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Germanwings Airbus A320 crashes in French Alps all 150 aboard feared dead
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Germanwings Airbus A320 crashes in French Alps all 150 aboard ...

A German airliner crashed near a ski resort in the French Alps on Tuesday with allnbsp150 people on board pronounced dead Frances transport minister said there were no survivors from the crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 The plane was travelling from the ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

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Marijuana central to our culture, how is it illegal? Lawyer asks in PIL

In all of recorded history, not one person has ever died from consuming marijuana, says a public interest litigation that objects to the ban on cannabis or marijuana in India, saying that the move is not backed by scientific evidence. Marijuana should therefore be legalised in the country so as to help patients, says the petition filed by Aditya Barthakur, a 34-year-old lawyer. Read ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

DU colleges get 'six-hour' deadline to get AICTE approval!

In a fresh twist to the stand-off between Delhi University vice chancellor and the Human Resource Development ministry over the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme, many colleges were left dumbfounded over an order of the All India Council for Technical Education asking them to submit an affidavit within "six hours" to get approval for its B Tech courses. The deadline has been termed as "impractical" by many college principals, who could not manage to meet it. B Tech programmes in Computer ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Apurvi Chandela bags Rio Olympics quota with World Cup bronze

Indian shooter Apurvi Chandela has qualified for next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after clinching a 10m air rifle bronze in the ISSF World Cup (Rifle/Pistol) in Changwon, Korea.  After qualifying fifth for the final round, Chandela shot a score of 185.6 to finish third in an eight-strong list, from which the top six made the cut for the Olympics.  She thus became the second Indian marksman after pistol shooter Jitu Rai to qualify for Rio.  ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'A big country like India needs a top 10-ranked tennis player'

Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic has said India can't forever sit on the laurels of greats like Leander Paes and it must have a top-10 singlesplayer for tennis to thrive in the country. "This is a big country, so having players in the top 100 and 200 is not good enough. You need a big player, a top 10 player, who is going to make the game popular and by seeing him/her, more kids take up the game," Ivanisevic, who is in India for the Road to Wimbledon ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Airtel terms Airtel Zero debate 'unrelated'

Launched earlier this week, Airtel Zero is an open marketing platform that allows customers to access a variety of mobile applications for free, with the data chargesbeing paid by start-ups and large companies.      However, many are ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago

Chennai look to put behind off-field controversies, start afresh

The Chennai Super Kings team. The most consistent team across all seasons of the IPL, Chennai Super Kings would look to put behind the off-field distractions and do what they are best at when they take on previous edition's bottom-placed Delhi Daredevils in their opening match of the Twenty20 league. The Super Kings were hounded by the spot-fixing scandal, in which their Team Principal Gurunath Meiyappan was indicted by a Supreme Court-monitored probe committee ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Maharashtra govt diktat: Prime time shows for Marathi movies

In a controversial move, the Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra is set to enact a law to make it mandatory for multiplexes in the state to screen Marathi movies during prime time slots. The new directive from the Devendra Fadnavis government has asked all multiplexes in the state to show a Marathi film everyday in the prime slot of 6 to 9 pm. It also makes it compulsory for theatres to play a short documentary in respect of Dada Saheb Phalke before the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Shah Rukh Khan shoots Fan at Madamme Tussauds

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has shot a segment of his upcoming film Fan at the famous Madame Tussauds, London, which has his own wax figure. The Maneesh Sharma-helmed film has become the first Bollywood movie to be shot at Tussauds. Shah Rukh expressed gratitude to the authorities in a tweet. "Thanx Madame Tussauds. Allowing us 2 shoot Fan with all 'ur' stars & our star Maneesh. Very gracious of u. 1st film to shot at ur premises (sic)," he said. Besides the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Exclusive! US Ambassador Rich Verma speaks to Rediff!

'I am propelled each day by the thought of my parents and what they went through -- the hard work, the struggles, the risks that they took -- so that I could do something like this...' 'It was the commitment to the nuclear deal of the two leaders that tried to solve this that made all the difference.' 'This is a relationship that matters in so many ways and we are going to get it right,' US Ambassador Richard Rahul Verma tells Aziz Haniffa/ in an EXCLUSIVE interview. Image: US ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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