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Take a bow: Deepika is a true Indian Goddess!
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Take a bow: Deepika is a true Indian Goddess!

Take a look at how she ruled the runway at India Couture Week 2016. Holy moly! We just don't have words to express the beauty of these ensembles. Titled 'The Persian Story', ace couturier Manish Malhotra -- who opened the India Couture Week 2016 at Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi -- skillfully married craftsmanship and heritage in his latest bridal collection. His design narrative was inspired by the stunning architecture of Persia, blooming paradise of fauna and flora and fearless ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago

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Can Ashwin displace Pakistan's Yasir from the top?

- India will have to defeat the West Indies by a margin of 3-0 or better to stay at 112 points. Even a 3-1 or 2-0 win for India will see it slip to 110 points. IMAGE:Ravichandran Ashwin celebrates a wicket. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images Top-ranked Australia and second-ranked India will have to complete comprehensive wins in their upcoming away Test series against Sri Lanka and the West Indies respectively so as not to lose crucial points in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings.The ...
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ICICI Pru Life files for India's biggest IPO in six years

ICICI Pru Life is expected to be listed later this year. India's ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co Ltd has filed for an initial public offering of shares, which sources have said could raise about $745 million in the biggest local IPO in six years. Top Indian private sector lender ICICI Bank, which owns nearly 68 percent of the insurer, is selling up to 181.34 million shares in the IPO - the first ever for an Indian insurance company - according to a draft prospectus released on ...
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In India, private equity firms bet big on shopping malls

The rise of the mall in India, at a time when many in the United States are becoming debt-ridden white elephants. E-commerce in India has been booming and online giants like Amazon are spending big bucks on the world's fastest growing major economy.  Yet some investors are pouring money into retail mainstays of a bygone era – shopping malls. Private equity investors like Blackstone and Rothschild-backed Xander Group are looking for malls in India, betting that ...
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UK feared India-Pak nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiry

The United Kingdom feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001 and tried to "persuade and cajole" the two countries to pull back from a military confrontation, according to evidence presented to an inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war made public on Wednesday. The then UK foreign secretary Jack Straw made the revelations during his depositions before the Chilcot Inquiry, which declared today that the Iraq invasion in 2003 had been based on ...
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Facing off against China in Seoul, will India secure NSG membership?

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar rushed to Seoul ahead of the crucial plenary meet even as China said that India’s bid was not on the agenda. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Wednesday headed for Seoul ahead of the crucial Nuclear Suppliers Group Plenary from Thursday, where India is hoping to clinch membership, which is being strongly opposed by China and some other countries. Jaishankhar, who was closely monitoring the goings-on during the officials’ level meet of the 48-nation ...
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Vistara, AirAsia to boost their fleet size to 20 planes within a year

Vistara has a three-class configuration with business, premium economy and economy cabins. Vistara and AirAsia India, airline ventures of India's biggest conglomerate Tata Group, aim to boost their fleet sizes to 20 planes within a year and launch international services after the country overhauled aviation rules, two people familiar with their strategy said. The Indian government revised on Wednesday its so-called '5/20' policy, removing a restriction that domestic carriers have ...
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Rampaging India look to seal series win against listless Zimbabwe

IMAGE: MS Dhoni, the limited-overs captain of India, arrives during an India training session. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images. A resounding opening win setting the tone perfectly for them, the new-look Indian team will look to continue in the same vein and take another step towards a potential whitewash of Zimbabwe when the two sides clash in the second ODI in Harare. It was a clinical display by India as they outclassed Zimbabwe in all departments in a ...
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Obama backs India's NSG membership

Some takeaways from PM Modi and US President Brack Obama's joint statement:The US President expresses support to India's candidature for Nuclear Suppliers' Group membership, says it requires technologyUS-based Westinghouse to sign deal with Nuclear Power Corporation of India by June 2017 for six nuclear reactors in India India, US Export-Import Bank to work together toward a competitive financing package for nuclear ...
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Cancer drug prices highest in US, treatment expensive in India

The lowest drug prices were found in India and South Africa. But after calculating price as a percentage of wealth adjusted for the cost of living, cancer drugs appeared to be least affordable in India and China. Image: Cancer drugs appeared to be least affordable in India. Photographs: Vivek Prakash/Reuters     Americans pay the highest prices in the world for cancer drugs, but the treatments are least affordable in lower income countries, according to the ...
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