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    Shameful display of insensitivity after Shabana Azmi accident

    At around 4 pm on Saturday someone sent me a message. "Shabana Azmi critically injured in a road accident. Really sad."He sounded more excited for having broken the news to me, than sad. I panicked. Shabana is my hero, someone I look up to and admire beyond words, one of my dearest friends, and my most favourite actress whom I've known for 40 years. We last chatted on Friday...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Shabana is doing fine, says Javed Akhtar

    A day after the ghastly road accident which left her automobile smashed, Shabana Azmi was doing fine at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Mumbai.On Sunday all essential medical tests were done on the injured actress and there were no seeming complications.When I asked Javed Akhtar about his better-half's health on Sunday morning he replied, "Don't worry. She is in the ICU but all the...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Vikram Singh Rathore: I am only passionate about acting

    Vikram Singh Rathore, a young and upcoming actor and model, has recently bagged a major acting project in AltBalaji's 'Ragini MMS Returns 2'. In a chat with Raviraj Sinha, Vikram talks about his struggles as a model and then as an actor and what inspires him.Tell us about your journeyIt's been around 12 years into modelling and acting.During the initial years, I was studying and after my...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Travel: New Zealand, the most beautiful country in the world

    New Zealand is far off. It is far off from anywhere in the world. Travel even from its next-door neighbour Australia requires a three-hour long flight. It is seven-and-a-half hours ahead of India in time and actually involves a total of about twelve hours of flying from India to reach there. This amazing landmass has been endowed by nature, owing to its location and other climatic...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Rajasthan leads with Rs 1000 crore farmer welfare fund

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    'An Orchestra of Minorities': A slow spiral into darkness

    That we are dying from the moment we are born is no secret, more like ancient wisdom to mark our limited chance here; on Earth and among our pairs. Then, it is probably what we make out of this chance that matters most.How we live the time and the relations we built, the passions we ignite in us. Or the contrary, opinions divided on the subject. Especially among those like Chinonso,...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    Scindia flays Piyush Goyal's remarks on Amazon, says India desperately needs investment

    Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Sunday termed as "unfortunate" Union minister Piyush Goyal's 'Amazon not doing any favour' remarks, and said such statements would do no good to the country as it desperately needs investments to come out of the "worrisome" economic condition.He also said that there was a need to attract...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports

    The Congress on Sunday expressed apprehension over the government's reported bid to revamp official statistics to account for the unorganised sector, saying no attempt should be made to "artificially boost" the rate of growth.The government has suddenly expressed alarm and a "revamp of official statistics" is being proposed because it believes...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    JNUSU to move high court on Monday for quashing new hostel manual

    The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union on Sunday said it will approach the Delhi High Court on January 20 seeking a direction for quashing the new hostel manual which has provisions for fee hike.In a statement, the students' body said it will be filing the plea on Monday against the Inter-Hall Administration manual which, it claimed, was passed "illegally" in...

    • 14 hrs ago
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    Rajasthan govt to bring in assembly resolution against implementation of CAA in state

    The Congress-ruled Rajasthan has decided to bring in an assembly resolution against the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the state in the budget session beginning on January 24.The resolution is likely to be passed on the very first day of the session, government sources said."The state government is mulling over bringing a resolution...

    • 14 hrs ago

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