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PM Modi to inaugurate Meghalaya's first <strong>train</strong> on November 29

PM Modi to inaugurate Meghalaya's first train on November 29

26 Nov 2014

Shillong: Meghalaya will be on the railway map when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate its first train connecting Dudhnoi in Assam with Mendipatha in the state on November 29.

Meghalaya first train,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   railway map,   Meghalaya first train inauguration,   Dudhnoi,   Assam,   Mendipatha,  
Passengers get <strong>out</strong> and push frozen Siberian plane

Passengers get out and push frozen Siberian plane

26 Nov 2014

Moscow: Siberian air passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52 degrees Celsius after its chassis froze, Russian prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Igarka,   Arctic Circle,  UTair group,   Western Siberia,   Siberian Plane,  
Fake explosives don't make sniffer dogs smarter

Fake explosives don't make sniffer dogs smarter

26 Nov 2014

Washington: Sniffer dogs that are trained with so-called 'pseudo-explosives' cannot reliably detect real explosives, according to a new study.

Fake explosives,   sniffer dogs,   Sniffers,   pseudo-explosives,   detect real explosives,   train dogs,  
Indian Railways team in China for Delhi-Chennai bullet <strong>train</strong>

Indian Railways team in China for Delhi-Chennai bullet train

25 Nov 2014

Beijing: Indian Railways team is in China to chalk out plans for conducting feasibility study to build the 1,754 km-long Delhi-Chennai high-speed train corridor, world's second largest bullet train line.

Delhi-Chennai bullet train,   Indian Railways,   Rail Vikas Nigam,   world's second largest,   Beijing-Guangzhou line,   China Railway Construction Corporation Limited,   Rajdhani Express,   ,  
CIL, ONGC disinvestment likely to be in <strong>two</strong> tranches

CIL, ONGC disinvestment likely to be in two tranches

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government is planning to offload a part of its stake in Coal India and ONGC in two tranches to get a fair value of the equity, official sources said.

Modi government,   Coal India,   ONGC,   Equity,   Disinvestment ,  
I made film on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks <strong>out</strong> of frustration: Jahnu Barua

I made film on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks out of frustration: Jahnu Barua

26 Nov 2014

Panaji: Remembering the horrific 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks on its sixth anniversary on Wednesday, filmmaker Jahnu Barua said that he made the national-award winning film 'Baandhon' on the aftermath of the bloodshed to take out his angst over the incident.

26/11 Mumbai terror attacks,   filmmaker Jahnu Barua,   Indian directors,   Baandhon,   Ram Gopal Varma,   ,  
John Abraham signs Harshvardhan for <strong>two</strong> more films

John Abraham signs Harshvardhan for two more films

25 Nov 2014

Chennai: Telugu actor Harshvardhan Rane, who is making his Bollywood debut in John Abraham's home production 'Satra Ko Shaadi Ho', has been signed on for two more yet-untitled projects by the banner.

John Abraham,   Harshvardhan,   Satra Ko Shaadi Hai,   Avunu 2,   Avunu,  
Children did not <strong>die</strong> due to vaccination: Mizoram health minister

Children did not die due to vaccination: Mizoram health minister

24 Nov 2014

Aizawl: While six infants died in Mizoram allegedly due to vaccination, no evidence have been found so far, state health minister Lal Thanzara said the state legislature on Monday.

Mizoram,   Lal Thanzara,   Mizoram,   Deaths in Mizoram,   Lal Thanhawla,   ,  
Enforcement Directorate freezes <strong>two</strong> bank accounts of painter Shuvoprasanna

Enforcement Directorate freezes two bank accounts of painter Shuvoprasanna

25 Nov 2014

Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED), probing the Saradha scam has frozen two bank accounts of painter Shuvoprasanna and is planning concrete steps to take action against him.

painter Shuvoprasanna,   Shuvoprasanna bank accounts,   Enforcement Directorate,   Saradha scam,   ED,   Sudipto Sen,   Money Laundering Act,  
Clarke ruled <strong>out</strong> of first Test: Reports

Clarke ruled out of first Test: Reports

25 Nov 2014

Adelaide: On a collision course with Cricket Australia over his fitness, injured skipper Michael Clarke has been reportedly ruled out of the opening Test against India, following his failure to recover well to play in the two-day tour game in Adelaide starting on Friday.

Michael Clarke,   Australia,   India,   Adelaide,   Sydney,   Brisbane Test,   Physio Alex Kountouris,   Brad Haddin,  Phil Hughes,   Shaun Marsh,   Callum Ferguson,   Alex Doolan ,  

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