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  • Famous Middle East fast food chain outlet to enter India July 27, 2014

    Dubai: Just Falafel, the Middle East fast food chain is gearing up to cater the Indian guests with it's first outlet opening shortly in Bangalore. The street food provider is tying up with a property developer and hospitality company 'Prism Properties' to launch its first restaurant in Bangalore. The increasing population's demand...
  • Criminals involved in various cases arrested in Jharkhand July 2, 2014

    Three criminals involved in several chain-snatching and dacoity incidents were arrested on Tuesday, police said. Acting on a tip-off that inter-district criminal Arman Bacha has visited his family in Azadnagar, a special police team raided his house and arrested him, SP Amol V Homkar said. Arman, a notorious criminal, was operating...
  • Russian chain delivers pizza by drone June 25, 2014

    Moscow: Flying pizza! A Russian pizza chain claims to have successfully carried out the first commercial delivery of pizzas via a drone. DoDo Pizza's first unmanned delivery was made over the weekend in the northern Russian city Syktyvkar. The drone completed the order in just 30 minutes. "Along with one...
  • TMC MP's gold chain snatched in front of Banga Bhawan June 9, 2014

    New Delhi: Two motorcycle-borne men snatched the gold chain of Trinamool Congress MP Renuka Sinha outside Banga Bhawan on Sunday, police said. Sinha sustained bruises on her neck in the incident. The incident took place at around 9 PM when the MP from Cooch Behar constituency of West Bengal was...
  • Trinamool MP's gold chain snatched in Delhi June 8, 2014

    Trinamool Congress MP Renuka Sinha's gold chain was snatched outside the Banga Bhavan in Delhi on Sunday night, party spokesperson Derek O'Brien said in Kolkata. "Trinamool MP's gold chain snatched off her neck by thieves moving on mobikes," Rajya Sabha member and the party's national spokesperson O'Brien said in a tweet. The...
  • 16,000 passengers fined by East Central Railway June 5, 2014

    As part of drive against errant passengers, East Central Railway (ECR) zone caught 16,000 on the charge of illegal chain pulling and other charges and another 640 males for unauthorisedly travelling in Ladies compartment in the current year. A sum of Rs 58 lakh were realised from 16,000 nabbed, Chief Public...
  • Woman foils snatching bid with the help of cold drink bottle May 10, 2014

    A 30-year-old woman on Saturday foiled a snatching attempt by two bike-borne youths when she brutally hit one of them with a cold drink bottle in Sahibabad area today. Police said that the incident took place around 2 pm when the woman, identified as Urmila Singh and a resident of Panchsheel...
  • Woman shot at for resisting chain snatcher May 7, 2014

    A woman was shot at twice late on Tuesday in Lucknow when she resisted a chain snatcher, police said on Wednesday. The shooting took place around 11.30 p.m. when two men attacked Meenakshi, wife of a retired engineer, and tried to snatch her chain while she was opening the gate of...
  • Delhi Police find girls also part of chain snatching gangs April 17, 2014

    New Delhi: Incidents of chain snatching have seen a massive rise in the last few months and seems to be turning into an organised crime in Delhi-NCR. Almost 2000 chain snatching cases has been registered in Delhi since January 2014. Chain snatchers generally target women pedestrians. While investigating a case police...
  • Photo: Amazing X-Ray image of a chain saw blade still embedded in a tree trimmer's neck; the man survived the accident April 5, 2014

    A tree trimmer is recovering after he was rushed to a Pittsburgh hospital with a chain saw blade embedded in his neck. James Valentine was in a tree in Ross Township on Monday afternoon when he was struck in the neck by the saw.Another worker helped him down, and his...
  • 118 km long human-chain to be formed for voter awareness in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar April 3, 2014

    A 118-kilometre long human-chain will be formed in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar on April 7 with an aim to raise awareness among voters ahead of Lok Sabha elections. The human-chain will extend from Bijnor border to Kandhla check post around Muzaffarnagar and is planned by district authorities along with social activists, District Magistrate, Koshal Raj...
  • Starbucks says India operations fastest growing in its history March 20, 2014

    With 40 stores in 17 months of its operations, India is the fastest growing market in the history of the Seattle-based iconic American coffee chain Starbucks, according to a company statement. The US-based coffee chain, which had sewed up an equal joint venture with Tata Global Beverages, opened its first outlet...
  • Shooters Heena Sidhu, Chain Singh win gold in Asian Championship March 11, 2014

    New Delhi: India's ace shooter Heena Sidhu produced some excellent shooting to clinch the air pistol women's gold medal while Chain Singh bagged a gold medal in men's air rifle event at the 7th Asian Championship in Kuwait on Monday. After her standout performance in the qualification round, Heena was ranked...
  • Japanese restaurant chain Benihana sets shop in India January 15, 2014

    New Delhi: Knife-spinning chefs of globally famed Benihana chain of restaurants have now set shop in the city providing a taste of authentic Teppanyaki, Japanese style of cooking. Teppanyaki originated 50 years ago and involves use of an iron griddle to cook food. Benihana, which means red flower in Japanese,...
  • Karnataka: MBBS student battling for life after being set on fire November 14, 2013

    Bangalore: A 22-year-old MBBS student, Kameshwar, is battling for life in Kolar in Karnataka after being set on fire. He has been shifted to St Johns hospital in Bangalore and has suffered 60 per cent burns. Kameshwar is a student from Hyderabad and was studying at Devraj URS Medical College in...
  • Bappi Lahiri's 'Yaar bina chain kahan' revived for 'Main Aur Mr Riight' October 7, 2013

    Mumbai: Music composer Bappi Lahiri's hit 'Yaar bina chain kahan' picturised on Anil Kapoor and Amrita Singh in the film 'Saaheb' is being recreated in upcoming film 'Main Aur Mr Riight'. The film produced by Pooja Gujral and directed by Adeeb Rais is a romantic comedy that will mark the...
  • Human chain organised against bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh September 18, 2013

    Kadapa: A 35-kilometre long human chain was organised at Kadapa Wednesday, on the 51st day of the ongoing agitation against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh to create the proposed separate state of Telengana. Non-political activists organised a huge human chain around the Ring Road of Kadapa town, in which a large...
  • Maharashtra: Women pushed off local train by chain snatcher in Turbhe September 7, 2013

    Turbhe: It was yet another attempt of crime against women as a woman was pushed off a local train in Turbhe, Maharastra by a chain snatcher. The survivor is admitted to a hospital and is said to be in a critical condition. The railway police have lodged a FIR in...
  • AP: 175 km-long human chain formed to oppose Telangana August 31, 2013

    Samaikyandhra Parirakshana Vedika, representing all associations, on Saturday held 'Maha Manavaharam', a human chain from Pydibhimavaram to Itchapuram covering almost 175 km in Srikakulam to press for the demand of united Andhra Pradesh, sources said. Thousands of people formed the "longest" human chain on the National Highway-16, the organisers claimed. Ispired...
  • One arrested for sexually assaulting a railway employee August 4, 2013

    One person has been arrested in connection with the alleged sexual assault on a railway woman employee by a group of persons at her Railway quarters, a senior police official said on Saturday. The accused, Rajashekharan, a railway employee and son-in-law of the victim, was arrested on Friday night, Hubli-Dharwad...
  • Three arrested for snatching gold chains and making ornaments from them July 27, 2013

    Three men, including an advocate and a jeweller, have been arrested for allegedly snatching chains, receiving and making ornaments from them, police said on Friday. According to the police, Deepak, alias Bhagat, was arrested from MCD Colony in North West Delhi on Tuesday after police received a tip off about...
  • Bangalore: 90-year-old man kept in chains by son for 7 months June 5, 2013

    Bangalore: A 90-year-old man, found chained in the terrace of his Banashankari house in Bangalore, was rescued by police on Wednesday. Ananth Kumar Shetty was allegedly chained by his son in a makeshift shelter on the terrace of the house seven months ago. The son has claimed that he kept...
  • Four arrested for attacking BJP councillor Kaushik Jain June 1, 2013

    Ahmedabad: Four persons were arrested on Friday for allegedly beating up a BJP councillor on suspicion that he was behind the demolition of an illegal construction, police said. Kaushik Jain, who represents Shahpur Ward, was allegedly attacked on Thursday by Chandresh Vyas (44), Sanjay Vyas (28), Nirav Joshi (28) and...
  • Indian shooters fail to impress in Changwon World Cup April 4, 2013

    New Delhi: The Indian shooting team's campaign in the ISSF Changwon World Cup started on a sour note with all the shooters, including Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra, failing to make a mark on the first day of the event in Changwon, Korea on Thursday. Competing in the men's 10-metre air...
  • Kingpin of inter-state chain snatching gang arrested April 3, 2013

    Kozhikode: The kingpin of an inter-state chain snatching gang based in New Delhi has been arrested from Delhi and brought in Kozhikode on Tuesday, police said. The kingpin identified as Haji Naziruddin Sony (46) was arrested on March 31, 2013 from Gokulpuri in New Delhi by a police team from...
  • Nestle finds horsemeat in beef pasta meals February 19, 2013

    London: Nestle, the world's biggest food company, has removed beef pasta meals from sale in Italy and Spain after finding traces of horse DNA. The discovery of horsemeat in products labelled as beef has spread across Europe since January, prompting product withdrawals, consumer anger and government investigations into the continent's...
  • See India among top 5 global markets: Starbucks February 6, 2013

    New Delhi: US-based coffee chain Starbucks on Wednesday said India will become one of its top five global markets in the long-term and will continue to expand aggressively here. The company, which has missed its target of opening 50 outlets in the country by 2012 at an investment of Rs...
  • Will digitisation improve media company economics? January 31, 2013

    The digitisation change in the Indian TV landscape brings to fore Darwin's theory of natural evolution by natural selection. Natural selection is a gradual, non-random process by which biological traits become either more or less common in a population as a function of differential reproduction of their bearers. In the...
  • Manavjit, Chain Singh win gold, Bindra gets silver December 22, 2012

    New Delhi: Olympian Manavjit Singh Sandhu on Saturday clinched the trap gold medal while unheralded Chain Singh of Army bagged the yellow metal in 10-metre air rifle event ahead of Beijing Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra at the 56th National Shooting Championship here. Sandhu won the gold with a score of...
  • LPG cap: Higwayside cooking protest in Kerala December 1, 2012

    Thiruvananthapuram: In a novel mode of protest against price rise and LPG subsidy cut, thousands of CPI(M) workers, sympathisers and their family members in Kerala on Saturday cooked food on highway sides in the entire stretch of the state to "symbolically express their anguish" at the anti-people policies of the...