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Too clever by half

Kartarpur and Kashmir don’t mix; India is right in calling out Puraana Pakistan under Imran Khan Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan famously said on coming to power that he would take two steps to one by India in an effort to bring

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Dance: A Combination of Various Art Forms

On the sideline of Natya Ballet Dance Festival, Chairman of Natya Ballet Centre, Radhika Hoon tells how dance is a combination of art forms such as films and theatre. Can art connect its practitioner to the global world? When you

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An All-New Ertiga Unveiled

The all-new Ertiga is a model for the new generation. Find out why you should buy it. Last week I drove the second-generation of the Maruti-Suzuki Ertiga and posted a picture on Facebook and a friend of mine called it

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Ingredients for Christmas Plum Cakes

Ingredients such as ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and wine go into making plum cakes for Christmas. It’s that time of the year when the holiday cheer shoos away the dull winter and catches all of us in its yarn. And, in

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Chef Sweety Singh’s Delicious Punjabi Food

Chef Sweety Singh weaves magic in his delicious Punjabi recipes in his own inimitable style. While the temperature heads south the desire to devour remains constant and food from Punjab is perfect for this. With its rich ingredients like butter,

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Curtailment of Armed Forces Tribunals

The Government is acting against the interests of the military justice system by curtailing the powers and functions of the Armed Forces Tribunals. With election fever having gripped major parts of the country, television coverage of Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Critical State

The contestants’ fate in Madhya Pradesh is sealed. If Congress doesn’t win, its national campaign to unseat BJP will falter While Madhya Bharat is the preferred nomenclature among the saffron faithful for the State of Madhya Pradesh, it may help —

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Sharmila Mukerjee on Swan Lake

Noted Odissi dancer and choreographer Sharmila Mukerjee says her adaptation of the Russian ballet, Swan Lake, is a vivid communication with her audience. When Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake premiered at the Bolshoi theatre, Moscow, in 1875, there was thrill and a

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Modern Defence Systems from OFB

The Ordnance Factories Board (OFB) is crossing new milestones with its capability to design and produce modern defence systems indigenously. Its Chairman, P. K. Shrivastava shares an update on the current and future projects. How many product specific divisions and

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