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Tuesday , November 13 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Festive spirit beats price pinch

The capital sported a dazzling look on the eve of Diwali as citizens stocked up on their quota of diyas, Chinese rice bulbs, crackers, sweets, snacks and even packs of cards to bring the goddess of wealth home. ...   | Read..

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Handmade happiness

This Diwali, several kids are lending a personal touch to the festival of lights. They are making gifts for their dear ones instead of buying them, finds out Smita Kumar...   | Read..

Last-hour auto rush

Car sales slipped a bit this Dhanteras compared to last year, but the surge in demand at the eleventh hour sparked a positiv...   | Read..
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