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Modi as PM: What his horoscope says
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Jayalalithaa in PM race too, say Tamil astrologers

Astrologers in Tamil Nadu have put BJP's Narendra Modi at the top of the list of candidates for India's next prime minister, but also said that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa too is a contender.On Friday, 39 members of the Lok Sabha will get elected from Tamil Nadu, while the remaining 806 candidates who had contested in the state will face disappointment.Of the 55 million voters in the state, around 73 percent exercised their democratic right. Fifty five women and one transgender ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Eminently funny historians

All those of us who care about books should welcome the appointment, as head of the Indian Council of Historical Research, of Yellapragada Sudarshan Rao. This is not because Rao has so far distinguished himself as a writer about “history and tourism management”, which is the department of Kakatiya University in Warangal he headed before retiring to head an Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-backed project to “write history from a nationalist perspective and popularise ...
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Vidya Balan: I would like to spy on Narendra Modi

'I'm not a big fan of detective stories. I guess that is why I liked the story of Bobby Jasoos. Detective films are exciting and thrilling but ours is a simple aspirational story.' Vidya Balan talks about her latest film. Vidya Balan is perhaps the only actress in Bollywood, who doesn't care to be in a film starring the Khans. For her, the most important cast member is... well, herself! Vidya's next film Bobby Jasoos sees her play a detective, who loves to put on baffling disguises. From ...
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Rani: When I admit my children to school, I will change my name

'Once you marry a man, you get a lot of power in the household. But apart from that, I can’t say anything. I have power in the kitchen.' Rani Mukerji discusses marriage and Mardaani.When Rani Mukerji met the media for the first time after her wedding to Aditya Chopra, she distributed moti choor ladoos to share her happiness, promising to double the sweets when she got pregnant. The actress was attending the trailer launch of her new film Mardaani at the Yash Raj Studio in Andheri, a ...
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Transfer tales from North Block

Secretary Rajiv Takru's abrupt transfer from revenue to north-eastern affairs has set tongues wagging in the corridors of power. The buzz is particularly strong that the transfer came because he was perceived by the new government as being close to Ahmed Patel, Sonia Gandhi's political secretary. Prime Minister Narendra Modi too wasn't particularly happy about Takru, given the latter's stint in Gujarat, it is said. But the real reason for Takru's transfer, say sources, was that the government ...
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Review: Bangalore Days is a highly recommended watch

Malayalam film Bangalore Days boasts of fine performances, says Paresh C Palicha.Bangalore Days, written and directed by Anjali Menon, stars many young stars of Malayalam cinema. But, surprisingly, the story is not a romantic one in the conventional sense. It's about three cousins in their twenties, who dream of taking off for Bangalore and having a blast when they grow up. Krishnan aka Kuttan (Nivin Pauly), Arjun aka Aju (Dulquer Salmaan) and Divya (Nazriya Nazim) realise their childhood dream ...
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7 popular lies insurance agents tell you

Anything goes when agents sell insurance policies to you. Even lies. Check out which lie did you fall prey to? :-) We are in an era where we have to lie to make our living. In fact, these things have just become a part of our lives. We see nothing wrong in the tons of lies we speak out. If all of us can lie, then why not insurance agents? Let me tell you, this is not to target them. They are duty bound and work under tremendous pressure from their bosses to meet targets. It's the insurance ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Why Modi may not be sworn in on May 21

Wednesday, May 21, was the day chosen by prime minister-elect Narendra Modi for his swearing-in ceremony outside the Rashtrapati Bhavan forecourt, the date having been arrived at as per astrological alignment and after checking Modi's horoscope. But now there could be a hitch, it seems. May 21 was when former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by Tamil Tigers in Sriperumbudur in 1991. Congress leaders are believed to have informally hinted at this to the new dispensation, and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Narayanasamy dismisses exit poll projections

Dismissing exit poll projections Union Minister V Narayanasamy today claimed that UPA will form the government at the Centre under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi."The UPA will form the government third time, under Rahul Gandhi, I believe..", Narayanasamy said after offering prayers at the Sri Chakrapanisamy temple in Kumbakonam. Exit poll projections were proved wrong in 2004 and 2009, he said. However, he added he was not an astrologer to predict the outcome of the elections. ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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