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'We enjoy Ghulam Ali's songs, but cultural ties, terror can't be mingled'

Shiv Sena youth wing chief Aditya Thackeray, on Thursday defended the Sena protest against the holding of a concert of Pakistan vocalist Ustad Ghulam Ali when soldiers of India are falling victims......

Gujarat minister wants to resign

Gujarat's Minister for Youth and Cultural Affairs Bhavku Unghad on Monday sought permission from party president Vaju Vala to resign from the Narendra Modi ministry.Unghad, a legislator from Amreli......

'China has stolen a march over us in naval capability'

'We have been found seriously wanting in addressing our undersea warfare capability and China's emergence is a cause for concern.' India, on December 8, observed Submarine Day which commemorates......

'The Rafale deal will go through'

'The India-France relationship has been that of the elites of two countries, who appreciate each other's philosophical traditions -- whether it is ancient Indian civilisation and Sanskrit texts or......

We must delink religion from terror: Swaraj tells Arab League

Strongly pitching for delinking terrorism from religion, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday said India and the Arab world must join hands to eliminate the menace as she warned that......

Start-ups aren't from Mars

  The government’s decision to invest in start-ups is a bad idea, rues Indrajit Gupta The hype around start-ups has reached deafening proportions in the last couple of weeks. By the......

India has a booming young workforce? The reality is alarming

As more youth enter working age and start earning, India's economy will grow at a more rapid rate. But a big boost from its young population looks increasingly unattainable, notes Rahul Jacob.......

It's the start-up season

  It is widely but wrongly believed that the more inactive the Indian state, the better the chances of a start-up culture flowering, notes Ajit BalakrishnanIt is the start-up season. It looks......

Now, the cafe comes home

Cafe Coffee Day hopes to fight the Starbucks challenge by going door to door with its services and innovating with its merchandising On December 2, Coffee Day Enterprises, which owns the Cafe......

Good opportunity to make India a tourist hotspot

The rise in India's relative attractions lie in the precipitous decline in safety of the more popular destinations, notes Kanika Datta. All of a sudden, if you look around you, India appears to be......

What India thinks of Sunny Leone

As Sunny Leone's film Mastizaade hit screens amidst a wave of unprecedented social media support for her, Ritika Bhatia finds out what India thinks of the actor. 'Oh my god, oh my god, I think I'm......

'I'm glad if people are comparing me to Sunny Leone'

'There is nothing bigger than Bigg Boss. I was lucky and blessed that I stayed inside the Bigg Boss house for three months. The love that I got from people was so humbling that......

When Irrfan wanted to be killed off

The gulf between Hindi cinema's finest current actor and his contemporaries widens with each film. But even Irrfan Khan, in Mick Jagger's words, can't always get what he wants. Raja Sen tells us......

Why Bajirao Mastani has upset two families

Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani has ruffled quite a few feathers among the descendants of the Peshwa and his Muslim wife. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's passion project has faced many a hurdle.......

A double-edged dagger from Marathi cinema

Marathi cinema is undergoing a dramatic metamorphosis. In recent years, it is not only the number of films produced that have seen a rise. Many of these films are being appreciated for their......

Indian youth cold on Olympic sports, rues Bindra

India's sporting culture and infrastructure, as well as its attitude towards Olympic disciplines, must change if it hopes to produce world-beaters on a consistent basis, Abhinav Bindra, the......

How Serena is trying to bring 'pop culture' to tennis courts

IMAGE: USA's Serena William serves. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Known for her attention seeking clothes, Serena Williams is trying to bring pop culture to the tennis courts. ......

This is how the world reacted to Russia's suspension

Athletics' governing body has voted to suspend Russia from the sport for widespread, state-sponsored doping and the ban will include the 2016 Olympics unless the country can demonstrate a major......

'Getting an Olympic medal in athletics is my one-point agenda'

'We keep climbing one step and slipping three. In 2004, our relay team was 7th in the world. Then we slipped from there. Otherwise, today our 4x400 metres relay team would have been gearing for a......

5 sports recommended for inclusion at 2020 Tokyo Games

Actress Jessica Alba throws out the ceremonial first pitch. Photograph: Harry How/Getty Images Organisers of the Tokyo Olympics have recommended five more sports -- baseball/softball, karate,......
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Patna round-up

The department of art, culture and youth affairs, in collaboration with Bihar Lalit Kala Akademi, organised Kala Mangal series, an exhibition of... ...

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1160210/jsp/bihar/story_68372.jsp
 Guha

Historian and Biographer Ramachandra Guha gave a call to the young denizens of the country to do their mite in solving the problems plaguing... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/527754/youth-must-defeat-fundamental-forces.html
ISIS active in India under different names, claims Muslim body

A body representing Sufi-Sunni Muslims today claimed that dreaded terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) is "active" in the country under "different... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/527712/isis-active-india-different-names.html
EXPLOITATION OF CHILD LABOUR-Legal Facets

2016-02-08 By;Prafulla Maharana Child labour is one of the oldest and has remained as the most neglected phenomenon. That such neglected and... ...

http://www.orissabarta.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21466:exploitation-of-child-labour-legal-facets&catid=41:articles&Itemid=27
Slumdog Directors

For several years, Aslam Siddiqui used to visit a film and television studio in a distant north-eastern suburb in Mumbai, armed with a comb in his... ...

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