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'Non-Indian' Manipur students denied entry into Taj Mahal
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'Non-Indian' Manipur students denied entry into Taj Mahal

Racism once again reared its ugly head when Central Industrial Security Force personnel stopped a group of Manipuri students at the Taj Mahal on the account of them looking ‘non-Indian’. According to a report in the Indian Express, the students -- who were from the Central Agricultural University in Imphal -- had gone to visit the monument as part of an all-India educational tour. However, they were allegedly stopped by the CISF personnel and asked to produce proof of their ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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An India-Israel reset is overdue

India-Israel relations are at a crossroads. Simply chanting old hackneyed mantras on terrorism, secularism, democracy, et al, won’t suffice. There is danger of stagnation setting in, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. Image: Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and his wife Nechama strike a pose at the Taj Mahal in Agra on November 16, 2016. Rivlin was on an eight-visit official visit to India. Photograph: PTI Photo. The eight-day visit by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, which concluded ...
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'Pakistan's nuclear plans directed at Indian incursion into Pakistan'

'If Indian armed forces entered Pakistan and succeeded in inflicting major damage on the Pakistani army and occupied territory in the Pakistani heartland, there is reason to think the Pakistani military would use some nuclear weapons against the incoming Indian forces to compel India to stop.' IMAGE: Soldiers search for terrorists in Lachipora in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, September 20, 2016. Photograph: Umar Ganie Testifying before the United States Senate Armed Services Committee Subcommittee ...
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In pictures | Global Citizen Festival in India: Coldplay is finally here!

The inaugural Global Citizen India (GCI) Festival will be held tomorrow, on November 19, at the MMRDA grounds in suburban Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC)in Mumbai. The festival will have performances by international as well as Indian celebrities, but the star ...
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Scribes protest attack on photojournalists outside Tata's headquarters

IMAGES: Journalists take out a march from Mumbai Press Club to Bombay House on on Tuesday in protest against attack on photojournalists by security personnel outside Tata Group's headquarters. Photographs: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Protesting the alleged assault on three photojournalists by security personnel of a private agency, journalists on Tuesday took out a march from the Mumbai Press Club to Bombay House, the Tata Group’s headquarters in Mumbai. The protesters staged a sit-in at the ...
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Muhurat Trading: Markets end flat, broader markets outperform

IMAGE: Bollywood actress Prachi Desai ringing the bell for special Muhurat trading session at Bombay Stock Exchange in Mumbai on Sunday. Photograph: Sahil Salvi Markets ended the customary 'Muhurat' trading session to usher in the new year Samvat 2073 on a negative bias with the broader markets outperforming the benchmark indices. The S&P BSE Sensex ended down 11 points at 27,930 and the 50-share Nifty settled 12 points lower at 8,626. In the broader markets, the BSE Midcap index gained ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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In line with Tata's personal style

John Elliott, the author of Implosion: India's Tryst with Reality, on his Riding the Elephant blog says the sacking of Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Sons was in line with Ratan Tata’s personal style of dealing with top executives. Ratan Tata, the veteran patriarch of India’s revered Tata empire, personally instigated and forced the sacking on Monday of his successor, Cyrus Mistry, as chairman of Tata Sons, the group’s holding company. This is clear from the way the coup was ...
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What's cooking at the endorsement table

The growing importance of all things culinary and the hunt for credible faces as brand ambassadors are adding more power to the chefs’ elbow. Even as film and sports stars continue to dominate the brand endorsement tables, a new category of celebrities is stepping out of the shadows. Celebrity chefs, who now command Rs 25-40 lakh a year, are being wooed by big brands for a range of products. Dettol, for instance, has Sanjeev Kapoor endorsing its hand wash. Philips has Ranveer Brar ...
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Foreign hotel chains push Indian majors on back foot

Marriott-Starwood, Carlson Rezidor and others are winning the tug-of-war for customers with local hotel chains as they add new properties at a breakneck speed. Marriott’s acquisition of Starwood Hotels has made it the largest hotel chain in the country: with nearly 18,000 rooms. This has upset Tata Group-promoted Taj Group of Hotels’ decades-old streak of market leadership. Including the budget segment brand Ginger, the Taj Group, which comprises Taj, Vivanta by Taj and Gateway ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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