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 Follow these easy tips for hassle <strong>free</strong> Holi

Follow these easy tips for hassle free Holi

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The most colorful and fun festival of India, Holi is right around the corner. Also known as a carnival of colors, this festival involves drenching everyone in colored powder, paste and water. However, a lot of people experience several skin, hair, nail and eye problems, which may last up to two weeks after the festival.

Holi tips,   Holi Colors,   skin tips for Holi,   Happy Holi ,  
Federer beats Djokovic in straight sets to win Dubai open title

Federer beats Djokovic in straight sets to win Dubai open title

02 Mar 2015

Dubai: Swiss superstar Roger Federer defeated World No.1 Novak Djokovic 6-3, 7-5 to win the Dubai duty free championships for the seventh time at the Dubai Aviation Club Stadium here.

Roger Federer,   Novak Djokovic,   Dubai duty free championships,   Dubai Aviation Club Stadium,  
Now, <strong>free</strong> legal advice, training at DU's legal aid clinics

Now, free legal advice, training at DU's legal aid clinics

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: To extend free advice on questions of law and offer consultations on matters like property rights, Delhi University is hosting legal aid clinics which will not be restricted only to the varsity fraternity but open to all.

Delhi University,   DU legal aid clinics,   Delhi State Legal Services Authority,   DSLSA,  
<strong>Free</strong> water, slash in power tariff in Delhi to cost exchequer around Rs 1670 crore annually

Free water, slash in power tariff in Delhi to cost exchequer around Rs 1670 crore annually

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi:  Fulfilling major pre-poll promises, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Admi Party (AAP) government has slashed the power tariffs by 50 percent for consumption of upto 400 units and also announced to provide 20,000 litres of waters free to every household in the national capital.

Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Free Water,   Slash in power tariff ,  
Gunmen open fire at journalist's house

Gunmen open fire at journalist's house

17 Feb 2014

Imphal: Unidentified gunmen opened fire at the house of a journalist, who was allegedly beaten up by the personnel of India Reserve Battalion recently, in Imphal West district of Manipur on Monday, police said.

security issues in imphal,   All Manipur Working Journalists' Union,  India Reserve Battalion,  Imphal Free Press,  
Manipur: IRB havildar suspended for beating up journalist

Manipur: IRB havildar suspended for beating up journalist

14 Feb 2014

IMPHAL: A havildar of the India Reserve Battalion (IRB) has been suspended over his alleged assault on a journalist of a local English daily earlier this week, said the police on Friday.

India Reserve Battalion,   Imphal Free Press,   All Manipur Working Journalists' Union,   security issues in Imphal,  
Now you can save 50,000 songs in Google Play Music

Now you can save 50,000 songs in Google Play Music

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Now you can store more songs in your device as the tech giant Google has announced to expand the storage capacity in its Google Play Music service.

Google,   Google Play Music,   Google music store,   Google music storage capacity,   Google free music,  
 White House defends <strong>press</strong> freedom under Obama administration

White House defends press freedom under Obama administration

19 Feb 2015

Washington: The White House has defended press freedom under the current administration, saying US President Barack Obama believes press freedom is critically important to the success of the country.

White House,   press freedom,   Barack Obama,   US President,   ,  
BJP, Congress accuse AAP government of misleading people

BJP, Congress accuse AAP government of misleading people

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: BJP and Congress accused the Arvind Kejriwal government of misleading people by playing tricks with figures while announcing 50 percent cut in power tariff and free water scheme.

BJP,   Congress,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi government,   Delhi power tariff,   Free water,  
MTS launches 'World Cup' pack offering <strong>free</strong> minutes to users

MTS launches 'World Cup' pack offering free minutes to users

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to cash in on the cricket World Cup fever, Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL) on Tuesday launched an offer for pre-paid customers wherein free minutes will be awarded every time India hits a boundary.

Cricket World Cup,   Sistema Shyam TeleServices,   MTS tariff,   MTS prepaid,   MTS calling rates,  

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