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With polls in mind, Cong councillors protest pension dues

Congress councillors led by Delhi unit chief of the party Ajay Maken today staged a sit-in at Civic Centre alleging non-payment of old age, disability and widow pensions by the BJP-ruled municipal corporations. Nearly two lakh people have been affected due to ... Business Standard, 4 days ago

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'People don't want to marry their daughters to boys in Western UP'

'Politics is about caste in Eastern UP and religion in Western UP.'Travelling on a UP government bus in Western Uttar Pradesh, Rediff.com's Archana Masih gets a sense of the fault lines in this election's most volatile region -- that can make or break the future of political parties in UP.Photographs: Seema Pant IMAGE: Passengers on a UP Roadways bus from Dehradun, Uttarakhand, to Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Without any broken windows or ripped seats, the on-and-off bumpy ride in a UP Roadways ...
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'I look very sexy in a pathani!'

'When you reach a stage where I have reached, you have to assume that people expect a lot more from you, perhaps more than what you can do. And then, you have to live by that.' 'If I have become a star with limited talent, I think of myself in these 25 years. I need to believe that people have given me so much, they expect some of it back.' Shah Rukh Khan gets reflective. A Shah Rukh Khan interview never happens on time. The 6 pm interview slot did not start before 10 pm. But the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Yoga may help treat chronic lower back pain

Practicing yoga may have health benefits for people with chronic lower back pain, according to a latest review of research conducted in India, the UK and the US. Lower back pain is a common health problem, and is usually treated with self-care and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Dancing with Zadie Smith

‘IN MY MIND, her struggles were over. She was a dancer: she’d found her tribe. I, meanwhile, was caught completely unawares by adolescence, still humming Gershwin songs at the back of the classroom as the friendship rings began to form and harden around ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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90% people in Kashmir want peace: Sri Sri

Spiritual guru and Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on Thursday said 90 per cent of the people in Kashmir want peace and asserted that a solution to the Kashmir problem can only come from Kashmiris. "Solution to Kashmir (issue) will only come from Kashmiris themselves. They have to bring out the solution themselves. We are creating this forum for such pragmatic thinking and progressive ideas to make the country stronger," he said after launch of South Asian Forum for Peace in Jammu.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

70 kms from Capital, Bagpat villagers wait for freedom to drink clean water

On the occasion of India's 70 th Independence Day, Catch asks the question: how free are the people of the country's hinterland, and what freedoms and facilities would they like to enjoy? To answer this question, we have chosen locations within approximately ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Meet the four people appointed by SC to clean up BCCI. They have an onerous task

Few would have envisaged a time when the formidable Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) would be overseen by a Committee of Administrators (CoA) appointed by the Supreme Court. In the past, the Board has been run by some titans of sports ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

He gave up life in America to save India's babies

Ratul Narain -- the entrepreneur behind Bempu -- tells Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier that despite the challenges and frustrations, he is living his dream. Ratul Narain was born and brought up in America. As a child he travelled the world. He studied at an Ivy League college like Stanford. He worked for an organisation like Johnson & Johnson. And he gave it all up to move to India and reduce infant mortality, especially in rural areas, by putting his skills as a biomechanical engineer with ...
 Rediff.com16 hours ago

To catch a falling star

Kaushik Sarkar, who works at a senior position with a leading global biopharmaceuticals company in the US, was vacationing at his parental place, when the news came in. Sarkar, a widely traveled man, always used to proudly identify his native place as one ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
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