Thursday, July 31, 2014 09:58 PM
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Oye! News from India
This Thursday five more dead bodies were pulled out from the landslide debris in Pune, pushing the death toll to a tragic 28. 150 people are still feared to be trapped under the enormous mound of mud and rock debris. The Home Minister Rajnath Singh visited the site of Malin village this Thursday and
The Union Minister, Nitin Gadkari, this Wednesday informed the media that all reports claiming that his residence was bugged and high power listening devices were recovered from his place are all ‘totally baseless and false”.
The Indian Newspapers have been filled with reports that claimed that
The curfew that has been looming over the city of Saharanpur has been lifted by the police for a few hours in certain areas of the Uttar Pradesh city. The curfew has been lifted for four hours so that the police can stock up on some essential items.
This curfew has been imposed by the police since
Indian Ambassador to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Anjali Prasad, has informed that the New Delhi government cannot be pressurized in saying yes to easier custom rules until and unless it food subsidy concerns are addressed. Anjali Prasad addressed the TFA (Trade Facilitation Agreement)
This Thursday morning, a school bus collided with a train in the Medak district of Telangana which which has led to the death of more than 12 people out of which 11 are children belonging to the Kakatiya School. More than 16 have been grievously injured.
The accident took place at an unmanned level
The Lok Sabha opened with an uproar this Wednesday due to the news of Shiv Sena MPs forcing a Muslim catering manager to break his fast during the holy month of Ramadan. A group of about 11 Shiv Sena MPs, apparently frustrated over not being served Maharashtrian food, forced a Muslim catering
A Delhi court this Tuesday sent the three accused in the Manipuri man’s murder case to jail for two days until the investigation is completed by the police and the other two accused in the murder are caught. A 29 year old man from Manipur was attacked yesterday and beaten to death in the capital
Do you have faith in your local police department?