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Baba Ramev In Funny Mood - Price Hike Of Baba Ramev In Funny Mood - Price Hike Of Daal In India 28-Oct-2015
NGT issues notice to Delhi's Chief Secre New Delhi, Oct 28 (ANI): The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday issued notice to the Delhi's Chief Secretary and the three MCD corporations over the issue of garbage piling on the roads of the national capital. In addition, the court also directed all the three corporations to remove all the garbage within two days. The Delhi Government has also been directed to provide all the required assistance to the corporations. 28-Oct-2015
Bethari Bazaar Police firing survivor na Nepal, Oct 28 (ANI): Saraswati Maurya, a resident of Hati Bangai village is the lucky to have survived the September 15 police firing at Bethari Bazaar. On that day, Saraswati had gone to buy household items from the market when the security forces carried out indiscriminate firing at the busy marketplace. She felt unconscious after a bullet hit her shoulder. Nepal has recently witnessed violent protests by the Madhesi people who live in the fertile Terai plains bordering India. The other minority communities have also protested as discriminatory the new Constitution promulgated on September 20. The Madhesi people are helpless and have less faith in the government. According to Human Rights Watch (HRW), at least 45 people were killed during the protests in August and September in the Terai region. 28-Oct-2015
FC PUNE CITY EDGE PAST KERALA BLASTERS W FC Pune City had a thrilling day as they edged past visitors Kerala Blasters FC 3-2 in the Indian Super League second season match at the Balewadi Stadium to regain the top spot in the standings. 28-Oct-2015
Beef row: Vishnu Gupta's advocate dubs h New Delhi, Oct 28 (ANI): The lawyer of Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta, who was today detained for allegedly making a false complaint that beef was being served at the Kerala House canteen in Delhi, said that his arrest was illegal and demanded that due process of law must be followed in the case. He further said that as far as the procedure is not followed then it is an illegal arrest. The development comes a day after a major row erupted when the Delhi Police entered the Kerala House acting on a complaint that beef was allegedly being served there. Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy condemned the "raid" as "highly objectionable". 28-Oct-2015
JUST 45 MINUTES AND ‘BEEF FRY’ AT KE After an alleged police raid and threat from right-wing activists kept 'beef fry' off the Kerala House canteen menu, the dish reappeared on the list today. Buffalo meat, which unlike two days ago, was written in English and as Meat Fry and Meat Curry (Buffalo) was sold out within 45 minutes. Meanwhile, Vishnu Gupta, the Hindu Sena activist, who made the complaint which led to the police action two days ago, has been detained. 28-Oct-2015
BHAJJI WARMS UP FOR HIS GRAND WEDDING! "Star Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh, who is off national duty and ready to be a groom, is warming up to his wedding with long time Bollywood girlfriend Geeta Basra. The celebrations have started with the traditional mehendi and sangeet ceremony. The wedding rituals are being performed at a hotel in Phagwara, 20 kilometers from Harbhajan’s hometown, Jalandhar. " 28-Oct-2015
Tanzania opposition makes vote-rigging a Tanzania's opposition party makes vote-rigging accusations, as the ruling party's presidential candidate takes an early lead and several key ministers lose their seats. 28-Oct-2015
Indonesia struggles to put out haze-indu Desperate civilians at the epicentre of Indonesia's haze crisis are taking the fight into the own hands, using whatever meagre resources they have to confront the fires ravaging their communities as they tire of waiting for the government to take action. 28-Oct-2015
Tokyo Motor Show revs up with self-drivi Self-driving cars, the latest fuel-cell technology and a concept vehicle with tablet-style touch screens aimed at the digital generation are among the innovations on display at the Tokyo Motor Show. 28-Oct-2015
SANIA-HINGIS OFF TO A WINNING START IN W Santina’, the Indo-Swiss combine of Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis got off to a winning start at the year-ending $7 million WTA Finals being played on the hard courts of the Singapore Indoor Stadium. 28-Oct-2015
BSE closes 213.68 points down on October New Delhi, OCT 28 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 213.68 points down to stand 28-Oct-2015
Hyderabad's film maker youngest to creat Hyderabad, Oct 28 (ANI): Rajendra Vinod, a 24 year old boy from Hindupur in Andhra Pradesh with the passion of fiction stories has shot 7 short films, an AD film and a documentary. Passionate about film-making, Vinod has become the youngest film-maker to set 2 Guiness World records in his field for which he also earned the honourary title. His short films like Change, Arani, Ad film AARVI, Films and a short documentary on Lepakshi have added value to his collection. Rajendra Vinod projects have won many awards at several National and International film festivals. He was also titled as "Most Awarded Short Film Maker in a Year(National Record)" by India Book of Records. Apart from his short film career, he also has five degrees in different subjects. Many people in his hometown call him as most qualified young Indian turned most competent Indian Short Film Maker. 28-Oct-2015
Nepal's Madhesi community threatens agit Birgunj, Oct 28 (ANI): The Madhesi community in Nepal, protesting against the newly adopted Constitution, on Wednesday threatened agitation for a separate statehood. The Madhesi community in Nepal's lowlands, many of whom trace their origins to India, have imposed an economic blockade to oppose the new constitution. They are against splitting Nepal into seven provinces. The Madhesis have been blocking traffic movement from India to Nepal at the Birgunj-Raxaul border for over two months. Many shopkeepers in Birgunj have kept their shops shut in support of the protest. The new Constitution allows the setting up of a central system that would break up a belt of the southern plains, known as the Terai, and merge it into larger provinces with other ethnic groups. The protesters threatened to intensify protests if the government did not give in to their demands. Ethnic communities are opposing to the redrawing of borders. At least 40 people have been killed in the violent protests in the past two months. The shutdown has badly affected the business of traders and shopkeepers. 28-Oct-2015
WILL AMIT MISHRA PLAY THE FIRST TEST IN "Cloud still hangs over Indian spinner Amit Mishra, who was arrested on Tuesday and later released on bail in the case. Mishra was arrested for allegedly harassing a woman in Bengaluru last month.There is no clarity so far whether Mishra will play the first Test in Mohali, although, BCCI said the board is looking into the details regarding the charges levelled against him. " 28-Oct-2015
Buffalo meat dishes back on Kerala House New Delhi/Trivandrum, Oct 28 (ANI): Buffalo meat returned to the menu of Kerala House canteen in New Delhi on Wednesday, a day after its sale was stopped following a police raid at the premise. A PCR call was made by a person claiming to belong to Hindu Sena on Monday evening complaining that beef was being served at Kerala House's canteen to which Delhi Police personnel rushed to the premises. The Kerala House dismissed allegations that beef curry was served in the canteen, saying that only buffalo meat, commonly referred to as beef by many, was offered. The management, however, revised the menu and took buffalo meat off the menu on Tuesday. Buffalo meat dishes returned to the canteen's menu on Wednesday after Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and lawmakers from the state protested the police action. A customer, Yahiya, opined that the management's decision to write the dishes made of buffalo meat in regional Malayalam language created the confusion. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, an agitated Chandy had condemned the Delhi Police raid at the guest house and accused it of not following the due procedure. 28-Oct-2015
Women 'worry', men get 'frustrated' hand New Delhi, Oct 28 (ANI): A new study has revealed that when a couple suffers from issues in their marriage, the woman worries and becomes sad, whereas it's sheer frustration for the man. Deborah Carr of the Rutgers University said that men often don't want to express vulnerable emotions, while women are much more comfortable expressing sadness or worry. She said that for women, getting a lot of support from their spouse was a positive experience, adding that older men, however, might feel frustrated receiving lots of support from their wife, especially if it makes them feel helpless or less competent. In the study, researchers examined 722 couples, married an average of 39 years, and asked how their marital experience and the reactions of their spouse affected them. Carr said that if older men or women with dementia had reduced impulse control, they could lash out against their spouse if they were feeling frustrated, adding it was very important to keep in mind these dynamics even with long married couples who you may not think have any problems. Carr concluded that there has to be a middle ground between marital suffocation and togetherness, adding that spouses want to feel loved and supported but not trapped. So, keep a check on how do you treat your partner when you have marit 28-Oct-2015
Musharraf admits Pak's role in nurturing New Delhi/Mumbai/Greater Noida, Oct 28 (ANI): Politicos reacted on Wednesday after former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf admitted nurturing militancy and supporting extremist groups including Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in the 1990s to carry out terrorist activities in Kashmir. During an interview to Duniya Tv, Musharraf branded Jama'at-ud-Da'wah chief Hafiz Saeed and LeT leader Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi as Pakistani 'heroes' during their alleged freedom struggle in Kashmir. Musharraf also branded Osama Bin Laden, Jalaluddin Haqqani, Hafiz Saeed and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi as Pakistan's heroes during 1980s. He also added that Pakistan had trained, funded and supported militancy to carry out its own interest in Afghanistan to fight the Soviets. He acknowledged that Pakistan trained jihadists from all over the world and sent them to fight against Russia in Afghanistan. He said that Bin Laden, Zawahiri, Taliban and the Haqqani network were also Pakistan heroes. 28-Oct-2015
All Blacks focussed on RWC final New Zealand prepare to face Australia in the Rugby World FCup final and All Blacks players are focussed on the task in hand - not history of retirements. 28-Oct-2015
Mourinho will be tearing his hair out, s Jose Mourinho will be tearing his hair out over Chelsea's miserable start to the season says former Stamford Bridge great Frank Lampard 28-Oct-2015
Klopp backs Liverpool to improve New manager Juergen Klopp says Liverpool players have the quality to improve their results 28-Oct-2015
'I am football', Sexwale says in FIFA pr Tokyo Sexwale, a FIFA presidential candidate from South Africa, claims "I am football" and promises to rid the sport's ruling body of corruption. 28-Oct-2015
'I am football', Sexwale says in FIFA pr Tokyo Sexwale, a FIFA presidential candidate from South Africa, claims "I am football" and promises to rid the sport's ruling body of corruption. 28-Oct-2015
Third phase of Bihar polls: 33.88 percen Patna/Arrah, Oct 28 (ANI): 33.88 polling percentage has been recorded till 1pm in the third phase of the Bihar Assembly polls. The third phase is spread across 50 constituencies in six districts. An estimated 10 to 15 percent votes were cast till 10 a.m. Re-polling is also being held at booth no.131 of Banka constituency and at booth no.188 of Chakai constituency. Polling on these booths was held on October 12 during the first phase of polling. Meanwhile, Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajiv Pratap Rudy also reached the polling booth to cast his votes. Polling, which began at 7 a.m., will conclude at 5 p.m. in 40 constituencies, while in the remaining 10 Naxal-affected seats, it will end at 4 p.m. Over one crore 45 lakh electorates will decide the electoral fate of 808 candidates, including 71 women. 28-Oct-2015
SC refuses to ban firecrackers on Diwali New Delhi, Oct 28 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to order blanket ban on firecrackers on Diwali, after hearing a PIL filed by three children through their parents seeking a ban on firecrackers ahead of Diwali. The Supreme Court also directed the media to propagate the ill effects the bursting of crackers has and the sound and air pollution it causes. The apex court bench of Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra asked the Centre and other authorities to start publicity campaign both in print and electronic media on the harmful impact of firecrackers during the festival season from October 31 to November 12. The court reiterated its earlier order prohibiting the bursting of firecrackers during the night hours from 10.00 p.m. to 6 a.m. 28-Oct-2015
Lake Charles The city of Lake Charles overlooks a freshwater lake with the only white-sand inland beach along the Gulf Coast. 28-Oct-2015
Discover Utah Utah is a western state defined by its vast expanses of desert and the Wasatch Range mountains. Salt Lake City, the capital, is centered around Temple Square, headquarters of the Mormon Church and site of its majestic temple and tabernacle, with its massive dome and renowned choir. 28-Oct-2015
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How does the biggest solar plant of Euro Cestas in France is home to the biggest solar in Europe. It is spread over an area of 617 acres and produces a huge amount of sustainable energy. Experts explain how it works. 28-Oct-2015
How are Holograms shaping the future of Holograms have been taking over the digital world. Now it can be used to bring back deceased stars to fill streets with protesters. Even our smartphones might project in 3D in the near future. 28-Oct-2015
NASA: When water and alka seltzer become Changing the color with dye and then adding alka seltzer, NASA astronauts made a simple reaction in water look hypnotic while floating in space. 28-Oct-2015
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Rush-hour race: What's the fastest way f Every day millions of people travel from home back and forth to work but which form of transport is the fastest? Residents of Barcelona decided to find out for themselves in a rush hour race. 28-Oct-2015
More mis-selling damage for Lloyds Lloyds, Europe's second biggest bank by market value, has reports weaker than expected third-quarter results. The results came as its rival Barclays said it would pay incoming chief executive James "Jes" Staley up to 8.24 million pounds. Ciara Lee reports. 28-Oct-2015
Emissions scandal drives VW into loss Volkswagen has posted its first quarterly loss in at least 15 years. As Tim Graham reports it's been slammed by costs related to its rigging of diesel emissions tests and lowers profit outlook. 28-Oct-2015
SHOCKING! Why Do All Natural Disasters O What is the connection between 26th day of a month and natural disasters! Watch this video to know more. 28-Oct-2015
When A 3D Printer Saved A Newborn Baby's This is how Megan Thompson saved her baby when tests showed a walnut-sized lump on her tiny, unborn child's face that could prevent him from breathing after birth 28-Oct-2015
Cobbler's Daughter Runs Barefoot, Clinch Sayali Mhaishune whose father is a cobbler made her family proud by winning the 3000m event at the District Sports Office inter-school athletic championships. 28-Oct-2015
NILAMBUR: India's First Town To Official This small town in Kerala will greet you with a 'Dowry Free Zone' sign. Surprised? Watch video to know more about Nilambur. 28-Oct-2015
Sahitya Akademi Award: Writers raise fla Rajdeep Sardesai talks to Madhu Kishwar and Ashok Vajpayi on whether returning the Sahitya Akademi awards is the right way to go about seeking justice for Dadri killing 28-Oct-2015
Miners with lung disease get little help A dilapidated facility in eastern China offers minimal care for 'miner's lung' sufferers as the number of cases increases. Julie Noce reports. 28-Oct-2015
MAKE PLENTY OF MISTAKES – MARK ZUCKERB Mark Zuckerberg, who is in India was part of a townhall session with IIT Delhi. The founder of Facebook told budding technology professionals that the only way to learn something is to make multiple mistakes in life. He shared stories of how mistakes shaped his achievements as the facebook story progressed. 28-Oct-2015
Bihar Election: Women Voters Outnumber M The Bihar Elections, known to be the mother of all elections, more women than men came out to vote. Watch this video to know more. 28-Oct-2015
StarlETH dog robot copes with tough terr The StarlETH quadruped robot can run, walk, and climb over tough terrain autonomously, say its creators. Jim Drury saw the metal, four-legged, beast in action. 28-Oct-2015
Vasundhra Finds New Girl For Dhruv | Tha Today we see that Vasundhra has found new girl for Dhruv and that also in front of Thapki. How will Thapki react to this watch this video for more info. 28-Oct-2015
Anushka Ranjan Photoshoot Anushka Ranjan Photoshoot 28-Oct-2015
Suhani's Controversial Birthday Party | Today we see that it is Suhani's birthday celebration and what controversy takes place. Watch this video for more info 28-Oct-2015
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