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(Photo: WN / Imran Nissar)Praying for Gazans, Indian Muslims celebrated Eid with fervor
Kashmiri muslims offer congregate Eid-ul-Fitr prayers during Eid-al-Fitr festival at Hazratbal in Srinagar Tuesday on 29, July 2014....Full Story

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(Photo: WN / Imran Nissar)Anti-Israel protests rock Kashmir valley on Id
Kashmiri protestors calsh with Security Forces in Khudwani area of Kulgam district of South Kashmir 70 kms From Srinagar on Sunday 20, July 2014. At least five persons including a policeman were injured on Sunday in clashes between protesters and security forces in Kulgam district, where a youth was allegedly killed in CRPF firing....Full Story

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Sridevi not part of Tamil-remake of Drishyam
Refuting rumours that Sridevi will be seen essaying an important role in yet-untitled Tamil remake of "Drishyam", its director Jeetu Joseph says that the Bollywood actress is "not part of the project". | "We haven't finalised the casting yet and Sridevi is not part of t...Full Story
Safety tips for schoolgirls
BHUBANESWAR: Jolted by a schoolgirl's rape in Bangalore, police are fine-tuning a safety advisory for students in the city. | A senior police officer will visit schools from August 1 to sensitize students, mostly girls, on the safety precautions. | "Both students and te...Full Story
Arabian nights on the cool sands of Kizhakkarai
Arabu-Tamil, a synthesis of Arabic and Tamil, was born out of inter actions between Arab traders and Tamils in the coastal towns of TamilNadu in 7th century AD. Though it is extinct as a spoken language, remnants of the language in written form can be found in a few Mus...Full Story
Mobile-Governance: How handset makers can play a big role
By Amar Babu | Managing Director, Lenovo India | The Indian mobile subscriber base is growing at a tremendous pace and is at second spot in the world after China. At the same time, Mobile Governance or M-Governance, that aims at delivering citizen-centric services using...Full Story
Maoist link cuffs on Swiss OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Thiruvananthapuram, July 29: Kerala police have arrested ...
Thiruvananthapuram, July 29: Kerala police have arrested a foreigner carrying a temporary Swiss passport after he allegedly attended an event held in the memory of a Maoist leader. | Jonadhan Valentine Fernando Claude, 24, was picked up yesterday from Valappad in Thriss...Full Story
Bangkok blip to holiday buzz Puja flights - New flights set for Puja take-off to ...
Bangkok is back as the airline favourite ahead of the Puja holiday season, with at least two new flights from Calcutta lined up to fill the void left by a series of withdrawals earlier this year. | Low-cost carrier SpiceJet is scheduled to start Calcutta-Bangkok flights...Full Story
‘Not all nurses keen to return from Libya’
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With the war in Libya intensifying, scores of nurses from Kerala have called Non-Resident Keralite Affairs (Norka) office here seeking evacuation from the conflict zone. According to sources in the ministry of external affairs, around 750 Indian nurs...Full Story
Burglars on a stealing spree in Madurai
MADURAI: Burglars went on a burgling spree in the city stealing 89 sovereigns of gold jewels from four houses on Monday. | In the biggest loot of the three, the gang struck at the house of a senior health official and took away 74 sovereigns of gold jewels. Police have ...Full Story
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Wed 30 Jul 2014
Interstate carjacking gang busted, eight held
The Times Of India THRISSUR: An accused in the sensational Paravur rape case was among eight persons arrested for selling vehicles hired from rent-a-car firms in the state. | The city police, who busted the interstate gang of car lifters, have recovered all 22 vehicles...
Now, CM Oommen Chandy wants to turn state into higher education hub
The Times Of India KOCHI: Chief minister Oommen Chandy said that the government plans to turn Kerala into an international education hub. He said though Kerala ranks top in the education sector, its performance in the higher education sector is relatively poor. | The C...
Swiss national arrested for attending pro-Maoists' meeting
The Times Of India THRISSUR: Kerala police on Monday night arrested a Swiss youth who attended pro-Left public meetings, including that of Maoist sympathisers in different parts of the state. | Police arrested 24-year-old Jonathan Baud after he addressed a meeting arra...
Government may challenge High court order on Munnar demolition
The Times Of India KOCHI: The state government is planning to challenge the Kerala high court's recent verdict that demolition of buildings and resumption of 'encroached government lands' in Munnar in 2007 was illegal. A final decision, however, will be taken once the ...
Swiss youth held for attending pro-Maoists’ meeting
The Times Of India THRISSUR: Kerala police on Monday night arrested a Swiss youth who attended pro-Left public meetings, including that of Maoist sympathisers in different parts of the state. | Police arrested 24-year-old Jonathan Baud after he addressed a meeting arra...
Cops land list of loan sharks, plan clean-up
The Times Of India CHENNAI: Looking to intensify their crackdown on usury, the Chennai police are preparing a list of 'active loan sharks' in the city who charge debtors exorbitant rates of interest, in many cases to force them to default to take possession of jeweller...
Calicut Development Authority moots land pooling scheme
The Times Of India KOZHIKODE: If everything goes according to the plan, then the city would witness massive infrastructure development taking place under the Land Pooling Scheme. | The Calicut Development Authority have been trying different options to carry out develo...
NH47 widening work comes to a standstill
The Times Of India ALAPPUZHA: The state government has stopped all the works related to land acquisition for the widening of the highway. | District collector N Padmakumar said, "We will start any work for the widening only after we receive a proper direction from the ...
Indians in the line of fire
The Hindu The killing of two Indian security guards by a Taliban suicide bomber during a recent attack on the Kabul airport, coupled with the successful evacuation from the line of fire of 40 nurses from Kerala, who were employed at a hospital in Tikrit in Ira...
Service with a smile on holiday
Khaleej Times For some, Eid means a welcome holiday, but for many, it means work as usual. Dhanusha Gokulan talks to people behind the scenes who make life go on without a hitch. | Eid means feasts, celebrations and spending time with one’s family and friend...
Indian nurses caught in the Libyan conflict
Khaleej Times Panic gripped the Indian nationals after incessant shelling rocked the area around Tripoli airport and elsewhere, in a two week-long battle since mid-July. | In a near replay of the incidents in Iraq, large numbers of Indian nurses are caught in spir...
Darshan shines for KSCA Colts
The Hindu M.B. Darshan (six for 45) triggered Andhra Cricket Association’s second-innings collapse, which paved the way for a nine-wicket victory for KSCA Colts in their KSCA K. Thimmappiah Memorial tournament match in Bangalore on Tuesday. | Andhra CA w...
Tue 29 Jul 2014
The Web Is Global, and Now There Are the Fonts to Prove It
Mashable If you mostly read English or other Romance or Germanic languages, you've been spoiled for choice with digital fonts. The Latin alphabet has long been the subject of intense typographical exploration, with thousands of fonts available in more s...
Maudany’s plea to offer Id prayers turned down
The Hindu The Bangalore city police turned down the plea of the People’s Democratic Party leader and an accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial blasts case, Abdul Nasser Maudany, to offer prayers at an Idgah in the city on Id-ul-Fitr. | Mr. Maudany, who is ...
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