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18 February, 2018 11:19 AM Giant replica of moon unveiled in Kolkata, thousands throng Victoria Memorial

The moon has descended on earth, that too in the city of Kolkata. The lawns of Victoria Memorial are flooded with the people who have gathered to witness the 3-D installation of the moon.  KOLKATA: The moon has descended on earth, that too in the city of Kolkata. The lawns of Victoria Memorial are flooded with the people who have gathered to witness 31

18 February, 2018 8:28 AM Six '70s Bollywood films That Would Work Even Now!

Can some filmmaker remake these please? Bollywood has been known to produce some iconic films in the late 70’s. If these films were given a re-run once again we are sure they will continue to set the box office registers clanging at the theaters. Here is our list. Written by Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar this was a huge hit in the late 70′s who went on to be iconic 29

16 February, 2018 7:17 PM Acupunture training by UK experts near Vijayawada

Four-day course will commence today The British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) will organise a foundation course in medical acupuncture at Thotapalli in Agiripalli mandal of Krishna district. The four-day course, said to be the first of its kind in the country, will start on February 17 at the Navaratna Siromani Bellam Health Centre of Heal Paradise 37

16 February, 2018 5:13 PM Liberty hails U.K. steel sector ‘milestone’

Group restarts electric arc furnace in Northern England that it had acquired from Tata Steel An electric arc furnace in northern England, acquired from Tata Steel by Sanjeev Gupta’s Liberty House Group, was reignited on Friday, in what the company describes as a “major milestone” in the revival of Britain’s steel industry. The N-Furnace, the larger of two electric 34

16 February, 2018 1:47 PM Oxfam chief: sex-abuse claims a “stain” on the organization

Reports that Oxfam staff members sexually exploited people in crisis zones are “a stain” that shames the charity, the organization’s chief said in an interview broadcast on Friday. Executive director Winnie Byanyima said she is appointing an independent commission to investigate the allegations that staff members used prostitutes in earthquake-ravaged 51

16 February, 2018 4:24 AM Kremlin rejects Britain's accusations of cyber attack

The Kremlin has rejected accusations that the Russian government was behind the "NotPetya" cyber attack of June 2017. Moscow: The Kremlin on Thursday rejected accusations by the British Foreign Office that the Russian government was behind the "NotPetya" cyber attack of June 2017. "We categorically reject such accusations and we consider them to be unsubstantiated 60

15 February, 2018 5:45 PM Archbishop Desmond Tutu Quits Oxfam Role Over Charity's Sex Scandal

The statement said that Desmond Tutu, 86, was retiring as an Oxfam global ambassador as he withdraws from many of his public commitments. Johannesburg: Retired archbishop and Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu announced Thursday that he had quit his role as an ambassador for Oxfam after the British charity was hit by sexual misconduct allegations. "The Archbishop 35

14 February, 2018 6:28 PM UK Court Jails Man For Life For Rape-Murder Of Indian-Origin Niece

London: A 33-year-old British-Pakistani man was today sentenced to life imprisonment by a UK court which found him guilty of kidnapping, raping and murdering his 20-year-old Indian-origin niece. Mujahid Arshid killed Celine Dookhran in a jealous rage by slitting her throat and then dumped her body into a freezer, the Old Bailey court here was told during 56

13 February, 2018 8:57 AM British warship to sail through disputed South China Sea

A British warship will sail from Australia through the disputed South China Sea next month to assert freedom of navigation rights, a senior official said today in a move likely to irk Beijing. China claims nearly all of the resource-rich waterway and has been turning reefs and islets into islands and installing military facilities such as runways and equipment 61

11 February, 2018 2:18 PM Condolences pour in for Asma Jehangir on Twitter

She was not only a symbol of bravery and strength for the people of Pakistan but also an inspiration for women across the globe. She headed the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and remained the Supreme Court Bar Association chairperson. She was also appointed as UN Rapporteur in the region during the 1990s. She remained in jail during the dictatorial 34