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‘Being Maoist is no crime’ states Kerala High Court
May 23
National

The High Court of Kerala has stated that 'being a Maoist is of no crime, though the political ideology of the Maoist will not synchronise with our constitutional polity.

Seeking a groom for a son
May 23
NationalNews

what differs this ad from the others is the fact that this mother is searching a ‘Groom’ for her ‘Son’, in a country where activists are still struggling for equal rights for homosexuals.

Two Indian cities at high risk, say analysis
May 22
National

According to an analysis of the terror risk to about 1,300 commercial hubs and cities across the globe, scores and enterprises in around 113 Indian cities have been identified to be under some sort of risk - high, medium or low risk of facing terror attacks.

AAP retaliates by tweeting after sacking of two IAS officers
May 21
National

IAS officers, yesterday, 'deplored the way their colleagues in Delhi are being treated' in a struggle for power between the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant- Governor Najeeb Jung, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has retaliated by tweeting.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh to visit the ‘red zone’
May 20
National

Union home minister Rajnath Singh is most likely to travel to the Naxal region of Sukma in Chhattisgarh the next week, only a fortnight later Prime Minister Narendra Modi toured the neighbouring district of Dantewada

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ISIL establishes control over strategic and ancient Syrian city of Palmyra
May 21
InternationalNews

The Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) militants on Wednesday took the entire control of a crucial and an ancient Syrian city, Palmyra, following the removal of the government military troops.

Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand agree to offer help, missing Rohingya boats recused
May 21
InternationalNews

After much reluctance to let in the stranded Rohingya migrants, the three nations - Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand have agreed to provide tentative shelter to some 7000 migrants, fled from Myanmar and Bangladesh, along with basic necessities such as food and water.

Nearly 400 Rohingya migrants rescued off the Indonesian Coast
May 20
InternationalNews

Nearly 400 migrants have been rescued by fishermen off the coast of Indonesia, in the Strait of Malacca.

Refused entry: Rohingya migrants stranded in boats
May 19
InternationalNews

As Southeast Asian countries are refusing to let the fleeing Rohingya migrants in, a massive humanitarian crisis is brewing, with thousands of Rohingya migrants remain stranded in their boats, being forbidden from entering into the countries, despite the United Nations appeal to the Southeast Asian nations.

“Hostile” gun conflict in Texas claims 9 lives, 18 injured
May 18
InternationalNews

A gun conflict between the “hostile” rival bikers gang in Waco, Texas, lead to the death of 9 and left 18 injured on Sunday. A scuffle that broke between three gangs, escalated simultaneously at a sports bar in a shopping mall, in the central Texas city.

Adventure, pleasure, Life-time Exprience

Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary
April 01
Forest & Wild Life

Meaning “Ten Villages” Dachigan Wildlife Sanctuary is located 22 kilometers from Srinagar (J&K). Protected since 1901, Dachigan was declared a National Park in 1981.

Gomukh Tapovan Trek
March 03
Trekking

Gangotri glacier is not only famous for being Ganges originates, but this Glacier is one of the most favorite trek for Mountaineers in India, known as Gaumukh Tapovan Trek.

Singalila Kanchenjunga Trek
February 27
Trekking

One of the oldest Treks – Singalila Kanchenjunga Trek is along the Indo-Nepali Border in the Sikkim in the foot of Mt. Kanchenjunga.

Roopkund Trek
February 22
Trekking

If you are a trekker and have not been to Roopkund Trek, then you are really missing out something in your Trek adventures.

Kota: The City of Festivals and Adventure
February 08
CitiesRajasthan

An amazing juxtaposition of majestic medieval age and modern industrialization, mainly the Hydro Electric Plant on the Chambal River and the Nuclear Power Plant.

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Movie Review: Tanu Weds Manu Returns
May 23
Movie Reviews

Kangana is back post that gem called ‘Queen’ (never mind ‘Revolver Rani’ ) and she is a great actress though I have never been able to be a fan.

DIFFICULT TO BELIEVE THAT SHIKHA CHOSE SUCH A WAY, SAYS SHILPA SHUKLA
May 20
Bollywood

A sad news of repercussion of depression entered Bollywood recently. It came as a shock when everyone came to know about the suicidal death of national award winning B.A Pass movie actress, Shikha Joshi.

The Weekly Wrap-up: MISSED ANYTHING? HERE FIND IT OUT!
May 17
BollywoodEntertainment

Being Sunday, and probably the best time to go through the important events of the entertainment world, here is our weekly wrap-up with all crucial news items that made headlines the previous week. Don’t miss out on anything!

Again a cross on Salman and Deepika’s film together
May 17
BollywoodEntertainment

It has been a long time now since the speculations of Salman Khan and Deepika Padukone is coming together for a film are buzzing in the tinsel town.

Movie Review: Bombay Velvet
May 16
Movie Reviews

Director Anurag Kashyap surely has a penchant for dark characters and darker story-telling. So when he comes up with a film which can be safely termed his most commercial or mainstream so far

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