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PM visits Statue of Unity site, boosts tribal museum
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PM visits Statue of Unity site, boosts tribal museum

Narendra Modi visited the Statue of Unity site on Sunday to review the construction. The statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is said to be the world’s tallest at 182m and is being built at Sadhu Bet, an island on the Narmada. Modi exuded confidence that ... DNA, 1 month ago

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US Open: Rojer makes political point in doubles triumph with Tecau

'I just wanted to have the conversation going and promoting again, just freedom and justice, liberty for everybody on gender issues, on racial issues which we deal a lot with in this country' IMAGE: Champions Jean-Julien Rojer of the Netherlands (left) and Horia Tecau of Romania hold up the trophy after defeating Spainish duo Feliciano Lopez and Marc Lopez. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters Jean-Julien Rojer of the Netherlands and Romanian Horia Tecau eased past Feliciano and Marc Lopez 6-4, 6-3 ...
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Statue of Martin Luther King Jr unveiled in his hometown

The daughter of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Stood beside her father's newly unveiled statue today, just a few blocks from where he grew up, handing out hugs and telling each well-wisher: "It's about time." The statue paying tribute to King made ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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A toast to Athens and democracy

Geetanjali Krishna approached her trip to Greece -- the cradle of democracy where the notions of equality, free speech and civic liberty first took shape -- as much as pilgrimage as a holiday. IMAGE: The Greek flag flutters above the statue of Plato outside the Athens Academy.In the 5th century BC, there wasn't one but hundreds of democracies among the city states dotting the shores of the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Plato apparently said they were 'like frogs around a pond'. Photograph: ...
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US Open men's doubles winners push equality

Dutchman Jean-Julien Rojer and Romania's Horia Tecau pressed for social justice and racial equality on Friday after winning the US Open men's doubles title for their second Grand Slam crown. The 12th-seeded duo defeated Spanish 11th seeds Feliciano Lopez and ...
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UK pays tributes to Diana on 20th death anniversary

Thousands of admirers of Princess Diana paid tributes with flowers, posters and images at the gates of Kensington Palace as the United Kingdom on Thursday marked the 20th death anniversary of the “people’s princess”. A peek into Diana's life IMAGE: Royalist Terry Hutt poses for a photograph as Tributes to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace. Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images Members of the public have been ...
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First look: Jennifer Lawrence's RED mag cover

The actor has graced Vogue's 125th anniversary edition with not one but four covers! Photograph: Jennifer Lawrence on Vogue's cover. Jennifer Lawrence makes a sartorial statement in red on Vogue's 125th anniversary edition. Dressed in a full-length scarlet gown, she is seen standing on a ship's deck on the cover, which has been shot by Annie Liebowitz.   An epitome of grace and beauty, the Oscar-winning actress can be seen at her best in the photos for the special ...
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Right to privacy verdict: What the judges said

The Supreme Court on Thursday declared right to privacy a Fundamental Right, a far-reaching verdict that could impact a range of life choices of Indians, including food habits and sexual orientation. Here’s what the individual judges said in the verdict. Justice A M Sapre: Right to privacy comes with birth, goes with death The right to privacy of an individual is a natural, cherished, inseparable and inalienable right which is born with a human being and extinguishes with it, Justice ...
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