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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 »

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 »

Beautiful Women of world

Most Beautiful Women In The World The definition of beauty seems to have taken various forms over the years. It is not something that lies just in the looks, but everything right from within till the looks that counts. Here is an article presenting to you some of the most beautiful women you have ever seen or ever felt just ... Read More »

Mahira khan ,Pakistani Actress

Pakistani actress Mahira Khan made recognition when she appeared in Pakistani TV show Humsafar. She then portrayed the role of a strong woman fighting for her rights in the movie Bol opposite Atif Aslam. But she started to make waves after she starred in Bollywood film Raees opposite Shah Rukh Khan. The actress is blessed with an ethereal beauty which she flaunts in the simplest ways. She has recently got a ... Read More »

Explosion in London Metro

A container exploded inside a packed London underground metro on Thursday causing mayhem inside the tube. According to reports, many passengers have suffered from facial burns after the explosion. The incident took place around 8:15 AM in the morning as an underground train pulled into Parsons Green Station in south West London. There was absolute panic and chaos in the ... Read More »

Bullet Train made to wheels by PM

  New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe will today jointly lay the foundation stone for the high-speed bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The train will cover a distance of over 500 km in around two hours. The project is expected to be completed by 2022. Japan has extended a soft loan for the ambitious project conceptualised by Mr Modi. The ... Read More »

Bollywood Celebrities in Guinness Book of Records

Bollywood Celebrities Who Hold Guinness Book Records – The Indian film industry is one of the largest film industry of the world that got its pretty large share of records for great films, outstanding performance and many more. Bollywood also being one largest film industry in India, has got highly talented celebrities like Amitabh Bachan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan and many others. Interesting the Bollywood Celebrities Who Hold Guinness ... Read More »

Kathy Griffin not apologizing for Donald Trump

Kathy Griffin is no longer apologizing for posing with a fake, bloody, decapitated Donald Trump head in May. While promoting her international comedy tour on Australia‘s Sunrise Show on Aug 29, she defended the controversial picture, reports the Daily Mail. Samantha Armytage, a host of the show, asked Griffin about the photo. “Even Democrats said it was out of line, I get that comedy is about pushing ... Read More »

World’s waist beauty

                  World’s waist beauty. There is no shortage of beautiful people in the world. But when it comes to models and actresses, they are more beautiful than ordinary people. Some actresses has also done plastic surgery to look more beautiful. But we are going to introduce you to such a beautiful model ... Read More »

Britain going backwards in disability issues: UN

Britain going backwards in handling of disability issues, says U.N. committee Reuters08-31 21:49View source GENEVA (Reuters) – The U.N. Committee on the rights of disabled people said on Thursday it had more concerns about Britain — due to funding cuts, restricted rights and an uncertain post-Brexit future — than any other country in its 10-year history.The committee, which reviews states’ compliance with the 2006 ... Read More »

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