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'Shashi Kapoor gave his heart to every film'
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'Shashi Kapoor gave his heart to every film'

Aseem Chhabra, author of Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, the Star, pays rich tribute to the iconic actor. IMAGE: Shashi Kapoor with Felicity Kendal in The Householder. 'Last night I was woken up twice with messages from India that Shashi Kapoor had passed away. It's hard to describe how helpless one feels when you hear a terrible rumour like that, from more than one person. It's a horrible sense (forget about what it does to your sleep).'   'I was always a big fan, but having spent the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Serena Williams to marry Alexis Ohanian

Wedding bells are ringing for American Tennis star Serena Williams and mega-rich Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian as the power couple is all set to tie knot in an intimate ceremony in New Orleans, Louisiana on Thursday. According to the People Magazine, the ...
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'We are in kalyug where rakshasas rule'

'The forces of good are on the run.''But dark times also challenge people to fight.''I believe Indians will rise against these dark times.' Even as he was fighting against the deportation of Rohingya refugees in the Supreme Court came the announcement that Colin Gonsalves, founder of the Human Rights Law Network, had been named one of the four winners of this year's Right Livelihood Award, often described as the Alternative Nobel Prize. The distinguished lawyer spoke to Jyoti Punwani about his ...
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Aadhaar helped Indian govt save USD 9 bn: Nilekani

The Indian governments Aadhaar card scheme, which has enrolled more than 1 billion people, has helped the exchequer save about USD 9 billion by eliminating fraud in beneficiary lists, its architect Nandan Nilekani has said here. The system, launched by the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago India saved $9 bn through Aadhaar, says Nilekani in US  Rediff.com2 months ago
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'I think I am getting better'

'Ek Hasina Thi is the best movie of its kind. Similarly, Omkara and Hum Tum. But after that, what do you do?' 'You just flatten out and start doing some bad movies because they aren't making any (good movies). I mean, what has Vishal Bhardwaj made after Omkara that is comparable? What has Kunal Kohli made after Hum Tum that is comparable?' Saif Ali Khan hopes that his new film Chef impresses.   Photograph: Kind courtesy, Oxemberg suiting It's a ...
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Jobless? Here's how you can still make money

The question is, what kind of services can low skill people provide to high-skill people who increasingly spend more time in virtual worlds, thanks to ongoing wealth gains at the top? Ashish Sharma attempts an answer. At a recent interaction with students and faculty of the University of California in the US, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said joblessness was a serious problem confronting India. Thirty thousand youth join the job market every day, Gandhi said, but the government creates ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Trump proposal slashes taxes on businesses, the rich amid deficit worries

By David Morgan and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Wednesday proposed the biggest U.S. tax overhaul in three decades, offering to cut taxes for most Americans but prompting criticism that the plan favours the rich and companies ...
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Best Ramen in Tokyo

Bloomberg Around the world, people obsess about this seemingly simple dish. But nowhere is it taken more seriously than in and around Tokyo, the ramen epicenter of the universe. Japan is almost certainly not the place where ramen was born; experts say it ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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'You will see an epidemic of non-smoking lung diseases in India'

'Just like we have accepted that more Indians have hypertension and diabetes, lower lung capacity of Indians should not be construed as normal.' 'We will see an epidemic of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in India which is irreversible.''You will see that many of them are non-smokers while in the West, only smokers get COPD,' says Dr Anurag Agrawal.Photograph: PTI. Kindly note the image is published only for representational purposes. A study recently conducted by a team of scientists ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago How Australia can help reform higher education in India  catchnews.com1 week ago The top 5 challenges facing India's youth  Rediff.com1 week ago

Best Movies of 2017

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME (English) Luca Guadagnino’s simmering summer-time story of first love is easily the best film I watched this year, and I caught it all the way back in February at the Berlinale. Both visually sumptuous and deeply affecting, it traces ...
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