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<strong>Indian</strong> art gallery opens in Singapore

Indian art gallery opens in Singapore

31 Jul 2014

Singapore: A new Indian art gallery and boutique, exhibiting works of New Delhi-born artist Kanchan Chander, aiming at reviving dying craft forms, opened in Singapore on Thursday.

Indian art gallery,   boutique,   Kanchan Chander,   Singapore,   Sandalwood Room concept,  
Bees select best flowers even <strong>before</strong> landing: Study

Bees select best flowers even before landing: Study

31 Jul 2014

London: For rearing their young, bees need to be able to select flowers providing the most nutritious pollen and they know it even before landing on the flower simply by looking at the colour of the petals, says a study.

bees,   best flowers,   nutritious pollen,   Journal of Experimental Biology,   nectar ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> festival to start in Egypt

Indian festival to start in Egypt

31 Jul 2014

Cairo: A month-long Indian Carnival will kick off in Egypt's North Coast on the Mediterranean Sea from Friday.

Indian festival,   Egypt,   Navdeep Suri,   real estate company,   Indian ambassador,   Cairo,  
Golden count goes down but <strong>Indian</strong> shooters dominate CWG

Golden count goes down but Indian shooters dominate CWG

31 Jul 2014

Glasgow: The gold medals were hard to come by this time but Indian shooters were nonetheless mostly on target as they reaped a rich harvest of 17 medals in the Commonwealth Games with the surprising exception of Olympic silver-medallist Vijay Kumar and the seasoned Heena Sidhu.

Indian shooters,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,   Vijay Kumar,   Heena Sidhu,   Gagan Narang ,  
South Korea ruling party boosts majority with key poll wins

South Korea ruling party boosts majority with key poll wins

31 Jul 2014

Seoul: South Korea's ruling party celebrated on Thursday after sailing through a key by-election test that increased its parliamentary majority despite lingering public anger over the handling of April's Sewol ferry disaster.

South Korea elections,   ruling party,   Sewol ferry disaster,   Saenuri Party,   Park Geun-Hye,   New Politics Alliance for Democracy,   Yoo-Ki Hong,   NPAD ,  
Yogeshwar, Babita, Geetika assured of silver

Yogeshwar, Babita, Geetika assured of silver

31 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Three Indian grapplers, including Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt, qualified for the finals in their respective weight categories to ensure at least three silver for India on the third and final day of the wrestling competition in the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.

Indian grapplers,   Yogeshwar Dutt,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Petrol prices cut by Rs 1.09 per litre, diesel gets costlier

Petrol prices cut by Rs 1.09 per litre, diesel gets costlier

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Petrol prices was on Thursday cut by Rs 1.09 per litre, the second reduction in three-and-half-months, while diesel rates were hiked by 56 paise a litre.

Petrol price,   diesel rates,   Indian Oil Corp,   LPG,   LPG cylinders,  
Quake hits Andaman Sea, Tsunami ruled out

Quake hits Andaman Sea, Tsunami ruled out

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale hit the Andaman Sea today but the Met department ruled out Tsunami.

Andaman Sea,   earthquake,   Tsunami,   Andaman Island,   Indian Meteorological Department,  
Chess Olympiad: Top stars missing but <strong>Indian</strong> team in 'high spirit'

Chess Olympiad: Top stars missing but Indian team in 'high spirit'

31 Jul 2014

Tromso (Norway): Indian team, which is without five- time world champion Viswanathan Anand, will be spearheaded by Krishnan Sasikiran at the 41st Chess Olympiad in Tromso, Norway.

41st Chess Olympiad,   top stars,   Viswanathan Anand,   Koneru Humpy,   Tromso,   Norway,   P Harikrishna,   Tania Sachdev,  
Women can be safe with technology usage: Meenakshi Lekhi

Women can be safe with technology usage: Meenakshi Lekhi

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Is there anything called work-life balance? Are women respected enough in the society? Women are vulnerable to physical and mental exploitations and technology is a way to make them safe, BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi asked on Thursday.

Meenakshi Lekhi,   BJP,   Lok Sabha,   Sumitra Mahajan,   Indian Women Network,   ,  

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