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Monthly Archives: September, 2015

Government makes minor top level bureaucratic changes

NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi:  In a minor high-level bureaucratic change, the government on Wednesday made some revamps giving additional charge of some posts to...

“Merchants of death” get stringent punishment by Mumbai court

NewsGram Staff Writer Mumbai: A special court on Wednesday pronounced death penalty to five people and life imprisonment to seven others for alleged involvement in...

Self-Realization Alone Leads to Moksha

By Nithin Sridhar Gleanings from Hindu Scriptures- Part 12 God is central to all religious traditions. The conception of this God which is referred by the...

Banarasi weaves to be recreated by top designers at AIFW

New Delhi: Ace designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Tarun Tahiliani and JJ Valaya among many others will be seen showcasing the modern age Banarasi weaves...

Won’t campaign for tainted candidates in Bihar: BJP MP RK Singh

By NewsGram Staff Writer Patna: BJP parliamentarian RK Singh, after embarrassing his party with accusations of giving tickets to criminals and tainted persons for the...

Telangana CM appeals to farmers: Don’t end lives

By NewsGram Staff Writer Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday appealed to farmers not to commit suicides and assured them government assistance. Replying...

India must change five-year plan model: Arun Maira

New Delhi: After a recast of the Planning Commission, India must change its five-year approach and make it a more dynamic exercise, even as...

Internet and Mobile Association launches Mobile10X

By Newsgram Staff Writer New Delhi: The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) on Wednesday launched Mobile10X -- a forum to nurture and grow...

Northeast designer eyes Milan, Paris after London Fashion Week

New Delhi: She hails from Arunachal Pradesh, stays in Assam, and is making a headway internationally by showcasing the handloom prowess of culturally-rich northeastern...

Dadri mob lynching: Human stupidity has no limits

By Ajeet Bharti Here is the news about Dadri mob lynching: A man was beaten to death in Dadri, UP, when someone spread the rumour...

US Maritime’s education, training gets Indian American chief

Washington: An Indian American has been named chief of the education and training wing of US Maritime Administration (MARAD), a media report said. Shashi N...

Maggi to receive apex consumer court hearing on fresh tests

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Nestle's arguments on fresh tests conducted on its popular Maggi noodles will receive a hearing by the apex consumer...

Tamil actors undergo house raids following inconsistent ‘Puli’ investments

By Newsgram Staff Writer Kochi/Chennai: Southern actors Vijay, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Nayanthara underwent searches conducted at their residences and offices on Wednesday "following reports...

INS Kochi: Biggest India-built warship commissioned

By NewsGram Staff Writer Mumbai: INS Kochi, India's biggest indigenously built warship, was commissioned to the Indian Navy by Defence Minister Manohar Parikkar, here on...

Hundreds arrested in Telangana to foil protest march

By NewsGram Staff Writer Hyderabad: Hundreds of Left party activists and other mass organisations across Telangana were arrested on Wednesday to foil their march to...

‘Kadambari’ best film at Washington South Asian Film Festival

Washington: 'Kadambari', a Bengali film centred around Kadambari Devi, sister-in-law of Rabindranath Tagore with whom he is supposed to have had a close, personal...

Bengal submits GI tag application to stake claim on rosogolla

By NewsGram Staff Writer Kolkata: To beat Odisha and stake claim on the rosogolla, West Bengal has submitted the application for a  GI (Geographical Indication)...

Mumbai serial blasts: 5 awarded death, 7 get life

NewsGram News Desk New Delhi: A special MCOCA court sentenced five convicts to death while seven others were awarded life imprisonment in the Mumbai serial blasts...

Maritime security, regional connectivity brings together India, US, Japan

By NewsGram Staff Writer New York:  India, US and Japan, reflecting the growing convergence of their interests in the Indo-Pacific region, have agreed to work...

$625,000 MacArthur ‘Genius’ grant for Indian-American professor

Washington: Kartik Chandran, an Indian-American associate professor of earth and environmental engineering at Columbia Engineering, has been named a 2015 MacArthur Fellow with a...

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50% Male Employees Agree Bias Against Women in Workplace

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