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Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has won millions of hearts for his cool demeanour and optimistic approach. The player once again showcased his positive attitude while answering a question pertaining to India's shameful test defeat in Centurion.
"I would say look at the positives. To win a Test match you need 20 wickets and we have taken 20 wickets. If you can't take 20 wickets, what is the next thing? You look to draw a Test match," Dhoni said.
Dhoni has retired from the test cricket which refrained...
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The actor shared...
Ravi Jadhav's Marathi film 'Nude' garnered many eyeballs when it was rejected to be screened at the International Film Festival of India due to its explicit content. The film recently appeared for CBFC certification and passed the test without any cuts.
A special jury constituted to judge the film, headed by Vijya Balan happily handed over an ‘A’ Certificate to the National Award-winning director, who couldn't be any more delighted. Extremely pleased with the film, Vidya Balan was unable to...
During a hearing on the Aadhaar issue in the Supreme Court on Thursday, senior advocate Shyam Divan made an argument that the State government cannot force a citizen to share his personal information with a private entity.
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"Here the government has multiplied the options.. the moment the government...
HM Rajnath Singh Pulls Up Officials For Delaying Civil Services Day Function By 17 Mins
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April 20 , 2017 , 13:12 IST
[caption id="attachment_232982" align="aligncenter" width="700"] HM Rajnath Singh Pulls Up Officials For Delaying Civil Services Day Function By 17 Mins[/caption]
A very dedicated Home Minister Rajnath Singh pulled up officials for a 17 minute delay in starting the Civil Services Day function at the Vigyan Bhawan.
“I reached the venue at 9.40am but the event started at 9.57am. Why? We must introspect if our level of commitment has come down,” Rajnath was quoted as saying.
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Rajnath said that since such occasions are structured events, they need to be organised in a time-efficient manner so that the time is 'honoured'.
The two-day Civil Services Day function was inaugurated by Rajnath and will include various discussions and panels culminating in the main event scheduled for Friday, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will confer awards for excellence in public administration.