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Pamper yourself more this holi

Pamper yourself more this holi

06 Mar 2015

Holi is all about fun and good food. It is one such festival that everyone both loves and hates. It probably one of the most messiest festivals. We love it because it brings amazing colours to our lives, but the problem arises when those beautiful colors show there stubbornness and  leave behind some major skin and hair issues. And the  the colors are so obstinate that they actually take weeks to go.

Holi,   Holi festival in India,   Health Issues,   Festival of Colours,  
Revoke ban on BBC documentary: Editors Guild of <strong>India</strong>

Revoke ban on BBC documentary: Editors Guild of India

06 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Editors Guild of India on Friday appealed to the government to revoke the ban on the telecast of the BBC documentary, depicting the aftermath of the brutal gangrape and murder of Nirbhaya in 2012, saying the move was "wholly unwarranted".

Storyville Indias daughter,   Editors Guild of India,   Government of India,   ban on BBC documentary,   December 2012 gangrape,   Nirbhaya gangrape ,  
PM Modi heads to Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka; tour begins on 10th March

PM Modi heads to Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka; tour begins on 10th March

06 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave on March 10 on a three-nation visit - Seychelles, Mauritius and Sri Lanka - the External Affairs Ministry announced on Friday with no mention, however, of the Maldives, which was being considered earlier.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Seychelles,   Mauritius,   Sri Lanka,   External Affairs Ministry,   PM abroad trip ,  
People throng streets to celebrate Holi in Punjab, Haryana

People throng streets to celebrate Holi in Punjab, Haryana

06 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: Holi was celebrated with gaiety and fervour in Punjab, Haryana and their common capital Chandigarh on Friday as revellers took to streets armed with sprinklers since morning.

Holi,   Punjab,   Haryana,   Holi Celebration in India,   Holi festival,  
ICC World Cup: <strong>India</strong> pack West Indies for 182 at WACA in Perth

ICC World Cup: India pack West Indies for 182 at WACA in Perth

06 Mar 2015

Perth: Indian bowling unit continued its splendid show as it bundled out a below-par West Indies for a paltry 182 in a group league match at the ICC Cricket World Cup, here on Friday.

Cricket World Cup,   West Indies vs India,   INDvsWI,   West Indies cricket team,   Jason Holder,   MS Dhoni,   Indian cricket team,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Live scorecard,   live cricket score,   live scoreboard,  
UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

06 Mar 2015

United Nations: Lauding India's improved disaster risk management and accuracy of its meteorological department, the UN has said timely warnings on cyclones have helped "dramatically" reduce mortality during natural calamities.

United Nation,   India,   Improved Disaster Risk Management,  Indian Met Department,   Natural Calamities,   Cyclone Phailin,   Global Assessment Report,  
Scribes covering Civil Aviation barred from entering <strong>Ministry</strong>

Scribes covering Civil Aviation barred from entering Ministry

05 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Journalists covering the Civil Aviation beat have been barred from entering Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan where the ministry is based, a move the scribes have protested against.

Civil Aviation,   Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   CISF,   Ministry of Civil Aviation,  
North Korea may remove Ebola quarantine measures

North Korea may remove Ebola quarantine measures

02 Mar 2015

Pyongyang: North Korea might remove quarantine measures against Ebola from Tuesday, health ministry officials said on Monday.

North Korea,   quarantine measures,   Ebola,   health ministry,  
Swineflu death toll touches 1,158, Ahmedabad lawyers stay away from work

Swineflu death toll touches 1,158, Ahmedabad lawyers stay away from work

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi/Ahmedabad: Swine flu claimed the lives of 43 more people taking the toll in the country to 1,158 with Gujarat and Rajasthan reporting maximum deaths sparking panic among lawyers in Ahmedabad where nearly 10,000 of them on Tuesday stayed away from work.

Swine flu death toll,   Ahemdabad lawyers,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Health Ministry,   Gujarat High Court,   Health Minister JP Nadda ,  
40 percent staff vacancy in 6 state government medical colleges:Gujarat <strong>Health</strong> Minister

40 percent staff vacancy in 6 state government medical colleges:Gujarat Health Minister

05 Mar 2015

Ahmedabad: Six government-run medical colleges have 40 per sent staff shortage in the major district headquarters, the Gujarat assembly was told on Wednesday.

Gujrat,   Government medical colleges,   Health Minister,   Staff vacancy,   Gujrat assembly,   District headquaters,  

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