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Scores of Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in US

Scores of Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in US

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Scores of Indian-Americans, some even driving a few hundred miles, gathered on the banks of the historic Potomac river in the suburb of the US capital here and celebrated the ancient Hindu festival of Chhath.

Chhath,   Chhath Pooja,   Chhath festival,   Chhath in US,   Potomac river,   Washington,   ,  
Gold prices plunge by Rs 600 on weak global cues

Gold prices plunge by Rs 600 on weak global cues

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold prices plunged by Rs 600 to Rs 26,500 per 10 grams in the national capital on Friday after the precious metal slumped to the lowest level since 2010 in global markets as the strengthening dollar eroded demand for the commodity.

Gold price,   Gold,   Gold jewellery,   festival,   gold price in India,   Gold current price,   Silver,  
Chhath <strong>festival</strong> ends amid fanfare

Chhath festival ends amid fanfare

30 Oct 2014

Patna: The Chhath festival in Bihar came to an end amid fanfare with the devotees offering Morning Arghya or oblations to the Sun God in rivers, ponds and tanks across the state on Thursday.

Chhath,   Chhath festival,   Chhath in Bihar,   God sun,   Muzaffarpur,   Bhagalpur,   Begusarai,   Darbhanga,   Chhath fasting,   Chhath arghya,  
Eighth Delhi International Arts <strong>Festival</strong> begins

Eighth Delhi International Arts Festival begins

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Eighth Delhi International Arts Festival, one of India's most prestigious cultural festivals, began here today.

Eighth Delhi International Arts Festival,   poetry,   literature,   exhibitions,   handloom,   handicrafts,   film festivals,   a northeast carnival,   Sufi,   Qawwali,  
Kazakhstan folk dance kicks off Delhi International Arts <strong>Festival</strong>

Kazakhstan folk dance kicks off Delhi International Arts Festival

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Set against the backdrop of a splendidly lit Purana Qila, with Vedic hymns reverberating in the air adding a nip to a pleasant October evening, the 8th edition of the Delhi International Arts Festival kicked off here.

Kazakhstan folk dance,   DIAF,   Delhi International Arts Festival,   Kazakhstan,   Bharatnatyam,   A Woman Alone,  
Centre planning road along McMohan line in Arunachal: Rijiju

Centre planning road along McMohan line in Arunachal: Rijiju

14 Oct 2014

Itanagar: To match China’s road infrastructure across the McMohan Line, India is planning to construct a road along the international boundary from Mago-Thingbu in Tawang to Vijaynagar in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said on Tuesday.

Itanagar,   China,   road infrastructure,   McMohan Line,   India road,   international boundary,   Mago-Thingbu,   Tawang,   Vijaynagar,   Changlang district,   Arunachal Pradesh,   Union Minister,   Kiren Rijiju,  
Some Muslims too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

Some Muslims too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

29 Oct 2014

Patna: Manjoor Mian, Nazma Khatoon, Ladli Begum and Mohd Nazir, all Muslims, have one thing in common -- they all celebrate Chhath, the most popular Hindu festival of Bihar. A large number of Muslims not only help to clean the banks of rivers and ponds where the devout gather, and donate money for the festival, some -- women in particular -- observe fast on account of Chhath.

Muslims,   Chhath,   Bihar,   muslims in chhath,   Hindu festival,   Chhath fasting,   god sun,  
1st phase poll notification in Jharkhand on Tuesday

1st phase poll notification in Jharkhand on Tuesday

28 Oct 2014

Ranchi: The Election Commission has effected a minor reschedule by notifying the November 25 first phase Assembly polls tomorrow instead of October 29, as was decided earlier, said an election officer.

Election Commission,   Assembly polls,   Jharkhand,   Chhath Festival,   ,  
National School of Drama offers theatre fest for children

National School of Drama offers theatre fest for children

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A range of dramas in 12 languages is set to be showcased at the upcoming theatre festival for children by the National School of Drama here.

New Delhi,   dramas,   theatre festival,   children,  National School of Drama,   NSD,  
Chhath ushers festive fervour, communal harmony in Bihar jails

Chhath ushers festive fervour, communal harmony in Bihar jails

28 Oct 2014

Patna: Prisoners in different correctional homes across Bihar are making arrangements for celebration of the Chhath festival on Wednesday.

Patna,   prisoners,   correctional homes,   Bihar,   celebration,   Chhath festival,  

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