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Militants explode bomb at Manipur poll candidate's house

Militants explode bomb at Manipur poll candidate's house

05 Mar 2012

Unidentified militants exploded a powerful bomb at the house of a Congress candidate in Imphal West district of Manipur, the police said on Monday. Sources said the militants threw the bomb at around 10.30 PM on Sunday at R K Anand's house at Naoriya Pakhang Lakpa area. Anand who is contesting from Naoriya Pakhang Lakpa assembly constituency and his family members were present in the house at the time of the incident.

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Jharkhand’s ‘Anna’ runs handwritten <strong>newspaper</strong> for anti-corruption campaign

Jharkhand’s ‘Anna’ runs handwritten newspaper for anti-corruption campaign

23 Oct 2011

Far away from the political epicentre Delhi is a different journalist sprawling with pure passion of nationalism and public welfare. Gauri Shankar Rajak, an 81-year old in Dumka in Jharkhand has not been as lucky as the Gandhian Anna Hazare in getting popularity and support of the masses, but he too has been treading a similar path to banish corruption.

Gauri Shankar Rajak,   Dumka in Jharkhand,   Gandhian Anna Hazare,   corruption,   Jharkhand’s Anna,   Dumka Anna,   another Anna,  
Foreign students observe UN Day in Agra

Foreign students observe UN Day in Agra

25 Oct 2012

More than 100 foreign students and scores of local activists on Wednesday evening celebrated United Nations Day in Agra with dances, songs and speeches.

United Nations Day,   UN Day in Agra,   Central Hindi Institute,   CHI,  
IGNOU to set up 'Rajbhasha Cell' in 56 centres

IGNOU to set up 'Rajbhasha Cell' in 56 centres

23 Oct 2012

To promote the use of Hindi, the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will establish a 'Rajbhasha Cell' in all its 56 regional centres, officials said on Tuesday.

IGNOU,   IGNOU Hindi cell,   IGNOU centres,   Rajbhasha Cell,  
Diwali stops crackling in <strong>Hindi</strong> movies?

Diwali stops crackling in Hindi movies?

25 Oct 2011

Releasing a film during Diwali, one of the biggest festivals in India might be a sure way of earning good revenues, but over the years, the presence of this festivity on celluloid has diminished clearly. Like many other festivals in India, including holi, dahi handi and Ganesh festival,

Diwali and Bollywood,   Director Anees Bazmee ,   Amitabh Bachchan's Production Company (ABCL),   Diwali stops crackling in Hindi movies? ,  
Prachi Desai to romance Sanjay Dutt in <strong>Hindi</strong> remake of the Tamil flick Saamy

Prachi Desai to romance Sanjay Dutt in Hindi remake of the Tamil flick Saamy

08 Aug 2012

Like Sonakshi Sinha, Prachi Desai also seems to be opting to act with older heroes. After Abhishek Bachchan in Bol Bachchan, it is now Sanjay Dutt for Prachi. The actress has given her nod to co-star with Dutt in the Hindi remake of the Tamil flick Saamy. She begins shooting later this month in Hyderabad.

Prachi Desai,  Sanjay Dutt,   Remake of Tamil movie Saamy ,  
Akhilesh embarks on poll promises, offers to release jailed Muslim youth

Akhilesh embarks on poll promises, offers to release jailed Muslim youth

05 Apr 2012

Acting upon promises made during party’s campaign for state assembly polls, the newly elected SP government has started exercises on proving itself the real well wisher of the Muslim community of state. Akhilesh Yadav led Samajwadi Party government has announced to revoke cases against innocent Muslim youth and release them from jail including offering them proper compensations.The state government is also mulling over bringing a legislation in this regard.

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Goa polls: Congress' decision on four candidates still on hold

Goa polls: Congress' decision on four candidates still on hold

11 Feb 2012

Although only two more days are left to file nominations for the March 3 Goa polls, Congress is yet to announce its four candidates even as the party is facing trouble from Trinamool Congress which is absorbing the rebels.

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Online reading witnesses increase in China

Online reading witnesses increase in China

24 Apr 2012

While indicating a declining reading rate of newspapers and magazines, a survey in China has found only half of the Chinese read a little and only 1.2 percent of the people claim to be reading a lot, an increasing number of them online.

Newspaper reading in China,   Online reading in China,   online media in China ,  
Ahead of UP polls, EC relaxes conditions for use of aircraft

Ahead of UP polls, EC relaxes conditions for use of aircraft

07 Feb 2012

Ahead of elections in Uttar Pradesh starting February 8, the Election Commission has relaxed the conditions for use of aircraft in campaigning and its expenditure monitoring.

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