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Mumbai: As the investigation into Sheena Bora murder case nears the final stage, the prime accused -- media honcho Indrani Mukherjea and her ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna have started blaming each other for the murder.According to a Mumbai Mirror report, while Khanna who is expected to be produced before a court in Bandra today, said, during questioning in Kolkata, he fell asleep in the car after they ...
New Delhi: No headway was made in resolving sticky issues for OROP implementation during talks between agitating ex-servicemen and government even as two more veterans on indefinite hunger strike were shifted to the Army hospital following doctor’s advice.As hectic back channel talks continued, Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag met representativces of ex-servicemen at his South Block office but there ...
The Rs 20,000-crore private security industry in general, and the ATM security sector in particular, is in for a big churn if plans of the Kerala-based Muthoot Pappachan Group to meet their safety needs of the financial sector players pick up. The Muthoot Pappachan Group, with its flagship gold financing arm Muthoot Fincorp, has floated a new company--MPG Security Group-to take its "technologically ...

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Gogoi also met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi and sought immediate financial assistance for Rs 500 crore for Assam to carry out relief, rehabilitation and restoration works of infrastructures damaged by floods and erosion, said a government release. Giving a detailed account of the damages caused by floods to human lives, cattle, crops, infrastructure and other properties, Gogoi said ...
In more trouble for suspended IPS officer Amitabh Thakur, UP Lokayukta has recommended registration of an FIR and an inquiry against him by "any agency", including CBI, in disproportionate assets case. "Lokayukta N K Mehrotra has sent his report to the Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary (home) and Principal Secretry (Vigilance)," an officer said. He said that while recommending ...
From K J M Varma Seoul, Aug 27 (PTI) Noted Indian agricultural scientist Dr Modadugu Vijay Gupta along with President of Kiribati Islands Anote Tong will receive the first Sunhak Peace Prize here tomorrow. Gupta, 76, and Tong will receive prize money of USD 500,000 each and a commemorative medal in recognition of their work. Hailing from Bapatla in Andhra Pradesh Gupta, a biologist, was the recipient ...
The United Nations humanitarian chief Thursday urged the Security Council to do everything in its power to push for a political solution to end the conflict in Syria, as he described the immense suffering and destruction he witnessed for himself during a recent visit.It is difficult to find words that would justly describe the depth of suffering that the Syrians face on a daily basis. Having just returned ...
Just as the debate around the Aarushi murder case has been stoked – again – we now have a new murder case, where a parent has been accused.The arrest of Indrani Mukerjea on a murder charge in the Sheena Bora case has left us with a trail of newspaper and web articles examining the sordid relationships and intrigues in the media mogul’s family. There are even YouTube videos for those who need ...
It is not the military-intelligence establishment of Pakistan which was solely responsible for the sabotage of NSA level talks between India and Pakistan. The pre-dominant role was that of Hafiz Saeed and to some extent the Hurriyat leaders in India. The other abetting forces were some mainstream political parties of J&K, which are essentially Kashmir Valley centric, as has always been the case ...
By Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) - The global stock market rout of the past week was sparked by concerns over a possible interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve and not by the devaluation of China's yuan currency, a senior Chinese central bank official told Reuters on Thursday. Yao Yudong, head of the bank's Research Institute of Finance and Banking, said the U.S. central bank should delay ...
By Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) - Concerns over a possible U.S. rate rise by the Federal Reserve may have sparked a global stock market rout rather than the devaluation of China's yuan currency, a senior Chinese central bank official told Reuters on Thursday. Yao Yudong, head of the bank's Research Institute of Finance and Banking, said the U.S. central bank should delay any rate hike to give fragile ...
Are you unable to cope with stress? Well, its time you start colouring, as it can help reduce stress and anxiety. Many book stores, departmental chains and even airport gift shops are selling colouring books for adults as a way to destress, relax and calm the mind and body, the Ottawa Citizen reports.The goofy cartoon characters are now replaced with busy, complex designs and inspiring titles, such ...
A new study has found that strollers can enable inactive behavior in children and contribute to childhood obesity.The American Academy of Pediatrics has advised parents to reduce the amount of time their children spend in strollers.In the study, researchers at the Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children interviewed parents and found that strollers could enable sedentary behavior, but also create opportunities ...
Citizens of the small Dutch town of Noordwijkerhout had a strange shock today when their little town market received a very unexpected visitor. Named Buba, the huge pachyderm had apparently just earlier strolled out of her circus in a nearby field and decided to do a little shopping. In a video captured by a surprised shopper, the elephant is seen quite literally checking out the stalls, trunk ...
"We are not just Americans, but citizens of Earth." —@StationCDRKelly http://t.co/eOShEche3z pic.twitter.com/nGPsTVC4Hh— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 20, 2015 Washington: Clicked from 1.6 million kms away in space, a NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite has returned its first stunning view of the entire sun-lit side of Earth. DSCOVR is equipped with the Earth ...
(Adds extra details about the photographer, new headline) By Alex Whiting LONDON, Aug 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When photographer Graeme Robertson who has covered wars and famines met a boy in Uganda whose skin looked as if it was falling off his face, he was shocked to discover the boy had been attacked for being blind. "Sometimes when you have a blind child they will try and kill them, ...
By Alex Whiting LONDON, Aug 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When war photographer Graeme Robertson met a boy in Uganda whose skin looked as if it was falling off his face, he was shocked to discover the boy had been attacked for being blind. "Sometimes when you have a blind child they will try and kill them, set them on fire, lock them in a hut for the rest of their life, forget about them," ...

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