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So much pride happened re baba
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So much pride happened re baba

The venue is of historical significance as here's where the Quit India Movement started 75 years ago DNA, 2 months ago

Why are so many Indians turning to kinesiology for better health?

Kinesiology, which can best be described as the science of movement, is complex yet holistic. T E Narasimhan examines the art and the science of it. Tennis player Novak Djokovic was diagnosed with gluten intolerance using applied kinesiology.Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images.   For the past two years, R Dinesh, managing director of TVS Logistics, has been a committed enthusiast of Kinesiology. It started with a friend suggesting that he try out Kinesiology to deal with a ...
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Mallika Sherawat to promote veganism in India

We rarely see Mallika Sherawat on the big screen but the actress keeps herself in news, courtesy the many social causes she likes to extend support to. From women empowerment to education the actress has vouched her opinion and has been quite vocal about her ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 week ago
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Lifter Gururaja claims a silver, opens India's CWG medal account

Weightlifter P Gururaja opened Indias medal account on the first competition day of the 21st Commonwealth Games, claiming a silver in the mens 56kg category here today. The 25-year-old Gururaja, making his CWG debut, equalled his personal best of 249kg ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago PHOTOS: Lifter Gururaja wins India's first medal at CWG 2018  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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How fatherhood has changed Force India's Perez

IMAGE: New dad Sergio Perez is starting his fifth year at Vijay Mallya's Force India. Photograph: Sergio Perez/Instagram Fatherhood has changed Sergio Perez's life since the end of last season and the Mexican hopes the coming year in Formula One could be just as transformative on the track. The 28-year-old, known as 'Checo', is starting his fifth year at Force India, the privately-run Vijay Mallya's team that has been fourth in the constructors' championship for the last two campaigns and ...
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Sebi is doing a rethink on its trading plans and may even scrap them

The Securities and Exchange Board India (Sebi) is doing a rethink on its trading plans that were introduced under the Sebi (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015. One of the options being considered is to scrap the plans altogether. The concept ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Sebi having second thoughts over its trading plans  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Glenn McGrath reveals who he thinks will be India's next leading fast-bowler

Australian fast bowling great Glenn McGrath is highly impressed with Indian pacers' performance during the Test series in South Africa and backed them to maintain the momentum in the upcoming tours of England and Australia. Indian pacers bowled their heart ...
 DNA1 month ago

The Pashtun Awakening

New Delhi [India], Mar 5 (ANI): The January 2018 murder of a young Pashtun shopkeeper, Naqeebullah Mehsud, in Karachi who aspired to be a fashion model may not have been the spark that lit the flame for a Pashtun Spring but it has certainly set the stage for ...
 Sify1 month ago

Ahmedabad: From India's 1st heritage city to emerging smart city

Before coming to Ahmedabad and serving as the Municipal Commissioner, whenever I come across the word Ahmedabad – I was reminded of Sabarmati Ashram along Sabarmati river where father of nation Mahatma Gandhi started the journey of India's freedom ...
 DNA1 month ago
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'Shami's run-up a problem, Bumrah needs to play county'

'Shami is a good bowler but sometimes I feel he is a bit laidback' 'Indian board has to tell Bumrah that forego a month's IPL and play county cricket' IMAGE: Wasim Akram dissected the current Indian bowling attack. Photograph: BCCI Pakistan pace legend Wasim Akram is quite impressed with Indian fast bowlers and feels they can be lethal in this year's tour of England if Mohammed Shami corrects a run-up flaw and Jasprit Bumrah devotes some time to county cricket.   One of the greatest fast ...
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