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Obama attends India's Republic Day

Narenda Modi and Barack Obama watched a "spectacular" military parade, as Sanjoy Majumder reportsUS President Barack Obama has attended India's Republic Day parade in Delhi, the first US head of state to do so.Mr Obama was chief guest at the annual ... 24Dunia, 5 days ago

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Times of India, 4 days ago

Concern over rise in fake emergency calls

SANJOY RAY GUWAHATI, Jan 13 Irrelevant calls from pranksters and unattended kids are directly killing the life-saving reaction time of two of the State's most crucial toll-free 24x7 emergency service numbers in 108 and Dial 100. Records show that ...
 Assam Tribune2 weeks ago

Fight against leprosy in State tea gardens far from satisfactory

SANJOY RAY GUWAHATI, Dec 7 Even after years have passed since the fight against leprosy was launched in India, tea gardens of Assam continue to be a picture of Government's hollow intervention methods. Today, when hygiene and cleanliness have ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

WHEN URDU MEETS WELSH

A six-piece ensemble led by singer-musician duo bent the waves and fused a unique and exquisite performance at the ongoing International Kolkata Book Fair CELEBRATING the affinity between the Indian ghazal and Welsh folk tradition, Mumbai's ...
 The Statesman1 day ago Ghazalaw to perform at Ghazal Bahaar in Mumbai  Newssuperfast3 days ago

Pakistan is China's irreplaceable all weather friend: China

Beijing, Jan 26 (IBNS) At a time when US President Barack Obama is visiting India, China on Monday called Pakistan as its 'irreplaceable' all weather friend.Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and other leaders of the country met visiting Pakistans ...
 24Dunia5 days ago

Of umbrellas, caps and patriotic songs

the rain playing spoilsport, the dignitaries gathered at Rajpath to witness India's 66th Republic Day parade were forced to wear caps and take cover under umbrellas and raincoats.US President Barack Obama, the chief guest at the parade, and wife ...
 24Dunia5 days ago

With Obama in town, Delhi remains under tight security

impregnable security ring with 20,000 security personnel guarding the national capital has been kept intact even after the Republic Day parade as US President Barack Obama stays overnight in the capital till Tuesday afternoon.The stringent security ...
 24Dunia5 days ago

Obama visit reflection of renewed energy: Tibetan PM

Dharamsala, Jan 26 (IANS) Tibetan prime minister-in-exile Lobsang Sangay Monday described the visit of US President Barack Obama to India as a reflection of renewed energy in bilateral engagement."I am very happy to see that the president of the US ...
 24Dunia5 days ago

Politics divides Matuas

THAKURNAGAR: The scene has changed completely within a month and a half. The tranquil and kirtan filled atmosphere of Thakurbari is now tense. You will see at least 20 armed cops sitting in the courtyard of the Harichand-Guruchand Thakur temple, the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

20 shops vandalised over death

Rapid Action Force personnel were deployed and Section 144 imposed at Ghoshpara in Rabindranagar, about 5km from Taratala, on Wednesday after a mob ransacked 20 shops protesting a man's death in a road accident on Tuesday night. A cyclist died ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
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