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Wednesday, 23 September 2015

The trance and enticement of a beautiful appearance is definitely unparalleled in every possible way! Even in the modern world with all of the active feminine rights movements and liberalization regimes, still there are many cases of different kind of oppression and gender discrimination that make the headlines! A flawless appearance combined with a scintillating personality has always been the prime weapon for women in most parts of the world which has guided them to twist the soft spots and make their way into the hearts of the men in their lives so to secure a dominant position and worthy outlooks! We bring you the most trendy make – up methods, the essentials about hair touch – ups and all the other fabulous tips and techniques for a complete and alluring makeover through our ultimate list of the Top – Notch 50 Indian Beauty Blogs! If you love to put make – up on or style your hair in the trendiest manner than these blogs have the complete ability to broaden your horizons with immense creativity and great styles! We have furnished this list of the Top 50 Indian beauty blogs with great expertise to bring you with the latest mechanisms floating around in the world of beauty though you might be already familiar with some of these or they have come across you when you were surfing for the best styling tips but still, presently, they are the best fit to make it to the top 50! Following is the list of the top – most 50 Indian Beauty blogs:

Sr No.




1 202,894 10,343
2 79,886 1,665
3 196,796 121,345
4 9,449 503
5 267 95
6 —– 11,538
7 1,398 —–
8 1,542 590
9 4,951 609
10 7,907 2,428
11 3,632 1,809
12 3,203 —–
13 318 17
14 285 391
15 109,343 7,735
16 4,121 1,531
17 2,415 2,382
18 21,114 2,789
19 2,519 703
20 —– 3
21 4,698 77
22 2,222 2,186
23 1,409 378
24 4,501 272
25 5,772 171
26 460 167
27 3,686 484
28 966 16
29 1,794 687
30 2,468 732
31 863 192
32 3,003 2,054
33 1,550 —–
34 4,375 11
35 11,190 —–
36 8,685 4,561
37 —– 465
38 166 38
39 2,967 102
40 3,114 58
41 62 108
42 5,656 848
43 123 787
44 3,947 140
45 997 179
46 1,579 902
47 5,600 —–
48 —– 138
49 3,449 —–
50 11,085 —–

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Last rites of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Jagmohan Dalmiya, who died on Sunday evening, will take place today with state honours.

Kolkata: Last rites of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Jagmohan Dalmiya, who died on Sunday evening, will take place today with state honours.

The veteran cricket administrator, 75, was admitted to the B.M. Birla Hospital on Thursday night and shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He also underwent a coronary angiography with his condition remaining stable for close to three days.

Credited with turning the gentleman's game into a global sport of big money and a reach well beyond its traditional bastions, Dalmiya's death was widely mourned.

President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled his death and extended their condolences to his family.

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar tweeted: "Heartfelt condolences to the family & friends of Jagmohan Dalmiya. Had met him in June. little did I realise that it would be the last. Will always cherish his encouragement & support over the years. Worked hard for the game of cricket & excelled as an administrator," tweeted

"Was touched by his efforts to make my penultimate Test at Eden Gardens very special. RIP Jagmohan Dalmiya," he added.

"Saddened by Mr. Dalmiya's death. Immense contribution to Indian and world cricket. A huge loss. Always a players man! Condolences to family!" posted former India captain and leg-spin great Anil Kumble on Twitter.

"Dalmiya Ji's contribution 2 Indian cricket was immense.He was an astute administrator&a visionary.His demise is a huge loss 2 Indian cricket," added former Indian batsman V.V.S. Laxman.

Former India cricketers Madan Lal and Chetan Sharma also expressed their shock.

"It is a big loss to Indian cricket. He was one of the finest cricket administrators I have known. We owe it to him for uplifting the status of Indian cricket to what it is today. He was a great manager of people," Lal, who was part of the 1983 World Cup-winning Indian team, told IANS.

"He was a great man. He was the man responsible for the uplift of Indian cricket. From starting players' pension, to their welfare to commercialisation of the sport, we owe a lot to Jaggu Da," said Sharma, the first Indian bowler to bag an international hat-trick.

Sharma, who said he had played for Bengal for 5-6 years, said Dalmiya was "partly responsible" for his selection in the Indian team also.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee rushed to the hospital along with city Mayor Sovon Chatterjee to pay her last respects.

CAB officials and former cricketers too reached the hospital.

"He was a giant amongst sports administrators, a true lover of Bengal," said Banerjee, announcing he will be accorded state honours.

"Dalmiya's contribution to cricket cannot be described in words. It is really shocking to realise that he is no more. I had talked to his family members when he was hospitalised on Thursday. They told me he was doing fine.

"He was like a victorious king who fought valiantly in the field of cricket administration and today he left us but remained undefeated. He had so many dreams about world cup cricket. We will try to fulfil those dreams," she said.

"He was an asset... we are all proud of him. We will give him state honours."

Dalmiya's funeral will take place on Monday at the Keoratala crematorium.

Condoling the death, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said: "On behalf of all the members of BCCI, I wish to submit our condolences to the bereaved family of Mr. Dalmiya. As a visionary and a father figure of Indian cricket, Mr. Dalmiya worked towards the development of the game of cricket in India. The cricketing fraternity will miss him dearly."

Paying rich tributes to Dalmiya, ICC chief executive officer Dave Richardson said it was his legacy that India will forever remain important for world cricket.

Born into a business family in 1940, Dalmiya was a club-level cricketer. He kept wickets for two teams -- Jorabagan and Rajasthan -- in the (then) Calcutta Cricket League, and switched to cricket administration after hanging up his gloves.

Dalmiya was also ICC chief for three years.

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Monday, 8 June 2015

Deepening the crisis in Delhi government, reports on Tuesday quoted the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) saying that the Delhi police have arrested Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar. Earlier reports did not confirm whether Tomar was arrested or detained for police questioning but it was later reported that he was arrested over the alleged fake law degree case.

PTI reported that the police arrested the Aam Aadmi Party leader from his house on Tuesday morning and took him to Hauz Khas police station for further questioning. Tomar was arrested on the basis of a criminal complaint filed by the Bar Council of India, according to CNN-IBN. Times Now reported that an FIR had been filed against Tomar at 3.30 am on Tuesday.

Tomar has been charged under various IPC Sections including 420 (cheating). Speaking to CNN-IBN and said, "I am with some inspectors who are taking me to the Hauz Khas police station without any notice."

He added that 30-40 police officers had come to his office to take him to the police station. "This is being done to tarnish the image of the AAP. This is political harassment," Tomar said.

Hitting out, AAP leader Sanjay Singh accused the Centre of using "pressure tactics" against the Delhi government.

"The concerned university has filed its reply in the court. It also recorded the statement that the degrees are genuine. Then why was he arrested?

"The Lt Governor, Delhi Police Commissioner and the Modi government are trying to scare us with such tactics. But we are not going to be scared. Our fight against corruption will continue," Singh said.

Delhi police commissioner BS Bassi refused to comment on the incident and said that he would give a statement only after receiving a full report.

BJP leader Nupur Sharma said that it was all a 'drama' by AAP and it was not sure whether Tomar had been arrested or just detained.

"It's too early to say. We don't really know if he has been arrested or detained," Sharma said. "The AAP is just playing on emotions and doing drama."

Hauz Khas police station in south Delhi was heavily barricaded and a large contingent of police deployed there.

Singh has also been charged with IPC sections 467 (forgery), 468 (forgery with purpose of cheating) and 120 (B) (criminal conspiracy), the sources said.

The arrest comes amid an escalating turf war between the AAP government and Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung.

Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi refused to respond to queries on the arrest. "I was in the meeting and I will seek details of his arrest before commenting," Bassi said.

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