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    In 2010, the IIT-IIM pedigreed Arghya Banerjee was looking for a good school for his daughter’s admission and he was disappointed with what was offered in the name of education. The result was The Levelfield School, in Hosnabad, five km from Suri, the district headquarters of Birbhum. Started with the aim of providing better-quality education at an affordable price for small-town population where Banerjee comes from, Levelfield is a labour of love for husband-wife team Arghya and Asima Banerjee.  What makes this school standout are the multiple innovations which enable the school to charge an affordable fee, while retaining the highest level of quality.

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  • Ask Ambika: Vidya Balan's Style Tips for Women With Heavy Hips

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  • Amitabh Bachchan Says Granddaughter Aaradhya Talks 'Non-Stop' - NDTV Movies

    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says his three-year-old granddaughter Aaradhya is an inquisitive child and very mature for her age. Aaradhya is the daughter of star couple Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

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  • Mani Ratnam -The king of romance?

    The long wait to see a Mani Ratnam movie is over. His O Kadhal Kanmani or OK Kanmani opened to unanimous positive reports from the youth, critics,...

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  • Five financial planning lessons from Sachin Tendulkar

    If there is one thing that unites India, irrespective of state, language, religion, caste, color and creed, it has to be Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar. The name Sachin has reverberated in our ears and souls for more than 24 years and it still has mysticism when we hear it even today, 2 long years after the great man hung up his playing boots. If we closely look at his career and personality how he went about becoming himself, we would be amazed to note some stand-out points that teach us invaluable lessons in personal finance. Sachin started playing when he could barely hold a bat.

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  • 21000 Auditions And Still Counting For Aamir Khan’s Dangal

    Aamir Khan will be seen playing a father in his next film Dangal. The director of the film, Nitesh Tiwari is certain he does not want to cast someone from the industry. The casting has been going on since a couple of months.

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  • Sony unveils Xperia Z4 smartphone to take on iPhone 6 - The Times of India

    Sony has unveiled an Xperia handset featuring an aluminium frame and a 5.2-inch screen, showing it is still in the smartphone race.

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  • Balochistan might be like Kashmir, but Pakistan is no India

    Should Kashmiris thank the Ashoka Chakra, so to speak, for being nationals of India? One does not know what to do, laugh or cry on reports that Kashmiri protesters Wednesday led by separatist leader Masarat Alam Bhat had chanted "Kashmir banega Pakistan," or Kashmir will become part of Pakistan, slogans. India Today, released a video that showed Bhat chanting slogan, with the apt caption, "The Democracy that is India.

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  • Model makeover helps skirt China autoshow crackdown

    By Sue-Lin Wong SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Amid the razzmatazz, music and crowds at the Shanghai autoshow on Monday, hundreds of attractive young women, and men, mingled among the stands and company booths, introducing the newest sedans and handing out pamphlets. For years, often skimpily dressed female models have been a staple at China's big autoshows - as much of a draw as the latest car models themselves. Indeed, as China's premier car exposition opened on Monday, the tone was more subdued, though models said many had found ways to get around the crackdown.

  • 4 things that helped make Steve Jobs so successful - The Times of India

    A vegan college dropout who took acid and traveled to India for spiritual enlightenment, Steve Jobs was the greatest businessman in history.

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  • The big Kapoor khandaan dinner

    The family brought in Babita's birthday together

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  • Beauty benefits of garlic | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    This is so because the compound works on increasing blood circulation in the scalp, which results in stimulating hair growth, keeping hair loss at bay. Other common problems that garlic tackles are itchy scalp, infections and excessive dandruff. A clove of garlic is good enough to eliminate bacteria from the skin’s surface with its anti-fungal power. Just like it’s a great remedy for acne and pimples, garlic is beneficial to keep various signs of skin ageing away, as well.

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  • AB de Villiers is Supernatural, His Knock was Obscene: Dean Jones to NDTV

    Former Australia cricketer and NDTV expert Dean Jones was in awe of South African demolisher AB de Villiers who came close to pulling off a stunning win for the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday. De Villiers smashed 41 off 11 balls, but in vain, as Mumbai edged Bangalore by 18 runs.

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  • Yemen crisis: How Air India's last flight managed to defy all odds - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Air India's last flight to rescue Indians out of war zone Yemen was possibility one of the toughest civilian flights ever undertaken by a commercial airline. Operated on April 9, the final flight saw it all — denial of permission by air traffic control to proceed to Sanaa; a spate of bird hits that left a part of the windshield covered in blood; landing at an airport teeming with gun-toting rebels and then returning to base with fuel running dangerously low. AI operated a series of flights under Operation Rahat from the beginning of this month to April 9 with its aircraft flying from Djibouti to Yemen capital Sanaa to rescue Indians and other nationalities.

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  • Airfare War Hots Up: IndiGo Offers Fares From Rs 1,399 - NDTV

    As airlines continue to woo flyers by announcing new offers time and again, IndiGo has come up with discounted all-inclusive one-way fares starting as low as Rs 1,399.

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  • REVEALED: Many years back SRK popped 'THE' question to Priyanka Chopra Video - Rediff Videos

    Watch REVEALED: Many years back SRK popped 'THE' question to Priyanka Chopra video online on Rediff Videos. More videos of shahrukh khan, proposed, priyanka chopra, affair, dating, don, gauri khan, divorce, marriage, wedding, pictures, fight, drunk are available. Watch and share videos and updates by LehrenTV.

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  • 10 Tweaks to Attract Wealth this Akshay Tritiya

    From last 5-7 years we find the newspapers, television and media afloat with jewellery advertisements convincing people to buy jewellery on Akshay Tritiya as it is considered as very auspicious day for purchasing the metal. It is indeed a very auspicious day, there’s absolutely no doubt about it. Reason being that Akshay Tritiya implies beginning anything new as akshay means anything which cannot be destroyed or which does not come to an end.

  • Everything you wanted to know about Tax on Interest Income

    Several tax payers are unsure about how to treat their interest income. How to report Interest Income? Interest income may be earned from – savings bank account, post office savings account, fixed deposits and recurring deposits.

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  • Tamannah Bhatia's jewellery brand goes live - The Economic Times

    CHENNAI: A day before the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya, actress Tamannah Bhatia's jewellery line 'Wite & Gold' has gone live. The website www.witengold.com has elegant day wear, gemstones, work wear and diamond jewellery designed by Tamannah. Asked what pulled her into the jewellery designing business, she said: "My father has been in the jewellery business for many years and I have always watched him and spent time with him.

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