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Govind Namdev gifts umbrellas, raincoats to beggars in Mumbai

Actor Govind Namdev, who has been a part of the Indian entertainment industry for over two decades, has gifted food, umbrellas and raincoats to beggars on the Mumbai streets after the city was flooded due to heavy rain.On Tuesday, entire Mumbai received heavy ... Prokerala, 3 weeks ago

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This Chinese “Umbrella Raincoat” Is the Latest in Rainwear Innovation

The raincoat and the umbrella have been the staples of rainwear for decades, probably even centuries, but Chinese designers are attempting to challenge that with a bizarre new product currently called an “umbrella raincoat”.As the name suggests, ...
 Oddity Central2 months ago
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Why is India rejecting the Rohingyas?

'As a great democracy, we must be responsible and uphold the rights of those who come to us seeking shelter.' 'Everything in the Hindu faith tells us that this is obligatory on us,' says Aakar Patel. You can travel as an Indian tourist across all of Italy -- Rome, Venice, Milan, Bologna -- knowing to speak only a little bit of one language. I am not referring to Italian, but Bengali. The country is full of Bangladeshis immigrants, all of whom are a particular type. They are male, they are ...
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GST Council to form panel to oversee technical glitches in filing returns

Hyderabad : In view of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) filing portal encountering increasing technical glitches, the Council has decided to set up a five-member ministerial panel to oversee its functioning and smoothen the process, Finance Minister Arun ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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30 items of mass consumption to cost less, GST cess to go up on SUVs, large cars

Hyderabad : The GST rates on 30 items of mass consumption were slashed on Saturday while the cess on mid and high-segment cars went up by 2 to 7 per cent as the GST Council formed a five-member Committee to sort out technical glitches faced on the ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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This monsoon, arm yourself with dengue protection cover

The seasonal monsoon rains bring a sigh of relief after the blazing, summer sun. It also brings us good memories, like getting drenched in the rains, a sip on that quintessential cup of tea, smiles and laughter. However, monsoon rains also does bring in a ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Life saving tips for solo travellers this monsoon

Sometimes the best travel companion you can have is yourself. If you are a person who does not like following fixed itineraries, hate clicking selfies, love to sample local cuisines and enjoy backpacking, then travelling solo can be a rewarding experience for ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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GST brings good news to your kitchen

Dosa batter, custard powder, kitchen lighter may become cheaper under GST. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com A number of daily use products ranging from idli/dosa batter to kitchen gas lighter may cost less as the GST Council is considering lowering rates on these items. Tax rates on over two dozen products are being sought to be lowered by the GST Council after anomalies in their fixations were pointed out, official sources said. To deal with businesses that are deregistering their brands ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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#Not In My Name: They came for the India they loved!

The Preamble to the Constitution of India defines the country as a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic. Over the last few months, this definition has been under attack as self-appointed gau rakshaks attacked, and sometimes lynched, people they suspected had beef in their possession. When a 17-year-old boy was stabbed to death on a train because an argument over seats turned ugly, and because he belonged to a certain religion, the country rose in protest. #Not In My Name, said ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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How to trek light and safe this monsoon

These basic tips and hacks can make your monsoon trek experience more comfortable and effortless. Trekking is an activity most of us enjoy during the monsoon. But trekking isn't just about reaching your summit, perfect view or destination. It's also about your journey. Your trek will be a memorable experience only if you've done all your homework beforehand. Knowing basic tips and hacks can make your monsoon trek experience more comfortable and effortless, so you can enjoy the journey and the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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