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    (Reuters) - A selloff in technology stocks, led by Facebook and Apple, drove down major Wall Street indexes on Monday. […]
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    (Reuters) - American International Group Inc said on Monday it will reorganize into three new business units and will no longer have separate commercial and consumer units, marking the first significant move by new Chief Executive Brian Duperreault. […]
  • Dudley sees Fed rate hikes; inflation weakness 'fading' September 25, 2017
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve is on track to gradually raise interest rates given the recent inflation weakness is fading and the U.S. economy's fundamentals are sound, an influential Fed policymaker said on Monday, reinforcing the central bank's confident tone. […]
  • Allergan boosts shares with $2 billion buyback September 25, 2017
    (Reuters) - U.S. drugmaker Allergan Plc on Monday authorized a $2 billion buyback of its common stock, sending its shares up after a week of grim news on its drug development pipeline. […]

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Caged By Nikhil Chandwani

May 2, 2014
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Caged    By Nikhil Chandwani

I asked Vani how she felt about the caged humans. “It’s painful. It’s an emotional abortion. It’s disgusting.” If that’s your answer then, “still you want to visit? “ “Yeah,” she said. “I could use some disgusting.” Dad gave his me the car when I told him I was taking Vani. He put the keys…

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Nikhil Chandwani Saffron Skies Screenplay And Scriptwriter

January 13, 2014
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Nikhil Chandwani Saffron Skies Screenplay And Scriptwriter

Press Release Nikhil Chandwani, 19, has made Nagpur Proud. Movie titled Saffron Skies carried this Nagpur lad’s name as a screenplay/script writer. This movie is produced by Joe Skorphen with distributions carried by Fox. The movie is a story of survival: a story of hope; a story of miracles. The story will inspire those suffering…

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Fall For Me – By Nikhil Chandwani

December 30, 2013
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Fall For Me – By Nikhil Chandwani

Fall for me in the morning, across the endless sky, when droplets lay cold upon the ground with beautiful clouds wandering by; or in the warming rays of sun when the farmers harvest fruit, for their newborn children, all so cute. Fall for me when I smile with a tear in my eye, when your…

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Meeting With The Futures Of India. By Amit Singh

November 22, 2013
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Meeting With The Futures Of India.  By Amit Singh

Meeting-1 Location- somewhere at the back of Chennai central Passing through hectic streets of Chennai with horrid noises of MTC buses and autos, silly slangy fights in front the TASMAC shops, hotels along the road with hoardings indicating outlandish names, “Samudra (sea) view palace” (though sea shores were miles away), walls with paintings of political…

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Nikhil Chandwani’s new poetry book: Unsung Words.

November 22, 2013
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Nikhil Chandwani’s new poetry book: Unsung Words.

 Nikhil Chandwani is coming up with a new poetry book titled Unsung Words. Nikhil Chandwani is an United Kingdom Forum Award winning poet. He was the first Indian in the past eight years to win this honour. Unsung words is published by Omji Publishing House.  The book is a collection of 55 poems of different genre.…

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“From MBBS to Engineering…” by Madhuri Varma

November 13, 2013
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“From MBBS to Engineering…”  by Madhuri Varma

“And here’s your birthday cake.” said Ananya, wishing Palvi a very happy birthday. Palvi bent and blew the candles. Just then, Ananya’s phone rang. “Yes Mom?” “Did you have your lunch?” “Yes. I am fine Mom. Don’t worry.” said Ananya. “Ok. Well, I wanted to inform you something.” “About what?” “Your name has been displayed…

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Cross Roads By Nikhil Chandwani

November 13, 2013
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Cross Roads   By Nikhil Chandwani

In March 2009 life changed for Nikhil and Ayesha. He lived in India, she lived in United States. They had both been married for a very long time, but something was hollow and missing in their relationships. The attraction and spark had gone and they had found themselves repelling away from their spouses. Love was…

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Book Series by Washington DC Author Tells New Story about “Normal” American & UK Spies Living in Russia

October 25, 2013
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Book Series by Washington DC Author Tells New Story about “Normal” American & UK Spies Living in Russia

Not a surprise, but…renting a flat from the 1st Deputy Premier of Russia!? With the renewed interest in Anna Chapman and her years in the United States living under cover, it’s not surprising that news is now filtering out about US intelligence operations in the former Soviet-Bloc and Russia. Billy Mays’ book series on his…

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Let It Rain By Nikhil Chandwani

October 23, 2013
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Let It Rain  By Nikhil Chandwani

I need rain to blind my pain to stay a secret the darkness to blanket my mistakes and pain the thunder to resonate my screams the lightening to kill me me on fire Please, let it rain.   I need to escape to feel the earth beneath my legs to feel the wind in my…

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The Silent Cry Of The Unborn Girl Child By Amit Kumar Singh

October 20, 2013
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The Silent Cry Of The Unborn Girl Child    By Amit Kumar Singh

My mother was lying on the operation table, covering a green blanket, screaming out loud in pain. She was relentlessly requesting my papa not to kill me but he turned a deaf ear to her helpless cries. He was consoling her to abort me and they can have a son soon. In the mean time…

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