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China understands that India is no more weak: Rajnath Singh

Lucknow, Oct 15, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the country’s borders were “completely safe” and China has also started to understand that “India is no more weak”. Singh said under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi India has become a powerful country and its prestige at the international level has also grown.

These simple steps can help keep your bones healthy and strong

These simple steps can help keep your bones healthy and strong . Here are 8 key steps to keep your bones healthy: Reduce or eliminate sugar. Sugar robs your body of minerals, like calcium and magnesium, needed to build strong bones. One great way to combat calcium and magnesium deficiency is to avoid sugar completely.  

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Strong contender hoping to get lucky for fourth time

Son of former Governor of Madhya Pradesh and veteran Congress leader Balram Jakhar, Sunil Jakhar is the Congress candidate from Abohar. After schooling, Sunil did his Bachelors in Arts from Government College Chandigarh in 1974 and completed MBA from Kurukshetra University in 1977. Belonging to a family of Congress leaders, Sunil was elected as a

Relationship with India is strong and diverse: US

Washington: America’s relationship withIndia is very strong and diverse, the US today said even as it welcomed the recently concluded BRICS summit. The Obama Administration is approaching with its bilateral relationship with India “which is very strong and diverse,” State Department spokesperson John Kirby told reporters at his daily news conference. “We had terrific discussions with

India will be too strong for New Zealand: Brett Lee

New Delhi: Former Australia pace spearhead Brett Lee feels India will be too strong a challenge for New Zealand when the two sides lock horns in the upcoming three-match Test cricket rubber, starting with the first match on September 22 in Kanpur. Hailing India’s Test side as “well-balanced”, the 39-year-old said India seriously looks to

We’re in a strong position, says Hillary Clinton

New York: US Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday, who returned to campaign after being diagnosed with pneumonia, said she believes her campaign was performing strongly in the last leg of the 2016 campaign despite polls showing the race tightening nationally and in key swing states. Speaking to reporters following her first campaign event

Indian economy needs a strong push: President

New Delhi: Sharing with the students his experience in politics of India post-Independence, President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday stressed on social performance for economic growth of the country. Speaking on India’s security issues, Mukherjee explained the factors that had transformed India since its Independence. He also pointed out what was required in order to make

Punch lines are strong in ‘Akira’: Anurag Kashyap

Mumbai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, who is seen in a negative role in “Akira”, has garnered positive response for his performance and he says people are appreciating him because of his “punch lines”. “The punch lines are so strong in the film and I feel because of that people are appreciating it. I believe more than

GLADA auction failed following strong protest by lawyers

Ludhiana: Advocates protested strongly against the GLADA during strike on continuously second day on Wednesday on a call given by District Bar Association (DBA). On the other side, GLADA failed to execute the auction of disputed land as nobody made bid. District Bar Association, Ludhiana has observed strike on August 23 and 24, as protest

Challenging to face India’s strong batting, spin: Brathwaite

Barbados: West Indies all-rounder CarlosBrathwaite says India have a formidable batting line-up and the contest will be equally tough against the Indian spinners when the four-Test series begins at Antigua on July 21. “Their batting line-up is undoubtedly one of the stronger batting line-ups in the world, home and away, and unfortunately or fortunately for

Jhansi women send strong message on how to protect trees

Jhansi: If you take to the roads of Bundelkhand, you will be captivated by the lush growth of trees — and the messages on them: “Don’t cut me”, “We are your life”, “Save me”. The idea to help save the trees in this region originated from seven young women of Jhansi who launched an initiative.

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