Archive for October 13th, 2018

Bank as a trustee

Two words for property in Urdu — Amaanat and Jagir — have very different connotations. Amaanat implies trusteeship (you don’t own it but are a temporary custodian tasked with passing it on safely to future generations) while Jagir implies ownership (you have absolute rights with no expectations of prudence). Society allows…

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Maharashtra: 36 colleges eligible for autonomy

Mumbai Oct 13 A TOTAL of 36 colleges in the state have been found to be eligible for applying for autonomy of which 12 are affiliated to the University of Mumbai, according to data compiled by the government.

The institutes can apply to the University Grants Commission (UGC) and if…

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Rafale Deal Bears Fruit : India To Get Two Major Missile Assembly Units

New Delhi Oct 13 Amid the political allegations levelled against the Modi government by the Congress party in the Rafale deal, one state-owned company is expected to gain big from one of the two major proposals which are part of the offset of the Rafale deal, Livefist has reported…

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SG ball difficult to get lower order: Umesh Yadav

Hyderabad, Oct 13 The Indian team continued to criticise the ‘SG Test’ ball as not being ideal after pacer Umesh Yadav on Friday said the bowlers are unable to run through lower-order when it gets old.

“In India with SG Test balls on these kind of flat tracks, you…

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Astronauts from aborted Soyuz rocket to fly to ISS next spring

Moscow, Oct 13 The two astronauts aboard the Russian Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) that failed mid-air, are likely to go into space in the spring of 2019, the media reported on Friday.

The flight of Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Hague to…

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C-section births doubled globally since 2000: Lancet

Nairobi, Oct 13 The number of babies born through caesarean section (C-section) nearly doubled from 12 per cent to 21 per cent of all births between 2000 and 2015, worldwide, according to research published in The Lancet, that shed light on a huge gap in childbirth care between rich…

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Ahan’s hard work inspires me, says Athiya Shetty

New Delhi, Oct 13  Actress Athiya Shetty said her brother Ahan Shetty’s hard work and calm nature inspires her and he is her “guiding force”.

“Ahan is younger than me but I treat him as an elder brother… I actually take advice from him. He’s very calm and…

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Fusion wear trends for festive season

New Delhi, Oct 13  Every trend you follow tells many things about your personality and choices. But daily style and the festive appearance must have some differentiation. Isnt it?

Suvarna Kale – Head of Design at Blackberrys menswear and Natascha Tate – In-house Stylist, LimeRoad, share some tips for the style…

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G-20 must act to minimize spillover effects of global risks: India

New Delhi, Oct 13  G-20 nations should take coordinated action to ensure that the negative spillover effects of global risks on emerging economies are minimized, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said on Friday.

Speaking at G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meet in Bali, Indonesia, Garg…

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