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Suit boot ki sarkar definitely better than suitcase ki sarkar: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who recently completed one year in office, has, in an exclusive interview with Smita Prakash, editor, ANI, said the opposition alleging that his government is a "suit boot ki sarkar" is definitely better and more acceptable than being labelled a "suitcase" (ki sarkar), and satirically added, that after ruling for sixty years, the Congress has suddenly remembered the poor.
Why UV radiation during heat wave is BAD for you
Data show that the ultra-violet radiation index is dangerously high in Delhi, other Indian cities.
FIFA's Blatter faces division and suspicion as fifth term begins
FIFA President Sepp Blatter began his fifth term at the helm of football's governing body on Saturday facing the daunting task of restoring public faith in an organisation tainted by allegations of corruption and deeply divided over his re-election.
PHOTOS: BJP protest outside Kejriwal's house over plans to buy 'snooping equipment'
The Aam Aadmi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday trained guns at each other as they engaged in vociferous protests on separate issues in the national capital inviting police action.
Nita & Devashish narrate a beautiful story of hope, love, laughter
Nita Doshi and Devashish Sharma share a common goal to help poor patients who cannot afford treatment for cancer.
Girl who lost both limbs scores 63 per cent in HSC exam
A student of commerce from SNDT girls college, Ghatkopar, Monika had lost both her limbs in a tragic train accident last year.
'Being at Cannes was the best time of my life'
Actress Richa Chadha can't get over her Cannes experience.
'A batsman should constantly keep working on his game'
Sachin Tendulkar has said that international batsmen should constantly work on their game in order to counter world class bowlers, as he did
FAQ: What is One Rank, One Pension?
Here are some frequently asked questions about the one rank, one pension scheme
How Ahmedabad beat the heat
Even as the death toll due to the searing heat wave mounts by the day across India, state governments are struggling to come up with ways to mitigate the suffering. The Municipal Corporation of Ahmedabad may have a lesson or two to offer.
'I have faith in the govt; gone are the days of crony capitalism'
C K Ranganathan, CMD of the $12.50 billion CavinKare, in an interview with Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com, says though he sees signs of improvement everywhere, the Modi government has a long way to go to make the country business friendly
'I'm thrilled Bombay Velvet even got made!'
Mumbai Fables author Gyan Prakash stands by its cinematic outing, Bombay Velvet.
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