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'Oppn Should Maintain Arm's Length from Protests': Congress Leader Jairam Ramesh's Advice on CAA-NRC​

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Preserve, conserve India’s biodiversity, says PM Modi in Mann ki Baat

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On 62nd Mann ki Baat, PM Modi Quotes Tamil Poetess to Drive Home 'Preserve Biodiversity' Message

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TCG in talks with global firms for Odisha and Tamil Nadu mega projects

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US surpasses China to become India's top trading partner

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Navy’s MiG 29k aircraft crashes near Goa, pilot ejects safely

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'America First' Versus 'Make in India': The Major Pain Points in India-US Trade Ties

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Four Indians Aboard Cruise Ship Test Positive for Coronavirus, Total Number of Infected Indians Rises to 12

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Natural gas prices in India likely to be cut by steep 25% from April

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FPIs remain bullish on India; invest Rs 23,102 crore in February so far

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NASA Records 'Hottest Temperature' in Antarctica, Shows Shocking Images of Melting Snow

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1st Test Day 3: Boult's All-Round Show Hands New Zealand Complete Control

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IndiGo in talks with Qantas and Jetstar Airways for codeshare partnership

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'Will Modi Ensure Cheaper Oil?': Congress Unsure if 'Namaste Trump' Will Get Actual Benefits for India

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Paytm founder reveals road to profitability; may take 2 yrs to come out of red

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Digitial payment giant Paytm expects to turn profitable after two years as it is monetising the existing customer base and eyes financial services as its next major frontier for growth, its founder CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said. Noida-based firm, which had an astonishing rise after infamous demonetisation in 2016, is betting on financial services, commerce and payments as three key focus areas. In an interview with PTI, Sharma said Paytm's growth is divided into three phases - first three years of finding the right product-market fit; the next was revenue and monetisation; and the last phase will be about profitability and free cash flows. "We are in the second phase of that journey," he said. In 2015, Paytm started deploying QR codes and by 2018-19 completed its product-market fit. From 2019-20 onwards, it is monetising. "I would say at least 2 years because we are also a large dominant market share company and we wouldn't want to lose market share while becoming profitable next .....
                 

Weight Loss: Tawa-Roasted Arbi Tikki Is The Answer To Your Hunger Pangs

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Products of artisans, craftsmen at 'Hunar Haat' will be registered on govt marketing portal: Naqvi

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The Minority Affairs Ministry will get the products of artisans and craftsmen participating at the 'Hunar Haat' here registered on 'Government e-Marketplace' and is also in touch with several export promotion councils for facilitating large scale orders for them from India and abroad, Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said on Sunday. Speaking to reporters on the last day of the event, organised by his ministry, he said the 'Hunar Haat' at the India Gate Lawns, Rajpath was "historic and successful" and was visited by several dignitaries, including Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. "Today during 'Mann Ki Baat', Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated 'Hunar Haat' and artisans, craftsmen and their exquisite indigenous handmade products. By mentioning 'Hunar Haat', the prime minister has reiterated our government's commitment to promote and encourage the legacy of our indigenous arts and crafts," Naqvi said. Talking about Modi's ...
                 

Conjoined twins allowed to take class 10 exams separately

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PM: Can't have growth without gender justice

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Security personnel carry out final rehearsals ahead of Trump visit to India

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Security personnel on Sunday conducted final rehearsals on the scheduled route for the visit of US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.Union Home Minister Amit Shah also arrived in Ahmedabad on Sunday to review the final preparations for the visit of US President Donald Trump to the city on February 24.Trump is scheduled to take part in a roadshow with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and address a gathering at the Motera Stadium here. The US President is also scheduled to visit the Sabarmati Ashram. Three special chairs have been placed in the Ashram on the riverside for PM Modi, Donald Trump and his wife Melania.On Sunday, security officials from the state and central agencies as well as US secret service reached the Ashram to oversee the security details.Donald Trump and his wife Melania will depart for their high profile visit to India from the Joint Base in Maryland today evening on a two-day tour...
                 

President hails efforts of judiciary in pursuing cherished goal of gender justice

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President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday hailed the efforts of the Indian judiciary in pursuing the "cherished goal of gender justice" and said that the Supreme Court has always been "pro-active and progressive". Speaking at the International Judicial Conference 2020 - 'Judiciary and the Changing World', the president said the apex court has led "progressive social transformation" and referred to the over two decades old Vishaka guidelines for preventing sexual harassment of women at workplace. "In pursuing the cherished goal of gender justice, to mention one example, the Supreme Court of India has always been pro-active and progressive," Kovind said. "From issuing guidelines on preventing sexual harassment in the workplace two decades ago to providing directives for granting equal status to women in the Army this month, the Supreme Court of India has led progressive social transformation," the president said. Kovind expressed happiness that judgments of the Supreme Court are being now .....
                 

Veerappan's daughter, an advocate, joins BJP

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Govt defends data bill, says it has adequate safeguards

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Intemperate language no offence under sexual harassment act:HC

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The Madras High Court has observed a solitary allegation of intemperate language against a woman employee does not constitute an offence under the law on sexual harassment at work place and the act cannot be allowed to be misused with exaggerated or non-existent charges. Granting relief to a senior central government official who was accused of sexual harassment by a woman officer, it also said the Administrative Head or the Chief has every right to extract work and he or she has his or her own discretion and prerogatives. Allowing a petition by V Natarajan, Deputy Registrar of Trade Marks and GI, Intellectual Property of India, Chennai, a bench of Justices M Sathyanarayanan and R Hemalatha quashed orders of the Central Administrative Tribunal and the district Local Complaints Committee (LCC) against him. "The complainant, it appears, made a futile attempt to settle her personal score with the petitioner. Every office has to maintain certain decorum and women employees .....
                 

Don Ravi Pujari, who jumped bail, held in S Africa

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US becomes India’s top trading partner

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Delhi PWD Orders Door-to-Door Survey of Govt Flats to Find Out Illegal Occupants; Seeks Report by Tomorrow

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Centre approves levy of 28% GST on lotteries from March 1, rate notified

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Preserve, conserve India's biodiversity, says PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat

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Bumper summer crop of onion likely, markets fear significant drop in prices

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Dr Kafeel Khan's Maternal Uncle Shot Dead in Gorakhpur, Property Dispute Suspected

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Bengal Govt Increases Pension of Retired School Teachers

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Coronavirus LIVE: Four Indians on board cruise ship test positive

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Over 500 Protesters Block Delhi Road, Vow to Stay Put Till Centre Revokes CAA; Jaffrabad Metro Station Closed

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Civil Aviation Ministry Reminds Passengers the 'Etiquettes of Flying' after Seat Reclining Debate

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Why Nadella would be happy that Trump will overshadow his India visit

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UP: Newly-wed woman abducted by man from same village

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A newly-married woman was allegedly abducted from her parents' house by a man belonging to a different community in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district, police said. The woman was kidnapped from Sujru village of the district on Saturday and a case was registered after her brother lodged a complaint, Kotwali SHO Anil Kapervan said. The three accused persons, including main accused Shehzad, are absconding, the SHO said. According to the complaint, the woman got married on February 10 and had come to her parents' house for a post-marriage ritual without her husband. On Saturday, she was kidnapped by Shehzad with the help of two of his friends, it stated. The accused are residents of the same village, the SHO said, adding that a search is on for them. It is suspected that the woman and Shehzad were in a relationship before her marriage, police said...
                 

Wilder vs Fury: Fury Knocks Out Wilder To Clinch WBC Heavyweight Title

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Adline Castelino wins Miss Diva Universe 2020

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Adline Castelino has been crowned as the winner of LIVA Miss Diva Universe 2020 competition. Castelino, who hails from Mangalore, was crowned by Vartika Singh, the winner of the previous edition, at an event in YRF Studios on Saturday. She was closely followed by Aavriti Choudhary of Jabalpur who was bestowed with the title of Miss Diva Supranational by her predecessor Shefali Sood. Pune's Neha Jaiswal was crowned Miss Diva Runner-up by Roshni Sheoran. Castelino will go on to represent the country at Miss Universe later this year, while Choudhary will be India's contender for Miss Supranational pageant. The jury for the pageant included actor and former Miss Universe Lara Dutta, Anntonia Porsild, Asha Bhat, designers Shivan Bhatiya, Narresh Kukreja and Nikhil Mehra, and actors Yami Gautam, Aditya Roy Kapur and Anil Kapoor. "It has been a wonderful journey. All the girls are winners, however there can be only one winner. It was difficult for the panelists to choose that one winner from..
                 

Traffic affected in Khureji Khas due to anti-CAA protest

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Traffic movement was affected in northeast Delhi's Khureji Khas area on Monday after a large group, comprising mostly women, gathered there to protest against the CAA, police said. They said the protesters, approximately less than 100 in number, assembled on a stretch leading to the main road of Khureji Khas for a sit-in demanding roll back of the amended anti-citizenship law. "The protesters have gathered on one side of the stretch which leads to the main road. There is traffic movement but it is very slow," a senior police official said. "We have been talking to them and negotiating with them to clear the road," he said, adding that while many of the protestors have left the site, some people are still on a sit-in against the Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register of Citizens. "The protests have been peaceful so far. We hope they clear the stretch soon so that traffic movement can pick up," the official said. A sufficient number of policemen have been deployed to ensure .....
                 

Health Ministry mulling to increase legal age for tobacco consumption

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The Union Health Ministry is mulling to increase the legal age for tobacco consumption from 18 to 21 years as part of its efforts to strengthen the provisions of the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA). A legal sub-group constituted by the ministry for suggesting legal reforms for tobacco control held its meeting recently and has submitted its recommendations to the ministry. The committee, besides increasing the legal age of tobacco consumption, has also recommended increasing the fine amount for violation of rules and introducing a provision of tracking and tracking mechanism to check illicit trade of cigarette and tobacco products, an official said. According to The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS2), the mean age at initiation of tobacco use has increased from 17.9 years in GATS1 to 18.9 years, the official said. "Mostly, people take up smoking as young adults especially late in schools or colleges. Youths in the age group of 18 to 21 are susceptible to start .....
                 

UP: Woman SI alleges rape by police inspector

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A woman sub-inspector has lodged a complaint in Miranpur town here that she was raped by a police inspector on the pretext of marriage. She has been taken for a medical examination and a case was registered against Inspector Sandeep Chouhan on Saturday, SHO H N Singh said, adding that an inquiry is underway. According to the FIR, it is alleged that the woman, who is a resident of Miranpur, was raped by the accused policeman who also extorted Rs 5 lakh cash as 'engagement gift' from her. The woman has also alleged that she went to his residence in Bhopura village of Ghaziabad district in March last year where he raped her on two occasions. Their marriage was supposed to take place on April 21, 2019, the complaint stated. The accused has been demanding more dowry including Rs 10 lakh and a car, it stated. Later, the accused refused to marry her and threatened her as well. The woman is posted in Bulandshahr while the accused inspector is a resident of Shamli district and posted in .....
                 

Start taking pride in nation’s achievements, BJP tells Cong

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2 arrested for thrashing men in donkey theft incident in Jaisalmer

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Navy''s MiG-29K jet crashes off Goa coast, pilot ejects safely

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A MiG-29K aircraft of the Indian Navy crashed into the Arabian Sea off the Goa coast on Sunday morning, the Navy said. The pilot ejected safely, a Navy spokesman said, adding that an inquiry has been ordered into the incident. The aircraft was on "routine training sortie" when it crashed off the Goa coast around 10.30 am, he said. "The pilot of the aircraft ejected safely and has been recovered. An enquiry to investigate the incident has been ordered," the spokesman said in a tweet. The twin engine, single-seater aircraft developed a "technical snag" due to which it crashed, he told PTI. The aircraft had flown from the INS Hansa base at Vasco in South Goa. This is the second mishap of MiG-29K aircraft in Goa in the last three months. On November 16 last year, a MiG-29K trainer aircraft crashed outside Verna village in South Goa district. Both the pilots had then ejected safely...
                 

K’taka plans steps to avoid Amulya redux at institutes

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Unprecedented security measures in place in Delhi for Trump's visit

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ITC Maurya, the hotel where US President Donald Trump will check-in on Monday, has been brought under an unprecedented security cover with anti-sabotage teams involving the Army and paramilitary conducting checks on the routes to be taken by the visiting dignitary. Security agencies are also working in close coordination with the US Secret Service, officials said. Anti-drone detachment of NSG, snipers, elite SWAT commandos, kite catchers, canine units, sharp shooters on high-rise buildings and Parakram vans have also been deployed along the routes and areas in and around the hotel where Trump will be staying, they said. Police personnel from six districts have been deployed for the security arrangements and nearly 40 companies of Central Armed Police Forces have been pressed into action. Hundreds of high-definition CCTV cameras with night vision have been installed across the Sardar Patel Marg where hotel ITC Maurya is located to monitor the situation round-the-clock, the officials .....
                 

Schools run by DSGMC to use social robot for better hygiene practices among students

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Social robot 'Pepe' will nudge children studying in schools run by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to adopt better hygiene practices. 'Pepe'developed by researchers from the University of Glasgow in collaboration with the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University in Indiawill be used inDSGMC schoolsto givea fresh approach to hygiene, said Manjinder Singh Sirsa, president of the Committee. "Pepe robots each costing around Rs 7000 will be mounted onthe wall above hand washing stationsnear wash rooms to inspire nearly 20,000 children studying in coeducation institutionstowash their hands properly," he said. Thespeakingrobot will interact with children as they will pass by the sink and encourage them to practise proper handwashing, Sirsa said. The 12 branches of Guru Harkishan Public School, run by the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee willinstallproper hand washing machinestopromote hygiene practices among children, he said. "DSGMC willinstall hand washing stations that ...
                 

Manipur Univ VC sacked over ‘irregularities’

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Four more Indians test positive for coronavirus on cruise ship off Japan coast

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RBI alone cannot contain inflation, govt too has responsibility: Rangarajan

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Kerala Pournami Lottery RN-431 Today Results: First prize is worth Rs 70 lakh!

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India prepared to bring back cheetah, protected areas restored: Wildlife experts

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US to Enforce Rule That Could Deny Green Cards to Immigrants for Availing Benefits Like Food Stamps

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Six of top-10 cos lose Rs 29,487 cr in m-cap; Bharti Airtel top laggard

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Wall to Hide Slums, Mud Packs for Taj & Monkey Removals in Order for Trump's Arrival in India

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Watch: Elderly Pune Woman Stands on Pavement and Scolds Bikers Riding on the Footpath

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IAF flies plane on bio-fuel mixture; helps lower crude oil import, says PM

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BHU team unearths 4000-yr-old crafts village in Varanasi

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A 4000-year-old urban settlement has been unearthed by a team of the Benaras Hindu University in Varanasi, which experts say is one of the craft villages mentioned in ancient texts. The Benaras Hindu University's Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology which did a preliminary survey of the site in Babhaniyav village, 13 km from Varanasi, said they had found remnants of one of the settlements that have been mentioned in various literature surrounding the holy city. Initial survey of the site in Babhaniyav village in Varanasi district has found a temple dating back to the 5th Century AD through 8th Century AD, potteries which are 4000-year-old and walls which are 2000-year-old, said Professor A K Dubey of Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, BHU. "On the basis of the surface materials at the site we can say that the structure is anywhere between 3500 to 4000-year-old," said Dubey, who is part of the team which will excavate the site from ....
                 

AAP eyeing UP polls after thumping victory in Delhi

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After registering a thumping victory in the Delhi elections, the Aam Aadmi Party is eying the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls scheduled in 2022 and said that it will seek votes in the name of Delhi's development model. AAP spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh claimed that the BJP's "Gujarat model" was nothing compared to his party's Delhi development model. He said workers will reach out to the people in UP and tell them about party's development agenda and schemes. "We have started making ground in politically sensitive Uttar Pradesh. We are sure that the 2022 election will be contested on development agenda, and we will seek vote in the name of Delhi's development model," Singh told PTI. "The Delhi elections has proved that people are discarding politics of hatred and preferring politics of development. In the Delhi polls, 15 MLAs belong to UP and they will be given responsibility in the state to strengthen party base," he added. The AAP leader said the party will soon .....
                 

IND vs BAN: When And Where To Watch Live Telecast, Live Streaming

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Godrej Properties sells properties worth Rs 3,532 cr during Apr-Dec of FY20

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Realty firm Godrej Properties sold properties worth Rs 3,532 crore during the April-December 2019 period, up 12 per cent as compared with a year-ago period. According to an investors' presentation, the company's sales bookings stood at Rs 3,155 crore during April-December 2018. In terms of volume, Mumbai-based Godrej Properties sold nearly 52 lakh sq ft area, an increase of 3 per cent from the corresponding period of the previous year. Out of the total sales bookings of Rs 3,532 crore achieved during the first nine months of this financial year, the housing segment contributed Rs 3,471 crore. Sales of commercial properties stood at Rs 61 crore. As per the presentation, the company's net debt stood at Rs 1,089 crore. Godrej Properties has posted a 9 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit at Rs 45.46 crore for the quarter ended December as against Rs 41.63 crore a year ago. Total income rose to Rs 517.47 crore in the third quarter of this financial year as compared to Rs 430.7..
                 

Patnaik files nomination for re-election to BJD''s top post

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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday filed nomination papers seeking his re- election as the BJD president -- the post he had been holding since the regional outfit was formed on December 26, 1997. Accompanied by senior leaders, MPs and MLAs, Patnaik arrived at the state headquarters of the Biju Janata Dal, a party he founded and named after former CM and his father Biju Patnaik, and submitted papers before returning officer P K Deb for the February 26 elections, party sources said. This is for the eighth consecutive time Patnaik filed his papers for the BJD's top post. He is the lone leader to have filed nomination for the post, they said. Organizational elections are held in the BJD every three years, in accordance with the party's by-law. Other party functionaries also filed nominations for the BJD's state executive committee on Sunday, a source said, adding that the results would be declared on the day of polls. BJD MP and party spokesperson Sasmit Patra said,..
                 

Women's T20 WC: India Look To Continue Winning Momentum vs Bangladesh

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Jyotika wins fencing gold for GNDU University in Khelo India Games

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Jyotika Dutta of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, on Sunday won the epee gold in the fencing competition of the inaugural Khelo India University Games here. The 22-year-old diminutive epee specialist underlined her growing stature in the sport as she beat Linthoi Haobam of Manipur University in the final. Just back from a highly productive stint in France, at the International Fencing Federation's High Performance Centre, Jyotika used that experience to bail herself out of a tricky start. "Adversity teaches you a lot. I had some rough starts but was determined not to make the same mistakes in the knockouts," she said, brushing aside her two defeats in the group stage. Up against an opponent at least six inches taller than her in Yashkeerat Hayer, Jyotika raced to a five-point lead and completed an emphatic 15-5 win. But the final was a much tougher proposition, with Manipur's Linthoi matching her point by point. Yet, Jyotika, from Himachal Pradesh, prevailed 15-14 in a tense .....
                 

Krishna Bose, ex-MP & Netaji kin, dies at 89

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Fire at illegal PG kills 3 students in Chandigarh

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Fans Fume After Prithvi Shaw's Twin Failures In 1st Test vs New Zealand

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Central Bank of India plans to exit housing finance subsidiary

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State-run Central Bank of India is looking to sell its entire 64.40 per cent stake in its housing finance subsidiary Cent Bank Home Finance (CBHFL), a top bank official said. The lender has floated a request for proposal (RFP) for appointing merchant bankers. The shortlisted bankers will help the lender scout for a potential investor to buy its stake in the mortgage financier. "We plan to exit from Cent Bank Home Finance. The bank already provides housing loans, and so, we feel that there is no need to have a housing finance subsidiary," Central Bank of India managing director and chief executive officer, Pallav Mohapatra, told PTI. The bank holds 64.40 per cent in the unlisted housing finance company, while the remaining stake is held by Housing & Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO), Unit Trust of India (UTI) and National Housing Bank (NHB). The bank is facing operational curbs under the Reserve Bank's (RBI) prompt corrective action (PCA) framework. Mohapatra said the process ...
                 

Politely say no to NPR surveyors: Minority outfits

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