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Friday , October 10 , 2014
 
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India's Satyarthi, Pakistan's Malala win Nobel Peace Prize

Updated: 10 October 2014, Friday, 16:21 hrs (IST)
India’s Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai on Friday shared the Nobel Peace Prize honours for 2014 for their work on promoting child rights in the troubled sub-continent. ...   | Read..
 

Omar wants bunkers for border people

Updated: 10 October 2014, Friday, 13:57 hrs (IST)
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has directed district authorities to construct community bunkers in hamlets along the International Border in Jammu frontier, since the border dwellers have been bearing the brunt of firing by Pakistani troops. ...   | Read..
 

Odisha deploys rescue teams, to start evacuation soon

Updated: 10 October 2014, Friday, 14:17 hrs (IST)
The Odisha government on Friday deployed rescue teams at vulnerable places and asked district collectors to begin evacuation of people from areas likely to be affected by...   | Read..
 

HC directs Chautala to surrender by tomorrow

Updated: 10 October 2014, Friday, 17:30 hrs (IST)
The Delhi High Court on Friday directed former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala to surrender before jail authorities by Saturday for allegedly misusing bail and...   | Read..
 

Study (not RTI) finds 1.98 lakh cases pending before Information Commissions

Updated: 10 October 2014, Friday, 17:58 hrs (IST)
India’s Right to Information (RTI) machinery is creaking under the backlog of over 1.98 lakh cases, including disposal of appeals and complaints, pending before Inf...   | Read..
 

Delhi calls in NIA over state’s head

The Centre today transferred the Burdwan blast probe to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on its own, taking the rare decision hours after six detentions in Assam gave ...   | Read..
 

Target: Pak army stocks

Defence minister Arun Jaitley’s threat to impose costs on Pakistan for its “adventurism” in firing at Indians along the Line of Control and the Internat...   | Read..
 

Public eye on babus

India’s cricketers may have escaped thanks to their board’s allergy to technology, but the country’s government has unleashed its own hawk-eye and sneakomet...   | Read..
 

Terror report given burial

The Burdwan district police chief had written about the terror links of the group involved in the October 2 blast in a report soon after, but the Bengal administration ro...   | Read..
 

Guards breach zoo arms rule

Chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi’s security guards today entered the Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park with firearms, flouting the executive direction of Nitish Kumar....   | Read..
 

Centre’s prod on child portal

The Union ministry of women and child development today asked the northeastern states to hasten the process of uploading data on missing children on TrackChild, a nationa...   | Read..
 

Naveen seeks IAF backup for cyclone

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today urged defence minister Arun Jaitley to ask the armed forces, especially the Indian Air Force, to be ready to extend support to the state a...   | Read..
 

Khunti cops in Delhi for mission Panna Lal

A special five-member team of Khunti police arrived in Delhi today to nab alleged human trafficking kingpin Panna Lal Mahto, from whose house in the national capital a jo...   | Read..
 

HC slaps contempt on tourism secy

Jharkhand High Court today issued a contempt notice to tourism secretary Avinash Kumar for failing to put in place basic civic amenities in popular tourist hangouts of Ranchi...   | Read..
 
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at an event in New Delhi on Thursday. ...  | Read
 
 
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