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'On Rohingyas, UNHCR's critical statement about India is not c...

Former Indian envoy to Bangladesh and Malaysia Veena Sikri explains the problem of the Rohingyas Last Updated at September 16, 2017 21:04 IST Business Standard, 1 month ago

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PM unveils statue of Kalam playing the veena at Rameswaram memorial

PM Narendra Modi unveiled a statute of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and paid tribute to the former president on his second death anniversary at the memorial at Pei Karumbu in Rameswaram.  Modi unveiled a statue of Dr Kalam playing the veena and offered a floral tribute. Kalam learnt playing the veena when he was with the DRDO during 1985-95, and he used to play it whenever he felt relaxed. The PM also met with the family members of Dr Kalam. The prime minister hoisted the national flag at the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago PM inaugurates Kalam memorial in TN  Business Standard2 months ago PM Modi inaugurates Kalam's memorial  Business Standard2 months ago PHOTOS: PM Modi inaugurates Kalam memorial  Rediff.com2 months ago

IISc alumna wins Kalam fellowship at US varsity

Veena Subramanian, a Master's student from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) here, won the second A.P.J. Kalam Post-Graduate Fellowship from the University of South Florida, the American varsity announced on Saturday."The Fellowship was instituted in ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Firoz Nadiadwala plays comatose filmmaker Neeraj Vora saviour & messiah, brushes it off as ordinary deed

For all the flak and adverse press the producer Firoz Nadiadwala has received over the years, here is an absolute and unquestionable antidote. For the past one year he has been looking after all the medical expenses of comatose filmmaker Neeraj Vora who fell ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 day ago
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Soumya Swaminathan: Just what the doctor ordered

Soumya Swaminathan’s appointment as World Health Organisation’s deputy director offers an opportunity to push for improving the medical research environment in India, reports Veena Mani. Her famous father, M S Swaminathan, played a key role in revolutionising agriculture in India. Now, Dr Soumya Swaminathan, the newly appointed deputy director of the World Health Organisation, the first Indian to hold the post, has the opportunity to make her mark in healthcare from the vantage ...
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India emerging as global power amid cross-border threat:Bhamre

India is asserting itself as a major global player in a hostile geo-political scenario, amid an increase in cross-border threats, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said today.The Union minister did not mention Pakistan or China, but stressed the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

2 women end lives

Depressed over her best friend's death, a 20-year-old woman committed suicide by hanging at her house in Lakshminarayanapura in Srirampura on Wednesday. The deceased, Bhuvaneshwari, had completed her B Com from Sheshadripuram College six months ago and was ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Free expression under threat in country: Kum Veerabhadrappa

Kananda writer Kum Veerabhadrappa said, free expression is under threat in the country in the present situation. Speaking at a programme organised in memory of rationalist Prof B V Veerabhadrappa by his fans and family members in Davangere on Thursday, he ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Ravana’s descendants mourn on Vijayadashmi

Dussehra festival is celebrated as the sign of victory of good over evil. On this occasion, when the effigies of Ravana are set ablaze across the country, his in-laws in Jodhpur, mourn his fiery end. Significantly, there is a temple of Ravana in Jodhpur, ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Shell companies feel the heat as govt banks on AI to nab them

'The drive against shell companies will not scare businesses. Rather, it will boost ease of doing business.' 'Chartered accountants are primarily auditors who report a company's finances. This is why it is important for us to monitor them.' 'Restriction on subsidiaries would ensure that multiple layers of companies are not used for money laundering.' Illustration: Uttam ghosh/Rediff.com P P Chaudhary, bottom, left, the newly-appointed minister of state for corporate affairs, is monitoring and ...
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