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An Army helicopter on Wednesday crashed moments after taking off from an airbase, killing the two pilots and an engineer. “The incident occurred this morning. Three officers were...
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday said that he wished the burqa “was not worn” in the country while indicating his view on backing a call for a ban on the Muslim veil for women
The Chettiar doll stands bright on the Golu stand though some paint has peeled away. The doll could easily be more than 50 years old, says Ramadevi, whose family was handed the heirloom by a frien...
DMK’s Puducherry unit on Tuesday flayed the ruling All India NR Congress Government for its failure to pay wages to employees in the State-owned public sector undertakings and cooperative
AIADMK cadres yet to put it behind them  (01 October 10:47 am) 
For the third consecutive day, hundreds of AIADMK cadres and leaders continued their agitations, observing fast and conducting protests against the imprisonment of the party general secretary Jaya...
Rain gladdens hearts in Ooty  (01 October 10:47 am) 
Unexpected heavy rain which has been lashing some parts of The Nilgiris like Coonoor, Kotagiri and their surroundings for the past few days, has brought cheer to the residents, particularly members...
Wall was weakened because of heavy rain on Monday night
Heeding the clarion call from the Prime Minister on the ‘Swachh Bharat Mission,’ a mass movement to create a clean India, many organisations and individuals in Puducherry have decided to take
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday said that he wished the burqa “was not worn” in the country while indicating his view on backing a call for a ban on the Muslim veil for women
Leading health experts have called for policy changes in several sectors ranging from food to transport in order to combat risk factors of heart disease in India.Wrong policies add to probl...
Nine minor children were rescued from four shops dealing in repair and spare parts of auto-rickshaws at Kotla village in East Delhi on Tuesday. All the children were employed as helpers by...
PIL on placement agencies disposed of  (01 October 10:47 am) 
Petition claimed that many of these agencies were involved in child trafficking
Fall in love with what you do: Nadella  (01 October 10:47 am) 
“Live every day as if it is your last day, but learn as if you are going to live forever.” This quote by Mahatma Gandhi is what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella chose to inspire thousands of
Towards more French colours of Puducherry  (01 October 10:47 am) 
A delegation from the French Consulate, Delhi, made a courtesy call on Chief Minister N. Rangasamy at his chamber here on Tuesday. The delegation led by Francois Vandeville, Co-operation Co...
Smriti focuses on digital India campaign  (01 October 10:47 am) 
Central Universities, IITs, IIMs to have scholarship programmes
Trishuls, sawstikas used on decorative pieces installed for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
In order to motivate people to join the Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan, power discom BSES is sending bulk messages to its consumers, appealing to them to participate in the cleanliness campaign. “...
Cleaning of bus stands around metro stations such as the one near the Kashmere Gate metro station will also be taken up as part of the Delhi Metro’s cleanliness drive that will kick off on
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed Internet service providers to block access to about 90 websites showing Hindi movie Bang Bang starring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, which is yet...
Only three monkey catchers in North Delhi  (01 October 10:47 am) 
For the thousands of monkeys in North Delhi, the local civic body only has three people employed to catch them. The North Delhi Municipal Corporation currently pays contract monk...
Two held for kidnap bid in Delhi  (01 October 10:47 am) 
Two persons have been booked in connection with the kidnapping and molestation of a woman whom they allegedly manhandled outside the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on Monday...
Chinese ship capsizes near Japan  (01 October 10:47 am) 
A Chinese ship has capsized near Japan, the Chinese consulate general said in Osaka on Wednesday.Official said five crew members of the ship LURONGYU2859 were rescued, while some nine were...
Two persons recently arrested in connection with the leak of examination paper for the recruitment of constables into Delhi Police have purportedly revealed that the papers made their way out dir...
A day after a woman student attempted self-immolation at Gurgaon over “poor” marks, the police have registered a case against the teaching staff for abetment to suicide and criminal conspiracy
‘Go ahead only if reflective strips are placed over them’