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Air China plane makes <strong>emergency</strong> landing after bomb scare

Air China plane makes emergency landing after bomb scare

25 Feb 2015

Beijing: An Air China flight on Wednesday made an emergency landing at an airport in China's southwest Chongqing province after a passenger claimed to have explosives on board.

Air China flight,   emergency landing,   bomb scare,   Guangxi Zhuang,   Autonomous Region,  
Person can be treated as Scheduled Caste even after re-conversion to Hinduism: SC

Person can be treated as Scheduled Caste even after re-conversion to Hinduism: SC

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday held that a person can be accorded Scheduled Caste (SC) status on his re-conversion to Hinduism if he is accepted by fellow caste men and proves that either he or his forefathers previously belonged to that caste before embracing another religion.

Supreme Court,   Scheduled Caste,   Conversion,   Hinduism,   Caste system,   Religion,  
Sensor-packed smartphones to secure your device

Sensor-packed smartphones to secure your device

26 Feb 2015

New York: An Indian-origin scientist and his team are adapting accelerometers, Global Positioning System (GPS) chips, gyroscopes and other sensors to make smartphones that can read a user's mood, eliminate passwords, protect financial transactions and more.

Accelerometers,   Global Positioning System,   GPS,   Gyroscopes,   Sensors,   Smartphones,   Passwords,   Financial transactions,  
Those who subverted <strong>system</strong> will be punished: Oil Minister

Those who subverted system will be punished: Oil Minister

22 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of leakage of documents from his ministry, Oil and Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan asserted that all those who subverted the system would be punished but made it clear that the government was not targeting any particular corporate.

Oil and Petroleum Minister,   Dharmendra Pradhan,   Modi government,   standard operating procedures,   Document leakage case ,  
NCW for effective implementation of law against Devadasi custom

NCW for effective implementation of law against Devadasi custom

24 Feb 2015

Hyderabad: National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson Lalitha Kumaramangalam on Monday stressed the need for strengthening and effectively implementing the law to tackle the scourge of Devadasi system in the country.

National Commission for Women,   Devadasi custom,   Lalitha Kumaramangalam,   Devadasi system,   Jogini system,  
NASA new frontiers mission to begin next year

NASA new frontiers mission to begin next year

24 Feb 2015

Washington: NASA has announced to start its next mission in the New Frontiers line a cost-capped class of USD 1 billion robotic solar-system explorers in 2016.

NASA,   New Frontiers mission,   robotic solar system,   planetary science,  
Children have fewer allergies when families do dishes by hand: Study

Children have fewer allergies when families do dishes by hand: Study

24 Feb 2015

New York: Doing dishes by hand, rather than loading them into the dishwasher, can help ward off childhood allergies, a new study has found. Researchers in Sweden found that children living in families that hand-washed their dishes were about 40 percent less likely to develop allergies compared with kids in homes that used a dishwasher.

childhood allergies,   dishes,   dishwasher,   bacteria,   immune system,   microbes,  
Need to adopt US <strong>system</strong> of censorship: Shabana Azmi

Need to adopt US system of censorship: Shabana Azmi

20 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Actress-social activist Shabana Azmi, who has slammed the Central Board of Film Certification's decision to refrain from profanity in films, has appealed to give up the British system of censorship and adopt the American one, whereby the filmmakers are liberal about their own films and censorship.

Bollywood actress social activist,   Shabana Azmi,   US system,   censorship,   Indian films,   CBFC chairperson Pankaj Nihalani,  
Food subsidy of Rs 8,228 crore released to 5 states under NFSA

Food subsidy of Rs 8,228 crore released to 5 states under NFSA

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Under the National Food Security Act, the Centre has released Rs 8,228.01 crore so far this fiscal, to five states where procurement of grains is decentralised.

Food Subsidy,   National Food Security Act,   NSFA,   Raosaheb Patil Danve,   decentralised procurement system,  
 Badlapur gets fantastic <strong>response</strong> and support from critics and industry!

Badlapur gets fantastic response and support from critics and industry!

19 Feb 2015

Mumbai: So called as the “twisted entertainment” which is all set to release tomorrow has bowled the critics over with Varun Dhawan’s one of the most anticipated film Badlapur.

Badlapur review,   Varun Dhawan,   Badlapur screening,   Karan Johar,   Director Sriram Raghavan,  

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