Impacting Lives of Beginners: Mrs. Neena Bhatia, Principal ABC Public School

Impacting Lives of Beginners: Mrs. Neena Bhatia, Principal ABC Public School

  Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My father was my inspiration in Childhood. He always preached us that luck sure comes at the door and knocks too but your efforts More »

Top of the Town: Ravindra Bhadana, MLA  Indian politician and a member of the 16th Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh of India

Top of the Town: Ravindra Bhadana, MLA Indian politician and a member of the 16th Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh of India

1. आपका बचपन में प्रेरणा स्त्रोत कौन था? मेरे पूज्य बाबाजी स्वर्गीय श्री रामसिंह जी । जो एक कृषक थे, एक सामाजिक व्यक्ति थे। उन्होंने जिंदगी में मुझे जीना सीखाया। प्ररेणा भी More »

Top of the Town: Mr. Vikram Parakash Lamba, MD American Institute of English Language Pvt. Ltd.

Top of the Town: Mr. Vikram Parakash Lamba, MD American Institute of English Language Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Vikram Parakash Lamba, MD American Institute of English Language Pvt. Ltd. with 300+ Centers all across India Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My mother and father were my source More »

Top of the town: Dr. Mohini Lamba, Director in American Kids Play School, Early Childhood Curriculum Developer, Montessori Teachers Trainer

Top of the town: Dr. Mohini Lamba, Director in American Kids Play School, Early Childhood Curriculum Developer, Montessori Teachers Trainer

Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My inspiration was my family. I was surrounded by educators in my family. Ma Nanaji, Mamaji, my mother everybody was into academics. My Mamaji was More »

Top of the Town: Mrs. Monika Kohli, 52 years young model and actor, into print ads, T.V. commercials and movies

Top of the Town: Mrs. Monika Kohli, 52 years young model and actor, into print ads, T.V. commercials and movies

Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? I always believed that inspiration is from inside and not from outside. Only you can inspire yourself. Outward inspirations are momentary and do not stay More »

Top of the town: Respected Rajendra Aggarwal, MP

Top of the town: Respected Rajendra Aggarwal, MP

  Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My dad and my uncle were my inspiration in my childhood. Both of them were associated with RSS. They inspired me to join RSS More »

Top of the town: Dr. Vishwajeet Bembi, renowned Physician and Social Worker

Top of the town: Dr. Vishwajeet Bembi, renowned Physician and Social Worker

Dr.Vishwajeet Bembi, renowned Physician and Social Worker Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My mother was my inspiration in my childhood and she is still my inspiration. My brother had also More »

Top of the town: Mr. Rakesh Kohli, Chairman, Stag International known for sporting goods in different countries of the world.

Top of the town: Mr. Rakesh Kohli, Chairman, Stag International known for sporting goods in different countries of the world.

Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? My grandfather was my biggest inspiration. I had learnt the minutest details of life from him. I learnt a lot from him about business. Like More »

Top of the town: Mr. Prem Mehta, Principal City Vocational Public School

Top of the town: Mr. Prem Mehta, Principal City Vocational Public School

Who was your inspiration in Childhood ? I think in my childhood it was the national leaders like Gandhi ji and Nehru ji who inspired me the most because our exposure at More »

Top of the town: Dr. Mamta Varshney, Lecturer and Poetess

Top of the town: Dr. Mamta Varshney, Lecturer and Poetess

Who was your inspiration in Childhood? Radio was my source of inspiration as I used to listen to loads of music and radio and tape recorder were the only source to listen More »

 

Australia expects India to agree to Adelaide day-night Test

India have been reluctant to embrace the playing of the longest format of the game under lights and are the only major cricketing nation yet to participate in a pink-ball test.

Tens of thousands march in Tel Aviv against 'govt corruption'

TEL AVIV: Tens of thousands of people have protested in Tel Aviv against what they say is corruption within the government and the slow pace of investigations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu is suspected of receiving luxury gifts from wealthy supporters and has also faced police questioning over a secret deal he allegedly sought for favourable coverage with the publisher of top-selling Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot.

Protesters late yesterday massed in a large boulevard of an upmarket neighbourhood in the Israeli city, an AFP reporter said, shouting “Shame” and “Bibi go home”, referring to the prime minister by his nickname.

The rally — dubbed “the march of shame” — was organised by the leaders of weekly protests which have taken place outside the home of Attorney General Avishai Mandelblit over the past few months.

“Bibi and his government are destroying the country. There’s been enough corruption,” said demonstrator Michal, a Tel Aviv resident who preferred not to give his full name.

Opposition leader Isaac Herzog expressed solidarity with the protesters, writing on Facebook that “the frustration … stems from a feeling of injustice, revulsion against corruption and the moral objection to a law made to measure for one person”.

Israel’s parliament will tomorrow give a second and third reading of a bill that Netanyahu’s opponents say is designed to help him survive the police investigation.

The bill’s sponsor, David Amsalem of Netanyahu’s Likud party, said he sought only to protect the rights and reputation of suspects.

Netanyahu is suspected of having received luxury gifts from affluent individuals including Israeli businessman and Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan, who has also been questioned.

Milchan, a long-time friend of Netanyahu, reportedly sent him boxes of expensive cigars and other items worth tens of thousands of dollars.

In addition to suspicions that the gifts constituted bribery, the police also suspect that Netanyahu sought a secret pact — not believed to have been finalised — which would have seen him receive favourable coverage in return for helping curb Yediot’s competitor, the pro-Netanyahu freesheet Israel Hayom.

Netanyahu has consistently denied any wrongdoing and says he has been the target of a campaign by political opponents.

Tens of thousands march in Tel Aviv against 'govt corruption'

TEL AVIV: Tens of thousands of people have protested in Tel Aviv against what they say is corruption within the government and the slow pace of investigations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu is suspected of receiving luxury gifts from wealthy supporters and has also faced police questioning over a secret deal he allegedly sought for favourable coverage with the publisher of top-selling Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot.

Protesters late yesterday massed in a large boulevard of an upmarket neighbourhood in the Israeli city, an AFP reporter said, shouting “Shame” and “Bibi go home”, referring to the prime minister by his nickname.

The rally — dubbed “the march of shame” — was organised by the leaders of weekly protests which have taken place outside the home of Attorney General Avishai Mandelblit over the past few months.

“Bibi and his government are destroying the country. There’s been enough corruption,” said demonstrator Michal, a Tel Aviv resident who preferred not to give his full name.

Opposition leader Isaac Herzog expressed solidarity with the protesters, writing on Facebook that “the frustration … stems from a feeling of injustice, revulsion against corruption and the moral objection to a law made to measure for one person”.

Israel’s parliament will tomorrow give a second and third reading of a bill that Netanyahu’s opponents say is designed to help him survive the police investigation.

The bill’s sponsor, David Amsalem of Netanyahu’s Likud party, said he sought only to protect the rights and reputation of suspects.

Netanyahu is suspected of having received luxury gifts from affluent individuals including Israeli businessman and Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan, who has also been questioned.

Milchan, a long-time friend of Netanyahu, reportedly sent him boxes of expensive cigars and other items worth tens of thousands of dollars.

In addition to suspicions that the gifts constituted bribery, the police also suspect that Netanyahu sought a secret pact — not believed to have been finalised — which would have seen him receive favourable coverage in return for helping curb Yediot’s competitor, the pro-Netanyahu freesheet Israel Hayom.

Netanyahu has consistently denied any wrongdoing and says he has been the target of a campaign by political opponents.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.

Is Ritika-Simran pair answer to India’s women’s doubles woes?

It is no secret that women’s doubles is the weakest link in Indian badminton. This fact was also admitted by India’s specialist doubles coach Kim Tan Her of Malaysia while witnessing the Senior National Badminton Championship at Nagpur last month.