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Congress will go solo in Tamil Nadu in future: Rahul Gandhi

Congress will go solo in Tamil Nadu in future: Rahul Gandhi

21 Apr 2014

Ramanathapuram (Tamil Nadu): Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that it would go alone in Tamil Nadu in future also and bring a government liked by the people.

Congress,   Rahul Gandhi,   general elections,   DMK,   Food Security Act,   lok Sabha elections,  
MNREGA, <strong>Food</strong> <strong>Security</strong> fail to check exodus in Chhattisgarh

MNREGA, Food Security fail to check exodus in Chhattisgarh

18 Apr 2014

Bilaspur: UPA’s two flagship programmes Food Security Bill and MNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi Nation Rural Employment Guarantee Act) upon which the Congress has been banking on to woo the rural voters, seems to have failed to improve the electoral prospects of the party in the Lok Sabha elections.

MNREGA,   Food Security,  exodus in Chhattisgarh,   UPA,   Congress,   Lok Sabha,   Congress vote bank ,  
Edible flowers can help prevent diseases: Study

Edible flowers can help prevent diseases: Study

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study suggests that common edible flowers can help prevent chronic diseases and food oxidation.

Edible flowers,   food oxidation,   IFT,   common edible flowers,   preventing diseases,   ,  
2014 Election: TV actresses hope for better education, women's <strong>security</strong>

2014 Election: TV actresses hope for better education, women's security

23 Apr 2014

Mumbai: The 16th Lok Sabha elections are underway and actresses like Jennifer Winget and Deepika Singh say that once the new government comes to power, it should work towards education for all, security for women and eradication of child labour.

Tv stars,   Lok Sabha Elections,   women and eradication of child labour,   Jennifer Winget ,   Deepika Singh ,   Neelu Vaghela ,   Manasi Savli,   Disha Parmar,   Divyanka Tripathi,   ,  
India conveys deep concern to UNSC over attacks on peacemakers in S Sudan

India conveys deep concern to UNSC over attacks on peacemakers in S Sudan

23 Apr 2014

United Nations: In the wake of last week's attack on a UN base in South Sudan that injured two Indian peacekeepers, India has conveyed its ‘deep concern’ to the Security Council over the continued hostilities and lack of political dialogue in the troubled nation.

South Sudan,   Security Council,   United Nations,   UNSC,   Indian peacemakers,   UNMISS,  
Strict <strong>security</strong> measures for Modi's Andhra Pradesh rallies

Strict security measures for Modi's Andhra Pradesh rallies

22 Apr 2014

Hyderabad: Considering threat perception to BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Andhra Pradesh police have taken all necessary precautions and put security measures in place to avoid any untoward incident during his rallies in the state on Tuesday.

BJP's prime ministerial candidate,   Narendra Modi,   Andhra Pradesh police,   Modi security,   Lashkar-e-Taiba,   Modi’s rally,  
 <strong>Security</strong> beefed up in Varanasi ahead of Modi's nomination

Security beefed up in Varanasi ahead of Modi's nomination

22 Apr 2014

Varanasi: Security has been beefed up in the temple town of Uttar Pradesh ahead of filing of nomination by Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday. A high-level police team from Gujarat has arrived to ensure a fool-proof cordon around Modi.

Modi security,   Narendra Modi,   Narendra Modi nomination,   security in Varanasi,   Lok Sabha elections,  
Huawei says reports of NSA spying won't impact growth

Huawei says reports of NSA spying won't impact growth

23 Apr 2014

Shenzhen: China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's No. 2 telecoms equipment maker, on Wednesday shrugged off analysts' concerns that its growth will suffer from media reports alleging United States accessed servers at its Shenzhen headquarters.

Huawei,   NSA spying,   Huawei growth,   Huawei Technologies,   telecoms equipment maker,   National Security Agency,  
China faces <strong>security</strong> risks after Windows XP demise

China faces security risks after Windows XP demise

22 Apr 2014

Beijing: China is trying to counter possible security risks for state agencies after Microsoft stopped providing security updates for the Windows XP operating system, a government official said in Beijing on Tuesday.

Windows XP demise,   Windows XP,   data security,   XP operating system,   Windows 8,   microsoft,  
Indian women should be experimental, says British hair expert

Indian women should be experimental, says British hair expert

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The soaring temperature calls for new hair styles and British hair expert Bill Watson suggests Indian women need to be more experimental with cuts and colours.

new hair styles ,   British hair expert Bill Watson,   Shades of pink,   International Artistic Designer,   Toni&Guy,   natural look for summer season,   ,  

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