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Tipplers may head to Kerala borders to get their fill

Tipplers may head to Kerala borders to get their fill

27 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Liquor vends at Kerala's borders are likely to see a jump in sales as the state will see the introduction of prohibition in a phased manner.

Kerala Tipplers,   Kerala board,   Liquor-free state,   Liquor ban,   Mahe,   Kerala government,   Kerala High Court,   New liquor policy,   Dry day,   Dry state,   Kerala CM,   Oommen Chandy,  
Payment of compensation mandatory, says Madras <strong>High</strong> Court

Payment of compensation mandatory, says Madras High Court

27 Aug 2014

Madurai: Observing that payment of compensation for erecting towers was not a formality but a mandatory, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Wednesday directed the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board to give compensation to the land owners for erecting high tension electrical towers in their lands.

Payment,   High Court,   TN electricity board,   electrical towers,   Madras High Court,  
TVS motor company hits 52-week <strong>high</strong> on growth plans

TVS motor company hits 52-week high on growth plans

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: TVS Motor Company Ltd hits 52-week high of Rs 193.10. The company said it is eyeing about 18 percent market share in the country's two-wheeler segment over the next two years.

TVS motor company,   growth plans,   TVS Motor Company Ltd,   Scooty Zest,   Apache bike,   JS Srinivasan,  ,   ,  
Cartoon Network makes daily chores fun for <strong>school</strong> kids

Cartoon Network makes daily chores fun for school kids

27 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Early bedtime deadlines, then brushing the teeth early morning, getting ready for school and surprise tests are some dreaded things in a student's life.

Cartoon Network,   School Contact Programme,   Kris ka Magic Mantra,   Cartoon,   Krishna Desai,  
<strong>High</strong> prices possible cause of BJP’s defeats in by-polls

High prices possible cause of BJP’s defeats in by-polls

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With explanations like the missing Modi factor or local conditions unable to fully explain BJP's by-election losses in light of its recent overwhelming win nationally, the phenomenon of inflation, especially of food prices hurting people everywhere, has emerged as a possible answer to this poll puzzle.

Modi factor,   BJP by-election,   Inflation,   Food prices,  
Bihar special court orders release of two <strong>Patna</strong> blast suspects

Bihar special court orders release of two Patna blast suspects

26 Aug 2014

Patna: A special court in Bihar has ordered the release of two suspects in the October 2013 Patna serial blasts as the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has failed to file a chargesheet against them, police said onTuesday.

Patna blast,   Blast suspects,   Bihar court,   Released suspects,   National Investigation Agency,   Beur jail,   Mohammed Raju,   Anil Pandey,   Gandhi Maidan explosion,   ,  
Proteins that inhibit HIV, Ebola release identified

Proteins that inhibit HIV, Ebola release identified

26 Aug 2014

Washington: In a surprise finding, scientists have discovered that a family of proteins that helps viruses, such as HIV and Ebola, enter a cell can also block the release of these deadly viruses.

HIV,   Ebola,   HIV infection,   Shan-Lu Liu,   University of Missouri School of Medicine,   Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology,   ,  
Payment default case: Kingfisher moves HC against PNB notice

Payment default case: Kingfisher moves HC against PNB notice

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Kingfisher Airlines on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court against Punjab National Bank's notice alleging the carrier has willfully defaulted in payment of outstanding dues of over Rs 770 crore.

Kingfisher Airlines,   Delhi High Court,   Punjab National Bank,   PNB notice,   Payment default case ,  
United Nations accuses IS of killing 1,000 people in Iraq

United Nations accuses IS of killing 1,000 people in Iraq

26 Aug 2014

Geneva: Islamic State (IS) militants have killed nearly 1,000 people in Iraq over the past three weeks, the United Nations said on Monday.

United Nations,   IS,   Iraq,   Iraq Militants,   Navi Pillay,   UN High Commissioner,   Badoush Prison,   ISIS,   IS atrocities,   ,  
Performance level in India is <strong>high</strong>: Tara Jean Popwich

Performance level in India is high: Tara Jean Popwich

25 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Canadian dancer Tara Jean Popowich, who is the latest contestant to be eliminated from 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7', feels that Indian dancers are good performers as compared to their western counterparts.

Tara Jean Popwich,   Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa,   Dancing With the Stars,   Madhuri Dixit,   Remo D'Souza and Karan Johar,  

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