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Tamil Nadu should understand concerns on rising water level: Oommen Chandy

Tamil Nadu should understand concerns on rising water level: Oommen Chandy

24 Nov 2014

Chennai: With the water level in the Mullaperiyar dam touching the contentious 142 foot mark, the Kerala government on Monday urged Tamil Nadu to "understand" its concerns over the dam's stability, while indicating that it had no problems sharing water with its neighbour.

Mullaperiyar dam,   Kerala government,   Tamil Nadu,   Chief Minister Oommen Chandy,   Safety of the dam,   Supreme Court,   ,  
Ensure devotees' <strong>safety</strong> during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

Ensure devotees' safety during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

22 Nov 2014

Cuttack: Orissa High Court has asked the state government to make proper and foolproof arrangements for every devotee to pay obeisance to the deities at Jagannath Temple in Puri during Nabakalebar festival next year. The HC order came on Friday while adjudicating over a PIL concerning the safety and security of the devotees during the mega festival next year.

Nabakalebar festival,   Orissa,   High Court,   devotee safety,   Jagannath Temple,   Puri temple,  
Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via college elections: Vinod Tawde

Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via college elections: Vinod Tawde

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is keen to re-start college elections as they would groom student leaders and help them develop leadership skills, Education Minister Vinod Tawde said here on Saturday.

Maharashtra government,   Education Minister Vinod Tawde,   College elections,   self defence for girls,   leadership skills,   ,  
BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, students

BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, students

20 Nov 2014

Lucknow: Opposition Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday accused a UP Government's minister of misbehaving with the staff and students of a government girls' school at Banda while he conducted an inspection there.

Bahujan Samaj Party,   BSP,   Naseemuddin Siddiqui,   UP minister,   misbehave,   school staff,   students,   government girls school,   Banda,   inspection,  
Recovery of MH17 wreckage to be completed in five days

Recovery of MH17 wreckage to be completed in five days

18 Nov 2014

The Hague: The recovery of the wreckage Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be completed in around five days, the Dutch Safety Board, leading the investigation into the crash in eastern Ukraine, has announced.

Malaysian Airlines Flight,   Dutch Safety Board,   Eastern Ukraine,   Netherland,   Khariv,  
India has highest number of people practicing open defecation

India has highest number of people practicing open defecation

19 Nov 2014

United Nations: India has the highest number of people practising open defecation in the world at 597 million, according to the UN which said political will at the "highest level" is needed to address the challenge.

India,   World Toilet Day,   United Nations,  Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Africa,   Mahatma Gandhi,   Women's Safety ,  
Spotlight on Modi's sanitation campaign at UN

Spotlight on Modi's sanitation campaign at UN

20 Nov 2014

United Nations: November 19 could well have been called "Swachh Vishwa Abhiyan Din."  It was observed at the UN and around the world as World Toilet Day, an observance to further sanitation where leaders spoke of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan - Clean India Mission - campaign to provide toilets for all.

Modi's sanitation campaign at UN,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Mission,   new mass movement on sanitation,   India's Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukerji,   envisages provision of toilets in every school in India,   World Toilet Day,   Open Defecation and the Challenges for Women and Girls,   Women and girls are vulnerable to sexual violence,   Singapore's High Commissioner,   deliver a Clean India by 2019,   150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,   ,  
Apple devices under 'masque attack' threat: Cyber agency

Apple devices under 'masque attack' threat: Cyber agency

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Cyber security sleuths have alerted users of 'Apple' iphones and ipads against a lurking 'masque attack' on their devices that could compromise gadget safety and steal sensitive private information.

Apple devices,   masque attack,   threat,   Cyber agency,   Apple iphones,   Apple ipads,   gadget safety,  
Government  kicks off Bal Swachhta Mission, Udaan scheme for <strong>girls</strong>

Government kicks off Bal Swachhta Mission, Udaan scheme for girls

14 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government on Friday kick-started the Bal Swachhta Mission as part of Children's Day celebrations and also launched the 'Udaan' programme for girls, which seeks to prepare them for the IIT-JEE.

Modi government,   Bal Swachhta Mission,   Children's Day,   Udaan,   Girls,   IIT-JEE,  
Smartphone? No, it's gun in your pocket!

Smartphone? No, it's gun in your pocket!

20 Nov 2014

New York: It looks like a smartphone tucked in your pocket, but the Taurus Curve is a gun with a laser target system and holds seven 380 calibre bullets.

looks like a smartphone tucked in your pocket,   Taurus Curve is a gun,   laser target system,   holds seven 380 calibre bullets,   US gun firm Taurus,   no external safety clip,   sights to ensure a low profile when carried,   the gun you wear,   the world's first and only curved firearm,   ,  

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