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Who keeps the fashion week ticking?
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Who keeps the fashion week ticking?

Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com aims his camera at the women and men who work away from the arc lights at Lakme Fashion Week. There is lot more than what meets the eye at a fashion week. It takes several people to put together shows that you see here. And it takes even more people to make a fashion week tick. Uttam Ghosh aims his camera at these very people. A model checking out the queue list during the backstage rehearsals. The Q list is the order of appearance for models that they follow on the ramp ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Stocks or mutual funds: Where should you invest?

Equity investing is still fraught with peril and is riddled with sink holes that investors need to be wary of The Indian financial markets have been significantly profitable to investors during the last one year. The returns earned by equity as an asset class have far exceeded those of safe and risk-free products like bonds, PPF and bank FDs. Quite naturally, the dice has been heavily loaded in favour of equity as a preferred avenue of investment of late. The improved regulatory environment and ...
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Modi@1: Ten things I learned this past year

For the past, blame the Congress. For the present, blame the Congress. For everything, blame the Congress. But for your future, vote BJP. Syed Firdaus Ashraf lists 10 things he has learned in this one year of the Modi Sarkar.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com 1. The first thing I learnt this past year is that everything that is wrong in India after Independence is because of the Congress party. Poverty is because of the Congress. Unemployment is because of the Congress. If the roads are bad, ...
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Gift your parents a property

Individual should be extra careful when taking money from parents or relatives to buy a property Gifting a property to your parents instead of buying in their name could become a good way to help your parents or son. Yes, it would involve payment of stamp duty and registration fees twice, first when buying property in your name and then, for transferring in your parents or son's name, but it would a safer way for property transaction. The United Progressive Alliance's-government's Benami ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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'As a nation we don't learn lessons from our past'

Image: Muslims in Meerut stage a protest demanding justice in the 1987 Hashimpura massacre case. Photograph: PTI Photo 'Communal killings take place routinely in our country and yet we don't ever convict the offenders.' 'The riots of 1993 and 2002 would not have happened if justice was given to the 1984 Delhi riot victims.' One of the longest legal trials extending over 27 years saw Additional Sessions Judge Sanjay Jindal of the Tees Hazari court in Delhi acquit the 16 surviving personnel of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Reel Death, Real Time

KOLKATA: Mrinal Sen directed 'Chalchitra' in 1981. Thirty-four years later, this Anjan Dutt, Geeta Sen, Utpal Dutt and Kaushik Sen starrer has no negative or positive prints of the film available in the market. A Beta tape of the film is available ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Resolution on Martyrs

The 21st Congress of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) dips its red banner in memory of the martyrs who laid down their lives fighting for the cause of the working class and democratic movement during the past three years since the 20th ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago
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5 BAD money habits you must avoid

Being careless with money is often associated with bad financial habits. If you are not aware of what these bad habits are, here is a list that could well serve as a caution. Do you find that you are telling yourself to break out of a bad habit every once in a while? Those little quirks you develop sometimes that can become life crutches if you don't quash them out in time? Well, the same holds true for your finances. If you do not recognise bad financial habits on time, you run the risk of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'Will I ever be able to trust her?'

"We trust not because the other person is trust-worthy but because we are trusting by nature." "Either you can live with your fear of rejection, and forever hold yourself back, or you can decide to come out of it. "Just remember, nothing comes to those who hold themselves back." In an online chat with readers on April 23, Rediff.com's Love Guru addressed relationship problems and offered solutions. For those who missed the chat, here's the transcript: Rohit Agrawal: Hii love guru...we were ...
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59% of India's top cos don't follow disclosure norms

Infosys, Bharti Airtel and ICICI Bank are the only companies who have managed to score 100% on a Composite Disclosure Index Flagging serious shortcomings in corporate disclosures made by top listed companies, a study said on Tuesday that only 41 per cent of the 100 biggest firms have complied with the mandatory requirements in this regard, while the situation is even worse for voluntary disclosures. Only three companies -- Infosys, Bharti Airtel and ICICI Bank -- have managed to score 100 per ...
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