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Daily Archives: 12th March 2018

Samastipur Road mishap: Nitish Kumar Announces ex-Gratia for Victims' kin

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced ex-gratia of Rs four lakh each for the next of kin of the victims killed in Bihar's Samastipur road mishap.

Samastipur Road mishap: Nitish Kumar Announces ex-Gratia for Victims’ kin

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced ex-gratia of Rs four lakh each for the next of kin of the victims killed in Bihar's Samastipur road mishap.

Marvel 'Black Panther' Hits $1 Billion Mark

Marvel's "Black Panther" has officially made over $1 billion at the global box office in less than a month, thereby continuing with its record-breaking streak.

Marvel ‘Black Panther’ Hits $1 Billion Mark

Marvel's "Black Panther" has officially made over $1 billion at the global box office in less than a month, thereby continuing with its record-breaking streak.

80s Fashion Trends Comeback This Spring Season

History repeats itself, and the fashion industry is surely a proof.

High-Fiber Diet may Help gut Bacteria Fight Type 2 Diabetes

Now the fight against type 2 diabetes may soon improve just by introducing high-fiber diet in our daily life.

Trump, Kim to Meet Sans Additional Conditions

The Trump administration on Sunday confirmed that there will be no additional conditions imposed on North Korea before a first-ever meeting of the leaders of the two nations.

Biker duo Embarks on Ride From Pune to Scotland

A mechanical engineer from Arrah, and a teacher from Canada have embarked on a unique journey to cover the distance from Pune to Scotland with the vision of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam'- one world one family.

Hollywood Rewards 'Mediocrity': Susan Sarandon

Taking a swipe at the Hollywood, Veteran actress Susan Sarandon said that it is 'mediocrity' which is rewarded in the industry.

Hollywood Rewards ‘Mediocrity’: Susan Sarandon

Taking a swipe at the Hollywood, Veteran actress Susan Sarandon said that it is 'mediocrity' which is rewarded in the industry.

Nepal PM Wins Confidence Vote in Parliament

K.P. Sharma Oli, Nepal's first Prime Minister after the adaptation of federal administrative system, has garnered a majority of two-thirds votes in Confidence Vote motion in the country's parliament.

Anantnag Encounter: Schools, Colleges to Remain Closed Today

After recent Anantnag encounter, the schools and colleges will be closed on Monday in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar, fearing protests in the city.

IAF Performs on Mauritius National Day

The Air Warrior drill team and Sarang Team of the Indian Air Force (IAF) on Sunday performed at the Mauritian city Mahebourg towards Regat 50 on the eve of the Mauritius National Day.

Kisan Long March: Six-Member Committee Formed to Look Into Demands

In the light of the ongoing farmers protest in Maharashtra, the state government has decided to appoint a six members committee to look into the farmers demands.

Russia Test-Fires 'Ideal' Hyper-Sonic Missile

Russia on Sunday stated that it has triumphantly test-launched a hyper-sonic missile which President Vladimir Putin branded as "an ideal weapon."

Russia Test-Fires ‘Ideal’ Hyper-Sonic Missile

Russia on Sunday stated that it has triumphantly test-launched a hyper-sonic missile which President Vladimir Putin branded as "an ideal weapon."