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Political parties bet big on mobile campaigns to woo voters
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Political parties bet big on mobile campaigns to woo voters

India has gone mobile and political parties don’t want to miss the opportunity to use the medium. While social media is the future and is attracting new faithful every day, mobile phones are the present and deliver the message right to the users. While phone call-outs was a weapon of choice for the Aam Admi Party in the 2013 Delhi elections, both the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party and other national and regional parties are extending their reach to voters through mobile phones, ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Victoria’s Secret model, Edita goes completely naked on beach (see pics)

Edita Vilkeviciute, a Victoria’s Secret model, kept many heart beats soaring when she relaxed nude in St Barts on Thursday. Had it been in India, the model would have attracted eye balls in just a day that Sherlyn and Poonam Pandey have managed to ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
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Bollywood's Famous Onscreen Rivalries

With India’s election fever at its peak, rivalry is in the air. And the movies reflect this well. Conflict is the spice of Bollywood drama. Be it the one between Juhi Chawla’s sly politician and Madhuri Dixit’s ferocious feminist in Gulaab Gang, the good versus evil contest between game protagonists Ra.One and G.One, Ranveer Singh-Arjun Kapoor’s friendship gone sour over who will win Priyanka Chopra’s heart in Gunday or Nargis Fakhri and Ileana D'Cruz's fight over ...
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Wanted to kill Modi, blow up Palace on Wheels: IM bomber

Waqas Ahmed, better known as the Zaveri Bazaar bomber, spills the beans about the Indian Mujahideen’s wicked plans. Vicky Nanjappa reports On the night of the 13/7 serial blasts in Mumbai, not too many people may have noticed a tall, bearded man who was walking around at Zaveri Bazaar, one of the three crowded areas ripped apart by strategically placed bombs. That man was Waqas Ahmed, a Pakistani operative of the dreaded Indian Mujahideen, who had planted the bomb that went on to kill ...
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24 private hospitals get showcause notices

Union health ministry has suspended empanelment of Fortis Escort’s Heart Institute, New Delhi’s Delhi Heart & Lung Institute, two units of M S Ramaiah Memorial Hospital in Bangalore and Fortis Hospital in Jaipur What started as a mere payment delay seems to have grown into a tussle between the government and leading private hospitals, empanelled under the Central Government Health Scheme. Ahead of general elections, the Union health ministry has issued showcause notices to 24 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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LS polls a fight to protect ?heart and soul of India?: Sonia

Without naming either Narendra Modi or the BJP in her telecast, Gandhi said, "We want unity. They want to impose uniformity. They say, 'Just believe in me'". Observing that Love and Respect, Harmony and Brotherhood--in a word, Non-violence--are the very heart ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago The idea of India is under THREAT: Sonia on BJP  Rediff.com2 months ago LS polls are about safeguarding national ideals: Sonia  Jagran Post2 months ago Why Modi cult is making the BJP nervous  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Indian-origin doctor in US Vivek Reddy implansts first leadless pacemaker

New York : This February during American Heart Month, Vivek Reddy, MD, of Mount Sinai Heart at The Mount Sinai Hospital implanted the United States’ first miniature-sized, leadless cardiac pacemaker directly inside a patient’s heart without ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago
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'We can use India's many languages to fight the battle for civilisation'

'But we don’t use our languages for that; we use them to create distances between ourselves. 'Yeh section 377 kiska kanoon hain (whose law is Section 377)? The root of homophobia is not in our legal system, it is inside us, it is inside our hearts,' says writer Jerry Pinto. Look at your Rs 500 note. It has a dozen scripts. That is what I love about India. That we have so many living languages and we can use those to fight the battle for civilisation and fight amnesia. But we ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Arjun stole my heart, made me weep, says Mahesh Bhatt

The director, who was impressed with Arjun’s performance, tweeted, “ALIA is fantastic in a startlingly different role. But it is ARJUN who stole my heart & made me weep. He is a STAR! ITS A WINNER!” “Karan Johar should be very proud.
 Jagran Post1 week ago
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This dress goes transparent as you are turned on!

Tiny sensors embedded in the dress detect changes in wearer’s body temperature and heart rate. As the heart rate goes up, the e-foils transform into a clear plastic, leaving all bare open. Developed by Netherlands-based Studio Roosegarde, the dress is ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago
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