110 Mexican women pose nude for US photographer

Early on Thursday morning, the women gathered to participate in the creative project

San Miguel de Allende (Mexico): As many as 110 women posed nude as a group here for US photographer Spencer Tunick, who conducted a photo shoot with the theme of Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Early on Thursday morning, the women gathered to participate in the creative project With just a strip of flowers around their necks, women of all ages braved More...

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The two were part of a conspiracy to steal money using reloadable debit cards
By IANS On Thursday, October 30th, 2014
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Indian American duo charged in $5.8 mn debit card scam

Newark: Two Indian Americans have been charged with conspiring to extort victims to load prepaid debit cards with funds that were stolen as part of a scam running into over $5.8 million. The two were part of a conspiracy More...

The Mukherjee panel in its report concluded that Bose did not die in the alleged air crash of 1945
By IANS On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
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Modi asked for new panel to unravel Netaji disappearance mystery

Kolkata: Claiming the finds of the Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry into the disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose were “incomplete”, a city based organisation has written to Prime Minister More...

It (the decision of open court hearing of review petitions) will also apply where a review petition is already dismissed
By IANS On Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
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SC rejects Nithari killer’s plea

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the plea by Nithari killer Surinder Koli seeking recall of the judgment upholding his death sentence in Rimpa Haldar murder case. It (the decision of open court hearing More...

She has been in jail for the last 23 years. She was awarded death sentence by the trial court on January 28, 1998
By IANS On Monday, October 27th, 2014
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SC dismisses Nalini’s plea over release

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea by S Nalini Srikaran, undergoing life imprisonment in the Rajiv Gandhi killing, who had challenged a provision in the law that mandates the state government More...

Previously, surgeons relied on donor hearts from brain-dead patients whose hearts were still beating
By IANS On Friday, October 24th, 2014
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Australian surgeons transplant ‘dead’ heart

Sydney: Australian surgeons said on Friday that they have made a major breakthrough by making a dead heart beat again and successfully using it in a transplant. Previously, surgeons relied on donor hearts from brain-dead More...

Harshit completed the trek to the base point at an altitude of 5,380 metres despite heavy snowfall
By IANS On Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
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Five-year-old Indian treks up to Everest base camp

Patna: The parents of five-year-old Harshit Saumitra, the youngest climber to reach the base camp of Mount Everest, are trying to register their son’s name in thed Guinness World Records and Limca Book of More...

Belgian media on Tuesday charged that the Sikh temple “appears to operate as a magnet for Indians staying in Belgium illegally”
By IANS On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
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Gurdwara closed in Belgium

Brussels: The mayor of the town of Vilvoorde in Belgium, Hans Bonte, has ordered the closure of the local gurdwara, Guru Nanak Sahib, for one month. Belgian media on Tuesday charged that the Sikh temple “appears More...

Being an army officer’s wife, she frequently travels and wants to work as an event manager or anchor
By IANS On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
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Army officer’s wife wins beauty pageant

New Delhi: Aman Grewal, wife of an army officer, was declared the winner of Haut Monde Mrs India Worldwide 2014 here. Being an army officer’s wife, she frequently travels and wants to work as an event manager More...

The border security office should prepare a report regarding the damaged border pillars and it should be sent to the higher bodies
By IANS On Monday, October 20th, 2014
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India to reconstruct pillars on India-Nepal border

Kathmandu: A senior Indian security official on Monday said India will take the initiative for the reconstruction of damaged border pillars on the India-Nepal border. The border security office should prepare a More...