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Modi only had warm <strong>water</strong> at Obama's White House dinner

Modi only had warm water at Obama's White House dinner

30 Sep 2014

Washington: It was only warm water for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who turned out to be the most unusual guest in the history of White House where he was the only one who ate nothing at President Barack Obama's dinner for him last night.

Narendra Modi,   Barack Obama,   Modi fasting on Navratri,   Syed Akbaruddin,   Modi US visit,   Modi Obama Meet ,  
J&K floods: Valley residents seek improved drainage system

J&K floods: Valley residents seek improved drainage system

30 Sep 2014

Srinagar: With the worst floods in a century causing devastation in Kashmir, the people in the Valley want the government to improve the drainage system by acting against illegal constructions and encroachments on the banks of the rivers and other water bodies.

J&K floods,   J&K relief camps,   Drainage system,   Sanitation issues,   Water distribution channel ,  
Modi to speak on All India Radio on 3rd October

Modi to speak on All India Radio on 3rd October

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will connect with the people through national broadcaster All India Radio on October 3.

New Delhi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   national broadcaster,   All India Radio,   AIR,  
DU ropes in MCD for cleanliness campaign

DU ropes in MCD for cleanliness campaign

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The University of Delhi has joined hands with the city's Municipal Corporation (MCD) for its cleanliness drive as a part of the Narendra Modi Government's ambitious 'Clean India' campaign.

DU,   Delhi University,   MCD,   'Clean India' campaign,   Clean india mission,   Sawch Bharat,  
Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sports Authority of India Director General Jiji Thomson on Tuesday said sailor Upamanyu Dutta's shoddy performance at the ongoing Asian Games is the reason why SAI had objected to athletes travelling to the event on a "no cost to government" basis.

New Delhi,   Sports Authority of India,   SAI,   Jiji Thomson,   sailor,   Upamanyu Dutta,   Asian Games,   athletes,   'no cost to government' basis,  
Congress vows to fight against demolition drive in <strong>Delhi</strong> colonies

Congress vows to fight against demolition drive in Delhi colonies

29 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Protesting against the demolition drive launched by the Delhi government and municipal corporations, Congress on Sunday came down heavily on BJP and alleged that it was being done on the 'behest of saffron party'.

Congress,   BJP,   Demolition drive,   Congress protest,   Illegal Delhi colonies,   Haroon Yusuf,   ,  
<strong>Water</strong> might be older than the Sun: Study

Water might be older than the Sun: Study

26 Sep 2014

Washington: Up to half of the water on Earth is likely to be older than the solar system, a study says. The study published in US journal Science on Thursday raises hope that life could exist on exoplanets, the planets orbiting other stars in our galaxy, because all life on Earth depends on water, Xinhua reported.

Water,   Sun,   Earth,   solar system,   galaxy,   icy comets,   moons,  
<strong>Delhi</strong> Metro second best in customer satisfaction

Delhi Metro second best in customer satisfaction

28 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Metro has been ranked second best among 18 international Metro systems in terms of customer satisfaction, an official statement said on Sunday.

New Delhi,   Delhi Metro,   second best,   international,   Metro systems,   customer satisfaction,   Hong Kong,   London,   Bangkok,  
Kerala govt ropes in IBM for solutions to <strong>water</strong> distribution

Kerala govt ropes in IBM for solutions to water distribution

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Technology giant IBM is providing its Big Data solutions to help the Kerala government in monitoring water distribution and preventing loss from leakages. Kerala Water Authority (KWA) is using IBM's analytics and mobility solutions to analyse, monitor and manage water distribution in the city of Thiruvananthapuram, the tech major said in a statement on Tuesday.

Kerala government,   IBM,   water distribution,   Kerala Water Authority,   water,   ,  
<strong>Delhi</strong> eyes onions from Pakistan, Afghanistan to meet festive demand

Delhi eyes onions from Pakistan, Afghanistan to meet festive demand

28 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India is turning to Pakistan and Afghanistan to ensure that there is no shortage of onions in the national capital during the upcoming festival season.

New Delhi,   India,   Pakistan,   Afghanistan,   onions,   national capital,   festival season,  

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