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The paradox of universal inclusion :: M Sadagopan

The paradox of universal inclusion :: M Sadagopan E Pao!, 12 hours ago

Man cheated to tune of Rs.2 crore

Police registered a case and are looking for one person, Sadagopan who had allegedly cheated a real estate owner to the tune of more than Rs.2 crore. According to police Krishna Raj (78) of Iyyanaarkoil street, Thilaspet here, was a real estate ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago

Vulnerable sections require more attention

Frequent accidents are reported from certain sections of the western and northern suburban railway lines. T. Sadagopan, activist from Pattabhiram, said the section between Avadi and Thiruninravur was ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Student seeks extra time only to learn he is lame

M. Sadagopan Ramesh, a Tenth Standard student who had congenital thumb deformity in both hands, approached the school whether he could be given extra time in the public examinations only to find that he had been declared handicapped in leg in the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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When Anil Kumble took all 10 wickets to rewrite cricket history

Prev Next By A Correspondent | Posted 07-Feb-2016 On February 7th in 1999, India's legendary leg-spinner Anil Kumble became just the second player to take all 10 wickets in a Test innings and in the process wrote his name into the annals of ...
 Mid Day39 minutes ago

Power woes: Avadi residents sweat it out

Work on sub-station is yet to take off despite availability of land measuring over 6,000 sq. feet Several hundred families in Avadi and Pattabhiram and villages around them have been suffering due to erratic power supply, unscheduled disruption ...
 The Hindu14 hours ago
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Prenuptials likely to be made mandatory in India

Experts say it could make divorces amicable and help reduce court cases, reports Tinesh Bhasin  Prenuptial agreements in India might not be legally tenable but, increasingly, families are going for these contracts which state the assets of the bride and groom, and the compensation the woman will receive if the marriage turns sour and the couple legally part ways. “Families are opting for prenuptial agreements to see the intentions of the parties involved, even though the contract is ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Prenuptial agreements likely to be mandatory  Business Standard India3 days ago

Take a loan to get a loan without hiccups

Your social media posts on in which resta­urant you had your dinner, which international destinations you holidayed and how much you spent on those vacations may become part of data that banks scrutinise before giving you a loan. In some of the evolved ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago

Overcharged? Complain through app

CHENNAI: Consumers can soon file complaints against errant traders through a mobile phone application. Officials in the state's legal metrology department, which falls under the labour department, said they will launch a mobile phone application and ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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Worried about market suffering like in 2008? Here's what you should do

It has been bad news for equity investors all around. The recent stock market events have wiped out returns that investors made the past 18 months. Famous international investors such as George Soros and Jim Rogers are predicting an economic crisis ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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