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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 »

Tom Alter died

    Veteran film, television and theatre actor, Padma Shri awardee Tom Alter died at the age of 67 on late Friday night. Alter, also a director and writer, had been battling with stage four skin cancer for a while. Born in the hill station of Mussoorie, Uttarakhand in 1950, Alter was given the prestigious Padma Shri award for his services in the field ... Read More »

BSF Jawan shot dead by militants

In a shocking incident, Militants have forcibly entered the house of a BSF Jawan and dragged him out, before shooting him dead. The incident happened in Hajjan of North Kashmir. The BSF Jawan was on a vacation when some militants forced into his house at night on Wednesday. He is identified as Rameez Parrey, aged 30 and belonged to the ... Read More »

Maoist threat to Jou3Journalists and their posting

A gathering of Maoists at an undisclosed place in Chhattisgarh. Mediapersons say security forces are threatening journalists and Maoists are also killing them branding them as police informers.(PTI) An audio clip of an alleged conversation to gun down journalists covering the Maoist conflict in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar surfaced on Wednesday. The 30-second clip released by the Bijapur press club is now under scrutiny ... Read More »

ISRO explosion

(Image source from: Indiatvnews.com)   Mysterious explosion reported at ISRO: A mysterious explosion has been reported last evening at the propulsion complex of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) which is located in Tamil Nadu’s Mahendragiri. When the locals noticed smoke emerging out from the facility of Mahendragiri, the space agency has been alerted. However ISRO reported that the smoke has nothing to ... Read More »

Lima Parker

‘Shraddha tries hard to rescue the film, but the script totters so badly in the second half that any salvage seems impossible,’ says Syed Firdaus Ashraf. ‘All Muslims are not terrorists, but all those caught committing acts of terrorism are Muslims.’ ‘People suffering from Islamophobia often quote this statement to me.’ ‘And what do you do when your brother is a terrorist?’ ‘Are ... Read More »

Pakistan responded to Susharma

Stung by Sushma Swaraj’s merciless attack in the United Nations, Pakistan attempted to hit—but ended up embarrassing itself. In her efforts to portray India as the aggressor, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi displayed a picture of a girl who was supposedly a pellet gun victim from Kashmir. Only, it turned out to be one of a Palestinian girl, 17-year-old Rawya abu Jom’a who was injured in ... Read More »

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