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Kerala indeed is God's own country

The big city life does hit you every now and then. And then stress, tiredness, mood swings, depression strike you hard. There is only one sure shot way to overcome all this problem-just take a break, go on a short and a quick trip. It doesn’t have to be pre planned; the spur of the moment trip is really therapeutic. ... Read More »

Over 50 Companies to participate in 30th Aryans Job Fest

(File Photo) Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges

Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh is going to organize its “30th Aryans Job Fest” on 27th August at Aryans Campus situated on Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, near Chandigarh. More than 50 Big and Small Companies are expected to participate in the Fest. For free online Registration visit Aryans Website i.e. Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while giving this information said that thousands of candidates from North India are expected to participate in the Fest. ... Read More »

Farhan Akhtar spotted with Ford’s upcoming car – Figo Aspire

Farhan Akhtar with upcoming Figo Aspire_

Mumbai Kabir Ali  Farhan Akhtar has been roped in by Ford as the face of its consumer campaign around its new car launch Figo Aspire. The ace director and versatile actor will don the role of an anchor for the campaign. Grapevine is that Farhan won the hearts of his crew members with his polite gestures. One of the crew ... Read More »

Diamond Toons partnered with Foxstar Studios for ‘Chacha Chaudhary and Mr. X’ comic


Diamond Toons, the publisher of the famous Chacha Chaudhary comic series have partnered with Fox Star Studios to integrate the comic-book on the upcoming sci-fi thriller movie starring Emraan Hashmi in and as Mr. X. The publisher would create a special edition integrating Chacha Chaudhary and Sabu with Mr. X – the special edition has been titled as Chacha Chaudhary ... Read More »

Mobile phone addicts more prone to mood swings


People who are addicted to their cell phones are more likely get mood swings, says a new study. According to the researchers at Baylor University in Texas, “moody and temperamental” extroverts were more likely to be hooked to their phones, and spend 10 hours a day on it, the Daily Express reported. Much like substance addictions, phone addiction may be an ... Read More »

Youth Employment


“Today’s young people are the best-educated and trained generation ever. In terms of employment, the expected inflow of young people into the labour market, rather than being viewed as a problem, should be recognized as presenting an enormous opportunity and potential for economic and social development.” Young women and men are invaluable assets that no country can afford to waste. ... Read More »

16-yr-old gangraped by five in UP


A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by five youths at Miranpur town in the district, police said. According to an FIR lodged by the victim’s sister, the five accused kidnapped the minor from her house yesterday and took her to a nearby place where she was gang-raped. The five are identified as Shakil, Javed, Wakil, Mintu, and Shadab, police said, ... Read More »

Home Ministry to launch security web portal


New Delhi Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has decided to launch a web portal ‘’ that will be a platform for innovation in the field of security related web applications. Any individual, company, student, NGO etc can develop and deploy on this portal such security applications which may be useful to the people. It will enable the general public to ... Read More »

CM gives IYSC inaugural a miss

Chandrababu Naidu

Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu did not attend the inaugural of the 6th Indian Youth Science Congress disappointing scores of students and agricultural scientists at the Acharya Nagarjuna University here on Monday. According to students, Mr. Naidu has been conscientiously avoiding stepping in the University ever since he took over in June, 2014. He had not entered the university on ... Read More »

Adivasi youth loses leg to December crossfire


Guwahati Bikash Tigga, a 22-year-old Adivasi who was shot in both legs by police on December 24, lost his severely-infected right leg on Monday after a team of doctors at a Delhi hospital conducted an above-the-knee amputation on him. Tigga, a resident of Monmohini tea estate in Sonitpur district, used to work as a wage labourer. He was shot when ... Read More »