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'Gabbar' Akshay Kumar entertains students in Gurgaon

'Gabbar' Akshay Kumar entertains students in Gurgaon

25 Apr 2015

Gurgaon: 'Gabbar Is Back' stars Akshay Kumar and Shruti Hassan's arrival at a university campus here filled the air with enthusiasm on Friday.

Akshay Kumar,   Shruti Hassan,   Gurgaon,   Gabbar Is Back,   SGT University,   Sanjay Leela Bansali,   Latest entertainment news ,  
 Two-day 'Shri Krishna Mahotsava 2015' to start on 26th April

Two-day 'Shri Krishna Mahotsava 2015' to start on 26th April

25 Apr 2015

Mathura: In order to build and showcase Mathura as a global cultural destination, a two-day 'Shri Krishna Mahotsava' will be organised in the precincts of Chandrodaya temple here.

Shri Krishna Mahotsava 2015,   Mathura,   Shri Krishna Mahotsava,   Chandrodaya temple,   BJP MP Hema Malini,   Mathura MP,   latest news ,  
Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's office in nuclear protest

Japanese man arrested for landing drone on PM's office in nuclear protest

25 Apr 2015

Tokyo: A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the Prime Minister's office with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent protest against the use of nuclear power, four years after the Fukushima disaster.

Japan,   Drone,   Prime Minister,   Nuclear protest,   Fukushima disaster,   Shinzo Abe,   Radioactive,   Prime Minister Office,   Latest World News ,  
Now, see more content from your friends on Facebook <strong>News</strong> Feed

Now, see more content from your friends on Facebook News Feed

23 Apr 2015

New York: The composition of your News Feed on your Facebook page is about to change. From now, you will see more content from your close friends and less from Pages and publishers, the social networking giant has announced.

Facebook,   Facebook News Feed,   Facebook settings,   Facebook friends,   Facebook content,   Social networking,  
Female chimps hunt with <strong>tools</strong> more than males

Female chimps hunt with tools more than males

16 Apr 2015

New York: Chimpanzees living in savanna woodlands at Fongoli in Senegal use tools to hunt their prey and females are more inclined to use them than males, says a new research.

female chimps,   male chimps,   Chimpanzees,   senegal tools,   Latest news ,  
Reliance <strong>Industries</strong> to reopen all petrol pumps this fiscal

Reliance Industries to reopen all petrol pumps this fiscal

18 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Buoyed by diesel price decontrol, Reliance Industries will reopen all its 1,400 petrol pumps this fiscal.

Reliance Industries Limited,   RIL,   RIL fuel pumps,   Reliance fuel stations,   latest business news,   latest news,  
China's biggest <strong>auto</strong> show opens amid growth slowdown

China's biggest auto show opens amid growth slowdown

20 Apr 2015

Shanghai: Global car makers showed off hundreds of vehicles in China's commercial hub Shanghai on Monday, as the world's biggest auto market continues to attract despite a sharp deceleration in sales growth.

China,   China biggest auto show,   China biggest auto market,   Shanghai,   China economy,   latest automobile news,  
Facebook shifts <strong>News</strong> Feed, gives priority to friends

Facebook shifts News Feed, gives priority to friends

22 Apr 2015

Washington: Facebook has said it was reconfiguring its News Feed, in a move aimed at giving people more information about what is happening to "the friends you care about."

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Japan's Daiichi Sankyo completely exits Sun Pharma

Japan's Daiichi Sankyo completely exits Sun Pharma

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Japanese drug maker Daiichi Sankyo on Tuesday sold its entire stake of around 9 per cent in Sun Pharmaceutical Industries for over Rs 20,420 crore, which it received after merger of Ranbaxy in the Indian firm, ending its seven years of tumultuous experience in the country.

Japan,   Daiichi,   Sun Pharma,   Ranbaxy,   Daiichi Sankyo,   Japanese drug maker,   Sun Pharmaceutical Industries,   latest news,  
No mandatory recall for vehicles with manufacturing defects

No mandatory recall for vehicles with manufacturing defects

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The government has no proposal to ask vehicle manufacturers to conduct 'mandatory recalls' in the event of defects being found in a model, Parliament was informed on Tuesday.

Vehicle Manufacturers,   Parliament,   Manufacturing defects,   Car recall,   MoS Heavy Industries,   GM Siddheshwara,   Lok Sabha,   Latest Nation News ,  

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