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Meet the BJP's silent army in Bengal
'They are our go-to men, our trouble-shooters.''They draw their strength from remaining low-key and accessible only to our workers.' IMAGE: Bharatiya Janata Party President Jagat Prakash Nadda......
'I gave Suvendu my blessings when he joined BJP'
'The TMC has become a private limited company.' IMAGE: Former Trinamool Congress leader Suvendu Adhikari seeks Home Minister Amit Anilchandra Shah's blessings at a rally at the Midnapore college......
Delhi-NCR's air quality on brink of 'emergency'
Delhi woke up to a grey morning as an apocalyptic smog blotted out the sun from the sky and smudged landmarks from view with air quality inching closer to “emergency” levels on Tuesday.......
Renowned Urdu poet Rahat Indori dies in hospital
Celebrated Urdu poet Rahat Indori, whose simple and lucid couplets attracted a huge fan folliwing in India and abroad, died on Tuesday, his son said. The 70-year-old teacher-turned-poet, who was......
Is Modi's China policy going Nehru's way?
'Like Nehru, too, Modi has found dealing with Beijing more and more difficult and has adopted an increasingly assertive approach towards managing India's northern neighbour.' IMAGE: Indian......
'Possible now to have a career in the social sector'
The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women has helped many girls move up the ladder with a business education and liberal arts and find what they really want or are suited to do. IMAGE: Vedica......
How 'gurunomics' is fueling India's consumer boom
Be it consumer products, lifestyle or entertainment, spiritual gurus are stepping into business and are finding success Amritha K is a homemaker based in the central suburb of Ghatkopar in Mumbai.......
Babas follow Ramdev's footsteps to mint a fortune from FMCG
Ravi Shankar mulls taking his products, available at 600 outlets, to 2,500 stores by 2017; others have plans, too. Image: Sri Sri Ayurveda is now mulling tie-ups with retailers to expand reach......
Pharma in 2014: Deals worth billions and fines worth millions
Even as private firms were busy stitching merger and partnership deals, the government also remained active during the year working on a separate policy to promote and strengthen domestic......
No more Gandhi tags on schemes, Modi looks for new names
Official data show as of 2012, of the 49 schemes and institutes named after eminent personalities, 16 were after former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, five after Indira Gandhi, and two after......
What August 15 means to these stars
As Independence Day approaches, we asked a few Bollywood stars what they thought about India's Big Day. Here's what they said: We begin with Kalki Koechlin,......
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