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  • Protests continue in TN over death sentence to 5 fishermen
    Protests rocked different parts of Tamil Nadu for the second day today against the capital punishment awarded by a Sri Lankan court to five Indian fishermen for alleged drug trafficking. A fishermen's association at Rameswaram announced that they would go on an 'indefinite strike' till the Indian government went for an appeal in a higher court against the death sentence awarded to the five fishermen.

  • Modi''s leadership has made people confident about India: Shah
    BJP President Amit Shah today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership has reinstilled confidence in the people of this country and across the globe about India's abilities. "People in the country were very disappointed during the last 10 years.

  • India calls for unequivocal, resolute position against terror
    India has called on the international community to take an "unequivocal and resolute" position against terrorism while striking the right balance between effectively tackling the global menace and observing human rights standards. "Terrorism challenges the very principle of freedom from fear and is one of the major threats to the full enjoyment of human rights.

  • Ex-coal secretary HC Gupta, two govt officials get bail
    Former coal secretary and four others, including two serving government officials, were today granted bail by a Special Court in connection with a coal blocks allocation scam case. The five accused including H C Gupta and two senior serving government servants K S Kropha and K C Samaria appeared before the court in pursuance to the summons issued against them and sought bail in the case.

  • CoalMin to set up panel for valuation of 42 running blocks
    The Coal Ministry has decided to constitute a six-member panel for valuation and assessment of the 42 running coal blocks which were deallocated by the Supreme Court. "In pursuance to Supreme Court's judgement...wherein 204 coal blocks allocated to various companies, since 1993 to 2009 was quashed. Out of these 204 coal blocks 42 (37+5) are running coal mines," an official said.

  • Noted poet Aziz Indori passes away
    Noted poet Dr Aziz Indori died here today following a brief illness, family sources said. He was 82. Indori complained of chest pain after which he was rushed to a private hospital where he breathed his last, they said. He is survived by three sons and a daughter. Born in 1932, Indori penned 18 books and also translated some famous Urdu books in Hindi.

  • Info can't be disclosed outside specific proceedings: Swiss gov
    Amid a debate on disclosure of names of suspected black money holders, Switzerland today said information exchanged under Swiss-India tax treaty cannot be disclosed "in principle" to a court or any other body outside the proceedings of a 'specific and relevant' case. The comments come at a time when a Supreme Court-monitored Special Investigation Team is probing alleged stashing of black money by Indians aboard, including Swiss banks.

  • India should do more to maintain peace in border areas: China
    China's military today expressed concern over India's plan to construct 54 new border posts in Arunachal Pradesh, saying India should not complicate the situation and do more to maintain peace as it is a "disputed area"."We have noticed relevant report.

  • Satyam case verdict likely on Dec 23
    A special court here will pronounce its verdict on December 23 in the accounting fraud in the erstwhile Satyam Computer Services Limited, nearly six years after the the multi-crore rupee scam jolted corporate India.Special judge B V L N Chakravarthi fixed December 23 for pronouncement of the much-awaited judgement.

  • DLF asked to give fund-requirement plans for interim relief
    As it fights a Sebi ban on accessing capital markets, realty giant DLF was asked today to provide details of funds it immediately needs to get an interim relief to redeem capital locked in mutual funds.While challenging the Sebi order barring it and six others, including top executives, from capital markets for three years, DLF had sought this interim relief on October 22, after which the capital markets regulator was asked to give a reply.

  • Singer Carrie Underwood's baby due in spring
    Singer Carrie Underwood's baby is due in the spring and she is excited about being a parent but worried about the responsibility. The 'See You Again' singer announced last month that she and husband Mike Fisher are expecting their first child together, reported Contactmusic. Appearing on 'The View', she said, "I'm due in the spring!" Though the 31-year-old singer is excited about becoming a mother, she admitted she is nervous about the...

  • India enhances presence in South China Sea
    Notwithstanding Chinese objections, India today went ahead to enhance its presence in hydrocarbon-rich South China Sea and inked a pact with Vietnam for exploration in two additional oil and gas blocks besides deciding to step up cooperation in key areas of defence, security, trade and counter-terrorism.

  • Blackmoney abroad: More names disclosed to Supreme Court
    Names of two leading businessmen including Pradip Burman, a promoter of Dabur group, and a Goa-based mining company along with its five Directors were today disclosed to the Supreme Court by the government which has launched prosecution against them as part of its drive to unearth blackmoney abroad. A Rajkot-based bullion dealer Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhiya and the Goa company, Timblo Private Limited, and its five Directors--Mrs Radha S Timblo, Chetan Timblo, Rohan Timblo, Mrs.

  • Sensex rebounds 128pts to over 1-mth high;pharma, banking rise
    The benchmark Sensex on Tuesday rebounded about 128 points to end at over one-month high and Nifty reclaimed the 8,000-mark on the back of good corporate earnings and rising hopes of a cut in interest rates.Pharma, banking and power shares led the rise, amid positive cues from global markets as Europe opened higher.

  • India does not want Kashmir on talks agenda: Aziz
    Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said India's "condition" that the Kashmir issue should not be raised in the Indo-Pak dialogue is not acceptable to his country, according to a media report today.He made these remarks while addressing a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee yesterday to discuss his visit to Afghanistan, the Pak-Iran border issue and border clashes between Pakistan and India.

  • Prez greetings on eve of Turkey's National Day
    President Pranab Mukherjee today greeted the people of Turkey on the eve of their National Day and expressed hope that relations between the two countries will further diversify and deepen in future

  • Organisational polls should reinvigorate, rejuvenate party: Rahul
    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today said the organisational elections should be utilised to "reinvigorate and rejuvenate" the party following the debacle in the Lok Sabha and Assembly polls.In his first formal interaction with top party leaders here after the defeat of Congress in Assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana, Gandhi wanted the organisational elections to be "free, fair and transparent" to make the party fighting fit.

  • Gujarat prepares for Cyclone Nilofar, likely to receive very heavy rains
    The Gujarat government is preparing for Cyclone Nilofar, which has developed in the Arabian Sea and is likely to move towards the state's coast in the next 48 hours. District authorities in the coastal areas are monitoring the situation and have been advised to keep their control rooms operational. Coastal districts of Gujarat would receive isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall from October 30 as Cyclone Nilofar would intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm during the next 24...

  • Maharashtra: BJP MLA Govind Rathod dies of cardiac arrest
    Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Govind Mukkaji Rathod died of cardiac arrest on Sunday evening. The newly-elected MLA from Nanded suffered the cardiac arrest while he was travelling in a train to Mumbai. The legislator's death comes as a blow to the BJP unit in Maharashtra as the party is yet to form government in the state and the death of one of its MLAs would bring down its tally to 134. Rathod was a resident of Mukhed in Nanded.

  • We will not destabilise the government in Maharashtra, says NCP
    The Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra on Monday told CNN-IBN that it did not intend to destabilise the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in the state. The party also said that it would not join the coalition government. Party spokesperson Nawab Malik said that the NCP will abstrain from voting in Legislative Assembly if a minority government headed by the BJP seeks trust vote. "If Shiv Sena joins the government, there will be no problem. We will not be part of the...

  • Dabur rejects black money charge against Pradip Burman, Lodhiya 'shocked' to see his name
    As the Narendra Modi government revealed names of three black money account holders on Monday, two of them defended themselves. While Dabur denied any wrongdoing by its former executive director Pradip Burman, promoter of the Rajkot-based Shreeji Trading Company Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhiya said he was shocked to see his name on the list. "We wish to state that this account was opened when he was an NRI, and was legally allowed to open this account. We have followed all the laws and the...

  • Kiss and hug in public: Youngsters' protest against Yuva Morcha's moral policing
     In a strong reply to 'moral policing' by Yuva Morcha workers, some youngsters have decided to organise a programme at Kochi's Marine Drive in protest of last week's vandalism in a Kozhikode restaurant. According to reports, the event is slated to take place on November 2 where people are open to kiss and hug their partners in public. A Facebook page will also be started soon to invite people to come forward and express their protest. On October 23, workers of...

  • It's the beginning of the end for those who have stashed illegal money abroad: BJP
    The Narendra Modi government on Monday revealed names of three black money account holders in the Supreme Court. However, the list includes no politicians. But the BJP says that more names will be revealed as per the due procedure.

  • Black money case:Centre reveals names of three account holders
    The Centre today filed an affidavit before the Supreme Court in the black money case, naming three prominent businessmen including Pradip Burman, formerly of Dabur group. Goa-based miner Radha S Timblo and Bullion trader Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhya were the other two businessmen named in the affidavit.

  • Manjhi reviews preparations for Chhath festival
    Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi today directed cleanliness and electricity supply at river embankments and related water bodies among various other measures for the two-day '?hhath' festival next week. He also asked the officials to ensure smooth traffic and security measures on the festive occasion. The chief minister made an appeal to the people to ignore rumours and asked the administration to deal firmly with rumour mongers to prevent any untoward incident.

  • Khattar sworn-in as Haryana chief minister, first from BJP
    Manohar Lal Khattar, a low-profile organisation man with active RSS background, was today sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana, where BJP has formed government for the first time on its own.

  • EC for proxy voting, e-ballots for NRIs, but not polling at embassies
    The Election Commission favours proxy voting and e-ballot for NRIs but not voting in Indian embassies abroad. It says the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) does not favour voting in missions abroad. "We are not opposed to anything. But will do anything that can be feasible," Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath told PTI.

  • US strikes pound jihadists as Iraq Kurds prepare to join fight
     US-led warplanes have bombarded the Islamic State group with new air strikes as heavily armed Iraqi Kurdish fighters were on Sunday readying to reinforce the besieged Syrian border town of Kobane. Kurdish forces, backed by US air power, have been holding out for weeks against an IS offensive around Kobane, which has become a high-profile symbol of efforts to stop the advance of the jihadists.

  • HC gives no relief to industrialist in DV case filed by wife
    The Bombay High Court has refused to interfere with an order of a lower court asking an industrialist to pay Rs one lakh monthly maintenance to his wife and two daughters and another sum of Rs 30,000 per month to them as rent towards accommodation. A court in Vashi town in nearby Navi Mumbai had passed an interim order asking the industrialist to pay Rs 1.

  • Brokers may face joint-inspection by stock exchanges
    To put in place a more effective system for monitoring brokers so as to check unfair trade practices and frauds, capital markets regulator Sebi is mulling over a proposal to allow stock exchanges to conduct 'joint inspection' of their members.

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