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Daily Archives: 15th April 2018

500 Person on Oliver Cabells Waitlist for Runner Collection

Oliver Cabell is soon going to launch a retro-style runner, Rennes, which is created in collaboration with British designer Cole Buxton.

Drinking Plain hot Water may Help you Shed Weight, Boost Your Health

Lauding the age-old Indian practice of drinking the hot water now several global researchers have also agreed to the fact that instead of drinking hot water with lemon, just by consuming hot water on its own would not only help you shed off extra fat belly fat but keep various health issues at bay

Amal Clooneys Twins Utter Mama as Their First Word

George Clooney made it a point that the first word uttered by his and Amal Clooney's children is 'Mama' as both the twins will soon turn one on June 1.

Top Contenders for Meghan Markle's Maid of Honour

Meghan Markle is all set to the nuptial knot with Prince Harry and the industry is abuzz with rumours regarding who shall be her Maid of Honour after all.

Top Contenders for Meghan Markle’s Maid of Honour

Meghan Markle is all set to the nuptial knot with Prince Harry and the industry is abuzz with rumours regarding who shall be her Maid of Honour after all.

Air Odisha Introduces two More Routes in Gujarat Under Udan

Under the Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN) scheme, Air service operator Air Odisha has added two more destinations in Gujarat at lowest fares starting from Rs 1420 and Rs 1699 in flights between Ahmedabad to Bhavanagar and Bhavnagar to Surat respectively.

Pence Says Russia "on Wrong Side of War

United States Vice President Michael Pence on Saturday said that Russia is "on the wrong side of the war" while referring to recent strikes on Syria by the US along with Germany and France.

Pence Says Russia “on Wrong Side of War

United States Vice President Michael Pence on Saturday said that Russia is "on the wrong side of the war" while referring to recent strikes on Syria by the US along with Germany and France.

Former Anti-apartheid Activist Winnie Mandela Laid to Rest

Former South African anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has been laid to rest in a state funeral on Saturday at Fourways Memorial park near Johannesburg in South Africa.

Toxin Used in Salisbury Poisoning was not Russian Made, Lavrov Cites Swiss Lab Report

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov claimed on Saturday that the toxin used to poison former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, was BZ toxin, as confirmed by a Swiss laboratory.

US Locked and Loaded for Future Chemical Attacks by Syria

United States ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Saturday said that the US is "locked and loaded" in an event of a chemical attack by Syrian President Bashar Al Assad.

China Aims at Establishing Hainan Free Trade Zone by 2035

The China has aimed at making the free trade port system and operational mode of Hainan "more mature" by 2035.

US Treasury Department Adds India on its Watch List

The United States Treasury Department has added India to the currency practices and macroeconomic policies monitoring list, citing an increase in the foreign exchange of the country in the first three quarters of the year 2017.

8 Injured as Passenger Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh

Five coaches of the Katni-Chopan passenger train derailed on Saturday, leaving eight passengers injured.

CBI Arrests two for Trying to Bribe Customs Officer in Mumbai

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested two persons for allegedly trying to bribe a Customs officer in Mumbai.

Andhra CM to Observe Day-long Fast Against Centre on his Birthday

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will observe a day-long hunger strike here on his birthday, April 20, in protest against the Centre's non-cooperation towards the state.

Four Involved in Cricket Betting Apprehended by Hyderabad Police

The Hyderabad Police has apprehended four persons allegedly involved in organised cricket betting on Saturday.

Maharashtra's Tribal Village Gets Electricity After 70 Years of Independence

A Remote tribal village in Amravati's Bulumgavhan in Maharashtra got electrified after 70 years of independence.

Maharashtra’s Tribal Village Gets Electricity After 70 Years of Independence

A Remote tribal village in Amravati's Bulumgavhan in Maharashtra got electrified after 70 years of independence.

Indian PM to Meet German Chancellor Merkel on way Back From Britain

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a stopover in Berlin on April 20 after concluding his visits to Sweden and the United Kingdom.

One More Suspect Arrested in Kotkhai Gang-rape

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested one more in connection with the Kotkhai rape and murder of a minor girl case.

Sense of Justice Reinforced in Jammu and Kashmir After Kathua Rape Protests, Says Mehbooba

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that the unflinching resolve for ensuring justice in Kathua gang-rape and murder case would go a long way in restoring people's confidence in the institutions and reinforcing the sense of justice in the state.

On the Trail of Denial of Justice in Kathua Rape and Murder

The report named Sanji Ram, a 60 years old retired government officer, and also the Hindu temple priest, as the master planner of the crime. He hatched the plan along with police officers like Surendra Verma, Anand Dutta, Tilak Raj and Deepak Khajuria. Besides them, Sanji Ram’s son, Vishal Jingotra, his nephew (a juvenile) and his friend Parvesh Kumar (Mannu) are also charged with the crime.

Protests Erupt in India Against Rape and Murder of Asifa Banu

Protest gatherings, marches and programmes erupted across the country against the rape and murder of Asifa Banu in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir

Manusmriti Burnt at Protest Against Asifa Rape in Kolkata

At Nandan, in front of the Ambedkar statue, protestors burnt Manusmriti, one of the Hindu texts used to propagate hatred against women