PM Narendra Modi launches ‘Make in India' campaign

Launching his government's ambitious project to make India a manufacturing hub, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday promised effective and easy governance to help achieve high growth and creation of jobs.

Madhur Bhandarkar's 'Calendar Girls' halfway done

 Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, who started his new project "Calendar Girls" with five new faces in July, has completed fifty percent of its shooting.

Kanye teams up with Paul McCartney?

Rapper Kanye West may team up with singer Paul McCartney for a new project.

No funds for Akhilesh Yadav`s pet projects in UP budget

Two pet projects of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav got a quiet burial Friday as no funds were allotted for his ambitious free laptop scheme for class 12 pass out students as also for paying unemployment allowance, in the 2014-15 state budget presented by him here.

Himachal to get USD 100 million from WB for `green` growth

Himachal Pradesh today became the first Indian state to get USD 100 million World Bank project for promoting green growth and sustainable development in the state as the Centre, the World Bank and the state signed a deal to this effect here today.

`Dodgy` bowlers may be made to wear sensors to prevent `chucking`

Controversial bowlers may reportedly be forced to wear hi-tech sensors during international matches in a bid to boot `chuckers` out of the game.

India approves $160 mn for power projects in Nepal

India has approved a soft loan of USD 160 million for three power projects in Nepal, fulfilling its commitment made to the power-starved neighbouring country.

Thanks to good projects, Sarah Jane feels lucky

Sarah Jane Dias has bagged Atul Agnihotri`s ‘O Teri’ and is glad to be getting a chance to work with big names in filmdom.

Lady Gaga confirms rumours of documentary-project on her life

Pop star Lady Gaga has announced that she is making a film.

Harmuti-Itanagar railway project nearing completion

The Harmuti-Itanagar railway line project is nearing completion in Arunachal Pradesh.

CPI(M) opposes Damanganga-Pinjal river link project

CPI(M) has opposed the proposed Damanganga-Pinjal River Link Project which will connect Gujarat with Maharashtra.

Kalpasar dam project yet to take off

The Kalpasar Dam project envisaged a decade ago to resolve the water woes in Saurashtra and Kutch region in Gujarat, is yet to take off.

Anti-KNPP movement insists on closure of project

Insisting on their demand
for closure of the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant, anti-KNPP
groups on Saturday staged a demonstration.

Govt to spend Rs 90 lakh on consumer interest

The government will spend Rs 90
lakh on a project, to
promote and protect the interest of consumers against
unethical trade practices.

Congress to project Rahul as future leader: Pranab

The Congress on Tuesday made it clear that it would project scion of Gandhi family, Rahul as the future leader.

Monorail project suggested for State capital

Kerala cabinet on Wednesday entrusted National Transportation Planning and
Research Centre with the task of conducting a feasibility
study to introduce a 28-km monorail project for the city.

SC`s fiat to Karnataka on Banglore-Mysore project

The Supreme Court
on Thursday asked Karnataka to explain within six weeks the reasons
for non-compliance of its April 20, 2006, order.

HIV/AIDS project reaches out to vulnerable truck drivers

An HIV/AIDS project by a brewery company is reaching out to truck drivers - a vulnerable section - referring 859 of them to testing centres and hospitals.

CWG scam: 6 arrested in streetscaping project case

The CBI has arrested six
persons including two senior MCD officials and an employee
of Philips India for alleged irregularities in tendering
process of streetscaping project awarded ahead of Commonwealth

Orissa to resume land acquisition for Posco project from May18

Armed with the final forest
clearance order for the mega Posco steel project near Paradip,
Orissa government on Saturday decided to resume land acquisition
activities from May 18.