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Rajya Sabha: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi’s remarks irk opposition, house adjourned briefly

Irked over a remark by Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi in Rajya Sabha on July 29, Opposition members including those from Congress stormed into the Well demanding an apology from him, leading to a near washout of the crucial Zero Hour. Trouble began when Naqvi, replying to Anand Sharma’s (Congress) remark that there was “frustration among youth” due lack of Read More


Store, clean your precious jewellery the right way

Once you buy precious jewellery, it’s essential to store your expensive pieces in the right manner to avoid losing the sheen of the metal. Remove your jewellery while doing household chores like cooking, cleaning and dish washing, says an expert. Hardik Kapoor, founder of online store Jewelsify, shares some tips to help you protect your ornaments: Diamond jewellery: Jewellery should Read More


Kejriwal’s parody account tweeted to Ola to save him from Modi and their response is brilliant

Recently, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal released a video on YouTube and shared it on his social media wherein he said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is so frustrated, he may get him killed. As it is, he is very vocal about his opinion on Modi and seems to blame him for everything that goes wrong with the Delhi government. Therefore, Read More


India should double coverage of HBV vaccine at birth: WHO

Coverage of Hepatitis B vaccine at birth in India should be doubled by 2020 from the current 45 per cent by addressing the administrative and logistic issues to safeguard the young against the deadly disease, according to the World Health Organisation. WHO representative to India, Henk Bekedam, described “the administration of Hepatitis B dose within 24 hours of birth as Read More


International Tiger Day: How can we keep the tiger burning bright?

July 29 was designated as the International Tiger Day at the Global Tiger Summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 2010. This is an annual event when NGOs and forest authorities host celebrities and school children — and media invites experts — to create awareness about tiger conservation. Today, tiger enthusiasts can walk a mile under golden-black banners, adopt a tiger Read More


India should hit back at Pakistan for terror: BJP MP R K Singh

India should hit back at Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in this country, BJPmember R K Singh said in Lok Sabha, adding there is no point in talking to the neighbouring country. The former Union Home Secretary referred to terror attacks in India, including in Pathankot and Kashmir, and said Pakistan Army is involved in these. These terrorists, he said, are Read More


Dishoom audience movie review: John Abraham and Varun Dhawan entertain

Producer Sajid Nadiadwala seems to have perfected the art of delivering masala entertainers with top stars. His latest production Dishoom dabbles in a similar space with the coming together of his usual suspects — good-looking men, sizzling beauties, item numbers and high-octane action sequences. And the end result seems to have delighted viewers on Day One. At a Mumbai multiplex, Read More


Xiaomi Redmi Pro’s OLED panel is made by Chinese companies: Report

Xiaomi has officially announced Redmi Pro in China. After teasing for quite some time, the device was unveiled with dual-rear camera and an OLED display. Xiaomi is claiming 100 per cent colour gamut and a superior 60000:1 contrast ratio. The specifications are enough to question whether this OLED panel is from Samsung but the report by Xiaomi Today claims the Read More


TCL 562 smartphone launched along with new TV ranges

World’s third-largest TV manufacturer, TCL has announced its new range of Curve, Ultra HD and Full HD TV series, which are available in the Indian market exclusively on Amazon.in. The new TV series will be available on pre-booking, and registration commences from July 28. The company is also set to introduce its TCL 562 smartphone with a diamond cut design Read More


Formula 1 ‘halo’ cockpit protection system delayed until 2018

Formula 1 has decided to delay the introduction of a proposed cockpit-protection device by one year, deciding to develop it further before adopting some form of the concept for 2018. The key players in the sport’s strategy group met in Geneva on Thursday to vote on the adoption for 2017 of the ‘halo’ head protection device, which is fixed to the Read More