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Fire breaks out in Delhi building
A fire broke out on Wednesday in a building in the national capital, authorities said.
CBI seeking legal help from Centre over DCW summons
SDMC partners with NGOs to facelift primary schools
$12 lakh worth bills found inside unclaimed bag at RK Puram
‘DND toll could extend beyond 2031’
Now, cash vans in parts of Ghaziabad for electricity bill payment
Rickshaw-puller is not mentally unstable: Victim’s family
Jigisha murder: HC seeks death row convicts’ response
Rename HRD Ministry as Education Ministry: Sisodia to Javadekar
No police personnel to be present for driving test in Ggn for Haryana Day duty
BSF officer, civilian injured in Jammu firing
A BSF officer and a civilians were injured in heavy shelling and firing by the Pakistan Rangers on the International Border (IB) in Jammu district, police said on Wednesday.
Yashwant-led delegation meets Hurriyat leaders in Kashmir
CM Mehbooba for immediate de-escalation of ‘alarming’ border situation
Robust strategy to prevent use of money and drugs in Punjab: CEC
No Detention Policy: Centre may leave decision on states
Plan afoot to increase oilseeds and pulses’ productivity: Agri Min
Climate change: France lauds India’s initiative in urban sector
Muslim should seriously ponder ‘triple talaq’: RSS
CBI needs state govt’s consent to probe matters in a state: Virbhadra
ED summons to meat exporter Moin Qureshi
Crackdown not enough
S. Binodkumar Singh
If the source of their support can be identified and neutralised, the Bangladeshi security forces can deal a substantial blow to terrorist activities.
Mistry's exit a blip in Tata's long history
Containing political dynasties
Chandra Bhushan Sharma
Who failed children’s Right to Education?
Shiv Sena and MNS failing to adapt to times
Domestic industry at a standstill
Oslo sets the bar for other cities
Why gloat over moderate tactical success
Lt Gen Kamal Davar
How a Syrian boy became propaganda icon
New model of tracking TB patients
Pak should act against militants on home soil: US
Pakistan can contribute to regional stability by acting against militants on its soil who seek to attack its neighbours, the United States has said.
Trump may not do well in battleground states: expert
Don’t know these women, don’t grab them: Trump on adult filmstar
Visit to India shows importance of bilateral relations: May
France begins demolition of ‘Jungle’ migrant camp
Uranus may have two undiscovered moons: Study
Egyptian prosecutors recommend cancellation of life term to Morsi
71-yr Indo-American contesting for Michigan Mayor’s post
Indian-origin MP Keith Vaz to join UK Parliament’s justice committee
3 Indians killed in Malaysia hospital fire
Economy to grow 8%, farm sector over 4% : Shaktikanta
We are looking at growth upwards of 7.6% and hopefully close to 8%: Economic Affairs Secy
Focus on market leadership, investor returns: Ratan to Tata CEOs
Retailers’ demand for Chinese goods dips 45% on boycott call
‘Insurance firms should not reject mediclaims on whimsical grounds’
AAI air cargo, logistics arm takes off
Adani Ports’ Q2 net rises 61% to Rs 1,091 crore
Bilateral trade with India short of potential: French Minister
Bharti Airtel quarterly profit drops 4.9% to Rs 1,461 crore
‘Super chef’ Harpal Sokhi to launch five new restaurants
Uber Otto driverless truck makes history, delivers beer in Colorado
To support harmonious co-existence
The President said that India is a multi-faceted nation of 1.3 billion people, 122 languages, 1600 dialects and 7 religions co-existing under one system, one flag, one Constitution and one type of administration.
Gear up for some Barbecue this winter
Culinary Diplomacy important for bilateral ties
Easy ways to get flawless skin this festive season
Experience a multifarious Diwali shopping
Morning Ragas’ Enthralling ‘jugalbandi’
Evolution of Bapu’s Khadi
Laughs and Chuckles
Lighting up the world of underprivileged
Pleasure of eating makes people choose smaller portions: Study
India hope to clinch series in Dhoni’s backyard
Rediscovering himself in the twilight of his career, a rejuvenated Mahendra Singh Dhoni would look to continue his regained form.
India crush China to seal semis spot in Asian Champions Trophy
Mumbai snap ATK’s unbeaten run, jump on top of ISL table
Yogeshwar’s silver hopes over, WFI unaware
Any coach will be pleased with nine goals: Oltmans
We’ll work to not repeat mistakes against Pune: Marcelinho
I’ll play China Open after consulting Matthews: Saina
Henry steals the show at ISL match
U-19 Indian player signs for La Liga side Villareal
Latham looks to take cue from Kohli’s batting
Filmmaking all about business today: Jaya
Veteran actress Jaya Bachchan believes filmmakers of the past made movies with certain honesty to their craft, something which is missing in the cinema today.
Every film is like debut: Shraddha Kapoor
Britney Spears suffers wardrobe malfunction at concert
Ariel Winter has huge crush on Drake
Charlie Puth cancels tour due to sickness
‘Queen’ opens up about shooting Rangoon
Akshay Kumar shares special message for Indian soldiers
Golmaal Returns’ was a crap film: Rohit Shetty
My films have never made money: Vishal
I was mesmerised by Aishwarya’s persona: Anushka
Draped in colours
Behind the glitz and glamour of the recently held third India Africa forum summit lies a simple fact that India is still as clueless about its intentions and policy towards Africa as it has always been, reports Kriti Upadhyaya.
African voices in India
Inspiring Kenyan warriors to save lions
Queen of the wild nurtures Indian wilderness
Indian eves lose to NZ in four-nation series opener
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Unprecedented and historic
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Of trade and technology
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Of India
Zambia @51 Message from Acting High Commissioner Sikapale Henry Chinzewe
Uniting india and africa with music
Kanika Mehta takes a look at the city’s woman detectives and their evolving methods for carrying out successful investigations.
All About Money
The art of craft
Adda: Pujo edition
Mouthwatering bhog- A delicate cocktail of blending cultures
Oh! Calcutta... My Calcutta!
AN OLD CHARM IN NEW TOWN
This Durga Puja, keep pace with a fading legacy
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robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:54 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue # to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..# is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:06 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue ( to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..) is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
E OB, Ireland
23 May 2014, 09:43:57 AM
This is paid news. http://www.salon.com/2014/05/22/must_see_morning_clip_jason_jones_commissioned_a_story_about_himself_in_an_indian_newspaper/
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:45:46 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog breeder. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:44:30 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog trainer. He taught my Chihuahua / Great Dane mix to stop peeing on the drapes. Don't get me started on his dog-breeding techniques. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
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