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Mathur cuisine is still alive and well

The Mathur Kayasthas of Delhi have been in the city since pre-Mughal times. A talented community, who always set great store by education, Mathurs worked in the Mughal courts as munshis and scribes keeping revenue records and taking care of correspondence. Court mores and etiquette thus influenced their culture…

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Mia Bella: A whiff of fresh air in the Village

New Delhi, Sep 5 What is the one thing that comes to mind when you think of Hauz Khas Village? Food and the lake. But the overwhelming number of eateries can be a tad annoying when it comes to choosing one and you usually end up at your regular joints…

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Man United hit back at Real Madrid president

Manchester, Sep 5 English football club Manchester United has hit back in their war of words with Spanish football giants Real Madrid, stating they had submitted all their paperwork regarding goalkeeper David de Gea’s transfer before deadline.

The English club also said it is Real’s fault that the…

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Modi in Bodh Gaya

Patna, Sep 5 Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bihar’s Gaya district on Saturday to attend the concluding ceremony of the three-day international Buddhist conclave in Bodh Gaya, officials said.

Modi was received by the Bihar governor Ram Nath Kovind and Minister Shyam Razak at Gaya’s airport…

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Monument to be built on Chinese blast site

Beijing, Sep 5 A monument will be built on the site of the deadly explosions that rocked China’s Tianjin city last month, authorities announced.

Tianjin plans to build a 24-hectare park on the site of the blast and the monument will be given pride of place, Binhua New…

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Hillary Clinton refuses to apologise for using private email system

Washington, Sep 5 Hillary Clinton on Friday refused to apologise for using a private email account and server, but said she was sorry for causing confusion among the voters.

When asked whether she was sorry for exclusively using her private email account and server rather than a State Department email…

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Akhilesh orders crackdown on elements misusing social media

Lucknow, Sep 5 Rattled by the violence in Agra on Thursday following posting of objectionable posts on social media, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Friday ordered a crackdown on elements out to disrupt the social harmony in the state.

He said that the common people were using social…

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Himachal extends retirement age of award-winning teachers

Shimla, Sep 5 Himachal Pradesh extended the retirement age of national and state awardee teachers, an official said on Saturday, which is observed as Teachers’ Day.

The cabinet presided over by Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Friday decided to give an extension of two years of service to all the…

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Bollywood music composer Aadesh Shrivastava dies of cancer

Mumbai, Sep 5 Bollywood music composer and singer Aadesh Shrivastava, who was battling with cancer, passed away here on Saturday.

His cancer relapsed for the third time and he was in critical condition for over 40 days. Shrivastava breathed his last a day after he turned 49.

His brother-in…

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Outlook for Indian economy far from being bright says experts

It has been a bad week for the Indian economy. First, the GDP numbers fell, second the output of core industries decline, third the stock markets went bearish and fourth the nationwide strike organized by major trade unions savaged the economy, causing an estimated loss of thousands of crores of…

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