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Air Asia India brought under CBI scanner

Tony Fernandes

29.05.2018: Satya Prakash Pati:OBB: Air Asia India brought under CBI scanner. One Malaysian company named as  owned by has had his dreams to introduce low cost airlines with international approach but to to start with he chose to start from India under his implied close relationship with some lobby-based personalities and he on his contact brought Tata sons Ltd being a ... Read More »

Enterprenurship Skill :Dharmendra Pradhan

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi in a group photograph with the Oil and Gas CEOs and Experts from across the world, in New Delhi on October 09, 2017. The Union Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan is also seen. Read More »

Police officers taken suspend for dancing with Radhe Maa

New Delhi: Two Delhi Police officers were on Thursday suspended after a video showed self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa dancing with some police officials in uniform and seated on the chair of a SHO in a police station. Sanjay Sharma, Station House Officer (SHO) of Vivek Vihar police station, and Braj Bhushan, Assistant Sub-Inspector of GTB Enclave police station, have been suspended, Deputy Commissioner ... Read More »

Pakistan killed one Indian boy & girl in LoC

J&K were to play three Ranji matches at home against Gujarat from October 4, against Kerala from November 1 and against Haryana from November 17. Besides half a dozen age group matches have also been shifted. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has shifted all J&K Ranji trophy and other age groups matches out of State after J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) expressed ... Read More »

J&K Cricket Association expressed inability to host its match

J&K were to play three Ranji matches at home against Gujarat from October 4, against Kerala from November 1 and against Haryana from November 17. Besides half a dozen age group matches have also been shifted. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has shifted all J&K Ranji trophy and other age groups matches out of State after J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) expressed ... Read More »

Bollywood Actresses seen with brother in laws

When it comes to acting, a dedicated actor gets into any skin if required. Bollywood also has instances where real life relations were differently portrayed than the reel-life relations. For instance first cousins playing lovers and so on. This is quite common in Bollywood, so here we bring you a list of 5 Bollywood celebs who romanced their real-life sister-in-law on screen. ... Read More »

Indian Women Bodybuilder:Europa Bhowmik

Europa Bhowmik is a cute muscular lady. She is an Indian woman bodybuilder. She became the youngest Indian woman bodybuilder to win a medal at the age of 17 years, when she won a bronze medal in Mr and Miss India . She might have her own role model and inspirer, but she has already become a role model and inspirer to many young women. ... Read More »

Idol theft racket busted

Salepur: Cuttack Rural Police on Thursday busted a major idol smuggling racket and recovered an ancient Buddha idol, which was stolen from Fakirpatna village under Nischintakoili police limits on July 7 earlier this year, from Mathura area of Uttar Pradesh. “We have traced an inter-state racket involved in smuggling of antique idols from various parts of the state during our investigation in to the ... Read More »

AAP looses one of its popular leader in Punjab

AAP Punjab chief Bhagwant Mann said some leaders leaving the party will not impact the AAP candidate’s prospects in the Gurdaspur bypoll.(HT File Photo) In yet another jolt to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ahead of the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha bypoll, its leader Joginder Chinna on Sunday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), accusing AAP’s Punjab unit chief Bhagwant Mann of converting the party into a “private company”. Chinna had contested the Punjab ... Read More »

Ambala Air Base ready for Rafale Jets

Marshal of the IAF Arjan Singh, who passed away two weeks ago, was the first commander of the Ambala base in independent India. Rafale jets Ambala: The Indian Air Force has initiated major infrastructure upgrade at its frontline base here for deployment of the first squadron of the Rafale jets which will give India greater “potency” over Pakistan as these will be capable of carrying nuclear weapons and other ... Read More »

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