Divide

  • 2 youths killed in motorcycle accident, one injured May 23, 2014

    Two youths were killed and another was injured when the bike they were riding lost control and hit a divider, police said on Friday. The incident took place on Thursday night in Thakurganj area when the bike of three young boys, Prateek (23), Manoj (21) and Vinit (24) lost control and...
  • Google acquires Divide, an app that separates personal and professional data on your phone May 20, 2014

    San Francisco: Google Inc said it has acquired Divide, a company whose software allows corporations to manage the personal smartphones that consumers increasingly use on the job. In a post on Divide's website on Monday, the company said it was joining Google's Android team. The post did not provide financial terms...
  • BJP, Narendra Modi are dividing India like the British: Rahul Gandhi April 19, 2014

    Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday accused the BJP and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi of instigating people to divide the country like the British. In his fourth visit to the state for poll campaigning, the Congress leader blasted the BJP for allegedly "dividing the country like the British Raj"...
  • Mumbai: Chilling video of the exact moment a car rammed into a road divider killing one, injuring six February 14, 2014

    A speeding car lost control and rammed into a road divider in Mumbai killing one person and injuring six others. ...
  • Congress following 'divide and rule' policy: Narendra Modi November 19, 2013

    Upping the ante against Congress, Narendra Modi on Tuesday accused it of pursuing a "divide and rule" policy by fanning tensions between Hindus and Muslims. "Congress has a divisive mentality. It only works on a rule to divide a brother from brother, raise a wall of divide", Modi said at a...
  • Politicians spread the poison of HinduMuslim divide: Katju December 13, 2012

    Aligarh: Chairman of Press Council of India (PCI) Justice Markanday Katju on Thursday alleged that politicians in independent India "have played a major role in spreading deeper the poison of HinduMuslim divide, whose seeds were sown by the British, for serving their own votebank politics". Addressing a programme in Aligarh Muslim...
  • J&K cricket divide: JKCA treasurer submits resignation November 30, 2012

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) treasurer Manzoor Wazir on Friday submitted his resignation citing failure to defuse the crisis engulfing the state team. Recently, state team players from Kashmir had levelled charges of regional bias against coach Bishen Singh Bedi and accused him of preferring Jammu players over...
  • J&K cricket divide: Players, association work on compromise November 27, 2012

    Srinagar: A day after 12 Kashmiri cricketers boycotted a Ranji match alleging regional bias, the dispute seems to have been resolved. The players and the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) are reportedly working out a compromise now. It could involve an apology by the players. The boycott was led by...
  • Tamil Nadu: Alagiri men skip Stalin events April 16, 2012

    MADURAI: DMK treasurer M K Stalin might have enjoyed watching his sons performance in the film Oru Kal Oru Kannadi here on Saturday night, but he was disappointed with the candidate interviews for youth wing posts, as Alagiri loyalists boycotted the interviews and also the public meeting.Though the candidate interview...
  • India@9 with Rajdeep Sardesai September 9, 2010

    Get the day's top news with CNNIBN EditorinChief Rajdeep Sardesai on India at 9. ...
  • Mumbai based Bollywood has people from all states October 23, 2008

    Mumabi: Raj thackeray might not welcome north Indians in Mumbai but Bollywood, the film industry that comes out with the maximum number of films in the world is a mix bag of people from different states and religion. No homes, no phone numbers, no car, no nothing, you just come with...
  • Weekend Edition: Jammu, Kashmir on shaky ground August 10, 2008

    The crisis over the land grant to the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board threatens to divide Jammu and Kashmir along communal lines. Talks between an allparty delegation and the group leading the agitation demanding land for the shrine board failed in Jammu on Saturday. The Shri Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti, a combine of...
  • No religion in tragedy: Victims' kin | Jaipur moves on May 15, 2008

    New Delhi: Threeyearold Diya and fiveyearold Mehak were the youngest victims of Tuesday's mindless attack. They were making their weekly visit to the Hanuman temple with their grandmother when the bomb exploded and they were killed. Their father says that he searched in all hospitals desperately looking for his babies,...
  • Shias, Sunnis eager to bridge sectoral divide April 30, 2008

    Lucknow: The Shia and Sunni sects of Muslims have always had traditional differences, often taking a bloody turn. To put an end to this rivalry, wellknown Shia cleric, Maulana Kalbe Sadiq has now come forward with a new proposal. As a symbolic gesture Sadiq has asked the Sunni leaders to...
  • Indian Idol contestant bridges NorthEast divide September 17, 2007

    Guwahati: The excitement is building to find out who is going to be the next Indian Idol. Its just a few days to go for Amit Paul, the contest finalist, to know his fate. However the amateur singer is already a star and a hero figure for the NorthEast. Singing...
  • Do India's rich care for poor? June 25, 2007

    Focus on inclusive growth. Corporates should share benefits of economic growth with the common man. Companies should contribute more to employee welfare. Cartels are a crime, against the grain of an open economy. No excessive remuneration to promoters and senior executives. Profit maximisation should be within the bounds of decency...
  • Most Indians see caste divide as blot June 18, 2007

    New Delhi: While the 3,000yearold tradition of caste divide continues to be a blot in the face of a resurgent India, the good news is that most Indians today realise that the caste system is actually holding India back by posing a big barrier to social harmony. According to a survey...
  • Corporate GenNext stand on agriculture July 30, 2007

    New Delhi: India is on the move like never before. The reform process started with the liberalisation of the economy in the 1991 is bearing fruit today. And the most significant consequence has been the emergence of a new face of entrepreneurship. At CNNIBN, we call this the birth of...
  • Corporate GenNext stand on exemptions July 30, 2007

    New Delhi: India is on the move like never before. The reform process started with the liberalisation of the economy in the 1991 is bearing fruit today. And the most significant consequence has been the emergence of a new face of entrepreneurship. At CNNIBN, we call this the birth of...
  • Corporate GenNext on richpoor divide February 18, 2007

    New Delhi: India is on the move like never before. The reform process started with the liberalisation of the economy in the 1991 is bearing fruit today. And the most significant consequence has been the emergence of a new face of entrepreneurship. At CNNIBN, we call this the birth of...
  • BMC: Rich don't vote in Mumbai June 19, 2007

    Mumbai: The city gears up to vote and elect a new municipal corporation on Thursday. And nowhere is the class divide so apparent than in these polls. While the lower middle class votes in large numbers, the voting presence of the middle and upper middle class is low. I don't...
  • He craves for a deathbed in Pak December 27, 2006

    Anantnag: In the hostile divide between India and Pakistan, people who suffer most are perhaps the Pakistani refuges who crossed borders in 1947 and now crave for a quiet deathbed in their native country. Mohammad Sarwar Khan of Manshera walked into Kashmir along with his teacher as a 12year old, 60...
  • NorthSouth divide hazy?| Your Say November 26, 2006

    New Delhi: Bollywood film Ek Duje Ke Liye starring Kamal Hassan and Rati Agnihotri, is a love story that still brings a lump to your throat. The 1981 super hit film exemplifies the traditional divide that's marked the north and south of India. The boy is south Indian vegetarian and can't...
  • 1 killed at Mumbai dragracing spot November 20, 2006

    Mumbai: One person was killed and another injured when the motorcycle on which they were travelling rammed into a road divider while allegedly trying to evade traffic police. The accident occured at 2300 hrs (IST) while the duo reportedly raced across a popular "dragracing" spot in Western Mumbai, police said. A police...