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Daily EDITION : News from INDIA New England | Monday, January 4, 2016

New Englanders Usher in the New Year in Style, Fun and Masti

WALTHAM, MA—Indians in New England ushered in the New Year with private parties and large public and sold-out events across New England. Many function halls, hotels and restaurants brought in desi music and dance and all sorts food flavors and masti to welcome 2016. Read More

18 more Telugu students sent back from US

HYDERABAD– Eighteen more students from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh returned Hyderabad on Saturday after being deported by the American authorities. Read More

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We have to look ahead: Rahat after deportation episode

HYDERABAD– After the deportation drama before his performance here, Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan says he believes in letting bygones be bygones, adding that it was a “genuine error”. Read More

‘Airlift’ trailer sets up a high patriotic meter

MUMBAI– It was a moment of brief touchdown for Akshay Kumar-starrer “Airlift” with the release of the trailer, weaving a story around one man’s mission to evacuate Indians from foreign shores during troubled times along with hints of politics, diplomacy, bureaucracy, love and patriotism. Read More

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Actress Kriti of Dilwale praised for dancing skills

MUMBAI– Actress Kriti Sanon, who is basking in all the appreciation coming her way for her latest film “Dilwale”, says dancing is very close to her heart, and is elated by the response from her fan and well-wishers post her first stage performance. Read More

Tamil Movie Review: Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam: partly good, partly regressive

By Haricharan Pudipeddi
Film: “Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam”; Cast: Balakrishna Kola, Wamiqa Gabbi, Parvathy Nair, Kalyani Natarajan; Director: Gitanjali Selvaraghavan; Rating: **1/2 Read More

Former refugee bags Queen’s honor in UK

By Anasudhin Azeez
LONDON– Rami Ranger, an Indian-origin person who began his life as a refugee in Delhi during Partition but is now one of the richest men in Britain, has been honoured with the third highest title in the British honours.

Ranger, a philanthropist businessman, was awarded the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the New Year’s honours list. Read More

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Indian Muslims not attracted to Islamic State, Al-Qaeda

By Ruwa Shah
NEW DELHI– Indian Muslims have little fascination for Islamic radical groups like ISIS and Al-Qaeda, say scholars and Muslim leaders agreeing with Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s assertion that Indian Muslims were not attracted to their ideologies. Read More

Regional cuisine, healthy foods, Maggi ruled the gastronomic world

NEW DELHI-- The year 2015 has been a gastronomic delight for food lovers. Food festivals, street food, regional cuisine, TV food shows, pubs, cafes and the year-ending blessing - the return of Maggi. It's been a 'foodilicious' year! Read More

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Is your life dependent on Facebook?

NEW YORK-- If you use Facebook to read the news, play games, look at comments on your posts, or make new friends then you could have Facebook dependency, says a new study.

According to study co-author Amber Ferris, an assistant professor of communication at the University of Akron, the more we use Facebook to achieve our goals, the more dependent on it we become. Besides, those who use the social network to meet new people are found to be the most dependent on it, pulse .com .gh reported. Read More

Essential beauty tips for corporate brides

NEW DELHI-- Most brides today are busy with work deadlines, responsibilities and end up with barely any time to plan their wedding. But taking care of simple things, including the right diet, can do wonders for your skin, says an expert. Read More


US honors Pluto's historic flyby with postal stamps

WASHINGTON--The US Postal Service has released a preview of its new 2016 stamps highlighting NASA's planetary science programme, including the New Horizons' historic 2015 flyby. Read More

Plastic surgery in India has come of age, shows survey

NEW DELHI--With vanity high on the list of discretionary spending, even majority of middle class people in India today are accepting cosmetic plastic surgery as a valid scientific means of improving appearance, shows a survey.

The survey conducted by Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, here involved an analysis of the evolving attitude of more than 700 residents from Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) towards cosmetic plastic surgery. Read More


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