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Dense fog envelops Delhi; 87 trains, 50 flights delayed

It was another chilly morning in Delhi with the minimum temperature settling at 8.2 degree Celsius and dense fog delaying 30 flights and 87 trains. “The minimum temperature recorded this......

At 4 degree Celsius, Tuesday was Delhi's coldest this year

Delhi on Tuesday recorded the coldest day of the year so far at 4 degree Celsius, four notches below normal, even as dense fog led to cancellation of 13 trains. People wrapped in woolens walk......

Beware! Australia warns citizens of 'high terror threat' in India

Australia has revised its travel advisory for India asking its citizens to exercise high degree of caution while travelling to that country, citing high threat of terrorist activities. The......

Leh shivers at -17 degree as mercury plummets

Leh and Kargil towns in Ladakh region recorded the season's coldest night as the cold wave intensified in Jammu and Kashmir after a slight respite for few days.The minimum temperature in Leh......

It's Decembrrrr: North India shivers under wave of biting cold

Delhi, which recorded five years' lowest on Sunday at 2.6 degree C, got some respite with the minimum temperature settling at 4.8 degree Celsius, while dense fog enveloped the city, delaying 98......

Chanda Kochhar gets honorary degree from Canadian university

Chanda Kochhar, MD and CEO, ICICI Bank received an honorary Doctor of Laws from Carleton University, Canada.   The University said it conferred the honour in recognition of her pioneering......

Coming to India and making

In reality, all "manufacturing" and all manufacturers are not the same. One dimension to see the difference is by the degree of research and developed intensity, as a recent study in the European......

Ratan Tata receives honorary doctorate from York University

Former TATA Group Chairman Ratan Tata has been conferred an honorary doctor of laws degree by Canada's prestigious YorkUniversity for his achievements in promoting innovations, exemplary leadership......

What ails India's young and skilled workforce?

Till the jobs come and wages improve, India’s aspirational young certificate holders have learnt that their degrees come with no guarantees, feels Aman Sethi. At 3:30 am, the house is dark,......

America's biggest swindler stripped of MBA degree

Indian-origin hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, convicted for his role in the most lucrative insider trading scheme in US history, has been stripped of his MBA degree by the prestigious......

Sound of Music at 50: The Von Trapp family THEN and NOW!

As Sound of Music turns 50 today, here's a look at its beloved Von Trapp family and what they're doing today. Julie Andrews swirling in a field of flowers against snow-clad Alps. Blue-eyed......

He paints Bollywood in Bollywood

Meet Bollywood fan Ranjit Dahiya. If you are in Mumbai, you can't miss his massive tributes to the industry that he loves, discover Sonil Dedhia/Rediff.com and Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Like......

'If anybody asks me what I do, I'll say I'm a Grammy winner'

'What I see in Bollywood is that there’s this assembly line -- there’s a lyrics writer, there’s a composer, then there’s playback singer who is selected on mutual......

Test reveals Ajmal's elbow extension beyond 40 degrees

Saeed Ajmal in action. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal failed his biomechanics test in Brisbane because his average elbow extension was more than double the 15......

'India to a certain degree deserves a say in what happens'

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting says India deserves a "little say" in international cricket being the "powerhouse nation" of the game but also hopes that the concerned......

PHOTOS: The heat is on at Melbourne Park!

The heat is oppressive at Melbourne Park this year. With temperatures crossing the 40 degrees Celcius mark players have been literally burned out. The Australian Open organisers have been slammed......

Prem Panicker: India sustain their intensity, to a point

The UAE has played 21 ODIs in 21 years. The Indians have played 22 ODIs in 12 months. Prem Panicker surveys the landscape of the mismatched 'contest' at the WACA. Since making its international ODI......

The return of MS Dhoni at MCG

Mahendra Singh Dhoni at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Call it by fate or by design, Mahendra Singh Dhoni probably shares a different kind of bonding with......
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Mufti Sayeed urges Police . Be source of public trust not cause of fear

Directs initiating process of release of pol prisoners, making Passport verifications time bound JAMMU: Urging the State Police to become part... ...

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Scholars accuse SKUAST of spoiling their career.Minister assures action

Srinagar: Accusing SKUAST (Sher-i-Kashmir University of Agriculture, Science and Technology) authorities of playing with their careers, the... ...

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Fed's Yellen Fretted Over Weak Recovery in 2009,...

By Jon Hilsenrath, Pedro Nicolaci da Costa,Ben Leubsdorf,Kate Davidson and Josh Zumbrun Janet Yellen was doubtful in 2009 that an emerging U.S.... ...

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Clarke on Australia's flexible team, an inclusive World Cup and leaving Watson out

David Warner and Michael Clarke were speaking with the media after Australia beat Afghanistan by a record margin in the World Cup. You can also... ...

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Restaurant calorie labels less likely to influence poor, uneducated

The menu of the 'Auf da Muehle' restaurant is pictured in the western Austrian … (Reuters Health) - People with higher income and education... ...

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