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GRAND CARNATIC & HINDUSTANI SOIREES

meena banerjee had the best of both worlds Rasikhapriya Rasikhapriya celebrated its 22nd anniversary at Uttam Mancha with a six-day grand soiree (4-9 November). Following its tradition, each day's three-hour plus slot focused on one performer ... The Statesman, 2 weeks ago

ITC SRA SANGEET SAMMELAN

meena banerjee enjoyed the first winter soiree of 2014 ANNOUNCING winter the warm season of classical conferences in this part of the world — the ITC Sangeet Research Academy organised its annual ITC Sangeet Sammelan spread over two whole ...
 The Statesman17 hours ago
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Looking for a home loan? Age no bar!

There has been a sea change in the demographic of people applying for a home loan in India over the past two decades. Now that the younger generation earns a higher salary much earlier than their predecessors did, borrowers in their 20s and 30s form a significant percentage of the population seeking home loans. Similarly, borrowers above the age of 45, or ‘late home-loan seekers’, now have wider options that let them make the most of their limited tenure for repayment. Several ...
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The Travelling Trousseau

An outfit from Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla's bridal collection Renaissance The closing sequence of Mumbai designer Monisha Jaising's India Couture Week show in July saw showstopper Lisa Haydon walk out in a button down white shirt, worn with a ...
 Indian Express5 days ago
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Strangest question: 'What would you manufacture in space?'

Can you explain how a cow is different from a buffalo? Or for that matter, what you'd manufacture if you were put up in space? Well, here's the latest responses of strangest interview questions we received from you, dear readers. Rediff.com's Uttam Ghosh has illustrated them for you. Read on and share your experiences too! ALSO READ Strangest interview question: 'Why are manholes round?' In 1976, Surinder Kaul was asked the following question in his first job interview. Question: If you ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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26/11: Sheer paralysis gripped the government

'The government, supposedly manned by wise and experienced officers, was all at sea, unable to act cohesively, and with restraint. Each agency was out to score brownie points.' Nitin Gokhale recalls the events of six years ago. On the sixth anniversary of 26/11, easily India's most horrific terror attack, everyone has a personal memory. For some, who lost family members, it is a painful recollection; for others in the police, the NSG, the army and the navy, it is about remembering lessons ...
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Should Lord Hanuman be the IFS mascot?

'There is no danger of the suggestion being accepted in a hurry, as we are still discussing the design of an IFS tie and trainee officers are still taught how to handle forks and knives,' says Ambassador B S Prakash.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In my experience, successful diplomats are of two types. The first group are quiet and contemplative by nature. They are eternal students in their chosen area. They love to observe and analyse, send long and learned dispatches to their foreign ...
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I too became a TV talking head!

'Soon enough, we were out shouted. The journalist had a multiple agenda -- he berated the Government, the bureaucracy in general and the UPSC system that selected them.' Ambassador B S Prakash recalls his participation in a TV debate. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com You may have wondered how the 'talking heads' on television news channels, who sprout wisdom night after night on varied subjects, are chosen. Some, of course, are familiar faces to you: Representatives of political parties, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Stars win Bengalis hearts

Deep down in the Kolkattans' hearts, there was a tinge of dismay about the fact that Bollywood's superstars, including Amitabh Bachchan and his family and Shahrukh Khan, outshone the stars of Tollywood at the glitzy opening ceremony of the 20th ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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26/11 victims seek Rs 4,233 cr compensation from Pak perpetrators

Nine American and Israeli victims of the 2008 Mumbai attacks have demanded a compensation of $688 million (around Rs 4,233 crore) from the Pakistan-based perpetrators of the terror assault, including Jammat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed. In a re-submission before a New York court on October 30 and 31, the nine victims of the Mumbai attacks -- from the US and Israel -- argued for a "trial by jury" and "default judgement" against JuD/Lashkar-e-Tayiba. They also argued for a "trial by jury" and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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