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Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma apologises for his 'cancer is divine justice' comment
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Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma apologises for his '...

After much uproar over Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma's comment about cancer being divine justice, the BJP leader has now issued a public apology. He said that his statement was taken out of context but if it had caused anxiety to someone, he ... DNA, 1 month ago

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18 years of struggle. Now he has charmed India

'I would count my rotis and eat.''I broke my sister and brother's insurance policies.''Whatever savings I had got over.''I was struggling for work.''I used to struggle for Rs 500, Rs 1,000.' IMAGE: Vineet and Zoya Hussain in Mukkabaaz. Vineet Kumar Singh let go of a secure, well-paying job of a doctor -- he has an MD in Ayurveda -- to chase his dream of becoming an actor. Of course, that's an uphill task, and Vineet went through 14 years of struggle. He did bit roles in Hindi films, a Bhojpuri ...
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The flaming smile of floating water lilies

Familiarity often veils our perception of things, events and beings that are mysterious and wonderful. How wonderful are stars that twinkle in the sky and delight children who are not yet familiar with the world? And what about the play of colours! We may ...
 DNA4 weeks ago
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Bollywood's BEST Songs of 2017

Sukanya Verma lists her top 15 songs of the year. At the risk of sounding like one of those perennially discontent oldies frowning upon all things new, I will admit that the Hindi film music scene is not what it used to be. There was a time when even the most banal Bollywood movie boasted of catchy compositions. Nowadays, it's mainly about excessively digital sounds or remixing classics. Given the scenario, 2017 was surprisingly decent. Songs of soul, sensitivity and spunk popped up more ...
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More male stars on the classical dance firmament

The modern-day world has started accepting male classical dancers but it has never been easy journey for men in a field where women dominated for ages. Again, somewhere the social stigma of effeminacy in men, which accompanied ridicule and mocking, held back ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

What you think is what you are

Most ancient philosophers alluded to intuition as being the ticket for direct access. The big question also remained constant: intuition for what? Was it intuition for obvious, or intangible, objects, numbers, appearances, or their elemental properties — ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Life is a dance of light and shadow

For Long it was believed that the lunar phases were central to the moon, not the sun. It was Parmenides, the pre-Socratic Greek philosopher and founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy, who first broached upon the possibility of the moon appropriating, or ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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The simple superstar standing in solidarity with refugees

While Indian cringe pop is now the sole fiefdom of Dhinchak Pooja, the genre's first bonafide star was Wilbur Sargunaraj. However, while Dhinchak Pooja seems more than content to revel in her musical mediocrity, Wilbur has used the platform to become a ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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The Dalit priest who made history

'When I applied for the job of santhi, I applied as a person who was eligible.' 'When I joined the temple at the age of 21, it was because I got the 4th rank in the list.' 'Now, everybody is talking only about my caste. I am above all that; it doesn't matter to me and to the people with whom I am associated with.' On October 10, 2017, when 21-year-old Yadhu Krishna, a Dalit santhi entered the sanctum sanctorum of the Manappuram Mahadeva temple near Tiruvalla in south Kerala as the melsanthi ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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