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Yeoman service

Ever since India was ruled by Kings, there has been history of charity and voluntary social work. After independence, the government being a welfare establishment took up the responsibility to provide a social umbrella to ‘have nots’ of the ... DNA, 1 month ago
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BCCI against Railways fielding employees' kids in U-19 team

'We have received complaints that Railways employees' kids are playing Under-19 Nationals. This was not the idea.' 'An institutional unit taking part in any BCCI tournament (age-group to senior level tournament) can only select employees.' IMAGE: Vidarbha’s Under-19 team after winning the Cooch Behar Trophy in January 2018. Photograph: BCCI The Board of Control for Cricket in India is all set to issue a diktat to Indian Railways, stating that only permanent employees will be allowed to ...
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PM Modi meets Indian diaspora in Sweden

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Indian diaspora outside a hotel in Sweden minutes after arriving in the country to embark on his two-day visit as part of the Indo-Nordic summit. They collectively appreciated the presence of the Prime Minister in Sweden ...
 Sify1 week ago Jordanian King arrives in India, PM Modi receives him  Sify1 month ago Jordanian King to start his three-day India visit today  Sify1 month ago Modi leaves for Palestine; likely to exchange MoUs  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Why Ram/Buddha, Tendulkar/Jayasuriya is hard to beat

If India follows smart cultural diplomacy in Sri Lanka, it has unmatched advantages over both China and Pakistan, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Part 1: A soldier returns to Sri Lanka IMAGE: An imposing statue of the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, one of Buddhism's most holy sites. Photograph: Archana Masih/Rediff.com'Buddhists Sinhalas are deeply religious and everyone has a desire to visit Bodh Gaya and Lumbini (Buddha's birth place) at least once,' says Colonel Athale. The situation in ...
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Will you send your son to a govt school, kids ask Yaduveer

Would you enrol your son Aadhyaveer Narasimharaja Wadiyar at a government school or send him to a private institution? Why have you not come with your army? These were among several inquisitive questions posed to the scion of Mysurus erstwhile royal family, ...
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How the Supreme Court became 'lions under the throne'

The Supreme Court of India became 'lions under the throne' when Jawaharlal Nehru brought in the Fourth Amendment in 1955, says T C A Srinivasa Raghavan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Judges have been making news for centuries, for good, bad, right and wrong reasons. They wield enormous power because they decide what is ok and what is not in what governments do. In that sense they are the real bosses of any country. The first book I read about a judge was in the late 1960s. It was ...
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India, Oman to cooperate in education, tourism sectors

[Oman], Feb 12 (ANI): India and Oman on Monday agreed to cooperate in the tourism and educational sectors. Both countries agreed to expand the cultural cooperation, including through regular exchange of cultural troupes and holding of cultural festivals. The ...
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Harish Kapadia: India's Greatest Mountaineer

Harish Kapadia is the only Indian to win mountaineering's most prestigious award, reports Sadiya Upade.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Early in November Harish Kapadia was conferred the Piolets d'Or Asia Lifetime Achievement Award from the Union of Asian Alpine Associations, which hands out the 'Oscars of climbing'. How did he celebrate? By climbing another mountain, of course. This time, he and his group headed out to explore Incheon in South Korea. "It was just a day-long trek," ...
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Lessons from India's 'brightest investment minds'

'Indians are great savers, but they are lousy investors.'Excerpts from Anuj Shah's Brightest Investment Minds: Their Journeys, Their Insights. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com How many of you, by the time you are 17, get the chance to spend hours together and enlighten yourself with the likes of Raamdeo Agrawal, co-founder, Motilal Oswal Financial Services; Sankaran Naren, ED and CIO, ICICI Prudential Asset Management Company Ltd; Prashant Jain, ED and CIO, HDFC Asset Management Company ...
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US Inflation Data; Key Earnings Report; Lupin & Bharti Airtel among Other Top Stocks to Sway Markets Today

Posted by Equitymaster On Thursday, Indian share markets ended higher on Monday, taking cues from its Asian peers. The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 34,300, up 294 points while the broader Nifty index settled at 10,539, up 84 points. Gains were largely seen in ...
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