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Cash crunch: Deposits drop, money movement totters
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Cash crunch: Deposits drop, money movement totters

Many PSBs are in the process of rationalisation of ATMs Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In Kottayam, a housewife received an email communiqué from Corporation Bank, a Karnataka-based public sector bank (PSB), that due to server issues, all automated teller machines (ATMs) are ‘down’ and debit card transactions were getting declined.   “Customers can come to the branch with cheque and withdraw cash for the time being,” it said. After finishing his work ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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This Indian scientist turns e-waste into valuable materials

Mumbai-born Veena Sahajwalla has developed a microfactory in Australia to upcycle electronic waste.  Veena Sahajwalla has launched the world's first microfactory to transform electronic waste into valuable materials. Photograph: Kind courtesy University of New South Wales How do you discard old desktops, smartphones and laptops? You can't dump e-waste in a bin like you get rid of other daily use items. Indian-Australian scientist Prof Veena Sahajwalla has found a solution. The Indian ...
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Have the lives of young Dalits changed?

'It is very hard to get the police to file a report against someone from an upper caste.''Things are so bad that sometimes we have to sit on a dharna with the body of a Dalit victim to get the police to file a complaint.'Nikita Puri and Manavi Kapur report. IMAGE: Activists stop a train during the Bharat Bandh, April 2, 2018, against the dilution of the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Act in Patna. Photograph: PTI Photo In the classroom of an elite college in New Delhi, a professor begins a ...
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Airline Passengers: You have rights!

Government to ask airlines to educate flyers.'It will be an exhaustive charter which will tell the passenger about all their rights, like whether they are eligible for a refund when there is a delay in flight, what to do in case of a flight delay and other in-flight etiquette.'Arindam Majumder reports.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com IMAGE: In 2017, India's domestic air traffic surged 17.4 per cent to cross the 100 million mark.Government officials say at least a quarter are first-time ...
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#RIPSridevi: 'I have lost a sister'

'Over 18 years, I've had a very beautiful relationship with Sridevi.''She was always caring, simple and sisterly to me. She never had the airs of a star.''To the world, she was an actor, but she was more to me. I have lost a sister.' Kolkata-based designer Agnimitra Paul remembers Sridevi, the mentor who gave her a Bollywood break. Agnimitra Paul met Sridevi at the latter's residence in 2000. All photographs: Kind courtesy Agnimitra Paul   I first met Sridevi in 2000. I had started my ...
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'They threatened to sacrifice me alive'

Jamida K is the first Indian Muslim woman to lead the Friday prayers.'I don't care if they kill me because what I have done is historical; nobody can take it away from me,' she says. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com On January 26, when Jamida K (popularly known as Jamida teacher) led the jumma prayers in a village in Kerala's Malappuram district, she was breaking centuries of Shariat convention and creating history as the first Muslim woman to do so in the country. The 35 year old led the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Sorry, India's on the mobile please

'If the volume of ceaseless chatter causes surprise, so does the boorishness of many mobile users.''The richer an Indian, the more s/he rates phones over politeness. It screams status,' notes Sunanda K Datta-Ray.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The terrible tragedy of a bus in North Bengal plunging into a canal, killing the driver and conductor (two brothers) as well as at least 40 passengers, makes one wonder whether man has become the slave of gadgets that were invented to serve him.
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