Dubai Shopping Festival opens today

The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF), the most famous shopping bag in the world, opens today at 4pm at Dubai Creek Park. The 15th chapter of the 32-day event will open doors to bigger raffle draw prizes, shopping attractions and entertainment for all ages. Residents and visitors alike, particularly families, are expected to visit the venue today where entry is free and they can watch the fireworks light up the Dubai skies at 8:30pm. The fireworks will be held everyday till February 20.

Metro launch on March 15

Expressing happiness with the pace of Namma Metro project, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) Managing Director N Sivasailam on Wednesday exuded confidence that Reach 1 will be ready for commercial runs by March 15.

‘I have cried enough; my tears have finished now’ : Father of the four-year-old victim {Comments}

‘I have cried enough; my tears have finished now’ : Father of the four-year-old victim

Tainted IAS officer couple worth Rs 360 crore

The Income Tax department has claimed to have detected wealth valued at a whopping Rs 360 crore from suspended Madhya Pradesh IAS officer couple Arvind and Tinu Joshi and disproportionate to their known source of income.

RBI to issue Rs 10 notes with new features

Chandigarh: The Reserve Bank on Wednesday said it will shortly issue Rs 10 denomination notes with inset letter ’N’ in both numbering panels in Mahatma Gandhi Series bearing the signature of RBI Governor D Subbarao.

Three elevated to Cabinet rank in reshuffle, Reddy gets Oil Ministry

Three elevated to Cabinet rank in reshuffle, Reddy gets Oil Ministry

Visiting Punjabi NRIs give zero, Gujaratis shower $450 billion

Visiting Punjabi NRIs give zero, Gujaratis shower $450 billion

Udupi: Beach Utsav at Malpe from January 29

Udupi: Beach Utsav at Malpe from January 29

Oldest elephant in North America dies at theme park

Oldest elephant in North America dies at theme park

Delhi/Dubai feels tremors as quake hits SW Pakistan

Islamabad: A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.2 shook southwestern Pakistan early on Wednesday, jolting residents of cities as far apart as Delhi and Dubai, but the epicentre was far from major population centres.

Fresh beer from a tap, anyone? State permits setting up of micro-breweries

BANGALORE: Take it as a New Year gift to beer lovers of the State. The State Government on Tuesday announced that it had amended the Karnataka Brewery Rules 1967 allowing the setting up of micro-breweries to supply fresh beer to customers. This is to cater to the needs of the growing number of professionals in various sectors and tourists coming into the city.

High intensity quake hits Pakistan, tremors felt in India

High intensity quake hits Pakistan, tremors felt in India

SBI car & property mela from Friday

State Bank of India is organising a three day ‘SBI Utsav’ — a property and car loan mela, at their Local Head Office campus on St Mark’s Road from Friday at 4 pm.

Pakistan excludes Mohammad Yousuf from World Cup

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan excluded three-time World Cup batsman Mohammad Yousuf from its 15-man squad for next month’s tournament and also delayed naming a captain on Tuesday. The squad, with seven back from the tragic 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean, featured few surprises with the selectors relying on two specialist spinners, Abdur Rehman and Saeed Ajmal, for the spin-friendly pitches of the subcontinent.

Rahman gets BAFTA nomination for 127 Hours

Rahman gets BAFTA nomination for 127 Hours

Dr. Kanara Janardhan Died in Mumbai

Dr. Kanara Janardhan Died in Mumbai

Australia announce World Cup squad

Sydney: Defending champions Australia unveiled their squad for next month’s World Cup, banking on the fitness of a pair of injury-prone pacemen and elder statesmen Ricky Ponting and Mike Hussey. Veteran Brett Lee and enigmatic short-form specialist Shaun Tait were both included in the 15-man squad for the tournament in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, which they are trying to win for the fourth successive time.

Indian scientist hits Rs 6 crore jackpot

New Delhi: An Indian scientist has hit the jackpot. The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Dr Ramesh Pillai a grant worth Rs 6 crore for a research project.A student of Mahatma Gandhi College in Thiruvananthapuram and IIT Roorkee, Pillai will work in a French lab, researching the mysteries of human DNA for the next five years.DNA is a storehouse of info we receive from our parents. The cell has a value in controlling the flow of info from that DNA. There are certain molecules in the cell, kind of a PIN CODE on a letter, which will guide a certain silencing mechanism, to these target regions, to turn it off.

French nun says late pope gave her ’second birth’

French nun says late pope gave her ’second birth’

Remains of 800-year-old temple found in Udupi

Remains of 800-year-old temple found in Udupi


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