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India sends plane to airlift <strong>citizens</strong> from Yemen

India sends plane to airlift citizens from Yemen

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Air India on Monday flew its first flight to airlift hundreds of Indians stranded in the strife-torn Yemen, soon after the government decided to evacuate its citizens amid the chaotic situation in the Gulf country.

Indians in Yemen,   airlifting stranded Indians,   Keralites,   Sushma Swaraj,   Saudi government,   Air India,   Airbus A320 aircraft ,  
Pakistan plane brings back over 500 stranded <strong>citizens</strong> from Yemen

Pakistan plane brings back over 500 stranded citizens from Yemen

30 Mar 2015

Karachi: A Pakistan International Airlines plane carrying 502 passengers from strife-torn Yemen arrived in Karachi, ending days of agonising wait for families.

Pakistan plane,   Yemen stranded citizens,   Yemen,   Pakistan International Airlines ,  
Women prefer to click selfies from <strong>right</strong>-hand side

Women prefer to click selfies from right-hand side

30 Mar 2015

London:  If your girlfriend insists on clicking her selfie from the right-hand side, then she is not alone. Women ensure that the camera always captures their best side and almost half of women say that they will always turn a particular way when confronted with a camera.

Women ,   selfies,   Girlfriend,   Camera,   hairstyle,   dating,  
WC ceremony: ICC president Mustafa Kamal threatens to expose eveything

WC ceremony: ICC president Mustafa Kamal threatens to expose eveything

30 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The simmering row within the International Cricket Council took an ugly turn on Monday with its President Mustafa Kamal threatening to expose "mischievious" designs of some people who had denied him the "constitutional right" to hand over the Word Cup Trophy.

Mustafa Kamal ,   ICC,   International Cricket Council,   constitutional right,   Michael Clarke,   World Cup trophy ,  
Kalki Koechlin wants to <strong>act</strong> in adult comedy

Kalki Koechlin wants to act in adult comedy

28 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Actress Kalki Koechlin is quite impressed with recently released adult comedy 'Hunterrr' and says she would love to do a film in the same genre, provided the story is original and different.

Kalki Koechlin,   adult comedy,   Hunterrr,   Gulshan Devaiah,  
Airtel, RCom gain capability for 4G <strong>service</strong> across country

Airtel, RCom gain capability for 4G service across country

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications (RCom) have gained capability to provide 4G services across the country as they bagged requisite spectrum in the concluded spectrum auction. RIL's telecom arm Reliance Jio already has pan-India 4G spectrum.

Airtel,   Rcom,   Reliance Communication,   4G services,   pan India 4G spectrum,   spectrum auction,   spectrum bidding ,  
AFSPA a hurdle to '<strong>Act</strong> East' policy: Experts

AFSPA a hurdle to 'Act East' policy: Experts

27 Mar 2015

Kolkata:  With Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiating the 'Act East Policy', the government should review the imposition of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the northeast as it could be a barrier in connecting the region to the South-East neighbours, experts feel.

AFSPA,   Act East Policy,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SouthEast,   Jamia Millia Islamia ,  
Paedophile <strong>act</strong> in 'Wazir' removed?

Paedophile act in 'Wazir' removed?

25 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Apparently, makers of 'Wazir' had to do away with a paedophilia sequence after no actor agreed to play the role.

Paedophile act,   Wazir,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Farhan Akhtar,   Aditi Rao Hydari,  
Yemen's President flees his house in Aden; India asks its <strong>citizens</strong> to leave country immediately

Yemen's President flees his house in Aden; India asks its citizens to leave country immediately

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: India on Wednesday asked all its nationals to leave Yemen immediately given the "fragile" security situation in the conflict-hit country.

Yemen President flees,   Aiden,   citizens,   Conflict hit,   Advisory,   External Affairs Ministry,  
Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court order on IT <strong>Act</strong> sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court order on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Former Law Minister and senior Congress leader Hans Raj Bhardwaj on Thursday termed as "sheer hypocrisy" the statement of his then Cabinet colleague P Chidambaram welcoming the Supreme Court judgement striking down a controversial provision in the IT law.

P Chidambaram,   Hans Raj Bhardwaj,   Supreme Court,   IT Act,   Congress,   Law Ministry,  

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