Mumbai

‘Open dialogue with Kashmiri youth’

The former External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, said here on Tuesday “the youth of Kashmir are completely alienated, they do not believe in the idea of India anymore.” He was speaking at a talk organised by the Observer Research Foundation to discuss a recent report by the Concerned Citizens’ Group …

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Top cop Rakesh Maria calls it a day

Says he plans to write a book on crime detection that will highlight the hard work of the police Director General (Home Guards) Rakesh Maria, who retired after 36 years of service on Tuesday, said he had no regrets regarding the Sheena Bora murder case. The 1981 batch Indian Police …

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Techie murder explanation to be sought from Infosys

Why was no other employee working with victim, ask police Pune: The swift police action in apprehending the prime suspect notwithstanding, a number of serious questions has been raised in the aftermath of the murder of young software engineer Rasila Raju O.P., which has brought the issue of workplace safety …

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Maratha road blockade remains peaceful

The largest ‘chakka jam’ (road blockade) called by the Maratha community on Tuesday in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai to press for their demands, did not witness any untoward incident. The community has been demanding reservation, and strict punishment for the Kopardi rape accused, among other demands, for the last six …

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The H1-B Bill Introduced By The US Impacted Adversely On IT Stocks Knocking Off 4 % Amounting To Rs 33,000 Crores Market Valuation, Of Top 5 Tech Firms.

HIGHLIGHTS Top 5 Tech Companies saw an Erosion of over Rs 33,000 Crores in their Market Capitalization. H1-B is a Non-Immigrant Visa that allows US Companies to Employ Foreign Workers. According to Experts, Trump Plans to Overhaul Work-Visa Programs that Dampened Investor Mood. NEW DELHI: IT Stocks Plunged over 4% …

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Teaching the world

Wendy Kopp founded Teach For America (TFA) — which was the inspiration for Teach For India and other similar organisations across the world — in 1989, and served as its CEO until 2013. In 2007, she founded Teach For All, which is a network of non-profit organisations that follow the …

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50 flavours on the move

A young Thane resident has ambitious plans to expand his ice cream truck business Harry Potter star Rupert Grint bought an ice cream truck with his movie earnings. He’d always dreamed of it and so when he could, he did. Thane resident Parin Gala is only 21, and he owns one …

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Walking through 30 glorious years

To mark a special anniversary, SCMSophia has, for the first time, made available three decades’ worth of its magazine archives online In an era where several commercially produced print magazines have folded up, there is hope in the enduring appeal of the college publication. SCMSophia, the Social Communications Media department …

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‘You have to pay a price for having a mind of your own’

Weeks before the release of Rangoon, Kangana Ranaut talks about playing Julia — an amalgamation of women action stars of the 1940s — and the Women’s March, along with the desire to play Madhubala on screen Kangana Ranaut is in a pleasantly reflective frame of mind as she looks back …

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