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Togadia video sent for forensic analysis 24.6.2014 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Video recordings of the alleged hate speech by VHP's international president Pravin Togadia has been sent to forensic experts for ...
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Clashes as anti-govt cleric returns to Pakistan - Hindustan Times 23.6.2014
Clashes as anti-govt cleric returns to Pakistan Hindustan Times A prominent cleric landed in Pakistan on Monday after his plane was diverted from the capital Islamabad where his supporters clashed with police amid government concerns about the return of a man who describes himself as a revolutionary. Tahirul Qadri, ...
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Anti-government cleric Tahirul Qadri returns to Pakistan, supporters clash with police 23.6.2014 DNA: Popular News
A prominent cleric landed in Pakistan on Monday after his plane was diverted from the capital Islamabad where his supporters clashed with police amid government concerns about the return of a man who describes himself as a revolutionary. Tahirul Qadri, a Pakistani preacher turned political activist who usually lives Canada, is a divisive figure in Pakistan where he made headlines last year when he led mass rallies against the previous government. The plane carrying Qadri circled above Benazir Bhutto International Airport near Islamabad for an hour and a half before it was diverted to the eastern city of Lahore. "We want no corruption, we want no terrorism in our country," Qadri told Reuters aboard the plane. "We want total transparency of institutions." In chaotic scenes rarely seen in the usually orderly Pakistani capital, police fired tear gas and fought running battles with Qadri supporters outside the airport after 2,000 protesters gathered there to greet their leader. Qadri's sudden ascent to ...
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Currency Corner: Indian equities should remain uptrend despite Iraq oil crisis 23.6.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Militant insurgency and violence in Iraq have put the brakes on the great Indian rally. Investors are weighing in the potential impact of higher energy prices as the possibility of a supply disruption from the world's sixth biggest oil exporter is
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Currency Corner: Indian equities should remain uptrend despite Iraq oil crisis (Column: Currency Corner) 23.6.2014 New Kerala: India News
By Vatsal Srivastava : Militant insurgency and violence in Iraq have put the brakes on the great Indian rally. Investors are weighing in the potential impact of higher energy prices as the possibility of a supply disruption from the world's sixth biggest oil exporter is priced in global oil benchmarks. Both WTI crude and Brent crude are trading at 10 month highs with the spread between these two benchmarks having widened to $7 per barrel. India is the world's fourth largest importer of oil and imports nearly 75 percent of its demand.
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UGC order on FYUP is defeat of autocracy: DU students, teachers 23.6.2014 FirstPost: New Delhi

Several students and teachers' bodies today hailed the UGC's order to Delhi University to roll back the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP).

The post UGC order on FYUP is defeat of autocracy: DU students, teachers appeared first on Firstpost.

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Students, teachers welcome UGC order on FYUP 23.6.2014 Zee News : States
Several students and teachers` bodies today hailed the UGC`s order to Delhi University to roll back the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP), saying it was a defeat of the Vice-Chancellor`s "autocracy" and victory of their "popular movement".
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Students, Teachers Welcome UGC Order on FYUP 22.6.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Saudi jails Shiites over flag insult 22.6.2014 Zee News : World
A court in Saudi Arabia sentenced five young Shiites on Sunday to jail terms ranging from three to six years for insulting the kingdom`s flag during protests, an official source said.
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Infy gains weight as Sikka steps up 18.6.2014 All Companies Stories
After four months of slide, the week since it announced a new CEO has seen the scrip gaining nearly 50 basis points in index weight
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Sikka rally boosts Infy weight in Sensex 18.6.2014 Latest News
The arrival of new chief at Infosys is working wonders for the scrip as its weightage in the BSE Sensex has shot up. The announcement of Vishal Sikka as the CEO last week helped the stock reverse a four month weight-losing streak and shoot up two ...
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Ukraine minister under fire for swearing about Putin 15.6.2014 FirstPost: World
KIEV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Senior Russian parliamentarians urged Ukraine on Sunday to sack its foreign minister for calling President Vladimir Putin a "dickhead" during a violent protest outside Russia's embassy in Kiev. Acting Foreign Minister Andriy Deshchytsia tried to persuade protesters not to use violence at the rally on Saturday evening, during which the Russian flag was ripped up, vehicles overturned and stones and eggs thrown at the embassy.
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Decision on Narmada dam illegal: CPI(M) - The Hindu 14.6.2014
Decision on Narmada dam illegal: CPI(M) The Hindu The Centre's decision to allow the Gujarat government to raise the height of the Narmada dam by 17 metres is threatening to snowball into a major controversy with the CPI(M) urging the government to reverse the decision and ensure proper rehabilitation ...
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Gujarat can raise Narmada dam height 13.6.2014 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi always felt clearance was denied by UPA govt because of him. The clearance for increasing the height of the Narmada Dam to allow installation of gates to control the flow of water may seem like a gift that Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave himself and his home state, Gujarat, on assuming power at the Centre.But as chief minister he was so exasperated over the UPA government's refusal in the last eight years that he even offered to put up plaques of the Nehru-Gandhi family and not take credit for the project, his aides recalled. As late as February this year, Modi regretted that raising the height of the dam was an unfinished agenda. So much so that at a rally in Gujarat this year, Modi said, "I have been pleading with the Delhi (Central) government to allow us to install gates at the dam. I had said publicly that I shall put up plaques of Gujarat Congress leaders, not of the BJP government in Gujarat, exhibit photos of Jawaharlal Nehru, Indiraji, Rajivbhai, Soniaben, (her) ...
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Can AAP survive? Only by evicting ‘Humpty Dumpty’ Kejriwal 12.6.2014 FirstPost: Politics
Arvind Kejriwal is the great Humpty Dumpty of Indian politics, a comically pompous figure with a destructive touch of hubris, and to me his fall looks about as final --and fatal --as that of Lewis Carroll 's fictional character
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Can AAP survive? Only if it gets rid of ‘Humpty Dumpty’ Kejriwal 12.6.2014 FirstPost: Politics
Arvind Kejriwal is the great Humpty Dumpty of Indian politics, a comically pompous figure with a destructive touch of hubris, and to me his fall looks about as final --and fatal --as that of Lewis Carroll 's fictional character
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SFI's demand for vice-chancellors' scalps raises eyebrows 12.6.2014 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
Pro-CPM Students Federation of India is strengthening its agitation against the vice-chancellors (VCs) of two universities in the ...
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Home minister says didn't get info on IB report; Greenpeace rubbishes allegations - Business Standard 12.6.2014 Google News India
Home minister says didn't get info on IB report; Greenpeace rubbishes allegations Business Standard Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday denied having received any report from the Intelligence Bureau (IB), which is reported to have said foreign-funded non-government organisations (NGOs) were “negatively impacting” economic development in ...
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Sensex, Nifty snap 4-day rally on profit-taking 11.6.2014 Latest News
Mixed cues from regional markets also weighed on sentiment, while gains in some of the underperformers such as Infosys capped the losses
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Stir near Raj Nivas to oust occupant 10.6.2014 Hindu: Home
“Lieutenant Governor waging shadow war with govt.’’
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