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Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani 8th Aug 2016 full episode written update: Raja blames Rani for his miserable childhood
Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani 8th August 2016 episode summary. Raja is in his jeep when there is a knock at the door. He walks in thinking that Rani might have woken up but he gets trappe [...]
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‘When the comedy is scripted, it’s difficult  to be spontaneous’
To play Harpreet Kaur in Happy Bhag Jayegi, Diana Penty took lessons in Punjabi diction, visited Amritsar, and watched videos and movies from Punjab.(Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty)[/capti [...]
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Four Delhi restaurants among Asia’s best 50
ITC Maurya’s famed Bukhara features at number 27 and is well known for Daal Bukhara. (Express Archive) Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, organised by William Reed Media, ha [...]
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Chauthi Koot movie review: You’ll watch this marvelous film with your heart in your mouth
Chauthi Koot movie review: Gurvinder Singh’s Chauthi Koot is a marvelously authentic re-creation of the 80s in Punjab when people were caught between militants and security forces.[/caption [...]
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Budhia Singh Born to Run quick review: A film that every Indian must watch
Budhia Singh Born to Run quick review: The film is based on Budhia Singh’s life, a child prodigy who ran a host of marathons as a five-year-old and got ready acclaim. Budhia S [...]
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Smiles originated 30 million years ago: study
Some researchers have argued that infants’ spontaneous smiles exist to make parents feel that their children are adorable and to enhance parent-child communication. The origin [...]
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The little gadgets worth noting at Rio Olympics 2016
  Deepa Karmakar takes a death defying leap, while Abhinav Bindra takes aim, but none of their destinies are certain. The participants of the Olympics, though, extend beyond the myriad athletes from var... [...]
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Quetta emergency services respond after hospital bombing kills dozens in Pakistan – video report
Armed security personnel and first aiders respond after a bomb blast at a Pakistani hospital killed dozens of people and wounded others on Monday in Quetta, the capital of the violence-plagued south-western province of Baluchistan. Broadcaster Geo TV said at least 40 people were killed. Police put the figure at more than 30Pakistan: at least 30 dead as bomb targets mourners at Quetta hospital Continue reading... [...]
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Break the male monopoly
The absurd male monopoly on the UN’s top job must come to an end. The United Nations (UN) Security Council is considering candidates for the next UN secretary-general. The selecti [...]
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Saving rhino calves, other Kaziranga animals during floods is a different job altogether
A One-horned Rhino swims through flood waters in Kaziranga National Park in Assam (Source: PTI) As a schoolboy Ramen Das always wanted to become a good football player, which in tur [...]
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RSS slams attacks on Dalits 2nd time in two days
New Delhi, Aug 8 Condemning the attacks on Dalits, RSS today termed as "inhuman" the violence and asked state governments to take action against elements trying to "disturb communal harmony and trust". {image-una-dalit-case-19-1468927576-31-1469947127.jpg www.oneindia.com} VHP, an RSS affiliate, however, vowed to [...]
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Samsung may ditch flat-screened Galaxy S smartphones
  Samsung may be planning to ditching flat-screen versions of its Galaxy S series of flagship phones. In an interview with The Korea Herald, the Head of Samsung Mobile, Koh Dong-Jin said, “Samsung... [...]
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Smartron t.phone
  When we attended the Smartron t.phone’s launch, my colleague Prasid spoke about how the device defies all stereotypes held in our minds about a smartphone made by an Indian startup. You can&rsqu... [...]
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Feminism is breaking through the rigid patriarchy in Pakistan
Men must acknowledge our participation in Pakistan’s deeply unequal patriarchal order, and wilful ignorance of the violence it inflicts on womenEven for a society brutalised by years of mass violence, the murder of social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch was shocking. Perhaps it was the public nature of her life and the apparent social sanctioning of her death by the misogynist trolls who threatened her on Facebook. Perhaps it was the unapologetic manner in which she asserted her sexual autonomy, or her mockery of Pakistan’s clergy. Perhaps it was her open proclamation of her feminist ideals, or her largely unheeded appeals for solidarity in the face of threats in the weeks leading up to her death.'Honour' is the currency of a patriarchal order, structured to sustain men’s preeminence Related: One woman and 17 men: When will we have equal representation at the UN? Related: Naz Shah: ‘Honour’ killing may not be in your culture, but the problem belongs to us all Continue reading... [...]
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Pakistan: dozens dead as bomb hits mourners at Quetta hospital
Explosion, reportedly killing at least 67, occurred as body of prominent lawyer, Bilal Kasi, arrived at hospital after he was shotAt least 67 people have been killed and another 100 injured after a suicide bomb packed with ball-bearings tore through a crowded state-run hospital in the Pakistani city of Quetta, the capital of a region ravaged by insurgency and sectarian tensions.Witnesses described horrific scenes as victims cried out for help, and survivors scrambled to flee past bodies lying scattered in the smoke-filled corridors . Continue reading... [...]
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Gau Raksha: Narendra Modi has found a voice, and not without reason
Modi said, “I would like to tell these people that if you have any problem, if you have to attack, attack me. Stop attacking my Dalit brethren.” Prime Minister Narendra [...]
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Swami Prasad Maurya: Asset to BJP, especially in SP strongholds
Former BSP general secretary Swami Prasad Maurya Former BSP general secretary Swami Prasad Maurya’s entry into the BJP on Monday comes as an apparent boost to the saffron grou [...]
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Salahuddin's nuclear threat: What did Modi-Doval do to rattle Pakistan so much?
Pakistan-based Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin's threat of nuclear war against India should come as no surprise. In a country where the official military nuclear doctrine itself is an irresponsible 'touch-me-not' doctrine, born of acute weakness and insecurity, the Pakistani military seems [...]
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Revenge of the powerless voter
Justice index captures the mismatch between votes polled and seats won by any major political party. (Design by C R Sasikumar) In the vote-rich waters of the UP electoral Ganges, al [...]
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The artifice of solidarity
As J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti surfaces on stage amid photo ops and press statements these days, the rather cynical analysis of the performing arts finds a fitting parallel in political life.[/ [...]
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7th Pay Commission: Good news! Minimum pension of retired govt staff goes up by 157%
New Delhi, Aug 7: Retired central government employees will now get a minimum pension of Rs 9,000, up 157.14 per cent from the current Rs 3,500, following the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission's recommendations. The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances [...]
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The commodity oddity
  The most abused and over-used word these days is “startup”. Everyone has one, or works for one, or dreams of one, and yet, almost all fail, and even the ones that survive are just clones o... [...]
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Intel recalls Basis Peak smartwatch product line due to possible fire hazard
  Quick on the heels of the recent case of the exploding iPhone, we now have another gadget that could pose a possible fire hazard – Intel’s Basis Peak smartwatch and activity tracker. Th... [...]
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Listen to the PM
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned gau rakshak vigilantism, firmly and unambiguously, at a Delhi town hall meeting on Saturday, he broke a deafening silence. Bigotry and blackmail, lumpenism and violence in the name of the cow have picked up pac [...]
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Game is on
It is a measure of Nepal’s shambolic politics and the undue influence of neighbours in it that Pushpa Kamal Dahal, or Prachanda, who accused “the external lord” of unseating him as prime minister in 2008, is now accused of maneuvering himself back i [...]
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Shocking! Four women raped, modesty of 9 outraged every day in Delhi in 2012-15
New Delhi, Aug 7: At least four women were raped and modesty of nine outraged every day on an average between 2012 and 2015 in the national capital, according to data compiled by the Delhi Police regarding crimes against women. In [...]
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GST bill to be taken up by Lok Sabha tomorrow
New Delhi, August 7: Major tax reform--GST bill--will be taken up by Lok Sabha tomorrow, with virtually all political parties backing this legislation. GST, the biggest economic reform since 1991, is likely to sail through smoothly in the Lower House. {image-gst-05-1470389252.jpg [...]
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Alastair Cook’s England have ‘further to go’ after Pakistan win
England recovered to win the third Test by 141 runs on Sunday to go 2-1 up in the series. (Source: Reuters) England captain Alastair Cook insisted his side had “further to go& [...]
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