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Not For Women Only24, Feb 2020, 3:26 PM IST
Rukmini Devi Arundale Chose Dance Over Becoming President Of India!
Honored with the Padma Bhushan in 1956, legendary Bharatanatyam exponent, theosophist and founder of the Kalakshetra, Rukmini Devi Arundale was best known for her visionary work in the field of dance, culture and education. However, very few know that this charismatic lady could have been India’s first female president, had she accepted an offer by the then Prime Minister Morarji Desai. Let’s find out more about this legend in this episode of Not For Women Only with Sunita Iyer.
World21, Feb 2020, 6:09 PM IST
Wuhan-400: The Biggest Conspiracy Theory Around Coronavirus Outbreak
More than 2000 people have died in China because of the Coronavirus outbreak and the Chinese city Wuhan is the epicenter of this virus, which has now spread to more than 25 countries. Earlier we showed you guys a video on how a thriller novel named The Eyes of the Darkness by Dean Koontz published in 1981 mentioned a virus named Wuhan-400, leaving most of us stumped on whether this was just a coincidence or a prophecy made 40 years ago? And now we bring to you excerpts from the book, which has created quite a storm world over. But before we get to the details of Chapter 39 of the book that has 13 mentions of Wuhan-400, we’d like to bring out an interesting angle to this entire mystery. Watch this video to find out more and listen in to perhaps the biggest conspiracy theory around the coronavirus outbreak.
India20, Feb 2020, 1:29 PM IST
10 ID cards of 26/11 attackers carrying Hindu names were fake: Ujjwal Nikam
Special public prosecutor in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case Ujjwal Nikam on Wednesday said it is true that the 10 ID cards of the attackers were fake; however, it cannot be established what was the motive of Pakistan behind this
Views20, Feb 2020, 12:33 PM IST
Bogey of Hindu terror post 26/11: Statements by Congress leaders hurt probe, strengthened Pakistan’s case
Saroj Kumar Rath, a professor at the Delhi University and author of “Fragile Frontiers: The Secret History of Mumbai Terror attacks,” said that there were many people back then who had tried to paint a very different image of the 26/11 attack
Views19, Feb 2020, 10:43 AM IST
Let Me Say It Now: Congress, ISI were on same page while manufacturing Hindu terror bogey
Officials who interrogated Kasab told MyNation that the terrorists were advised by their handlers to sport red bands. The ISI could not succeed in passing off the Mumbai 26/11 attack as one of Hindu terror.
India18, Feb 2020, 6:18 PM IST
Kasab Was To Die As 'Samir Chaudhari' To Project 26/11 As Hindu Terror: Ex-Top Cop Rakesh Maria
Former Mumbai Commissioner of Police Rakesh Maria in his tell-all book ‘Let Me Say It Now’ has revealed that LeT had planned for Ajmal Kasab to die as Bengaluru’s Samir Chaudhari with a 'red thread tied around his wrist' to project the dastardly 26/11 attacks as a case of Hindu Terror. Watch this video to know more.
Other Sports14, Feb 2020, 3:01 PM IST
‘Not scared’: Tennis star Sania Mirza speaks on her biopic
'I’ve had some meetings with directors and that's why I was in Mumbai... It's still in the initial stages,' Sania Mirza said about her biopic
Cricket13, Feb 2020, 3:57 PM IST
Road Safety World Series: It’s Tendulkar Vs Lara again; here’s schedule, live TV, tickets information
Road Safety World Series will begin on March 7. Sachin Tendulkar vs Brian Lara will headline the opening match at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium
Not For Women Only13, Feb 2020, 10:36 AM IST
12-year-old Mumbai Girl Becomes Youngest To Scale South America's Highest Peak
A 12-year old Mumbai student, Kaamya Karthikeyan recently set a record of becoming the youngest in the world to summit Mt. Aconcagua, the highest peak of the Andes Mountains in Argentina, South America. Kaamya, a Class VII student of Navy Children School, achieved the feat atop the 6962 metres tall mountain on February 1 where she unfurled the Indian Tricolour. No stranger to tall mountains, Kaamya had summited Ladakh's 6,260 metres Mt. Mentok Kangri II, under extreme cold weather conditions on August 24, 2019. Let’s find out more about this young mountaineer and her journey in this episode of Not For Women Only with Sunita Iyer.
Culture Shauk10, Feb 2020, 3:48 PM IST
The Fascinating History of India's Favourite Comfort Food - The Humble Dal
If you are a die-hard fan of the humble Indian dal, you must know the many interesting tales about your favourite dish. Let’s find out about the fascinating history of our favourite comfort food in this episode of Culture ‘Shauk’ with Sunita Iyer.
India10, Feb 2020, 12:22 PM IST
In Pics: Raj Thackeray's MNS' Mega Pro-CAA & NRC Rally In Mumbai
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers on Sunday (February 9, 2020) organised a rally at Azad Maidan in Mumbai demanding the ouster of illegal Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants from the State. Scores of workers of Raj Thackeray's party were seen raising slogans in favour of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC). Some of them also played musical instruments to send out their message.
India7, Feb 2020, 10:30 AM IST
Mumbai Port Trust sets up isolation wards, adopts measures to ease coronavirus suspicion
In a press release, chief PRO VR Joglekar stated that passenges with a history of travel to China are being screened with a thermal scanner. The dangerous coronavirus has claimed as many as 600 lives in China.
India4, Feb 2020, 5:12 PM IST
'Honk More, Wait More' Initiative Likely On Bengaluru Signals. Will It Work?
Following the Mumbai Police’s ‘Honk More Wait More’ initiative to curtail decibel levels at traffic signals, Bengaluru police are mulling a similar measure for the city. Last week, the Mumbai Police announced they were planning to configure traffic signals to stay red for a longer period if nonstop honking caused noise levels to shoot beyond 85 decibels (db).
Not For Women Only4, Feb 2020, 3:01 PM IST
Padma Bhushan Kamal Ranadive: India's Forgotten Cancer Crusader
The battle against cancer is perhaps one of humanity’s longest. The need to find its cause and put an end to great misery has fuelled research in oncology for decades. Dr. Kamal Ranadive was an Indian biomedical researcher who is known for her research in cancer about the links between cancers and viruses. She was a founder member of the Indian Women Scientists' Association (IWSA). In the 1960s, she established India's first tissue culture research laboratory at the Indian Cancer Research Centre in Mumbai. Let’s find out more about the life of this unsung scientist in this episode of Not For Women Only with Sunita Iyer.