Sunday, February 28, 2016
Kalam’s scientific advisor enters politics! GUPP: NO TO POVERTY! ILLITERACY! DISEASES! SUFFERINGS! YES TO HOUSING /INCOME/ GOOD HEALTH/ HAPPINESS TO ALL!
Kalam’s scientific advisor enters politics: V. Ponraj, scientific advisor to former president APJ Abdul Kalam, on Saturday announced his entry to politics. He would declare the name of the party and hoist its flag after paying tributes at Abdu
Friday, February 26, 2016
Pakistan military provides weapons, training to ISIS in Afghanistan: Pakistan’s military provides weapons and training to ISIS militants in Afghanistan and instructs them to kill the “infidel” Afghan forces, according to the terror group’s fighters who laid down their
Monday, February 22, 2016
How does the US choose its President?: In November 2016, the United States of America will choose a new leader after a drawn-out and extensive campaign. So, who can become President? Who gets to pick the presidential candidate for each
Hindi is beautiful but is a regional language: Adoor Gopalakrishnan! GUPP: NEVER IMPOSE HINDI(32% SPEAKERS ONLY) ON OTHERS! IF NOT OTHERS MAY JOIN CHINA SOON!
Hindi is beautiful but is a regional language: Adoor Gopalakrishnan: National Award-winning filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan on Sunday said though Hindi was a “beautiful language” and it should be counted as a regional one, it should not be imposed on others.
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Elderly man offers free yoga classes in China: A 72-year-old Chinese man is offering free yoga classes to middle-aged and elderly people and believes that it could become one of the most popular exercises for senior citizens. Yue Mingchao, a resi
Monday, February 15, 2016
U.S. boy gifts flowers to every girl in school for V-Day: In a heart-warming gesture, a teenager in the United States gifted flowers to over 800 girls in his school for Valentine’s Day after saving money by doing odd jobs. Seventeen-year-old Hayden Godfrey’
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Sikh teen pens book on bullying of community kids in U.S.: A Sikh-American teenager has penned a book about bullying of children from the community in the U.S. based on his experiences and that of others to raise awareness on the issue. Karanveer Singh Pannu
Pachauri hit by another sexual harassment charge: Two days after The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) announced the appointment of R.K. Pachauri as its executive vice-chairman, a former woman staffer has come out with a detailed statement of th
Monday, February 8, 2016
East versus north: Bengaluru isn’t same for foreign students: Cyrille N’gbesso, a student from Ivory Coast, had his first brush with India at Bhyrathi Cross, a peri-urban village in northeast Bengaluru, when he came to the city two years ago. But learning it th
Don’t politicise TPP: China to U.S.: China has warned the United States not to politicise international trade following comments by President Barack Obama as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a U.S.-led free trade deal in the Asia-Pac
Taking pride in prejudice: It is a time of denial. Barely a month has passed with many flatly refusing to accept that Rohith Vemula’s suicide had something to do with caste discrimination. Now, some politicians are claiming th
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Books on Gandhi worth Rs 2.5 lakh sold in a week: Books worth around Rs 2.5 lakh, written on and by Mahatma Gandhi, were sold in a week-long exhibition-cum-sale organised by Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal here to commemorate death anniversary of the Father
Friday, February 5, 2016
Canada Defence Minister heckled with ‘racist’ remarks! GUPP: RACISM EVERY WHERE! IT NEVER DIES AS IGNORANCE,ARROGANSE,JEALOUSY, IDIOTISM,HATRED & UNWANTED FEAR ARE STILL EXISTING AS DARK FORCES!
Canada Defence Minister heckled with ‘racist’ remarks: Canada’s first Sikh Defence Minister, Harjit Sajjan, was heckled in Parliament with an Opposition member shouting that MPs needed an “English-to- English” translation as he spoke, an act dubbed as “r
A racist turn in Bengaluru: Less than four months after an Australian man was violently harassed for sporting a tattoo of an Indian goddess, Bengaluru is in the news again, for sinking to new lows of bigotry and vigilantism. Th
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Obama to make first visit of his presidency to a US mosque: U.S. President Barack Obama will make his first visit to a U.S. mosque on Wednesday, and it comes at a time when Muslim-Americans say they’re confronting unprecedented levels of bias. Mr. Obama will
India, Brunei discuss South China Sea dispute: Brunei on Tuesday held discussion with an Indian delegation led by Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea which has the potential to affect free maritime tra