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Put your investment jitters at rest in an all-time high market

The markets are near all-time highs and investors are fearful, and waiting for a correction. However these fears are unfounded. Markets seldom go up in a straight line. Corrections are a part of the regular market cycle. But we would not wait for a correction ... Sify, 2 months ago

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Why is Pakistan rattled?

'Fearful of losing strategic advantage, the only option for Pakistan is to rattle its nuclear sabre!''Pakistan thereby hopes to play on the worldwide fear of an outbreak of nuclear war in South Asia,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Pakistan's nuclear-capable Hatf-VII cruise missile. Photograph: Reuters The cardinal rule about nuclear war is that it can never be won and therefore should never be fought. 'Deterrence' or the threat of use of nuclear weapons is the time tested strategy.
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What it means to be the world's smallest woman

Jyoti Amge explains while Sadiya Upade listens in. IMAGE: Jyoti Amge has been the subject of public fascination since she was three years old. Photograph: Kind courtesy Jyoti Amge/Twitter The pyramids of Giza make an excellent backdrop no matter who's in the frame. But when the models are the world's tallest man and the world's shortest woman, the picture that emerges is sure to startle the most jaded eye. It's no surprise then that the pictures of Sultan Kosen, who stands at 8 feet 3 inches, ...
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Pak will collapse like Soviet Union if it pursues arms race: Ex-envoy

Pakistan will collapse like the erstwhile Soviet Union if it does not quite a "losing arms race", and, must also seriously consider casting aside its dependence on the armed forces, especially the army, to be regarded as a great nation, said a former envoy.
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This man is helping fight India's mental health taboo

'We (Indians) have a highly judgmental sort of culture.''People want to seek counseling, but don't want others to know about it.''The typical Indian male is supposed to be tough. He's expected not to cry or express himself.' Photograph: Courtesy Vikram Beri Back in 2015, when Vikram Beri dropped off his psychologist wife to work one day, he was baffled seeing the the location of the clinic. Despite being run by a renowned psychologist, the clinic was situated in a shabby location. A confused ...
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Must Read: The Great Diamond Heist

'If there is any industry that is unfit for modern corporate form it is the diamond trade.''But no one was asking the right questions.''The music was playing and so the game was on,' says S Murlidharan, former managing director, BNP Paribas. The newspapers are full of stories of how billions vanished from the vaults of PNB. The carefully coiffed young ladies and gents of sundry financial television channels are frothily holding forth on this affair with more anger and indignation than facts ...
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'Army chief is talking like a politician, it is sad'

'An army general is not supposed to speak on political issues.''He should be keeping away from politics.' Army chief General Bipin Rawat's comments about the rise of the All India United Democratic Front, which champions the cause of Muslims in Assam, have stirred a controversy. At a seminar on the north east on Wednesday, February 21, General Rawat spoke of 'planned immigration, which is taking place because of our western neighbour. They will always try and ensure that this area is taken ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Bangladesh wishes to solve Rohingya issue amicably, says Army Chief  Sify2 months ago
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India ranks 81st in global corruption perception index

India has been ranked 81st in the global corruption perception index for 2017, released by Transparency International, which named the country among the "worst offenders" in terms of graft and press freedom in the Asia Pacific region.   The index, which ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption, placed India at the 81st place. In the 2016 India was in the 79th place among 176 countries. The index uses a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is highly ...
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Duminy takes fear out of my game: Klaasen

South Africa's newest swashbuckler Heinrich Klaasen has credited J P Duminy for "taking the fear out" of his game, saying the skipper's presence was a key factor in his match-winning knock against India in the second Twenty20 International here.Klaasen ...
 Business Standard1 day ago When Duminy helped shape Klaasen's match-winning knock  Rediff.com1 day ago

Novels my way to respond in measured way: Nadifa Mohamed

Somalian author Nadifa Mohamed says she is constantly enraged by conflicts and unrest across the globe and the only way she can calm herself and contribute anything meaningful is responding in a measured way through her novels."There has to be respect for ...
 Business Standard1 day ago
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