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<strong>South</strong> Odisha colleges ensure separate toilets for girls

South Odisha colleges ensure separate toilets for girls

24 Oct 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): Colleges in south Odisha have been asked to ensure separate toilets for girls and boys on all floors of the building within a month.

toilets,   Sanitation in India,   public urinals,   PM Modi,   Omar Abdullah,   Swachh Bharat,   NC,   Naredra Modi,   Clean Indian Campaign,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan ,  
<strong>Indian</strong>, Chinese firms leading tech billionaire list

Indian, Chinese firms leading tech billionaire list

25 Oct 2014

Singapore: Indian and Chinese technology entrepreneurs were leading the top 10 Asian tech billionaire list with USD 136 billion net assets, according to an industry source and recent market data.

Indian,   Chinese firms,   tech billionaire list,   business,   industry,   market.,  
Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise

Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise

25 Oct 2014

Ranchi: After motorsports and football, Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has now lent his support to Indian hockey by becoming the owner of the Ranchi franchise of the Hero Hockey India League (HHIL).

Ranchi,   motorsports,  football,   Indian cricket,   team captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian hockey,   Ranchi franchise,  Hero Hockey India League,   HHIL,  
<strong>South</strong> Zone storm into Duleep trophy final with crushing win

South Zone storm into Duleep trophy final with crushing win

24 Oct 2014

Lahli: South Zone took just 40 minutes into the third morning to decimate East Zone by an innings and 118 runs en route their entry into Duleep Trophy final, here.

Lahli,   South Zone,   East Zone,   Duleep Trophy final,   third day,  
Delhiites celebrate brother-sister bond

Delhiites celebrate brother-sister bond

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhiites, like many across the country on Saturday celebrated "Bhai Duj", a festival that marks the bond of love between brothers and sisters.

Delhiites,   brother-sister bond,   Bhai Duj,   Indian festival festivity,   Diwali,  
Punjabis are blessed: Bharti on comic skills

Punjabis are blessed: Bharti on comic skills

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A lot of talent from Punjab is tickling the funny bones of TV viewers and stand-up comedian-actress Bharti Singh loves the fact that people from her state are high on humour.

comic skills,   Bharti Singh,   Kapil Sharma,   The Great Indian Laughter Challenge,   Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa,  
Australia, Indonesia, <strong>South</strong> Korea absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

Australia, Indonesia, South Korea absent as China launches World Bank rival in Asia

24 Oct 2014

Shanghai: Australia, Indonesia and South Korea skipped the launch of a China-backed Asian infrastructure bank on Friday as the United States said it had concerns about the new rival to Western-dominated multilateral lenders.

Australia,   Indonesia,   South Korea,   absent nations,   China,   launch,   World Bank rival,   Asia,   World Bank,   WB,  
Top-placed Kolkata square off against Kerala in ISL

Top-placed Kolkata square off against Kerala in ISL

25 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Perched on top of the table, Atletico de Kolkata will look to consolidate the lead when they face a struggling Kerala Blasters FC in a battle of leaders and laggards in the Indian Super League here on Sunday.

Kolkata,   Atletico de Kolkata,   Kerala Blasters FC,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   Fikru,  
Desist from using Xiaomi phones: IAF asks its personnel

Desist from using Xiaomi phones: IAF asks its personnel

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: IAF personnel and their families have been asked not to use Chinese 'Xiaomi Redmi 1s' phones on the grounds that data was allegedly transferred to their servers in China and it could be a security risk, a charge denied by the company.

IAF,   Xiaomi phones,   IAF,   Xiaomi Redmi 1s,   China,   Indian,   India-china border,   Indian Airforce,   Chinese goods,  
Sarita remains hopeful of participating in World Championships

Sarita remains hopeful of participating in World Championships

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Provisionally suspended she might be but Indian boxer L Sarita Devi has not given up hopes of participating in next month's World Championships, saying that she has written to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) presenting her case.

New Delhi,  provisionally suspended,   Indian boxer,   L Sarita Devi,   hopes,   World Championships,   International Boxing Association,   AIBA,  

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