Punjab prisoners go live on Facebook social sites

27 Jul
  • Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    In an attempt to stall a possible announcement by the Congress for formation of a separate Telangana state, eight members of Andhra Pradesh legislative assembly Thursday sent their resignations to assembly speaker. The legislators from Seemandhra (Rayalaseema and Andhra regions) announced their resignations to mount pressure on the Congress to drop any move to divide the state. With Congress …

  • Southern actress Keerthi inclined towards designing

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Keerthi, daughter of Malayalam producer Suresh Kumar and former actress Menaka, is filming Priyadarshan’s “Gitanjali” here. Although acting is in her blood, she is also interested in fashion designing. Keerthi is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in fashion designing in Chennai. “I am not sure about my future plans, but I have a keen interest in fashion designing,” Keerthi told …

  • Dangling wires loose cables short-circuiting Delhiites

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Death lurks in every nook and corner for residents of Delhi with loose cables and snapped high-voltage wires dangling precariously. Two electrocution deaths within a week during monsoon in the national capital proves this. “We live in constant fear as a common man’s life is of no value. Every monsoon, electrocution deaths are waiting to happen. The discom companies and the civic authorities …

  • Punjab prisoners go live on Facebook social sites

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Smuggling of mobile phones in Punjab’s prisons is passe! Armed with smart-phones, young prisoners in jails across the state are well-connected with the outside world through social networking sites, especially Facebook. These prisoners are not only connected with their friends but are freely uploading photographs from inside the prison premises. Some of the photos are those of other …

  • Multi-drug therapys role in leprosy control hailed

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Eighteen leprosy-burdened countries, including India, Thursday acknowledged the role of multi-drug therapy in helping reduce cases of the bacterial disease across the world. At a three-day summit on leprosy, organised by WHO and the Nippon Foundation in Bangkok, health ministers of these countries – which also included Bangladesh, Japan, Thailand and Brazil – discussed the current leprosy …

  • IGNOU NDMA educate people in disaster management

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    A special workshop on disaster management for those living in areas vulnerable to disasters was jointly organized by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), officials said Thursday. Undertaken in 54 districts in 11 states identified by NDMA on the basis of their susceptibility to natural and man-made disasters, the workshop was “very …

  • Madan Lal Khurana off ventilator Doctor

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Former Delhi chief minister Madan Lal Khurana, who was admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) following brain haemorrhage a week ago, is off the ventilator and “gradually improving”, a doctor attending on him said Thursday. “The bleeding inside his brain is controlled, he is off the ventilator for the past 36 hours. All his vital parameters are normal. He is opening his eyes and is …

  • Huge surge in weight loss surgeries in India Expert

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    With diabetes and obesity on the increase in the country, weight reduction procedures or bariatric surgeries are in huge demand in the country, said an expert. “Bariatric surgeries are in huge demand. This is an indicator of the rising obesity and diabetes cases. There is a vast difference in the number of cases from five years ago,” said Om Tantia, consultant bariatric and metabolic surgeon, …

  • Shootout verdict to boost anti-terror forces morale BJP

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    The BJP Thursday said the verdict in the 2008 Batla House shootout here will go a long way in boosting the morale of the security forces fighting terror. “There was a consistent campaign by several political parties, including the Congress, to declare it (shootout) fakethis verdict will go a long way in upholding the morale of those police officers fighting terror,” Bharatiya Janata Party …

  • Navdanya joins hands with Central Cottage Industries

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Laying hands on organic food items is easier, thanks to Navdanya, and its network of organic farmers spread across 17 states of the country. Now, the organisation has become part of the Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India Limited (CCIC), falling under the jurisdiction of the textiles ministry. “We have become part of the foundation that sustains the traditions, aesthetics and …

  • Those who doubted shootout meant well Chidambaram

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Finance Minister P. Chidambaram Thursday expressed joy that police were “able to prove their case” in the 2008 Batla House shootout in Delhi, but also defended Congress leaders who questioned the incident’s veracity, saying “they meant well”. “I am glad that the police have been able to prove their case. Earlier, the NHRC (National Human rights Commission) and the high court also held that …

  • JMMs Bhokta elected Jharkhand assembly speaker

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) legislator Shashank Shekhar Bhokta was Thursday unanimously elected speaker of Jharkhand assembly. After his election, Bhokta was escorted to his chair by Chief Minister Hemant Soren and Leader of Opposition Arjun Munda. He thanked all members of the house and assured the legislators that he would run the house smoothly and impartially. The speaker’s post fell …

  • Five must-have lingerie for brides

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Style experts say a woman should choose her innerwear carefully as it can make or spoil the entire look of an outfit. If you wear a stylish halter neck dress, go for silicon innerwear. Opt for c-string thongs if you wear a body hugging tee or off shoulder dress as it enhances the look. Leading online innerwear brand, Under Cover Lingerie, offers five must-have designer innerwear for modern …

  • Sensex closes 286 points down FMCG stocks plummet

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Thursday fell 286 points on negative global cues and derivative expiry. There was heavy selling pressure in fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), healthcare, metal, oil and gas and capital goods. However, automobile and technology, entertainment and media (TECk) stocks gained. The sentiment was bearish after the Reserve Bank of India’s decision Tuesday …

  • Treading up Himalayas to avail of bank facility

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    People in Himachal Pradesh still have to trudge around five km in rugged, cold and inhospitable Himalayan terrain before they can avail of banking facility. This fact came to light in a charter of demands submitted by Mandi MP Pratibha Singh to union Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meena in New Delhi. A request was made to open more branches in the state, particularly in the …

  • Bappis gold gift for reality show contestant

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    The ever-so-cheerful Bappi Lahiri turned teary-eyed on the sets of popular music reality show “Indian Idol Junior” when a young contestant sang the number “Aao tumhe chand pe le”. He was so moved that he decided to gift young Sugandha a gold chain. The veteran composer-singer, known for his love for gold ornaments, was on the sets of the show for an evening dedicated to him. After some …

  • Not ideology poverty responsible for Naxalism BJP leader

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Senior BJP leader and former Himachal Pradesh chief minister Shanta Kumar Thursday said that poverty, illiteracy and unemployment were behind the rise in Naxalism in the country and held the UPA’s policy responsible for it. “More than 95 percent Maoists exist because of poverty, illiteracy and unemployment and not because of the ideology of Maoism,” said the BJP leader at a function here. “The …

  • Controversial poem no more in Kerala varsity syllabus

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Following protests, a poem written by an alleged Al Qaeda leader was withdrawn temporarily from the syllabus for undergraduates in Kerala’s Calicut University, an official said Thursday. The poem, ‘Ode to the Sea’, written by Ibrahim al-Rubaish, a former detainee of Guantanamo Bay camp of the US, was part of the text ‘Literature and Contemporary Issue Studies’ for third semester BA and BSc …

  • Most northeastern states opt for food security Tripura opposes

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    The Congress ruled-Mizoram government, which had earlier said it could not implement the food security scheme in the state due to fund crunch, Thursday declared it would execute the plan. Congress-ruled Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh have also batted for the scheme but the remaining northeastern states – Nagaland and Sikkim – are yet to make their stand clear. Left Front-ruled …

  • Timeline of 2008 Batla House shootout case

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    The following is the time line of the Batla House shoot out September 2008: Sep 13, 2008 – Serial blasts at Karol Bagh, India Gate, Connaught Place and Greater Kailash in Delhi; 23 killed and 133 injured. Sep 19, 2008 – Shootout between Special Cell of Delhi Police and Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists at L-18 flat in Batla House, Jamia Nagar. Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma and two terrorists …

  • Sonakshi not an ideal dance teacher

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    “Dabangg” star Sonakshi Sinha tried teaching dance moves to actor Akshay Kumar, but ended up forgetting her own steps. The “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara” actors recently shot for Colors Eid special “Jashan-E-Eid”. While rehearsing together, Sonakshi tried to teach Akshay his steps and she constantly corrected him when he made mistakes. Though the 26-year-old wanted the act to be perfect, …

  • Missed shooting light scenes in Qubool Hai Surbhi Jyoti

    Bombay News.Net – Thursday 25th July, 2013

    Surbhi Jyoti, seen as Zoya in TV show “Qubool Hai”, is happy that the show is back on track and confesses that she missed shooting the light and happy scenes with her co-star Karan Grover, seen as Asad in it. Currently, the show is focusing on plotting and planning of Tanveer, played by Amrapali Gupta, and how she manipulates Asad to marry her. But in the coming episodes Asad will catch Tanveer …

  • Source: http://www.bombaynews.net/index.php/sid/216056822/scat/701ee96610c884a6

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