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Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha displays a creation by Indian ...

photo(AP) - Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha displays a creation by Indian fashion label 'Karmik' during the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2012 in Mumbai, India, Monday, March 5, 2012. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

Bollywood actress Vidya Balan pauses as she listens to a reporter's ...

photo(Reuters) - Bollywood actress Vidya Balan pauses as she listens to a reporter's question during a news conference to promote her new film "Kahaani" in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad February 29, 2012. The film is slated to be released on March 9. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

Contestant Alana Seebarran of Guyana is applauded by Bollywood ...

photo(Reuters) - Contestant Alana Seebarran of Guyana is applauded by Bollywood actor Aftab Shivdasani (R), after being crowned the new Miss India Worldwide 2012 in the 23rd edition of the pageant in Paramaribo, February 26, 2012. Contestants of Indian origin from 35 different countries competed in the Miss India Worldwide Pageant 2012. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan is escorted by the police at a ...

photo(Reuters) - Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan is escorted by the police at a police station in Mumbai February 22, 2012. Khan has been charged with assaulting two fellow diners at Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace hotel, police said on Wednesday and is currently released on bail. REUTERS/Stringer (INDIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)

  Legal abattoirs will not be touched: Yogi Adityanath
"The government will not touch those (abattoirs) which are operating as per the provisions of law and have a valid licence. But, those which are violating the orders of the NGT and playing with the health of the public would not be spared...," he asserted.
PM Modi invites Uddhav Thackeray on dinner, to discuss presidential poll strategy

Love in the time of anti-Romeo squads
The anti-Romeo squads -- a poll promise of the BJP -- have been ostensibly set up to curb cases of eve-teasing and molestation. The frequent police raids over the last three days have shooed off the young boys frequently seen revving up their bikes, checking their reflection in the mirror while waiting for a girlfriend to emerge from a college.
No decision on Greater Nagaland, says government
The ministry of home affairs clarified on Saturday that centre has not taken any decision or made any agreement to carve out a greater Nagaland with territories of states adjoining Nagaland as Assam unit of BJP vowed not to allow any compromise with Assam?s territorial integrity.
AAP writes to EC over 'EVM tampering' in Punjab

People should allow the govt to work: Mehbooba Mufti
"People have to give peace a chance and allow the government to function efficiently so that it can find solution to every problems J&K faces," she said during election meetings in Budgam district of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, which is going to bypolls on April 9.
Make UP roads pothole free by June 15, Yogi Adityanath tells PWD
Yogi Adityanath underlined the need to keep tainted firms and contractors having mafia, criminal and corrupt image away from departmental works and instead give an opportunity to those with clean image who can ensure qualitative work.
Digvijaya Singh to Rahul Gandhi: Take quick decision on AICC restructuring
Singh's comments came in the wake of the party's poor performance in the assembly polls held recently, mainly in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. "Rahul has all the qualities to lead the Congress. But I have a complaint with him. He is not taking quick decisions on restructuring the AICC," he said.
Buoyed by its emphatic win in assembly polls, BJP all set to work on new regions

Banning colour blind student from pursuing medical course is regressive: Supreme Court

  Indian Express     New Delhi TV
Grandparents Day celebrated
To celebrate the Grandparents's Day, a declamation contest was held in the primary wing of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School...
Harmeet, Parasmani win inter-bank declamation contest
State Bank of India organised an inter-bank declamation contest for the different banks of the city on Tuesday.
Forum directs LIT to allot a plot at rate prevailing 35 years ago
District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum directed the Ludhiana Improvement of Trust to allot a plot of 200 sq yd to the consumer at the rate prevailing 35 years ago and also pay Rs 10,000 as compensation for harassment and mental tension to the consumer.
Exhibition at Fab India
Fab India, a handloom clothing store, has put up an exhibition of a festive collection of block-printed Chanderi silk kurtas and dupattas at its city outlet.
Students apprised of educational avenues abroad
Desh Bhagat Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Mandi Gobindgarh, today organised a seminar on "Academia interface" with a view to bring the students face to face with educational facilities in foreign countries.
N-deal is Bofors scams sequel, says Grewal
The Bharatiya Janta Party Investor Cell, Punjab State Chief Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal termed the Indo-Nuclear deal as Bofors scam sequel and expected it to be bigger than its predecessor.
Traffic awareness drive kicks off
An traffic awareness campaign kicked off from Bhai Bala Chowk today as a part of the Jaycees Week celebrations.
Health dept to fill 5,943 posts
The Haryana Government has decided to fill up 5943 posts of various ranks in the Health Department.
Religious leaders fume as Governor refuses to meet them
A group of religious leaders, who had come from all over the state to hand over a memorandum to Haryana Governor Dr A R Kidwai...
RTI: NGOs efforts pay, officers asked to pay up
One man's tireless efforts have resulted in getting justice for an entire community in a Sonepat village recently under the Right to Information Act.
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Talk of drift, corruption is propaganda: Manmohan

Supreme Court stays return of land to unwilling farmers in Singur

23 Tamil Nadu fishermen released

Team Anna calls on Karat, other leaders

Left, RJD, SP plan indefinite, anti-Posco dharna

We have to swim against the tide in the global arena: PM

Economist PM failed to manage economy: Gadkari

Dey murder: did weapon came from Nepal?

?I am not a ?lame-duck' Prime Minister?

Environmentalists' fears over regularising Lavasa coming true

  Development for all, appeasement for none: Yogi Adityanath in Gorakhpur
"There will be no discrimination in name of caste, religion and sex. There will be overall development," Adityanath said in his address at the Maharana Pratap Inter College in Gorakhpur, his parliamentary constituency.
Delhi CM Kejriwal, 5 others put on trial in Jaitley defamation case
Jaitley had filed the complaint alleging that the accused had defamed him in a controversy regarding Delhi and District Cricket Association when he headed it for over a decade.
When Kuldeep scalped Warner courtesy Warnie's flipper!
Mature and forthright, Kuldeep on learning tips from his idol and bowling without fear against Steve Smith
Dharamsala Test: Debutant Kuldeep shines, Smith hits ton on Day 1
The 22-year-old Kuldeep, who replaced injured skipper Viart Kohli, returned figures of four for 68 in 23 overs after Australia decided to bat and made a resounding start.
'There's more to life than just marks'
At 15, she has already written two books on poetry and a novel.Meet the fascinating Zuni Chopra.
Phillauri review: Anushka shines in soul but not spirit!
Despite having many opportunities, Phillauri isn't able to make full use of them, feels Sukanya Verma.
The Aadhaar Effect: Say bye to your privacy
'In <em>1984</em>, George Orwell dreamt up the concept of a dictatorship that worked on surveillance.''The reality of 2017 goes a long way beyond everything that Orwell imagined.' says Devangshu Datta.
He is trying to turn Air India around
'It is not as bad an airline as it is made out to be: We serve wonderful food, the leg space is more, our cabin crew is warm and friendly.''The customer needs to be apprised of these things.'
India's billionaires' success mantras
Three businessmen disclose their success mantras: One belongs to an old Marwari family, another is a second generation industrialist whose father scripted an amazing rags-to-riches story and the third was a professional till one day he succumbed to the charms of entrepreneurship.
The best Indian film you will see this year
'In Angamaly Diaries, dreams, kinks, small corruptions, cheap lives, and hopes are all given their due and that attitude frees us up to believe that perhaps there is more good than bad in the sum total of us.''This is a coming-of-age tale taken straight out of a diary written in blood,' says Sreehari Nair.