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The many twists in life now

(Mohsina Muneer, by email) / 23 February 2014 People have become so competitive, there is no humanity left behind because everyone wants to be rich and powerful so what we are left with is greed, jealousy and hatred and very little amount of ... Khaleej Times, 1 month ago

Underwater sand-mining takes its toll on Cherupuzha River

Cherupuzha River has claimed the lives of innocents, including children. But the river itself is a victim of indiscriminate sand mining. Years of illegal sand mining has led to the formation of deep underwater pits on the river bed, covered ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

3 Die in Separate Drowning Incidents

Two girl students drowned in Cherupuzha, a tributory of Chaliyar, near Kuttikkadavu on Sunday. Police have identified the deceased as Mohsina,13, daughter of Kettilveettil Abdul Kareem and Asya, and Naseera, 15, daughter of Kettilveettil ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago Two girls drown in Mavoor  Manorama Online6 days ago

2 teenagers drown in river in Kerala

Home> News > kerala-news Kozhikode, Apr 13 : Two teenagers drowned in Cheriyerikkadavu river near Mavoor in Kozhikode district of Kerala today. The deceased were identified as Mohsina (13) and Naseera (15). They had gone for swimming when the ...
 NewKerala.com5 days ago 2 teenagers drown in river  NetIndia123.com6 days ago Two drown in Kozhikode  Kaumudi6 days ago
Business Standard India

Sunil Sethi: The changing face of election campaigns

Directly interpersonal exchange between contestant and voter has all but vanished Sunil Sethi April 11, 2014 Last Updated at 22:44 IST Following the campaign trail to the small village of Shorom in the discontented district of Muzaffarnagar in ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Forgotten but not by a father

Jamaluddin Ansari can't remember how many times he has visited Delhi's Tis Hazari courts these past 27 years. He remembers the number of times he has voted during this period, though. Zero times. Who shall I vote for; who thinks about us? said the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Meet Ayesha Islam a homemaker who broke the political barrier

Ayesha Islam | SP candidate from Bareilly: Born in a conservative Muslim family of Bareilly, she grew up in Sharia governed Saudi Arabia. After obtaining commerce degree in Jeddah, she returned to her roots in 2003 to become a homemaker. She is ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Modi is arrogant, making false promises: Bansal

hing a blistering attack on BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Congress candidate and sitting MP Pawan Kumar Bansal on Monday said Modi is arrogant and making false promises before the polls. Everybody knows truth about Modi and his ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

THE GENEROUS GENT

I first met Khushwant Singh in 1979. This was the time when I could not wait to make Delhi my destination, or maybe move to Mumbai, the Mecca of all opportunities. I had had enough of the city of my birth! As a cub reporter in the Lucknow ...
 HardNews Magazine1 week ago

It's road show time

With just three days to go before city residents go to the polls, hectic preparations by political parties for D-Day, including last minute changes in strategy, are under way. The aim now is to cover more eligible voters in less time with ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
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