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Screenplay will tackle social issues: ex-investment banker
Chetan Bhagat shot to fame with his coming-of-age tale "Five Point Someone" in 2004 - written at night while he kept up his financial day job - which became a huge commercial hit and spawned a raft of Indian campus novels.
13 hrs ago
Caught in traffic jam, Gadkari says situation is bad
Union minister Nitin Gadkari was caught in a traffic jam near Kherki Daula toll plaza, 43 km from Delhi, Friday, prompting him to say the traffic situation is very bad.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Times of India
AirAsia to launch flights to Jaipur, Chandigarh from Sept
Nasscom said this is mainly because fewer women are promoted to supervisory roles.
Three prisoners killed in Rajasthan jail clash
Three prisoners were killed - one gunned down and two others beaten to death - in a clash between members of two gangs in a jail in Rajasthan's Bikaner Thursday, police said.
Shiv Sena MP force-feeding Muslim: Activists protest in Jaipur
Muslim activists on Thursday staged protests here against Shiv Sena for force-feeding a fasting Muslim employee at Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi last week.
AirAsia India to fly to Jaipur and Chandigarh
Budget passenger carrier AirAsia India Thursday said it will start its operations in North India from Sep 5 next with flights to Jaipur and Chandigarh.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Rape finger at minister on TV
New Delhi, July 22: Face hidden by a dupatta , the 20-year-old sat fidgeting as television cameras rolled around her.
Ex-Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot refutes allegations by Vasundhara Raje...
Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday defended the financial management of his government saying it was remarkable.
See India for less and develop a taste for Yorkshire: Travel deals
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
The Indian Express
Two brothers among six from Bhatkal in Afghanistan
Sultan Armar's role as a recruiter for terrorist operations emerged recently following the arrest of three youths in Rajasthan.
Hillary Clinton needs time to craft message
On Wednesday, July 16, President Bill Clinton visited Jaipur, India, as the first stop on his eight-day trip touring Clinton Foundation-supported projects in Southeast Asia.
What we can learn from the French fashion scene
It was a pleasure and a treat to experience one of the most well-known trade exhibitions in the field of fashion, 'Who's next - spring summer 2015 edition,' at Paris.
Unforgettable in India: the hammock, the infinity pool and the swing
Many were marbled mausoleums; some were undistinguished - a place to put a toothbrush for the night; then there were those both unique and unforgettable.
MBA Grads start Poochka & Co to take pani puri to High Streets
This famous street chat is popular across cities in India and one can hardly resist the temptation of having a plate or two.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
VHP leader Praveen Togadia launches India Health Line in Jaipur
Taking forward his socio-medical project, VHP leader Dr Praveen Togadia today launched India Health Line in Rajasthan aiming to provide free health facilities to the people across the country.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Lisa Haydon becomes 'bride' for couture show
Model and actress Lisa Haydon walked down the Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers India Couture Week ramp here flaunting a contemporary bridal lehenga designed by Monisha Jaisingh.
Brands Showcase Best in Diamond Jewelry at India Intl. Jewellery Week
On the third day of the India International Jewellery Week 2014, attendees were treated to best of branded diamond jewelry collections.
South China Morning Post
Bill Clinton warns Israel on 'isolating itself from world opinion'
Ex-president warns Israel over isolation because of its actions in response to missile strikes by Hamas from the Gaza Strip Former US president Bill Clinton greets students as he visits a government school in Jaipur, India on Wednesday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Server-in-Chief Bill Clinton visits school lunch program in India
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton serves meals to children on a visit to India, highlighting a school lunch program that feeds more than one million children a day.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Tantriks promised to help Mumbai couple conceive, duped them of Rs 4.85 L
After the first set of 'rituals' failed to work, the two accused handed the childless couple chillies and lemon in a pot, and asked them to cough up Rs 4.5 lakh for it A childless couple based in south Mumbai were duped of Rs 4.85 lakh, after another couple, posing as tantriks, promised to help them conceive.