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AIIMS issue: Protestors clash with police during Jammu <strong>bandh</strong>

AIIMS issue: Protestors clash with police during Jammu bandh

03 Aug 2015

Jammu: The Jammu bandh, in its fourth day, today witnessed clashes between the police and protestors at several places, where the police had to resort to cane charging on the protestors who indulged in stone pelting.

Jammu bandh,   Jammu police,   Protestors,   AIIMS,   Kashmir,   latest states news,  
Twitter tests '<strong>News</strong>' tab to show breaking <strong>news</strong> on mobile apps

Twitter tests 'News' tab to show breaking news on mobile apps

04 Aug 2015

Washington: Twitter has been experimenting with a new feature on the iOS and Android devices, which serves users with news. According to the reports, the 'news' tab is present at the bottom of the app's navigation bar, between notifications and messages.

Twitter,   Twitter for iOS,   Twitter for Android,   Twitter users,   Twitter news,   Breaking news,  
After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Fully aware that a small lapse in concentration can cost one a medal in any target sport, the Archery Association of India now plans to include yoga sessions in training to build archers' mental strength and give them the best-possible podium chance in Rio Olympics.

Archery Association of India,   Indian archers,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
Time for Unmukt to deliver as Tri-series kicks off tomorrow

Time for Unmukt to deliver as Tri-series kicks off tomorrow

04 Aug 2015

Chennai: Having flattered to deceive on most occasions after his transition from U-19 to senior cricket, Delhi boy Unmukt Chand would like to make amends as he leads India A in the tri-nation 'A' series, which is considered to be a launchpad for getting into the senior team.

Unmukt Chand,   India A cricket team,   Indian cricketers,   Latest News,  
Coordination Committee to go ahead with three-day <strong>bandh</strong> in Jammu over AIIMS issue

Coordination Committee to go ahead with three-day bandh in Jammu over AIIMS issue

31 Jul 2015

Jammu: AIIMS Coordination Committee (ACC) decided to go ahead with a three-day bandh in Jammu after rejecting the Central government's announcement of 'AIIMS-like facilities' in the region.

AIIMS Coordination Committee,   ACC,   Jammu bandh,   AIIMS in Jammu,   AIIMS like facilities in Jammu,   Jammu & Kashmir,   latest states news,  
Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

04 Aug 2015

Nottingham: England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.

Stuart Broad,   Australia cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   Ashes Test series,   Latest News,  
Assembly passes Bihar Public Grievance Redressal Bill

Assembly passes Bihar Public Grievance Redressal Bill

04 Aug 2015

Patna: In a move which will empower people to seek redressal of their grievances in a time-bound manner by government officials, the state legislative Assembly today passed the Bihar Public Grievance Redressal Bill, 2015.

Bihar Assembly,   Public Grievance Redressal Bill,   Assembly,   Nitish Kumar,   Chief Minister of Bihar,   Latest States news,  
Johnson revels in 'compliment' of crowd abuse

Johnson revels in 'compliment' of crowd abuse

04 Aug 2015

Nottingham: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has insisted he is relishing the role of being the man English crowds love to hate. Johnson was subjected to prolonged vocal abuse as England won the third Ashes Test by eight wickets inside three days at Birmingham's Edgbaston ground to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.

Australia fast bowler,   Mitchell Johnson,   English crowds,   Ashes Test Series,   Latest News,  
FTII row: Stalemate continues as government unwilling to revoke Chauhan's appointment

FTII row: Stalemate continues as government unwilling to revoke Chauhan's appointment

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: An early end to the two-month long FTII row seems unlikely with the government today indicating its unwillingness to revoke appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as chairman and no further talks with the agitating students on the anvil.

FTII row,   FTII,   Government,   Appointment of Gajendra Chauhan,   Students agitation,   Film and Television Institute of India,   Latest Nation News,  
 Government reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites

Government reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government today reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action.

Government,   Blocking of websites,   Ban on porn sites,   Pornographic websites,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Social media,   Latest Nation News ,  

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