Jodia Di Mata Temple   
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Jodia Di Mata Temple  

Located at a peaceful and heavenly location in the abode great Himalayas, Jodia Di Mata Temple belongs to a Hindu goddess, who is also the local deity of…

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Lucky Grahak Yojana
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Lucky Grahak Yojana

To increase the attention and gain interest of people towards making cashless transactions, Govt. has released a scheme called “Lucky Grahak Yojana”. Under this scheme, people are rewarded…

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The Legend of Dhoula Wali Mata Temple
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The Legend of Dhoula Wali Mata Temple

This temple is most famous for its place in mythological literature. The story around Dhoula wali mata temple revolves around the construction of an epical structure. This temple…

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Short queues outside ATMs, but many machines still dry
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Short queues outside ATMs, but many machines still dry

The rush for cash in the capital has eased with shorter queues outside ATMs after over two months of the November 8 demonetisation move, although most of the…

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Why India’s richest state cannot hire enough teachers 
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Why India’s richest state cannot hire enough teachers 

A government school that needs 59 teachers being run by two temporary appointees: This is not a story from a poor, rural backwater but from the National Capital…

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Himachal temple to have 1,600 kg butter idol
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Himachal temple to have 1,600 kg butter idol

Preparations started on Saturday morning for the installation of the idol of Goddess Brajeshwari Devi made of 1,600 kg of clarified butter in the famous Brajeshwari Devi temple…

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A week on, Shimla struggles to cope with record snowfall
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A week on, Shimla struggles to cope with record snowfall

As heavy snowfall has eluded this erstwhile summer capital of British India in recent times, the “snow manual” of the administration, followed since the Raj, has virtually been…

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‘Hollywood can learn how to embrace culture from Bollywood’
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‘Hollywood can learn how to embrace culture from Bollywood’

Apart from the dance and drama of Bollywood, Jess Gonchor is captivated by how the Indian film industry puts pieces of Indian culture into its storylines. The American…

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Digital payment providers to fix firewalls as transactions swell 
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Digital payment providers to fix firewalls as transactions swell 

At a time when the cyber vulnerability in the payment gateways of e-wallet companies are becoming visible as they witness a rise in usage and popularity, upgraded security…

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413,457 ‘accidental’ deaths in India in 2015
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413,457 ‘accidental’ deaths in India in 2015

New Delhi, Jan 12 (IANS) A total of 413,457 people were victims of natural and unnatural “accidental deaths” in the country in 2015, according to the National Crime…

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In Pictures: 11 Shocking Facts About Tirupati Balaji Temple That Are Hard To Believe
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In Pictures: 11 Shocking Facts About Tirupati Balaji Temple That Are Hard To Believe

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple or Tirupati Balaji temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh is an ancient and one of the richest shrines of…

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India reduces baby deaths but still hasn’t met 2012 targets
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India reduces baby deaths but still hasn’t met 2012 targets

First, the good news: 37 babies died for every 1,000 that were born in 2015, two better than the government’s projections of an infant mortality rate (IMR) of…

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3 die every 10 minutes in road accidents; up 9% in 4 Years
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3 die every 10 minutes in road accidents; up 9% in 4 Years

There were nine road accidents that killed three people every 10 minutes in 2015, according to new national data, an increase of nine per cent over four years.…

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The Legend of Akshardham Temple, New Delhi
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The Legend of Akshardham Temple, New Delhi

The Akshardham temple is situated in New Delhi and is considered as one of the most gorgeous temples of India while holding the Guinness record for being the…

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My contribution will be visible once I leave this world: Om Puri
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My contribution will be visible once I leave this world: Om Puri

Mumbai, Jan 6 (IANS) Did Om Puri have a premonition about his death when he spoke about it to IANS just a fortnight ago? In retrospect, it would…

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Son of Soil, CJI TS Thakur retitres today; Justice KS Kher takes over as new CJI
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Son of Soil, CJI TS Thakur retitres today; Justice KS Kher takes over as new CJI

Known for his Urdu couplets, sentimental demeanour and kindness, Chief Justice of India TS Thakur heard his last case in the court number 1 at the Supreme Court…

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2017: 4 things India can look forward to
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2017: 4 things India can look forward to

  An increased focus on renewable energy, more reliable power supply to villages, growing spread of Aadhaar — the national identification system — and greater use and spread…

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6 things to do on in Jammu on new year eve
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6 things to do on in Jammu on new year eve

following are the few things that  you can ddo while you are in jammu. 1. Patnitop: Go to this hilly destination with your family and friends. As the temperature is…

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A year of success, consolidation for BJP (2016 in Retrospect)
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A year of success, consolidation for BJP (2016 in Retrospect)

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) consolidated its position as the premier national party of Indian politics in 2016, breaking new ground in some states. The coming year poses…

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TOP Achievers of J&K
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TOP Achievers of J&K

1. Chain Singh Chain Singh (born 5 April 1989) in J&K is an Indian sport shooter. He won the bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games at Incheon in the men’s 50m rifle 3…

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