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Nadda predictably elected unopposed as BJP president

After former BJP president Amit Shah requested PM Narendra Modi to hand over the party's charge to JP Nadda, both made it clear to other leaders the new chief was their choice
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Air India trade unions to demand VRS today

Puri had made it clear in the first meeting on 2 January that privatisation was the only option before the government to keep the airline going

Bezos pledges more to India after Modi govt snubs Amazon

After Goyal snubbed Amazon, Chauthaiwale of BJP's foreign affairs cell spelt out Washington Post as the reason for disregarding Bezos

Amazon has done no favour to India: Piyush Goyal

The union minister wondered if Amazon was investing $ 1 billion in India for deficit financing to make up for its 'questionable' losses

Debit, credit card features can now be enabled/disabled by you

The RBI has prohibited banks from issuing contactless credit and debit cards to customers by default; the user will decide what to activate

Job creation hit by slowdown: 16 lakh less payrolls in 2020

Also, migrants have been making significantly less financial contributions to their families in their places of origin from job destinations

Brands turn wary of political Deepika as brand ambassador

After Deepika's guest appearance in JNU propelled many to boycott her film, advertisers are reluctant to show her as the face of their brands

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Rajiv Malhotra’s Half-Truth On Raja Rammohun Roy

What excuse is there for a shoddy investigation into Raja Rammohun Roy by Rajiv Malhotra and his glossing over the side-lining of Sanskrit by the heroes of Hindutva?

Why size of hominid brain did not matter

Johannesburg: Yesterday, Sirf News had reported that it was found that the Neanderthals turned extinct despite the fact that their brains were, in some...

Skeleton 6″ long of 6-8-year old: Mutated human, not alien

Stanford: A bizarre human skeleton, once rumoured to have extraterrestrial origins, has gotten a rather comprehensive genomic work-up, the results of which are now...

Fish constituted bulk of early man’s diet

Lund, Scania, Sweden: Stockholm: New research at Lund University in Sweden can now show what Stone Age people actually ate in southern Scandinavia 10,000...

Modern humans interbred with more than one species of archaic counterparts

Massachusetts: Modern humans co-existed and interbred not only with Neanderthals but also with another species of archaic humans, the mysterious Denisovans. While developing a...

Africans could make glass centuries before they met Europeans

Houston, United States: Scholars from Rice University, University College London and the Field Museum have found the first direct evidence that glass was produced...
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Pandits: 30 Years Since Being Ripped Apart

Pandits say, and rightly so, that their return to Kashmir cannot be pushed without ensuring a homeland for the Islam-ravaged community for conservation of their culture

CAA: Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste

So said Winston Churchill, a lesson for sure for Prime Miniter Narendra Modi who will use the opposition's calumny over CAA to his advantage

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Dhanvantari, The Legacy Consigned To Oblivion

Why did India let the legacy of Dhanvantari, the first doctor, be lost in oblivion? Both indigenous charlatans and foreign invaders are to blame. But with the state's interest in Ayurveda rekindled, society must do everything within its capabilities to revive the science

Karva Chauth: Faith, legend behind viewing the moon through a sieve

The legend and Karva Chauth rituals vary across Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and, in south India, Andhra Pradesh

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