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Watch: Huge wave sweeps away woman while posing for photo by the sea

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A young woman in Bali narrowly escaped death after she was swept away by a huge wave while posing on a cliff. The frightening video of the incident has gone viral on social media platforms. The dramatic video, where the woman is seen, with her arms outstretched, standing on the edge of the rock face, showing off the breathtaking view of the ocean behind her. At first, the woman thought the scenic view is a perfect opportunity for a photo but nature has its way of warning her. A huge wave then knocked her to the ground. Screams of horror can be heard in the footage while onlookers were shocked to witness the terrifying moment and scramble to safety. The woman was nowhere to be seen after the wave struck. However, the latter part of the video showed that the woman had survived and sustained minor bruises and injuries. The footage also showed that the woman was drenched and being treated for shock. Watch the video here: The near-tragedy happened at the Devil's Tear on the Indonesia..
                 

Three arrested for duping people on pretext of job

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The Delhi Police busted an online job racket in South East Delhi and arrested three persons, including two foreign nationals.The police seized Rs 66,000 worth cash as well as American currency from the possession of the accused.As per the police, the three individuals scouted on social media for those looking for jobs. On the pretext of offering jobs, the accused would dupe these job applicants and avail large amounts of money from them, they added.Meanwhile, Rampur police also busted an online fraud racket on Friday and arrested 5 people, including a lady.The arrested individuals are residents of Gurugram (Haryana) and Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh).  Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates..
                 

Guns and tourists: Aboard the unlikely India-Pakistan 'friendship bus'

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RBI defers launch of IndAs again, awaits amendments to the banking laws

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Crisis-hit Jet Airways' lenders struggle for consensus on revival plan

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Cash-strapped Jet Airways suspends services to 13 international routes till end-April

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25-year-old woman arrested for killing her newborn daughter

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A 25-year-old woman was arrested on Friday evening for allegedly killing her 16-day-old daughter here, police said. The incident had taken place Tuesday at Sundar Kamla Nagar in Sion, Central Mumbai, an official said. The 16-day-old girl had gone missing from the first floor of her parents' house when her mother Sama Ansari (25) went downstairs for some work, he said.A complaint was lodged by the newborn baby's father at the Sion police station following which a case of kidnappingunder IPC section 363 was registered, the official said. On Wednesday midnight, the girl's body was found onthe rear side of her residence, following which a case of murder after kidnapping was registered, he said. |During the investigation, the police grew suspicious about Ansari and grilled her, he said, adding she was later arrested.  However, the motive behind the murder was not yet known. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, Int..
                 

17-year-old Falls Off Crowded Mumbai Local Train After His Head Hits Electric Pole, Crushed to Death

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Jammu and Kashmir: Two terrorists killed in Bandipora` Hajin, search operation on

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TRS Lawmaker's Son To Contest Against KCR's Daughter Kavitha

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Top 10 business headlines: Jet Airways revival, Karnataka bans Ola, more

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Suspension of license 'unfortunate', says Ola

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Ola Cabs on Friday termed the suspension of its license in Karnataka 'unfortunate' while reaffirming that the company is "evaluating all options to find an amicable solution" for its driver-partners in Karnataka to continue working."We have been closely working with the authorities on this topic, responding to queries and making proactive representations to the ministry. Despite other companies continuing to operate illegally, Ola halted our bike taxi experiment weeks ago, instead seeking the state's cooperation to develop a legal framework for a pilot that will continue to take advantage of emerging opportunities in the mobility economy," the company said in a statement."This notification is unfortunate, and we look forward to an opportunity to address these concerns directly with state officials to find a solution for our driver-partners and millions of Ola users in Karnataka," it added.Ola Cabs' aggregator license was suspended for a period of six months by the Karnataka .....
                 

Vedanta protests: Families of both killed demand answers, probe on

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India raises issue of diplomats’ harassment with Pakistan

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Respect is for Bharat Mata alone

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I recommend a simple exercise for anyone who loudly proclaims how much Indians respect women. A lot of people do this routinely, running their own private 'Incredible India' campaigns for visitors from foreign lands, in much the same way that we have conned millions of foreigners into assuming we are a peace-loving nation of vegetarians. To these dubious ambassadors, I suggest the following: Follow a female Indian journalist on Twitter. The newspaper, magazine or TV channel she works for is irrelevant, so focus on gender alone. Take a day or two to evaluate the kind of messages this journalist you follow receives, especially if she makes the mistake of airing an opinion. You will learn that, in India's version of 2019, women must be seen, not heard on social media. First, there will be men who respond to anything these women say with inane counter arguments, because mansplaining is a national pastime and facts are unimportant. Sooner or later, the arguments will give way to insults, a..
                 

Shaheed Diwas 2019: Remembering Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev's Valour on 88th Martyrdom

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ED slaps Rs 14.40 lakh penalty, confiscates Rs 6.8 lakh in FEMA case against Syed Ali Shah Geelani

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Jitin Prasada, Congress rubbish reports of him joining BJP, call it `hypothetical`

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US Lawmaker Seeks Boeing Whistleblowers, Some MAX 737 Orders In Jeopardy

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India To Hold Bilateral Business Forums With Croatia, Bolivia And Chile

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Dharwad building collapse: Death toll mounts to 15

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At least 15 people have lost their lives due to the collapse of an under-construction building here on Tuesday."It has been more than 72 hours, the operation is still on. Till now, the death toll is 15," Sunil Agarwal, Additional Director General of Police (Fire and Emergency Services), Karnataka told ANI.An FIR was registered on Friday against five people, including owners of the four-storeyed building situated in Kumareshwar Nagar, namely Basavraj Nigadi, Ravi Sabrad, Mahabaleshwar Puradgudi and Gangappa Shintre, and an engineer Vivek Pawar.While the four partners of Renuka Construction surrendered before the police, Vivek Pawar was taken into custody from Maharashtra's Kolhapur.Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy had visited the site on Thursday and told the media here that several people were suspected to be trapped under the rubble. He had also said the district administration has already announced a magisterial inquiry and the government is ready to appoint a retired High .....
                 

House panel push for upward revision of creamy layer criteria in OBC quota

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Sam Pitroda has questions on Balakot, PM Modi says he kick-started Pak day

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Western Railway installs half a roof at Dadar bridge

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The BMC bridge at Dadar railway station has got half a roof, exactly like the one at Elphinstone at the time of the stampede. While the Western Railway has built a roof on its part of the bridge along with repairing the staircases, the Central Railway managers seem clueless about their role. The result is half the bridge being sheltered, and half of it open to the sun and rain. Despite closed-door eight-hour-long meetings with all stakeholders, including the state government and BMC teams chaired by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal for effective coordination and working, the ground realities remain much the same, with the Dadar bridge awaiting another tragedy. Famously known as the Phool Market bridge With no shade on half the bridge, commuters tend to crowd and rush towards the sheltered side that falls under the Western Railway. "This is exactly what had happened at Elphinstone which led to a stampede. Why can't the railways work as one unit instead of working in silos," SH Gupta, me..
                 

Here's why Alibaug resident wants Bombay HC to ban an insulting phrase

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A resident of Alibaug has urged the Bombay High Court to ban the 'derogatory' and 'humiliating' phrase 'Alibaug se aaya hai kya?' meaning 'Are you a fool?'. As per the plea, the phrase is used commonly in Maharashtra to address someone who is considered 'foolish' or naive. PIL filedThe Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed by Rajendra Thakur, a resident of Satirje village in Alibaug. His father, Madhukar Thakur, is a former Congress MLA. In his plea, Thakur has said the phrase is 'unfair' and 'humiliating' as it projected people of Alibaug as 'illiterates'. Thakur's plea states that Alibaug is a well-to-do place, a major tourist attraction, and has several 'good schools' and a high literacy rate. The plea was mentioned earlier this week before a bench of Chief Justice Naresh Patil and Justice N M Jamdar. It is likely to be taken up for hearing after two weeks. Thakur has urged the court to direct the state authorities to get the public to refrain from using this phras..
                 

Pix: Have you met our chirpy friends?

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India slams Pakistan for politicising Samjhauta Express blast case judgement

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Italy Bus Hijacker "Heard Voices" Of Drowned Migrant Children: Report

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Trump Drops New North Korea Sanctions Because He "Likes" Kim Jong Un

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Gurugram: Family members beaten over cricket game

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Govt boycotts Pak National Day, PM Modi sends greetings to people of Pakistan

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EC clears 2nd farm payout but only to those named before code

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Mumbai: CST bridge collapse reminds infra agencies to conduct audits

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The bridge collapse at CSMT seems to have sent other public infrastructure developing agencies into a tizzy. While the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has decided to conduct the structural audits of its flyovers in Mumbai, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has asked its engineering department to visit the bridges/FOBs under their jurisdiction for an inspection. "We will begin the audit of the flyovers that are with MSRDC in Mumbai and a report will be prepared soon. Expert opinion will also be sought from the IIT engineers and if any repair work needs to be done, it will be taken up immediately," said an MSRDC official. He added that the crucial Sion Circle flyover will also be shut down for traffic in a few days "for repair work related to expansion joints and bearings." It will be shut for around two months. The Mumbai Entry Point Limited - the toll collection agency appointed by MSRDC at five entry points to Mumbai - carries out th..
                 

BJP Announces 36 More Names for 2019 Polls, Sambit Patra to Contest from Puri

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Not contesting elections nor campaigning, says Salman Khan

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Hafiz Saeed hatched conspiracy to create sleeper cells, logistic bases in Delhi and Haryana: NIA

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26 Killed, 28 Injured As Bus Catches Fire On Highway In China

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Your family has three generations of criminal history: TDP Andhra chief to Jagan Reddy

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TDP Andhra Pradesh president Kimidi Kala Venkata Rao on Friday wrote an open letter to YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy saying it is "impossible" for an outsider to kill his uncle and former state minister YS Vivekananda Reddy.Vivekananda was found dead at his home on March 15 in Pulivendula. Initially, it was said that he succumbed to a cardiac arrest. However, the police, based on the investigation, stated that it was a murder.In his letter to Reddy, Venkata Rao said, "It is an open secret that your family has three generations of criminal history. It is impossible for people coming from out of your family to kill your uncle Vivekananda Reddy."Rao went on to accuse Jagan's aides of "washing out blood stains and forensic evidence", adding that the YRSCP chief 's family had an "image of criminals" in the people's eyes."Why are you playing politics of corpse when your own uncle YS Prathap Reddy saying openly that there are no doubts in YS Vivekananda Reddy murder case?" Rao asked .....
                 

IIIT-Delhi's team of 4 creates social network for meme enthusiasts

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Rahul Gandhi`s aide Sam Pitroda kick-started Pakistan National Day celebrations on behalf of Congress: PM Modi

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Caught on camera: Stage collapses at a BJP event in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal, party leaders injured

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Delhi Businessman Robbed Of Rs 1.4 Crore At Gunpoint: Police

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Dalit teen tied to tree, beaten up in Gujarat’s Patan; hunt on for accused

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Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY

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UP Man Who Dragged His Feet for 2 Years Over Alimony Pays Up After Just 5 Days in Jail

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Government should stop pretending to be Army: Akhilesh Yadav on Pulwama debate

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26 Killed, 30 Injured As Tourist Bus Catches Fire In China

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Six Candidates File Nominations In Chhattisgarh For Lok Sabha Elections

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Tesla accuses rival Chinese billionaire's engineer of stealing tech secrets

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This saffron fortress could have a new Shah

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J&K: Four hours before death, slain jawan called wife

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38-year-old chartered account goes missing from Worli over 2 days

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A 38-year-old owner of a chartered accounting firm NGST and Associates has gone missing since Wednesday afternoon. His wife Aashri has registered a missing person complaint at the Dadar police station, early Thursday morning after Navrattan Bohra did not return home by Wednesday night. A resident of Laljipada, Kandivli, Bohra left home on Wednesday at 8:30 am along with his daughter to drop her at school and then took a local train to meet his client at the Motilal Oswal office in Prabhadevi. His sister Heena told mid-day that Bohra last spoke to his mother at 2:06 pm after meeting his client. "He told her that his phone battery was draining and hence couldn't speak much. He also withdrew money from a nearby ATM and then met his uncle in Worli," Heena said. He has last checked his Whatsapp at 2:37 pm on Wednesday and the family began worrying when his phone remained switched off and he did not return home at his usual time in the evening. "We have called all his friends, colleagues, ..
                 

We need to take the drug malaise head-on

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Following the diktat of the former Police Commissioner Subodh Jaiswal, DGP of Maharashtra, the Mumbai police demolished around 259 paan beedi shops near schools and colleges in the city with the civic body in the last two months. The demolition signifies step 2 of the city police's drive against drugs. Step 1 was registration of drug-related cases. If, as an official said to this paper, the paan-beedi shops play a major role, with students starting with tobacco and cigarettes and then moving to drugs, this action is welcome and a vital cog in the clean-up wheel. We hope that along with this action, there are plenty of deterrents for youngsters to fall into the drug trap. Workshops at educational institutes must highlight the danger of addiction. This message cannot be reiterated enough and schools and colleges must never take their feet off the gas pedal when it comes to preventive measures. Parents, too, must learn to identify signs and symptoms that their children may be taking dr..
                 

Foundation Stone of Lankan Record Refinery Funded by DMK Leader's Foreign Firm to be Laid Tomorrow

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Shaheed Diwas 2019: Twitter Hails Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Thapar on Martyrs' Day

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Rear Admiral Sanjay Jasjit Singh takes charge of Indian Navy`s Western Fleet

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Shiv Sena releases first list of 21 candidates for Lok Sabha Election 2019

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Teen Kills Self One Year After Surviving The Parkland School Shooting

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Delhi Police busts online job racket, 3 held

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Dressed as Goddess Meenakshi, transgender activist files nomination from Madurai

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Transgender activist BharathiKannamma donned the avatar of Goddess Meenakshi as she filed her nomination for the upcoming LokSabha elections from Madurai.Kannamma was accompanied by two persons dressed like people belonging to the Muslim and Christian communities. She will be pitted against R. Gopalakrishnan, AIADMK's sitting MP from Madurai.Earlier this month, Kannamma had expressed apprehensions regarding the date chosen by the Election Commission for polling in Tamil Nadu, as it coincides with the Chithirai festival in Madurai as well as Koovagam Koothandavar, a 3-day long festival of transgenders.This came after representatives of the transgender community in Madurai wrote to District Collector S Natarajan seeking rescheduling of the Lok Sabha elections, which will be held on April 18 in a single phase.Speaking to ANI on March 16, Kannamma had said: "We cannot accept the dates for two reasons. First, a huge number of people throng Madurai to witness the Chithirai festival. So, .....
                 

Congress candidate denies link with Sanstha; party says will probe

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Pak National Day: Govt security screens invites and invitees; China makes its presence felt

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BMC awards contract to revamp Borivali civic hospital for Rs 481 crore

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The delay in the reconstruction of the civic-run Bhagwati Hospital at Borivali, will now cost R181 crore more than the initial estimation of R300 crore. The hospital, which was planned for 1,000 beds, will also be downsized to 500 beds, due to the rise in cost. After years of delay, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) last week gave the contract to revamp the Harilal Bhagwati Hospital, Borivali for Rs 481 crore. This is because no one came forward when the tender was floated. Overnight in 2013, patients at the hospital were shifted to a new building, as the old building was dilapidated. The staff members were transferred to Babasaheb Ambedkar Municipal hospital, also called the Kandivali Shatabdi hospital. Since then, BMC has been planning to revamp the hospital into a super multi-specialty hospital. 'No takers for tenders'Talking to mid-day, a senior BMC official said, "We have been re-tendering the development project for years but no one came forward. This led to the esca..
                 

Desi Parents Reacting to Daughter Downing a Tequila Shot is All Kinds of Relatable

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Protests Erupt in West Bengal over BJP's Lok Sabha Poll Candidate Selection

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Twitter India launches special Lok Sabha Election 2019 emoji in 12 languages

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Army to induct Dhanush howitzers, Air Force to commission Chinook choppers in service next week

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LS polls: Santosh Ahlawat to stay with BJP

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BJP leader Santosh Ahlawat, who was replaced by Narendra Khinchal to contest from Jhunjhunu seat in the upcoming Lok Sabha election, said she will stay with the party and is not planning to take part in the election as an Independent candidate.The BJP had on Thursday released a list of 16 candidates in Rajasthan for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, in which all the current parliamentarians were named, except Ahlawat.However, while talking to media here on Friday, Ahlawat said she is not upset with the party and has no plans to join any other political outfit.On the other hand, Khinchal, who is BJP's legislator from Mandawa, said his priority is to work for the people and for the welfare of Jhunjhunu.Rajasthan will go to polls on April 29 and May 6, while counting of votes will take place on May 23...
                 

J-K: 12-yr-old boy killed despite mother’s appeal to militants

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After Jamaat, Centre bans JKLF, cites separatism

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Mumbai Diary: Saturday Dossier

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Weaving a better futureIf you haven't had your fill of fashion shows this season, this one in Worli should be your next stop on Sunday. It's for a great cause because designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla have put it together in association with Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA), to celebrate 50 years of the NGO. "It is an honour to work with CPAA for the third year in a row. Cancer is treatable and beatable. Let's all be a part of this fight," the duo told this diarist. Shweta Bachchan Nanda and Karan Johar Sonam Kapoor, Karan Johar, and Shweta Bachchan Nanda will be the showstoppers for this collection titled Inheritance, an Ode to the Textiles and Embroideries of India, which uses heritage textiles from acr­oss the country as a canvas for embroideries. You can expect ba­n­d­hani tie-and-dye, Banarasi tissues, jamdanis, khadi, Assam weaves and Kanjeevaram silks, with chikankari, zardozi, gota and resham work, along with motifs like the pai­sley and lotus..
                 

Pravin Togadia's Party to Contest on 100 Lok Sabha Seats

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Why Centre banned Yasin Malik-led Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front

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God May Have Sent Donald Trump To Save Israel From Iran: Mike Pompeo

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NASA Publishes Images Of The Meteor No One Saw

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Uber Technologies picks NYSE for its mega initial public offering in April

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Like mentor, like student: Arun Jaitley flays Rahul Gandhi-aide Sam Pitroda over Balakot remarks

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23-Year-Old Man Killed By Woman's Family Over Their Relationship: Cops

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Mumbai Hit-And-Run Case Turned Out To Be Rs 40,000-Contract Killing: Cops

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Haku Shah, painter known for Gandhian principles, dies

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Why is Uday Kotak being singled out for his bank's success?

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