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Monthly Archives: August, 2015

Court orders Delhi police to trace missing couple

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: A man who had appealed to the Delhi High Court in order to bring back his wife from the...

Post winning Arjuna Award, Indian swimmer determined to ace 2016 Paralympics

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: After winning the Arjuna Award, paralympic champion swimmer Sharath M. Gaekwad is very determined to strike gold at the 2016 Paralympics...

Decolonizing India: Colonialism a teacher away?

By Sumana Nandi Couple of weeks back, I received a message on Facebook from Miss Mary Francis- my class teacher in Standard III and IV. The...

11 crore families enrolled in govt ‘Suraksha Bandhan’ scheme: Modi

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed his satisfaction over the public response to the government schemes for social security on...

Scientists develop device to turn breaths into words

By NewsGram Staff Writer London: A team of Scientists from London, which includes an Indian doctor, has developed a machine which can help patients with...

Crores of rupees being spent on defunct websites of Municipal Corporation of Delhi

By NewsGram Staff Writer Rs 1 crore is spent by the three divisions of Municipal Corporation of Delhi every month for maintaining their common website...

Raksha Bandhan Celebration with the poor children: An initiative by Any Body Can Donate

By Arnab Mitra Kolkata: On the auspicious day of Raksha Bandhan, the members of Any Body Can Donate (ABCD) celebrated the festival with some street children...

Protest against Malaysian PM enters second day

By NewsGram Staff Writer Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian civilians protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak has entered its second day. The protesters are demanding his resignation...

Himachal lawmakers rue decline in education

By Vishal Gulati   Shimla: About 200 state-run primary schools in Himachal Pradesh have no teacher at all. Fifty percent of Class 5 students in government schools...

Migration a reason for declining Sikh population: Toronto based Sikh leader

Toronto: Sikh leaders in North America blame conversions, drugs and migration for the decline in the growth rate of Sikh population in India from 1.9...

Modi relents to public pressure, takes back stand on land acquisition ordinance

By NewsGram Staff Writer Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Sunday that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceded to public pressure by taking back...

Why should ‘manspreading’ be stamped ‘just for men’?

By NewsGram Staff Writer The term “manspreading” has been added to the online Oxford Dictionary and it made news. Every time women can be counted...

Naughtie McCourtie series: Tracing Dracula through Transylvanian landscape

By Rebecca McCourtie At the risk of sounding cliched, at this very moment, as I type these words out onto my laptop, I am lying...

flyDEL : an app you can fly with

By NewsGram Staff Writer Travelling through the Indira Gandhi International Airport is matter of a few clicks and swipes now. Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL),...

Students rally in support of the FTII students in Kolkata

By Arnab Mitra Kolkata: The students of SRFTI, Jadavpur University, Presidency University and other colleges in Kolkata carried out a solidarity march in support of the...

Kannada scholar M.M. Kalburgi shot dead

By NewsGram Staff Writer Dharwad (Karnataka): M.M. Kalburgi, a renowned scholar of Kannada and a former Vice Chancellor of Hampi University was shot dead from...

Kejriwal urges PM for permission to scrap electricity pacts

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accused private companies of supplying electricity at expensive costs on Sunday. Kejriwal asked Prime...

CSR law: A way to reduce trust deficit between NGOs and Companies

By Jaideep Sarin Manesar:  With companies that fall under the ambit of the new guidelines of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) likely to report about their activities...

Khap Panchayat—unofficial rule of law

By Kanika Rangray Two sisters, natives of a village in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh were ordered to be raped, paraded naked, their faces blackened, as punishment...

PM shocked and pained over Gujarat violence

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi:  Gujarat violence over demands of reservations was shocking and has pained the entire nation, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Describing the...

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I Believe Dance is like Talking Without Speaking: Govinda

Actor Govinda sees dancing more like talking, sans words. "I believe that dance is more like talking without having to actually speak or use words....