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Don't support US-backed resolution on Lanka: Swamy to govt


Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy on Thursday said India should not support the US-backed UN resolution for an inquiry into human rights violations by Sri Lankan army following alleged surfacin

Accountant dupes firm of Rs 50 lakh in Nagpur

An accountant with a private company here has allegedly cheated his employers to the tune of Rs 50 lakh by withdrawing money after submitting bogus bills, Police said on Thursday.

Police said one

India is a land of billion opportunities: Ambani


Calling young management graduates to create a new India, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Saturday said that India is a land of billion opportunities and not a billion problems.


Teacher is an 'employee' and entitled to gratuity benefits: HC

Providing much-needed relief to a teacher whose gratuity claims were challenged by his college management, the Bombay High Court bench here has ruled that a teacher is an 'employee' and is entitled to

Nagpur man aims to unite lonely elders


Advocating the need for companionship in the autumn of life, a Nagpur octogenarian has taken up the task of mooting live-in relationships for senior citizens who are leading a lonely life after outliv

'Hyderbad has potential to become India's gateway'


Hyderabad city has the potential to become the gateway of the country, top officer of GMR Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderbad said.

"Hyderabad has less than two hours of flying time to al

Four-storey building caves in in Nagpur, many feared trapped

Seven labourers were injured when a four-storey building housing a small scale industrial unit on Monday night collapsed in Chikhli area on the city outskirts at Kalamna.

Rescue operations are in ful

Farmers threaten to donate govt aid to maoists

Refusing to accept the state government’s “paltry” `2,000-crore aid package, some farmers in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region have threatened to donate the amount, averaging `1,700 per head, to Maoists a

62.8 cm Nagpur 18-yr-old world’s shortest woman

Guinness World Records adjudicator Rob Molloy watches Jyoti Amge being measured.  — AP

A teenager from Nagpur measuring just 62.8 centimetres was named the world’s shortest living woman on Friday, eclipsing the previous record of Bridgette Jordan of the United States, set earlier this year.

Indian teen becomes shortest woman alive

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An Indian teenager measuring just 62.8 centimetres was on Friday named the world's shortest living woman, eclipsing the previous record of Bridgette Jordan of the US, set earlier this year.

Jyoti Am

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.