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Britain spied on Argentina for 5 years: Edward Snowden

Agencies A major discloser by American whistle blower Edward Snowden claims that British government spied on Argentina between 2006 and 2011. The former analyst at NSA...

Kolkata’s maiden art biennale to showcase global artworks from April 7

By Newsgram Staff Writer Birla Academy of Art and Culture will showcase Kolkata's first international art biennale 'Calcutta Art Biennale-2015', from April 7 to April 19....

Nazi war criminal Søren Kam dies a free man at 93

  By NewsGram Staff Writer It is said that justice delayed is justice denied. But if justice fails to catch up with the culprit during his...

2002 Gujarat riot survivors denied permission to protest by police

By NewsGram Staff Writer Survivors from Naroda Patiya massacre of the infamous Gujarat riots of 2002 were denied permission to stage a protest by the...

Racial attack on Sonia Gandhi: Are Giriraj Singh’s comments the voice of India?

By Harshmeet Singh Just when the public was about to forget and move over the scathing comments of Sharad Yadav regarding India’s infatuation towards white...

Modern policing: How UP Police is planning to use drones to disperse mobs

By Newsgram Staff Writer The capital of Uttar Pradesh will soon have Drones performing a special task for Lucknow police. The aerial device will act...

How UP roadways’ Janrath Bus service will help prospective grooms

By Newsgram Staff Writer Uttar Pradesh roadways, a public sector unit under Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, will provide 2x2 AC buses called Janrath...

Al-Shabaab kills 147 in a terror attack on Kenya’s Garissa University College

Agencies The casualties of Kenya’s Garissa University College terror attack have risen to 147, according to media reports. The attack was carried by Somalia-based Al-Shabaab...

Iran nuclear agreement: Why its a good news for Indian economy

By Sakchi Srivastva A big step has been taken by the West and Iran after they signed a tentative agreement which deals with curbing Iran’s...

Smart City: Delhi to get WiFi connectivity by 2016

By Newsgram Staff Writer The Aam Aadmi Party's pet scheme of making entire Delhi WiFi enabled will now be possible in two years time. The...

Why clearing Civil Services is so important to an average Indian

By Santosh Dubey Cracking the Union Public Service Commission's examination for civil services is a dream of many Indians. People aspiring to be babus,  spend...

How sacrificial rituals take one closer to supreme reality and consciousness

By Isha Srivastva For millenniums, the ritual of sacrifice or yajna  has been considered to be a foundational religious activity of Hinduism. For the Vedic...

Want to attain salvation? Donate generously in shrines

By Ishaa Srivastava Think about how Hinduism manifests itself in large sections of our society. The idea of India is heavily impregnated with the multitude...

Why Jainism founder Lord Mahavir is called Kevlin

By Sakchi Srivastva India is a land of many religions, majority of which have their origins on this land itself. Jainism is one such religion...

Iconic Ford Mustang to make India debut

By  Newsgram Staff Writer Car lovers in India have something to cheer about. Ford is planning to bring its iconic pony car, the Mustang in...

Blast kills 17 in a protest rally against Jabar Naeemi in Afghanistan

A bomb blast in Khost province of Afghanistan on Thursday killed 17 people and injured 50. "Preliminary reports said that 17 people have lost their...

Crusade against corruption; IAS officer Ashok Khemka transferred for the 46th time in 24 years

By NewsGram Staff Writer Transport Commissioner and Secretary,Transport Department, Haryana, Ashok Khemka, has been removed from his post by the government. He is now made...

Golden dream over? California to have water rations to deal with drought

Agencies The Golden State of America, California is battling its worst drought. The worsening water crisis has forced the California Governor Jerry John Brown to...

Is Ebola curable? New vaccine evokes robust antibody responses

By Newsgram Staff Writer There's good news in the area of Ebola prevention. A preliminary human trial has found an experimental Ebola vaccine safe and...

Logic of convenience: The breakdown of cancer, cigarettes & India’s $9.9 bn industry

By Ishan Kukreti The bi-colored sticks of tobacco have given company to many a lonely, ecstatic, pensive and tense. People love to express themselves through...

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