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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

BJP poll manifesto promises free laptops, two-wheelers, TVs

By NewsGram Staff Writer Patna: In the poll manifesto by BJP released on Thursday, it promised to distribute free laptops to students, two-wheelers to girls...

Dynasty politics: A menace

By Nithin Sridhar In what appears to be a clear indication of dynasty politics, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) headed by N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday...

Protests on farmer suicides adjourn Telangana assembly

By NewsGram Staff Writer Hyderabad: To seek clarifications from the government on the issue of farmers' suicides, the opposition stalled the Telangana assembly proceedings on...

DAV: Century old education institute still leads the way

By Harshmeet Singh Very few would know that the call for ‘Swarajya’, usually associated with Lokmanya Tilak, was first given by Dayanand Saraswati, the founder...

India ready to engage with Pakistan in ‘atmosphere free of terrorism, violence’

United Nations: India told the General Assembly that it is ready to engage with Pakistan on outstanding issues in "an atmosphere free of terrorism...

16 lakh trucks go off roads in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh

By NewsGram Staff Writer Hyderabad:  On Thursday as part of the nationwide indefinite strike by the truckers to protest against the present toll system, about...

Swaraj pushes India-GCC Free Trade Agreement

By NewsGram Staff Writer New York: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held talks with her counterparts from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) whose nations she...

US, Russia need to de-conflict their air operations: White House

Washington: The White House reiterated the need for the US and Russia to "de-conflict" their air operations inside Syria as Russia started its first...

Russia hits eight IS targets in Syria

By NewsGram Staff-Writer Moscow: Russian Defense Ministry said on Wednesday that Russian air forces carried out 20 sorties during the first round of air strikes...

Sheikh Hasina lauds land boundary agreement with India at UNGA

NewsGram Staff Writer United Nations:  Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina proclaimed that the India-Bangladesh agreement on enclaves has set an example for the world in...

Vikas Swarup calls for de-terrorising Pakistan

NewsGram Staff Writer New York: Terming Kashmir as “oppressed by foreign occupation”, India on Thursday hit back at Pakistan at the UN General Assembly, saying...

Amaravati to get crowd-funding for development

NewsGram Staff Writer Vijayawada: The Andhra Pradesh government is mulling to launch a crowd-funding initiative for development of new state capital Amaravati. Prime Minister Narendra...

Kerala Diaspora to get free air tickets

NewsGram Staff Writer Thiruvananthapuram: In a move to appease expatriates, the Kerala government assured free flights home to them from the state working in the...

Sushma meets Maldivian, Syrian foreign ministers

NewsGram Staff Writer New York: On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met with Maldivian Foreign Minister Dunya Maumoon...

Diesel rates slashed in Delhi

NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Indian Oil Corp (IOC) announced that diesel price has been slashed by 50 paisa per litre in Delhi, including state...

India strengthens relations with Caribbean, Latin American nations

NewsGram Staff Writer New York: With External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj holding separate dialogues with leaders of the Caribbean and Latin American nations on Wednesday,...

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Music That is Happening Today is a Mixture of Good and Bad: Neeraj Shridhar

Singer Neeraj Shridhar, who has given multiple indie pop and Bollywood hits, besides remixes, says that when he remixed songs it was to revive...

Latest Study Suggests Digestive Tract Bacteria Affects Severity of COVID infections in The Body

A new study indicates the kind of bacteria found in a person’s digestive tract can affect the severity of coronavirus infections and the body’s...

This Indian Army Officer Has Developed The Country’s First indigenous 9mm ‘Machine Pistol’

Nagpur-based Indian Army officer Lt Col Prasad Bansod has developed the country's first indigenous 9 mm 'Machine Pistol', an official said here on Saturday. Working...