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  • Martyr's body airlifted to Leh

    8 April, 2015 7:06 PM 13

    Jammu:As Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Wednesday witnessed noisy scenes and walkout by opposition over "disrespect" to martyred cop Shabir Hussain, his body was airlifted to Leh and handed over to the family members. Minister for Cooperatives and Ladakh Affairs Chering Dorjey took the mortal remains of Hussain, which were airlifted to Leh from Srinagar

  • Roadrage case: Victim's family meets Delhi CM, demands justice

    8 April, 2015 7:06 PM 17

    New Delhi: Family of 38-year-old Shahnawaz, who was thrashed to death in a road rage incident in central Delhi's Turkman Gate, met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday at Delhi Secretariat and demanded justice and a speedy trial. The chief minister assured the victim's family of all possible help by the government and has asked Environment Minister

  • Andhra police defends killings of 20 woodcutters

    8 April, 2015 7:06 PM 16

    Tirupati: Fifteen of the 20 woodcutters killed in an alleged gun battle with police in Andhra Pradesh have been identified while the police have defended their action saying they fired in self-defence. The bodies of seven of the slain woodcutters, who were working for red sander smugglers, were handed over to their relatives. The killings took place

  • 'Dancing with girl' photo appears in papers, Jharkhand official shifted

    8 April, 2015 7:06 PM 2

    Ranchi: A Jharkhand government official was on Wednesday transferred after a photo was published in local papers purportedly showing him dancing with a girl. An official release said Giridih Deputy Development Commissioner Dinesh Prasad has been transferred to the department of Personnel, Administrative Reforms and Raj Bhasha. The action comes in the wake of the photo

  • Delhi HC frames time-frame for release of prisoners granted bail

    8 April, 2015 7:06 PM 11

    New Delhi: Delhi High Court has set a time- frame for the release of prisoners granted bail, saying such persons ought not to remain behind bars "even for a minute more than necessary". Observing that there can be "absolutely no justification for delays in verification of sureties", a bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw directed

  • Small growers join forces to build their own warehouses

    8 April, 2015 7:00 PM 30

    Germalam in Erode district, Tamil Nadu, is covered by thick reserve forests. Agriculture and livestock are the key livelihood for the people there. The land holding of each farmer is about one to three acres of dry land where cultivation predominantly depends on the monsoon. Maize is the main crop grown extensively apart from ragi, lablab, tapioca, black

  • US jury finds Tsarnaev guilty in Boston bombings trial

    8 April, 2015 6:34 PM 29

    A US jury on Wednesday unanimously convicted Dzhokhar Tsarnaev of carrying out the 2013 Boston bombings, the worst attack in the United States since the 9/11 al Qaeda hijackings. The 12-person jury took a day and a half to find the 21-year-old guilty, using a 32-page verdict form of 30 counts related to the attacks, the murder of a police officer, a car jacking

  • New spider takes Telangana’s name

    8 April, 2015 6:24 PM 50

    The spiders of the Thomisidae family structurally resemble crabs and are hence called "crab spiders". Telangana now has a spider named after it — Telangana crab spider (Thomisus telanganensis). Two wildlife and taxonomy researchers from the Zoology Department of Osmania University chanced upon a female of the species while they were on an expedition

  • French role in Rwandan genocide: unanswered questions

    8 April, 2015 6:22 PM 30

    Paris: Rwanda accuses France of having played an indirect role in its 1994 genocide, a charge Paris categorically denies. The declassification by France on Wednesday of documents relating to the genocide may shed light on unanswered questions over the mass killings, which claimed 800,000 lives. In the early 1990s France was an ally of Hutu president

  • Red Cross boat docks in Yemen`s Aden: Coalition spokesman

    8 April, 2015 6:22 PM 79

    Riyadh: A Red Cross boat carrying medical aid and personnel docked Wednesday in Yemen`s southern Aden port but nearby fighting preventing it from unloading, a spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition said. "A boat belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) arrived at the port of Aden," said Brigadier-General Ahmed al-Assiri, spokesman