The legendary cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar's love for food is not hidden from the world. He has admitted to being a foodie and finding pleasure in trying exotic cuisines on various occasions but his first experience with Chinese food was not so memorable.
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The Border Security Force (BSF) of India plays a major role in the defence of the nation, by keeping safe its borders, and a toll has been taken on the force itself, as valiant personnel lose their lives in the line of duty.
As a part of BSF's countrywide initiative to commemorate the valiant deeds and supreme sacrifices made by its personnel in the service of the nation, the force organised 'Run for Martyrs' half marathons on Sunday, which took place in Delhi, Amritsar, and Bhubaneswar.
Rohit Shetty’s ‘Golmaal Again’ which hit the theaters on Friday, October 20, 2017 is the latest film to succumb to piracy. The film emerged as one of the highest grossing films of Bollywood in 2017, collected a whopping Rs 30 crores on day one.
The film, the latest entrant of the hit Golmaal franchise, is touted as being a highly entertaining one but the news of piracy brings sad news for the filmmakers. The full movie is now available online, just 2 days after its release.
Apart from his influential films and power-packed roles, Khiladi Kumar is greatly recognised for his respect for army personnel. His humble gestures often win many hearts and his latest act of kindness proves just why.
While the entire nation was celebrating the festival of lights with their families and loved ones, Akshay Kumar was busy in bringing happiness to the families of 103 slain policemen and army personnel in Maharashtra.
Contributing to the "sweet" initiative taken by a senior IPS officer,...
The Telangana government will soon tie-up with a consortium of industries for setting up a rail coach factory in the state, a senior official said today.Refusing the reveal more details citing non-disclosure agreement, the official said the exact date for signing the memorandum of understanding (MoU) has not yet been fixed as the state Assembly is slated to begin from October 27."The government is all set to enter into an MoU with some of the industries which are pioneers in the sector. The date...
As the Indian Air Force inducts the 36 Rafale fighter jets sold by France in a mega-deal inked in September last year worth Rs 59,000 crore (7.87 billion), France is reportedly keen to sell another 36 Rafales which the IAF had projected the need for.
According to reports, the IAF had projected the operational need for another 36 fighter jets after the first 36 Rafales are inducted at the Hasimara airbase in West Bengal and the Ambala airbase in Haryana respectively from November 2019 to mid-2022.
Congress Stages Protests In Delhi Against Price Hike
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July 20 , 2016 , 15:28 IST
[caption id="attachment_187429" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Hundreds of Congress supporters and leaders on Wednesday protested against the hike in the rates of essential commodities and slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the promises he had made to the people before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.[/caption]
Hundreds of Congress supporters and leaders on Wednesday protested against the hike in the rates of essential commodities and slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the promises he had made to the people before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
Senior Congress leader Raj Babbar who led the march said, "Modi ji has been spending all his time outside the country. He does not care about the problems people are facing here due to price hike."
"He has failed to provide jobs to the youth which he had promised before elections," Babar, who is the Congress head for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections coming up next year, said here.
Senior leaders, including Randeep Surjewala, also took part in the protest during which Congress supporters tried to march towards the Parliament House, breaking the barriers that the policemen had put up on roads.
The National Students Union of India (NSUI) members also took part in the demonstration and demanded that the prices of vegetables and other groceries should be brought down.
"The prices of all essential commodities have gone up drastically in this government. People are suffering and Modi ji is not concerned," a protester said.
Earlier in the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting, Congress President Sonia Gandhi also took up the issue of rising inflation of commodities, especially of food items.
"The Modi government's hollow claims on inflation have been exposed recently by no less a person than the Reserve Bank Governor. Their inaction in helping farmers affected by the acute drought, despite the Supreme Court's intervention, is deplorable. The widespread distress in rural areas seems to be of no concern to the Modi government," she added.