INDIA 360

  • News 360: All the news of the day February 6, 2012

    The Congress's first family visits pollbound UP; doctors said Yuvraj Singh's cancer is curable; US shuts down its embassy in Syria and more. ...
  • Ruchika case: Girhotras wait for May 25 verdict May 20, 2010

    The verdict in the nearly 20yearold Ruchika Gihrotra molestation case has been deferred til May 25. ...
  • Are Gay and Lesbians better off in India today? July 1, 2008

    Are Gays and lesbians better off in India today compared to a few years ago. On Sunday, hundreds of Gays and Lesbians hit the street in a 2.5 kilometer march to show that they were not afraid of reasserting their identity and to make a case of changing an archaic...
  • Countdown to CAT: Time to get cracking November 17, 2007

    New Delhi: Twoandahalf lakh students will be writing the CAT exam on Sunday, a test widely believed to be one of the most unpredictable in the world. These students will try their level best to be among those 5,000, who will qualify from this test and then try and be...
  • Special Show: On Children's Day meet child prodigies November 14, 2007

    Chess prodigy Sahaj Grover; 8yr old Sushma Verma a class 11 student talk about life. ...
  • Murdered Wipro employee's kin blame security lapse November 14, 2007

    At a press conference on Tuesday, Jyoti Chaudhury's relatives said security systems are inadequate at call centres and something needs to be done urgently to protect female employees. ...
  • India 360: India gets a glimpse of Lakshmi post surgery November 14, 2007

    A week after a marathon and recordbreaking surgery, doctors on Tuesday permitted a glimpse of twoyearold Lakshmi to the nation. Lakshmi is also shifted out of the ICU to a ward in Bangalore's Sparsh hospital....
  • India 360: Diwali special on adulterated sweets November 8, 2007

    Purchase sweets from a reputed shop or buy ones that are less colourful. ...
  • BPO security measures come too little, too late November 6, 2007

    The rape and brutal murder of 22yearold BPO employee Jyoti Choudhry has sparked a furore all across the country with anxious parents and angry employees revealing the gaping loopholes in the security systems of most BPOs in the country. 26yearold Ashwini Mohite who works for a call centre in Pune says...
  • India 360: Women take stock of the markets October 30, 2007

    As the pre Diwali dhamaka continues on the markets, more and more women are taking the bull by its horns. With the Sensex at an all time high and still going strong, it's housewives and women investors who are the seeking a share of the fortune at the markets. ...
  • India 360: Delhi remembers Sarojni Nagar blast victims October 30, 2007

    Its been two years since the multiple blasts in the capital that claimed 67 lives. Most of the casualties occurred at the bustling Sarojini Nagar market. On Monday, the secondanniversary of that ghastly day, relatives of the victims pay tributes to the departed. ...
  • Enforcing dress code seems to be infectious October 27, 2007

    Enforcing dressing sense seems to be infectious. First it was college students, then university teachers, and now the cutting edge of India's new economy the IT sector that wants to put employees in a straight jacket. ...
  • India 360: Will Shahid, Kareena sizzle in Jab We Met? October 26, 2007

    Imtiaz Ali's Jab We Met a story of opposites attract hit theatres on Friday. ...
  • India 360: Mumbai mystified over missing diamonds October 19, 2007

    New Delhi: For the second time in as many weeks a large consignment of diamonds has been stolen in Mumbai. Unpolished diamonds worth nearly 22,000 carats are missing from a diamond trading shop in the heart of Mumbai. Police suspect the involvement of an employee. ...
  • India 360: Buddha puts Rizawanur case on fast track October 18, 2007

    West Bengal Chief minister Buddhadev Bhattacharya has transferred Kolkata Police Commissioner Prasun Mukherjee and four other police officers. ...
  • India 360: Durga Puja celebrations on in full swing October 16, 2007

    Durga puja celebrations are in full swing at many places in the city. ...
  • India 360: Hoax calls give Mumbai cops a headache October 16, 2007

    It's a city that's living on the edge after the July 11th serial train blasts last year. While the city may have managed to overcome the initial jitters of the attack frequent hoax calls to the police headquarters have now become a perennial headache for the city's cops. ...
  • India 360: Are we equipped to handle terror attacks? October 16, 2007

    The blasts in Ludhina and Ajmer have only gone on to whoe that its not just the dazzling shopping malls in big cities that could be targetted Arunodya mukherjee now with a status check on how small town india is getting secure this festival season ...
  • Targeting God: Why our religious place under attack October 13, 2007

    On Thursday terrorists struck at the symbol of inter faith at the holy dargah in Ajmer. Have we reconciled to changed reality? ...
  • India 360: Tackling traffic amidst Blueline road rage October 10, 2007

    While Delhi seeths over Blueline road rage and Mumbai motorists fume, India 360 takes a look at the traffic scenario. ...
  • India 360: Traffic menace hits metros hard October 9, 2007

    Metros in India have their own share traffic woes with jams and congestions that are routine. ...
  • India 360: St Stephens covering up ragging incident? October 6, 2007

    New Delhi: A student suffered burns on his hands and knees in what seems to be an incident of ragging in Delhi's St Stephens College. But the college has denied all the charges. ...
  • India 360: Cops face the heat for Rehman's death October 6, 2007

    New Delhi: A day after dramatic revelations made in letters wrtitten by Rizwanur Rehman, 48 hours before his death directly implicating the Kolkata Police, some heads have started to roll. The West Bengal government is penalising two police officers who were allegedly involved in Rehman's death. This is the first...
  • India 360: Road rage deaths a norm on Delhi's roads October 5, 2007

    New Delhi: The increasing number of road rage cases in the Capital has forced the Delhi government to take notice. Deaths resulting from road rage have almost become a norm on Delhi's streets. Having made some attempts to tackle the Capital's blueline menace, the Shiela Dikshit government on Thursday called...
  • Household budgets crash as vegetable prices soar October 5, 2007

    New Delhi: Households budgets go awry as prices of vegetables sky rocket across Indian cities. CNNIBN reporters join us from all metropolitan cities for an update on how the common man is dealing with the spiraling prices. ...
  • India 360: A new kind of road rage for Mumbaikars October 2, 2007

    Mumbai: In Mumbai, it's not road rage but a proposed road tax that's got Mumbaikars enraged. Motorists may soon have to pay to drive on major roads and flyovers in the city. The plan of action involves setting up cameras and scanners on major congested roads to detect the car's...
  • India 360: Prashant Tamang fans go on a rampage September 29, 2007

    Fans of Indian Idol winner Prashant Tamang went on a rampage in Siliguri to protest remarks by a radio jockey they call racist. ...
  • India 360: Suspending 'molestor' cops not good enough September 21, 2007

    New Delhi: A day after girl students held protests over molestation by those who appeared for police recruitment in Delhi University, CNNIBN discusses how safe are our universities on India 360. ...
  • India 360: Bombay HC for relocating Siddhivinayak September 20, 2007

    New Delhi: The Bombay High Court has questioned the very need for a security wall around Mumbai's famous Siddhivinayak temple and has asked why the temple cannot relocated instead. ...
  • India 360: Sunita's India visit takes on a political hue September 19, 2007

    American astronaut Sunita Williams will be reaching her ancestral hometown in Gujarat on Wednesday. This will be her first trip to India since her recordbreaking stay in outer space. But her personal visit is now taking on political colours. ...