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Narendra Modi condoles loss of <strong>lives</strong> in UP train mishap

Narendra Modi condoles loss of lives in UP train mishap

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has offered condolences to the families of those killed in the train collision in eastern Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday night.

Indian PM,   Narendra Modi,   UP train collision,   Train accident,   ,  
<strong>Public</strong> art installation of Durga with Pipili art and Rath

Public art installation of Durga with Pipili art and Rath

01 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Giving a fresh lease of life to the 850-year old Pipili art form Odisha, Goddess Durga has been seated inside a replica of the famous Puri 'Rath' (wheel chariot) at a public art installation here.

Public art,   Durga Puja,   Pipili art,   Puri,   Rath,   Diwali,  
<strong>Public</strong> art installation of Durga with Pipli art and Rath

Public art installation of Durga with Pipli art and Rath

01 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Giving a fresh lease of life to the 850-year old Pipili art form Odisha, Goddess Durga has been seated inside a replica of the famous Puri 'Rath' (wheel chariot) at a public art installation in Kolkata.

Durga Puja,   Kolkata pandals,   Pipili art,   Rath Durga,   ,  
Madhya Pradesh to set up panel to improve capacity of thermal power plants

Madhya Pradesh to set up panel to improve capacity of thermal power plants

01 Oct 2014

Bhopal: Aiming to improve the capacity of thermal power plants, the Madhya Pradesh government and the Centre would jointly set up a high-power committee for collaborating with public sector energy major NTPC.

Madhya Pradesh,   thermal power plants,   Madhya Pradesh government,   public sector energy major,   NTPC ,  
Thyroid cancer patients may get low dose of radioactive iodine

Thyroid cancer patients may get low dose of radioactive iodine

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: People with thyroid cancer are often given radioactive iodine treatment following surgery to kill cancer cells that may have been left behind, a treatment that comes with its own health risks, but this is likely to change in terms of quantity now, according to a study.

Thyroid cancer,   radioactive iodine,   cancer health risks,   American Thyroid,   health risk,   ,  
Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the public works department of Maharashtra government to explain its stand on a public interest litigation demanding measures to prevent suicides or possible terror attacks on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link here.

Mumbai,   Bombay High Court,   public works department,   Maharashtra government,   public interest litigation,   PIL,   suicides,   terror attacks,   Bandra-Worli Sea Link,  
United India Insurance keen to re-enter overseas markets

United India Insurance keen to re-enter overseas markets

29 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Public sector general insurer United India Insurance has said it is looking to re-enter the overseas markets and will soon carry out a feasibility study to assess the business potential.

Public sector general insurer,   United India Insurance,   overseas markets,   Hong Kong,   ,  
Raj govt will lay 20,000-km roads on PPP mode: PWD minister

Raj govt will lay 20,000-km roads on PPP mode: PWD minister

26 Sep 2014

Jaipur: Rajasthan government will lay 20,000-km road involving an investment of Rs 70,000 crore in the state on PPP (Public-Private Partnership) mode in the next five years, Public Works Department Minister Yunus Khan on Friday said.

Jaipur,   Rajasthan government,   road,   investment,   PPP,   Public-Private Partnership,   Public Works Department,   Yunus Khan,  
TRAI seeks <strong>public</strong> views to accelerate use of broadband services

TRAI seeks public views to accelerate use of broadband services

25 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In order to boost availability of broadband services, telecom regulator TRAI sought views from the public on ways to accelerate proliferation and use of high speed internet services in the country.

Broadband services,   Telecom regulator,   TRAI,  High speed internet,   Optical fibre,   Spectrum bands,   Wi-Fi technology,  
Arabic tweets point to anti-Americanism: Study

Arabic tweets point to anti-Americanism: Study

25 Sep 2014

Washington: An analysis of millions of Arabic-language tweets shows high levels of anti-Americanism in the Middle East, suggesting Twitter can be used to measure public sentiment in ways opinion polls cannot, scientists say.

Arabic tweets,   anti-Americanism,   tweets,   Twitter,   public sentiment,  

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