Archive for May, 2017

Tricks to preserve wedding attire

New Delhi, May 28 Dry clean your wedding outfit right after your marriage ceremony is over, cover it in a clean muslin sheet and more to maintain it, says an expert.

Designer Lalit Dalmia suggests how:

* Don’t store your bridal outfit in an area where change in temperature or…

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Template for every kind of music available today: Rahman

Mumbai, May 28 (PTI) Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman says technology has made things so easy for musicians that there is a template readily available for every type of music.

Rahman, 49, spoke about the impact of technology on the working of music industry on TV show “Vh1 Music…

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Income tax department eases rules for FIs on FATCA, CRS

New Delhi, May 28 The government has eased implementation of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Common Reporting Standard (CRS) rules for financial institutions (FIs) after consultations with them, an official statement said on Friday.
To ease rules for the FIs obtain self-certification from account holders, the tax…

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Shekhar Kapur’s documentary on Mata Amritanandamayi released

Mumbai, May 28 : Renowned film-maker Shekhar Kapur on Thursday launched his new documentary on humanitarian spiritual leader, Mata Amritanandamayi, known simply as ‘Amma’ to million of her devotees, describing it a “spiritual search and scientific quest”.
The 50-minute documentary entitled “The Science of Compassion” investigates the source of…

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Complex care of older people

New Delhi May 28 The University of Southampton, U.K., is offering a master’s course which will help the youth to gain knowledge about the complexities involved in taking care of older people. The programme, offered by the Faculty of Health Sciences, will enable students to understand and respond…

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Shocking! Wrist injury ends Nadal’s French Open stint

Johannesburg, May 28 (ANI): Spanish tennis maestro Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the second major of the season, French Open, due to a left wrist injury.
Confirming the news, the 14-time Grand Slam champion said that his wrist has not yet broken, but added that it would surely…

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India,US leading initiators of anti-dumping probes in 2015:WTO

Geneva, May 28 (PTI) India, US and Brazil were the leading initiators of anti-dumping investigations in 2015, a WTO report said today.

It said that the WTO members initiated 107 new anti-dumping investigations from January to June 2015, just slightly up from 106 in the same period in…

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Nishal Desai Biswal defends India as US lawmakers get preachy

Washington May 28 It fell on Nisha Desai Biswal, Obama administration’s India-born point person for South Asia, to come to the defence of a “democratic, pluralistic, and secular” India after a hearing on Capitol Hill – just two weeks before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s fourth visit in two…

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Shah pats NDA’s back for corruption-free, balanced governance

New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): Presenting the report card on two years of the Narendra Modi government at the Centre, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Friday said the National Democratic Alliance government has provided a corruption-free governance during the period and maintained a balance between economic…

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Swaraj seeks urgent report over attack on Nigerian student in

New Delhi, May 28 (PTI) External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today sought an urgent report from the Telangana government over an attack on a 23-year-old Nigerian student in Hyderabad, an incident that took place amid outrage by African envoys here over killing of a Congolese youth.

Nigerian student…

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