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Remembering Little Women

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Remembering Little Women

She was the first woman in Concord, USA  to register as a voter. Google today ( November 29)celebrated the birthday of one of the best-known female authors of 19th Century, Louisa May Alcott with a special Doodle displaying the characters of Little Women. Little Women was Alcott’s first and biggest success. It’s a semi-autobiographical account […]

NE states at the bottom of Biz ranking

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NE states at the bottom of Biz ranking

NEW DELHI: – Despite the stated promise of promoting India’s North Eastern states, the region continues to rank at the bottom of the pyramid as per the latest ease of doing business ranking released on Monday (October 31). Assam is ranked 24, Sikkim is at 30, and Meghalaya and Arunachal at 31. The Assessment of […]

Human Trafficking plagues Bihar

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Human Trafficking plagues Bihar

Human Trafficking is one of the major problems in Bihar. Mostly children, girls and women are the victim of human trafficking. This fuels other problems like child labour, prostitution, forced labour, bonded labour, forced marriage etc. The traffickers mostly target the people after the natural calamities because this is the time when people lose all their […]

Top of the Indian Dessert charts?

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Top of the Indian Dessert charts?

You all must be knowing that India’s spice varieties are famous worldwide, with hundreds of nations importing spice products to add flavour to their recipes. However, Indian sweets or desserts too have a touching record in lifting mood by bring smiles and sighs, where everything around seems serene and nice. With increasing penetration of e-commerce […]

Floods douse funeral pyres across North India

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Floods douse funeral pyres across North India

Holy Smoke! They’re turning rooftops into funeral pyres in the Holy City of Benaras. They’re setting funeral pyres alight in the bye-lanes of Allahabad, while in Bihar they’re crying for dry firewood to cremate their dear departed. The Monsoon floods that are ravaging the cities, have added to the tears of an already dispossessed people… […]

AN College Diamond Glitter flawed by Bacha Rai Scam

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AN College Diamond Glitter flawed by Bacha Rai Scam

Patna: The falling standards of education Bihar and the infamous ‘Bachcha Rai’ topper scam were topics that overshadowed what was supposed to be a celebration, as Patna’s   AN College celebrated its Diamond Jubilee on Saturday. The occasion coincided with the  129th birth anniversary of Bihari intellectual and freedom fighter Anugrah Narayan Sinha after whom the […]

Barak: No apology for Hiroshima; Abe: apology not required

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Barak: No apology for Hiroshima; Abe: apology not required

When US President Barack Obama visits  Hiroshima later this week, don’t expect him to apologize for the world’s first nuclear attack. Obama was clear, he would emphasize friendly ties between former enemies. But the president reiterated he would not apologize for the  attack,no matter if it was horrific. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will accompany […]

Three swimming ladies of South Asia

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Three swimming ladies of South Asia

GUWAHATI: Lianne Catherine Swan of Pakistan clinched the gold medal in the women’s 200m breaststroke in the ongoing South Asian Games in India’s city of Guwahati. Lianna Swan holds dual citizenship, British and Pakistani. She gave Pakistan its first gold at the ongoing meet. Her father is British and her mother is Pakistani. She resides […]

Jharkhand joined by Rural transport service soon

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Jharkhand joined by Rural transport service soon

Ranchi: In Jharkhand, the state cabinet amended the motor vehicles regulations so that bus and trekker services can operate in rural areas, thus linking villages with block and district headquarters as well as state and national highways.   It is proposed that under Gramin Seva Yaan, (a rural public transport service), permits will be granted […]

Why Imphal isn’t a good place to visit right now

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Why Imphal isn’t a good place to visit right now

Imphal: Hey tourists, don’t plan any visits to Manipur this month! It’s chaotic. Long lines at fuel pumps. People rushing to stores and buying up as many staples they can lay hands on. Why? Kukis and Nagas are up in arms. A 10-day blockade along Manipur’s feeder roads and another 48-hour bandh in the hill […]

SC steers clear of FTII controversy

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SC steers clear of FTII controversy

PUNE: Reacting to the Union government’s negligence over the demand of terminating actor Gajendra Chauhan’s appointment as chairperson, students at Pune’s Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) threatened to go on hunger strike. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the raging controversy. Over a hundred students of the prestigious film school have been protesting for […]

Railways rolls out Solar lit coaches

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Railways rolls out Solar lit coaches

From coal engines puffing smoke to gleaming solar-powered coaches, the Indian Railways have come a long way. Soon, Railway coaches in India may generate most of the power to run lights and fans. Indian Railways has rolled out a non-AC coach of Rewari-Sitapur passenger train lit by solar panels installed on its roof . This […]

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