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  • Bhukamp sticker Bihar
    Top 10 news today: ‘Bhukamp’ sticker, Black money, Ramdev, Aam Aadmi Party, Rahul Gandhi, Nepal earthquake, more

    Bihar government has ordered an inquiry into the pasting of stickers on the foreheads of persons injured in earthquake at Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) after the incident kicked up a row. In a major action against black money hoarders and money launderers, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached assets to the tune of Rs 9,003 crore and filed 173 charge sheets in the financial year 2014-15. Expelled Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav today said he has not received any official communication from the party regarding his expulsion, and still considers himself to be a part of the ‘movement’. Haryana Agriculture Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader O P Dhankar has stoked a controversy with insensitive remarks that farmers who commit suicide are “cowards” and “criminals”, drawing severe flak from the Opposition with Rahul Gandhi raking it up in Parliament today. Two teams of Indian volunteers have been sent to open ‘Langars’ to feed about 20,000 people every day in quake-ravaged Nepal. “One Langar team of 25 men with 24 metric tonnes of supplies from Haryana is being sent to Kathmandu today.

  • VITEEE 2015 Results
    VITEEE 2015 results declared, only 1 girl in top 10; check on www.vit.ac.in

    For all those waiting for the announcement of the VITEEE 2015 results, the suspense is well nigh over – almost.

  • lg g4 smartphone
    LG unveils G4; looks to stand apart from Apple iPhones, Samsung Galaxy

    Samsung boasts about metal and glass in its flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, LG has opted for handcrafted leather and human-centric features in its G4. LG unveiled its flagship G4 smartphone at launch events in New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Istanbul and Seoul.

  • For first time on Cleartrip, mobile traffic soars to 53%, beats desktop channel

    Cleartrip’s Quarterly Mobile Insight for Q4’14 reports an inflection point for the Mobile-first customers..

  • Earthquake in Bihar
    Earthquake in Bihar: In the aftermath of the destruction

    A view of collapsed houses due to earthquake in Madhubani, Bihar. Priests perform special prayers for earthquake victims at a temple in Gaya.An injured girl is treated at a hospital after the collapse of her house due to tremors in Motihari.People who were stranded in earthquake hit Nepal wait for trains at Indo-Nepal border Raxual in East Champaran.Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan meeting earthquake affected people at Indo-Nepal border Raxual in East Champaran.

  • Rahul Gandhi in Punjab: Congress VP galvanises workers

    The visit to Punjab is a precursor to the Kisan Padyatra that Gandhi will undertake next month to reach out to farmers against the backdrop of the agrarian crisis. At Sirhind Mandi, Gandhi spent about 30 minutes but did not interact with the media. Farmer Surjit quoted Gandhi as having said,”I am here to listen to the problems.” Surjit said that Gandhi assured the farmers that he was always with them and will always take care of them.

  • Rahul Gandhi takes a train to Punjab for a meet-and-greet with farmers

    Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday took his fight against the contentious land acquisition bill to Punjab as he travelled by train to the grain bowl of the NDA-ruled state and met farmers to see their condition “with my own eyes”. Dressed in a brown tee and jeans and sporting a stubble, the Congress Vice President reached Ambala in Haryana bordering Punjab this evening sitting in a general compartment of the Sachkhand express before he drove down to the local Anaj Mandi in Fategarh Sahib district. “I have been told that the situation is very bad. So I want to see it with my own eyes. “I am going to Punjab. I had also stated in my speech (in Parliament) that those who provide grains to the country, food to the country, from them their land is being snatched. This is wrong and we will counter it,” Gandhi told reporters from his window seat earlier at the New Delhi Railway station from where he boarded the train. Congress leaders Jyotiraditya Scindia and Shakeel Ahmed, who is AICC in-charge of Punjab, accompanied Gandhi.

  • Top 10 news today: Rahul Gandhi in Punjab, Narendra Modi, Shobhaa De, Nepal earthquake, Mamta Banerjee, more

    Rahul Gandhi today took his fight against the contentious land acquisition bill to Punjab as he travelled by train to the grain bowl of the NDA-ruled state and met farmers to see their condition “with my own eyes”. Dressed in a brown tee and jeans and sporting a stubble, the Congress Vice President reached Ambala in Haryana bordering Punjab this evening sitting in a general compartment of the Sachkhand express before he drove down to the local Anaj Mandi in Fategarh Sahib istrict. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hailed Jawaharlal Nehru and said the youth should take inspiration from him and imbibe his scientific temper. The Supreme Court today stayed the breach of privilege motion notice issued against author Shobhaa De by Maharashtra Assembly Speaker for her tweets on the state government’s decision to make it mandatory for multiplexes to screen Marathi movies during prime time. Imposing a complete ban on burning of waste in open including garbage, leaves, plastic and crop residues, the National Green Tribunal today said violators will be fined Rs 5,000, in yet another significant order to tackle air pollution in Delhi-NCR. After crushing defeat at the hands of ruling TMC in West Bengal civil polls, BJP today accused the Mamata Banerjee government of resorting to violence and voter intimidation to win the polls in what it described as “the most undemocratic” election.

  • earthquake
    Nepal earthquake: Jet Airways flights to Kathmandu move 800 evacuees back to India

    In the wake of the Nepal earthquake, Jet Airways has operated three flights to Kathmandu today.

  • Nepal earthquake: 5,000 dead, mass cremations across country

    An injured girl is carried by a Nepal Army personnel to a helicopter following Saturday’s earthquake in Sindhupalchowk, Nepal. Indian rescue workers carry on their work as Nepalese relatives carry the body of an earthquake victim for cremation, in Kathmandu, Nepal ,Tuesday.

  • Ola enables customer contributions towards earthquake relief in Nepal

    Ola is enabling its customers across the country to contribute towards the relief work being undertaken in the region

  • CGBSE 10th Results-2015
    CGBSE 10th Results 2015 declared on cgbse.net; Download Chhattisgarh CG Board 10th class toppers’ list

    CGBSE 10th results 2015 were declared today by the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, Raipur (CGBSE).

  • spicejet flight
    SpiceJet’s Nepal earthquake flights bring 1,100 back to Delhi; price capped at Re 8,000

    In the wake of the Nepal earthquake, SpiceJet has operated a total of six Boeing flights in the last 48 hours from Kathmandu to Delhi evacuating over 1,100 persons.

  • Apple’s Supporting cast: iMac, iPad up, Watch a mystery

    Apple’s tablet computing device, once a red-hot consumer gadget, has suffered from a steady decline in sales over the last year. Apple sold 12.6 million iPads in the latest quarter, for about $5.4 billion in revenue. That’s down from 16.3 million iPads sold in the same period a year earlier.
    Analysts say consumers are realizing tablets aren’t as useful for some tasks, and they’re also waiting longer to buy new models. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Monday that some potential iPad users are opting instead for the company’s new lightweight MacBook computers, or even the newer iPhone models that have larger screens.
    But Cook said he sees a future for the iPad in business settings, where workers can use specialized iPad apps created by IBM and other commercial software developers. ”I believe the iPad is an extremely good business over the long term,” Cook said. ”Precisely when it begins to grow again, I wouldn’t want to predict. But I strongly believe that it will.”

  • sakshi maharaj rahul gandhi kedarnath
    Top 10 news today: Rahul Gandhi, CBSE IIT JEE mains result, Sakshi Maharaj, Trai, Nepal earthquake, Narendra Modi, more

    Congress today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah alleging “motor mouth offenders” of the ruling party were trying to “communalise and politicise” a grave human tragedy after MP Sakshi Maharaj reportedly ascribed the earthquake in Nepal to Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Kedarnath temple. The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) today declared the result of Joint Entrance Examination(JEE-Main) 2015, for entrance to engineering institutions, in which over 1.52 lakh students were declared qualified to take examination for JEE(Advanced). A total of 1,52,401 candidates were declared qualified for the JEE (Advanced) that is scheduled to be held on May 24. JEE (Advanced) is conducted for admissions to the prestigious IITs in the country. Telecom regulator Trai today faced flak on the social media including Twitter for making public names and email ids of one million people who have submitted their comments on Net Neutrality.
    The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) on March 27 had floated a consultation paper on putting in place a
    regulatory framework for over-the-top (OTT) services and April 24 was the last date to submit comments.
    The Authority has received over 10 lakh petitions on the matter and as usual practise in place, Trai uploaded all the
    comments on its website. Due to huge traffic, the Trai website also went down. Yoga guru Ramdev today adopted 500 children orphaned in the earthquake-hit Nepal and said he will render all possible help to them up to fifth standard. “Yoga guru Ramdev adopted 500 orphan children in Nepal. Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust will provide immediate accommodation to them along with education, housing, food for free of cost till 5th standard,” a spokesperson of Ramdev office said. Ramdev today returned to the New Delhi and from there, he reached Haridwar, he said. Meanwhile, Ramdev’s associate Bal Krishan will stay in Kathmandu and oversee the relief works carried out by Trust, the spokesperson added.

  • spicejet offer
    Spicejet offers Rs 999 ticket: Airfare ‘cheaper than Second AC train’; airline extends offer beyond deadline

    SpiceJet today launched yet another limited time offer which has been customized strictly for passengers who travel light and is priced at Rs 999.

  • Queensland Tourism launches Great Beach Drive holiday route

    Queensland Tourism, Australia has launched the Great Beach Drive to provide over 200 Km of beach driving, capturing the dramatic coastline, scenery and wildlife along Queensland’s Sunshine and Fraser coasts

  • CBSE results 2015
    CBSE results 2015: JEE Main results declared; check on cbseresults.nic.in; 1.5 lakh pass

    CBSE results 2015 have been declared today for all the students who registered for the JEE Main, which can be checked at cbseresults.nic.in.

  • Spicejet kathmandu flights
    Nepal earthquake: SpiceJet flights to Kathmandu carry relief, bring back evacuees

    SpiceJet on Sunday operated three flights with Boeing 737-800 aircraft between New Delhi and Kathmandu.

  • indian education system
    Inter 2nd year results: Bie.telangana.gov.in declares TS Inter Second Year, 2015 results

    Telangana Board of Intermediate Education – Bie.telangana.gov.in TS inter 2nd Results 2015: TS Inter Second Year (General/Vocational ) – results declared.

  • Nepal earthquake today
    Top 5 news: Nepal earthquake death toll climbs to 2,500, Earthquake in India, AAP farmer suicide controversy, Narendra Modi, Facebook ‘safety’ check

    Fresh tremors were today felt in northern and eastern parts of India including in Delhi sparking panic even as the death toll in the country after a powerful quake struck Nepal yesterday rose to 62. As many as eight aftershocks have been felt in Bihar in the past 24 hours since a high intensity earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter Scale rocked Nepal and adjoining countries yesterday claiming over 2,000 lives, a MET official said in Patna. A strong magnitude 7.8 earthquake shook Nepal’s capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley before noon Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said. The eathquake has killed over 2,500 people, including five Indians, and left more than 6,000 others injured.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India will make all out efforts to help the people of quake-hit Nepal and wipe their tears in this hour of crisis, giving priority to saving lives of those who might be buried under the debris. The RSS has alleged that farmer Gajendra Singh’s suicide was a “drama” enacted by AAP which turned out to be a “tragedy”, and advised the party to take right lessons from the incident. Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu indicated on Sunday that the Centre may order a larger probe into farmer Gajendra Singh’s suicide after a getting the report of a preliminary Delhi Police inquiry. Social networking website Facebook, and Google’s Person Finder have helped locate the whereabouts of those stranded in quake-hit areas.

  • Arvind Kejriwal on Chetan Prakash
    Today’s top 10 news: Arvind Kejriwal, BJP, Rahul Gandhi, Aam Aadmi Party, Badrinath temple, Earthquake, more

    ‘Whistle-blower’ shot at, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal assures him security: A ‘whistle-blower’ credited with several sting operations against alleged corrupt policemen was shot and injured by bike-borne assailants here while his pet dog was killed as it tried to save him in the attack. Chetan Prakash Sharma suffered a bullet injury in his hand and is said to be out of danger. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accompanied by Delhi Home Minister Satyendra Jain and AAP MLA Somnath Bharti visited him here this morning and assured him of security and fair trial in the case. Sharma has helped the Anti Corruption Branch in identifying many alleged corrupt policemen through his sting operations in the last 10 years.

  • Narendra Modi's Conference on National Panchayati Raj
    On ‘Panchayati Raj Divas’, PM Modi calls for stopping ‘sarpanch-pati’ culture, empowering panchayat

    On Panchayati Raj Divas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for ending “sarpanch-pati” culture in panchayats, the practice of husbands of women sarpanches exercising undue influence in conducting its affairs. Recalling a political event in which someone told him that he was an SP (sarpanch-pati), Modi said, “this business of SP is going on. Law has empowered women. When law has given them the rights, they should also get an opportunity. Bring to an end this SP culture. They (women) should be given the opportunity. They should be promoted.”

  • Accor introduces golf concierge service in India

    Accor, one of the world’s leading hotel operator has announced a multi-level partnership with 4moles.com to promote the development of Golf Tourism in India

  • Infosys
    Infosys Q4 profit rises to Rs 30.97 bn: Check out the highlights

    CEO Vishal Sikka-led Infosys shares fell as much as 6 pct on Thursday in the wake of the IT behemoth unveiling its 4th quarterly results today…

  • Lava Iris alfa L smartphone
    Lava launches budget smartphone ‘Iris alfa L’ priced at Rs 8,000: All you wanted to know

    Lava Iris Alfa L: Lava today launched another affordable smartphone Iris alfa L powered with latest Android Lollipop 5.0, priced at Rs 8,000. The Lava Iris alfa L comes with a 5.5 inch qHD IPS display (960*540), with high luminosity, 16.7 million colours that gives an amazing colour output, claims the company. To make its touch smooth, the company has fitted it with G+F (Glass + Film) touch panel.

  • Asus Zenfone 2 specs
    Asus ZenFone 2 launched in 4 variants, price starts Rs 12,999; check out comparison, specs

    Asus Zenfone 2 will be available in four variants. Two variants of the Zenfone 2 ZE 551 ML model come with 4G RAM and 2GB RAM respectively and the ZE 550 ML model with 720p display and 2GB RAM.

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