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'We need to stop having low expectations from autistic children'

Visitors at the ‘Views from Planet Autism 2015’ were treated to awe-inspiring works of art by over 28 artists on the autism spectrum. The event, held in April, observed as the world......

WTF News! It's Weird, True and Funny

Here's your weekly digest of the craziest stories from around the world. 1) The shorter your skirt, the more discount this Chinese eatery will offer you Love wearing short skirts? A Chinese......

Sri Sri conferred with Peru's highest award

Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been conferred with Peru's one of the highest awards 'Grand Officer' for social work and mission to deliver peace through his foundation The Art of Living.......

Sword used during 1857 rebellion goes on sale in UK

The sword was gifted to Field Marshal Sir Colin Campbell, 1st Baron Clyde, who was commander in chief of the relief operation to free the city of Lucknow from the control of the......

Interesting facts about the 1st Indian-American in the White House run

Bobby is a name so dear to us Indians that a boy -- remember the cute curly boy in Barsaat -- can be Bobby, a girl -- the dimpled Miss Braganza of the 1973 cult flick -- too can be Bobby. However,......

Tax, penalty to be levied at market price under black money law

Undisclosed overseas assets such as immovable property, jewellery, shares and art works will be valued at fair market price for the purpose of tax and penalty under the new black money law.......

Tayab Mehta canvas fetches Rs 17.54 cr at Christie's auction

Christie's second art auction in the country saw 78 works by Indian artists fetching a total of Rs 75.27 crore (Rs 752 million), including a whopping Rs 17.54 crore (Rs 175 million) paid for a......

Defying market chill, Christie's makes a sizzling debut in India

International auction house Christie's made a sizzling debut in the country by putting under the hammer 79 art works at over Rs 102 crore (Rs 1.02 billion), including Rs 23.7 crore (Rs 237 million)......

Govt notifies rules for asset valuation under black money law

  Government has notified the rules for calculating overseas income and assets under the stringent foreign black money law that came into force on July 1. The value of the overseas assets,......

Remembering Charles Correa and his 'breathing' buildings

India's foremost architect and town planner was renowned as much for his 'breathing' spaces as for his irascible personality Obituaries can be hagiographic, at least in the immediate aftermath of......

Bollywood's half-yearly report card: The good stuff

Raja Sen looks back at the good things that happened in Bollywood in the first half of 2015.  Half of 2015 has flown by, and it’s a good time to take stock of Hindi cinema and its latest......

'Yes, I have done adult films. But nobody is talking about my good films'

'I defy all the controversy. For me, it is meaningless. They say the students are unhappy that I have been appointed as the head of FTII. They have not seen my work so how can they be unhappy?'......

'If I really want to be part of a film, I will chase it down'

'I would like to do a biopic (on) Parveen Babi. She was such a gorgeous woman. She was also my neighbour.' 'It was very sad when she died. It is so tragic when you are young and have fame,......

'I am not trying hard to make it big in Bollywood'

'We shot Baahubali in Hyderabad during the summer when the temperatures would soar to 45 degrees. There was an ambulance on the set and every day someone would be injured or faint.' 'Whenever I saw......

'I didn't sleep the entire night after I won India's Got Talent'

'I was screaming at the top of my voice when my name was announced because I couldn’t believe it,' Manik Paul tells Rajul Hegde. Kolkata boy Manik Paul, 23, has been declared the winner of......

Wimbledon: Massaged Murray bites back to reach last 16

Great Britain's Andy Murray receives treatment to an injury during his third round match against Andreas Seppi. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Andy Murray reprised his familiar role of......

In comeback bid, Gambhir has 'burning desire to excel'

India's Gautam Gambhir during a India nets session at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on July 7, 2014. Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Gymnastics and mixed martial arts do not come naturally to......

Serve and volley: Back to the future as moribund tactic is revived

Stefan Edberg of Sweden makes a backhand volley. Photograph: Simon Bruty/Getty Images The yellowing obituaries are looking premature as serve-and-volley tennis creeps, with a few tweaks, towards a......

Gambhir working with Langer in Perth to revive India career

Gautam Gambhir feels Justin Langer is someone who can understand his game. Photograph: BCCI India discard Gautam Gambhir is training in Perth under former Australia Test batsman Justin Langer to......

Surfing is closer to an art form than a sport. Do you agree?

‘I think surfing in itself is more of an art form and an expression so I think the Olympic banner doesn't really suit the sport of surfing’ Australia's Owen Wright exits the water......
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After Shahid, it's Tiger for me, says Ahmed Khan

Ahmed Khan talks about th new dancing sensation, tiger Shroff. Tiger Shroff After the success of ABCD 2, it is obvious that dance films... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-after-shahid-it-s-tiger-for-me-says-ahmed-khan-2102063
How does Indian railway's food factory achieve 10,000 meals per day?

Massive chappati makers that roll out uniform-shaped chapatis in less than 80 seconds, steam kettles, which cook up tonnes of well made rice and a... ...

http://yourstory.com/2015/07/noida-food-factory-railways/
Can Big Data be used to defeat cancer?

Cancer is one of the most deadliest diseases ever known to mankind. In India, out of the 1.8 million people living with cancer in 2012, about... ...

http://www.dqindia.com/can-big-data-be-used-to-defeat-cancer/
Rs 4.35cr to preserve Cotton heritage buildings

The principal's bungalow in Cotton College Guwahati, July 5: The UGC has sanctioned Rs 4.35 crore to Cotton College for conservation of its... ...

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1150706/jsp/northeast/story_29860.jsp
Sanjay Gandhi National Park to turn into city's star attraction in two years

Revamp plan afoot to make Park more eco-friendly and appealing to visitors; project likely to be completed in two years. Ateeq Shaikh gives the... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-sanjay-gandhi-national-park-to-turn-into-city-s-star-attraction-in-two-years-2102047

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