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Shahid Afridi criticises umpires after T20I defeat against Bangladesh

Shahid Afridi criticises umpires after T20I defeat against Bangladesh

25 Apr 2015

Mirpur: Pakistan T20 skipper Shahid Afridi has criticised umpiring decisions following their seven-wicket loss to Bangladesh in the one-off Twenty20 International here.Bangladesh registered their maiden win over Pakistan in T20Is at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here on Friday.

Shahid Afridi,   Bangladesh,   Pakistan cricket,   Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium,   Mushfiqur Rahim,   latest sports news,  
<strong>E</strong>-<strong>Challan</strong> for traffic violators to be made mandatory in Maharashtra

E-Challan for traffic violators to be made mandatory in Maharashtra

13 Jan 2015

Mumbai: If you don't see traffic police on the road, don't try to break the signal as violators shall be caught on camera as part of the E-Challan procedure which will be soon made mandatory by the Maharashtra Government.

E-Challan,   traffic norms violation,   CCTV surveillance,   Android device,   traffic constables,   swipe machine ,  
Civil services exam: Candidates asked to download <strong>e</strong>-call letter for interview

Civil services exam: Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Call letters for personality test will not be sent by post to the candidates who have cleared the civil services (main) examination, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Civil services exam,   Candidates of UPSC,   UPSC,   IAS,   IFS,   IPS,   Latest Nation News,  
 <strong>E</strong>-cigarettes no help in kicking the butt

E-cigarettes no help in kicking the butt

20 Apr 2015

New York:  Are e-cigarettes a helpful tool in the efforts to kick the butt? Not at all, says a new study.

e cigarettes,   kick the butt,   smoking,   smokers,   Latest health news,  
LeT bomb expert Karim Tunda discharged in two blast cases

LeT bomb expert Karim Tunda discharged in two blast cases

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda was on Thursday discharged by a Delhi court in connection with two separate blast cases lodged in 1997 in which one person was killed and several others were injured.

Lashkar e Taiba,   LeT,   Bomb expert,   Abdul Karim Tunda,   Delhi court,   Blast cases,  
Government may offer <strong>e</strong>-tourist visa to Chinese nationals

Government may offer e-tourist visa to Chinese nationals

19 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to China, India may extend the e-tourist visa facility to citizens of that country, despite strong opposition from an intelligence agency.

Narendra Modi,   e tourist visa,   Chinese nationals,   Prime Minister,   latest news on PM Modi,   Latest India news ,  
MIM stuns Congress, NCP in Aurangabad civic polls

MIM stuns Congress, NCP in Aurangabad civic polls

23 Apr 2015

Aurangabad: The Hyderabad-based All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen notched a spectacular performance in the elections to the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation and is poised to become the main opposition party following poll results here on Thursday.

MIM,  Congress,   NCP,   BJP,   Shiv sena,   Aurangabad civic polls,   Aurangabad Municipal Corporation,   All India Majlis e Ittehadul Muslimeen,   Latest Nation News,  
 High flavours in <strong>e</strong>-cigarettes bad for health

High flavours in e-cigarettes bad for health

16 Apr 2015

New York:  The high levels of chemicals used to flavour some brands of e-cigarette fluid could be respiratory irritants, says a new study.Analysing e-cigarette fluid in a sample of 30 products in the US, the researchers found that some brands of e-cigarette fluid exceed recommended exposure limits.

e cigarettes,   High flavours,   bad health,   respiratory irritants,   Latest health news,  
 Vitamin <strong>E</strong> deficiency can damage brain

Vitamin E deficiency can damage brain

14 Apr 2015

New York:  Eating diets rich in vitamin E can help you stay sharp as researchers have found that deficiency of this vitamin may cause damage to brain cells.

Vitamin E,   deficiency,   damage brain,   brain cells,   neuronal health,   Latest news,  
Motorola launches 4G version of Moto <strong>E</strong> Second generation at Rs 7,999 in India

Motorola launches 4G version of Moto E Second generation at Rs 7,999 in India

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: US-based Motorola has launched the 4G version of its popular affordable smartphone, Moto E, to India at Rs 7,999 as it looks to compete with brands like Xiaomi and Yu.

Moto E,   Moto E 4G,   moto e 2nd gen,   moto e price,   moto e lollipop,   4G smartphones,   Budget smartphone ,  

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