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  Farhan Akhtar to make film on amputee athlete's <strong>life</strong>

Farhan Akhtar to make film on amputee athlete's life

20 May 2015

Lucknow: Director-actor Farhan Akhtar has offered to give the struggle of Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mount Everest, a big screen treatment.

Farhan Akhtar,   athlete,   Bollywood director actor,   Arunima Sinha,   Mount Everest,   differently abled persons,   Bollywood films,   Latest entertainment news,  
IPL 8: Dhoni fined for inappropriate <strong>public</strong> comment to umpire’s decision

IPL 8: Dhoni fined for inappropriate public comment to umpire’s decision

20 May 2015

New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on Wednesday fined 10 per cent of his match fee for inappropriate public comment in relation to an umpire’s decision during the first qualifier of the IPL 8 against Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on Tuesday.

Chennai Super Kings,   CSK,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   IPL umpire,   Mumbai Indians,   Wankhede Stadium,  
Clove Tea: Adding extra zing to your <strong>life</strong>

Clove Tea: Adding extra zing to your life

20 May 2015

New Delhi: Cloves are one of the most essential spice of Indian kitchen. However, only few people know that one can reap huge health benefits from cloves by using it in a cup of tea. Right from rejuvenating your senses to acting as a natural sanitizer, clove tea has many hidden health benefits.

cloves,   clove tea,   Masala tea,   Indian kitchen,   natural sanitizer,   skin infections,   toothache problems,   digestion problems,   Latest health news,  
 RBI sees 'contagion risk' in LIC's bank ownership

RBI sees 'contagion risk' in LIC's bank ownership

21 May 2015

MUMBAI: State-owned Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) could be too exposed to the country's banking sector through its stakes in both state and private lenders, Reserve Bank of India deputy Governor SS Mundra said.

RBI,   LIC,   Life Insurance Corporation,   RBI deputy Governor SS Mundra,   insurance,   LIC bank ownership,   Latest business news ,  
PIL in Supreme Court for bringing political parties under RTI

PIL in Supreme Court for bringing political parties under RTI

19 May 2015

New Delhi: Democratic rights and RTI activists have urged the Supreme Court to declare all national and regional political parties as "public authorities" and bring them within the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act.

PIL,   Supreme Court,   Political Parties,   RTI,   Public authorities,   Prashant Bhushan,   Apex Court,   Latest Nation News,  
Google to begin testing self-driving cars on <strong>public</strong> roads this summer

Google to begin testing self-driving cars on public roads this summer

16 May 2015

DETROIT: Google Inc's self-driving cars will begin testing on public roads this summer, but they will have steering wheels and brakes, which is not what the company described a year ago.

Google,   Google Inc,   Google self driving cars,   Public roads,   Google car testing,   Self control cars,  
  Nine-to-five timing best for your health: Study

Nine-to-five timing best for your health: Study

18 May 2015

New York: When it comes to analyzing the health benefits of work shifts, there is nothing like the traditional nine-to-five schedule, says a new study.

health,   work shifts,   health benefits,   health problems,   Public Health,   office shifts,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
10 quotes by Mark Zuckerberg that will fill you with confidence

10 quotes by Mark Zuckerberg that will fill you with confidence

15 May 2015

New Delhi: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who turned 31 on Thursday, would probably go down in history as one of the most influential people on earth.

Mark Zuckerberg,   Facebook CEO,   Mark Zuckerberg life,   Mark Zuckerberg quotes,   Mark Zuckerberg birthday ,  
Ratan Tata for incentive-based approach to address Railways problems

Ratan Tata for incentive-based approach to address Railways problems

13 May 2015

New Delhi: Chairing the first meeting of the 'Kayakalp Council' for Railways' revamp, noted industrialist Ratan Tata is on Wednesday understood to have suggested an incentive driven mechanism for employees resolving through innovative ideas problems faced by the public transporter.

Kayakalp Council,   Indian Railways,   Ratan Tata,   Railway employees,   Public transporter,  
Over five lakh candidates for 1,500 Kerala government vacancies

Over five lakh candidates for 1,500 Kerala government vacancies

16 May 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Some 5,17,633 candidates will write an exam conducted by the Kerala Public Service Commission at 2,121 centres across the state on Saturday.

Kerala Public Service Commission,   Kerala government vacancies,   Kerala government examination,   Kerala secretariat assistant post,   Kerala secretariat examination,  

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