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<strong>Indian</strong> <strong>girl</strong> stuck in Pakistan needs 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' to help her

Indian girl stuck in Pakistan needs 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' to help her

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The latest blockbuster of bollywood 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', which made the audience emotional with its fictional story, is a real life incident for an Indian girl who is stuck in Pakistan for 14 years.

Pakistan,   Bajrangi Bhaijaan,   Indian girl in Pakistan,   Samjhauta Express,   Edhi Centre,   Sushma Swaraj,   Ansar Burney,   Latest Nation News,  
Cricketer Sreesanth joins as volunteer for <strong>social</strong> service in Kochi

Cricketer Sreesanth joins as volunteer for social service in Kochi

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian cricketer S Sreesanth who was recently discharged in the sensational 2013 IPL spot-fixing case by a court in Delhi, joined as a volunteer for RSS inspired Seva Bharati Free-Food distribution scheme at Kochi.

Indian cricketer,   S Sreesanth,   2013 IPL spot fixing,   volunteer for RSS,   Seva Bharati Free Food distribution scheme,   Latest News ,  
3-year-old <strong>girl</strong> sexually assaulted at school in Bengaluru

3-year-old girl sexually assaulted at school in Bengaluru

04 Aug 2015

Bengaluru: A three-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted at her school in Indiranagar here, police said today.

Girl assaulted,   Sexually assault in School,   School girl assaulted,   Bengaluru,   School in Indiranagar,   Karnataka Police,   Latest States News,  
 Government reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites

Government reviews blocking of websites; lifts ban on non-porn sites

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government today reviewed its order and decided to lift ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action.

Government,   Blocking of websites,   Ban on porn sites,   Pornographic websites,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Social media,   Latest Nation News ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> conditions not helpful for seamer all-rounders: Kallis

Indian conditions not helpful for seamer all-rounders: Kallis

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Legendary South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis feels that conditions in the sub-continent is "not conducive" for producing seam bowling all-rounders, something that the Indian cricket team has lacked for some years now.

Jacques Kallis,   seam bowling all rounders,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
Five percent <strong>Indian</strong> athletes among blood dope offenders: Reports

Five percent Indian athletes among blood dope offenders: Reports

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The sensational media reports of widespread blood doping in world athletics has also pointed the finger of suspicion at the Indian athletes, though experts in the country are not very clear about how it could have happened.

Blood doping in athletics,   Indian athletes,   International Association of Athletics Federations,   IAAF,   Latest News,  
After mental training, now yoga sessions for <strong>Indian</strong> archers

After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Fully aware that a small lapse in concentration can cost one a medal in any target sport, the Archery Association of India now plans to include yoga sessions in training to build archers' mental strength and give them the best-possible podium chance in Rio Olympics.

Archery Association of India,   Indian archers,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
Samsung claims 40 percent share in <strong>Indian</strong> smartphone market

Samsung claims 40 percent share in Indian smartphone market

04 Aug 2015

Kolkata: Electronics giant Samsung today said its market share in the Indian smartphone segment has crossed 40 percent in June.

Samsung,   Samsung Mobiles,   Samsung smartphones,   Samsung market share,   Indian smartphone market,  
<strong>Indian</strong> doctor conducts liver transplant camp in Pakistan

Indian doctor conducts liver transplant camp in Pakistan

04 Aug 2015

Karachi: A 'peace clinic' programme between a Pakistani and an Indian hospital led to an unusual sight of an Indian doctor conducting a medical camp for liver transplant patients here.

Indian doctor,   Pakistan liver transplant camp,   peace clinic programme,   Pak medical camp,   Dr Arvinder Singh Soin,   latest world news,  
Battling addiction? Get sober with this '<strong>social</strong>' app

Battling addiction? Get sober with this 'social' app

03 Aug 2015

New York: If you are struggling with alcoholism or other forms of addictions, here comes a smartphone app that aims to help by connecting you to a social network of sober people.

Alcoholism,   Addictions,   Smartphone app,   Social network,   Sober Grid,   Public news feed,   Facebook,  

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