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  • Man kills wife, two kids in Aurangabad

    Aurangabad : In a chilling incident a 35-year-old man strangulated his wife and two daughters in a fit of rage at village Wadgaon Kolhati in the wee hours of Tuesday. The accused, Jitendra, has been arrested. The victims have been identified as Ashwini Jitendra Dhande (28) and her daughters namely Chhaya (3) and Harshada (9 months).

  • Trade Min hopeful of RBI cutting key rates on Apr 1

    New Delhi : Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma is hopeful the Reserve Bank of India will cut interest rates to boost growth, taking into account declining inflation. “We hope that they will factor this in,” Sharma told PTI when asked whether the RBI would reduce interest rates in view of softening inflation. The RBI’s next Monetary Policy Statement is scheduled on April 1.

  • What attracts women when men dance

    Washington : A group of evolutionary biologists claim that they have figured out exactly which dance movements catch a woman’s eye.

  • Keeping an eye out for bogus voting

     Union Agriculture Minister and president of the Nationalist Congress Party Sharad Pawar has landed in trouble over his remarks over to erase the ink mark and cast a second vote for the NCP, as the Election Commission of India has taken a serious note of his observations. Apart from the embarrassment created by the controversy over Pawar’s speech, the question being discussed is whether bogus voting has become rampant in Maharashtra, which

  • Lalu’s daughter Dr Misa is a crorepati

    Patna : Misa Bharti, daughter of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, who filed her nomination papers on Tuesday for the Lok Sabha polls from Pataliputra constituency in Bihar,

  • Kalmadi extends ‘support’ to Cong Pune candidate

    Pune:  Ending speculations about his possible candidature as an independent after being denied Congress ticket for Pune Lok Sabha seat, sitting MP Suresh Kalmadi, under cloud for his alleged involvement in the CWG scam, on Tuesday announced his ‘unconditional support’ to official party candidate Vishwajeet Kadam. “It gives me immense pleasure to announce my support to Congress candidate Kadam in the best interest of Pune’s future development,” Kalmadi said.

  • WGC sees gold as an attractive hedge for emerging market risks

    MUMBAI : The World Gold Council recommends investors can use gold to hedge their against the current volatility in emerging market currencies and systemic risks, a report by the miner’s body said on Tuesday.

  • Not just men, female college students watch porn too

    Washington : Female college students are finally speaking out about the kinds of adult films they’d like to see, confirming the fact that women watch porn too.

  • Sadhu to take on sister Rabri

    Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s brother-in-law Anirudh Prasad alias Sadhu Yadav on Tuesday announced that he would contest LS polls from Saran as an Independent against his sister Rabri Devi. “I will contest from Saran as an Independent,”  said Yadav.

  • Aadhaar without ‘aadhaar’

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram had called it a game changer. Well, that game changer has been delivered yet another body blow by the highest court in the land. That is what happens when you undertake to spend thousands of crores of taxpayers’ rupees without thinking through all the pluses and minuses of a particular project. Yes, the Aadhaar card is no longer worth the paper it is printed on.

  • Aus gallery refuses to return $5 mn Shiva idol

    Sydney:  The National Gallery of Australia is refusing to return the dancing Shiva statue it purchased for $5 million from an Indian-origin antiquities dealer despite evidence that it was stolen from an Indian temple, according to IANS.  Allan Myers, chairman of the Canberra-based National Gallery of Australia (NGA) Council,  said the gallery would wait for the processes of the law to take place before deciding whether to send the statue back to

  • HUMSHAKALS FUNNIEST EVER, SAYS RITEISH

    Riteish Deshmukh has a knack for everything funny and has been a part of some great comedy films. Now with HUMSHAKALS on its way, which is directed by Sajid Khan, Riteish feels that the film is the funniest that he has ever been a part of. Riteish, who recently attended the celebrations of Vashu Bhagnani’s completion of 25 films in

  • Corporate Briefs

    I-T offices to remain open on weekends, Ugadi, Gudipadva

  • Prince Harry, girlfriend use Kazakh govt chopper on ski trip

    London : Britain’s Prince Harry took his girlfriend on a skiing trip to Kazakhstan, where they were given the use of a government helicopter to ferry them to the slopes, a media report said, according to report by

  • BACHCHAN BACK IN BUSINESS

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan was recently told to undergo a CT scan and was advised to rest completely for a few days, but the legendary actor claims that he is feeling much better following the health problem that was bothering him for a while now. The mega star who is very vocal on his blog posted, “Health issues shall always remain.

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  • your day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- You will get much liked people under you to work on projects that will increase your confidence. Don’t waste extra money on shopping unwanted things. Court matters can be resolved.

  • The Special Feature of Human Existence

    According to how we invest in our karmic life, we will get a particular type of body. There are millions of species of life. Each one facilitates a particular opportunity to get the reactions of our particular karma. The law of nature is that we become who we associate with. So according to the modes of nature we associate with, our consciousness is influenced, which creates the destiny of our soul to

  • Gandhiji’s idea of development

    Nuti Namita says that though Gandhiji’s ideas are marginalized in the current era, his philosophy is still relevant in the
    21st century India. (more…)