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Fawad is new 'eyecandy' who can <strong>act</strong>: Ayushmann

Fawad is new 'eyecandy' who can act: Ayushmann

20 Sep 2014

Mumbai: While girls are swooning over Pakistani sensation Fawad Khan and his ‘Khoobsurat’ performance, actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana says the new Bollywood entrant is an ‘eyecandy who can act’.

eyecandy,   Fawad Khan,   Khoobsurat,   Ayushmann Khurrana,   Zindagi Gulzar Hai,   Sonam Kapoor,  
TRAI seeks <strong>public</strong> views to accelerate use of broadband services

TRAI seeks public views to accelerate use of broadband services

25 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In order to boost availability of broadband services, telecom regulator TRAI sought views from the public on ways to accelerate proliferation and use of high speed internet services in the country.

Broadband services,   Telecom regulator,   TRAI,  High speed internet,   Optical fibre,   Spectrum bands,   Wi-Fi technology,  
Omar hopes those opposing revocation of AFSPA will see reason

Omar hopes those opposing revocation of AFSPA will see reason

15 Aug 2014

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said that those opposing the revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from the state will come around as the situation has improved significantly over the past six years.

Omar Abdullah,   AFSPA,   Armed Forces Special Powers Act,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Independence Day,   Independence Day speech ,  
Raj govt will lay 20,000-km roads on PPP mode: PWD minister

Raj govt will lay 20,000-km roads on PPP mode: PWD minister

26 Sep 2014

Jaipur: Rajasthan government will lay 20,000-km road involving an investment of Rs 70,000 crore in the state on PPP (Public-Private Partnership) mode in the next five years, Public Works Department Minister Yunus Khan on Friday said.

Jaipur,   Rajasthan government,   road,   investment,   PPP,   Public-Private Partnership,   Public Works Department,   Yunus Khan,  
Boolean Tech aims to launch phone number shield app 'StitMe' in India

Boolean Tech aims to launch phone number shield app 'StitMe' in India

01 Oct 2014

Singapore: A Singapore-based technology firm is in talks with major Indian telecom companies to introduce a new safety application which ensures privacy by shielding mobile phone numbers, especially protecting women from abuse.

Indian telecom companies,   Safety application,   Mobile phone numbers,   Boolean tech,   StitMe,   ShieldMe,   Mobile phone privacy,   Smartphone apps,  
Dussehra: <strong>Special</strong> trains towards Mysore

Dussehra: Special trains towards Mysore

18 Sep 2014

Bhubaneswar: In view of heavy rush during Dussehra holidays and to avoid rush in regular trains, special trains would run through East Coast Railway (ECoR) jurisdiction to provide comfortable journey to the commuters for world famous Dussehra festival at Mysore.

Dussehra holidays,   East Coast Railway,   ECoR,   Dussehra festival,   Mysore,   Special trains,   Special trains towards Mysore,  
Aviation PSUs to fill top posts soon: Sources

Aviation PSUs to fill top posts soon: Sources

03 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Two major aviation PSUs – Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited, which were headless for several months, would soon have their top posts filled, with the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) shortlisting candidates for the two positions.

Aviation PSUs,   Airports Authority of India,   AAI,   Pawan Hans Helicopters,   Public Enterprises Selection Board,   PESB,  
Family, activists condemn Irom Sharmila's re-arrest

Family, activists condemn Irom Sharmila's re-arrest

22 Aug 2014

Kolkata: Condemning the re-arrest of Irom Chanu Sharmila, her family and various civil rights groups in Manipur on Friday termed the move as ‘illegal’ as a local court had earlier absolved her of the charge of trying to commit suicide by means of fasting.

Irom Chanu Sharmila,   Manipur,   Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network founder,   Binalakshmi Nepram,   Armed Forces Special Powers Act,   ,  
NGT revokes ban on road-widening project

NGT revokes ban on road-widening project

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Friday revoked its ban on the road-widening project and cutting of trees along the Andheria Mod-Fortis Hospital stretch in New Delhi.

National Green Tribunal,   Road-Widening Project,   Andheria Mod-Fortis Hospital,   Public Work Department,   Road widening ban,   Delhi Preservation of Trees Act,   Illegal tree cutting ,  
 PM Modi shares 'Man Ki Baat' on All India Radio, asks countrymen to shed despondency

PM Modi shares 'Man Ki Baat' on All India Radio, asks countrymen to shed despondency

03 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Seeking to reach out to more people, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed the countrymen over radio for the first time, giving a pep talk about how to shed despondency and use their skills for betterment and prosperity of the country.

PM Modi,   Modi radio address,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA government,   public address,  

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