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CBI arrests Odisha DSP in chitfund scam

CBI arrests Odisha DSP in chitfund scam

19 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: In a major embarrassment for Odisha Police, the CBI today arrested a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Pramod Panda for allegedly deriving undue financial benefits from Artha Tatwa Group, a major player in the multi-crore chitfund scam in the state.

Odisha Police,   CBI,   DSP,   Pramod Panda,   Financial benefits,   Artha Tatwa Group,   Chitfund scam,  
Jan Dhan Yojana: No fresh account needed to get <strong>benefits</strong> of scheme

Jan Dhan Yojana: No fresh account needed to get benefits of scheme

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Government on Wednesday said persons already having bank account need not open a fresh one to avail benefits of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY).

Jan Dhan Yojana,   Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana,   PMJDY,   benefits of Jan Dhan scheme,   fresh account,   RuPay card,   accidental insurance,   Jan Dhan bank account,  
Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression: Study

Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression: Study

18 Dec 2014

Sydney: Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression, especially in middle-aged women, according to a study published on Thursday by Australian scientists.

two pieces of fruit,   depression prevention,   benefits of eating fruits,   depressive symptoms,   fruit intake,  
34 Indian nurses <strong>being</strong> evacuated from Libya

34 Indian nurses being evacuated from Libya

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 34 Indian nurses are being evacuated from strife-torn Libya by the government and the first batch of 12 will arrive on Thursday in Kochi.

Indian nurses,   Indian nurses in Libya,   Libya return nurses,   Libya,   Kochi nurses,   Syed Akbaruddin,  
Congress works for fractured mandate in J&K to reap <strong>benefits</strong>: PM Modi

Congress works for fractured mandate in J&K to reap benefits: PM Modi

16 Dec 2014

Billawar (Kathua): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday attacked the Congress saying discrimination and injustice is part of its DNA and alleged that the party works for a fractured mandate in Jammu and Kashmir to take benefit of a "weak" government in the state by offering its support.

Congress,   J&K,   PM Modi,   assembly elections,   elections,   polls,   Narendra Modi,   Jammu elections,  
SpiceJet resumes operations after <strong>being</strong> grounded on fuel issue

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: After all its flights remained grounded for most part of the day on Wednesday, cash-strapped SpiceJet resumed operations in the evening as oil companies, which had stopped fuel supplies to its aircraft, eased the restriction.

Flight operations,   SpiceJet,   jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   COO Sanjiv Kapoor,   oil companies,  
Uproar in Lok Sabha over schools <strong>being</strong> told to remain open on Christmas day

Uproar in Lok Sabha over schools being told to remain open on Christmas day

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Lok Sabha on Wednesday witnessed uproar over the reported move to keep schools open on Christmas with several opposition parties accusing government of "misleading" the House and implementing Sangh Parivar agenda, evoking a sharp attack on the Gandhi family from treasury benches.

Christmas Holiday,   Opposition uproar,   Lok Sabha,   schools open on Christmas Day,   Good Governance Day,   online essay competition,   Sangh Parivar agenda,   Atal Bihari Vajpayee birthday,  
Instagram beats Twitter in <strong>active</strong> users

Instagram beats Twitter in active users

11 Dec 2014

New York: With 300 million active users, photo sharing site Instagram has moved ahead of Twitter in terms of users.

Instagram beats Twitter,   Instagram active users,   Twitter active users,   photo sharing site Instagram,   TechCrunch,   Kevin Systrom,  
Social media training boosts well-<strong>being</strong> of elders

Social media training boosts well-being of elders

13 Dec 2014

London: Learning to connect with family members residing in distant countries through Skype, liking their pictures on Facebook and related use of such social media improves physical as well as mental health of the elderly, says a study.

Social media,   well-being of elders,   Facebook ,  Skype,   cognitive capacity,   ,  
CBI <strong>being</strong> used for political vendetta, alleges Trinamool MP

CBI being used for political vendetta, alleges Trinamool MP

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Trinamool Congress on Monday created uproar in Rajya Sabha alleging political vendetta in West Bengal Minister Madan Mitra's arrest in the Saradha scam, prompting the government to assert that CBI was acting independently in the case and it had no role in it.

Trinamool MP,   uproar in Rajya Sabha,   political vendetta,   CBI,   West Bengal Minister,   Madan Mitra arrest,   Saradha scam,   Derek O'Brien,   Arun Jaitley,   TMC,  

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