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Secunderabad Railway Station first one to get ‪‎WiFi‬ facility in the SC Railways

Secunderabad Railway Station has become the first one to get ‪#‎WiFi‬ facility in the South Central Railways. Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has launched the Wi-Fi services for passengers on the occasion of beginning the Passenger Facilitation Fortnight today.

116th Birth Anniversary of Rebel Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam

The country is celebrating the 116th birth anniversary of the great revolutionary poet Kazi Nazrul Islam today. Nazrul fought against British rule, casteism, religious bigotry, women's' oppression, and other social evils. Nazrul's impassioned activism for political and social justice earned him the title of 'The Rebel Poet'.

Amazing youngest sibling cricketers from Mumbai Sarfaraz and Musheer Khan

Amazing youngest sibling cricketers from Mumbai Sarfaraz and Musheer Khan.
Musheer Khan, 9 year old playing for Dadar took 9 wickets in just 14 overs against Virar center.
Musheer also made a hat-trick while taking 9 wickets. Musheer Khan is younger brother of 17 year old Sarfaraz Khan who is again the youngest IPL player, playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Musheer also had an eventful batting in the match and scored 48 in 152 balls.

A wonderful group of Kashmiri girls in traditional Pheran performing the Kashmiri folk dance.

A wonderful group of Kashmiri girls in traditional Pheran performing the Kashmiri folk dance.

Visually impaired Delhi boy scores 91.4% in CBSE boards

Visually impaired Delhi boy scores 91.4% in CBSE boards. (Tapas Bhardwaj)

Dark side of Jammu and Kashmir police

Dark side of Kashmir police.
Hamid Nazir Bhat, 16, has lost vision in his right eye pierced by pellets, and nearly a hundred of these tiny iron balls have pierced his skull, jaws, lips, nose and brain. The police fired them during a protest in his village, Palhalan, in north Kashmir on 21st may 2015.

The high-velocity pellets caused a vitreous haemorrhage in the right eye, and now his left eye holds out the only hope, Waseem Rashid, an ophthalmologist at Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences.
The doctors say several patients have over a hundred pellets lodged in their skulls because they were hit from a distance of less than two feet with guns aimed at their faces.
According to the resident Dr. Rashid: over the five years since the mass protests in 2010, he had seen scores of such cases. But no definite record is available on the number of people disabled by pellet guns; doctors at the Bemina hospital and Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital put the figure at more than 700.
“And unfort…

Poem by Harivansh Rai Bacchan

Poem by Harivansh Rai Bacchan.

First Indian Lady doctor Anandi Joshi

Anandi Joshi, first Indian Lady doctor.

TV serials 90s kids must have watched

TV serials 90s kids must have watched.

IAF tested fighter plane landing near Mathura on Agra Delhi Yamuna Expressway

A Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force successfully landed on the Yamuna Expressway near Mathura as part of trials to use national highways for emergency landing. The Air Force has plans to activate more such stretches on highways in the future.

Muslim youth denied job by company that says it hires only 'non-Muslim candidates'.

Muslim youth denied job by company that says it hires only 'non-Muslim candidates'.


Maryam Asif Siddiqui, aged 12 who won a Bhagavad Gita Competition organized by ISKCON

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee meeting with Ms. Maryam Asif Siddiqui, aged 12 who won a Bhagavad Gita Competition organized by ISKCON along with her parents from Thane, Maharashtra at Rashtrapati Bhavan on May 22, 2015.

Hindu Muslim brotherhood in India

One of the most talked about topic in India is nothing but the love and clashes between India's Hindus and Muslims.
Recently one such example of brotherhood, love and understanding seen in Bihar, were Muslims (Ainamul Haque and others owners of Land) donated their land to make the world's largest temple.
The said temple is to be built in east champaran area of Motihari district, Bihar.
The temple is said to be designed on the basis of Ankorvaat of Combodia. The temple going to be built will be double the size of Ankorvaat and will be built in 200 acre area. It is also said once completed 25000 devotees can pray inside the temple area.



Style Icon Sonam Kapoor at Cannes red carpet

Sonam Kapoor walked the Cannes red carpet again, in Ellie Saab couture this time, the actor got mixed reaction for her, erm, feathery look.

India's 4th anti-submarine warfare ship Kavaratti

The fourth anti-submarine warfare ship for the Indian Navy was launched in Kolkata today. The ship named as ‘Kavaratti`has been built by Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Limited (GRSE).

Hectic schedule at Indian IT companies

What happens in most of the service based Indian IT companies, after employees get a tight schedule and overloaded assignments.

Amazingly parked car by an Indian driver

Amazingly parked car by an Indian driver.

Aruna Shanbaug dies after battling 42 years in coma

Mumbai’s King Edward Memorial Hospital nurse Aruna Shanbaug passed away in Mumbai this morning, losing her 42-years of battle to coma and other complicated medical conditions. Aruna had been in vegetative state for the last 42 years. 66-year old Shanbaug developed the complicated medical condition after she was sexually assaulted by a hospital ward boy on November 27, 1973.

Women carrying coal, they sell these coals to earn their livelihood

Women carrying coal, they sell these coals to earn their livelihood. (India)

Ice Shiv Lingam in Amarnath Cave

Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Shiva. The cave is situated at an altitude of 3,888 mtr about 141 km from Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir and reached through Pahalgam town. The shrine forms an important part of Hinduism and is considered to be one of the holiest shrines buy Hindus. The cave is surrounded by snowy mountains. The cave itself is covered with snow most of the year except for a short period of time in summer when it is open for pilgrims. Thousands of Hindu devotees make an annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave on challenging mountainous terrain to see an ice stalagmite formed inside the cave.

A Sikh man removes turban to help a bleeding child

A Sikh man (Harman Singh) broke religious protocol by removing his turban to help a profusely bleeding child following a road accident in New Zealand.

STOP violence against stray dogs

Shahrukh and Abram conversation after KKR lost to RR on 16th May 2015 in IPL 8

Shahrukh and Abram conversation after KKR lost to RR on 16th May 2015 in IPL 8.


Chhattisgarh IAS officer Amit Kataria with PM Narendra Modi

Chhattisgarh IAS officer Amit Kataria with PM Narendra Modi. Kataria got notice/warning by the state's Chief Minister for meeting with the PM Narendra Modi with dark glasses on, saying he broke dress code conduct. In response to the notice IAS officers Association defending Bastar DM, condemns notice Says there's no dress code in Civil Services manual


Kochi hospital transplants both hands of former afghan soldier

HELPING HANDS: KOCHI HOSPITAL TRANSPLANTS BOTH HANDS OF FORMER AFGHAN SOLDIER

In a marathon surgery procedure lasting almost 15 hours, Kochi-based Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre successfully performed twin-hand transplant on an ex-Army captain from Afghanistan, who had lost both his hands in a de-mining operation.

It could be the first case of twin-hand transplant in Afghanistan. Four months back, another twin-hand transplant was done at the hospital, which was claimed as the first such transplant in India.
The former military captain Abdul Rahim, 30, had lost both hands while diffusing mines in the war-torn country three years ago.
The transplant was carried out in a marathon surgical feat lasting for almost 15 hours with more than 20 surgeons and eight anaesthetics participating in the procedure. Prof Subramania Iyer, head of the plastic surgery department, said each hand required connecting two bones, two arteries, four veins and 14 tendons.
The donor was a 54-…

Responsible citizen caring for his dog with proper road safety measures

Amazing pictures from Delhi, India