Savings

  • Write your review: 'Saving Mr Banks'

    Rajeev Masand says 'Saving Mr Banks'could've done with a little less sugar. What do you say? Write your own review and win prizes ...
  • 'Saving Mr Banks' review: It could've done with a little less sugar 07-02-2014 10:39 PM

    Cast: Julie Andrews, Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Paul Giamatti, Colin Farrell Director: John Lee Hancock A year before 'The Sound of Music', in 1964, Julie Andrews starred as the mysterious, magical nanny who floated in from the sky in Disney's beloved children's film 'Mary Poppins'. Now, nearly 50 years later,...
  • CJ Madhevraj highlights the polluted condition of a lake in Bangalore 02-02-2014 12:43 PM

    CJ Madhevraj reports on the polluted state of a fresh water lake in Bangalore. The condition of Varthur Lake is deteriorating all thanks to the unfiltered sewage that flows into it. ...
  • Kerala: Man on a mission to save dying pond gets fresh water fish farmer award 06-01-2014 10:05 AM

    Thiruvananthapuram : A man in Thiruvananthapuram is on a mission to clean up the Chengottukonam pond in which has become the 'favourite' spot for many to dump waste material. Justin Raj begins each day spending an hour on the banks of the pond inspecting the water. He has to watch...
  • Facebook testing 'save-for-later-reading' feature, aims to take on Pocket 28-11-2013 11:30 AM

    New Delhi: Aiming to take on Pocket and other similar services, Facebook is testing a new feature that lets users save articles or links posted to Facebook for later reading. Facebook has not rolled out this feature to all its users, in fact, the feature is visible to some users...
  • Moily starts austerity drive to save fuel by riding on metro 09-10-2013 09:34 PM

    New Delhi: Delhi Metro has a VIP commuter now as Petroleum Minister Veerappa Moily has started his drive to save fuel by commuting through metro to work. He plans to do so every Wednesday and he has also adviced his Cabinet colleagues to use public transport. What can be termed...
  • 'Save Ganga' activist on indefinite fast taken to city hospital 24-09-2013 10:53 AM

    Save Ganga activist GD Aggarwal, who has been on indefinite fast since June to protest hydel projects on the river's tributaries in Uttarakhand, was brought to a hospital in Dehradun after his condition worsened. The 81-year-old activist was brought to Doon hospital here at 2 am on Tuesday after a...
  • 81-year-old IIT professor gives up water to save Ganga river 22-09-2013 08:26 PM

    Uttar Pradesh: Environmental engineer and former IIT professor GD Agarwal, continuing his fast unto death to save the Ganga river for the 102nd day on Sunday, has now given up water too, a close aide said. Agarwal, 81, has been on fast in the Matr Sadan Ashram of Haridwar in...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show 22-09-2013 12:23 PM

    This week, we have children and elderly turning citizen journalists to report the issues that matter to them. While we continue with our 'No Country for Children' campaign, we have children reporting issues of corruption in schools to heavy school bags and child labour. Also, a CJ report on the...
  • NGO stages silent protest at Guwahati High Court 17-08-2013 06:05 PM

    Protests were held by an NGO during the inauguration of the additional building of the GuwahatiHigh Court by Chief Justice of India P Satashivam, on Saturday. Members of the NGO 'Save Guwahati, Build Guwahati' staged a silent protest outside the complex on the banks of Brahmaputra during the inauguration. The...
  • Saving India's Western Ghats: Exploring Tamil Nadu 04-08-2013 10:43 AM

    Discovering various interesting facets of the Western Ghats in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. ...
  • Rajnath dares Congress to declare its PM candidate 26-07-2013 05:29 PM

    New York: BJP president Rajnath Singh on Friday challenged Congress to declare its prime ministerial candidate before losing sleep over the nominee of his party. "Will the Congress dare announce who will be the prime minister candidate before the general elections?" he said addressing members of the North American Chamber...
  • Rajasthan: Piplantri villagers plant over 100 trees to celebrate a girl child's birth 15-07-2013 11:30 AM

    Piplantri: People of Piplantri village in Rajasthan are working on a unique initiative to save the girl child and the shrinking green cover at the same time. The newborn baby may not have a name yet but she already has over 100 trees planted to celebrate her birth. As the...
  • Watch: Mother, baby have a narrow escape after being hit by a car in NY 13-06-2013 08:48 AM

    We bring to you this shocking video of a mom who saved her eight-month-old baby from an out-of-control car. ...
  • CJ Show: Switch on the sun 09-06-2013 11:19 PM

    Greenpeace activist, Brikesh Singh appeals for renewable energy in Delhi. He calls for utilization of solar energy in homes for a safer environment. Brikesh turns CJ to spread his green message. ...
  • CJ Show: Say no to plastic 09-06-2013 10:45 PM

    CJ's Ayan and Ananya talk about their initiative for clean and green environment. As part of their school project, these students are on a mission to eliminate the use of plastic for a green tomorrow. Watch their inspiring story! ...
  • CJ Vimlendu draws attention to pollution in Yamuna 09-06-2013 09:43 PM

    Environmentalist, Vimlendu Jha turns CJ to explain the pollution levels in Yamuna. He takes a walk along the river bank to get a reality check and tells us how the waters are polluted in Delhi. ...
  • CJ Abid fights air pollution in kashmir town 09-06-2013 09:27 PM

    In Khrew Kashmir, cement factories have turned a nightmare for the environment. These factories puff out toxic gases into air, thus threatening the ecology of the area. CJ Abid reports on how cement factories are polluting Kashmir. ...
  • Environment Special: The Citizen Journalist Show 07-06-2013 04:16 PM

    This week, on our CJ environment special, we will be highlighting the issues endangering our environment. ...
  • We need a central nodal authority for the Western Ghats: Bahar Dutt 05-06-2013 07:05 PM

    The Western Ghats is not just a place of breathtaking natural beauty but also a biodiversity zone where many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna flourish. But unrestricted mining, quarrying and huge infrastructure projects are endangering the fragile ecology of the region. This comes at a time when...
  • World Environment Day: Meet the men saving the bats, snakes of Goa 05-06-2013 11:59 AM

    Panaji: It's World Environment Day on Wednesday and CNN-IBN is taking you on a special journey with a new series 'Saving the Western Ghats'. CNN-IBN Environment Editor Bahar Dutt has been travelling to every inch of the old mountains, from Maharashtra all the way down to Kerala. She met India's...
  • J&K: Fake drugs racket busted, Omar government orders probe 28-05-2013 08:50 AM

    Srinagar: A shocking fake drug racket has been busted in Jammu and Kashmir. CNN-IBN has found that spurious medicines are being administered in place of life-saving drugs at various hospitals. Kashmir has been consuming drugs of clay and chalk literally over the past two years. Around a dozen life-saving drugs...
  • Life-saving drugs to get cheaper by up to 80 per cent 17-05-2013 08:00 AM

    New Delhi: Prices of 348 medicines, including life-saving drugs, will be cheaper soon by up to 80 per cent as the new Drug Price Control Order has come into effect. Industry experts said the implementation of the new drug policy will lead to slashing of prices of many anti-cancer and...
  • Need to create awareness about critical newborn care: Nirupama Sarma 07-05-2013 06:25 PM

    India accounts for 3,09,000 baby deaths every year on the first day of their birth, 29 per cent of such deaths around the world. What are the factors responsible for this and how can it be fixed? Save the Children's advocacy director Nirupama Sarma joined IBNLive readers for an interaction...
  • CJs say no to water wastage this Holi 25-03-2013 04:01 PM

    This festive season we are looking at saying no to water wastage, will you be playing a waterless Holi? ...