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#RIPKalam: India will miss you, sir
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#RIPKalam: India will miss you, sir

Photograph: Reuters Following Bharat Ratna APJ Abdul Kalam’s death, Twitter was flooded with tributes to the late president. Here are some of these tweets: President of India ‏@RashtrapatiBhvn: The passing away of former President of India, Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam is a deep personal loss for me #PresidentMukherjee Narendra Modi@narendramodi:India mourns the loss of a great scientist, a wonderful President & above all an inspiring individual. RIP Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Arun ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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What makes these 10 companies the best to work for in India

Image: RMSI is India’s best company to work for. Photograph, courtesy: RMSI     Companies come in all kinds. There are some who keep a hawkish eye over its employees, banning even the use of mobile phones in office, and there are others who mandate on somberly silence and colonial formalities in the office.  But at the other end of the spectrum there are establishments, which allow employees to work from home and believe in a schedule which is more result-oriented than ...
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Mughal-E-Azam, Border, Asoka: Bollywood's EPIC battles? VOTE!

War is as grand and consummate as love in Bollywood.In Indian cinema’s larger-than-life outlook, not only love but war too is depicted on a grand, exciting scale. Be it the battles fought between rivaling kingdoms, across the border or plain medieval fiction, the emphasis is on drama, thrills and opulence. S S Rajamouli’s hugely anticipated and expensive two-part epic fantasy Bahubali, the first installment of which released last Friday in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam across ...
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Zimbabwe tour: India’s bench strength to be tested from today

Harare: India’s bench strength will be tested when a second string team takes on Zimbabwe in a three-match One-day series beginning here today with the youngsters as well as a few seniors hoping to capitalise on the opportunity.It is India’s first ...
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Surinder Kapur, the star of India's auto parts industry

Surinder Kapur’s relentless pursuit of quality made Kapur a highly efficient manufacturer of automobile components, notes Bhupesh Bhandari. Image: Surinder Kapur was the biggest proponent of Japanese manufacturing practices in India     Surinder Kapur died on June 30 in Munich after being ill for about a fortnight. He had sizeable business interests in Germany and had set up home in Munich. In the last few years, he would spend more and more of his time there.  He was ...
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Now get an auto loan from HDFC Bank in just 30 mins!

India’s second largest private sector lender HDFC Bank on Monday launched '30-min auto' and '15-min 2-wheeler' loan schemes, for which customers have to provide only their biometric details. "The 30-minute auto loan is available for HDFC Bank customers, as well as others. With this technology-enabled solution, loans for two-wheelers can also be approved within 15 minutes," the Bank said. Any person willing to avail a loan can walk into an auto dealership or any other touch points of ...
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Bangalore neighbourhood's toxic air threatens India's future

Once called India’s garden city, this upper middle-class residential area in Bangalore has India’s most toxic air, says Devanik Saha, IndiaSpend.com. On the day this story was written, April 10, 2015, the area with India’s most toxic air - among 10 cities where a new National Air Quality Index functions - was south Bangalore’s BTM Layout, a booming residential area dotted with restaurants and located conveniently near office towers and a web of highways. There ...
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Five amazing stories from hinterland to win your hearts

Hiware Bazar (Maharashtra): The richest village in India Hiware Bazar is a Maharashtra village which fought with its destiny and came out winning with flying colours. The village was hit by a severe drought in 1972 after which villagers started to move out ...
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How GM India sped away from Halol, unrest, and standstill

The temporary worker, in his late 40s, stands at the factory gate of General Motors India's Halol unit. He holds a steel lunch box and sports a helpless look. He pours his heart out on his current predicament, but refuses to share his name. Such is the fear of losing his job early at this ill-fated plant, which the auto major plans to shut down by June next year. Around 1,100 workers are said to be working at Halol, out of them 500-600 are contractual workers, who get paid a minimum wage of Rs ...
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'Missing' Olympian wants to return, fight and train Indian boxers

'After missing out on a medal at the Olympics I was really frustrated' 'Coming to the United States was not a good idea. I was not appreciated' 'I want to pay back to my country' Gurcharan Singh tells Laxmi Negi/Rediff.com why he deserted the Indian team and the reason for wanting to return to the country after 15 years.   Heard of the Indian Olympic boxer who performed the vanishing act? The light-heavyweight armyman was India’s brightest hope at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and ...
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