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Centre gives nod for <strong>National</strong> Tribal University in Chhattisgarh

Centre gives nod for National Tribal University in Chhattisgarh

09 Sep 2014

Raipur: The Centre has given its nod for setting up a National Tribal University in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar region to facilitate research and development of tribal culture and dialects.

National Tribal University,   Chhattisgarh,   Bastar region,   Central government,   Chhattisgarh government,   Chief Minister Raman Singh,   Union HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,   ,  
Sari gown helped Gail Nicole win best <strong>national</strong> costume title

Sari gown helped Gail Nicole win best national costume title

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Goa-based model Gail Nicole Da Silva, who was placed third in the Femina Miss India 2014 contest, bagged the best National Costume title at Miss United Continent 2014, thanks to the innovative dome-style sari designed by Melvin Noronha.

Gail Nicole Da Silva,   Femina Miss India 2014 contest,   best National Costume,   Miss United Continent 2014,   Melvin Noronha,   Ecuador,  
Indian-Americans script history; jointly wins ‘the <strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong>’

Indian-Americans script history; jointly wins ‘the Spelling Bee

30 May 2014

Washington: Two Indian-Americans - Sriram J Hathwar and Ansun Sujoe – on Friday scripted history by becoming co-champions of the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee after a thrilling final in which they almost exhausted the 25 designated words, the first ever tie since 1962.

Indian-American,   Spelling Bee,   Sriram J Hathwar,   Ansun Sujoe,   jistory ,  
Notification for plying of e-rickshaws soon: Gadkari

Notification for plying of e-rickshaws soon: Gadkari

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said the government will soon come up with a law and allow running of e-rickshaws in Delhi.

Nitin Gadkari,   e-rickshaws,   Delhi,   court,   Union Minister,   Motor Vehicles Act,   national capital,  
<strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong> winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

Spelling Bee winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

02 Jun 2013

Spelling Bee spells it wrong? 'Knaidel', the word that won 13-year-old Indian-American Arvind Mahankali the Scripps National Spelling Bee crown may have been wrongly spelled, Jewish linguists have claimed.

Spelling Bee,   Arvind Mahankali,   Jewish linguist on spelling bee,   Knaidel,   YIVO linguists,   Scripps National Spelling Bee,  
Snowden didn't raise concerns internally: NSA

Snowden didn't raise concerns internally: NSA

13 Sep 2014

Washington: The National Security Agency was unable to find evidence that leaker Edward Snowden ever raised concerns internally about its sweeping surveillance programs, after an exhaustive search that included deleted emails, court documents showed.

National Security Agency,   NSA,   Edward Snowden,   Surveillance programs,  Emails,  
Pakistani <strong>national</strong> waiting repatriation after completing sentence

Pakistani national waiting repatriation after completing sentence

06 Sep 2014

Muzaffarnagar: A Pakistani national, who was arrested in 2011 on charges of staying illegally in the country, is waiting to be repatriated after completing his sentence.

Pakistan national,   Muzaffarnagar arrest,   Muslim repatriation,   Illegal stay,   union Ministry,  
Boxing India elections on Thursday, new beginning in store

Boxing India elections on Thursday, new beginning in store

10 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Close to two years after the national federation's suspension sent Indian boxing into a downward tumble, a fresh beginning is all set to be made on Thursday with the conduct of elections to form a new governing body even though the run up to the polls has been marred by controversies.

Boxing national federation,   Indian boxing ,  
Mallika Sherawat booked for insulting <strong>national</strong> flag

Mallika Sherawat booked for insulting national flag

05 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: Hyderabad police on Thursday booked Bollywood actress Mallika Sherawat for disrespecting the national flag.  

Mallika Sherawat,   Bollywood actress,   National flag,   Mallika Sherawat controversy,   Controversy queen,   Dirty Politics ,  
Jet pilots bash media, launch own technical cell for analysis

Jet pilots bash media, launch own technical cell for analysis

14 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Criticizing sections of the media for misreporting on a recent incident involving loss of altitude by a plane, the pilots' union of private carrier Jet Airways on Sunday said it is forming a 'technical cell' to provide the right perspective on civil aviation issues.

Jet Airways,   jet Airways pilots,   civil aviation,   National Aviation Guild,   NAG,   Jet Airways Boeing 777,   Boeing,  

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