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Rita Bahuguna Joshi's exit: India may now witness emergence of...

Wasting my time all these days I have arrived at the wrong time to the river I don't know your name, O boatman, Who shall I call for? Who will now take me across? The boat is here But there is no boatman There is no one on the ... Economic Times, 4 minutes ago

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Air India flies Delhi-San Francisco nonstop over Pacific, and into record books

Flying Delhi to San Francisco over the Pacific Ocean instead of the Atlantic, as it had done till last week, has earned Air India the record of operating the world's longest nonstop flight.The Pacific route is almost 1,400 km longer than the Atlantic one, and the flight covered 15,300 kilometres in 14.5 hours. Despite the route being longer, the flight took almost two hours less thanks to tailwinds -- winds that blow in the same direction as an aircraft ...
 Rediff.com31 minutes ago Air India makes record of operating world's longest nonstop flight  Times of India2 hours ago

India Inc's stressed balance sheets get a breather

Life in Moscow's winter can be painful for outsiders. Dhanpat Nahata learnt it the hard way, spending time in the Russian capital in December 2015 and the following January. The cold weather was unrelenting. Nahata, the executive director for M&A at ...
 Economic Times53 minutes ago

2 women being trafficked to Oman via India rescued

BHIMDUTTANAGAR: The Maiti Nepal in Kanchanpur on Saturday rescued two women being trafficked to Oman via New Delhi of India, from Gaddhachauki. The women aged 26 and 29 from Sunsari and Kaski respectively were rescued from the western border ...
 Himalayan Times56 minutes ago
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No Pakistani actor should be allowed to enter India: Bajrang Dal

MANGALURU: Bajrang Dal national convener Rajesh Pandey said no Pakistani actor should be allowed to enter India. "Bajrang Dal will not only oppose Pakistani actors in India, but also boycott the films of Indian actors who speak out in support of ...
 Times of India1 hour ago Keep Pakistani actors out from India, says Bajrang Dal national convener  Times of India17 hours ago

India eye comeback against New Zealand

MOHALI - Stung by an improved New Zealand the other night, a wary India would like to quickly get their house in order when they square off with Kane Williamson's boys in the 3rd ODI on 23 October. While the six-run defeat in Delhi has given ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 hour ago India ready for counter punch  New Delhi Pioneer5 hours ago India eyeing improved show against reinvigorated New Zealand  India.com21 hours ago India eyeing improved show vs reinvigorated NZ  Assam Tribune6 hours ago

India needs forensic IT audits for banks to prevent card fraud

By Hitesh Dharmdasani India has seen several instances of banking cyber fraud over the years. If you haven't received at least one call purportedly from the Reserve Bank asking to reset your PIN, you haven't really lived here. But the recent ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago
Financial Express

The End of Karma: Hope and Fury Among India's Young by Somini Sengupta; Book review

Against this backdrop, Somini Sengupta—former New Delhi bureau chief for The New York Times—in her book The End of Karma: Hope and Fury Among India's Young, introduces an observation that is both fascinating and portentous: today, the ...
 Financial Express2 hours ago

Letters from India's Dickens

These days I only receive e-mails, no snail mail anymore. But there was a time when as noontime approached, I would hearken to the soft scrape of a letter dropping in our letter box. First there was the sound of the latch of the outside gate ...
 The Statesman2 hours ago

Sweet paradox: India's drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop

Home » Agriculture & Allied » October 23, 2016 Despite pleas from the government not to, Indian farmers like Santosh Wagh went right back to planting sugar cane as soon as the first nourishing monsoon rains brought water to his drought-stricken ...
 Business Recorder2 hours ago
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