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I'll never work for <strong>free</strong>: Emraan Hashmi

I'll never work for free: Emraan Hashmi

29 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Emraan Hashmi, who is looking forward to his next ‘Raja Natwarlal’, seems to have a practical approach towards his acting job. He is not willing to slog for free, but at the same time he clarifies money is not the sole purpose behind accepting a project.

Emraan Hashmi,   Raja Natwarlal,   Emraan Hashmi movies,   Once Upon A Time in Mumbai,   Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji,   Ghanchakkar,  
Satisfied at polio-<strong>free</strong> India, but can't be complacent: Harsh Vardhan

Satisfied at polio-free India, but can't be complacent: Harsh Vardhan

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan says that he is happy about India being polio-free for three years and receiving WHO certification, but warned against becoming complacent and neglecting steps to save the country from getting re-infected by the polio virus.

Polio- free India,   Harsh Vardhan,   Union Health Minister,   WHO,   polio,  
Holy River Ganga set to become plastic <strong>free</strong> soon

Holy River Ganga set to become plastic free soon

28 Jul 2014

Kolkata: The Ganga Jagran Yatra which started a month back from Haridwar in Uttarakhand culminated in Kolkata on Sunday. The ‘rath’, in the past 30 days, covered more than 1,000 kilometres in five states and carried the message of rejuvenating River Ganga.

Ganga,   Kolkata,   Ganga Jagran Yatra,   Dainik Jagran,   Union Minister of States (Independent Charge) for Petroleum and Natural Gas,   Ganga Aarti programme,   clean Ganga,  
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,  
UN, US <strong>press</strong> Gaza truce efforts as death toll soars

UN, US press Gaza truce efforts as death toll soars

22 Jul 2014

Cairo: US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday discussed proposals for a Gaza ceasefire with Egypt, as both sides voiced guarded hopes of ending the bloodshed.

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi,   John Kerry,   Ban Ki-moon,   Gaza truce,   Egypt,  
Tarun Gogoi reallocates portfolios to four ministers

Tarun Gogoi reallocates portfolios to four ministers

23 Jul 2014

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday reallocated portfolios to four ministers in his cabinet after dropping two ministers on Tuesday   consequent to the resignation of dissident minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday.

Tarun Gogoi,   Assam Chief Minister,   Bharat Chandra Narah,   press advisor,  
<strong>Press</strong> charges against Vaidik: Youth Congress to government

Press charges against Vaidik: Youth Congress to government

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Scores of Indian Youth Congress workers on Tuesday held a demonstration at Jantar Mantar here demanding action against senior journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik for having met 26/11-mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan.

Ved Pratap Vaidik,   charges against Vaidik,   Youth Congress,   Hafiz Saeed,   Vaidk’s meeting with Saeed,   ,  
Katju's allegations completely baseless: Balakrishnan

Katju's allegations completely baseless: Balakrishnan

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Former Chief Justice of India KG Balakrishnan on Monday hit back at Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju, terming as "completely baseless" his allegations that he and two other ex-CJIs made "improper compromises" in retaining a Tamil Nadu judge under corruption cloud during UPA rule.

Chief Justice of India,   KG Balakrishnan,   Press Council of India,   Markandey Katju,   Supreme Court,  
Uttar Pradesh government to give <strong>free</strong> power connections to 1.72 lakh families

Uttar Pradesh government to give free power connections to 1.72 lakh families

19 Jul 2014

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government will provide free electricity connections to 1.72 lakh below poverty line (BPL) families in the state, officials said on Saturday.

Uttar Pradesh,   power connections,   free power connections,   electricity,  

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