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16 April, 2015 2:42 PM 12 Star Wars tech facts you almost certainly should know

From a porsche to a potato Star Wars' impact on the world of film cannot be ignored, but George Lucas' iconic sci-fi series has also been a significant player in the world of tech since 1977. From sound design to special FX, via computer games and CGI and from laser disc through to holograms, Star Wars has always been close to TechRadar's heart 31

26 March, 2015 2:38 PM Rhythms for 50 summers

There aren’t enough words to express my deep sense of gratitude to my guru and guide Shivu sir. He has been my guiding light for about twenty years now. I first met Shivu Sir, when I was in school. I did my schooling at Mahila Mandali. Everyday when I walked back home, I would see him at a watch shop, where he would come to meet his friend. I would say hello 21

13 February, 2015 12:18 PM Valentine Day as Mothers Day? Now, order withdrawn in Maharashtra

Satara (Maharashtra), Feb 13: A directive asking schools and colleges in Maharashtra's Satara district to celebrate St. Valentine's Day as "Mother's Day" was withdrawn Friday, an official said. The Wednesday circular, issued by the Satara District Education Officer(Primary) directing schools and colleges to celebrate V-Day Saturday as Mother's Day caused 4

13 February, 2015 8:11 AM Day, Satara schools, colleges told

In a bizarre move, education officials in Satara district have directed all schools and colleges to celebrate Valentine’s Day Saturday as Mother’s Day and sing poems dedicated to mothers, an official said on Friday. The stern circular, which has been accessed by IANS, ordering all schools and colleges to celebrate Valentine’s Day as Mother’s Day has kicked 2

21 January, 2015 11:10 PM Online babu-bashing no crime, SC says

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has yet again come to the rescue of common people who give vent to their anguish against official apathy on social networking sites as it said such adverse comments were not a crime under the law. Saving a Bengaluru-based couple from criminal prosecution for posting adverse comments against the police on the Bangalore Police 17

25 November, 2014 3:30 AM In Modi's India, green shoots of reform from Rajasthan

The reformist government that many Indians and free-market flag-bearers had hoped would emerge after this year's election isn't in New Delhi - at least not yet. It's a dusty day's drive to the southwest. Rajasthan, derided as a poverty-stricken laggard, has taken the lead on structural reforms that, their backers argue, could also help Asia's No.3 economy 9