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6 January, 2017 4:52 AM Experiment, take risks, be creative: Sundar Pichai's advice for students

Academics is important but not as important as it's made out to be In a candid chat with students at his alma mater IIT-Kharagpur on Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai recalled his days at the institute, his love life and also his interview with the internet giant even as he urged them to take risks and experiment with different things in life. Pichai 111

5 January, 2017 10:38 AM Captain Cool of Indian Cricket! There Will Never Be Another MS Dhoni

It's the end of an era. The passing of the baton. The end of Team India being led by arguably it's most iconic of captains. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has stepped down from his post of being the leader of the Men in Blue and with it ends one of the most glorious chapters of Indian cricket. A team, shattered by the humiliation of exiting the ICC ODI World Cup 2007 in the first 183

5 January, 2017 7:43 AM Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti 2017: Patna receives international accolades as India celebrates 350th Prakash Parv

With India paying obeisance to 10th Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj, Patna is decked-up to celebrate 350th birth anniversary of Guru Govind Singh Ji Maharaj. The main function would be held today at the iconic Gandhi Maidan, in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi would participate along with Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and several 229

24 December, 2016 11:07 PM Dishonest citizens to face ruin after December 30 deadline, PM Modi warns

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today warned of ruin for the dishonest after the expiry of December 30 deadline for depositing scrapped currency and said they should not underestimate the mood of the country against corruption. "Dishonest people, you should not underestimate the mood of 125 crore people. You will have to be afraid of it... Time has come for ruin of dishonest 135

17 December, 2016 12:24 PM Reel to real: Aamir Khan to visit an akhara in Kolhapur

The trailer and the songs along with their making from the Aamir Khan starrer Dangal has astonished the audiences and this time, it's not just that! Aamir transformed to look like the quintessential Haryanvi wrestler in his next, gaining weight and then getting back in ship shape. One of the best akharas in India is impressed by the movie's content that has been released 145

4 December, 2016 2:49 AM Amid Sugar Cane In Castro's Home Town, Life Isn't Sweet

Biran, Cuba: Not long after Fidel Castro's new government began seizing farms and cattle ranches in a voracious expropriation campaign, his mother, Lina Ruz, looked out the window one day in 1960 and saw bearded soldiers in her orange groves. She went outside to confront them with a rifle. They asked her to put the gun down and call her son. Castro had nationalized 270

2 December, 2016 2:47 PM Armed forces have healthy civil-military relationship: Navy

New Delhi, Dec 2 (PTI) The armed forces have a "healthy civil-military relationship" and it is their duty to step up and provide relief to the civilians whenever they are called upon to do so, Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said today. "We have a healthy civil-military relationship. Wherever we have gone, we have done a commendable job. Whether it was Chennai 268

30 November, 2016 1:21 AM View: Behind Rupee ban, Modi's plan to remake Indians

Back in 2014, Narendra Modi’s landslide victory was hailed by columnists in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times, who predicted that he would prove to be India’s Ronald Reagan or Margaret Thatcher, modernizing India’s economy with a revolutionary program of deregulation and privatization. Abruptly withdrawing more than 80 percent of the cash in circulation 222

26 November, 2016 6:30 AM Fidel Castro, As Seen By Allies And Enemies

Hawana: Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary leader who built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States and for five decades defied US efforts to topple him, has died, Cuban television said. He was 90. Here are some comments on Castro from his friends and foes over the years. "Castro is not just another Latin American dictator, a petty 127

24 November, 2016 7:07 AM Indian-Americans Hail Nikki Haley's Nomination As US Envoy To UN

Washington: Indian-Americans have hailed the nomination of Nikki Haley as the US envoy to the UN, saying this would further strengthen Indo-US ties under the incoming Trump administration. If confirmed, Haley, 44, would be the first ever Cabinet-level official to ever serve in any US presidential administration. This would not only bring the Indian-American 142