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Rahul took 'too long to emerge': Book

Rahul took 'too long to emerge': Book

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In the midst of an intense debate over Rahul Gandhi's future role in Congress, a new book says the young leader took "too long to emerge" and describes his 2014 Lok Sabha election campaign as "the worst" in living memory.

Rahul Gandhi,   Congress,   Mandate Will of the People,   Vir Sanghvi,   2014 Lok Sabha election debacle,  
Hindi TV show 'Swaragini' zooms in on Kolkata's hotspots

Hindi TV show 'Swaragini' zooms in on Kolkata's hotspots

26 Feb 2015

Kolkata: From the Howrah Bridge to Victoria Memorial, tram lines to the Kalighat Temple and Millenium Park various key locations of Kolkata have been captured for a new Hindi TV show 'Swaragini', which highlights the cultural conflicts between two neighbouring families.

Hindi TV show,   Swaragini,   Kolkata,   Howrah Bridge,   TV show ,  
Good <strong>news</strong> on power tariff cut, free water 'very soon': Kejriwal

Good news on power tariff cut, free water 'very soon': Kejriwal

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: After a week in office, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said his government was going to cut power tariff and launch a free water scheme "very soon" in line with election promises made by Aam Aadmi Party.

Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi government,   Power tariff,   Free water,   Election promises,   Aam Aadmi Party,  
AAP meet discusses internal criticism over candidate selection

AAP meet discusses internal criticism over candidate selection

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party held a detailed discussion, in which a section raised their opinion about the concerns put forth by some leaders criticising the candidate selection during the Delhi Assembly election.

AAP,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Delhi Assembly election,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
Australian Prime Minister bats away leadership speculation

Australian Prime Minister bats away leadership speculation

27 Feb 2015

Sydney: Embattled Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Friday dismissed heated speculation he will be dumped by his conservative colleagues, saying he expected to lead his party to the next election.

Australian Prime Minister,   Tony Abbott,   leadership speculation,   next election,   conservative colleagues ,  
Young Indians prefer mobile for <strong>news</strong> and entertainment: Study

Young Indians prefer mobile for news and entertainment: Study

20 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Young Indian consumers are preferring mobile devices over traditional media like television and radio for information, current affairs as well as source of entertainment and this trend is poised to surge in the coming years, a private telecom operator said here on Wednesday.

Young Indians,   entertainment,   news,   mobile,   recreation,   telecom operator,  
 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!' celebrates <strong>Howrah</strong> Bridge's birthday

'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!' celebrates Howrah Bridge's birthday

03 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Kolkata's iconic Howrah Bridge, which was commissioned 72 years ago on February 3, witnessed a unique tribute on its birthday Tuesday with a flash mob act by 50 dancers on a "Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!" (DBB) soundtrack.

Detective Byomkesh Bakshy,   Howrah Bridge birthday,  Kolkata,   Sushant Singh Rajput ,  
Opposition parties call <strong>Howrah</strong> bandh tomorrow

Opposition parties call Howrah bandh tomorrow

03 Feb 2015

Howrah: Opposition parties called bandh in Howrah city and the district on Wednesday to protest the killing of a youth by drunken men for protesting against eve-teasing.

Howrah bandh,   Opposition parties,   Arup Bhandari,   youth killed,   West Bengal,   Socialist Unity Centre of India Communist,  
Good <strong>news</strong> soon on black money issue: Prakash Javadekar

Good news soon on black money issue: Prakash Javadekar

09 Feb 2015

Bengaluru: Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday said people are in for good news in days to come as the names of those who have stashed black money in foreign banks will be made public as soon as the court takes up the matter.

Black Money,   Union Minister Prakash Javadekar,   Supreme Court,   SIT,   Modi Government,  
Ranbir Kapoor terms engagement <strong>news</strong> with Katrina as 'baseless rumour'

Ranbir Kapoor terms engagement news with Katrina as 'baseless rumour'

09 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, who is busy shooting for Anurag Basu's upcoming film 'Jagga Jasoos', has denied all the rumours about his engagement with his lady love Katrina Kaif.

Ranbir Kapoor,   Katrina Kaif,   Ranbir Kapoor engagement,   Bollywood rumours,   Jagga Jasoos,  

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