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Bonhomie on display on opening <strong>day</strong> of Bihar Legislature

Bonhomie on display on opening day of Bihar Legislature

19 Dec 2014

Patna: The Opposition and ruling party members displayed bonhomie on the opening day of Legislative Assembly and Bihar Legislative Council on Friday which is expected to witness fireworks in view of the approaching poll next year.

Bihar Legislature opening day,   Bihar Legislative Assembly,   Bihar Legislative Council,   BJP,   JD(U),   Bihar CM,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,  
Good Governance <strong>Day</strong>: NCCI seeks PM's intervention

Good Governance Day: NCCI seeks PM's intervention

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: National Council for Churches in India (NCCI) on Thursday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure security of all religious minorities, while it expressed concerns over reconversion programmes of some right wing outfits and government's plan to observe Good Governance Day on Christmas.

Narendra Modi,   NCCI,   Churches in India,   Good Governance Day,   Atal Bihari Vajpayee,   Christmas,  
UGC to varsities: Observe Christmas <strong>day</strong> as 'Good Governance <strong>Day</strong>'

UGC to varsities: Observe Christmas day as 'Good Governance Day'

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: UGC has asked universities across the country to observe December 25 as 'Good Governance Day' amid the controversy over organising events on the occasion which requires physical presence of students in campus on Christmas.

Good Governance Day,   Christmas Day,   UGC,   Navodya Vidyalaya Samiti,   NVS,   HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,  
2nd Test, <strong>Day</strong> 3: India 71/1 against Australia at stumps, trail by 26 runs

2nd Test, Day 3: India 71/1 against Australia at stumps, trail by 26 runs

19 Dec 2014

Brisbane: India were pushed on to the backfoot after a big rearguard action by the Australian tail generated a 97-run first innings lead of which the visitors knocked off 71 for the loss of one wicket by the close of the third day's play of the second cricket Test here on Friday.

India vs Australia,   MS Dhoni,   Steven Smith,   Test series in Australia,   Brisbane Cricket Ground,   Gabba,   live cricket score,   live scoreboard,   India vs Australia test match,   live scorecard,   Murli Vijay,  
Rajya Sabha fails to transact business for fourth <strong>day</strong>

Rajya Sabha fails to transact business for fourth day

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Rajya Sabha failed to transact any business for the fourth straight day today as opposition kept demanding reply by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a debate on religious conversions which the government ruled out.

Rajya Sabha,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi in Rajya Sabha,   religious conversions,   Opposition,   Conversion issue,  
Bangladesh President arrives on 6-<strong>day</strong> official visit to India

Bangladesh President arrives on 6-day official visit to India

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid arrived on Thursday on a six-day official visit during which he will hold talks with Indian leadership with an aim to further strengthening the already close bilateral relations between the two countries.

Bangladesh President,   Abdul Hamid,   India Bangladesh relations,   Bilateral relations,   India Bangladesh ties,  
A hug a <strong>day</strong> keeps the doctor away: Research

A hug a day keeps the doctor away: Research

18 Dec 2014

New York: It may not be a far-fetched idea to replace an apple a day with a hug as researchers have found that more frequent hugs protect stressed people from getting sick. The team from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) found that greater social support and more frequent hugs protected people from the increased susceptibility to infection associated with being stressed and resulted in less severe illness symptoms.

Hug,   Doctor,   Research,   CMU,  Social support,   Infection,  
Rajya Sabha logjam over conversion row persists for fourth <strong>day</strong>

Rajya Sabha logjam over conversion row persists for fourth day

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha was on Thursday stalled for the fourth consecutive day over the conversion row as the opposition insisted Prime Minister Narendra Modi should reply to a debate on attack on the country's secular fabric and the government blamed them for shying away from the discussion.

Rajya Sabha,   logjam,   religious conversion issue,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   M Hamid Ansari ,  
Two pieces of fruit a <strong>day</strong> help fight depression: Study

Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression: Study

18 Dec 2014

Sydney: Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression, especially in middle-aged women, according to a study published on Thursday by Australian scientists.

two pieces of fruit,   depression prevention,   benefits of eating fruits,   depressive symptoms,   fruit intake,  
Crime against women, girl children a concern in Goa: Governor

Crime against women, girl children a concern in Goa: Governor

18 Dec 2014

Panaji: Goa Governor Mridula Sinha on Thursday raised concern over an "unfortunate trend of increasing crimes against women and girl children" in the state, which she said is also affecting image of the country besides threatening the "social and cultural fabric" of society.

Goa,   Crime against women,   Goa Governor,   Mridula Sinha,   Goa Liberation Day,  

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