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Look who Priyanka Chopra's twinnig with in Malibu!
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Look who Priyanka Chopra's twinnig with in Malibu!

Priyanka Chopra is surely giving the perfect vacay goal, when the nation is enjoying a long weekend. PeeCee, who is currently in the United States for the shoot of her second Hollywood flick A Kid Like Jake, is enjoying her weekend at Malibu. The global icon ... DNA, 4 weeks ago

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PM's nudge spurs on Versova beach champs

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the world's largest community beach clean-up drive, spearheaded by lawyer Afroz Shah at Versova, during his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio programme on Sunday, the citizens' movement is set to step up a gear by taking the ...
 DNA1 month ago

Modi, Netanyahu witness pioneering water desalination tech

Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu today witnessed the demonstration of sea water purification technology pioneered by Israel at a water desalination unit on Olga Beach here. Both the leaders, dressed casually, ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Trump's golf clubs up for auction

A full set of iron golf clubs owned and used by United States President Donald Trump may fetch over $30,000 (Rs 19 lakh) when it goes under the hammer, according to an auction house. Each club features a ‘True Temper Dynamic Gold S300shaft’ with red-and-black ‘Golf Pride Dual Durometer’ grip, and the hosel of each club head is engraved, with the initials ‘D Trump’, according to the RR auction house in the US. The clubs were gifted to Trump’s personal ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Reviving the Glorious past

NORTH INDIA Neemrana Hotels: Fakirs of the Heritage World “Heritage,” says Aman Nath, founder and co-chairman of Neemrana Hotels loftily, “has to be handled as a 'custodian', not as an owner. That would be taking it at the most obvious level of Maya - ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Here's when Roger Federer will start his 2018 tennis season

Swiss great Roger Federer will use the Hopman Cup in Perth as preparation for the defence of his Australian Open title in 2018, mirroring his successful early season build-up this year. The 18-time Grand Slam champion made his long-awaited comeback after six ...
 DNA4 weeks ago Federer to start 2018 at Hopman Cup in Perth  catchnews.com4 weeks ago

Reaching out

When US president Donald Trump junked the Paris deal earlier this month, it appeared to be an all-hell-break-lose moment for Indo-US relations. These were bilateral ties, which found considerable traction under the previous Barack Obama dispensation. Things ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

In Pics| International Yoga Day 2017: From PM Modi to the masses, here's how India celebrated

Even as rain played a bit of a spoilsport in many places like Lucknow and Delhi, the nation gathered in large numbers at various parks and public places across the country today to mark the third International Day of Yoga brimming with excitement and energy.
 DNA1 month ago
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Xi Jinping's war on corruption angers China's leaders

The Chinese Communist Party's all important 19th Party Congress is just months away, and President Xi Jinping finds himself confronting unlikely challenges to his pre-eminent position, says former RA&W officer and China watcher Jayadeva Ranade. IMAGE: Chinese President Xi Jinping with former Chinese president Jiang Zemin at a military parade in Beijing, September 3, 2015. Photograph: Wang Zhao/ReutersForces opposed to Xi have gathered around Jiang, who despite being 90 is still apparently ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Going to the ICJ was a blunder

'There are thousand ways to pressure Pakistan to make it behave.''Going to the ICJ was the worst possible option,' says Colonel Anil A Athale. Any student of history knows the disaster India courted when then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru took the Kashmir issue to the United Nations. Seventy years after that event, we continue to suffer the consequences of that folly. Kashmir is the only secessionist movement that is on the UN agenda. The issues of Tibet, separatism on Mindanao island in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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