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At this pre-school almost 25 per cent of the children are overweight Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ A friend who runs a pre-nursery school for 2-3-year-olds in Delhi was narrating this incident to me the other day. She mentioned how one child -- 42 kg at the age of two -- fell on her arm and broke it with her own weight while coming down a slide. The parents were angry with the school and complained that they should have been more vigilant. Well, while accidents like this will happen, ..., 2 months ago

EPFO to get into stocks next week

Will start investing in exchange-traded funds from coming Thursday, with policy ready for market dipsIn a landmark move, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation is likely to start investing in stock markets in the form of exchange-traded funds next week.According to sources, Union labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya will launch EPFO’s investment in Mumbai next Thursday. Dattatreya had said on Monday around Rs 6,000 crore (Rs 60 billion) would be invested in these funds by March ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'My husband always favours his mother in an argument'

In an online chat with Get Ahead readers on October 1,'s Love Guru answered their relationship queries. For those who missed he chat, here's the unedited chat transcript. Bongkim singha: Hi LG,i have a girl friend...she loves me alot.,but when she gone for her higher studies,her ex-bf also there in the same university...their relation are fb relation for 2years,,,then that boy leaves her,,,and now that boy again propsed her,,,and she get confused,,,and now she only tell me that she ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago 'My wife wants to control me; how do I handle her?'  Rediff.com1 month ago 'My mother-in-law rules my family. Help!'  Rediff.com1 month ago

What Modi proved by his Silicon Valley visit

'If such is the ambition to effect change, India is a platform where an innovation can be tested on a scale unavailable in most places.' 'To take the simplest example, where else are hundreds of millions in one country waiting for Internet access, for better broadband, for 4G roll out -- millions of them in each of these categories -- of the ascending scale?' asks Ambassador B S Prakash. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ A few days before Modi's visit to San Jose, Rediff published my column ...
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'Should I tell my fiance about my ex?'

"Everyone has a past, should it be waved about, brought up? "The need to, and how much to reveal, differ from couple to couple. "Often, what one expects from a relationship is not full disclosure, but the assurance that the other person is well and truly over the past and there is no chance of it coming back."'s Love Guru has answers to all your relationship problems. In an online chat every Thursday,'s Love Guru addresses relationship problems and attempts to offer ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Don't leap at that one-time loan settlement

Because a settled account will do more damage to your credit history than you can imagine. You may have taken a loan with a certain plan for repayment, but life may have thrown a spanner in the works, and you now find yourself unable to meet your repayment commitment. At a time like this, if your bank offers you a one time settlement (OTS), you would probably leap at it, but did you know that it can take a toll on your CIBIL score? State Bank of India, India's largest commercial bank, is ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Raghuram Rajan's mantras for growth

Be it escaping the I-T sleuths or securing finance from a bank and not repaying it, Indian businessmen has a way of finding solutions to everything through quick fixes or ‘jugaads’. In a recent lecture, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan dished out some frank advice  -- don’t get into ‘jugaad’, instead try for the long haul. Only that will sustain in the long-run. Image: RBI governor Raghuram Rajan. Photograph: PTI Photo. Reserve Bank of India governor ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Bakri Eid and a militant vegetarian housing society

'The secretary asked if I would give in writing that I would not slaughter goats inside the building compound during Bakri Eid.' Syed Firdaus Ashraf highlights the travails of a non-vegetarian family in a predominantly vegetarian housing society in Mumbai. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   I had never encountered the 'militant vegetarian' attitude of some Mumbai housing societies till 2010. It all changed that year when I decided to buy an apartment in a 'vegetarian' housing society.
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An IITian's venture: Two years, dozens of firms, but no trace of money

Investors and EOW waded through a maze of legal obstacles to get their hands on the 'kingpin'. Image: R Subramanian. Photograph: Sreeram Selvaraj     What is common between the secret police of Nazi Germany, a Chinese organised crime ring, and the US military headquarters? All of these inspired the names of companies floated by Chennai-based businessman R Subramanian. Gestapo Investments, Triad Trading Services, and Pentagon Trading Services are now among 49 entities the economic ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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My sartorial statement has no mix and match mantra : Raima

Kolkata, Sept 19 (IBNS) Actor Raima Sen prefers going either ethnic or western depending on occasion but knows mix and match is the 'in' thing for today's girls. I wear completely traditional attires or I am westernized. Either way I go the ...
 India Blooms2 weeks ago
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