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Women activists hail Indian top court's rape ruling

ISSUE: Rape protests in Delhi
Women's rights activists in India hailed on Thursday (2) a supreme court ruling rejecting judge-ordered mediation between rapists and their victims, a legal move they said was common in the conservative country. The supreme court issued the warning after a public outcry over a judge's decision to grant a convicted rapist bail to allow him to try to nego...




Maggi Noodles safe to eat in the UK

Maggi noodles produced in India and elsewhere are safe to consume in the UK, British authorities have said after conducting tests on all samples of the product.   While only the masala flavour of the noodles was imported into the UK f More News »

Cameron: Stand up for our way of life

Prime minister David Cameron and home secretary Theresa May led calls for a fightback against extremism on Monday (29), after the mass shooting in Tunisia that killed at least 38 people, a majority of them British tourists. As new laws came in More News »

Khan hails London resolve decade on from 7/7 attacks

Sadiq Khan has praised Britons for how they supported each other after 7/7, ahead of the 10th anniversary of the London terrorist attacks. The London mayoral candidate told Eastern Eye people of all faiths did not hunt for “scapegoats&rd More News »

Problems - and rubbish - pile up for Delhi's new leader

AUTORICKSHAW driver Vinod Kumar enthusiastically backed Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi elections this year, won over by promises of lower utility bills and an end to corruption, but four months on he is already fed up.   "Nothing has c More News »
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Ton-up Leander Paes still the man to beat

Leander Paes warmed up for another Wimbledon campaign by reaching a new milestone in Nottingham last week – clocking up his 100th doubles partner. The Indian legend

Satnam Singh Bhamara makes NBA history

On cloud nine after becoming the first Indian to make the NBA draft for Dallas Mavericks, Satnam Singh Bhamara said his entry will open the doors for more Indians to play bask




Entertainment

Preetika Rao: Soap and glory

The fact that countless fans around the world are eagerly waiting for Preetika Rao to return to the screen shows just how much of an amazing impact she made with her debut tel

Ridhima Sud: Heart and soul

Newcomer Ridhima Sud impressed everyone with an eye-catching performance in her recently released debut film Dil Dhadakne Do, which clocked up huge numbers at the box office a



Travel

City of 'New Delhi' was named on December 31, 1926

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Top sites to visit in Berlin

1.  Hot-air balloon (called Hi-Flyer) which gets you 150 meters high so you get a great view of the City from above. It is 20 minutes for around 20 euros. The balloon



Technology

Maker of cheap smartphone hails 'new era' for India

The maker of a new $33 (£20) smartphone billed as India's cheapest said on Wednesday (August 27) it aims to sell half a million in the next three months in what it c

Apple iPhones allow extraction of deep personal data, resear

PERSONAL data including text messages, contact lists and photos can be extracted from iPhones through previously unpublicized techniques by Apple Inc employees, the company ac