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Indian woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring <strong>health</strong>: Survey

Indian woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring health: Survey

06 Mar 2015

Mumbai: As Indian women continue to endeavour to do the best in their life and profession, they are tending to neglect their health, shows a recent survey.

Indian women,   Women health,   health insurance,  
Snow in Shimla, Manali surprises Holi revellers

Snow in Shimla, Manali surprises Holi revellers

06 Mar 2015

Shimla: The hills of picturesque tourist resorts of Manali, Shimla and Kufri on Friday were again wrapped up in a blanket of snow, surprising Holi revellers.

Shimla,   Manali,   Kufri,   Holi revellers,   Met department,   Snowfall,  
Pamper yourself more this holi

Pamper yourself more this holi

06 Mar 2015

Holi is all about fun and good food. It is one such festival that everyone both loves and hates. It probably one of the most messiest festivals. We love it because it brings amazing colours to our lives, but the problem arises when those beautiful colors show there stubbornness and  leave behind some major skin and hair issues. And the  the colors are so obstinate that they actually take weeks to go.

Happy Holi,   Holi festival in India,   Health Issues,   Festival of Colours,  
Ex-<strong>Bihar</strong> CM Ram Sundar Das passes away

Ex-Bihar CM Ram Sundar Das passes away

06 Mar 2015

Patna: Former Bihar Chief Minister and senior JD(U) leader Ram Sundar Das died here on Friday due to age-related problems. He was 95.

Bihar,   Former Chief Minister,   Ram Sundar Das,   JD(U),   Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar ,  Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Ram Vilas Paswan,  
Jammu and Kashmir National Highway closed for fifth consecutive day

Jammu and Kashmir National Highway closed for fifth consecutive day

06 Mar 2015

Srinagar: The 300-km long Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, the only surface link connecting Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country, continued to remain closed for the fourth consecutive day on Friday following landslides triggered by heavy rain in the area.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Jammu and Kashmir NH,   Fifth Consecutive Day,   Jammu Srinagar National Highway,   Snowfall,   Met Department ,  
UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

06 Mar 2015

United Nations: Lauding India's improved disaster risk management and accuracy of its meteorological department, the UN has said timely warnings on cyclones have helped "dramatically" reduce mortality during natural calamities.

United Nation,   India,   Improved Disaster Risk Management,  Indian Met Department,   Natural Calamities,   Cyclone Phailin,   Global Assessment Report,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> policemen not to play Holi in protest of govt's decision

Bihar policemen not to play Holi in protest of govt's decision

05 Mar 2015

Patna: About one lakh policemen in Bihar have decided not to celebrate holi along with their families in protest against Nitish Kumar cabinet decision to annul the approval given by previous Manjhi government.

Bihar police,   Happy holi,   Holi 2015,   Nitish Kumar,   Bihar cabinet,   Manjhi government,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> Chief Minister Nitish Kumar justifies annulling Manjhi cabinet's decisions

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar justifies annulling Manjhi cabinet's decisions

05 Mar 2015

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday justified his government annulling 34 populist decisions taken by his predecessor Jitan Ram Manjhi days before demitting office saying these were basically "non-decisions" as no laid down procedure was followed.

Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Manjhi Cabinet,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Cabinet Decisions,  
Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

05 Mar 2015

Mumbai: The ongoing spectrum auctions, which fetched over Rs 60,000 crore on the very first day, are likely to intensify competition among major telecom players, leading to higher tariffs, and will also increase the gap between top operators and smaller ones, says a report.

spectrum auctions,   Telecom department,   Telelcom players,   spectrum bidding,   Bharti Airtel,   Vodafone,   Idea Cellular,  
40 percent staff vacancy in 6 state government medical colleges:Gujarat <strong>Health</strong> Minister

40 percent staff vacancy in 6 state government medical colleges:Gujarat Health Minister

05 Mar 2015

Ahmedabad: Six government-run medical colleges have 40 per sent staff shortage in the major district headquarters, the Gujarat assembly was told on Wednesday.

Gujrat,   Government medical colleges,   Health Minister,   Staff vacancy,   Gujrat assembly,   District headquaters,  

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