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Biplab Deb said he is confident that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be elected the next prime minister of the country.(PTI)

Biplab Deb compares Mamata Banerjee to Dhritarashtra, claims BJP will defeat Kauravas in 2019 battle

Arambagh (West Bengal) | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JAN 29, 2019 06:56 PM IST
In his first election rally in West Bengal on Tuesday, Tripura CM Biplab Deb compared Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee with Dhritarashtra from Mahabharata. He said the Bengal CM “has chosen to be blind” when her own party workers are torturing people.
Children dressed as Lord Ram and Sita take a selfie during ‘Diwali’ celebrations in Ajmer.(PTI FILE PHOTO)
Children dressed as Lord Ram and Sita take a selfie during ‘Diwali’ celebrations in Ajmer.(PTI FILE PHOTO)

Science body slams ‘Kauravas were test tube babies’ claim at ISC

Jalandhar | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JAN 06, 2019 10:48 AM IST
A voluntary science body Saturday condemned the ‘Kauravas were test tube babies’ claim made in the Indian Science Congress held here, saying it was “wrong to mix mythology and science”.
Children dressed as Lord Ram and Sita take a selfie during 'Diwali' celebrations in Ajmer.(PTI FILE PHOTO)
Children dressed as Lord Ram and Sita take a selfie during 'Diwali' celebrations in Ajmer.(PTI FILE PHOTO)

Kauravas were first test-tube babies, Dashavatar better evolution theory, says Andhra University VC

Jalandhar | By Agencies
UPDATED ON JAN 05, 2019 08:49 PM IST
Andhra University vice-chancellor G Nageshwar Rao has claimed that Dashavatar, which talks about ten avatars of Lord Vishnu in Bhagavad Gita, has a better theory of evolution than Charles Darwin.
Hairy tale: Mallika Sarabhai as Draupadi in a production of the Mahabharata in 1989. This is the pivotal vastra-haran scene after which Draupadi vows to only ever tie up her hair after she has bathed it in the blood of Dushasana, the Kaurava who attempted to disrobe her.(Alamy Stock Photo)
Hairy tale: Mallika Sarabhai as Draupadi in a production of the Mahabharata in 1989. This is the pivotal vastra-haran scene after which Draupadi vows to only ever tie up her hair after she has bathed it in the blood of Dushasana, the Kaurava who attempted to disrobe her.(Alamy Stock Photo)

Excerpt: Infinite Variety; A History of Desire in India by Madhavi Menon

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 06, 2018 10:23 PM IST
Hair has been a marker of sexual attractiveness in India across gender and religions. This edited excerpt looks at the history of hairy desire in the country
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