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OMG! The Bahubali thali is real
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OMG! The Bahubali thali is real

Served at Rajwadu, in Ahmedbad, the thali is inspired from the fights of Baahubali. IMAGE: An alleged snapshot of the Baahubali thali menu is doing the rounds on the Internet. Baahubali, on screen, have treated your eyes well. Now, a thali of the same name is all set to treat the foodie in you.A hotel in Ahmedabad, Rajwadu, has introduced 'Baahubali thali', as their tribute to the film.Rajesh Patel and Manish Patel, owners of Rajwadu, decided on doing something to justify the legacy of ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago

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Australian jobs for Australians: Skilled workers visa regulations tightened Down Under

Australia and New Zealand have tightened visa conditions for skilled migrants in a bid to woo nationalist-leaning voters, echoing the United States' "America First" policy, but critics have decried the move as mostly political posturing. Australian Prime ...
 DNA3 days ago
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A family's fight to win a murdered man's insurance claim

LIC contested the insurance claim. Consumer activist Jehangir B Gai tells you how this claim was won. Penti Surender held 10 life insurance policies issued by the Life Insurance Corporation of India. The total sum insured was Rs 19.75 lakh. In January 5, 2007, Surender, along with his motorcycle and mobile, went missing. A police complaint was lodged. Later, his dead body was recovered on April 18, 2007. According to the police investigation, Surender had an extra marital affair which the ...
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Why does the Carmichael coal mine need to use so much water?

From accidental water spills into coastal wetlands, to proposed taxpayer-funded loans , Adani’s planned Carmichael coal mine and the associated Abbot Point coal terminal can’t keep out of the news at the moment. Last week, the granting of an ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Crushing the intellect: Pakistan’s war on free speech

Pakistani authorities have won another battle against free speech. The latest blow is just another consequence of harsh measures taken by Pakistan’s government in the last five years against freedom of speech. On March 27, the interior ministry ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Techniques of 19th-century fake news reporter teach us why we fall for it today

Donald Trump appears to have a straightforward definition of fake news: Stories that are critical of him or his presidency are “fake,” while those that praise him are “real.” On the surface, the logic doesn’t hold up. But at the ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Behind Netflix's India push is a VOD market of Rs 1400cr

With a string of deals with telecom service providers, DTH operators and Bollywood stars, Netflix goes all out to protect its turf in India and fend off competition, says Viveat Pinto.   IMAGE: During his India tour last month, CEO Reed Hastings said he’d like Netflix to be available ‘anywhere’ where the internet is available. Photograph: Alex Osterwalder/Twitter. When Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, the world’s largest video-on-demand service, came to India in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Woman dies in Ram Navami stampede, many injured

One woman died and over a dozen others were injured today in two incidents of stampede in Ayodhya as lakhs of pilgrims thronged the holy city to take a dip in the Saryu on the occasion of Ram Navami. Police, however, claimed said that the woman died due to ...
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Seeking justice? Now you can afford it

The Supreme Court has introduced the Middle Income Group Legal Aid Society, where the lawyer’s fees are capped. But there are certain conditions, reports Tinesh Bhasin. To make litigation more affordable, the Supreme Court has introduced a scheme called Middle Income Group Legal Aid Society. Those earning up to 60,000 a month, or 7.5 lakh a year, can approach the society and hire a lawyer at rates much lower than what an advocate would otherwise charge to fight a case in the SC.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Amidst massive criticism, Infosys justifies COO pay hike

Infosys today vehemently defended the hike in its COO UB Pravin Rao's compensation, saying the revision was arrived at after benchmarking against peers. It said the revision, as rolled out for several of its senior leadership team, is "focused on making ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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