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Monthly Archives: August, 2015

Police step-up efforts to hunt killers of Kannada rationalist scholar

By NewsGram Staff Writer Dharwad (Karnataka): Police in Karnataka have increased efforts to reach the killers of renowned Kannada scholar-turned-journalist M.M. Kalburgi, as they work...

B.R. Ambedkar’s London house to be converted into a memorial

By NewsGram Staff Writer After India signed a deal worth $3.1 million to acquire the bungalow of the Dalit icon Dr. B.R. Amdebkar, the latter...

Student politics: Is JNU going through a DU-isation and vice-versa

By Sagar Sethi ‘Neither Hindi nor English, friends I know only one language, and that is the language of Movement!’ says DSF’s Lenin Red in...

10,000 partition stories to be added to ‘The 1947 Partition Archives’

By NewsGram Staff Writer Washington: During India-Pakistan partition in 1947, Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah sent a message to renowned Indian author Khushwant Singh asking...

‘Hindu women should not marry outside community’ says Niranjan Jyoti

By NewsGram Staff Writer The woman famous for giving the choice between "haramzadon" and "Ramzadon"  has passed yet another comment. Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti...

Rich tribute to Kalam from Andhra government

By NewsGram Staff Writer The Andhra Pradesh government paid an immense tribute to beloved former President of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam through a series...

Operation Shishtachar arrests 370 and detains more than 2400

By NewsGram Staff Writer Launched on August 3, Delhi Police initiative, Shishtachar -against eve-teasing and stalking has led to the detention of more than 2400...

11 killed, 219 injured in fire at Saudi residential complex

By NewsGram Staff Writer Riyadh: A massive fire broke out in a residential complex of the Saudi Aramco oil company in Saudi Arabia's Al Khobar city...

Indian democracy facing greatest dangers since Independence: Author Nayantara Sahgal

By Preetha Nair New Delhi: Nayantara Sahgal, India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru's niece, who is known for not holding back any punches, says India is...

AAP youth wing in DU announces candidates

By NewsGram Staff Writer After ABVP and DUSU, the AAP's student wing CYSS (Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti) has announced its panel for the DUSU (Delhi...

UAE is expected to seek India’s help for its Mars mission

By NewsGram Staff-Writer New Delhi: UAE is likely to request India’s assistance for its Mars mission when Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the foreign minister...

Government has one week to negotiate OROP before election code of conduct comes into effect

By NewsGram Staff-Writer New Delhi: As elections in Bihar are around the corner, the Modi government has just one week to negotiate and clinch a...

IS destroys a part of another temple in Palmyra

By NewsGram Staff-Writer Beirut: The Islamic State, which has gained control over Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra, has targeted another ancient temple in the city...

Gujjars split over supporting Hardik Patel

New Delhi: Fissures emerged in the Gujjar community in Delhi over extending support to Patel community leader Hardik Patel. Hardik Patel, who conducted a huge rally on...

Refugees demonstration in Budapest

Budapest: On Sunday, hundreds of refugees gathered at Budapest's Eastern (Keleti) Railway Station and were demanding that they be allowed to travel to Germany,...

Over 300 towns and cities for Government’s “Housing for All Scheme”

New Delhi: The Central government has recognized over 300 towns and cities across 9 states for implementation of its “Housing for All Scheme” an official...

36 killed in Yemen in devastating Saudi-led airstrikes

By NewsGram Staff Writer Sanaa: As per a media report, 17 Houthi rebels and about 19 civilians were killed by Saudi-led warplanes in multiple airstrikes...

An Odium towards Compulsory Voting

By Vishakha Mathur From the power in the hands of the people to being the very basis of democracy, voting has time and again been...

DU’s apathy: crippling condition of specially-abled students in Delhi University

By Atul Mishra In March 2012, a girl student with loco-motor disability was hit by a speeding bike while crossing the road near the central...

Patidar Protest: Hardik Patel faces media in Delhi; walks off abruptly

By Manas Dwivedi Hardik Patel, the 22 year old B.Com graduate, who recently rose to limelight across the nation for his massive caste protest in...

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Rehabilitation Of World Heritage Site In Mali

The UN's culture organization UNESCO will support a three-year project in African country Mali's Bandiagara that aims to rehabilitate damaged architectural heritage, notably housing,...

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Researchers have found that people who feel dizzy or lightheaded when they stand up may have an increased risk of developing dementia. The condition, called...