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Vinod Mehta: The man who had editorial chemistry
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Prominent journalist Vinod Mehta dies at 73

NEW DELHI : Vinod Mehta, founding editor of India’s Outlook magazine and a fearless and irreverent commentator on Indian politics, died today. He was 73. Mehta died of multiple organ failure at New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences, ... Himalayan times, 2 weeks ago

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What went wrong with India Inc in Q3

Image: India Inc saw tepid growth in Q3 FY15. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters India Inc’s earnings have disappointed again: Its annual profit growth in the three-month period ended December 2014 has been the worst in five quarters, with the aggregate net profit of 2,941 companies declining 16.9 per cent. Even after adjusting for one-offs (extraordinary transactions), it has been 6.3 per cent lower than a year ago.   That is not all. These companies’ sales growth has been ...
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Indian stocks among the world's most expensive

HUL, UltraTech Cement, Asian Paints, L&T and HDFC Bank top global valuation charts India is not the world’s fastest-growing economy but its top firms are the most expensive globally, going by their stock prices. And, that has made India’s stock market the most expensive after Japan’s Nikkei. From Hindustan Unilever in the consumer goods space to UltraTech Cement and Asian Paints and HDFC Bank, most of India’s top firms’ stocks, by key valuation metrics, are now ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'He was god-like to see': Friends mourn loss of Kathak maestro Chitresh Das

‘He was a legend, he changed kathak and brought it to a whole different level.’ ‘He held very high standards and his energy was beyond imagination. He was god-like to see; he expressed such positive vibes.’ Amid dance and music, friends and family mourned the loss of Kathak maestro Pandit Chitresh Das, who passed away on January 4 of a heart ailment. Touching tributes were made for the great dancer. Ritu Jha/Rediff.com reports. Celine Schein Das, wife of Pandit ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Biopics starring Kangna, Sonakshi, Sonam in offing

Kangna Ranaut is slated to play a mountaineer in Hansal Mehta's upcoming biopic. Buzz is that it is the story of Arunima Sinha, the girl from Uttar Pradesh, who lost her leg when she was thrown from a moving train and became the first female amputee ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Harjeet advocates women's rights

KATHMANDU: Harjeet — a play adapted from Bhawani Bhikshu’s short story of the same name and directed by Roshan Kumar Mehta, was last staged at Shilpee Theatre, Battisputali on February 23. Shedding light on the issue of violence against women, the ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
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RATE Bollywood's Gay Portrayals!

How well did these actors play homosexuals? RATE THEM! Homosexuality is still a taboo in India. And Section 377 of the IPC isn’t helping either. Very few films broach the subject with intelligence or sensitivity. Still fewer bother at all. With most major stars reluctant to play gay, even pretending to be one, like Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham in Dostana, is considered a bold move. When not at the receiving end of ridicule or phobia (Kal Ho Naa Ho, Bol Bachchan, Humshakals), ...
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Subrata Roy's saviour firm had capital of Rs 1 lakh, director in a chawl

Despite burning its fingers in Mirach Capital, the Sahara group seems to have picked a controversial group for its ‘last and final’ chance to save itself from receivership. A receivership is essentially a corporate bankruptcy in which a court appoints a person or entity to run the company. Corporate and court records in India and Hong Kong showed Karan Ajit Judge and his firms had a chequered past. They are expected to play a key role in raising thousands of crores to bail out ...
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Prem Panicker: India vs Australia semi-final really too close to call!

India's players warm up during a practice session in Sydney. Photograph: Solaris Images The best four teams in World Cup 2015 are ready to face-off for the cricketing world’s top honours. Which of them will meet in the final on March 29 at the MCG? Will it be defending champions India, who steamrolled every team on the way to a well-deserved shot at the trophy?  Or will the all-weather favourites Australia, who blew away a resurgent Pakistan in the quarter-finals, stop India in its ...
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Terror strike on Army camp in Samba, 2 terrorists killed

Terrorists struck again for the second time in as many days when two of them opened fire at an army camp on Jammu-Pathankot Highway in Samba district on Saturday and were killed in the counter attack. The militants opened fired and lobbed grenades at an army camp in Meshwara area of Samba around 5:50 am, security officials said. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Delhi that two terrorists have been killed in the operation. A civilian, who was passing by the area, fell off his cycle ...
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