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Posts for August, 2014
Kala Peeth (Regd.) Ferozepur released Punjabi book titled "Kavita Bahar Udaas Khadi Hai" by Anil Adam
Anil Adam is poet of tranquility and hope who has made the poetry as medium of having dialogue with his surroundings: Prof.Jaspal Ghai
HARISH DIDO | 29 Aug 2014
During the eight-day long Paryushan Parva of the Jains, today on Bhadrapada Shukla Tritiyais (August 27), the community is observing Roth Teej by cookng simple food and share with others. On this day, the Jains of Jaipur are cooking and eating only one type grain once a day, generally mid-noon. I too shared the food with a Jain family in which the Roth was cooked on wood charcoal and eaten with curd.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 28 Aug 2014
Even after the chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu has given indicated Vijayawada would be the capital city of residuary state of Andhra Pradesh and declared it as `temporary capital' asking government departments to shift their locations from Hyderabad, confusion prevailed among council of ministers and leaders of ruling party on the issue of capital city.
Read this news article to know more about the overheating real estate trends in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Banks are now taking this issue as a core to resolve future imbalances and excessively fluctuating trends.
Asghar Paracha | 28 Aug 2014
It may sound an oxymoron but inherent laziness in man is responsible for much progress that mankind has made. The man because of his laziness did not want to walk for miles and carry the load. So, he invented wheel cart and later on bicycle.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 28 Aug 2014
India is the largest borrower from Asian Development Bank (ADB). Between 1986, when ADB started its lending operations in India, and 30 June 2014, ADB approved 183 sovereign loans totaling $29.8 billion. ADB has also approved 50 non-sovereign loans, equity investments and guarantees totaling more than $3.2 billion.
The fundraising was named after MEK supporter Gholamreza Khosravi, who was executed on June 1, 2014, charged with making financial contribution to INTV.
The Media Express | 28 Aug 2014
PM Modi is on the right track. He is not only abolishing Planning Commission which is only contributing to the delaying of the projects and in fact is duplicating the efforts of the Ministry of Finance and hence as a burden on the exchequer, needs to be abolished, but also streamlining the other Ministries.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 27 Aug 2014
The second day of the three day "All India Railway Hindi Natyotsav" which is bein gorganized by South Central Railwayat Rail Nilayam Auditorium, Secunderabad, saw yet some beautiful Plays/Dramas on 26th August, 2014.
Narendra Ch | 27 Aug 2014
Festive look seen at Telangana BJP office with its senior leader Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao was appointed as Maharashtra governor by Narendra Modi government.
Narendra Ch | 26 Aug 2014
The National Eye Donation Fortnight is celebrated every year from 25thAugust to 8th September. The celebration of the great campaign is go through very well in order to promote the eye donation process as well as to put forth the significant message to the people for being the special part of eye donation or eye pledging for giving normal life to the common public.
HARISH DIDO | 26 Aug 2014
On Monday, Supreme Court gave its verdict on legitimation of coal allocation. SC said that the coal blocks which allocated from 1992 onwards were illegal and there were also absence of any legitimate procedure.
Ruchi Verma | 26 Aug 2014
The Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru Sukhdev Memorial Society today celebrated the birth anniversary of Shaheed Rajguru who loved the ropes of gallows happily, for the independence of the nation.
HARISH DIDO | 25 Aug 2014
Hindus have urged Brevard County Board of County Commissioners in Florida to be more inclusive by allowing atheists to offer invocations at Board meetings at par with religious groups.
Correspondent | 25 Aug 2014
Shri Ram Sena, State President Rajiv Mahajan on Thursday backed Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat's comment that India is a Hindu nation, saying the remark was absolutely right.
Rajiv | 21 Aug 2014
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jahnavi | 21 Aug 2014
LinguaNext, a leader in application language management, today announces the launch of 'Linguify.Mobile', a language platform product for mobile applications. The company has also announced the successful facilitation of the mobile apps of Quikr, India's leading cross-category classifieds platform and Yepme, India's biggest fashion brand specializing in the online retailing of men's and women's apparels and accessories; in Hindi through this product.
Brijesh Bhatt | 21 Aug 2014
Pre-implantation genetic screening-PGS (also known as aneuploidy screening) involves checking the chromosomes of embryos conceived by in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for common abnormalities.
invitrolab | 20 Aug 2014
Mary Aileen Diez Bacalso, the Secretary General of 'Asian Federation Against involuntary Disappearances' (AFAD) was banned to enter India on the night of 17th August 2014 at the Mumbai International Airport. On 11th August, Aileen Bacalso had tried to apply for visa from the Indian embassy in Manila.
Naim Naqvi | 20 Aug 2014
Religion is primarily based on fear, particularly, fear of the unknown as well as greed and ego. When winds blew violently and caused devastation, our primitive forefathers started worshiping the wind as God and assigned a stone to represent wind god.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 19 Aug 2014
It is not in my DNA to be a communal bigot while articulating the emotions on the frequent clash between the Chakmas and the Mizos in Mizoram, which erupts mostly either politically, socially, ethnically or religiously. I truly feel very bad for that.
Suman Chakma | 14 Aug 2014
One big change the marketing world has gone through if not anything is, the way it functions. On a larger level, it has gone to expanding its wings to gain customers from the land based market, to the modern tech savvy customers online.
Dhandayuthapani | 14 Aug 2014
Datamatics Global Services Q1FY15 consolidated Net Sales up 40.94% YoY atRs. 204.25crore; EBIDTA up by 54.85%
Announcing the results Rahul Kanodia, Vice Chairman and CEO, Datamatics Global Services Ltd. said, "We continue in our growth trajectory. This quarter has been extremely fulfilling in terms business growth and value addition. We remain focused on delivering higher customer satisfaction and thereby growing with our customers."
Varad Kamini | 14 Aug 2014
At a meeting at the UN European headquarters in Geneva, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran Maryam Rajavi renewed her calls for the rights and protection of the residents of Ashraf to be guaranteed by the United Nations.
The Media Express | 14 Aug 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited Leh and afterward Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir to inaugurate power projects in the state. During his visit he also met Army and IAF personnel.
Ruchi Verma | 12 Aug 2014
It was Aug the 17th-2013, when Dr. Hanif Tarin's authored classic book "Lala-e-Sehraee" was launched in a grand ceremony witnessed by many notable Indo-Pakistani literary figures.
Naseer Arif Muzaffarnagari | 12 Aug 2014
Pregnancy is the development of one or more offspring, known as an embryo or fetus, in a woman's uterus. It is the common name for gestation in humans. A multiple pregnancy involves more than one embryo or fetus in a single pregnancy, such as with twins. Childbirth usually occurs about 38 weeks after conception, from the start of the last normal menstrual period (LNMP).
Rupal Hospital | 12 Aug 2014
A sanctuary for connoisseurs of heritage and fine living. Built in 1927, Ranbanka Palace traces its lineage to the founders and rulers of Jodhpur.
Built at the turn of the last century for Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh ji, the magnificent sandstone building of Ranbanka Palace captures colonial influences and immerses them in the echoes of another bygone era.
Respected Prime Minister Sir, Voters of decade old nine blocks residential complex one near pillar no. 185 PVNR Expressway, of Rajendranagar Assembly falling under Chevella Parliamentary Constituency of Telangana state, en route to the Shamshabad Airport, is a classic case of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and State Road Transport Corporation indifference.
TR. Madhavan | 11 Aug 2014
A four-day 'World Congress on Ovulation Induction & Ovarian Stimulation Protocols' was held in Jaipur from August 7 to 10, informed Dr. Vandana Narula via facebook posting and pictures.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 11 Aug 2014
Daydreams are not vague or irrelevant or incomprehensible but are simple, relevant and comprehensible
When we are asleep, we generally dream but these dreams are rather vague, irrelevant or incomprehensible. Freud and other psychoanalysts like Jung, etc. say that these dreams could be interpreted and made comprehensible with the help of a psychoanalyst and the interpretation can be applied to make a psychiatric patient healthy.
Satbir Singh Bedi | 08 Aug 2014
Ferozepur borne Ravi Kant Gupta, Industrialist-turned-educationist among 26 Businessmen selected by India Today
Ravi Kant Gupta, an educationist with a difference was selected among 26 businessmen under the category of industrialists from North India by India Today.
HARISH DIDO | 08 Aug 2014
Conduit Technologies, a preferred technology partner of country's leading Telco companies, and one of the first members of ApplianSys Partner Network, proudly announces the launch of a Complete Network Optimization System called "Cach¬eBox
Conduit Technologies | 06 Aug 2014
Ranbanka Palace one of the top hotels in Jodhpur was built in 1927 for Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh and today is the only property in the blue city Jodhpur to be classified as a heritage hotel bythe Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.
neha chahar | 06 Aug 2014
Hindus are urging City of Los Angeles to immediately replant the similar pine tree in its Griffith Park in memory of fellow Hindu Beatle George Harrison as the original planted in 2004 reportedly died in June.
Correspondent | 06 Aug 2014
All Parties Migrants Co-ordination Committee (APMCC), the organisers of Kounsar Nag Yatra for Kashmiri Pandits from Kashmir side, today directly blamed National Conference and Omar Abdullah Government besides some mischief mongers among separatists, mainstream political parties, media and intellegentia for creating unnecessary controversy over Kashmiri Pandits pilgrimage to Kounsar Nag Yatra known as Kramsaras Tirtha (VishnuPaad) yatra among Kashmiri Pandits to create communal disturbances and a wedge between the two communities of Kashmir with an eye on the forthcoming elections in the state.
Akoul | 05 Aug 2014
A few stray thoughts, a few observations and a few point of views- none of my own work! Minorities- ethnic, caste and sexual or otherwise, all over the world are refusing to accept what has historically been meted out to them in the name of majority rule in this century and the last.
Naim Naqvi | 04 Aug 2014
It is the general tendency among the political leaders to give statements to become part of the front page in the media and K. Natwar Singh, a former Cabinet Minister has not done something special by commenting on Gandhi family in his book 'One Life is Not Enough'. But if he is forgetting that if you live right, once is enough.
HARISH DIDO | 04 Aug 2014
Hindu Temple & Heritage Hall of Toledo in Sylvania (Ohio) is holding a grand three-day Murti Pratishta Mahotsava (idols consecration festival) on August 7-8-9.
Correspondent | 04 Aug 2014