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Mandatory hallmarking of gold jewellery soon
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Mandatory hallmarking of gold jewellery soon

Measure to be implemented in metros first, followed by state capitals, district HQs and rest of country Mandatory hallmarking of gold jewellery will become a reality any time during the next quarter, that is, from financial year 2018-19, if the government decides to go ahead with it.   The Bureau of Indian Standard has submitted rules under the amended BIS Act enacted two years ago, to the law ministry, which is understood to have cleared them. The matter now lies with Ministry of ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Books: Netflix's shuddh desi inspiration

The digital entertainer has found a treasure trove in books by Indian authors. Saif Ali Khan in Sacred Games.Netflix's first original series in India is based on Vikram Chandra's novel of the same name.Photograph: Courtesy Netflix.   Netflix Inc recently released the first look of Sacred Games, it's first original series in India. It also announced three new Indian original series, raising the number of original productions out of India so far to seven shows. 'We are proud to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The Other Montgomery Girl

FOR A FIRST-TIME author, Lucy Maud Montgomery seemed to have a charmed career. At age 34, out of a relationship that her family disapproved of, and living with her widowed grandmother, she published a book about a little orphan girl with red hair called Anne.
 Open Magazine2 months ago

Gold recovers, silver rules stable

Gold recovered marginally at the bullion market here today on mild demand from stockists and retailers even as the metal weakened overseas.Silver, however, held steady at Rs 40,160 per kg on scattered buying by consuming industries.Standard gold (99.5 purity) ...
 Business Standard6 days ago Gold, silver rebound on mild demand  Business Standard1 month ago

Call Of The Mountains

Deepa Gahlot It’s a pity that some very beautiful films made in other regions of India are not seen outside of the film festival circuit. Praveen Morchhale’s Walking With The Wind is a feast for the eye and the soul. It has been to international ...
 The Financial Chronicle6 days ago

UK alleges Russia spied Skirpals for at least 5 years

[UK], April 13 (ANI): Britain has alleged that Russia has indulged in the espionage of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia for at least five years. In a letter written to Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Britain's National Security ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Sridevi, Vinod Khanna honoured at National Awards

Bollywood makes way for regional cinema at the National Awards. IMAGE: Sridevi in Mom. Doffing its hat to mainstream stars Vinod Khanna and Sridevi, the 65th National Film Awards recognised their contribution to the Indian cinema by honouring them posthumously with the Dadasaheb Phalke and Best Actress awards respectively. Announcing Sridevi's name, feature film jury head Shekhar Kapur -- who directed her in the iconic Mr India -- said the actor was the most deserving candidate.  Sridevi, ...
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Review: October is a wonder

'October is the month when the sweet-smelling flower, known as parijat, shiuli, harsingar, night jasmine or prajakta, enters bloom.''But the lesson of love and loss in Shoojit Sircar's poignant drama is likely to linger all year long,' says Sukanya Verma. We live in the times of apathy and desolation. We rage and recover. We mourn and move on. It is the age of instant gratification and short-lived woe. Shoojit Sircar's October speaks to a thick-skinned audience with life-affirming simplicity.
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A Million Multiplicities

AT 86, ROMILA Thapar is one of our most magisterial historians, and each collection of essays that she has published in recent years bears witness both to the depth of her engagement with ancient and medieval India, and the intensity of her preoccupation with ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
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Why I am a Hindu book review: Shashi Tharoor takes on political Hindutva with his personal Hinduism

Hinduism has been debated over and defined innumerable times by an array of theologians, sages, kings and philosophers. Going by the records of interpretations of Hinduism, it would be difficult to point out one particular way or ritual that could be defined ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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