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How a Search on Google United a Lost Girl with Her Parents
NDTV

Google search reunites a lost girl with her parents after 17 y...

Patna: An enthusiastic government official and Google search re-united a lost girl Gudiya with her parents after 17 years. She went missing from a train in Bihar when she was six. Gudiya`s parents said that she was travelling with her uncle ... Daily Bhaskar, 3 weeks ago

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NDTV, 3 weeks ago

Once a thing of beauty, Gudiya Talab now a picture of neglect

ALLAHABAD: The condition of Gudiya Talab located in the heart of the city near Allahabad railway station had deteriorated. Though it was renovated some years back but now it in a shambles as iron grill around the pond has been broken at several ...
 Times of India1 month ago
India-West

Thanks to Google, woman reunited with parents after 17 years

It seems straight out of a typical Bollywood movie. Gudiya, 23, was reunited with her parents 17 years after she went missing on a train at Barauni railway station in Bihar. When she went missing she could speak only Hindi and now she can speak no ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago Bihar Girl Reunited with Family after 17 Years in Assam Orphanage  India-West3 weeks ago Girl reunites after 17 yrs  New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago Woman, 24, reunited with family after 17 years  Gulf News4 weeks ago
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Jagran Post

Brides leave marital homes for lack of toilets

Neelam, Kalawati, Shakina, Niranjan, Gudiya and Sita of Khesiya village protested when they found there were no toilets attached to
 Big News Network2 weeks ago UP: Six married women return to parents due to lack of toilet at in-laws' place  Jagran Post2 weeks ago No Toilets in In-Law's House, 6 Women Return  NDTV2 weeks ago 6 women return to parents as no toilets at i...  Times of India2 weeks ago
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The poisonfruit of political partisanship

The recent heckling of Congress chief ministers sharing a stage with the prime minister has occasioned some comment. The heckling is unfortunate. However, it is of a piece with a more widespread atmosphere of distrust and suspicion that pervades ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago The poison-fruit of political partisanship  Hindustan Times3 days ago
IBNLive India News

Chhattisgarh: Woman divorces husband after he fails to build a toilet at home

Bhopal: A 23-year-old woman divorced her husband and walked out of her in-laws' home after they failed to build a toilet in their house in Chhattisgarh. The incident took place in the Raigarh district. The woman had set a condition before marriage ...
 IBNLive India News5 days ago 6 brides leave in-laws crib over lack of toilets  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Six Kushinagar women leave in-laws' …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Indian brides leave in-laws' home without toilet  Gulf News2 weeks ago
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PHC ransacked after two deaths

01:08 pm Katihar: A mob ransacked a Primary Health Centre (PHC) after two deaths in quick succession, alleging negligence by a doctor at Kursela in Katihar district of Bihar today, police said. The mob smashed furniture, doors and windows of the ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Lata Mangeshkar — the living legend — Part XIX

The film Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966) needs a special mention for its music. It was a Dharmendra, Asha Parekh, Balraj Sahni and Nazima film. Anand Bakshi was the lyricist for the songs of this film. All the songs became very popular especially Suno ...
 Daily Times1 week ago

Nickname Dilemma: To Name or Not to Name

Have you ever wondered why we find it so difficult to call people by the regular name their parents chose for them? Why do we twist and turn and squeeze the name till we come up with our own version of a carefully thought about form of address? And ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
BBC

India brides leave home over toilets

Six newlywed women in a village in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have returned to their parents because their husbands' homes had no toilets. The women, all from Khesiya village in Kushinagar district, said they would return only after their ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
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