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Delhi government aims at establishing 42 Eco-forests

Delhi government aims at establishing 42 Eco-forests

August 20, 2016

Aiming to increase green cover area in the Indian capital, the Delhi government is working on the development of 42 city forests in the city.

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New Delhi’s numerous hit-and-run cases

New Delhi’s numerous hit-and-run cases

August 13, 2016

Delhi has been a major hotspot for accidents, especially in the recent past. A lot of people lose their lives as the city is increasingly turning a blind eye towards the victims. Witnessing the seriousness of the situation, the government will soon provide incentives for saving a...

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India celebrates its 70th Independence Day

India celebrates its 70th Independence Day

August 12, 2016

It was15th August 1947, British declared India as an Independent and free nation. Since then, India has been celebrating this day with zeal and zest. Media India Group team visited the spot for the event preparations this year and captured the glittering Presidential residen...

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Actress Madhuri Dixit Launches MAA, “Mother’s Absolute Affection”

Actress Madhuri Dixit Launches MAA, “Mother’s Absolute Affection”

August 12, 2016

“MAA-Mother’s Absolute Affection”, is an initiative by the Indian Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW), that is supported by UNICEF (United Nations Children's Emergency Fund) and by legendary Indian actress Madhuri Dixit.

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Poor road infrastructure

Poor road infrastructure

August 2, 2016

The problem of poorly constructed roads is long engraved in India, not only in the rural areas but the issue concerns urban population alike. Potholes, roads under construction, poorly concreted speed breakers and down-and-out drainage system on the roads are a cause of increasin...

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Organ Donors needed in India

Organ Donors needed in India

July 28, 2016

Why organ donation still remains abysmally low in India? Zonal Transplant Coordination Center (ZTCC) predicts, “90% of the people in the waiting list (for organ donation) might die without getting an organ”. On 22nd July, the government of India constituted a committee that c...

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Slum Kids in New Delhi

Slum Kids in New Delhi

July 27, 2016

Childhood is metaphorically called the time of kingship. But not every child is born with silver spoon. Some are deprived and destitute like the kids living in the slums around India. According to the last data collected by the National Sample Survey Organisation, one-eighth of I...

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How some of India’s poor come out of the poverty zone

How some of India’s poor come out of the poverty zone

July 25, 2016

The increasing requirements of domestic servants, street vendors, electricians, carpenters, drivers and alike in Indian cities has helped the poor to rise above the poverty line and join the lower segment of the middle class.

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Why Google India dedicated its doodle to Indian singer Mukesh?

Why Google India dedicated its doodle to Indian singer Mukesh?

July 25, 2016

It is the 93rd birth anniversary of the Indian legendary Bollywood Hindi movie singer Mukesh who died in 1976. His unique style of singing has earned him the title a man with golden voice and Google India honoured this legend by a doodle on its home page.

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Mohammed Shahid, Indian hockey player and ace dribbler, dies at 56

Mohammed Shahid, Indian hockey player and ace dribbler, dies at 56

July 22, 2016

Former Indian hockey team captain and Olympic gold medallist, Mohammad Shahid, passed away on July 20, 2016. Shahid was 56 years old and lost his life to a severe liver condition and kidney failure.

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Un film poignant sur les soldats indiens de la Première Guerre Mondiale

Un film poignant sur les soldats indiens de la Première Guerre Mondiale

July 21, 2016

Farewell My Indian Soldier, Mademoiselle France pleure, en français, est le premier documentaire-fiction illustrant la vie des soldats indiens venus combattre en France et en Belgique pendant la Première Guerre Mondiale.

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Balade à Kolkata au fil de l’eau

Balade à Kolkata au fil de l’eau

July 16, 2016

Pour découvrir Kolkata, la perle de l’Est de l’Inde, avec ses splendides bâtiments coloniaux, sa poésie qui imprègne jusqu’aux conversations dans le plus petit café et son syncrétisme religieux et spirituel, il faut commencer le voyage sur l’eau, le long de ce fleuv...

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