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Legendary cartoonist R.K. Laxman, creator of the iconic "The Common Man", died in a private hospital in Pune Monday evening after a brief illness, his son said. He was 94.
India-US business links were set for a quantum jump with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assurance of "consistent policies" and "welcoming environment" leading to US President Barack Obama announcing ...
President Pranab Mukherjee said Sunday that the presence of US President Barack Obama at the Republic Day parade will demonstrate to the world the growing ties of friendship and trust that bind the two democracies closely.
The "chai pe charcha' moment drew smiles when it was referred to at the joint presser, and Obama thanked the prime minister. Modi also said the two sides have decided to set up a hotline between the two leaders.
US President Barack Obama praised Narendra Modi for his "legendary work ethic", and described him as tough and stylish. He said he was also thinking of wearing a "Modi kurta"
US President Barack Obama, who is the chief guest at India's 66th Republic Day parade, laid a wreath at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial at Rajghat, New Delhi and planted a sapling in the complex on the bank of the Yamuna river Sunday.

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Dhoni: The man who defied logic
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, an unorthodox cricketer from a small town Ranchi to the most powerful man of cricket worldwide, retired from Test cricket after the Melbourne Test.
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Harnessing the power of the sun
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Looking ahead in 2015
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Wind-swept, flowing long tresses is no longer the epitome of femininity – at least not in Bollywood. But then Bollywood sets the trend for street fashion in India, as well as Indians abroad.


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Rendezvous with the BOSS: An exclusive interview with Superstar Akshay Kumar
ndian Weekender was very proud to be able to chat to Akshay Kumar about his forthcoming movie, other areas of his life, his love for martial arts and also discover the lesser known sides to a star who is in no uncertain terms – the Boss.


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Aamir Khan-starrer "PK", which has kept the cash registers ringing at the Bollywood box office since the last three weeks has crossed the Rs.300 crore figure in the country.
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Think right, and you’ll get the right job
Seeking a job in New Zealand can be disheartening. Even at the best of times you have to be prepared to accept disappointments and setbacks.


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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was charmed by the grey cuddly bundle. With a big smile, he patted the koala bear as Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott looked on smilingly
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By Adrian
I very much agree with what I just read. People do get tired and lose their attention span. Some people need to breath and some need manage out of work problems from time to time. The result of these changes will become more tired, stressed out employees and possibly even more social unrest outside of work which is not good in any long term plan. I really do like NZ first party for their common sense leadership views. Well done.
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By Sudhir Rajagopalan
The sad reality is that most kiwis are racist. In many  discussion sites ranging from topix nz,facebook, talk back radio commentsand letters to the editor, I have estimated that around 75 percent of kiwis are racist. We cannot expect to change the hearts and minds of kiwis.   However, government departments should never be racist and this is very disgraceful. The cat is now out of the bag and we now know clearly  the true ugly and racist underbelly of NZ Immigration
What kind of times did the Ramayana exist in?

By Kerushini
I strongly believe that Genesis of the Bible ties in with what is depicted as the great rulers according to ancient scriptures. Genesis 6:4 says - There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
Less talk, let's start building houses
Less talk, let's start building houses

By Oliva
They haven't done it for 6 years, so they are not going to start now, are they? Get real. People can't live where they can't afford so they need to move back to cheaper accommodation and maybe the breadwinners have to commute further or board in the city during the week. So get on with it. There are much more popular issues to deal with.

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