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Dipannita feels <strong>special</strong> to get Woman Achievers award

Dipannita feels special to get Woman Achievers award

12 Mar 2014

Mumbai: Supermodel-actress Dipannita Sharma Atwal, who was awarded for her contribution to modelling, acting as well as being a businesswoman at the Woman Achievers award recently, says it feels special to be chosen for the honour.

Dipannita Sharma,   Woman Achievers award,   Young Environmentalist Programme,   Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl,   Jodi Breakers,   ,  
Harish Rawat’s stay in guest house waste of <strong>public</strong> money, says BJP

Harish Rawat’s stay in guest house waste of public money, says BJP

14 Mar 2014

Dehradun: The Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party in Uttarakhand has raised objection to Chief Minister Harish Rawat still residing along with his officials at the Bijapur state guest house despite the CM residence being located nearby, alleging it is a sheer waste of public money.

Harish Rawat,   Uttarakhand,   Uttarakhand government,   Uttarakhand Chief Minister,   BJP,  
Odisha doesn't have <strong>special</strong> disadvantage to get <strong>special</strong> status: Montek

Odisha doesn't have special disadvantage to get special status: Montek

05 Mar 2014

Cuttack: Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia said that Odisha does not have any ‘special disadvantage’ to get special category status and the state should focus on ‘other windows’ to get more assistance from the Centre.

Odisha,   Odisha government,   Montek Singh Ahluwalia,   Planning Commission,   Deputy Chairman Planning Commission,   special status,  
Delhi most unsafe for women travellers: Survey

Delhi most unsafe for women travellers: Survey

06 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Delhi has been pegged as the most unsafe city in the country, for the second time in a row, by women travellers, a recent survey has found. Kolkata and Jaipur have been ranked second and third most unsafe cities respectively.

Delhi unsafe,   Delhi unsafe for women,   women safety,   women safety in Delhi,   women unsafe in Delhi,   travel survey ,  
TRS follows AAP, BJP; seeks <strong>public</strong> funding for poll campaign

TRS follows AAP, BJP; seeks public funding for poll campaign

12 Mar 2014

Hyderabad: Taking a cue from AAP and BJP, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) led by K Chandrasekhar Rao has also sought donations from general public to fund its campaign for the Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly elections.

TRS,   AAP,   Aam Aadmi Party,   K Keshav Rao,   Telangana Rashtra Samithi,  
<strong>Special</strong> campaign to enroll voters failed in Arunachal: BJP

Special campaign to enroll voters failed in Arunachal: BJP

10 Mar 2014

Itanagar: BJP on Monday alleged that the special campaign to provide one more opportunity to newly eligible voters to include their names in electoral rolls in Arunachal Pradesh has "failed" due to "irresponsibility" of District Electoral Registration Officers.

Arunachal Pradesh,   BJP,   campaign to enroll voters,   DEROs,   ,  
There should be no dilution of AFSPA in J&K: Army Chief

There should be no dilution of AFSPA in J&K: Army Chief

13 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh on Monday said that there should be no dilution of AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir in view of the prevailing situation in the region, including possible terrorist spillover into the Valley after US drawdown in Afghanistan.

AFSPA,   AFSPA dilution,   Army Chief,   Gen Bikram Singh,   AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir,   Armed Forces Special Powers Act,  
Parliament panel slams AERB on nuclear radiation <strong>safety</strong> policy

Parliament panel slams AERB on nuclear radiation safety policy

09 Dec 2013

New Delhi: A Parliamentary panel on Monday slammed nuclear regulator Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) for failing to bring out a comprehensive nuclear radiation safety policy for three decades and batted for giving it statutory status with enhanced legal powers.

Parliamentary panel,   Atomic Energy Regulatory Board,   AERB,   Public Accounts Committee,   PAC,   Lok Sabha,   nuclear radiation safety policy,  
 Memorable to <strong>act</strong> with father, son in 'Manam': Nagarjuna

Memorable to act with father, son in 'Manam': Nagarjuna

04 Mar 2014

Chennai: Actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, who worked with his late father Akkineni Nageswara Rao and son Akkineni Naga Chaitanya in forthcoming Telugu drama "Manam", says the experience was adventurous and memorable.

Nagarjuna,   Manam,   Akkineni Naga Chaitanya,   Akkineni Nageswara Rao,   Nagarjuna shared screen with Nageswara Rao,   Nagarjuna with son kkineni Naga Chaitanya,  
Plants that can detect chemical explosives!

Plants that can detect chemical explosives!

24 Mar 2014

New York: What about plants that can sense pollution and even detect chemical explosives? By embedding tiny structures called carbon nanotubes into chloroplasts -- the energy factories inside plant cells -- researchers have been successful in increasing their light-capturing ability by 30 percent.

plants detect pollution,   chemical explosive,   chloroplasts,   atmospheric pollutant,   plants with special power,  

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