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Mumbai cop held for molesting woman

A sub inspector of the Maharashtra police has been arrested for allegedly molesting a girl on board the Patna-Kurla Lokmanya Tilak Express train near Allahabad, Railway police sources said on......

Alert citizens help nab cop for murder in Mumbai

Two alert citizens helped the Mumbai police arrest an assistant sub-inspector of police for the murder of a 40-year-old woman.According to the police, florist Gangaram Yadav, who was travelling in......

Modi-Li talks: Aspirational, productive and positive

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had gone to China with a bagful of initiatives, but not all seems to have been fulfilled given China’s reluctance to go the whole hog with him, says Srikanth......

Centre rejects Bengal govt's plea for CBI probe into nun rape

The Centre on Friday rejected West Bengal government's request for a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into the gang rape of a 71-year-old nun at a convent school in Nadia district, a day......

All that is wrong with the NDA's land bill

The land bill 2015 as passed by the Lok Sabha contains major lacuna's in regard to farmer’s rights. It is best advised and hoped that the government will send the bill to the parliamentary......

From Illinois to Jawhar: Shriya helps tribal women make a living

India is witnessing a radical transformation where highly qualified youngsters are giving up cushy jobs to make a difference in the lives of people in rural areas. Manu A B/Rediff.com tracks......

Despite slowdown auto companies continue on rural march

Only 3-4 out of every 1,000 own a car in rural areas as against 18 out of every 1,000 in urban areas of country Image: A visitor speaks on his mobile phone in front of Tata Motors' Kestrel, an......

Balancing the budget -- the Jaitley way

All credit to the finance minister for walking the fiscal and expectation tightrope extremely well in his budget speech, says Ganesh Natarajan. A few days ago, if you asked any thinking individual......

15 real estate trends to watch out for this year

2015 is expected to be a happening year for the real estate sector. Image: Real estate developers have high hopes of pick-up in demand in 2015. Photograph: Morteza Nikoubazl/Reuters The second......

Ranbaxy brand may fade away as Sun takes charge

The Ranbaxy brand might be gradually phased out in the near future in the wake of this year’s largest merger in the Asian pharma sector. After Monday’s conditional nod from the......

'I have no idea who Anna Hazare is'

While the whole Bollywood has come together in support of Anna Hazare, Ram Gopal Varma doesn't even know who he is. In his brutally honest style, the filmmaker isn't shy of admitting it.He tweeted:......

Discovering Mumbai all over again in Dhobi Ghat

Kiran Rao's Dhobi Ghat showed us a Mumbai very few of us have actually seen, even though many of us may have lived here. The film took us through the most crowded bylanes of......

'Nobody recognized me in Mumbai slums'

On a recent charity visit to Mumbai''s slums, actress Freida Pinto was left stunned because nobody recognized her.The 'Slumdog Millionaire' star embarked on a trip to the rundown areas with a......

Chekavar disappoints

Paresh C Palicha reviews the Malayalam film Chekavar.Indrajith, it seems, wishes to be the angry young man of Malayalam cinema. A few months ago, we saw him in the critically acclaimed Nayakan as a......

Ajay Devgn: I have been very lucky

Controversies don't seem to affect Ajay Devgn one bit. The unflappable actor dismissed rumours that his role in his latest movie Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai out on Friday, is based on......

BCCI sub-committee to meet

The New Area Development Programme (NADP), a panel formed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to oversee cricket's advance into new territories within the country like Daman, Diu......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

IBL names Under-19 players for five franchises

The Indian Badminton League has named Under-19 players for five of its franchises, in addition to those picked at the auction. According to IBL rules, each franchise had to pick an India......

Murali bids farewell to international cricket

One of the finest spinners of all-time, Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan bowed out of international cricket as the highest wicket-taker in both Tests and ODIs though he failed to make an impact in......

We are showing signs of improvement: Dhoni

After extending their unbeaten run in the World Cup with a win over Ireland, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday said his side is improving with every single match and also praised the......
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School reunion turns tragic as two from Mumbai drown at Bhushi dam

The reunion of 14 school friends from the city ended in tragedy as two of them drowned at the Bhushi dam in Lonavla on Sunday. According to the... ...

http://www.mid-day.com/articles/school-reunion-turns-tragic-as-two-from-mumbai-drown-at-bhushi-dam/16346179
world's always evolving and so does education

12:12 am Dr Rajan Welukar — one of the most talked-about and controversial vice-chancellors in the University of Mumbai's (UoM) recent history... ...

http://www.freepressjournal.in/worlds-always-evolving-and-so-does-education/
Cashing in on monsoon

The arrival of monsoons seem to have heralded a spirited revival of India's flagging economy, where Mumbai witnessed several events that... ...

http://www.millenniumpost.in/NewsContent.aspx?NID=140586
The gourmet guide to Iftar

uniquely india/ In a country where divides appear to be deepening every day, the universalization of the celebration of iftar is, to some, a... ...

http://www.msn.com/en-in/foodanddrink/foodnews/the-gourmet-guide-to-iftar/ar-AAcwp98?srcref=rss
Does Our Colonial Language Fixation Hinder True Communication?

Communication as everyone knows is the lifeblood of relationships and business. But English being a foreign language, we often land in... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/columns/Does-Our-Colonial-Language-Fixation-Hinder-True-Communication/2015/07/04/article2900600.ece

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