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Rail Budget: <strong>History</strong> at a glance

Rail Budget: History at a glance

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu will present the Rail Budget on Thursday in Parliament. Rail Budget is the Annual Financial Statement of the state-owned Indian Railways. It is presented every year by the Railway Minister in Parliament.

Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   Rail Budget,   railway budget 2015,   Indian Railways,   New train list,  
After Perumal Murugan, another Tamil author faces attack over his <strong>book</strong>

After Perumal Murugan, another Tamil author faces attack over his book

26 Feb 2015

Chennai: Close on the heels of the controversy surrounding author Perumal Murugan's work "Mathorubagan", an upcoming writer in Karur was allegedly assaulted by members of a particular community accusing him of making some derogatory references in his novel.

Tamil author,   Perumal Murugan,   Mathorubagan,   Tamil writer,   Derogatory references,   Novel,  
Top 10 fastest bowlers in cricket <strong>history</strong>

Top 10 fastest bowlers in cricket history

23 Feb 2015

Even the most technically perfect batsmen in the world are afraid of pace bowlers at some point of time in their career. Some even had nightmares facing them and few batters had seen the bloody side of cricket while facing these mighty pacers.

Batsmen,   Fast Bowlers,   Cricket history,   Shoaib Akhtar,   Brett Lee,   Shaun Tait,   Jeff Thompson,   Andy Roberts,   Shane Bond,   Dale Steyn ,  
Long-lost Sherlock Holmes story discovered in woodcutter's attic

Long-lost Sherlock Holmes story discovered in woodcutter's attic

24 Feb 2015

London: A long-lost Sherlock Holmes story written by Arthur Conan Doyle for a fundraiser has been unearthed after lying in an attic for almost 50 years.

Sherlock Holmes story,   woodcutters attic,   Arthur Conan Doyle,   Book the Brig,   Walter Elliot,  
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt launches debut novel at World <strong>Book</strong> Fair

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt launches debut novel at World Book Fair

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Acclaimed Bollywood filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says his debut novel 'All That Could Have Been', which is based on the screenplay of his forthcoming film 'Hamaari Adhuri Kahaani', is about the new-age woman.

Mahesh Bhatt,   Bollywood filmmaker,   debut novel,   World Book Fair,   Hamaari Adhuri Kahaani,  
At Delhi <strong>Book</strong> Fair, discounted books attract visitors

At Delhi Book Fair, discounted books attract visitors

16 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Classics ranging from "Madame Bovary" to bestsellers like "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" are amongst books being offered at throwaway prices at the ongoing New Delhi World Book Fair.

Delhi Book Fair,   discounted books,   New Delhi World Book Fair,   The Da Vinci code book ,  
Microfinance sector on revival path; loan-<strong>book</strong> grows over 50 percent

Microfinance sector on revival path; loan-book grows over 50 percent

17 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The country's microfinance sector witnessed an over 50 percent jump in the total loan-book at the end of December quarter to Rs 314.5 billion as the non-bank lenders expanded their reach to 28.7 million borrowers, an industry body said.

Microfinance sector,   Loan book,   Non bank lenders,   Borrowers,  
<strong>History</strong> favours India in World Cup opener against Pakistan

History favours India in World Cup opener against Pakistan

14 Feb 2015

Adelaide: Plagued by injuries and inconsistent performances, a jittery India will begin their title defence, taking inspiration from history when they lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in what promises to be a high voltage opening round clash of the ICC Cricket World Cup on Sunday.

India vs Pakistan,   India vs Pakistan world cup match,   India vs Pakistan cricket,   ICC Cricket World Cup,   MS Dhoni,   Virat Kohli,  
'Aberrations' do not alter India's <strong>history</strong> of tolerance: Government

'Aberrations' do not alter India's history of tolerance: Government

06 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Reacting cautiously to US President Barack Obama's concern about  religious "intolerance" in India, government on Friday said any "aberrations" do not alter India's history of tolerance.

US President,   Barack Obama,   religious intolerance in India,   Government of India,   Arun Jaitley,   Rajnath Singh,  
Irshad Kamil's <strong>book</strong> of poems released by Ranbir, Imtiaz

Irshad Kamil's book of poems released by Ranbir, Imtiaz

07 Feb 2015

Gurgaon: Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor and filmmaker Imtiaz Ali Friday released a book of poetry "Ek Maheena Nazmon Ka" written by their friend, lyricist Irshad Kamil.

Irshad Kamils book. Ranbir Kapoor. filmmaker Imtiaz Ali,   lyricist Irshad Kamil ,  

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