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PM Modi’s demonetisation brings GDP down to 6.1 per cent: Top economists stand vindicated

PM Modi’s demonetisation brings GDP down to 6.1 per cent: Top economists stand vindicated

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Barely six months after demonetisation, India's Gross Domestic Product or GDP growth rate has slumped down to 6.1 per cent in the January-March period, lowest in more than two years. This growth rate was unexpected as the Central Statistics Office earlier in January had estimated 7.1 per cent growth as compared to the 7.6 per cent in 2015-16. With this March quarter report, India lost its status as the world's fastest growing major economy. Last year, when the Prime Minister demonetised old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes it was feared that the country's economy would be severely hit. The opposition parties expressed their concerns over job loss and slow down in informal sector, but the government agencies maintained that impact would be short-term and marginal. No...
Priyanka Chopra Dresses Down Trolls After Meet With PM Modi: Foreign Media

Priyanka Chopra Dresses Down Trolls After Meet With PM Modi: Foreign Media

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NEW DELHI: Bollywood superstar Priyanka Chopra hit back at critics Wednesday for trying to shame her over a dress she wore during a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The actress was accused of "disrespecting" the prime minister by wearing a knee-length dress revealing her lower legs during an audience with PM Modi in Berlin. Priyanka was attacked on social media by critics who found the outfit unsuitable for the occasion, with many offended the 34-year-old star had not chosen to wear Indian attire. But the star of the hit American spy thriller Quantico was unapologetic, hitting back with a photo showing her and her mother wearing short dresses with the caption "legs for days.... #itsthegenes". HIGH...
This Looks An Ordinary Roadside Barrier, But Just Wait Until You See It In Action

This Looks An Ordinary Roadside Barrier, But Just Wait Until You See It In Action

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Metallic road barriers (sometimes called guard rails) are meant to keep people safe by preventing cars from going over the highway. Unfortunately, if a car hits the rail at a high enough speed, it can still cause serious damage. South Korean company ETI believes they have the answer to this problem with an innovative new design for these barriers. By using plastic rollers between the metal columns, they are able to significantly reduce the force of impact, and help keep the vehicle from turning over. It's a brilliant idea that could potentially save a lot of lives. Here's hoping this comes to roadways all over the world soon. As a result, this barrier protection prevents "Return" car becomes in itself Statement cause human injury and death. Moreover, it...
Brilliant Optical Illusions Inspire Families To Adopt Rescue Pets

Brilliant Optical Illusions Inspire Families To Adopt Rescue Pets

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There's no wrong way to inspire potential pet owners to adopt their next animal companion, rather than shop. But the more attention-grabbing method of spreading that message the better. To promote a recent pet adoption event, the Mumbai, India-based group World For All commissioned a visual campaign aimed at encouraging families to find a place in their lives for a needy animal — and what resulted couldn't be more brilliant at doing just that. The images are optical illusions, showing people framed in such a way that they form the shape of pet in the empty space between them, along with the simple tagline: "There's always room for more. Adopt." While the creativity behind these captivating images, from Amol Ja...
A 10-month-old was beaten at a Mumbai daycare and the internet started blaming the mother!

A 10-month-old was beaten at a Mumbai daycare and the internet started blaming the mother!

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In one of the most shocking incidents of 2016, a 10-month-old baby was brutally beaten by a caretaking staff at a Navi Mumbai day care. The parents of the two-year-old were shell-shocked and couldn't believe their eyes. “We could not believe our eyes while watching the CCTV footage,” said an emotional Ruchita, mother of the baby girl who couldn't even narrate the whole incident to the media. “It was inhuman. The maid was manhandling my daughter — hitting her with toys and throwing her on the mat. We just saw what she did to my baby, who knows how she is treating the other kids at the center," said her husband. Internet blames the mother The incident sent shockwaves across the country and there were comments pou...
Mom-to-Be Almost Lost Baby After Allergic Reaction to This Beauty Product

Mom-to-Be Almost Lost Baby After Allergic Reaction to This Beauty Product

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When you're pregnant, you often feel like a whole host of restrictions are placed upon you. In addition to your clothes no longer fitting, you're constantly told: "Don't eat this!" or "Don't drink that!" The final frontier for moms who want to treat themselves is usually their hair. Unfortunately, one expectant mom had an extreme allergic reaction to her hair dye that almost cost her unborn son his life.  Jess Strachan, 30, had been coloring her hair for a decade without incident, but while pregnant she had an unbelievable reaction to hair dye that frighteningly could've caused her to miscarry. The anxious mom explained the situation to Metro UK: "My hairdresser said it wasn't necessary for me to have a patch test don...
See why a Mom Made the Decision To Die And Save Unborn Son During C-Section

See why a Mom Made the Decision To Die And Save Unborn Son During C-Section

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It was supposed to be a routine procedure, until Karisa Bugal’s C-section took a terrifying turn. The mother from Colorado was discovered to have a rare condition that affects one in 100,000 deliveries. Karisa had an amniotic fluid embolism, where the fluids surrounding the baby get into the mother’s blood stream, causing all of the organs to shut down. There is no known way to prevent it. Many mothers do not survive. Just before Dr. Kelly Gerow discovered Karisa’s condition, doctors noticed her unborn son’s heart rate began to dip. The baby’s life was also at risk. Karisa had to choose between a cesarean with anesthesia, that could save the baby and kill her, or a cesarean where she was awake, which could save her and kill him. ...