January 23, 2022 23:42 (IST)
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PM Modi to interact with Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar awardees tomorrow | India's 'tallest man' Dharmendra Pratap Singh joins Samajwadi Party ahead of UP polls | At 3.33 lakh new Covid-19 infections, India witnesses marginal drop in cases from yesterday | New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern calls off her wedding after new Covid rules amid Omicron rise | PM Modi pays homage to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his birth anniversary

JK: Cultural prog organised

Srinagar: In continuation to the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ initiative of the government commemorating 75 years of progressive India, the Artists of Cultural Unit Srinagar today performed at Auditorium Hall of DIPR, here.

4 Ways to Improve the Longevity of Your Relationship

Whether you’ve been in a relationship for 2 weeks or 2 years, you probably worry if you’re investing your energy into something that will stand the test of time. Nobody likes wasting their time (and emotions) on a relationship that is doomed to fail. While not every couple is a match made in heaven, everybody will experience setbacks that can make it more difficult to ensure a long, healthy relationship. Fortunately, there are ways to overcome these challenges and even make them less frequent. So, in today’s post, we will look at 4 ways to improve the longevity of your relationship!

Chai- the brew that binds India

German social worker Marco Husler has made a documentary film called Masala Chai which brings to the fore the much-loved Indian brew with its many regional flavours and the people who serve them. Shoma A. Chatterji reports

Google doodles to mark Fatima Sheikh's birth anniversary 

New York: Popular internet search engine Google on Sunday decorated its homepage with a doodle to mark the birth anniversary of India's first female Muslim teacher, educator and feminist icon Fatima Sheikh.

Bushra Bano of Uttar Pradesh becomes an IPS beating four surgeries, responsibility of two kids

It’s very rare in the history of Indian civil services that women candidates face interviews when they are more than eight months' pregnant and have undergone multiple surgeries. Dr Bushra Bano, a resident of Sork qaswa in Kannauj district, UP, and Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) of Firozabad (Sadar tehsil), has faced this odds meritoriously. She has secured the 234th rank in the latest UPSC list of successful candidates. She was allotted the Indian Police Services (IPS).

Kolkata Police's initiative Pronam celebrates Christmas with elderly citizens of St Joseph’s Home

Kolkata/IBNS: Pronam, a joint initiative of the Bengal and Kolkata Police for the senior citizens of the city and supported by Shree Cement, organized a programme “Celebration of Christmas” at the Little Sisters of the Poor, St Joseph’s Home for the aged in Kolkata on Sunday.

Hard Rock Cafe: 50 years since it began on an iconic journey

Kolkata/IBNS: Hard Rock Cafe® (HRC) turned 50 since it was established in London by Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton.

Miss World postponed as India's Manasa, 16 others test Covid positive

New Delhi/UNI: The finale of global pageant Miss World, which was to take place at the Puerto Rico Coliseum Jose Miguel Agrelot on Friday (India time), was cancelled at the 11th hour as many contestants, including India's Manasa Varanasi, tested positive for Covid-19.

4 Ways to Style Your Fancy Sarees Like a Bollywood Diva

Sarees have been the traditional attire for women in India for centuries. Over time, this attire has remained relevant because women have adapted sarees to their own styles with new draping techniques. Six yards of cloth still remain the same as it was centuries ago, but the way it is worn, adorned, and presented has changed over the years.

Dr B C Roy Institute makeover revives city’s glorious architectural splendour

Kolkata/IBNS: The major renovation of the Dr B C Roy Institute at Kolkata's Sealdah region by the Eastern Railway, formerly known as The Clem Browne Institute, has revived the spirit of its past architectural splendour and heritage through restoration work.

Sting signs up Akshay Kumar as its first-ever brand ambassador in India

Kolkata: Teaming up to bring a jolt of energy for its consumers, PepsiCo India’s energy drink Sting announced Bollywood megastar Akshay Kumar its first-ever brand ambassador in India.

Aligarh’s Areeba shoots to fame, breaks stereotypes about Muslim girls

Areeba Khan, a 20-year-old student of Aligarh Muslim University, breaks the image of AMU girls that are often portrayed in the media as burqa-clad conservative women. In fact, she breaks the image of average Indian girls who are considered to be diffident and unfit for uncommon sports like shooting. Areeba today is the number two-ranked shooter of India, writes Dr. Shujaat Ali Quadri

Roulette as One of the Most Popular Online Casino Games

Recently, roulette has gained wide popularity among gamblers. Like other online casino games, it's a unique opportunity to relax, have fun, and make an average evening more exciting. However, it's important to have patience and luck to make it more enjoyable.

Piyush Goyal shares throwback pics with wife Seema on 30th wedding anniversary

Delhi/IBNS: Union minister Piyush Goyal, who celebrated his 30th marriage anniversary Wednesday, shared the memories of his wedding day on Twitter along with a heartwarming note for his wife Seema Goyal.  

Translation is also 'transcreation', says writer-journalist Ranjita Biswas on receiving PFC-Valley of Words award

“Today translation as a literary genre is getting amply recognised, if long overdue, in India. In another development in recent years, it is now accepted that writings in English is part of the wider spectrum of Indian regional literatures,” said Ranjita Biswas, journalist, author and translator, in her acceptance speech after receiving the PFC-Valley of Words, 2021, Award in the English Translation category.