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  • 19-yr-old girl killed in suspected honour killing

    Agra: In a suspected case of honour killing, a 19-year-old B.Sc student was allegedly killed by her father after he suspected her of having an affair with a boy belonging to another community, police said here today.

  • BMC staff barge in Campa Cola premises amid high drama

    Mumbai: High drama unfolded at the Campa Cola Compound in south Mumbai today as municipal staff with police help barged into the compound by breaking open the main gate to take action against illegal flats in the society.

  • Radia Tapes: SC asks Centre, CBI to reply on plea

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and CBI to file replies on a plea seeking to direct the government to take action on findings of Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) which found “irregularities” in some business transactions after examining Niira Radia tapes.

  • SC bench recuses from hearing Niira Radia tape case

    New Delhi: Taking exception to the strong words used by senior counsel Rajiv Dhawan about court adjourning the hearing on the petition by industrialist Ratan Tata in Niira Radia tapes case, the Supreme Court bench headed by Justice G.S. Singhvi Wednesday recused itself from hearing the matter.

  • Thai commandos guard 300 kg gold for Mahabodhi temple

    Patna: Two dozen commandos from Thailand are guarding nearly 300 kg gold in 13 boxes in Bihar’s Bodh Gaya town as work began to cover  the dome of 1,500-year old Mahabodhi temple in glitter.

  • Three militants killed in interior Manipur

    Imphal: Three militants of Zeliangrong United Front have been killed in an exchange of fire with National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isac and Muivah (NSCN-IM) cadre in interior Tamenglong district of Manipur,police said today.

  • SC stays illegal Campa Cola flats demolition till May 31, 2014

    The Supreme Court has directed the BMC not to carry out demolition till May 31, 2014. So the residents have got seven more months to vacate the society. The apex court took suo moto cognizance of the matter and passed an order after media reports on the demolition.

  • Arunachal organising ‘Vikas Rally’, Moily to attend

    Itanagar: To highlight the programmes and achievements of the Arunachal Pradesh, a ‘Vikas Rally’ will be organsied by the state government on November 16 at Indira Gandhi Park here.

  • Quid-pro-quo case: Jagan & others appear before CBI court

    Hyderabad: YSR Congress chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, former Andhra Pradesh minister Sabitha Indra Reddy and other accused in quid-pro-quo investments case related to Indu Techzone Pvt Ltd appeared before a special CBI court here today.

  • Sartaz Aziz meets PM

    New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz today met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the two are understood to have talked about bilateral relations.

  • Modi or Mahatma, who would prevail in 2014?

    Washington: Describing Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as the “poster child for India’s failure to punish the violent”, two US officials have wondered which India would prevail in 2014 elections.

  • CHOGM Summit: PM seeks to assuage feeling of TN people

    Chennai: Seeking to assuage the feelings of the people of Tamil Nadu opposed to India’s participation in the CHGOM meet in Sri Lanka, Centre today detailed its relief and rehabilitation efforts for minority Tamils in the war-torn island nation.

  • Campa Cola residents brace for civic body action

    Mumbai: With the Brihamnumbai Municipal Corporation authorities firm on taking action against illegal flats in the Campa Cola Housing Society here, affected families today braced for a face-off and blocked entry by parking vehicles near the gate.

  • ‘India’s military restraint must be from position of strength’

    Washington:Endorsing the policy of “military self-restrain” of successive Indian governments in the face of provocation from Pakistan, a top American analyst has said that henceforth India must ensure that it does not act from a “position of weakness”.

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