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Saturday 14 February 2015 बदल सकता है TRP मापने का पैमाना, इस अप्रैल में TAM को झटका देगा BARC ब्रॉडकास्‍टर्स और इंडस्‍ट्री से जुड़े लोगों ने संकेत दिए हैं कि TAM (Television Audience measurement) के रेटिंग सिस्‍टम को...
Vows to make Delhi safe and corruption free in five years14022015 Feb 14
Aam Aadmi Chief Arvind Kejriwal was today sworn in as the Chief Minister of Delhi. Lt Governor Najeeb Jung administered him the oath of office and secrecy at Ramlila Maidan. Six other Aam Aadmi Party leaders – Manish Sisodia, Asim Ahmed Khan, Sandeep Kumar, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai and Jitender Singh Tomar were also sworn-in as ministers. President Pranab Mukherjee Friday night appointed Mr Kejriwal as Chief Minister of Delhi with effect from the date he is sworn-in.
A Home Ministry statement said, the President also signed an order to revoke Central rule in Delhi from today. AAP sources said, Mr Kejriwal is expected to keep the key portfolios of Home, Power and Finance with himself, while giving Education, PWD and Urban Development to his confidante Manish Sisodia, who will also be the Deputy Chief Minister. AIR correspondent reports, Satyendar Jain, who had handled the Health and Industry in the…
Kenya a World Class Golfing Destination14022015
All India, 12th February 2015 : Golf is one competitive sport that is gaining traction in Kenya. The first golf course in the country was built in the 1900s by the British colonials. Kenya is famous for wildlife safaris, beautiful scenery and excellent white sand beaches, but also has developed as a major sporting hub in East Africa. There are over 42 Golf courses stretched across the country, at least twelve of which have hosted major tournaments and are considered to be of international standard.
The attraction of Kenya as both a golfing and tourist destination has been buoyed by its favourable climate which is a mixture of tropical and highland climate. The warm and sunny conditions make the country a great relaxation and sporting destination. Kenya’s weather is ideal for golf all year round making it one of the world’s top golfing destinations. Golf is undoubtedly one of the world’s best travelling sports. Golf offers the…

BJP, PDP J&K Government work on a common minimum programme

BJP, PDP close to seal deal on J&K govt formation

BJP leader Ram Madhav has said that talks with PDP over the government formation in Jammu and Kashmir is in progress. Talking to reporters in New Delhi yesterday, he said the two parties are working on a common minimum programme and will soon be able to reach a consensus to form government in the state.

He said there are some issues on which common understanding between the BJP and the PDP is yet to arrive.
PM Sheikh Hasina rejects talks Feb 12
Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has rejected calls for talks, and said her government would sue BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia for instigating, patronising and financing the on-going violence in the country which has left over 60 people dead. Describing the arson and killings as not politics but terrorism, Hasina said all measures would be taken to try those involved in fire-bombing and arson.
The Law Minister has already been asked to set up a speedy trial course for the purpose. On a visit to the burn unit of the Dhaka Medical College Hospital where most victims are being treated, she also warned civil society members who make provocative and instigating remarks on television talk-shows.
Meanwhile the garment industry, transport owners, bankers and insurers have decided to go on a hunger strike on Saturday demanding an end to the political unrest inflicting great damage to their businesses.

Shantanu Gupta writes on Facebook  1 hr ·  AAP has 1825 days to keep their promises of - 500 new schools
- 20 new colleges
- 1500000 CCTV cameras
- 200000 public toilets So at an average,
- a school to be started in every 3.65 days
- a college to be started in every 91.25 days
- a CCTV to be installed in every 2 mins
- a public toilet to be build in every 13 mins All this will be funded by 50% cut in electricity tariff, VAT reduction, free water and WiFi..
Mukesh Kumar consolidates in round two of The Hemisphere PGTI Masters, leads by three shots
Noida, February 11, 2015: Mukesh Kumar of Mhow shot a five-under-67 to be the sole leader in round two of The Hemisphere PGTI Masters being played at the Noida Golf Course. Mukesh totaled nine-under-135 at the halfway stage to lead by three shots. Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik was placed second at six-under-138.
The cut was declared at four-over-148. Fifty-eight professionals made the cut.
The seasoned Mukesh Kumar (68-67), a winner of over 110 titles including 15 on the PGTI, started the day on a positive note as he birdied the first. The overnight joint leader gathered steam with a chip-in from the bunker for another birdie on the fourth. Mukesh, who won his last title in 2013, landed his iron shots within four feet on the seventh, 10th, 14th and 18th for four more birdies. The only setback for him was the bogey on the 11th where he missed an up and down.
“My putting was much better today as comp…
Police Take No ActionEditPublished February 12, 2015 by sagarmediaPolice Take No Action on an Advertisement for –
Athena Ashton’s topical new play – The Missionary Position There clearly seems to be an all out war on Indian Christians and the State is duty bound to protect this micro-minority from extermination. You need to forward this email to the Mumbai Police Commissioner and Chief Minister at:,, csfpost@gmail.comfor action. Register an FIR, Investigate and stop the above play / movie – Hurting Religious Sentiments
The CSF immediately took strong exception to the announcement of a reported play / movie called “The Missionary Position” as per an advertisement released in the media (Bombay Times of India, 31 December 2014) coming soon to theatres in Indian metros. According to the CSF the same is highly objectionable and hurts our religious sentiments. The title itself is commonly understood as the sexual act with …
Analysis of Criminal Background, Financial, Education, Gender and other details of MLAsDelhi Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of all 70 newly elected MLAs in the Delhi 2015 Assembly Elections. Final Party Positions in 2015 Delhi Assembly Elections Party Seats Aam Aadmi Party 67 Bhartiya Janata Party 3 Total 70 Vote Share and Margin of VictoryThe percentage of vote share was calculated by dividing the votes polled for the winner by the total number of valid votes. This value represents the percentage of votes won by the winning candidate among the total number of valid votes polled. Margin of victory for each winner in the Delhi Assembly elections, 2015 is calculated by dividing the difference between the votes polled for the winner and votes polled for the runners up by the total number of valid votes polled in the constituency.
Average Vote Share of MLAs: The …