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75% Indians feel working for one boss 'old-fashioned'

New Delhi, Sept 18: Over 75% Indians believe that the notion of working for one employer your entire career is "old-fashioned" and so is the traditional retirement, according to a survey.

Twenty-five per cent Indians would want a second innings post-retirement in a career they love, it said.

The survey also pointed out that 84%...

Seat-sharing row: Shiv Sena rakes up issues to put BJP in dock

Mumbai, Sept 18: Amid talks of the BJP seeking more seats than the Shiv Sena for the upcoming Maharashtra polls, the Uddhav Thackeray-led party is trying to corner the senior ally over the Aarey land, induction of several political leaders and the Ram temple issues.

The BJP, however, said the Sena needs to look at things practically in view...

'Attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities have global consequences'

Washington, Sept 18: The attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities have global consequences and the UN must play its part to address threats to international peace, a senior Trump administration official has said, as US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo left for Jeddah for talks with the top Saudi leadership.

Saudi Arabia, a key American ally, leads a military...

Modi’s Birthday overshadowed flood victims’ woes: Medha Patkar

Bhopal, Sept 18: Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his supporters, social activist Medha Patkar who is leading the Narmada Bachao Andolan has said that Modi's birthday celebrations overshadowed the grief of those affected by the Sardar Sarovar Dam project.

Patkar has alleged that around 192 villages in three districts of Madhya Pradesh -- Dhar, Barwani...

Don't impose Hindi; common language not possible in India: Rajinikanth

Sept 18: Veteran actor Rajinikanth on September 18 said the concept of a common langauge in India was not possible and asserted any attempts of Hindi imposition will not be only be resisted by southern states, but even many in the North.

The actor's remarks came in response to Union Home Minister Amit Shah's recent pitch for Hindi as...

When Mamata met PM Modi's helpless wif

Kolkata, Sept 18: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wife at the city airport before boarding her flight to New Delhi and they exchanged pleasantries.

Jashodaben was leaving the city after a two-day visit to Dhanbad in neighbouring Jharkhand, a source close to the Chief Minister said.

"It was a chance...

Development should not be at cost of citizens: Aaditya

Thane, Sept 18: Asserting that development should not be at the cost of citizens and environment, Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray has said his party opposed the Nanar refinery project in Maharashtra as "sons of the soil" were against it.

The proposed Rs 3 lakh crore refinery at Nanar in the state's Ratnagiri district was scrapped earlier...

India's Pok statements threaten peace and security: Pak

Islamabad, Sept 18: Pakistan on Tuesday called on the international community to take "serious cognizance" of India’s aggressive posturing about taking ‘physical jurisdiction’ of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, saying such "irresponsible and belligerent" statements from New Delhi have the potential to further escalate tensions and seriously jeopardise peace and security in the region.

Pakistan's statement came hours after India...

Kashmir may not be major topic in Modi-Xi summit: China

Beijing, Sept 18: China on Tuesday said the Kashmir issue may not be a “major topic” of discussion during the planned 2nd informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping, notwithstanding the high voltage campaign by its close ally Pakistan over India revoking the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Tension between India and Pakistan escalated...

'Pakistan would not have existed if Savarkar was PM'

Mumbai, Sept 18: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday said Pakistan would not have come into existence had Hindutva ideologue Veer Savarkar been the country's Prime Minister at the time, and demanded that he be awarded Bharat Ratna.

Thackeray was speaking at the launch of a biography titled "Savarkar: Echoes From A Forgotten Past".