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PHOTOS: Most influential women in modern history
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PHOTOS: Most influential women in modern history

Many iconic women such as Marilyn Monroe and Mother Teresa have, and continue to, inspire a legion of fans in their respective fields – leaving behind an indelible and unique mark in history. We take a look at some of these remarkable women. MSN India, 2 months ago

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The best Will and Kate moments

Royal fans from around the world are counting down the days until the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child, due in April. Soon, photographers and video crews will head to the Lindo wing at St Mary’s Hospital in London for what has become known as the “Great Kate Wait.” As we wait for the newest Cambridge arrival, Getty Images photographer Chris Jackson presents some of his most favourite moments with the little royals.  When George meets ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Philatelist exhibits rare stamps of women achievers

The presence of women is felt in various facets of our lives. A rare exhibition of stamps, first-day covers and pictorial cancellations featuring women, organised by Dakshina Kannada Philatelic And Numismatic Association (DKPANA), at the Head Post Office in ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Venduruthy railway bridge built in British era sold for meagre price

Mattancherry: Venduruthy railway bridge, one of the historic monuments of Kochi, is going to be removed soon. The railways sold the bridge made of iron to a private company through auction, for a meagre price. The move to demolish the bridge without ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago
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Art exhibition showing portraits of eyes at IGNCA

Eyes are the windows to the soul. With this message as the main premise, an art exhibition showing portraits of eyes of famous personalities, including Mother Teresa, Rabindranath Tagore started at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) on ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Holy cows and loose cannons

As befits a country with 33 crore Gods, India has a corresponding pantheon of Holy Cows- both hallowed concepts and hoary individuals- of the religious and secular varieties. Let us talk of the latter since the former is a minefield you enter at your own ...
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'We don't have a Gandhi to free us'

When Meenakshi Arvind and Mookambika Rathinam took an epic car journey from Coimbatore to London, they encountered a world that was more good than bad.In the cry for freedom in a dark corner of the globe, they discovered that The Mahatma remained India's greatest icon.Meenakshi and Mookambika tell Rediff.com's Archana Masih about their incredible journey through 24 countries in 72 days. IMAGE: Chinese students commemorate Gandhi Jayanti in Shanghai. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Embassy of India ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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The perils of being a comedian in the Republic of India

Kunal Kamra opens up about the personal and professional repercussions of his politically charged comedy.   If you like politically incorrect jokes, you will probably know Kunal Kamra well. The standup comedian best known for his podcast Shut up ya, Kunal recently deleted his Twitter account when users criticised him for his earlier tweets poking fun on Muslims, Sikhs and Mother Teresa. According to OpIndia Kunal first deleted those 'offensive' tweets but later chose to delete his account ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Don't judge China with a fossilised mindset

'There is no Buddha or Gandhi among countries, existing for the service of others; they all exist for the good of themselves.''For each country, its own interests should be paramount, and it is futile and churlish to expect China to be an exception to this rule,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant and long-time China-watcher. People's Liberation Army soldiers at a drill in Beijing. Photograph: Peter Kujundzic/Reuters Ever since China rediscovered itself after the first few ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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