24
Monday
April 2017
12:18 AM IST
News Headlines
Home   | Main News   | International  | National   | Business   | Sports   | Special News   | Feature News   | Entertainment   | About Deepika 
SPECIAL NEWS
When Modi turned a wildlife photographer
 
(New Delhi, Nov 1, 2016, DG): Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a good time clicking photos of a tiger. He was inaugurating the Jungle Safari park in Chhattisgarh’s Naya Raipur.

“Was taken to the jungle safari by the Chief Minister. It is his pet project. I see great scope for tourism in Chhattisgarh. Why must we give importance to tourism? Because it gives economic opportunities to the poorest of the poor,” Modi said in a series of tweets. He shared these photos through his twitter account.

Have a look at these photos:








Cool-headed duck becomes latest Internet sensation !
Kalolsavam 2017: Manju steals the limelight
A sparkling gem of an artist
7 steps to beat childhood obesity
This Kerala Church has a model worthy of emulation !
Mollywood actors stand with Modi
Janapriyanayakan Dileep lays a foundation of love
A Kiwi legend descends on God's own Country
Saint Theresa of Calcutta gets a wax avatar in Kerala
Meet the man behind the wild hunt
Netizens find a link between 'Kireedom' and Kannur
Pakistani lady’s FB post about relations with India goes viral
Pope Francis appears in hospitals, Staff astonished
Now, Modi ji is ready to play with your kids
This act of compassion turns their Onam memorable
Proud son of 'Father Teresa' is overjoyed
Monika thanks mother for healing touch
Rajeev Alunkal's poem on Mother Teresa reaches Vatican
Alencherry wants a cut down on over- the- top celebrations
“The righteous gives without holding back”: Indian Catholic Bishop donates kidney to Hindu man
ENTERTAINMENT
Sushmita Sen opens up on her dream role
 Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen today said having explored comedy, drama and emotions, she now wants to play the role of a mature woman in a film.  
"Frustrated netizens criticize senior film makers like me"
Renji Panicker delighted over the success of 'Raees'
Jackie unbeatable, never tired: Sonu Sood
FEATURE NEWS
JEE Main 2017 over, “Cutoff expected to be 105”, say experts
 JEE Main 2017 Cutoff is expected to be around 105, claim experts. The exam concluded on Sunday with completion of online mode.
Not so 'NEET' after all
Mundrothuruthu: A Disappearing Fertile Island
Pregnant women constrained to give birth on public road sides
Rashtra Deepika LTD
Copyright @ 2017 , Rashtra Deepika Ltd.