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Spirituality, mysticism and festivity: All you need to know about this year's Maha Kumbh Mela at Ujjain

Spirituality, mysticism, festivity, adventure and cultural extravaganza meet on the banks of River Kshipra at Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, with the beginning of the month-long Maha Ku...

The Maneka Gandhi column: Snail mucus to placenta, your cosmetics are full of animal discard

There is nothing that humans will not use in order to make themselves more alluring. We will eat poorly, smoke, drink and sleep incorrectly, and then use all sorts of goo sourced f...

Sensex retakes 26k as global market rebounds, Nifty tops 7,900

Mumbai: In a remarkable turnaround of fortunes, a rebound in global market saw the benchmark Sensex reclaim the 26,000-mark and the NSE Nifty trade above 7,900, mainly on acro...

India narrowing gap with China on FDI inflows: Nomura

New Delhi: India may this year surpass China in attracting foreign direct investment, in terms of percentage of its GDP, as the gap in inflows between the two has been narrowi...

Murders continue unabated: Secular forces, minorities remain vulnerable in Bangladesh

Rajshahi University, Bangladesh has been known for having a pool of progressive academics with secular bent of mind fostering cultural activities. On the other hand, there are fana...

Maruti Suzuki Q4 net profit dips 11.7 percent to Rs 1,133.6 crore

The company had posted a net profit of Rs 1,284.2 crore in the same period of the previous financial year, Maruti SuzukiIndia said in a statement. "Loss of over 10,000...

Murders continue unabated: Secular forces, minorities remain vulnerable in Bangladesh

Rajshahi University, Bangladesh has been known for having a pool of progressive academics with secular bent of mind fostering cultural activities. On the other hand, there are fana...

JNU punishing rebels Kanhaiya, Anirban and Umar is travesty of justice

The JNU administration has achieved the impossible. Perhaps for the first time in JNU's history, it has united the Left and Right against a draconian decision that verges on th...
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