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The doosra: It's Team India against Chris Gayle
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The doosra: It's Team India against Chris Gayle

Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com looks at the lighter side of how Chris Gayle remains lone star West Indies player Team India has to contend with in their Pool B encounter at the WACA.    Illustration: Uttam Ghosh Being a defending champion at the World Cup can put immense pressure on a team. But Team India is in an enviable position at the moment, having won their first three matches and set to top Pool B. Next up for the Men in Blue is the West Indies. The Caribbeans have been as ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
The doosra: South Africa hold the aces Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Japanese interventions

I think I was Japanese in my last birth, says Kiran Uttam Ghosh . The Kolkata-based designer may make embroidered wedding garments, but she will continue to be recognized as the Indian designer who creates pleats. Metallic silvers, old gold, bold ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
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The Gujarat I saw

Gujarat, says Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com, is a state that is seeing rapid changes, capturing some of the churn that he witnessed. If there is one thing you can't miss after Narendra Modi became prime minister, it's his home state. Gujarat is in the newspapers, it's on television, it's online and, of course -- how can I forget? -- you'll hear someone or the other mention it atleast once every day. Which is why I thought I would try and capture visuals of daily life in some parts of the state. There ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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The Children of Dharavi

Most of the kids come to school after they finish working in day-long 9 to 6 shifts at the plastic recycling units. Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com captures the many moods of children in Mumbai's largest slum. Children in Dharavi, Mumbai's largest slum, hardly stay indoors or maybe they just don't have enough time, the rooms are claustrophobic the lanes narrow, dark and are basically drains on which people walk. Even daylight finds it difficult to enter the small two-storied houses. Space has always ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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All set to sizzle

Right from when she was in school in Kolkata, Payal Ghosh had her set of admirers. Some even lounged around her building, waiting to catch a glimpse of the pretty girl. Her cousins teased her about it, saying that she should be in films as she ...
 FilmFare.com3 weeks ago
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7 home loan problems borrowers face in India

Getting a home loan is a lengthy procedure. However simple it might look in the bank's advertisement, the fact remains that there are a lot of hiccups in the entire process. Here are the 7 most common problems faced by home loan borrowers in India. Each problem is discussed in detail and appropriate remedies are mentioned along with it. The objective of this article is to ensure that your home loan becomes a hassle-free experience. 1 Rejection at the first stage Strange but true, many of the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago BORROWING to buy an asset? Don't!  Rediff.com1 month ago
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What does the tax benefit of Rs 4,44,200 mean?

There are some good things from a long-term savings perspective, but these aren't likely to put substantial cash in your hands. Image: More savings after Budget? Photograph: Reuters     The retail investor or consumer will be quite confused after the Union Budget 2015-16. While there are no apparent tax benefits, in terms of higher basic exemption limit, increasing tax slabs or even the 80C limit, the finance minister has told us that there are substantial benefits up to Rs 4.44 ...
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4 Zen email habits to make you more productive

Like all other practices, good email practices take time. Take it one day at a time and it will become an effective communication tool for you. A few days ago, I was reading a study which stated that reading email alone sucks up 28 per cent of the average workday; employees send and receive an average of 112 emails daily! That's a LOT of time. No wonder, on many days, we all feel that we have not done anything except responding to emails. Email is not bad -- in fact, it's a great tool. But ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Police apathy compromises gang-rape case

S Nambu Rajan, state secretary, Tamil Nadu Association for the Rights of All Types of Differently-Abled and Caregivers, explains how the state police bungled the brutal gangrape of a differently-abled teenager and the family's fight for justice. A 16-year-old speech and hearing impaired girl was assaulted and raped by four men in Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu on December 25, 2014. The incident occurred in a forest area where there are several hamlets under the Dhoddamanji panchayat. The ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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The amazing success story of Sunil Mittal

Mittal would travel in trucks along with his consignments. Longer journeys were by train because he couldn't afford air tickets. Image: Sunil Bharti Mittal. Photograph: Bharti Airtel     Sunil Mittal, the second son of Ludhiana politician Satpaul Mittal, went into business in 1976, at the age of 18, three years before he graduated from Punjab University in economics and political science. The city had a strong culture of entrepreneurship. Every youngster dreamt of his own factory. ...
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