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4/1/2014: Page News: Relay Race Competition

School of Speed — India's first national team for Guru Tegh Bahadur School, Mansarovar — recently organised a relay race for school students in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Each team comprised four runners. The national meet for the Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago

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Festivity on the calendar all week

LUCKNOW: Starting from today, Sunday, April 13, members of different communities in city begin celebrating various festivals. Palm Sunday (Sunday, April 13) Palm Sunday is observed by Christians on the Sunday before Easter. The day marks the feast ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Vaisakhi food drive to help those in need

Organisers of Sunday's Vaisakhi food drive in Leicester, say they want to beat last year's record 10 tonne donation collection. Food and other items donated will be distributed to those in need across the community. This really is a fantastic way ...
 ITV.com1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

ASI may shift 200-year-old city milestone to museum

Found by students of St Xavier's College, one of the original milestones that measured distance in the city two centuries ago, is likely to be taken into custody by Archaeology Survey of India which will examine it next week. The Archaeology Survey ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
India TV

Shame: Noida woman gangraped by three men inside her home, shot in the neck

India TV crime desk [ Updated 01 Apr 2014, 13:01:42 ] Noida (UP): In a shocking crime, a gang of three men on Monday night entered the home of a woman in Kanshi Ram Awas in Sector 45, and gangraped her before firing a bullet in her neck. The woman ...
 India TV2 weeks ago
Indian News Link

The portrait of life

An Australian artist in Kochi captures the essence of living through a medley of human subjects Daniel Connell at work on the streets of Kochi On my recent visit to Kochi, Kerala, I was pleasantly surprised to see an Australian in the ...
 Indian News Link4 weeks ago

Exploring Old Delhi's heart

Jama Masjid is one of the largest and most important mosques in India, and can hold 25,000 devotees at a time. ( Photos by MANPREET SINGH / For CHINA DAILY Asia Weekly ) Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest Jain temple in Delhi and is also ...
 China Daily Asia1 month ago

Election offices lack complete data on disabled voters

A 2007 Supreme Court judgment ruled that special facilities need to be put in place to make polling booths more accessible for persons with disabilities. However, an RTI reply has revealed that disabled persons in the capital are likely to face trouble while ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Huffington Post Canada

Embracing the Golden Triangle of India

Landing in Delhi immediately shot electrical currents up my spine and sent my mind into overdrive. "Here we go," I thought. Peering out onto the tarmac, I was eager to lay eyes on a city I had heard so many wild tales about. The airport was ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 month ago

DSGMC demands minority university for Sikhs

AMRITSAR: Ahead of Lok Sabha elections, (DSGMC) has demanded setting up of a minority university for Sikhs. DSGMC president Manjit Singh GK told TOI on Saturday that they had written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stating that representation ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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