Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2016’

Poet Lyricist And Screenwriter Javed Akhtar

Zee tv and spectrum events present Kaifi aur main in association with akshaya patra deelicious Nazishs Kitchen

After sell-out shows across USA, Canada, India and UAE, UK now plays host to the critically acclaimed theatrical presentation, Kaifi Aur Main, presented by ZEE TV and Spectrum Events, taking place on Saturday 3rd September 2016 at Symphony Hall, Birmingham; and Sunday 4th September 2016 at Indigo at The 02, London. The stage production pays tribute to renowned Urdu poet, …

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Teresa May officially appointed UK Prime Minister

Teresa May officially appointed UK Prime Minister after resignation of David Cameron on Wednesday; May elected leader of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party after David Cameron decided to step down following Brexit vote. This ends three weeks of leadership turmoil and political backbiting that began when Britons voted last month to exit the European Union. Mr Cameron tender his resignation to …

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Davis Cup: India takes 1-0 lead

India takes 1-0 lead in first match of round 2 of Davis Cup Asia Oceania Group-1 against Korea; In first single, Ramkumar Ramanthan of India beats Korean Seong-Chan Hong. India have gone one up in the davis cup tie against South Korea in the Asia Ocenia group I tie at Chandigarh. The 21-year-old Ramkumar Ramanathan making his debut for India …

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India first country to become YAWS-free

India achieves yet another public health milestone; becomes first country to be declared free of Yaws, an infection of the skin and bones, much ahead of WHO global target year of 2020. India has acknowledged as the first country in the world to become YAWS-free. Union Health Minister JP Nadda received an official citation from the World Health Organisation and …

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2016 Kinshuk

New dean named for UNT’s College of Information

DENTON (UNT), Texas – The University of North Texas College of Information has named Kinshuk, who goes by a single name, as its new dean. Kinshuk is formerly the associate dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Athabasca University in Alberta, Canada. “Dr. Kinshuk brings with him great leadership and research experience,” said Finley Graves, provost and vice …

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Centre asks states to develop plans for vector borne diseases

With the predicted rise in vector borne diseases like dengue and malaria during the monsoon season, the Centre has asked states to develop micro-plans for endemic districts and underlined the need for undertaking house-to-house surveillance for its prevention. The Union Health Ministry also asked states to review and strengthen coordination between municipal bodies and other departments to keep public and …

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EC to hear case against 21 AAP MLAs

The Election Commission will hold a hearing on Thursday for 21 AAP legislators, who have been made parliamentary secretaries and are facing the risk of disqualification from the Assembly, in the office of profit case. At the first hearing, the commission may also decide on whether to hear all the MLAs together or individually. On 13th March 2015, AAP announced …

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Kashmir Unrest: Situation in the valley improves

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s appeal for calm, situation in Kashmir improve. no fresh reports of any untoward incidents yesterday. Health Ministry sends high level team of eye specialists from AIIMS to J&K. The unrest that erupted in Jammu and kashmir, following gunning down of a dreaded terrorist Burhan Wani is gradually subsiding. While the …

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Dutee chand shrabani nanda felicitated by union minister dharmendra pradhan

Dutee Chand and Srabani Nanda were felicitated by Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in New Delhi. Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel was also present during the felicitation. Dharmendra felicitated Dutee and Srabani for being selected to participate in the Rio Olympics recently.

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India launches operation sankat mochan to evacuate stranded citizens

Ministry of External Affairs launches operation “sankat mochan” to evacuate Indian nationals from war torn South Sudan. General VK Singh heading operation as two C-17s depart for Juba. India on Wednesday launched operation ‘Sankat Mochan’ to evacuate its citizens from South Sudan. India has sent two C-17 military transport aircrafts to South Sudan’s capital city Juba to evacuate over 300 …

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