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Monthly Archives: May, 2015

Canadian school massacre: At least 6000 aboriginal children slain in “cultural genocide”

The incident dates back to the 19th Century, when the Canadian government developed a policy of aggressive assimilation, advocating education of aboriginal children at church-run residential schools.

No respite from heat wave, toll crosses 2,200 In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Hyderabad: There was no respite from intense heat wave in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana on Sunday as 45 more deaths were reported from the two...

Jeddah based Indian businessman to build hospitals in Saudi Arabia

By NewsGram Staff Writer Veliyapeediakal Mohammed Ali, a Jeddah-based Indian businessman, plans to build two 100-bed hospitals in Saudi Arabia at a cost of 200...

Shimla’s most famous promenade Ridge goes WiFi

The facility, which can be accessed from Scandal Point to the Anglican Christ Church, will be available till June 7, he said.

Biased media? AAP termed ‘devil’ but no debates on LG’s moves

By Dr. Kallol Guha The tussle between the Delhi government and the Lieutenant Governor has been a topic of discussion on the news channels. The...

Reel life Krishna stays spiritual but promises to stay away from politics

By NishthaNitish Bharadwaj, who played the role of Krishna in the popular television series, 'Mahabharata' is back in action. After dabbling in film direction,...

Singapore honours Indian-origin businessman for commendable public service

Having left Mumbai at the age of 16, Banerjee worked with leading financial firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for more than 30 years, with nine years as its executive chairman, until his retirement in December 2012.

Aam Aadmi Party may not table Jan Lokpal Bill in the Budget Session of Delhi Assembly

"We don't want to rush this time. We will send the draft (of the bill) to the Centre first. Some changes have been made to the draft presented in 2014," a Delhi government official informed.

South Korea mulls visa on arrival for Indians

South Korea's Ambassador to India Joon-gyu Lee said Seoul was closely looking at a scheme for Indians similar to that India extends to their nationals.

PM Modi congratulates CBSE pass-outs, during ‘Mann Ki Baat’

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated students who passed the Central Board of Second Education (CBSE) examinations and told the student...

Ex- Foreign Minister of Singapore is new chancellor of Nalanda University

By NewsGram Staff Writer Former Singapore Foreign Minister George Yeo will be the new chancellor of Nalanda University, announced Indian external affairs ministry today. "George Yeo,...

One person dies every six seconds due to Tobacco: W.H.O.

Tobacco Kills:An undisputed fact Tobacco smoking has become a major single cause of cancer mortality around the world. According to a report by WHO, the...

No women to be recruited in combat mission: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

By NewsGram Staff Writer Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar announced on Saturday that women will not be recruited for any combat operations in armed forces due...

Kaizen: Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduces Japanese system at PMO to improve work culture

Modi has changed the work culture by introducing the practice of Kaizen, a time-tested Japanese system of 'continuous improvement' in quality, technology, processes, work culture, productivity, efficiency and leadership.

Acharya Charaka: Indian father Of Medicine, Author of Charaka Samhita “scince of Ayurveda”

By Gaurav Sharma Who is Acharya Charaka: Acharya Charaka, contributors to Ayurveda, a system of medicine and lifestyle developed in Ancient India. Most people regard Hippocrates...

World No Tobacco Day special: Smoking Hukkah more dangerous than using cigarettes

New Delhi: Seventeen-year-old Harsh Mahajan could not understand the pain in his chest while breathing or why the colour of his sputum was changing....

‘Moral cop’ Vasant Dhoble retires after 39 years of service in the force

By NewsGram Staff Writer Vasant Dhoble, after having served in the police force for 39 years, retired on Saturday. He was known as the face...

Why tribal villages in Meghalaya want to end cooperation with the state government

Shillong: Tribal village chiefs in the eastern part of Meghalaya on Saturday decided to end cooperation with the state government until it legally empowers the...

Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley enters US presidential race

Washington: Former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley on Saturday announced his bid for the 2016 US presidential race, in which he will first face tough...

Trinidad and Tobago marks 170 years of Indian arrivals

Port of Spain: Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, a person of Indian origin, has commemorated the 170th anniversary of the first arrival of...

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Identifying Mosquitoes Through App By Buzzing Sound

The high-pitched whine of a mosquito is annoying, but scientists have developed an app that uses that sound to detect dangerous mosquitoes. Mosquitoes kill hundreds...

Solomon Islands To Ban Facebook For National Unity

The government of the Solomon Islands has defended its plans to ban Facebook, insisting the move would preserve “national unity.” Ministers say the world's...

Gut Hormone Regulating Fat is Abnormal in Obesity

One key gut hormone released a few hours after eating, turns off fat production by regulating gene expression in the liver and this regulation...

50% Male Employees Agree Bias Against Women in Workplace

More than 50 percent of the men feel that there is an increased bias against women at the workplace, said a new survey. According to...