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Royal kitchens revealing secret recipies

NEW DELHI, Jan 7: Erstwhile royal families have closely guarded culinary secrets of their kitchens like treasures down the ages. But the struggle to keep the estates sustainable is forcing the descendents to open up. Nearly six decades after independence, the hosts of the royal palace resorts are opening their recipe books to contribute to the experimental culinary wave sweeping through the kit...

 
Akbar Owaisi moves high court for quashing hate speech cases

Hyderabad, Jan 7: Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) legislator Akbaruddin Owaisi, who returned to Hyderabad from London on early Monday, has moved Andhra Pradesh High Court seeking quashing of the cases against him in various police stations over his alleged hate speeches.

Hours after seeking four days’ time to appear before police in Nirmal town of Adilabad district, Owaisi file...

 
Bhagwat, Owaisi two sides of coin, says JD-U leader; BJP protests

New Delhi, Jan 7: Janata Dal-United leader Shivanand Tiwari said on Monday that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and MIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi were “two sides of the same coin”, attracting censure from the BJP which asked the JD-U leadership to “restrain” Tiwari.

“There is no difference between them (Bhagwat and Owaisi), both are two sides of the same coin... bot...

 
Cleaning Ganga will be in BJP manifesto: Gadkari

New Delhi, Jan 7: In an indication of his confidence about getting a second term, BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Monday said the party will promise cleanliness of the Ganga river in its manifesto for the next general election.

He added that a BJP-led government will allocate substantial resources for the purpose. Speaking at a function to mark the completion of the first phase of Ganga ...

 
Dhule riots toll rises to four, probe ordered

Mumbai/Dhule, Jan 7: Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Monday ordered a probe into Sunday’s communal riots in Dhule town which left four dead and over 200 people injured, among them many police personnel.

“The probe will be conducted by the district magistrate and its report will be submitted within two months,” Chavan said on Monday afternoon.

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Need to focus on women's health, education: Advani

New Delhi, Jan 7: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) leader LK Advani has called for a greater focus on ensuring the health and education of women.

Addressing doctors and other certified specialists at the annual conference of the Delhi State Medical Association organized by the Delhi chapter of Indian Medical Association (IMA) over the weekend, Advani, speaking in the context of the ...

 
Home ministry orders probe into charges of rape victim's friend

New Delhi, Jan 7: The union home ministry has ordered a probe into allegations by the friend of the Delhi gang-rape victim that police wasted time in squabbling over the jurisdiction issue before taking them to hospital, informed sources said on Monday.

The sources said that the probe will also look into the refutation of the friend’s claims by the police.

They said a seni...

 
Jharkhand government reduced to minority

Ranchi, Jan 7: The JMM on Monday withdrew support from the BJP-led Arjun Munda government here over the issue of “rotation of power”, reducing it to a minority in the 82-member house and plunging the State into a political crisis.

“On Monday we have decided to withdraw support from the government,” Deputy Chief Minister Hemant Soren and son of Jharkhand Mukti Mor...

 
In poll mode Karnataka, Congress goes on padayatras

Bangalore, Jan 7: The Congress, hoping to recapture power in Karnataka after nearly six years, Monday launched issue-based 'padayatras (marches) and people’s contact programmes that would continue for three months. Polls to the 225-member assembly are due in May. The first of the four 'padayatras got off on Monday at Hospet in Bellary district, about 300 km north of Bangalore, and would end ...

 
'Translate anger over gang-rape into correctives in laws'

New Delhi, Jan 7: Anguish and anger among people over the Delhi gang-rape must be used effectively to correct laws, procedures, societal norms, values and behaviour, Vice-President Hamid Ansari said on Monday. “A recent event on the eve of the New Year gave all of us occasion for remorse and sorrow. It made us, as a people, hang our heads in shame,” he said at the inauguration of the N...

 
Dalai Lama in Varanasi to pray for global peace

Varanasi, Jan 7: Tibetan spiritual leader The Dalai Lama will preside over a special congregation and prayer sessions for global peace here. Tibetan Buddhist monks and devotees of various other faiths have also converged in Varanasi to attend these special events. Buddhist monks and delegates from Thailand, Japan, Sri Lanka, Korea, China and Myanmar are also in the city to attend. A monk going by ...

 
Mayawati demands president's rule in Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow, Jan 7: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Monday demanded that president’s rule be imposed in Uttar Pradesh, and c laimed there was a total breakdown of law and order in the State. Addressing a press conference at the party headquarters here, the former chief minister said the State government has failed on all fronts and was being run by mafia and goons. “In ten mo...

 
Jammu-Kargil flight launched

Jammu, Jan 7: Jammu and Kashmir’s Kargil town which remains cut off from the country for six months due to heavy snow fall welcomed the first civil flight on Monday with Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on-board, an official said. The air strip so far was used only by the army and the Indian Air Force. Abdullah and some of his ministerial colleagues were on the Mantra Airline flight which took o...

 
Gang-rape: Court orders in-camera trial, curbs on media

New Delhi, Jan 7: A Delhi court on Monday ordered in-camera trial of the December 16 gang-rape following unruly scenes that prevented the accused from being led in. It also told the media not to report any news related to the case without its permission.

Metropolitan Magistrate Namrita Aggarwal said: “An unprecedented situation arises when members of bar and public not connected w...

 
Success is superficial: Salman Khan

MUMBAI, Jan 7: He has several films in his kitty that have joined the Rs 100-crore club and thanks to them, Salman Khan’s films are perceived as high-yielding projects. But his feet are on the ground and he knows how to handle success, the star says. Salman’s Dabangg, Bodyguard, Ready, Ek Tha Tiger, and Dabangg 2 grossed more than Rs 100 crore at the box office and now producers are...

 
'Designing solutions key to improved productivity'

Mumbai, Jan 7: Planning Commission member Arun Maira on Monday said the government intends to set up several design institutes across the country.

Maira was speaking at the second CII Global Strategic Design Summit 2013 organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

“Money invested in public expenditure is not giving desired results due to flaws in design. Designing ...

 
India must do more in innovative materials search: Scientist

Kolkata, Jan 7:  A lot remains to be done by India in the area of search for innovative materials to achieve international recognition, said a leading scientist. “Innovative materials is one of the foremost areas of research today at the global level and contributions from India are making their stride but still a lot remains to be done to achieve international recognition and/or utilit...

 
Limp Bizkit to perform in India

New Delhi, Jan 7: American rock band Limp Bizkit is set to perform in India as part of the Fly Music Festival, to be held here on February 16-17. Fly Music Festival, organised by Percept Live, a global entertainment venture of Percept Ltd, will bring together popular bands like Limp Bizkit, Anthrax, The Wailers (original band of Bob Marley) and The Doors (original band of Jim Morrison) on one plat...

 
Imran finds it scary to work with Pankaj Kapur

Mumbai, Jan 7: Actor Imran Khan, who is sharing celluloid space with Pankaj Kapoor for the first time in Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, says working with the veteran actor can be unnerving. “Pankaj-ji is a fantastic actor, but working with him is very scary,” Imran said here on Saturday during a promotional event for his film.  “As soon as the director says action, he explodes ...

 
Ranbir hails singers, says they contribute a lot in actor's life

Mumbai, Jan 7: Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, who has been roped in to play the main lead in a biopic on legendary performer Kishore Kumar, feels that a singer must be given due credit as he plays a very important role in an actor’s life. “Kishore Kumar has sung for my father so many times. While doing Bachna Ae Haseeno, I got an opportunity to sing a few lines of his (Kishore Kumar) s...

 
Priyanka is my favourite actress: Arjun Kapoor

Mumbai, Jan 7: Actor Arjun Kapoor is in complete awe of Priyanka Chopra and her performance in Barfi!, and says she is his favourite actress of the year. “Best actress this year (2012) is Priyanka Chopra. She has done terrific work in Barfi!. She has done a wonderful work. So, she has to be my favourite actress for this year,” the 28-year-old said here on Sunday at the red carpet of Ze...

 
Matru... gets U/A-certificate, Bhardwaj happy

New Delhi, Jan 7: Vishal Bhardwaj’s forthcoming rustic drama Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola has been cleared wuth a U/A certificate by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The filmmaker is glad the movie will reach a wider audience. “I’ve always wanted my films to reach out to a wider audience. Finally with Matru..., not restricted by the A rating, I’ll be able to do...

 
Kai Po Che! actors take viewers behind the scenes

Mumbai, Jan 7: Actors Sushant Singh Rajput, Rajkumar Yadav and Amit Sadh of Kai Po Che! have directed some behind-the-scenes footage, which will be shared with viewers in the DVD of the film. “All the three boys became very good friends during the shoot and they decided to shoot some behind-the-scenes footage about their camaraderie. These boys are multi-faceted,” Kai Po Che! director ...

 
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 Arunachal News
TAH affected people seek Rijiju’s intervention
Police arrest opium peddler
Inferno claims one
 Meghalaya News
Heavy rains affect normal life; several dead in Garo Hills; NDRF team to reach today
MIPRL to go ahead with indefinite ’economic strike’
 Northeast News
CBI to grill former Tripura editor
Woman gives birth to five babies
Workshop on disaster management held for school students
Bill torched
 Cachar News
’Quality of work of Silchar–University Road raises question’
’4,000 residents of Singerband threatened by Barak erosion’
Preparations begin for BUBSOSS’ 26th convention
’Recitation of Chandi brings peace, happiness and tranquility in life’
 National News
How can host Obama eat when guest Modi would be on fast?
Court agrees to hear plea on 2G case whistleblower identity
Saradha scam: CBI quizzes Congress MP Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury
NCP firm on alliance with Congress – and 144 seats
 International News
’Pakistan army chief exposed Imran–Qadri–US conspiracy’
Bangladesh empowers parliament to sack SC judges
Pakistan appoints new ISI chief, 5 army commanders
’Scotland could still declare independence’
 State-1
AAIWTES protest hits ferry services
New ACTA committee of Dibrugarh zone formed
Silver jubilee of Bilasipara Civil subdivision
Chinese company to construct APL’s acetic acid plant
 State-2
Newly constructed park inaugurated
Five–day long training camp underway
Bhaba Medhi remembered
Amiya Devi (Biti Ba) – A tribute
 Local Sports
NEUFC too play warm up matches in Goa
Second quarter washed out
VAG in final
 Sports
Confident Indian men face lowly Oman
Federer to lead IPTL’s India franchise
Bindra announces retirement
KKR beat Lahore Lions
 Editorial
As Modi Prepares to Leave for the US
Bolstering the Securities Market: Difficult but Possible
No–frills Modi gives new touch to Indian diplomacy
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Why BJP lost? No anti Gandhi anger to harvest
Sachin Pilot silences detractors with Rajasthan victories
The Art of Praising
 
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