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  • Biker Sarah Kashyap Dreams Of Making It To The Dakar Rally

    Biker Sarah Kashyap Dreams Of Making It To The Dakar Rally

    Sarah Kashyap is the only Indian woman to finish the Raid de Himalaya.

  • Delhi Chief Secretary Alleges Assault At Arvind Kejriwal's Home By 2 MLAs: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Secretary Alleges Assault At Arvind Kejriwal's Home By 2 MLAs: 10 Points

    Security footage of Delhi's top bureaucrat leaving Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's home late last night has become pivotal to a new, unprecedented confrontation in the capital. Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash has alleged that he was assaulted by two Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmakers in presence of the chief minister after being called for a meeting at...

  • Justin Trudeau, With Family In Tow, Visits Taj Mahal

    Justin Trudeau, With Family In Tow, Visits Taj Mahal

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began his first full day of his week-long visit to India by taking a tour of the iconic Taj Mahal followed by a trip to an elephant conservation center in Mathura's Churmura. Accompanied by with wife and three children, the Trudeaus spent over an hour at the Taj Mahal on a rather hot Sunday afternoon.

  • In Justin Trudeau's Delhi Touchdown, All The Camera Love Goes To This Guy

    In Justin Trudeau's Delhi Touchdown, All The Camera Love Goes To This Guy

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on Saturday evening, landed at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport to kick-start his week-long visit to India.

  • 'Every Child In India Is Born Politician': PM Modi On 'Pariksha Par Charcha'

    'Every Child In India Is Born Politician': PM Modi On 'Pariksha Par Charcha'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi had wooed voters in 2014 with his Chai Par Charcha campaign. And now he has shifted his gaze to students who are about to sit for their annual examination. As part of his Pariksha Par Charcha, an extension of his pet charcha theme, PM Modi will interact with lakhs students from across the country.

  • South African President Zuma Recalled But No Timeline Given

    South African President Zuma Recalled But No Timeline Given

    The African National Congress (ANC) has made a decision to recall South African President, Jacob Zuma. Asked what would happen now that the party had decided to recall Zuma, Magashule the party's General Secretary said, 'I don't know what will happen but let's leave that to President Jacob Zuma.'

  • In "Larger Public Interest", Stent Prices Further Cut By Over 6%

    In "Larger Public Interest", Stent Prices Further Cut By Over 6%

    Shashank Kapoor, 32, is overjoyed. Last month, his father suffered a cardiac arrest and needed two stents. The five-day stay at a private hospital set the counsellor back by over Rs 1 lakh, one-third of which was just the price of the two stents.

  • Man Masturbates In Delhi Bus, No One Reacts, Student Posts Video

    Man Masturbates In Delhi Bus, No One Reacts, Student Posts Video

    Sexual harassment that thousands of women face in public places has been captured in its most graphic and disgusting form by a Delhi University student who filmed a man masturbating right next to her on a crowded bus. Adding layers to the woman's disturbing experience, the police allegedly made her wait for six to seven hours to record her complain...

  • Start-Up Wins $25,000 For Innovative Way To Help The Hearing-Impaired

    Start-Up Wins $25,000 For Innovative Way To Help The Hearing-Impaired

    Team Bleetech, a group of students from Mumbai, have developed an innovative solution for the hearing-impaired. With this technology, people with hearing impairment can ask questions in sign language using their phones and receive responses.

  • PM Modi Likely To Announce Super-Specialty Hospital In Palestine Today

    PM Modi Likely To Announce Super-Specialty Hospital In Palestine Today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a four-day visit to Palestine, the UAE, and Oman, is likely to announce the set-up of a super-speciality hospital in Palestine's capital Ramallah today. He will also hold discussions with President Mahmoud Abbas and reaffirm India's support for the Palestinian people and the development of the state.

  • India's Health Check-Up: Kerala On Top, UP Makes Short-Term Gains

    India's Health Check-Up: Kerala On Top, UP Makes Short-Term Gains

    Kerala tops the list when it comes to overall performance in the health sector and Uttar Pradesh is at the bottom but has made some annual incremental gains. These are some of the findings of the first-of-its-kind study done by the central government, the report of which was released today.

  • 'Pariksha Pe Charcha': PM Modi To Interact With Students Next Friday

    '<i>Pariksha Pe Charcha</i>': PM Modi To Interact With Students Next Friday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has authored a how-to guide on handling exam stress, will interact with students on February 16, says a letter sent to schools across the country.

  • Centre's Ambitious Health Cover Gets Rs 2,000 Crore: Key Things to Know

    Centre's Ambitious Health Cover Gets Rs 2,000 Crore: Key Things to Know

    While critics have questioned its implementation, experts welcomed India's attempt towards universal health coverage.

  • In New Book, PM Modi Tells Students Why They Should Not Fear Exams

    In New Book, PM Modi Tells Students Why They Should Not Fear Exams

    The thought of examinations usually leave students under stress. Not only students, but the preassure for good marks also takes a toll on parents and teachers. In order to help them cope with the phase, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered '25 mantras' to the students as he urged them to treat examinations as a festival and celebrate it...

  • Startups Hope Budget 2018 Would Raise Period Of Tax Exemption

    Startups Hope Budget 2018 Would Raise Period Of Tax Exemption

    "We are competing with brands that get funds at an interest rate of 2-3% but here in India we get that at 13% and that too not all that easily," said Akash Nangia, Founder, TechJockey.

'Snigdha Basu' - 204 Video Result(s)

'Snigdha Basu' - 248 News Result(s)

  • Biker Sarah Kashyap Dreams Of Making It To The Dakar Rally

    Biker Sarah Kashyap Dreams Of Making It To The Dakar Rally

    Sarah Kashyap is the only Indian woman to finish the Raid de Himalaya.

  • Delhi Chief Secretary Alleges Assault At Arvind Kejriwal's Home By 2 MLAs: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Secretary Alleges Assault At Arvind Kejriwal's Home By 2 MLAs: 10 Points

    Security footage of Delhi's top bureaucrat leaving Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's home late last night has become pivotal to a new, unprecedented confrontation in the capital. Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash has alleged that he was assaulted by two Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) lawmakers in presence of the chief minister after being called for a meeting at...

  • Justin Trudeau, With Family In Tow, Visits Taj Mahal

    Justin Trudeau, With Family In Tow, Visits Taj Mahal

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began his first full day of his week-long visit to India by taking a tour of the iconic Taj Mahal followed by a trip to an elephant conservation center in Mathura's Churmura. Accompanied by with wife and three children, the Trudeaus spent over an hour at the Taj Mahal on a rather hot Sunday afternoon.

  • In Justin Trudeau's Delhi Touchdown, All The Camera Love Goes To This Guy

    In Justin Trudeau's Delhi Touchdown, All The Camera Love Goes To This Guy

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on Saturday evening, landed at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport to kick-start his week-long visit to India.

  • 'Every Child In India Is Born Politician': PM Modi On 'Pariksha Par Charcha'

    'Every Child In India Is Born Politician': PM Modi On 'Pariksha Par Charcha'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi had wooed voters in 2014 with his Chai Par Charcha campaign. And now he has shifted his gaze to students who are about to sit for their annual examination. As part of his Pariksha Par Charcha, an extension of his pet charcha theme, PM Modi will interact with lakhs students from across the country.

  • South African President Zuma Recalled But No Timeline Given

    South African President Zuma Recalled But No Timeline Given

    The African National Congress (ANC) has made a decision to recall South African President, Jacob Zuma. Asked what would happen now that the party had decided to recall Zuma, Magashule the party's General Secretary said, 'I don't know what will happen but let's leave that to President Jacob Zuma.'

  • In "Larger Public Interest", Stent Prices Further Cut By Over 6%

    In "Larger Public Interest", Stent Prices Further Cut By Over 6%

    Shashank Kapoor, 32, is overjoyed. Last month, his father suffered a cardiac arrest and needed two stents. The five-day stay at a private hospital set the counsellor back by over Rs 1 lakh, one-third of which was just the price of the two stents.

  • Man Masturbates In Delhi Bus, No One Reacts, Student Posts Video

    Man Masturbates In Delhi Bus, No One Reacts, Student Posts Video

    Sexual harassment that thousands of women face in public places has been captured in its most graphic and disgusting form by a Delhi University student who filmed a man masturbating right next to her on a crowded bus. Adding layers to the woman's disturbing experience, the police allegedly made her wait for six to seven hours to record her complain...

  • Start-Up Wins $25,000 For Innovative Way To Help The Hearing-Impaired

    Start-Up Wins $25,000 For Innovative Way To Help The Hearing-Impaired

    Team Bleetech, a group of students from Mumbai, have developed an innovative solution for the hearing-impaired. With this technology, people with hearing impairment can ask questions in sign language using their phones and receive responses.

  • PM Modi Likely To Announce Super-Specialty Hospital In Palestine Today

    PM Modi Likely To Announce Super-Specialty Hospital In Palestine Today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a four-day visit to Palestine, the UAE, and Oman, is likely to announce the set-up of a super-speciality hospital in Palestine's capital Ramallah today. He will also hold discussions with President Mahmoud Abbas and reaffirm India's support for the Palestinian people and the development of the state.

  • India's Health Check-Up: Kerala On Top, UP Makes Short-Term Gains

    India's Health Check-Up: Kerala On Top, UP Makes Short-Term Gains

    Kerala tops the list when it comes to overall performance in the health sector and Uttar Pradesh is at the bottom but has made some annual incremental gains. These are some of the findings of the first-of-its-kind study done by the central government, the report of which was released today.

  • 'Pariksha Pe Charcha': PM Modi To Interact With Students Next Friday

    '<i>Pariksha Pe Charcha</i>': PM Modi To Interact With Students Next Friday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has authored a how-to guide on handling exam stress, will interact with students on February 16, says a letter sent to schools across the country.

  • Centre's Ambitious Health Cover Gets Rs 2,000 Crore: Key Things to Know

    Centre's Ambitious Health Cover Gets Rs 2,000 Crore: Key Things to Know

    While critics have questioned its implementation, experts welcomed India's attempt towards universal health coverage.

  • In New Book, PM Modi Tells Students Why They Should Not Fear Exams

    In New Book, PM Modi Tells Students Why They Should Not Fear Exams

    The thought of examinations usually leave students under stress. Not only students, but the preassure for good marks also takes a toll on parents and teachers. In order to help them cope with the phase, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered '25 mantras' to the students as he urged them to treat examinations as a festival and celebrate it...

  • Startups Hope Budget 2018 Would Raise Period Of Tax Exemption

    Startups Hope Budget 2018 Would Raise Period Of Tax Exemption

    "We are competing with brands that get funds at an interest rate of 2-3% but here in India we get that at 13% and that too not all that easily," said Akash Nangia, Founder, TechJockey.

  • I Slowed Down To A Crawl But Kept Driving: School Bus Driver

    I Slowed Down To A Crawl But Kept Driving: School Bus Driver

    Trapped with a busload of children, Parvesh Kumar, the driver of the school bus attacked by a stone-throwing mob in Gurgaon on Wednesday, told himself - don't stop. He looked at the attackers and gestured with his hands that he had little children in the bus.

  • "Driver Kept Moving Or Worse Could Have Happened": Gurgaon Bus Conductor

    "Driver Kept Moving Or Worse Could Have Happened": Gurgaon Bus Conductor

    Some little children on the school bus that was attacked by a mob in Gurgaon yesterday were hurt when they had to crouch on a floor littered with broken glass, a bus employee said today.

  • On Delhi Fire, BJP Leader's Remark Goes Viral, She Calls It "Fake Video"

    On Delhi Fire, BJP Leader's Remark Goes Viral, She Calls It "Fake Video"

    Seventeen people including 10 women were killed in a massive fire at a firecracker warehouse in north Delhi's Bawana industrial area.

  • "Padmaavat" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    "<i>Padmaavat</i>" Row: Senior Lawyer Harish Salve Gets Threats

    Harish Salve, the senior lawyer who represented the producers of "Padmaavat" in the Supreme Court, has received threats over the phone, his office said today.

  • PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    PM Modi Hosts Private Dinner For "Friend" Benjamin Netanyahu: 10 Points

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who broke protocol to receive his "friend" Benjamin Netanyahu at the airport in Delhi on Sunday, ended the day by hosting a private dinner for him. Mr Netanyahu, the first Israeli Prime Minister to visit India in more than a decade, had landed in Delhi with wife Sara Netanyahu and a 130-member business delegation. Mr N...

  • Chief Minister Assures No Harassment But Meat Supply Shortchanged In Goa

    Chief Minister Assures No Harassment But Meat Supply Shortchanged In Goa

    It is 6 am at Keri, the border town of Karnataka-Goa, a place where meat traders claim they were harassed while transporting bovine from Belgaun in Karnataka to Goa. On the intermittent night of December 24, 2017, Bhim Rao along with his driver was transporting buffalo meat in a truck. Merely 10 kilometres out of Panaji, two men and two women dress...

  • In Rare Surgery, Doctors Fix Delhi Man's Ruptured Heart

    In Rare Surgery, Doctors Fix Delhi Man's Ruptured Heart

    In a very rare and difficult surgery, doctors repaired a ruptured heart - a fatal complication that rarely occurs in 2 per cent of cardiac arrest patients. 55-year-old Vinod Kumar, an accountant fainted while at work on Christmas December 25, 2017. He was rushed to Apollo Hospital where the doctors in the Emergency Unit resuscitated him and immedia...

  • Hospital Operations Affected As Doctors Go On Nationwide Strike Over New Bill

    Hospital Operations Affected As Doctors Go On Nationwide Strike Over New Bill

    The outpatient department (OPD) services at private hospitals across the country have remained affected today after the Indian Medical Association (IMA) called for a 12-hour shutdown to protest what it describes as the "anti-people and anti-patient" National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill, 2017, that seeks to replace the Medical Council of India (MC...

  • Delhi Begins New Year With 'Hazardous' Levels of Pollution

    Delhi Begins New Year With 'Hazardous' Levels of Pollution

    The first day of New Year was not very happy for Delhi as air pollution levels showed a sharp rise. The levels of lethal particulate matter hovered around the danger mark. If they rise further and stay there for four days, emergency pollution control measures like odd-even road rationing scheme and ban on construction activities will have to be bro...

  • No 'Non-Veg Food' Display, Delhi Eateries Told By BJP-Ruled Civic Body

    No 'Non-Veg Food' Display, Delhi Eateries Told By BJP-Ruled Civic Body

    In a month, the sight of kebabs on skewers or raw fish outside shops in south Delhi may be gone. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation or SDMC, which is ruled by the BJP, has ordered eateries to keep all meat, raw or cooked, out of sight for the sake of hygiene and "sentiment".

  • 73 Per Cent Women In India Take Their Pharmacist's Help For Abortion: Study

    73 Per Cent Women In India Take Their Pharmacist's Help For Abortion: Study

    Almost three out of every four women (73 per cent) in India who undergo abortion take the help of a pharmacist or an informal vendor, according to a study.

  • Case Filed Against Gurgaon Hospital Doctor For 7-Year-Old Girl's Death

    Case Filed Against Gurgaon Hospital Doctor For 7-Year-Old Girl's Death

    A police case has been registered against a senior doctor at Gurgaon's Fortis Hospital for allegedly causing the death of the seven-year-old girl admitted to the hospital for treatment of dengue.

  • Noida Teen Killed Mother-Sister With Pizza Cutter, Has Confessed: Police

    Noida Teen Killed Mother-Sister With Pizza Cutter, Has Confessed: Police

    A 16-year-old boy, missing since the murder of his mother and sister near Delhi last week, was picked up from Varanasi on Tuesday night and has confessed to killing them with scissors and a pizza cutter because he was scolded and beaten up at home, a senior police officer said.

  • Missing Teen, Suspect In Mother-Sister's Murder, Caught In Varanasi

    Missing Teen, Suspect In Mother-Sister's Murder, Caught In Varanasi

    A 16-year-old boy missing since the murder of his mother and sister near Delhi on Monday has been taken into custody in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, the police have said. He will brought to Noida.

  • Gurgaon Hospital Tried To Buy Me Out, Alleges Father Of Girl, 7, Who Died

    Gurgaon Hospital Tried To Buy Me Out, Alleges Father Of Girl, 7, Who Died

    The father of a seven-year-old Adya who died of dengue after a fortnight at Gurgaon's Fortis hospital on Wednesday alleged the hospital had offered him money to end his campaign. Jayant Singh made the disclosure hours after the Haryana government inquiry indicted the private hospital for negligence, unethical and unlawful acts.

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