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Support staff changes could have been <strong>made</strong> after ODIs: Dravid

Support staff changes could have been made after ODIs: Dravid

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Indian batting legend Rahul Dravid has said that he would have preferred to wait till the end of India`s England tour to make changes to the support staff as such decisions could be "tough on everyone concerned".

Indian cricket team,   Rahul Dravid,   India's England tour,  
PIO jewellery tycoon to be <strong>made</strong> member of the House of Lords

PIO jewellery tycoon to be made member of the House of Lords

08 Aug 2014

London: Indian-origin jewellery tycoon Ranbir Singh Suri, Chairman of the British Asian Conservative Link and Andrew Cooper, is among the 20 new peers to be announced by Prime Minister David Cameron today.

Ranbir singh suri,   the House of Lords,   Oceanic Jewellers,   Karren Brady,   the Apprentice television star,   Sir Stuart Rose,   Karren Brady,   Michael Farmer,   Chris Fox,   Chris Fox,  
Processes will be <strong>made</strong> simpler to eliminate graft, says Prakash Javadekar

Processes will be made simpler to eliminate graft, says Prakash Javadekar

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Following the arrest of Censor Board CEO Rakesh Kumar by CBI in connection with a case of alleged bribery, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday said that processes will be made simpler so that corruption can be eliminated.

Prakash Javadekar,   Information and Broadcasting Minister,   CBI,   Central Bureau of Investigation,   Censor Board,   Rakesh Kumar ,  
City spiders getting bigger, multiplying faster

City spiders getting bigger, multiplying faster

21 Aug 2014

Sydney: If you think that the spiders you see in your garden are getting bigger, you are probably right.

City spiders,   spider,   weaving spiders,   rural areas,   man-made structures,   urban areas,   ,  
Rare blue-coloured crab discovered in Alaska

Rare blue-coloured crab discovered in Alaska

21 Jul 2014

Alaska: A rare blue-coloured red king crab was part of a fisherman’s catch earlier this month in Nome, Alaska. Frank McFarland found the blue crab in his pot while fishing on July 4 off Nome.

Rare blue-coloured crab,   Alaska,   king crab,   Seafood,   Fish,  
Agra, Noida, Lucknow to be <strong>made</strong> cycle friendly cities: Akhilesh

Agra, Noida, Lucknow to be made cycle friendly cities: Akhilesh

12 Aug 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said that Noida and Greater Noida would be further developed as 'cycle friendly' cities.

Akhilesh Yadav,   Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister,   Agra,   Noida,   Lucknow,   cycle friendly cities,   Uttar Pradesh govt,  
Supreme Court concerned over repeated attempts being <strong>made</strong> to defame judiciary

Supreme Court concerned over repeated attempts being made to defame judiciary

11 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In a strong exception against the repeated attempts and misleading campaigns being made to defame judiciary, Chief Justice of India RM Lodha on Monday said that great damage is being done to the democracy

Indian Judiciary,   Markandey Katju,   Supreme Court Chief Justice R M Lodha,   Supreme Court,   R M Lodha,  
<strong>Lemon</strong> Rice recipe

Lemon Rice recipe

21 May 2012

Lemon rice is a delicious south Indian dish. Lemon juice gives a very refreshing and tangy flavor to the rice. This easy yet delicious recipe is hot pick for summer parties. Enjoy this scrumptious rice recipe with your kith and kin and try your culinary skills with this unique dish.

Lemon rice recipe,   Rice recipe made with lemon,   Indian traditional rice dishes,   Vegetarian rice recipes ,  
Shaw <strong>made</strong> to train alone as not fit enough for Van Gaal

Shaw made to train alone as not fit enough for Van Gaal

29 Jul 2014

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has ordered full back Luke Shaw to train alone, saying the 19-year-old is "not very fit" and unable to meet the Dutchman's expectations.

Manchester United,   Louis van Gaal,   Luke Shaw ,  
Free ‘Namo <strong>fish</strong>’ to celebrate Modi assuming office

Free ‘Namo fish’ to celebrate Modi assuming office

24 May 2014

Chennai: After 'NaMo tea stalls' and mobile fish stalls of a similar moniker used for campaigning in the Lok Sabha polls, the state BJP has hit upon the idea of distributing 'NaMo fish' free of cost to the public on May 26, the day Narendra Modi assumes office as the Prime Minister.

Narendra Modi,   Namo fish,   LS polls,   BJP,   NaMo tea stalls,   ,  

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