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Harnaam Kaur – First Bearded Woman Ever in Fashion History

Harnaam Kaur has polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal condition that causes her to grow excess facial hair. First woman with beard of the catwalk history. This 24 years old British woman just broke out fashion stereotypes. For jewellery designer Marianna Harutunian’s show, in London, Harnaam Kaur tried her hand at …

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Indian Richie Mukesh Ambani’s Army Of Expats At Jio

Over the past six years, Reliance Industries has hired many expats to innovate and differentiate at the world’s fastest-growing Telco. Ask any Reliance Jio insider and you will be told Building TC-22 at the Jio headquarters in Navi Mumbai is where the action is. On the seventh floor is Mukesh …

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Telangana Among Top Five Exporting States In India

The youngest State of the country, Telangana tops in driving the export economy of the country along with Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Gujarat. The Economic Survey – 2018 states that these five States account for 70 per cent of exports. In the first three years itself India’s youngest state …

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Games Politics: A Scholar’s Mantra To Boost Sports In India

Former sportspersons and professionals rather than politicians and bureaucrats should drive Indian sports federations if the country’s standards are to improve, says Geoff Schoenberg, a Research Fellow at Australia’s Deakin University, whose post-doctoral work is specifically focused on sports governance in India. “One of the common things I heard from …

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InDepth Explained: What’s ‘Cooking’ In Indian Politics?

It is a fact universally known that Indians have a profound relationship with their diverse food and beverages. In the current political climate, food and beverages are often thrown into the popular political and economic discourse, puzzling citizens, and hence there is a need to understand each item and its …

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RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat Flouts Govt Order, Hoists Tricolour In Kerala

The CPI(M)-led LDF government issued a circular to all state-run and aided schools two days ago insisting that only headmasters or principals of institutions should unfurl the national flag on the Republic Day. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat unfurled the tricolour on Republic Day at a school in …

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Can Modi Free India’s Trade Policy From ‘Swadeshi’ Shackles?

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, India is likely to meet a lot of offers for free trade and investment deals. Why has the annual jamboree at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos gained so much importance at this time? As the global slowdown recedes and diplomatic stability …

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‘VHP International President Praveen Togadia Sacked’

KhabarLive had reported earlier that RSS was planning to axe Togadia for his confrontational approach against the Centre. A senior member of Margdarshak Mandal, the highest decision-making body of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), said that VHP’s international working president Praveen Togadia would be removed from his post for making remarks …

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Why Are There Still Such Few SCs, STs And OBCs At IIMs?

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) suffer from an acute social diversity deficit in their faculty composition. New data that we have obtained since we first published faculty diversity data at IIM adds even more ballast to the arguments made at the time. Out of 642 faculty members covered by …

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