Archive for July, 2014 Kareena Confident of ‘Aa Kareena Confident of ‘Aata Majhi Satakli’ Success Kerala Government Plans t Kerala Government Plans to Rehabilitate Nurses from Iraq Hold Impartial Probe into Hold Impartial Probe into Pune Deaths: CPI-M – New Delhi: The CPI-M Thursday demanded “an impartial enquiry” into the Pune landslides which it alleged had claimed “at least 200 precious adivasi lives”. The CPI-M said in a statement that the deaths should be blamed on a network of operators of excavators working on neighbouring hills with the sanction of corrupt officers and local [] Kerry Meets Jaitley Ahead Kerry Meets Jaitley Ahead of Strategic Dialogue Ban e-rickshaws, High Cou Ban e-rickshaws, High Court oOders Delhi Government Gokul Pati is Odisha’s N Gokul Pati is Odisha’s New Chief Secretary – Bhubaneswar: Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Gokul Chandra Pati was Wednesday appointed Odisha’s new chief secretary, an official said. Pati, a 1978 batch IAS officer, who was on central deputation and serving as the union secretary for defence production in the defence ministry, succeeds Jugal Kishore Mohapatra who went on central deputation. Pati, 58, is [] Vedanta’s Refinery Expan Vedanta’s Refinery Expansion Gets Villagers’ Support China’s Yuan Weakens – B China’s Yuan Weakens – Beijing: The value of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, weakened by 30 basis points to 6.1675 against the US dollar in its central parity Thursday, authorities said. In China’s foreign exchange spot market, the yuan is allowed to rise or fall by two percent from the central parity rate each trading day, reports [] Rakhi Gets Designer Makeo Rakhi Gets Designer Makeover – New Delhi: Designers Kajal Bihani and Mitali Kalantry of the brand The Anouk have come up with a unique collection of rakhis and lumbas, which can also be worn as a fashion accessory. The lumbas, which are the Punjabi styled rakhi, are given jewelled look by the designers and this makes them wearable round the [] Javelin Thrower Annu Rani Javelin Thrower Annu Rani Finishes Eighth – Glasgow: India’s javelin thrower Annu Rani finished eighth in a field of 12 in the women’s event, touching a distance 56.37 metres, at the Commonwealth Games here Wednesday night. The gold went to Kim Mickle of Australia, who threw the javelin to 65.96 metres, leaving silver medallist South African Sunette Viljoen, who reached 63.19. The []