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The world's most influential women
If you had a choice, would you rather be like former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher or superstar Angelina Jolie? It seems that women would rather follow in the footsteps of Thatcher than......
West Bengal civic polls pass off peacefully
Barring stray incidents of violence, West Bengal's civic polls went off smoothly, with 65 per cent turn-out. The 141-ward Kolkata Municipal Corporation was the bone of contention between......
Illicit financial flows: Top 10 nations
India is one of the world's largest exporters of illicit capital with an estimated outflow of a whopping $104 billion between 2000 and 2008, according to a US-based think tank Global Financial......
The case of the FinMin's missing table, and more
If budget policy started changing around the mid-1980s, it is for a reason. The original oak wood table used by successive finance ministers, right from the time of the interim government before......
Inflation rises to -0.14 per cent
India's annual rate of inflation rose 0.6 per cent for the week ended June 13, even as prices of food items like pulses, cereals, fruit and vegetables increased compared to last year.......
Top 25 Rain Songs of Bollywood
Monsoon in movies spells magic, romance, intensity, drama or poetry. Its interpretation varies from context to context resulting in assorted vistas and multiple dimensions of the same. This......
'Kool has no logic but it has magic'
After delivering three consecutive hits (Mungaru Male, Cheluvina Chittara, Gaalipata), it has been a downhill journey for actor Ganesh barring films like Krishna, Aramane and Maleyali......
Would you watch these Big B remakes?
This is Blasphemy 101, really. Like Shah Rukh Khan showed with his unintelligent Don and Ram Gopal Varma with his iconically bad Aag, nobody should try and remake an Amitabh Bachchan movie --......
Vote: Bollywood's top rain songs
Contradiction thy name is rains. On one hand they conjure an image of cozy indoors, poetic reflections or a meal of piping-hot bhajjiyas and masala chai. The other end of the spectrum is not so......
When Aamir Khan threw a bash
Here's what your favourite celebrities have been up to. Mr Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, who is known to give Bollywood parties a miss, seemed to be in different mood recently. The......
We definitely have an edge: Harbhajan
Harbhajan Singh whose played little cameo of 40 and then got two crucial wickets feels that Indians will have an edge going into the penultimate day of the match. - Scorecard "We definitely have......
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