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 <strong>K</strong> Balachander's family announces foundation in his name

K Balachander's family announces foundation in his name

16 Mar 2015

Chennai: The family of late legendary filmmaker K Balachander has announced the formation of the K Balachander Foundation trust in his memory with a series of activities already planned.

K Balachander,   filmmaker,   K Balachander Foundation,   Film industry ,  
V <strong>K</strong> Singh should quit instead of expressing disgust: Manish Tewari

V K Singh should quit instead of expressing disgust: Manish Tewari

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Congress leader Manish Tewari on Tuesday targeted Union Minister V K Singh, asking him to quit instead of expressing his disgust after he represented the government at the Pakistan national day reception here.

Congress,   Union Minister VK singh,   Manish Tewari,   Pakistan National day,   Pak National Day Celebration,   Abdul Basit,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan High Commission,  
Jammu & Kashmir: Two security personnel killed in encounter in Baramulla district

Jammu & Kashmir: Two security personnel killed in encounter in Baramulla district

02 Apr 2015

Srinagar: Two security personnel were killed and a civilian was injured in an encounter with militants in Tangmarg area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Thursday.

Jammu & Kashmir,   J&K encounter,   militants,   security forces,   Baramulla district,   J&K gunbattle,   Tangmarg,   Latest news on Jammu and Kashmir,  
Legendary Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali to perform in Varanasi

Legendary Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali to perform in Varanasi

03 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a bid to ease strained ties between New Delhi and Islamabad via cultural diplomacy, Pakistani singing legend Ghulam Ali is all set to enthrall music lovers in temple town of Varanasi.

Cultural Diplomacy,   Ghulam Ali,   Narendra Modi,   Abdul Basit,   S Jaishankar,   Varanasi,  
Green leafy vegetables keep your brain sharp

Green leafy vegetables keep your brain sharp

01 Apr 2015

Washington: Eating one to two servings per day of spinach could make your brain 11 years younger, a new study on older adults has found.

Green leafy vegetables,   Sharp brain,   human brain,   spinach,   vitamin K ,  
Rajinikanth turns 64, releases Tamil action-thriller 'Lingaa'

Rajinikanth turns 64, releases Tamil action-thriller 'Lingaa'

12 Dec 2014

Chennai: Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Friday turned 64 and made the occasion a memorable one by dishing out his latest flick 'Lingaa' to frenzied fans who turned up to witness their matinee idol deliver famous punchlines after about four years.

Rajinikanth,   Lingaa,   K S Ravikumar,   Anouskha Shetty,   Sonakshi Sinha,   Kochadaiyaan,  
PSBs' Basel-III needs to overshoot Rs 2.4 trillion estimate: <strong>S</strong> <strong>S</strong> Mundra

PSBs' Basel-III needs to overshoot Rs 2.4 trillion estimate: S S Mundra

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Reserve Bank Deputy Governor S S Mundra on Thursday said that state-run banks' capital needs to comply with Basel-III regulations may overshoot the earlier estimate of Rs 2.4 trillion, and also expressed reservations about the move to infuse funds in banks selectively.

Reserve Bank of India,   Deputy Governor S S Mundra,   Basel III regulations,   Basel III framework,  
Stricter laws needed to deal with spot-fixing: Rahul Dravid

Stricter laws needed to deal with spot-fixing: Rahul Dravid

06 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Having gone through a testing time as cricket captain of Rajasthan Royals when the spot-fixing scandal broke two seasons ago, team mentor Rahul Dravid on Monday called for stricter laws, even criminal, to be put in place by the country's lawmakers to deal with this issue in IPL.

Rahul Dravid,   Rajasthan Royals ,   IPL,   Shane Watson ,   Steve Smith,   James Faulkner,   S Sreesanth,   Ajinkya Rahane,   Gurunath Meiyappan,  
BSF losing more men in bike accidents than on the border

BSF losing more men in bike accidents than on the border

07 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a worrying trend, country's largest border guarding force BSF has lost four times more troops in off-duty bike accidents than at the borders or other conflict theatres in the hinterland in the recent past.

BSF,   Border Security Force,   Bike accidents,   Border,   BSF Director General,   D K Pathak,  
Banks should pass on rate cut benefit to customers: RBI

Banks should pass on rate cut benefit to customers: RBI

20 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Reserve Bank Deputy Governor S S Mundra on Frdiay said that he expects banks to cut interest rates as the central bank has already lowered policy rates twice in quick succession.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Rate Cut,   S S Mundra,   rate cut benefit,   PSU,   Banks ,  

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