Human rights body demands land acquisition in Yaithibi Loukon by Manipur govt to be stopped

May 13, 2015 1:31 pm0 comments

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has expressed deep concern regarding continued harassment of people of Yaithibi Loukon, Thoubal District, Manipur by the government of Manipur. Source: English Edition

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Five things about birthday girl Sunny Leone, which you don't know!

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Sunny Leone turns 34 today and although in Bollywood she is a newbie, she has made quite a name for herself in the industry. The Indo-Canadian diva, whose actual name is Karenjit Kaur Vohra, as we all know was an adult movie star, who later became a reality television contestants and now a mainstream movie star in Bollywood. Source: English […]

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CIC recommends postal department to introduce reforms in postal-orders

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It refers to CIC-verdict dated 15.12.2014 in appeal-number CIC/BS/A/2014/000100/6573 wherein Central Information Commission has taken note of obsolete-styled and outdated printing of postal-orders recommending postal-authorities to improve. Source: English Edition

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STAIRS School Football League 2: Bigger and better, with more vigour and punch

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Following the thumping success of the inaugural edition of STAIRS School Football League (SSFL) in 2014, STAIRS is back with SSFL-2 with more vigour and punch. Country’s biggest school level football extravaganza- the Stairs SFL 2 is set to be bigger and better with an expected participation of more than 10,000 school children from Delhi/NCR. Source: English Edition

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Is India moving towards dictatorship?

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In the year 1862, for the state (British), every crime was against it, that’s how in Criminal Cases it came to be being “State Versus Accused”. Free India also lapped it up. Source: English Edition

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Private schools fee up by 150 per cent in last 10 years: Assocham survey

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With rapidly increasing cost of school education and falling standards of government schools, it is becoming difficult for salaried parents in big cities to afford tuition fee and other expenses which have gone up by 150 per cent in the last ten years. Source: English Edition

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Tuesday's Nepal earthquake: 65 people dead, over 1500 injured

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Death toll after the second powerful earthquake of 7.4 magnitude, which hit Nepal yesterday, has reached to 65. Around 200o people have got injured in the earthquake. Panic stricken people in Nepal spent their night out in open as after shocks continue to shake the earth. Source: English Edition

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Why Congress and other opposition parties are jittery about 'Black Money' bill?

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What a stupid argument put forward by Congress party, Janta Dal (United) and NCP for not allowing the Narendra Modi Government’s Black Money Bill to be passed! Source: English Edition

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Rajnath Singh launches Dr Rita Chowdhury's books and documentary on the sufferings of Indian Chinese

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“The Divided Soul” and “Makam”, a Coffee Table Book and a novel respectively on the sufferings and pains of the Indian Chinese, especially the Assamese Chinese during Sino-Indian War, 1962, written by prominent writer Dr. Rita Chowdhury and a documentary “War and Tears” on the same subject directed by the author were released by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in […]

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South African 'Cricketer of the Year' award: De Villiers gets nominated again

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Sensational batsman AB De Villiers has been nominated again for the coveted South African Cricketer of the Year award. This happens to be his second nomination in a row. Source: English Edition

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