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‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulaniya’ rakes 70 crore at box <strong>office</strong>

‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulaniya’ rakes 70 crore at box office

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Varun Dhawan-Alia Bhatt starrer 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania', a film produced by Dharma Productions, in its third week is still successfully enthralling crowd. It has raked approximately 70 crore at the box office.

Varun Dhawan,   Alia Bhatt Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulaniya,   Dharma Productions,   Karan Johar,   Shashank Khaitan,  
PM Modi visits BARC, to meet BJP <strong>office</strong> bearers

PM Modi visits BARC, to meet BJP office bearers

21 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday visited the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and interacted with scientists.

Narendra Modi,   BARC,   Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,   Prithviraj Chavan,   K Sankaranarayanan,  
Odisha rivers flowing close to danger levels

Odisha rivers flowing close to danger levels

21 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: Most of the Odisha rivers were flowing close to the danger level on Monday due to heavy rainfall across the state, an official said.

Odisha,   danger levels,   Odisha,   rivers,   Mahanadi,   Kushabhadra,   Met Office,  
Abu Salem moves Supreme Court challenging conviction in <strong>passport</strong> case

Abu Salem moves Supreme Court challenging conviction in passport case

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Underworld don Abu Salem on Thursday approached the Supreme Court challenging his conviction and seven-year jail term for possessing fake passport.

Abu Salem,   Supreme Court,   fake passport,   Bombay blast,   CBI court,   Indian Penal Code,  
Monsoon covers entire country:  MeT <strong>office</strong>

Monsoon covers entire country: MeT office

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  India's monsoon has covered the entire country, the weather office said on Thursday, two days behind the normal schedule in a year that is forecast to bring below-average rains.

Monsoon,   Indian Monsoon,   Indian rains,   monsoon rains in India,   Rainfall in July ,  
47 sports federations amend constitution to set 70 yrs age limit for <strong>office</strong> bearers

47 sports federations amend constitution to set 70 yrs age limit for office bearers

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: As many as 47 out of 54 sports federations in the country have amended their constitution, setting 70 years as the age limit for all office bearers – the Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Sports federations,   Sports Minister,   Rajya Sabha,   Sarbananda Sonowal,   NSDC,   Basketball Federation of India,  
MP Muslim Morcha demands <strong>passport</strong> <strong>office</strong> in <strong>Indore</strong>

MP Muslim Morcha demands passport office in Indore

04 Dec 2012

Criticising the present faulty system of filing online passport applications and delay in the process, Madhya Pradesh Muslim Morcha (MP-MM) on Monday demanded that the Centre set up a separate passport office in Indore.

MP Muslim Morcha,   passport office in MP,   passport office in Indore,  
Tips to jazz up your <strong>office</strong> wear

Tips to jazz up your office wear

09 Jul 2014

London: Everyone wants to look stylish and comfortable at the workplace. Soft flowing blouses, wide legged pants and draped jackets can help in achieving the desired look.

office wear,   stylish look,   comfortable wear,   workplace look,   desired look,  
PMO 'directly involved' in Hafiz-Vaidik meeting, alleges Congress

PMO 'directly involved' in Hafiz-Vaidik meeting, alleges Congress

14 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Congress on Monday targeted the Prime Minister's Office over the meeting of an Indian journalist with the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, alleging its "direct involvement" and asked the government to "come clean" on the issue.

Congress,   Prime Minister's Office,   PMO,   Hafiz Saeed,   Ved Pratap Vaidik ,   Sangh parivar,   Shakeel Ahmed,  
Israeli strikes on Palestinian could breach laws of war: UN

Israeli strikes on Palestinian could breach laws of war: UN

12 Jul 2014

Geneva: Israel could be violating the laws of war by bombing Palestinian homes in Gaza, UN's human rights office said on Friday, as the death toll from the Israeli strikes rose to 100.

Israeli strikes on Palestinian,   UN,   violating the laws of war,   bombing Palestinian homes,   Gaza,   UN's human rights office ,  

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