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Fashionandyou.com’s “I Love PINK” campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness garners an exciting response

New Delhi, October 20 2014:  Fashionandyou.com, India’s most loved fashion and lifestyle flash e-retailer initiated the ‘I Love PINK” campaign in association with India’s leading lifestyle magazine, Elle. The campaign undertaken to spread awareness about Breast Cancer was a resounding success with people participating and supporting the associated activities with full fervor. It was conducted on campus, on their site as well as ... Read More »

New York’s Queens Museum exhibiting Hindu deities

Queens Museum in New York is displaying various Hindu deities in its “Sacred Waters” exhibition, which is open till November two. It includes a collection of Hindu offerings from Jamaica Bay, with plaques informing the significance of the each deity. Museum is also celebrating Diwali, Hindu festival of lights, on October 18, which includes lighting of 3000 candles, mehndi, art ... Read More »

A minor boy sodomized in Delhi

A 11 year old boy from Jagat puri, east delhi was sodomized by his neighbour, who is on run, now. Accused Shamshad threatened the boy with dire consequences if he disclosed it in front of anyone. When child however, told his parents, they lodged the complaint against the accused. Read More »

Home and kins most unsafe atmosphere for women

Police says – Steep rise in crime against teenagers, school going girls and women (rape, teasing and molestation) in last some years. 2276 cases registered this year 1375 crimes took place inside home 658 happened on roads 32 happened in market 1375 women knew the accused In 375 cases, the accused are kins or relatives 509 are strangers Above stats ... Read More »

STUDENTS TURN GREEN WARRIORS

Bangalore: October 15, 2014: The Canadian International School, Bangalore hosted Green Conference at its campus which brought together around 70 young environmentalists from various schools across Bangalore. The central theme of the conference was water and the need to conserve every drop of it. The CIS Green Conference aimed to bring students from across Bangalore to strategize and sensitize environmental concerns of today ... Read More »

TERRORISM: ITS IMPLICATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

“It’s not the bullet with my name on it that worries me. It’s the one that says “To whosoever it may concern.” Terrorism is not new, even though it has been used since the beginning of recorded history; it has been relatively hard to define. Terrorism has been described variously as both a tactic and strategy; a crime and a ... Read More »

Construction sector

In a developing country like India, infrastructure plays a vital role for easy import and export of goods and commodities. India lacks good infrastructure and the prime reason being lack of skilled labours, delayed clearances from environmental and other boards for the projects. So Indian government has decided to focus more on infrastructure development now and has decided to hasten ... Read More »

UNITY IS STRENGHT

‘U-N-I-T-Y’ is just not an ordinary five letters word. Many a battles have been won, territories have been conquered and unnumbered impossible tasks have been made possible. Such is the power of this small word. History has been its witness and the Present vouches for it. There lies an impeccable amount of virtue, strength and fearlessness beneath this word. It ... Read More »

Swami Vivevakanand stood for women’s equality.India now and then.

     “The idea of womanhood is perfect Independence” In just six or seven words Swami Vivekananda has said something which we mortals have still not understood. Though our country had attained independence way back in 1947 but the women of our country are yet to. It is an irony of fate that women in our country who have been ... Read More »

DECLINING CHILD SEX RATIO: A CHALLENGE FOR SOCIETY

A girl child brings joy, she is no less than a boy.-Prince Carter India continues to experience a drastic fall in the child sex ratio (CSR), calculated as the number of girls per 1000 boys in the 0-6 age group. The decline is widespread across the country, and has expanded to rural and tribal areas as well. Child sex ratio ... Read More »

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