Bharatiya Janta Party on Friday released its manifesto for the upcoming Karnataka elections in Bengaluru. The manifesto was released by party's Chief Minister candidate BS Yeddyurappa in the presence of various party leaders. The manifesto promises re-introduction of cow [...]
Jaipur, July 29: Rains lashed several parts of Rajasthan today and the weatherman has forecast more showers tomorrow. Udaipur and Ajmer division received heavy rainfall while Bhilwara received 15 cm of rainfall followed by Arnod in Pratapgarh which received 13 cm [...]
Stock market: Weeding out [...]
Gurusaidutt defeated compatriot Sourabh Verma 21-18 21-14, while second seed Sameer eked out an 11-21 21-18 21-16 win over Japan's Yu Igarashi. [...]
The Indian Government has reportedly approved a three-year exemption from the 30% annual local sourcing norms required for foreign single-brand retail companies with “cutting-edge technology&rdq... [...]
In a complete change of heart, Hasin Jahan, wife of cricketer Mohammed Shami, has said she wants to meet the injured India fast bowler following a road accident on Sunday. [...]
Kolkata, July 27: The Centre has cleared a proposal to send a rescue team to Bangladesh to bring back an elephant stranded in the neighbouring country after being washed away by the strong currents of the Brahmaputra from Assam. Officials of [...]
Bengaluru, Apr 8: Forget the BJP winning the 2019 polls, even Prime Minister Narendra Modi might lose his Varanasi seat under a united opposition, asserted Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday. Pegging his confidence on opposition unity, Gandhi said [...]
BJP announces third list for Karnataka polls, 59 names announced [...]
Thane police arrested wife of Shiv Sena leader Shailesh Nimse & one man, for murdering the leader on Wednesday. Nimse (43) was Sena's former office-bearer of Shahapur tehsil. Police had recovered his half-burnt body on 20 April. Search on [...]
As the monsoon rains start in Bangladesh, there are grave concerns for refugeesFor 14 terrifying days, Nabil Alam, his wife and nine children trudged through the jungles of northern Myanmar to reach the border with Bangladesh. The entire way, Alam looked over his shoulder for soldiers or local militia groups armed with clubs and knives.That was eight months ago. Now, in the refugee camps of south-east Bangladesh, he is anxiously watching the sky, awaiting the dark clouds that will soon drench the area in months of monsoon rain.The Rohingya are Muslims who live in majority-Buddhist Myanmar. They are often described as "the world's most persecuted minority". Related: As the monsoons approach, the Rohingya refugees are desperate for hope | Lisa Singh and Andrew Broad Continue reading... [...]
Patidar quota agitation leader Hardik Patel on Friday said that he will extend his support to the stir by members of the Gujjar community in Rajasthan from May 15 to press for their demand of five per cent reservation from within [...]
As the house proceeding is underway, Congress leader VS Ugrappa alleged that BJP leaders are trying to lure Congress MLA from Yellapur ahead of the floor test on Saturday. In an audio clip released by a private television, Chief [...]
International development select committee also supports review of UK aid and application of financial sanctions The UK must support efforts to refer Myanmar’s regime to the international criminal court over evidence of state-sanctioned ethnic cleansing of Rohingya people and human rights abuses, according to MPs on the international development select committee.They also called for a complete review of UK aid to Myanmar, which was worth £100m in 2018, saying the sums were agreed at the time it appeared the country was on a transition to democracy. Related: 'Hallmarks of genocide': ICC prosecutor seeks justice for Rohingya Related: 'Lives will be lost': 700,000 Rohingya face cyclone season under tarpaulin Continue reading... [...]
The year 2017, or at least its latter half, in the world of smartphones has really been about a couple of features showing up everywhere - 18:9 displays and dual cameras. Some phones have even launche... [...]
Chennai skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday said that the consistency of the Indian fast bowlers was one of the big positives of the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League. [...]
Considering increase in road accidents in state, Goa Police took this initiative to
educate tourists and locals about road safety and security. [...]
In an open threat to to the cinema halls, the Rajput Karni Sena, which has been protesting against the movie Padmavati, on Saturday, said it it would vandalise halls which are going to screen the Sanjay Leela Banshali directed period film. [...]
Violence that broke out over the 200th anniversary celebrations of Bhima-Koregaon battle in Pune on Monday spread across Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra on Tuesday. Dalit organisations have called for a day bandh on Wednesday. Activist and grandson [...]
When Arvind Kejriwal hosted Arun Jaitley after GST Council meet [...]
Gauri Lankesh would have turned 56 years old on Monday had she not been shot dead by unknown assailants in September 2017. As a mark of respect to the slain journalist, her fans, family, supporters, colleagues and student leaders will celebrate [...]
In a 'tell-all' Facebook post about Sridevi's life, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has said that the late actress was actually a child trapped in a woman's body. Varma's letter says that Sridevi was not 'happy' as she seemed to the public. [...]
Dell has introduced its new lineup of hybrid laptops in India, under the Inspiron series. The Inspiron 3000 series now has an 11.6" hybrid with Pentium and Core m3 processor variants, while the I... [...]
It’s greek to me: A batch of Kourambiethes for Christmas. (Source: Express Archive)
By: Shantanu David
From the Chef’s kitchen:
KOURAMBIETHES (GREEK ALMOND CHRISTMAS COOKIES)
New Delhi, Aug 5: Software major Infosys has sought the Union government's approval to set up an IT special economic zone (SEZ) in West Bengal. The company's application will be considered by the inter-ministerial body, Board of Approval (BoA), headed by [...]
Maruti Suzuki has announced a service campaign on its Nexa website to inspect and fix a possible issue with the car's brake vacuum hose.
The manufacturer will contact owners via their dealers starting May 14 to replace the possibly faulty part which was fitted on the Swift and Baleno hatchbacks that were manufactured between December 1, 2017 and March 16, 2018 – a total of 52,686 units.
As is usually the case in mass recalls such as these, if a replacement is required, it will be performed by the automaker, free of cost. Owners of the Swift and Baleno models can use this link to find out if this mass recall affects their car. All they need to do is fill their car’s chassis number into the form provided.
In other news, the company is expected to launch a number of models this year, including the second-genation Ertiga MPV, an updated Vitara Brezza compact SUV and the third-generation WagonR – Maruti’s tall-boy hatch.