Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Sukma Collector may be released within 48 hours/ Did Albert Einstein starve his Wife for Sex ?

Biharprabha News

Monday, April 30, 2012

  • On May Day, trade unions at crossroads
    Even as trade unions the world over are celebrating May Day with rallies, holidays and discussions, questions are being asked about the role of labour outfits in the changed liberal and globalised scenario. "Trade unions everywhere are losing their revolutionary character and are seen degenerating into litigation committees, striking deals and bargains with managements. Their [...]
  • Assam Boat Tragedy victims kin to get 1.5 Lakh each
    The Assam government has announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs.1.5 lakh each to the next of kin of those who died in the boat tragedy in Dhubri district a day earlier. At least 68 people died and over 150 were still missing after a ferry, with over 250 people on board, capsized in heavy storm [...]
  • Alex Paul Menon may be released within 48 hours
    Abducted Sukma collector Alex Paul Menon may be released in the next 48 hours as the Maoist interlocutors and the Chhattisgarh government-appointed mediators agreeing Monday night to form a high-powered panel to deal with the Maoists' demands. Maoist interlocutors, Hyderabad-based professor G. Hargopal and Delhi-based former IAS officer B.D. Sharma and government mediators Nirmala Buch [...]
  • AMU gets first Woman in its Teacher Association
    Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has for the first time elected a woman to its influential teacher's association. S. Chandni Bi, assistant professor of history, has been elected to the powerful executive council of the AMUTA (Aligarh Muslim Unversity Teachers Association), officials said. "It's a significant development and I hope to further the cause of women's [...]
  • Did Albert Einstein starve his Wife for Sex ?
    While the world knows Albert Einstein for his theory of general relativity which effected a revolution in physics, a book has revealed the genius expected his wife to abide by a cruel list of rules which included sex ban. Einstein barred Mileva Maric from sitting with him or going out together – and even ordered [...]
  • 5 year Old returns back after spending Jail Term in Bangladesh
    A 5 year old Indian Kid has returned back after spending jail term in Bangladesh. Ariful Sheikh today returned home in Murshidabad district after spending a year in a Bangladesh jail along with his grandparents after being sentenced to two months in prison for trespassing. Ariful and his grandparent–Hashimuddin Sheikh (48) and Mafroza Khatun (40)–reached [...]
  • India launches website to track Mobile Consumer Complaints
    The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Monday launched a portal to help subscribers lodge service complaints and track their redressal. Called the Telecom Consumers Complaint Monitoring System (TCCMS), the portal tccms.gov.in would help consumers locate various contact details, including consumer care and general information numbers of the complaint centre and appellate authority of their [...]
  • Indian Shooting Team denied entry in London Hotel
    London: In a shocking incident, the Indian shooting contingent, which is currently in London for the ISSF World Cup, was denied entry into a hotel here on Saturday night that left the players without any accommodation, CNN IBN reported The hotel authorities asked the rifle and pistol team, which included India's Olympic shooters, to leave [...]
  • Sale of Gandhi's Charkha grows by 300 percent
    Mahatma Gandhi's eternal companion Charkha has touched new levels of popularity among his followers as the sale of the hand spinning wheel has tripled in the last year from the Sabarmati Ashram here. The Father of the Nation used charkha as a tool to promote economic self-sufficiency during the British rule and bring awareness about [...]
  • Bihar Lawyers to go on Strike on May 2
    Lawyers in Bihar will abstain from judicial work on May 2 to protest against the arrest of one their colleagues in Samastipur district on April 19. Bihar State Bar Council (BSBC) today said counsels throughout the state will abstain from judicial work on May 2 to protest against the arrest of lawyer Anil Kumar Singh [...]

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