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Bhandara rape case: A week on, no arrests yet
  Mumbai: It has been over a week since three minor sisters were allegedly kidnapped, raped and murdered at Murwadi village in Bhandara district of Maharashtra, but the police have yet to make any arrest in the case. While the police have been que...
Parliament set for stormy Budget Session
  New Delhi: The Budget Session of Parliament beginning Thursday looks set to be stormy with Opposition vowing to strongly raise issues like corruption and inflation even though government expressed readiness to discuss all issues and order any kind of...
Bharat Bandh Day 2: Financial sector hardest hit; 65 held in Noida
  New Delhi: The country braced for the second consecutive day of the nationwide trade union strike on Thursday – the strike will lead to Rs 26,000 crore loss to India’s economy. The situation is expected to be no better than yesterday in s...
After Jaitley, Nitish hits back at Katju
  Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday slammed Press Council of India Chairman Markandey Katju for his \'unsubstantiated\' remarks on curbs on press freedom in the state and trashed the PCI fact finding report. \"Katju has cross t...
Bharat Bandh Affected Normal Life Starkly
  The two-day nationwide strike called by the Central Trade Unions disrupted normal life in many States today and hit the banking and transport sectors leaving commuters in the lurch. In Haryana, bus driver Narender Singh, who was also the Treasurer o...
Jallianwala Bagh massacre was \'deeply shameful\' : Cameron
  AMRITSAR:  1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar was \"a deeply shameful event in British history\", says British PM David Cameron.  Cameron described this as the first serving prime minister to voice regret about one of the British Em...
International Court Uphelds India’s Right on KHEP
  The International Court of Arbitration at The Hague on Tuesday upheld India\'s right to divert water from the Kishanganga hydroelectric project (KHEP).  Reacting to the development, official spokesperson in the ministry of external affairs ...
Indira Gandhi peace prize conferred on Ela Bhatt
  NEW DELHI/AHMEDABAD: The biggest ben of Ahmedabad, Elaben Bhatt, was awarded on Monday the prestigious Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development 2011 byPresident Pranab Mukherjee for her lifetime achievements in empowering women thro...
BJP asks Cong to come clean on bribe beneficiaries
  BJP today asked Congress to come clean on reports alleging that close associates of a former Union minister and a Congress vice president were beneficiaries of the bribes paid in the VVIP chopper deal.\"In a posting on the website of the Press Inform...
Greater cohesion in govt needed to tackle terror: Cameron
  Mumbai Terming terrorism and security as challenges before the world, British Prime Minister David Cameron today underscored the need for bringing together various arms of government at one table to deal with it.\"I think it (security) is just g...
 
 
 
           
 
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