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  • BJP to inquire delay in filing mandatory forms in Nilgiris 08-04-2014 05:55 PM

    BJP has ordered an internal inquiry into the suspected foul play from within the party for delay in submission of mandatory A and B forms by its candidate while filing his nomination for the Nilgiris (SC) Lok Sabha seat, which led to the rejection of his papers. This has left...
  • New customs form for passengers coming to India from tomorrow 31-12-2013 04:14 PM

    All passengers coming to India will have to fill in a new detailed customs form on their arrival from Wednesday. It will help authorities check duty frauds and cases of under-valuation as well keep a record of gold jewellery and bullion being brought into the country. Also from January 1,...
  • Sebi board approves new norms for exercise of enhanced powers 24-12-2013 06:47 PM

    To ensure greater efficacy in exercise of its new powers, market regulator Sebi's board on Tuesday cleared new norms for its search and seizure operations, settlement proceedings, refund to investors and crackdown on illicit money-pooling schemes. The new norms also seek to ensure that sufficient safeguards are put in place...
  • Raghurajpur village in Puri a home to several art forms 21-08-2013 08:40 AM

    Puri: The village of Raghurajpur in Puri is not only famous for Gotipua dance but for more than a dozen art forms like Pata Chitra, wood and stone carving and palm leaf painting, which are nurtured here. There are 120 houses in this village and each house is an art...
  • Zimbabwe players form union, boycott training 16-08-2013 03:34 PM

    In an effort to negotiate for a better pay package, Zimbabwe players have joined hands to form a players' union and boycott training for the Pakistan series at home until Zimbabwe Cricket meets their demands - ESPNCricinfo reported on Friday. MD of Zimbabwe Cricket, Wilfred Mukondiwa said that the board...
  • Classical arts are in danger due to lack of patronage: Tulsi Badrinath 13-06-2013 06:12 PM

    After acquiring a BA in English Literature from Stella Maris College, Madras, Tulsi Badrinath graduated with an MBA from Ohio University, USA. Returning to India, she worked for four dreary years at Standard Chartered Bank before quitting her job to pursue her twin passions -- writing and dance. Her background...
  • Haddin dropped due to poor form: CA 17-02-2012 03:06 PM

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  • Sale of nursery admission forms begins in Delhi 02-01-2012 09:01 AM

    New Delhi: The sale of nursery admission forms begins in schools across Delhi at 8.30 am on Monday. The common admission forms will be available for the first time and free of cost for economically weaker sections in keeping with Directorate of Education's latest guidelines. The forms can be picked...
  • Ponting takes a hit during batting camp 21-12-2011 11:39 AM

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  • Synthetic life may help colonise mars 22-08-2011 08:00 PM

    Washington: Man-made lifeforms are already in the works. Now, scientists have claimed these synthetic organisms engineered to use carbon dioxide as a raw material could help humans settle Mars one day. Craig Venter, an American biologist who made headlines last year by creating the world's first synthetic organism, claimed that...
  • Life building blocks found in meteorites 09-08-2011 07:02 PM

    Washington: Scientists have found components of DNA, the building blocks of life on Earth, in meteorites, a discovery they say confirms the theory that at least some of the materials needed to make early life forms came to our planet from space. In the NASA-funded study, published in the Proceedings...
  • Delhi schools overprice forms, CM vows to act 21-01-2011 04:52 PM

    New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit has promised action against private schools which are charging as much 16 times what the forms should cost for nursery admissions. Reacting to the Cobrapost-CNN-IBN expose, Sheila asked for the CDs of the report and said she will take action against the erring...
  • Nursery admission forms overpriced 1500 pc 20-01-2011 10:23 PM

    CNN-IBN reveals some schools inflating the cost of a Rs-25 form almost 16 times. ...
  • World Alzheimer’s Day: Living with appa 21-09-2010 04:45 PM

    Uma Iyer, a freelance consultant with IBNLive, writes about her father-in-law’s daily battle with the Alzheimer’s disease on the world Alzheimer’s Day. What is Alzheimer's disease? It is many things but for someone who has to live with it every day, it is a nightmare and the bitterest memory of...
  • 'Art of India' goes worldwide 08-05-2010 11:34 AM

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  • Honest taxpayer pays up, Govt makes merry 01-08-2008 02:35 AM

    New Delhi: The honest taxpayer has made the Government rich. The Centres direct tax collections may surpass indirect tax collections for the first time ever. The Governments direct tax collections grew by 42.5 per cent last year and in 2008 it is expected to earn more. The numbers are impressive,...
  • Watch and learn, filing tax returns is plain easy 14-07-2008 10:05 PM

    Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar marked his first Ranji Trophy appearance since Mumbai's final win in 2008-09 with a stroke-filled century in the company of Ajinkya Rahane as the home team gave Railways a tough day in the field at the Wankhede Stadium on day one of the new season. In this...
  • Dummy's guide to filing income tax returns 13-07-2008 12:25 AM

    Lalchand Rajput said that Yuvraj played his natural game and he is a match winner while expressing Sadness Manoj missed his century. ...
  • SBI calls Mahatma Gandhi for pre-exam training 24-06-2008 06:39 PM

    Chester-le-street: Stuart Broad insisted England could cope with the spin-friendly pitches they will face when defending their World Twenty20 title in Sri Lanka after a thumping loss to South Africa. England fell 1-0 behind in a three-match 'warm-up' series for this month's World Twenty20 after a seven-wicket defeat by the...
  • Tendulkar slams critics who try to run him down 26-02-2008 10:43 PM

    London: Former England captain Alec Stewart won't be surprised if the home team record a clean sweep over India in the ongoing ODI series as well, irrespective of the visitor's resolute show in the rain-marred opener at Cheste-le-Street. India may have begun the series as slight favourites but I wouldn't...