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Power Minister tells Rediff: '24/7 power in every home by 2019'

  'This country has become cynical, the country has lost hope. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is getting back hope in this country.' 'We are deconstructing the past which had corruption, inefficiency, policy paralysis, a tottering economy where investors had lost confidence, and people had become cynical. We are changing that, we are bringing confidence back to the people of India.' Union Coal Minister Piyush Goyal's candid interview with Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com Preview: E-auction of coal ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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What does your sun sign say?

Karan Berry and Leon Vaz's collection drew inspiration from astrology. Photographs courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week And they got Riya Sen to close their show for good measure! :-) Karan Berry and Leo Vaz believe in stars. Or so we would like to think. Why else would astrology be the inspiration for their latest line, right? The movement of celestial objects, it would seem, doesn't just have influence on people but in the case of Karan and Leo, on their creative juices too. Karan and Leo aimed ...
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The king who made his own calendar

Wajid Ali Shah, the last Nawab of Awadh, was not just a poet, playwright, dancer and patron of the arts, says Payal Mohanka. He was a royal who hand-created his personal calendar. Wajid Ali Shah, the last ruler of Awadh.Image: Courtesy Wikimedia Commons Kolkata’s famed Victoria Memorial Hall’s innovative stroke is paying off. A year-and-a-half ago, it introduced a new concept titled ‘Object of the Month’. This series began with the display of two original sketches by ...
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'When someone's a part of your journey, his problem is yours'

He tapped his knee; the turmoil was penetrating through his body. Don’t do it! The voice rang through his head. Robert fidgeted in his seat, his eyes fixating on the next aircraft. "You okay, Captain?" Tom picked up on his edginess. Robert stared on ahead, silent. What did he expect Robert to say? ‘No, I’m not okay! I am going to commit suicide in a few hours!’   Priya Kumar's latest book I Will Go With You: The Flight of a Lifetime is a ...
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'Modi is never ever prepared to consider failure as an option'

'He is an extraordinarily focused, determined, full-time politician, who from the moment he wakes up to the moment that he goes to sleep is looking at the job in hand.' 'Modi will strain every sinew to deliver. He'll do everything in his power to deliver. He's set himself a very high bar for success because he's raised expectations during the election campaign to a very high level.' The concluding segment of Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com's interview with journalist and author Lance Price, whose book ...
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Aryabhatta knew about gravity before Newton: Ex-ISRO chief

One of country's leading scientists and former Indian Science and Research Organisation chairman G Madhavan Nair propounded the theory that some shlokas in the Vedas mentioned about the presence of water on the moon and astronomy experts like Aryabhatta knew about gravitational force much before Issac Newton.The 71-year-old Padma Vibhushan awardee said the Indian Vedas and ancient scriptures also had information on metallurgy, algebra, astronomy, maths, architecture and astrology way ...
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A peek into the flashy lifestyles of India's richest businessmen

Indian billionaires do not believe in sitting on their wealth. They'd rather go out and a buy a plane or two, or an expensive car, or maybe a horse. Here's a look at the lifestyles and interests of the rich and famous...  In the saddleNaveen Jindal  Image: Naveen Jindal got his first horse when he turned six. Photograph, courtesy: Naveen Jindal/Facebook     Industrialist-politician Naveen Jindal got his first horse when he turned six. It was a birthday present from his ...
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Chinese New Year predictions for you!

On the occasion of Chinese New Year, we bring you a look at what 2015, the Year of the Sheep has in store for you! Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The New Year according to the Chinese zodiac will fall on February 19 this year -- the Year of the Sheep. Based on the cycle of the moon, the date changes every year and each year is identified with one of 12 animals to express zodiacal time. The choice of these animals is based on a tale from Chinese mythology that has been ...
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