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70 years with India at 70
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70 years with India at 70

As young as India itself, poet and retired university professor Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, was born in Lahore four months before India became a free nation. Sitting in his family home in Dehradun, where he had arrived as an infant at Partition with his mother, he periodically gets up to speak to his mother, who is now 92 and in fragile health. In conversation with Rediff.com's Archana Masih, the author of five volumes of poetry, two translations and editor of acclaimed anthologies on Indian ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Times of India, 7 months ago

Following are the top stories of the northern region at 1745 hrs

Following are the top stories of the northern region at 1745 hrs: DES 2 UKD-TIGER CENSUS Dehradun: The count of tigers in Uttarakhand has gone up to 242 with an increase of 63 big cats this year, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said. DES 7 PB-SWINE ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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How to make Money from Growing Old

Senior living services, Tara Singh Vachani tells Anjuli Bhargava, could be a big business opportunity in India.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   What do you do when all possible choices in life are open before you? You can choose to live a life of privilege and indulgence -- as many in similar situations have done -- or be like Tara Singh Vachani. The 30-year-old third child of Max Group founder Analjit Singh has chosen a path not many in a similar situation would choose on their ...
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'Attack on cattle is attack on country's culture'

'If a majority of the country's population is sentimental about a certain species, why are we so ashamed to say that we want to give it statutory protection?' asks animal rights activist Gauri Maulekhi, in a conversation with Manavi Kapur. "Perhaps the only time I fainted was when I first saw a maggot-infested dog during a roadside first-aid camp for animals in Lucknow." All of 17 then, Gauri Maulekhi remembers that day in 1994 clearly for good reason -- she poetically fell into a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Former Governor General Lord Dalhousie never visited Himachal hill station named after him, claims new book

The over 160-year-old Dalhousie hill station in Himachal Pradesh may have been named after the famous Governor General of India, but strangely Lord Dalhousie himself "never visited" the idyllic town, claims a new book. The nearly 200-page illustrated volume, ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Parents, you NEED to read this!

'I call today's generation the "pressure cooker" generation.''They are always under some kind of pressure.''Pressure to perform in examinations, peer pressure of all kinds, pressure to look good; their hormones are going crazy.''And there's nobody to help them.' An unconventional thinker, Dev Lahiri has had a long controversial career (his book With A Little Help From My Friends gives a detailed account) as an academician in India. One of the longest serving principals of the Lawrence School, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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BJP govt with VHP as challenger: Is this Sangh Parivar's new gameplan?

It is well known that there is no love lost between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Vishwa Hindu Parishad International Working President Pravin Togadia. But Togadia's latest allegation against the Modi regime may surprise many. He has shot off an angry ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Experts to assess mountain agriculture status in Arunachal

Itanagar 9Arunachal Pradesh) [India], June 13 (ANI): A team conducting a study on status of mountain agriculture in the Indian Himalayas is expected to visit Namsai and Wakro (Anjaw district) between June 12 and June 16, Department of Agriculture Advisor A K ...
 Sify2 months ago

Did Uttarakhand just take a step towards liquor ban?

CM Trivendra Singh Rawat cancels licences of the two government-controlled liquor shops in his constituency. The state government is facing an uphill task in opening new shops in face of widespread agitation by women. Shishir Prashant reports. IMAGE: Senior officials said the Uttarakhand government was to close more liquor shops in the state, buckling under the pressure of the agitation.Photograph used for representational purposes only: Reuters.   In what appears to be the first ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago U'khand CM cancels license of 2 liquor vends in his  Business Standard2 months ago
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Kashmir, Kashmiris, Kashmiriyat all belong to India: Rajnath

Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the government was making efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue at the earliest, and asserted that 'Kashmir, Kashmiri and Kashmiriyat' belonged to India. Those who make attempts to hurt the pride of jawans also need to be ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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