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Monthly Archives: June, 2015

Himachal State Commission asks government to disclose info in Priyanka land allocation case

By NewsGram Staff Writer The Himachal Pradesh government has been directed by the State Information Commission(SIC) to disclose information relating to Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi’s...

United States supports PM Modi’s ‘pro-business reforms’, says US official

Washington: Expressing support for "pro-business reforms" undertaken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his commitment to fighting corruption, the US has said it encouraged all...

Girls Count: Uprooting patriarchy by recognizing the role of civil society

By Rukma Singh In 1901, there were 3.2 million fewer women than men in India – a hundred years later the deficit increased over 10...

Disproportionate assets case: Virbhadra Singh and family to be questioned by CBI

By NewsGram Staff Writer Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh, and his family will be questioned by the CBI in connection with its probe into...

Section 377 criminalising ‘unnatural sex’ may be scrapped, says Sadananda Gowda

By NewsGram Staff Writer After the historic US verdict legalising same sex marriage received positive reception on social media, India may be planning to move...

Lalitgate: ED seeks info from Singapore, Mauritius

By NewsGram Staff Writer The alleged Rs 125 crore money-laundering case related to allotment of broadcasting rights for IPL matches in 2009 against Lalit Modi...

Maggi aftermath: Noodle brand Top Ramen off shelves

By NewsGram Staff Writer What began as a routine inspection of the two minute noodles, has now snowballed into a storm wiping off another major...

Greek debt crisis: Fitch, S&P downgrade rating for 4 national banks

By NewsGram Staff Writer Fitch Ratings, one of the internationally recognized statistical agencies downgraded the ratings on four major Greek banks to "restricted default" on...

NDA government insensitive to atrocities on women and used their safety issue to win election: Jagmati Sangwan

Born and brought up in Haryana, where minister's are notorious for giving culinary/sartorial reasons for rape, the journey of Jagmati Sangwan, GenSec AIDWA is nothing less than inspiring, writes Ishan Kukreti.

Vadra land deal: Probe into allocation of Gurgaon commercial licence begins

By NewsGram Staff Writer Investigation into a land deal involving Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra has begun, an official said. The investigation initiated on...

Hub of Khasi culture, Khasi Heritage Village in shambles

By NewsGram Staff Writer The hub of Khasi culture and a much awaited project of Mawphlang region, Khasi Heritage Village is currently in a miserable...

Plane crashes into US house, 3 people dead

By NewsGram Staff Writer Three people were killed when a small plane crashed into a US house on Sunday evening. The residents managed to flee...

Major Ajay Singh Jasrotia: Sacrificed his life while saving others at Kargil

By Ila Garg Kargil War Heroes - Part 6 The nation owes much to Army as it safeguards the nation from the enemies, while people sleep...

Coal block case: CBI submits probe report against Vijay Darda

New Delhi: The CBI on Monday submitted an investigation report in a court hearing a coal block allocation case involving Rajya Sabha MP Vijay...

PM Modi asked for #SelfieWithDaughters, creates a stir in the social world

By NewsGram Staff Writer On Sunday, thousands of people outpoured Twitter with selfies taken with their daughters, trending tag #SelfieWithDaughter, at the behest of Prime...

Beatlemania: The fab four’s India connection

By Gaurav Sharma The swinging sixties was an era of cultural revolution. The decade challenged social norms, customs and orthodox beliefs in order to establish...

Messi’s name saved kidnapped Argentine engineer’s life

Buenos Aires: An Argentine agricultural engineer kidnapped in Nigeria and held captive for three days in the west African country claimed using the name...

Victim of being pick-pocketed in Delhi Metro? CISF says it’s mostly women who do it

New Delhi: Be careful while travelling on the Delhi Metro as the teenage girl disguised as a student or a woman carrying a toddler could...

Colombian guerrillas to embrace Gandhism, ready for peace talks with Cuba

Havana: Colombian guerrillas are now holding peace talks with their government here in Cuba have agreed to embrace Gandhism, the Art of Living said...

BJP’s political influence diluting in West Bengal?

Kolkata, June 29 (IANS) Intense factionalism, a perceived tilt towards the Trinamool Congress and a flop show in civic polls threaten to confine the...

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Only 3% Engineer Graduates in India Get Good Tech Jobs with High Salary Packages

Only three per cent of engineer graduates in India get high-quality tech jobs with salary packages of Rs 8-10 lakh and above, according to...

Cybercriminals Increasingly Attack on Home Routers: Report

Increase in attacks targeting and leveraging routers will continue as cybercriminals are able to easily monetise these infections in secondary attacks, warns a new...

Photography Influences Karnataka Ace Lensman’s House, Sons’ Names

Passionate over photography, ace lensman Ravi Hongal has built his dream house in Karnataka's Belagavi city in the shape of a camera, while his...