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Vyapam scam: Cong protests, demands CM's resignation 7.7.2015 Times Now: Home

Vyapam scam: Cong protests, demands CM's resignationMounting pressure on the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh over the Vyapam scam, Youth Congress on Tuesday (July 7) staged statewide protests demanding a CBI probe into the scandal and resignation of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.


Looking forward to interacting with Indologists, students in Tashkent: PM Modi (Update) 7.7.2015 Sify News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said he was looking forward to interacting with Indologists, Hindi language students and Indian community members in Tashkent.
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RSS up in arms over drive to raze temples on metro route 7.7.2015 Hindustan Times: India
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh RSS has finally woken up to the Vasundhara Raje governments drive to raze temples among other structures to make way for Jaipur ...
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KSA urges 7.7.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
KSA urges
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The 'Hopoate' tackle: what exactly is Glenn Lazarus threatening to do to Tony Abbott? 7.7.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

The senator says he’s prepared to use squirrel grips, crushers and ‘John Hopoate’ tackles on the PM in protest over CSG. Unclear how serious this is? Read on

The Queensland senator and former rugby league great Glenn Lazarus has threatened to give Tony Abbott a “John Hopoate tackle” unless the prime minister heeds community concerns about coal seam gas.

The former Palmer United party member, affectionately known as the brick with eyes, leant on his knowledge of league’s dark arts at a CSG protest in Queensland to list a host of other shocking techniques he was also prepared to use on Abbott to get his attention.

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Bold and beautiful body art 7.7.2015 Rediff: News
The weird and wonderful world of body art is on display in Austria.
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Learning the 'E' way 7.7.2015 DNA: Money
In just a little ten months learnsocial.com has made it to the list of India's top 5,000 e-learning sites, which is "no mean feat," tells us e-learning expert, Yuvraj K Sharma. He finds that "the website is matching up to what's available and its low bounce-off rate indicates that people are finding it useful". At present, the top e-learning portals include: khanacademy.org for school students; coursera.org and edx.org that offer a wide and eclectic range of courses for students as well as professionals; lynda.com and udacity.com that have a focused-approach for career upgradation. What's Working Broad Appeal: With 291 IT courses, 213 business-related, 47 academic, 22 focused on languages (ranging from English, Arabic and Russian to German, Mandarin, Japanese), 71 on arts and creativity, 47 dedicated to exams preparations (GMAT, SAT, GRE, IELTS, CMA, CFA, etc.) and about 144 courses offering diverse options ranging from neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and health to communication and disaster ...
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Vyapam scam: BJP defends Chouhan; urges HC, SIT to ensure students are not booked 7.7.2015 TOI: India
With Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan coming under increased fire from the opposition on the Vyapam scam, the central BJP leadership came out in his support and said the party was open to a probe by any agency including ...
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Minority card? Nitish, Lalu to attend Eid dinner 7.7.2015 TOI: Home
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and RJD supremo Lalu Prasad are likely to attend a post-Eid dinner in Delhi to be hosted by leading Muslim organization Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH) on July 22.
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Congress to protest outside Sampla's house over AIIMS in Bathinda 7.7.2015 TOI: Chandigarh Times
Punjab Congress has announced to stage a sit-in outside the residence of Union minister Vijay Sampla here to protest against the state government's decision to set up AIIMS in Bathinda instead of Doaba region as was earlier ...
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Monet and Matisse to feature in modern garden exhibition 7.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Painting the Modern Garden aims to be popular and scholarly, and will include some spectacular loans, says curator

If French farmers had prevailed, the world may never have seen some of the most popular and revered paintings in the world: Monet’s waterlilies.

“They were very suspicious of these strange aquatic plants that they heard Monet was going to plant,” said Ann Dumas, a curator at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. “They think they are going to poison the water and kill their cattle.”

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Drive Patna: State-of-the-art traffic signal system in city by October 7.7.2015 TOI: Patna
Drive Patna: State-of-the-art traffic signal system in city by October
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'Relationships driven not by needs but by values, emotions': PM Modi 7.7.2015 Sify News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that relationships are driven not just by needs but by values and emotions over India's relationship with Uzbekistan.
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THE POWER OF YOGA 6.7.2015 Star of Mysore
THE POWER OF YOGA
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VoxPop ties up with international design community Threadless 6.7.2015 TOI: India Business
Online t-shirt retailer VoxPop on Monday announced its tie-up with Chicago-based online community of designers Threadless which will enable the e-tailer to crowdsource designs from a range of international artist community.
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Amazon India records high growth in music category 6.7.2015 ET: Infotech
Amazon had launched its 'musical instruments & professional audio store' as a part of its music category in November 2014.
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An insider’s guide to Zagreb: Greenery, Germanisms and suburban punk 6.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Cannons with Twitter accounts and dystopian parodies about ticket inspectors – Zagreb’s culture mixes the old with the new, from graffiti jams in former pharmaceutical factories to a film festival in a forest

Funicular, fuliranje and farmers’ markets

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Four states, one strategy: How Cong is trying to pin down BJP CMs 6.7.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Allegations of the corruption against the chief ministers of BJPruled Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh have given the beleaguered opposition party which suffered its worst electoral defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections the handle to attack Modi after he praised his government for a graftfree year in ...
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BCCI will extend help to Manipur 6.7.2015 The Assam Tribune
BCCI will extend help to Manipur
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Archibald prize entries depict different shades of Jacqui Lambie 6.7.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

The independent senator for Tasmania – alternately draped in the Australian flag and dressed in khaki – is the subject of two entries in this year’s Archibald prize

Impressions of Jacqui Lambie by two artists have been submitted to the prestigious Archibald prize competition, each portraying different shades of the independent senator.

Depicting Lambie draped in an Australian flag, painter Phillip McKay of Tasmania said his final piece is a little different to what the senator, whom McKay has known for four years, had in mind.

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