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Immigrants: Not welcome in Theresa May's Britain
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Immigrants: Not welcome in Theresa May's Britain

After Brexit, ethnic minorities in Britain worry about their future, notes Sunil Sethi.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Online video clips of post-Brexit racist abuse may be blurry, but the message is graphic. People are seen hurling abuse at strangers in streets. As police escort the faithful into a mosque, protesters hold aloft English St George's Cross flags and shout anti-immigrant slogans. One man, with a slightly foreign accent, is heard shouting back, 'This is my country, ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Sachin, 9, died fetching water in the drought

Last week, Prasanna D Zore/Rediff.com and Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com reported how 12-year-old Yogita Desai died when fetching water.Today, they report how a nine-year-old child drowned while trying to fill water from a well in drought-ravaged Marathwada.Photographs: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Every tragedy needs either a defining moment or a defining image to stir the collective conscience of a nation. Images play a decisive role in shaping the responses of the public and people in power to such ...
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Rupee drops 13 paise to 67.20 vs US dollar

RBI governor Raghuram Rajan, on Monday, said the current level of the rupee is "pretty reasonable" and any attempt to devalue it may lead to a surge in inflationary pressures and "offset any benefits" The rupee, on Monday, depreciated by 13 paise to end at 67.20 against the American currency owing to sustained dollar demand from banks and importers. Sluggish local equities even put more pressure on the domestic unit despite weak dollar overseas. Trading sentiment was by and large tepid as ...
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Wilful defaulters: IT department to use powers to arrest, detain

  Officials have been directed not to shy away from the rare provisions of arrest, detention and auctioning of attached assets of wilful income tax defaulters. The Central Board of Direct Taxes, in a strategy paper for the current fiscal, has directed officials in the department to use the rarely-used provision in this regard. For wilful evasion of taxes, Section 276 C (2) of the IT Act provides for rigorous imprisonment for a period between three months and three years which may be ...
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Helping co-workers can tire you: Study

According to a recent study, helping colleagues finish a task at work can be draining, even leading to poor performance. Office-goers, take note! Helping your co-workers too often may lead to mental and emotional exhaustion and hurt your job performance, a new study has warned. The effects were especially strong for employees with high "pro-social motivation" -- or those who care deeply about the welfare of others, researchers said. While previous studies on helping has ...
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No dynasty rule please, this is Tollywood!

When Satyajit Ray had asked Madhabi Mukherjee if she wanted her daughters to join the film industry, the "Charulata" actress had answered in the negative. Eventually, both her daughters - Mimi and Ranjabati - joined the teaching profession. Ray's ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Why don't we want to pay taxes?

'The tax avoidance in India is done as much by the wealthy as the lower class.''There is no difference in ethics and culture and morality, and no difference in tax-paying behaviour between various Indian classes, whether educated or not,' says Aakar Patel.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com A few years ago, a man used to come home every morning to teach me how to sing. He was an elderly gentleman and had been doing this work for decades. Because we met so regularly, we would chat about various ...
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5 exercises to get sexy, toned legs

Fitness expert Brinda Sapat tells you how to get those well-toned legs you've always wanted. IMAGE: The secret to Alessandra Ambrosio's model legs is walking. When she is not sashaying down the runway, this Victoria's Secret model walks and does yoga. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Alessandra Ambrosio/Instagram  How long have you stared at a picture of your favourite model and wondered how their legs are so shapely? Here's some good news. It's not hard to get those gorgeous legs. Just follow ...
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India shows China the way to deal with bad debt

While Modi must worry about the electoral backlash of bailing out state-owned banks, China's communist rulers face fewer constraints, says Peter Thal Larsen. Image: While Indian authorities are at last pushing lenders to come clean, their counterparts in Beijing seem intent on ignoring the full extent of the problem. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com     India could teach China a thing or two about dealing with bad debt. Banks in the world's two most populous countries ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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