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Bengal minister out of hospital, ready for CBI quizzing

  Kolkata, Nov 26 : Discharged from the state-run SSKM Hospital, West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra Wednesday said he was ready to face CBI grilling if an... [ Read More ]

Opposition corners government in Rajya Sabha on black money

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : Opposition leaders attacked the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday over the issue of bringing back black money as a debate on th... [ Read More ]
No need to panic over avian flu: Kerala CM

No need to panic over avian flu: Kerala CM

  Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 26 : Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Wednesday said the outbreak of avian flu in the state was limited to three districts and there ... [ Read More ]

Ronit Roy denies doing 'Everybody Loves Raymond' spin-off

  Mumbai, Nov 26 : Actor Ronit Roy has denied rumours that he has been roped in for the Indian adaptation of the international TV sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond"... [ Read More ]

Anil Kapoor, John to attend 11th Dubai film fest

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : Hindi film celebrities Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, Nana Patekar and Paresh Rawal will attend the 11th edition of the Dubai International Film... [ Read More ]

Never refused to work with Sunny Leone: Emraan Hashmi

  Mumbai, Nov 26 : Emraan Hashmi denies that he refused to work with adult film star Sunny Leone for a special song in "Ungli". In fact, he says he'd like to work... [ Read More ]

India to appeal to AIBA to reconsider Sarita's ban

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal Wednesday said the Indian government will appeal to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) to recons... [ Read More ]

'No solution to BCCI turmoil until SC judgment'

  Panaji, Nov 26 : The Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) is in "turmoil" and its administrators won't be able to find a solution until the Supreme Court pa... [ Read More ]
Didn't say there is no respect for women in India: Sania

Didn't say there is no respect for women in India: Sania

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : India's tennis star Sania Mirza Wednesday took to Twitter to deny that she said there is no respect for women in India.Sania Mirza was appoi... [ Read More ]

Considering hotline between Indian, Chinese army HQs: Parrikar

  New Delhi, Nov 25 : India is "seriously considering" establishing a hotline connection between its and Chinese military headquarters, Defence Minister Manohar P... [ Read More ]
Bomb found in Assam train

Bomb found in Assam train

  Guwahati, Nov 24 : A powerful bomb was found in the compartment of a local train at a railway station near Guwahati Monday, a day after a powerful blast killed ... [ Read More ]
20 human skulls recovered in Odisha's Puri

20 human skulls recovered in Odisha's Puri

  Bhubaneswar, Nov 24 : As many as 20 human skulls were recovered from under a bridge in Odisha's Puri district Sunday, said a police official.The skulls were rec... [ Read More ]

BioAsia 2015 to be held Feb 2-4

  Hyderabad, Nov 26 : BioAsia 2015, the 12th edition of the annual international life sciences conference, will be held here Feb 2-4.More than 700 companies from ... [ Read More ]

Indian chemicals industry set to grow at 15 percent a year

  Mumbai, Nov 26 : The government Wednesday said that the chemical industry is expected to grow at 15 percent per annum over the next few years."The chemical indu... [ Read More ]

Alibaba to invest more in India: Jack Ma

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's founder and executive chairman Jack Ma Wednesday said he wanted to invest more in India."I myself commit ... [ Read More ]

BioAsia 2015 to be held Feb 2-4

  Hyderabad, Nov 26 : BioAsia 2015, the 12th edition of the annual international life sciences conference, will be held here Feb 2-4.More than 700 companies from ... [ Read More ]
Science should benefit common man: President

Science should benefit common man: President

  Bengaluru, Nov 25 : President Pranab Mukherjee Tuesday called upon scientists to use the Commonwealth Science Conference as a platform to generate fresh ideas t... [ Read More ]

President to inaugurate Commonwealth science meet

  Bengaluru, Nov 25 : President Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the Commonwealth Science Conference, which is being held in India for the first time, here Tuesda... [ Read More ]

Four polio workers gunned down in Pakistan

  Quetta, Nov 26 : Unidentified gunmen opened fire on a polio vaccination team near the Eastern Bypass area in Pakistan's Quetta city Wednesday, killing four heal... [ Read More ]

Egypt opens Gaza crossing temporarily

  Gaza, Nov 26 (IANS/EFE) Egypt Wednesday opened the Rafah crossing on its border with the Gaza Strip for the first time in a month, although the measure will in ... [ Read More ]

95 killed in Syria airstrikes

  Beirut, Nov 26 (IANS/EFE) At least 95 people have been killed and 120 others injured in airstrikes launched by the Syrian regime in the northeastern province of... [ Read More ]

Protests against crematorium in Bengal turn violent, 20 injured

  Siliguri, Nov 26 : At least 20 people including six policemen were injured during a clash between police and demonstrators opposing the ongoing construction of ... [ Read More ]

Bengal minister out of hospital, ready for CBI quizzing

  Kolkata, Nov 26 : Discharged from the state-run SSKM Hospital, West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra Wednesday said he was ready to face CBI grilling if an... [ Read More ]

Wearing of helmet optional for Sikh women: Delhi HC told

  New Delhi, Nov 26 : The Delhi government Wednesday informed the high court here that it has made wearing of helmet optional for Sikh women while driving a two-w... [ Read More ]

BioAsia 2015 to be held Feb 2-4

  Hyderabad, Nov 26 : BioAsia 2015, the 12th edition of the annual international life sciences conference, will be held here Feb 2-4.More than 700 companies from ... [ Read More ]

'Young adults in Indian cities not concerned about obesity'

  Mumbai, Nov 26 : Young adults in Indian cities are blissfully unaware of the dangers of obesity, a survey report here said Wednesday."The problem is a serious o... [ Read More ]

First Italian Ebola patient undergoes experimental treatment

  Rome, Nov 26 : An Italian doctor, who was flown home after testing positive for the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, is being treated with an experimental medicine ... [ Read More ]
Involve private sector in education: President

Involve private sector in education: President

  Pune, Nov 26 : President Pranab Mukherjee Wednesday called for deepening the involvement of the private sector in education and said universities such as Harvar... [ Read More ]

Mizoram takes steps to achieve 100 percent literacy

  Aizawl, Nov 26 : The Mizoram government would undertaken all efforts to achieve 100 percent literacy in the north-eastern state, a minister said Wednesday."Acco... [ Read More ]

Government working towards building national e-library

  New Delhi, Nov 19 : The government is working towards building a massive national e-library and providing wi-fi connectivity to classrooms, Amita Sharma, adviso... [ Read More ]

Sabarimala festival season begins on a high

  Sabarimala (Kerala), Nov 24 : Five days after the famed Sabarimala temple opened this season, collections recorded have gone up by 22 percent as compared with t... [ Read More ]

President hails Guru Teg Bahadur

  New Delhi, Nov 23 : President Pranab Mukherjee Sunday greeted the nation on the eve of martyrdom anniversary of Guru Teg Bahadur."On the occasion of the observa... [ Read More ]

Catholics overjoyed over sainthood to two Keralites

  Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 23 : Kerala's Catholic community was overjoyed and held special prayers as the Pope will elevate two Keralite religious leaders as saint... [ Read More ]

Al Qaeda planning bombing attacks in India?

  New Delhi, Oct 14 : Al Qaeda, the group responsible for the Sept 11, 2001, attack on New York's World Trade Center, and which had no reported presence in India ... [ Read More ]

Reduce human load to save Taj: Historian R. Nath

  Agra Sep 25 : Unless drastic measures are intiated to manage pressing crowds at the Taj Mahal and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is not fundamentally ... [ Read More ]

Lull in monsoon in Himachal

  Shimla, July 4 : There is a lull in the southwest monsoon that hit Himachal Pradesh just three days ago and similar conditions will continue till this weekend, ... [ Read More ]

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