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The all-new BMW ActiveHybrid 7, the most efficient way to experience luxury and dynamics, was launched today at Bird Automotive, the BMW dealership in Gurgaon.
Hello everybody I captured this image at the end of October, 2009 when I traveled Benaras.
If Justice Katju had desired change, the better way was to approach the new government, and the new law minister, says N Sathiya Moorthy.
The application was developed by the tourism ministry to familiarize tourists about a particular city before they decide to visit it and to give them every important information so that they don't have to seek directions from people.
The Himachal Pradesh High Court has asked the state government whether Shimla still retains the tag of a pedestrian city where the walkers have the right to walk freely.
In yet another sign of the growing people-to-people ties between India and South Korea, a bronze bust of Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled in the South Korean city of Busan to mark the inauguration of an Indian Cultural Centre.
"Does the Rajdhani Express go to Assam?" I thought I had heard something wrong. When the question was repeated, I knew I heard it right.
One of the many reasons repeat passengers lov e Silversea its constant innovations.
MGNREGA will have sanitation projects to reduce open defecation, increasing green cover and emphasis on creating assets form the crux.
File: A girl recharges her smart card after the launch of ticket reader-cum-add value machine at Barakhamba metro station in New Delhi.
Homi Adajania 's upcoming bollywood movie Finding Fanny is in news again! Produced by Saif Ali Khan and Dinesh Vijan under the Illuminati Films banner , the official trailer of Finding Fanny released recently.
BEATLES IN RISHIKESH: The Beatles put this city on the map in 1968 when they stayed at the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram, where they are said to have written most of the White Album.
These exits come less than six months of the US FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg's India visit, during which she had promised to expand operations here.
July 20: The Gaza conflict and the change of guard since the general election seem to have taken a toll on Delhi's political iftar scene.
A global airport logistics firm, blocked from doing business in India because of its links to Pakistan, was trying to circumvent the government's security concerns with the help of the politically-connected businessman Moin Qureshi, HT can reveal.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 04:04 am
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