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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

US battleship in South China Sea corners China

By Arka Mondal With the US, recently, sending a warship to the troubled waters, China came under tremendous pressure over its control in the South...

Saddened at intolerance, says Mamata

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday said she was "saddened" at the level of intolerance in the country and asked people to...

Fadnavis urges writers, artistes to take back awards

Mumbai:  Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday urged writers and artistes to take back the national awards they had returned in protest against what...

Democracy is future of Pakistan says Sharif

Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday that he firmly believes that democracy is the future of Pakistan. Pakistan came into being through a democratic...

Halloween origins in Hinduism

Halloween tends to fall bang in the middle of the line of Indian festivals in Autumn such as Durga Puja and Dussehra and often...

Modi visit would change destiny of Kashmiris: Mufti

By Arka Mondal Despite the escalating media hype around the slated Kashmir rally of PM Modi, traders and civil society activists in the valley have...

Sardar Patel: The man who truly envisaged unity of India

By Surbhi Moudgil Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was a man of humble beginnings but had the vision of a collectively excelling India which takes along each...

Week long vigilance awareness campaign commences in BHEL

By- NewsGram News Desk The Central Vigilance Commission celebrated 'Vigilance Awareness Week' from 26th October to 31st October, to promote their theme this year “Preventive Vigilance...

Accommodation scheme soon in Indian Railways

  New Delhi: Indian Railways will launch "alternate train accommodation scheme" (ATAS) called "VIKALP" on Sunday to provide confirmed accommodation scheme to wait-listed passengers, ministry of...

We see India as a great internet power in coming years: China’s Letv

Beijing: Chinese internet and technology MNC Letv - which has just launched the world's biggest 120" tv - says it sees India as a "great...

Investment declined in Jharkhand: Assocham

  Ranchi: Investors' confidence in Jharkhand has been shaken over the years, according to a study released by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India...

Saradha scam: Bengal minister Mitra granted bail

Kolkata: West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra, who was arrested in the multi-crore rupee Saradha scam late last year, was on Saturday granted bail by...

Kerala Police to further probe death of Swami Swaswethikananda

Alappuzha (Kerala): The Kerala Police have decided to further probe the death of Swami Swaswethikananda in July 2002. The investigation was earlier closed after...

Millionaire NRI Robin Raina to build 6000 homes for the homeless

  As India readied itself for the 2010 Commonwealth games, the slums inhabited by Bawana refugees in the Yamuna Pushta area were demolished. Scores of...

Russian airliner crashes in Central Egypt

Cairo/Moscow: A Russian airliner crashed on Saturday in central Sinai with more than 200 people on board, the office of Egypt's prime minister has confirmed. The...

Work for country’s unity, Congress urges Modi

New Delhi: The Congress on Saturday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to desist from making utterances igniting religious passions and instead work for the unity...

India criticises use of human rights political tool for ‘selective shaming’

United Nations:Taking aim at double standards on human rights, India has criticised its selective invocation as a political tool to go after certain countries. Human...

Third atomic reactor at Kakrapar reaches a milestone

Chennai: India's atomic power company Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) on Friday said the generator stator was erected at its upcoming 700 MW...

PM Modi outlines new scheme on Sardar Patel’s birth anniversary

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday outlined a new scheme "Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat" (one India, great India) on the birth anniversary of...

All lives matter, trial for assaulting Indian grandfather

Washington: Assistant US Attorney Robert Posey on Friday "It's not only police lives that matter, all lives matter," after he weighed afresh evidence against...

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Solomon Islands To Ban Facebook For National Unity

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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...