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PV Sindhu creates <strong>history</strong>, storms into semis of World Badminton Championships

PV Sindhu creates history, storms into semis of World Badminton Championships

30 Aug 2014

Copenhagen: Leading Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu created history Friday by reaching the women's singles semi-finals and assuring herself of at least a bronze medal finish at the World Championships here.

PV Sindhu,   World Championships,   World badminton,   Badminton India,   Saina Nehwal,  
IRCTC launches app for BlackBerry 10 smartphone to <strong>book</strong> train tickets

IRCTC launches app for BlackBerry 10 smartphone to book train tickets

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With an eye on the growing usage of mobile applications, IRCTC has launched a new application to book tickets for BlackBerry smartphone users.

IRCTC,   BlackBerry smartphoneS,   BlackBerry 10,   rail tickets,   Indian rail,  
Educational apps exhibited in Delhi <strong>Book</strong> Fair

Educational apps exhibited in Delhi Book Fair

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: How about a talking pen that would read out to your children? Or what about clicking a picture of a difficult lab experiment and understanding it using a free app?

Educational apps,   Delhi Book Fair,   software platforms,   Android apps,   Windows OS,   talking pens,  
Chacha Chaudhary fans lap up early editions at Delhi <strong>Book</strong> Fair

Chacha Chaudhary fans lap up early editions at Delhi Book Fair

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: If numbers are anything to go by, the 20th edition of the Delhi Book Fair is witnessing a dramatic comeback of the iconic Indian comic character, Chacha Chaudhary, whose creator Pran Kumar Sharma died recently.

20th edition of Delhi Book Fair,   iconic Indian comic character,   Chacha Chaudhary,   Pran Kumar Sharma,   Chacha Chaudhary series,   Gulshan Rai ,  
Srinagar <strong>Book</strong> Fair to commence from today

Srinagar Book Fair to commence from today

23 Aug 2014

Srinagar: The week-long Srinagar Book Fair organized by the National Book Trust (NBT) will kick start in Srinagar on Saturday with an aim to promote book reading habits among the people and revive the intellectual culture in Kashmir Valley.

Srinagar,   book fair,   Srinagar Book Fair,   National Book Trust,   NBT,  
It's raining discounts at Delhi <strong>Book</strong> Fair

It's raining discounts at Delhi Book Fair

25 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Exhibitors at the ongoing 20th Delhi Book Fair are offering some wonderful gems at throwaway prices to ensure stock clearance and attract more footfalls. A brilliant coffee table book ‘India: Decorations, Interiors, Design’ by Henry Wilson is up for sale for Rs 600 while its original price is Rs 2,500.

Book fair,   Delhi book fair,   discounts,   coffee table books,   books,   literature,  
Mehta creates <strong>history</strong> with maximum 147 score

Mehta creates history with maximum 147 score

23 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Aditya Mehta has become the first Indian player to make an official maximum break by scoring 147 at the Arcaden Paul Hunter Classic in Germany.

Aditya Mehta,   Welsh Open,   snooker,   Indian player,   official maximum break,   scoring 147,   Arcaden Paul Hunter Classic,   Germany,   Ronnie Sullivan,  
Delhi <strong>Book</strong> Fair to begin on Saturday

Delhi Book Fair to begin on Saturday

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The 20th edition of the Delhi Book Fair, with the theme ‘Literature in Cinema’, will begin here Aug 23, the organisers said on Thursday.

Book fair,   delhi book fair,   literature in cinema,   pragati maidan,   books,   literature,  
Vintage photos reveal <strong>history</strong> of India, its neighbours

Vintage photos reveal history of India, its neighbours

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A scrutiny of 19th century photographic negatives brings into focus the existence of a series of Mughal gardens, which once laced between majestic Taj Mahal and its neighbouring Agra Fort.

Vintage photos,   history of India,   Taj Mahal,   Agra fort,   rare images,   Mughal garden,  
Abdul Kalam stresses on importance of family in nation building

Abdul Kalam stresses on importance of family in nation building

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Economic growth or military strength alone won’t make India strong, a truly sustainable society, at the heart of which is the family, is very much necessary, argues former President APJ Abdul Kalam in his new book.

APJ Abdul Kalam,   nation building,   economic growth,   military strength,   former president,   book,   noble nation,  

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