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Reema Lagoo death: Shriman Shrimati co-star Rakesh Bedi remembers his ‘dear friend’

Reema Lagoo death: Shriman Shrimati co-star Rakesh Bedi remembers his ‘dear friend’

The sudden death of veteran film and television actor Reema Lagoo has left everyone shocked. Besides Bollywood, which is mourning over one of its favourite onscreen mothers, her c ...

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Nuke MoU: Govt makes Russia sweat before PM Modi-Putin meet

Nuke MoU: Govt makes Russia sweat before PM Modi-Putin meet

India has warned Russia that it will stall cooperation with its foreign partners for development of its civil nuclear programme if it is unable to become a full member of the Nucl ...

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PM Modi’s Efforts Pay Off, Infrastructure Projects on a Roll

PM Modi’s Efforts Pay Off, Infrastructure Projects on a Roll

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to push delayed infrastructure projects are paying off.About a quarter of 1,201 projects valued at 16.9 trillion rupees ($262 billion) were ...

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Rupee Gets Stronger, Rises To 21-Month High Against Dollar

Rupee Gets Stronger, Rises To 21-Month High Against Dollar

The Indian rupee extended its rally against the dollar on Thursday and gained 14 paise to a 21-month high of 63.98 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange. Analysts say that some disapp ...

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All is well: Scan rules out stroke, gives Eman Ahmed clean bill of health

All is well: Scan rules out stroke, gives Eman Ahmed clean bill of health

MUMBAI: Amid drama on Tuesday, Egyptian Eman Ahmed (36) underwent a CT scan to establish whether or not she had indeed suffered a stroke during her three-month-long treatment in M ...

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‘Let Them Die In A Bombing': Kerala Families Whose Members Joined ISIS

‘Let Them Die In A Bombing': Kerala Families Whose Members Joined ISIS

Padanna, India: The aspiring jihadists began leaving here quietly in May, slipping away in twos and threes to avoid suspicion. By the time their relatives realized they were missi ...

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Tourist has liquor inside Hampi temple, triggers huge protests

Tourist has liquor inside Hampi temple, triggers huge protests

HAMPI: A foreign tourist triggered a ruckus on Tuesday at Hampi after carrying and consuming liquor inside Virupaksha Temple premises- a prohibited area. A picture showing him wit ...

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India Overtakes Britain As The World’s Sixth Largest Economy

India Overtakes Britain As The World’s Sixth Largest Economy

Score one for the post-colonial underdog. India's economy has reportedly overtaken the United Kingdom's for the first time in over 100 years, now standing as the world's sixth lar ...

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I didn’t want to become a disruption for Tata Group: Mistry

I didn’t want to become a disruption for Tata Group: Mistry

After attending a three-hour Tata Sons board meeting at Bombay House, the 50-year-old Cyrus Mistry, wearing his trademark blue shirt and black trousers, on Monday evening announce ...

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Russia throws its weight behind China-Pakistan corridor, keeps India on tenterhooks

Russia throws its weight behind China-Pakistan corridor, keeps India on tenterhooks

After it officially denied reports that it had shown any interest in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Moscow has not just declared strong support for the China-funded proj ...

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