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  • BSc Hospitality Studies and Catering Services

    Kohinoor International Management Institute, Khandala, (School of Hospitality Management) offers BSc Hospitality Studies & Catering Services (BSc HSCS) from UGC recognized University, Maharashtra and Certificate of Specialization from American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute. The Institute has a fully residential campus with separate hostel for boys and girls and state of the art training lab with air conditioned classrooms. The teaching methodology is , internationally acclaimed. For further details, please call toll

  • Two large meals a day keep sugar away

    London: For controlling weight and blood sugar, people with type 2 diabetes should have two large meals (breakfast and lunch) rather than six small meals with the same total calories, a key study has suggested, says IANS. “Eating only breakfast and lunch reduced body weight, liver fat content, fasting plasma glucose, C-peptide and glucagon, and increased OGIS (oral glucose insulin sensitivity), more than the same caloric restriction split into six

  • Foreign trade policy likely after Budget

    New Delhi:  The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is expected to announce the new five-year foreign trade policy (2009-14) after the Budget as it seeks to boost manufacturing and exports, among other things.  “The Directorate General of Foreign Trade is already doing stakeholder consultations. It is expected that the new FTP would be announced only after the Budget,” sources told PTI.  The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance, which got a clear

  • Inevitable fall-out

     Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has come to terms with the inevitable. Before his own legislators pulled the plug on him, on Saturday he sought to make a virtue of what was a clear necessity by tendering his resignation. The claim to morality was entirely bogus. It was simple power politics. Soon after the BJP and the JD (U) parted company last year over the anointment of Narendra Modi as the BJP’s

  • SBI: Not looking at setting up SPV

    New Delhi: Country’s largest bank SBI has said that it is not looking at setting up a special purpose vehicle (SPV) for its real estates, an option being considered by the Finance Ministry as a means of raising capital from markets, State Bank of India (SBI) Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya said. SBI, however, plans to set up a holding company for the purpose of raising capital.

  • Woman molested at Dadar station

    Mumbai: A 50-year-old Goregaon resident was arrested by the Government Railway police for molesting a 36-year-old woman on the Foot Over Bridge (FOB) at Dadar on Sunday. The incident occurred on the FOB between platform no. 1 and 2 at the Dadar railway station. The woman is a resident of Dombivali.

  • NaMo wave blows in the fashion world, too

    New Delhi : In the highly volatile fashion world, where style statements change with changing seasons, Modi’s wardrobe, simple yet polished, is making a wave. Of course, there is nothing literally fashionable about Modi, who is on his way to becoming India’s 14th prime minister after his party’s landslide victory; yet his style quotient is swaying the masses, says IANS.

  • What actually turns her on?

    Toronto : This is a question all males have tried to answer but failed. Not any more as researchers have unlocked the mystery of what really turns a woman on, says IANS.

  • Learn English if you want to settle in UK!

    London : Immigrants coming into the UK must learn English as part of their contributions to British society, according to the country’s first senior British Asian minister.

  • Youth’s wishlist for Modi: Jobs, safety of women

    New Delhi : The country’s youth, which came out in large numbers on election day to vote, as the BJP-led by Narendra Modi offered them hope, opportunities and security in a flagging economy, a shrinking job market and a seemingly uncaring state, now demands that the new government stick to its promises and deliver without failing.

  • Corruption

    Among the many evils that the war resurrected, the evil of corruption undoubtedly tops the list.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- Don’t create any prestige issue at work place and also at home. Minor clashes with your partner may occur. Maximum care must be taken for doctors and nurses while handling critical issues.

  • OVERCOMING THE OPPOSITION

    SUPPOSE a man goes to a magician and says, “Show me how you take a rabbit out of a hat and how you materialize things from thin air. I want to be a magician.” The magician would probably reply,“Yes, I can show you how to do it but you cannot do it. First, you must develop a supple and quick pair of hands. Your hands are slow and stiff. Magic is not