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Who was Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha?

Over 2,500 years ago, an Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama achieved spiritual enlightenment and became the Buddha, the founder of the world's fourth-largest religion. Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha, was a philosopher and spiritual teacher who lived sometime during the sixth and fifth centuries B.C.

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Who was Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha?

Asian-Inspired Side Dishes That Will Take You All Over The Continent

Kimchi Saffron Rice Papaya Salad Scallion Pancakes Miso Soup Easy Coconut Rice Soy-Marinated Eggs Chili Oil Smashed Potatoes Aloo Gobi Air Fryer Egg Rolls Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts Sichuan-Style "Fish-Fragrant" Eggplant Homemade Samosas Gamja Jorim: Korean Potatoes Chili Oil Smashed Cucumbers Homemade Pita Bread Garlic-Sesame Sautéed Spinach (Sautéed Sigeumchi Namul)

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Asian-Inspired Side Dishes That Will Take You All Over The Continent

Indian markets end flat: Sensex down 188 pts, Nifty down 41 points

Mumbai [India], September 29 (ANI): The benchmark indices on Indian equity markets closed flat on Thursday, due to the selling pressure prevalent in global markets. The SP BSE ended 0.33 per cent lower at 56,409 level, 188 points down from the previous session while Nifty50 closed at 16,818, down 41 points.

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Indian markets end flat: Sensex down 188 pts, Nifty down 41 points

Import curbs boost Indian TV manufacturing, Viera group says

NOIDA, India Sept 29 (Reuters) - India's ban on smart TV imports two years ago, and tax incentives for domestic producers from federal government and many states, have boosted local manufacturing, said an official at Viera group, one of the fast-growing producers of smart TVs.

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Import curbs boost Indian TV manufacturing, Viera group says

Scientists rank the mammals that make the best human companions

Scientists rank the mammals that make the best human companions The animal kingdom is filled with ferocious, highly-territorial animals that are better off left alone. But nature also boasts some even-tempered animals that more easily adapt to human presence. A group of scientists attempted to study the temperament of animals to determine which ones are friendlier toward humans by assigning various scores.

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Scientists rank the mammals that make the best human companions

India govt cuts its 2022/23 planned borrowing marginally

NEW DELHI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The Indian government cut its 2022/23 planned borrowing marginally despite higher spending on food and fertiliser due to the Ukraine crisis, partly helped by buoyant tax collections. The government cut its 2022/23 gross borrowing plan to 14.21 trillion rupees ($173.91 billion) from 14.31 trillion rupees, it said in a statement on Thursday.

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India govt cuts its 2022/23 planned borrowing marginally

India's Hero MotoCorp to invest $60 mln in Zero Motorcycles

BENGALURU, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Indian bikemaker Hero MotoCorp (HROM.NS) said on Thursday it will invest $60 million in California-based Zero Motorcycles to jointly develop electric motorcycles, as it seeks to expand presence in the green mobility space. Zero is present is a "global leader" in powertrains, Hero said in its exchange filing, adding that it will launch its first electric product under its emerging mobility brand Vida on Oct. 7.

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India's Hero MotoCorp to invest $60 mln in Zero Motorcycles

‘Free condoms too?’: Indian official mocks schoolgirl for requesting sanitary pads

‘Eventually, you will expect the government to give you family planning methods, and condoms’ A civil servant in India's eastern state of Bihar was severely criticised for her "insensitive" response to a school girl's request for free sanitary napkins. At an event organised with Unicef, a teenage girl asked Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Harjot Kaur Bamhrah, why can't the government provide menstruating people with sanitary napkins worth Rs 20-30 (£0.23-£0.34).

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‘Free condoms too?’: Indian official mocks schoolgirl for requesting sanitary pads

Lottery winner who scooped £2.9million jackpot now 'wishes he had never won'

Just one week after celebrating the prize money, Anoop was forced to post a video asking people to stop harassing him and his family. A lottery winner says he regrets scooping the jackpot after being overwhelmed with pleas for financial help. Anoop, who lives in the southern Indian state of Kerala, bagged 250 million rupees (£2.9million) after his numbers came up in the state government lottery earlier this month.

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Lottery winner who scooped £2.9million jackpot now 'wishes he had never won'

The 5 perfect fall herbal teas to fight off flu and colds

Ginger. Along with lemon or orange, this spice is very valuable in the fall for its ability to prevent seasonal ills. It improves blood circulation, is rich in antioxidants, aids digestion, and reduces ailments such as nausea. Cardamom. This Indian spice helps prevent colds, coughs and clear the respiratory tract.

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The 5 perfect fall herbal teas to fight off flu and colds

'Dramatic shift' in UK weather to come as Indian blast to hit within days

While the return of the warm weather looks set to hit the UK next week, the public have been warned to make the most of the heat before a return to stormy conditions A return to warm weather is on the horizon following the coldest week of the season yet.

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'Dramatic shift' in UK weather to come as Indian blast to hit within days

PM Modi congratulates Sunil Chhetri following release of series 'Captain Fantastic'

New Delhi [India], September 29 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday congratulated legendary Indian footballer Sunil Chhetri after FIFA announced the release of a series on his life and career, saying that the move will boost the popularity of football in India.

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PM Modi congratulates Sunil Chhetri following release of series 'Captain Fantastic'

Moonlighting: Why Indian firms don't want workers to have two jobs

When Sahil (name changed on request), a software engineer based in India's capital Delhi, decided to take up a side-gig in 2019, he didn't think it was a "big deal". For the past three years - apart from his day job at one of the world's biggest tech companies - Sahil has been conducting coding interviews to screen candidates for other IT firms.

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Moonlighting: Why Indian firms don't want workers to have two jobs

Gen Anil Chauhan to take over as Chief of Defence Staff on September 30

New Delhi (India), September 28 (ANI): General Anil Chauhan will take over as the second Chief of Defence Staff on September 30. The second CDS of the Indian defence forces would be meeting military officials on Thursday and would officially take over as the new CDS on Friday, government officials told ANI.

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Gen Anil Chauhan to take over as Chief of Defence Staff on September 30

"Excited to begin our campaign in Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium," says India captain Manpreet Singh

New Delhi [India], September 28 (ANI): With the schedule being announced by FIH for the much-awaited FIH Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup Bhubaneswar-Rourkela 2023, Indian men's hockey team captain Manpreet Singh expressed his excitement about starting their campaign in the heart of Odisha's hockey belt.

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India village celebrate first resident to get goment job afta 75 years

One village for di eastern Indian state of Bihar dey celebrate afta one resident gbab goment job – di first inside 75 years. Rakesh Kumar, 30, dey appointed as primary teacher for public school. Residents share sweets and rub coloured powder for joy wen dem hear di news last week.

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India village celebrate first resident to get goment job afta 75 years

Bloke who bagged £2.9million wishes he hadn't won and is sick of people asking for help

The Indian national, known only by his first name of Anoop, won a huge £2.9million earlier this month - but he is now trying to escape the chaos the winnings have brought him A bloke who won a whopping £2.9million on the lottery has opened up about the horrors of winning such a huge amount of cash.

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Bloke who bagged £2.9million wishes he hadn't won and is sick of people asking for help

Bollywood dancers and autumnal alfresco dining - what's on at Zouk this October

Kick back on the impressive outdoor terrace or start the weekend early watching Zouk's Thursday entertainment Indian restaurant, Zouk, has upped the ante for autumn with an impressive entertainment schedule and stunning seasonal decoration enhancing its dining experiences. Every Thursday will see talented acts chase those winter blues away and keep the good vibes going, with a fantastic programme of authentic Bollywood dancers and belly dancers planned between September 15 and November 24.

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Bollywood dancers and autumnal alfresco dining - what's on at Zouk this October

Jos Buttler: I’d recall a batsman after a Mankad in World Cup final

Jos Buttler has revealed that he would recall any batsman who was dismissed via a Mankad by one of his bowlers, even if it was in the World Cup final. Buttler was asked on talkSPORT what he thought of the Mankad, named after Indian bowler Vinoo Mankad, as a mode of dismissal.

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Jos Buttler: I’d recall a batsman after a Mankad in World Cup final

Scots groom surprised Indian bride by learning Hindi in secret

Alastair Spray and Angie Tiwari found a way to combine both their cultures into a wedding to remember. Canadian radio station's hunt for mystery couple who wed at beauty spot A Scots groom surprised his Indian bride by learning Hindi in secret for his wedding speech. Alastair Spray and Angie Tiwari met on the dating app Hinge in 2018, and their whirlwind romance led them to tie the knot in June this year.

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Scots groom surprised Indian bride by learning Hindi in secret