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    Hindu rashtra comment comes under Mayawati fire

    Addressing an election meet at the Indora ground here, she sought votes for all 62 BSP candidates contesting the October 21 elections. Nagpur: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati, Monday lashed out at sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat for his recent remark that Muslims were happy living in a 'Hindu rashtra'. The RSS should know that India is a secular country and for the majority of its...

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    Is raising Article 370 issue anti-national or sinful, asks Chandrakant Patil

    The Cabinet minister would also be fighting his first Assembly election from Kothrud in Pune. PUNE: State BJP president Chandrakant Patil is a man on a mission. With the Opposition in disarray, he stares at a chance of creating electoral history in the state. Taking time out from his busy campaign schedule, Mr Patil sat down with The Asian Age at his Kothrud residence...

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    Top BJP leaders from Hindi belt canvass for Shiv Sena

    According to the BJP, Ravi Kishan, the party's Gorakhpur MP and actor, will hold a roadshow at Vikhroli Park Site and Malad on Tuesday. Mumbai: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has roped in senior north Indian leaders to not only campaign for its own candidates but also to participate in the roadshows and rallies of those of the Shiv Sena. BJP leaders such as Bhojpuri...

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    India-born Professor Abhijit among 3 to get Nobel Economics Prize

    Their research helps show which investments are worth making and has the biggest impact on the lives of the poorest people. Stockholm: A trio of American economists - India-born Abhijit Banerjee of the US, French-American professor Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer - were honoured on Monday with the Nobel Economics Prize for their work in the fight against poverty, including novel...

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    Post-paid mobile phones buzz again in Kashmir

    Prepaid mobile phones and other Internet services, including WhatsApp, remain deactivated. Several mobile phones rang out simultaneously across Kashmir for the first time on Monday since August 5, bringing some relief to residents, isolated and longing to reach out to their loved ones outside the Valley and inside too since the Centre revoked Jammu and Kashmir's special status and bifurcated it...

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    Thanjavur nights: Combining classical and folk art

    Kapila Venu's performance radiated the concentrated energy she exudes. The Sangeet Natak Akademi has held all-encompassing multi- genre festivals over the last year in the different corners of India; last month their Sreshtha Bharat Sanskriti Samagam was held in Thanjavur. The festival presented discussions on classical and dance traditions of the North and South, folk, tribal and puppet...

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    Fire in Andheri building, 46 rescued

    Four fire engines, one quick response vehicle, three jumbo water tankers and an ambulance were deployed to tackle the fire and aid rescue operations. Mumbai: A major fire broke out at the 22-storey Peninsula Park commercial building on Veera Desai Road in Andheri (west) around 12.45 pm on Monday. About 46 people were safely evacuated and no injuries were reported. According to officials, the building's...

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    Ragini Devi: The first American female dancer in the male bastion of Kathakali

    Born in Michigan in the US in 1896, as Esther Sherman, she had been deeply fascinated by Indian dancing from the age of eight. Very few would know that it was Ragini Devi who was the first American female dancer who stormed the male bastion of Kathakali dance, persuading the great poet Vallathol to let her learn it at Kerala Kala Mandalam in the early 1930s! Within...

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    J&K integral part of nation, say Sufi clerics

    It also said that Kashmir is an integral part of India where Pakistan is hell-bent on creating trouble. SRINAGAR: A group of Sufi clerics from Ajmer, which was on a three-day visit to the Valley, said on Monday that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir had nothing to do with any religion as "Islam is the synonym of peace". It also said that Kashmir is an integral part of India where Pakistan...

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    Abhijit set to visit India this week, says mother

    Nobel laureate to release book in Delhi, then travel to Kolkata. Kolkata: The newly announced Nobel Laureate Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee is coming to India this week. He will release a book in New Delhi before visiting his hometown, Kolkata, his mother Nirmala Banerjee informed on Monday after the announcement of his success. Expressing her happiness, she said, "I am yet to talk to him. I...

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