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Only 4 parties respond to RTI queries

So far only four parties have responded to citizens' queries under the Right to Information act. The Association of Democratic Reforms, voluntary organisation whose efforts made Central Information......

Stage set for Modi-Sharif meet in Kathmandu

Pakistan has got the message that the Modi regime in New Delhi has brought in a new language of dialogue with Islamabad, sources well informed about the preparation for the Kathmandu meeting tell......

When Education Minister Smriti Irani was grilled by her kids' school

It did not help that she was India’s education minister -- Smriti Irani had to appear in an interview to get her children admitted to a school like any other parent who goes through this......

When Rajdeep Sardesai attempted 'instant history'

This month saw releases of two much-hyped books, both of which went on immediately to become best-sellers. Both were by authors in their 40s, expected to shed much light, but did not quite succeed......

Now, Pakistan PM says will speak to Kashmiri separatists

Ignoring India’s opposition, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said Pakistan will hold dialogue with Kashmiri separatists to take them into confidence before engaging in peace talks......

Obama opens US border to more talent from India

US President Barrack Obama's immigration reform push late on Thursday seeks to significantly liberalise the visa regime for students, professionals and budding entrepreneurs, as the US tries to......

Why Jan Dhan scheme is keeping bankers worried

A sudden flood of accounts at the bottom of the pyramid -- the segment of society, more susceptible to fraud and easily be lured into parting with card details -- can become a target of financial......

How the people's car was born and how it stayed that way

In 1981, Maruti was the tiniest outpost of the Suzuki empire; 33 years later, it is big enough to steer its parent's investment in emerging markets.   Image: in 1983, Maruti 800 was rolled......

World's largest tech fair at Bengaluru, Sikka to skip meet

Infosys Chief Executive and Managing Director Vishal Sikka, set to deliver a keynote address at CeBIT 2014, has dropped out of the event. Image: Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka will not attend the CeBIT......

Consumer electronic firms get tough with e-tailers

The ‘unauthorised sale’ clause for dealers was pressed into service by all companies on Tuesday to avoid what happened on October 6, when brick-and-mortar retailers were agitated over......

Saif Ali Khan: Islam is unpopular today

'If you go up to an average American or British citizen and tell them you are a Muslim, they look at you suspiciously. It's not a good feeling.' 'Narendra Modi is the first person to make sense......

'Deepika is a good looking girl. But no acting talent'

'I don’t know how they dared to send Krrish for a National Award. It was a horrible film!' 'Films like Dabangg and Bang Bang are trash films.' 'Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram Leela was so bad;......

Going back in time with Master Raju

'I got to know things early in life.' On Childrens' Day, one of Hindi film industry's most memorable child actors -- Raju Shrestha -- lets us into his life with a twinkle in his eye. One of the......

'S D Burman never forgot he was a prince'

'When it came to S D Burman, a Guide song was completely different from a Tere Mere Sapne song which was completely different from a Sharmilee song. Except for their quality, there is nothing to......

CAG reveals irregular tax exemptions to cricket associations

The Income-tax Department has allowed irregular exemptions on TV rights from BCCI to four cricket associations resulting in non-levy of tax to the tune of Rs 37.23 crore, the Comptroller and......

Meet the World Athletes of the Year

Shot putter Valerie Adams of New Zealand, right, reacts as she poses with World-record pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie of France. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters Pole vault world record holder......

Anushka and I not hiding anything, says Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. They have reportedly been seeing each other for quite a while now, but both managed to keep their relationship under wraps. Now, it seems, India's star batsman......

FIFA lodges criminal complaint over 2018 and 2022 World Cups

A man walks in front of the FIFA logo displayed outside the FIFA headquarters. Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images World soccer's governing body FIFA on Tuesday lodged a criminal......

Stats: Records galore for Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma made history on Thursday with a scintillating 264, the highest individual score in One-Day Internationals, as India amassed 404 for 5 before beating Sri Lanka by 153 runs in the fourth......
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Q. where is the missing Malaysian Air Craft ... ???? in this modern world, why nobody has been able to trace it after five days .. .????
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Q. What was the most innocent thing u did ?;-)
Valiente Nahu:  A. This is the Excerpts from Scientific American :"Conventional tracking systems performed well; civilian and military radar tracked the plane...... more

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Q. what is the name of that particle by which light is composed of!!
Sanjay Karmakar:  A. Definately not! Being innocent as you say is so sweet. So many use the saying "if you care you\'ll sleep with me"..."if you love...... more

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Q. what is meant by EQUITY SHARES ... ???
Manoj Joshi:  A. Light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which ranges from radio waves to gamma rays. Electromagnetic radiation waves, as their names suggest...... more

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Can India keep its flag high?

Authors of World Bank's Doing Business report attribute India's jump to 7th place to changes in the company law, but rollbacks since June could... ...

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Chinese media stirs up debate over China becoming SAARC member

Beijing: Ahead of the SAARC summit in Nepal this week, China's official media on Sunday stirred up a debate about the country's interest to elevate... ...

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Stage set for Modi-Sharif meet in Kathmandu

Pakistan has got the message that the Modi regime in New Delhi has brought in a new language of dialogue with Islamabad, sources well informed... ...

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