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Security beefed up in schools after Peshawar terror attack
After receiving a five-point advisory from the Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday evening, Delhi Police have deployed Quick Response Teams (QRTs) outside selected schools in Delhi, police said on Wednesday.
SpiceJet passengers waited 2 hrs inside aircraft for take-off
Hazrat Nizamuddin organises special prayers for Peshawar attack victims
South MCD buys 5,000 dustbins to implement Swachh Bharat Mission
HC seeks govt reply over cancellation of liquor shop license
Jung asks civic body to address canine menace at GTB hospital
House-keeping manager of realty firm murdered
AAP workers beaten up by unidentified men in W Delhi
Bomb threats at Metro station, Gurgaon markets a hoax
App-based cab booking service will return to city
As Pak mourns, security tightened across India
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued advisories to most states to stay alert after specific intelligence inputs poured in of similar possible attacks in India.
Irani sets Jan 6 to discuss higher education reforms
Guj hamlet overtakes Kerala with Rs 1K cr in NRI deposits
Death for hijackers: Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha
Badaun girls autopsy botch-up: CBI to write to MHA for upgradation of post mortem facilities
Rahul Gandhi ‘awaits achhe din’
Will keep up attack on govt in Parl: Mamata
Haryana farmers protest paucity of urea fertilisers
Conversion row: Precautionary measures in Aligarh
Marines issue: Italy may recall envoy
Still fighting the caste menace
‘Merit’ means little in a hierarchy-obsessed India, says a recent household survey.
Puja Bhattacharjee & Sanskrita Bharadwaj
Reclaim the night, reclaim the day
Mired in many controversies
Centre tied to RSS’ apron strings
Delhi advocates battle for small changes
How not to disinvest
Government desperate for a rate cut
President’s prime dilemma
Constitutional revolution in Nepal
Has the script gone out of hand?
Pak lifts moratorium on death penalty after attack
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lifted the moratorium citing that the country wants to root out terror.
Church of England breaks tradition, appoints first woman bishop
‘Tough new national security laws, bail rules failed hostages’
US President Barack Obama signs $1.1 tn spending bill
NASA detects organic matter on Mars
Boston suspect to make first appearance in 17 months
Putin holds late-night talks on Ukraine with European leaders
Senate objections kills us terrorism insurance bill
Nearly 200 dead as Syria bases lost to Al-Qaeda: Monitor
Iraq’s Kurdistan to deepen ties with Iran
MMDR Bill will be tabled in this session of House: Tomar
The much-awaited Bill for allocation of minerals through auction route will be tabled in the ongoing session of Parliament.
Asia set to be world’s top e-commerce market in 2015: EIU
ONGC Videsh wants Venezuela to clear its dues from RIL payments
LS okays Bill to drop ‘provisions oppressive to’ corporate giants
‘We need fit bowlers and quick wickets on Thursday’
Modi Govt’s pro-biz policies lift Asian biz index: Thomson Reuters survey
SC agrees to hear Sahara’s appeals filed against Sebi
Is PNG ‘security deposit’ charged by Adani from households legal, HC asks PNGRB
Coal India, SCCL plan 5-day strike against denationalisation plot
ONGC awards French Technip €100-mn AP terminal contract
Playing one at a time!
Head over to witness the four classic plays of Pierrot’s Troupe to be staged at different venues in the Capital.
Bold colours of faith
Of soul and serenity
Lodestar of Indian dance
Tourism then and now
Of classic symphony
Dancing the art
Musings of a quiet artist
With love, from China
Vijay’s stylish century gives Ind rousing start
Murali Vijay's stylish 144 helped India amass 311 for four by stumps on day one of the second Test against Australia at the Gabba.
Oz attack holds no terrors for Murali
Sarita Devi banned for a year by AIBA
Atletico shoot out breaks Goan hearts
Last-gasp blast sees Kerala through
Goa ready for Atletico Kolkata’s challenge
Barkley stunner helps Everton down QPR
Ronaldo leads Madrid’s campaign in Club WC
FIFA turn down Garcia’s appeal
France great Henry hangs his boots
PK best film with best performance by Aamir: Sachin Tendulkar
Bollywood’s perfectionist portrays the character of an astronaut and speaks Bhojpuri in the upcoming movie.
Ash dons different avatar for Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Bollywood mourns for Peshawar attack victims
Shraddha to spend New Year in Las Vegas with ABCD 2 team
Britney Spears sparks photoshop debate
Robert Pattinson, FKA Twigs in a live-in?
Beyonce Google’s most-searched female celebrity
Madonna furious over photo leak
Diaz engagement rumours refuse to die down
Cyrus Sahukar spreads cheer in NGOs, hospital
Will we handle or do we crumble?
As Ebola reached Delhi, Africa Rising takes a close look at the hard facts of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. ‘For any infective disease, the basic reproduction rate is the number of new cases produced by a single case in a susceptible population. If the figure is less than 1 the infection will die out. If greater than 1 an epidemic can result. With Ebola the rate is just above 1.5 which means that every two cases produces three more.
Ebola waned, but so did human bonds
The African vulture collapse: What Asia needs to understand?
Who rallied the West to west African crisis?
Ethiopia - Land of Contrasts
Ebola as Ebola vs Ebola as myth
Uncovering the missing link
Hell’s gate national park: A future industrial estate
Amahoro: A generation spreads itS wings to negate Rwandan genocide
Revisiting Hotel Rwanda
The city is at its most beautiful during Christmas – it’s chilly and cold and there is a refreshing hope in the air. The twinkling, high-voltage lights cast a fantasy-like ambience and this time of the year it is overwhelming to see the blitz of Christmas take on the streets of Delhi year after year. Kaushikibrata Banerjee writes how in the rat race to become a smart city, Delhi has failed to spare a thought for its differently-abled citizens.
Wherein lies salvation
Make in India
As divine as dark
Living beyond 1984
The time traveller
Unmaking of a lamp
The retreat to Krishna
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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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