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Stop personal <strong>attacks</strong> on Modi: Jaitley

Stop personal attacks on Modi: Jaitley

23 Apr 2014

Amritsar: Asserting that he is in complete agreement with Priyanka Gandhi that personal issues must not be raised by political parties, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Arun Jaitley said he hopes that her family and party heeds to her advice and stop targeting Narendra Modi.

Priyanka Gandhi,   BJP,   Arun Jaitley,   Narendra Modi,   Robert Vadra,   Congress,   LS polls 2014 ,  
India win eight medals in USA Open Karate Championship

India win eight medals in USA Open Karate Championship

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: India returned with a rich haul of eight medals, including two gold and six bronze, from the USA Open Karate Championship held at Las Vegas from April 18 to 21.

Karate Championship,   India Karate,   US karate,   world karate,   karate tournament,  
<strong>Air</strong> India to raise bridge loan of <strong>US</strong> 500 million for buying 4 Dreamliners

Air India to raise bridge loan of US 500 million for buying 4 Dreamliners

20 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Expecting deliveries of five more Dreamliners between May and November, Air India plans to raise bridge loan of USD 500 million to finance the purchase of four of these aircraft and use them to launch flights to new destinations like Moscow, Rome and Milan.

Air India,   Air India bridge loan,   Air India Dreamliners,   Air India aircraft,  
Congress seizes on Ilmi's remarks, <strong>attacks</strong> AAP

Congress seizes on Ilmi's remarks, attacks AAP

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Launching a blistering attack on the Aam Aadmi Party over its leader Shazia Ilmi's ‘Muslims are too secular’ remark, the Congress has said Arvind Kejriwal-led party has ‘scant regard for the Constitution and for the law’.

Congress,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Shazia Ilmi,   Muslim voters,   communal,   Lok Sabha polls,   general election,  
Sunil Grover’s ‘Mad In India’ to go off-<strong>air</strong>

Sunil Grover’s ‘Mad In India’ to go off-air

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Comedian Sunil Grover aka 'Gutthi's show 'Mad In India', which aired on Star Plus, is all set to go off air within a few months of its launch due to its low popularity.

Mad In India,   Gutthi,   Kapil Sharma,   'Comedy Night With Kapil',   Sunil Grover,   Manish Paul,   ,  
India conveys deep concern to UNSC over <strong>attacks</strong> on peacemakers in S Sudan

India conveys deep concern to UNSC over attacks on peacemakers in S Sudan

23 Apr 2014

United Nations: In the wake of last week's attack on a UN base in South Sudan that injured two Indian peacekeepers, India has conveyed its ‘deep concern’ to the Security Council over the continued hostilities and lack of political dialogue in the troubled nation.

South Sudan,   Security Council,   United Nations,   UNSC,   Indian peacemakers,   UNMISS,  
'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' gave <strong>us</strong> courage to tell inspiring stories: Rakeysh Mehra

'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' gave us courage to tell inspiring stories: Rakeysh Mehra

24 Apr 2014

Mumbai: National Award winning filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra is happy that a host of biopic films are being made post 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' even as he stressed on focusing how these stories are told, presented and enacted on the big screen.

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra ,   Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,   Mary Kom,   Mohamed Azaruddin,   Sarabjit Singh,   Anna Hazare,   Milkha Singhji,   holesome Entertainment ,   ,  
Heart's development doesn't stop with birth

Heart's development doesn't stop with birth

23 Apr 2014

New York: Contrary to popular beliefs, development of the heart does not stop with birth. A study has found that the cell membrane machinery that is required to coordinate contraction, the electrical activity of the heart, develops in the postnatal period.

heart development,   heart related issues,   heart attacks,   ways to keep heart healthy,   membrane machinery,  
Cyclone halts <strong>air</strong> search for MH370 jet

Cyclone halts air search for MH370 jet

22 Apr 2014

Perth: Air search operations to hunt for the crashed Malaysian airliner were suspended for today due to a tropical cyclone heading south over the Indian Ocean, as a robotic mini-submarine neared completion of its underwater search with no sign of wreckage.

MH 370,   missing jet,   Autonomous Underwater Vehicle,   JACC,   Malaysian Airlines,  
Omar condemns Pulwama <strong>attacks</strong>, says violence aimed at boycotting polls

Omar condemns Pulwama attacks, says violence aimed at boycotting polls

22 Apr 2014

Srinagar:  Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has condemned the terror attacks in Pulwama, saying the violence was aimed at instilling fear in the minds of the people to boycott the Lok Sabha polls in the valley.

Omar Abdullah,   Pulwama attacks,   polls,   boycott,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Lok Sabha elections,  

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