Shailaja Neelakantan

'Shailaja Neelakantan' - 77 News Result(s)

  • In Ahmedabad, Taking the 'Selfie' to the Next Level
    Ahmedabad News | Written by Rohit Bhan, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Sunday May 17, 2015
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's selfies are all the rage in China. He would be pleased to note that in his home state Gujarat, a course on selfie-taking is on offer.
  • Mumbai Housewife Files Obscenity Case Against Actress Sunny Leone
    India News | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan (With Agencies) | Saturday May 16, 2015
    Bollywood actress Sunny Leone faces an obscenity case filed by a Mumbai housewife, who has alleged that she found obscene, pornographic material on her website while surfing the Internet.
  • This Teen Won Rs 2 Crore Scholarship. Now, If Only RK Would Call
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 14, 2015
    For most 17-year-olds, the Class 12 board exams -- the make-or-break tests -- are a stressful experience. For aspiring astronaut Bhavi Jagatia, that stressful period has become one she will remember fondly. That's when the teen from Mumbai won the whopping Rs 2 crore scholarship that will fund her Cornell University tuition and stay, while she earn...
  • Kerala Athletes Were Not Harassed by Their Seniors, Says Sports Body
    India News | Reported by Sneha Koshy, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 14, 2015
    The four young Kerala athletes who consumed poisonous fruit last week in an apparent suicide pact were not harassed by their seniors as they had alleged in a suicide note, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has said in its report to the government.
  • More Lions, More Problems in Gujarat's Gir Wildlife Sanctuary
    India News | Written by Rohit Bhan, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday May 13, 2015
    The good news is that there are now 112 more Asiatic lions in Gujarat than there were in 2010. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi's thrilled. "News that made me very happy- 27% increase in Asiatic lions. Kudos to locals, officials & wildlife lovers whose efforts led to this," Mr Modi tweeted.The not-so-good news, at least for humans, is that 93 of t...
  • Hotels, Hospitals, Malls In and Around Delhi Fined Heavily by Green Tribunal
    Delhi News | Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Monday May 11, 2015
    Fed up of being ignored, the National Green Tribunal today fined 11 commercial institutions in and around Delhi, between Rs 3 and Rs 7.5 lakhs each, for not complying with its directions on installing proper rainwater harvesting systems.
  • Need Fuel? Emission Certificate Please
    Bangalore News | Written by Maya Sharma | Tuesday May 19, 2015
    Karnataka's Pollution Control Board is looking at the option of denying Bengaluru's drivers fuel if their vehicles don't have up-to-date emission certificates.
  • 2 Former Karnataka Chief Ministers Booked for Alleged Land Scam
    Karnataka News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 7, 2015
    Police complaints have been filed against two former Karnataka chief ministers, BS Yeddyurappa and HD Kumaraswamy, over an illegal land deal in Bengaluru.
  • In Fight for Help, These Farmers Have Been on a 'Water Protest' for 25 Days
    India News | Reported by Siddharth Ranjan Das, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Tuesday May 5, 2015
    Twenty protestors, from Gholgagon village along the Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh, have been standing in waist-deep water for the last 25 days. The soles of their feet are completely stripped of skin and are infected with fungal sores.
  • In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests
    India News | Written by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday April 30, 2015
    As 30 caparisoned elephants gracefully made their way down a festive Thrissur street in Kerala yesterday, few could doubt the stunning beauty of the parade that has come under a cloud lately for its use of captive elephants.
  • In Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur, Farmers Say Lack of Crop Insurance for Cotton Led To One Suicide
    India News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Friday May 1, 2015
    Days after a cotton farmer in Tamil Nadu killed himself, allegedly because last Friday's unseasonal rains destroyed his entire crop, the farmer's father says his son wouldn't have taken such an extreme step if the state government had insured his cotton crop instead of refusing to do so.
  • Rajasthan Government Says Not All Farmer Suicides are Due to Crop Loss; Opposition Disagrees
    India News | Written by Harsha Kumari Singh, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 29, 2015
    Even as concerns rise about whether Rajasthan, that never reported suicides by farmers despite four years of drought, is turning into a state of farmer suicides, the state government is in damage control mode saying that the agricultural crisis isn't necessarily responsible for 11 farmers killing themselves in the last 45 days.
  • Now, Rs 5,000 Fine for Burning Trash in Public Spaces in Capital Region
    India News | Reported by Tanima Biswas, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 29, 2015
    The National Green Tribunal today issued an order stating that anyone burning garbage, leaves, plastic, rubber or any other polluting material, in public spaces in Delhi and its suburbs, will be fined Rs 5000.
  • Mumbai Teenager Dives Into Water Tank to Save 10-Year-Old Girl from Drowning
    Mumbai News | Written by Nikita Niraj Arora, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Tuesday April 28, 2015
    It was like something out of a Bollywood movie, and, fittingly, it happened in the heart of Mumbai. Last Saturday, a 14-year-old boy dove into the Banganga Tank in Malabar Hill and saved a 10-year-old girl from drowning at 25 feet under water. It took the boy, Mohit Dalvi, two unsuccessful attempts to finally bring the girl to the surface. And it w...
  • Nepalese in Bengaluru Feel Their Country's Pain
    India News | Written by Maya Sharma, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Monday April 27, 2015
    Thousands of Nepalese nationals work in India as they are not able to find jobs back home. Bengaluru, too, is temporary home to many Nepalese who work in this southern city, many as security guards.

'Shailaja Neelakantan' - 77 News Result(s)

  • In Ahmedabad, Taking the 'Selfie' to the Next Level
    Ahmedabad News | Written by Rohit Bhan, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Sunday May 17, 2015
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's selfies are all the rage in China. He would be pleased to note that in his home state Gujarat, a course on selfie-taking is on offer.
  • Mumbai Housewife Files Obscenity Case Against Actress Sunny Leone
    India News | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan (With Agencies) | Saturday May 16, 2015
    Bollywood actress Sunny Leone faces an obscenity case filed by a Mumbai housewife, who has alleged that she found obscene, pornographic material on her website while surfing the Internet.
  • This Teen Won Rs 2 Crore Scholarship. Now, If Only RK Would Call
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 14, 2015
    For most 17-year-olds, the Class 12 board exams -- the make-or-break tests -- are a stressful experience. For aspiring astronaut Bhavi Jagatia, that stressful period has become one she will remember fondly. That's when the teen from Mumbai won the whopping Rs 2 crore scholarship that will fund her Cornell University tuition and stay, while she earn...
  • Kerala Athletes Were Not Harassed by Their Seniors, Says Sports Body
    India News | Reported by Sneha Koshy, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 14, 2015
    The four young Kerala athletes who consumed poisonous fruit last week in an apparent suicide pact were not harassed by their seniors as they had alleged in a suicide note, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has said in its report to the government.
  • More Lions, More Problems in Gujarat's Gir Wildlife Sanctuary
    India News | Written by Rohit Bhan, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday May 13, 2015
    The good news is that there are now 112 more Asiatic lions in Gujarat than there were in 2010. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi's thrilled. "News that made me very happy- 27% increase in Asiatic lions. Kudos to locals, officials & wildlife lovers whose efforts led to this," Mr Modi tweeted.The not-so-good news, at least for humans, is that 93 of t...
  • Hotels, Hospitals, Malls In and Around Delhi Fined Heavily by Green Tribunal
    Delhi News | Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Monday May 11, 2015
    Fed up of being ignored, the National Green Tribunal today fined 11 commercial institutions in and around Delhi, between Rs 3 and Rs 7.5 lakhs each, for not complying with its directions on installing proper rainwater harvesting systems.
  • Need Fuel? Emission Certificate Please
    Bangalore News | Written by Maya Sharma | Tuesday May 19, 2015
    Karnataka's Pollution Control Board is looking at the option of denying Bengaluru's drivers fuel if their vehicles don't have up-to-date emission certificates.
  • 2 Former Karnataka Chief Ministers Booked for Alleged Land Scam
    Karnataka News | Reported by Maya Sharma, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 7, 2015
    Police complaints have been filed against two former Karnataka chief ministers, BS Yeddyurappa and HD Kumaraswamy, over an illegal land deal in Bengaluru.
  • In Fight for Help, These Farmers Have Been on a 'Water Protest' for 25 Days
    India News | Reported by Siddharth Ranjan Das, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Tuesday May 5, 2015
    Twenty protestors, from Gholgagon village along the Narmada river in Madhya Pradesh, have been standing in waist-deep water for the last 25 days. The soles of their feet are completely stripped of skin and are infected with fungal sores.
  • In Kerala, an Elephant Parade Amid Protests
    India News | Written by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday April 30, 2015
    As 30 caparisoned elephants gracefully made their way down a festive Thrissur street in Kerala yesterday, few could doubt the stunning beauty of the parade that has come under a cloud lately for its use of captive elephants.
  • In Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur, Farmers Say Lack of Crop Insurance for Cotton Led To One Suicide
    India News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Friday May 1, 2015
    Days after a cotton farmer in Tamil Nadu killed himself, allegedly because last Friday's unseasonal rains destroyed his entire crop, the farmer's father says his son wouldn't have taken such an extreme step if the state government had insured his cotton crop instead of refusing to do so.
  • Rajasthan Government Says Not All Farmer Suicides are Due to Crop Loss; Opposition Disagrees
    India News | Written by Harsha Kumari Singh, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 29, 2015
    Even as concerns rise about whether Rajasthan, that never reported suicides by farmers despite four years of drought, is turning into a state of farmer suicides, the state government is in damage control mode saying that the agricultural crisis isn't necessarily responsible for 11 farmers killing themselves in the last 45 days.
  • Now, Rs 5,000 Fine for Burning Trash in Public Spaces in Capital Region
    India News | Reported by Tanima Biswas, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday April 29, 2015
    The National Green Tribunal today issued an order stating that anyone burning garbage, leaves, plastic, rubber or any other polluting material, in public spaces in Delhi and its suburbs, will be fined Rs 5000.
  • Mumbai Teenager Dives Into Water Tank to Save 10-Year-Old Girl from Drowning
    Mumbai News | Written by Nikita Niraj Arora, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Tuesday April 28, 2015
    It was like something out of a Bollywood movie, and, fittingly, it happened in the heart of Mumbai. Last Saturday, a 14-year-old boy dove into the Banganga Tank in Malabar Hill and saved a 10-year-old girl from drowning at 25 feet under water. It took the boy, Mohit Dalvi, two unsuccessful attempts to finally bring the girl to the surface. And it w...
  • Nepalese in Bengaluru Feel Their Country's Pain
    India News | Written by Maya Sharma, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Monday April 27, 2015
    Thousands of Nepalese nationals work in India as they are not able to find jobs back home. Bengaluru, too, is temporary home to many Nepalese who work in this southern city, many as security guards.
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