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NE Exodus: People Pushed Out of Train, Toll Rises to 4 20.8.2012 Outlook Wires
With the recovery of two more bodies, the toll in violence on board the Guwahati-bound special train carrying northeast people, has risen to four.
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Four killed after being pushed out from Guwahati-bound train 20.8.2012 deccanherald.com
Four killed after being pushed out from Guwahati-bound train
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Four killed after being pushed out from Guwahati-bound train 20.8.2012 DNA: Top News
With the recovery of two more bodies, the toll in violence on board the Guwahati-bound special train carrying northeast people, has risen to four.
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4 killed after being pushed out from Guwahati-bound train 20.8.2012 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
With the recovery of two more bodies, the toll in violence on board the Guwahati-bound special train carrying north east people, has risen to four.
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Malkajgiri water supply: GHMC to spend Rs. 3 cr. 20.8.2012 Hindu: News
The GHMC is ready to spend Rs.3 crore to lay pipelines beneath the railway line nearby to ensure that adequate drinking water is supplied to residents of Malkajgiri, said Commissioner M.T. Krishna...
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Four killed after being pushed out from train 20.8.2012 Hindu: News
With the recovery of two more bodies, the toll in violence on board the Guwahati-bound special train carrying northeast people, has risen to four. “While two bodies were recovered from a pl...
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Outrage over US lawmaker's 'legitimate rape rarely causes pregnancy' comment 20.8.2012 The Indian Express -- Front Page
He had made the comments as he argued that abortion should be illegal even in cases of rape or incest.
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Outrage over US Republican`s rape comment 20.8.2012 Zee News : World
A US lawmaker has sparked outrage by claiming that victims of ‘legitimate rape’ rarely get pregnant.
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Two killed in Guwahati-bound train attack 20.8.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Mysore City Corporation moves in to curb visual pollution 20.8.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Mysore City Corporation moves in to curb visual pollution
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'Legitimate rape' rarely leads to pregnancy, claims US Senate candidate 20.8.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Todd Akin, the Republican nominee for Missouri, causes furore with explanation of his no-exceptions policy on abortion A Republican Senate hopeful sparked outrage on Sunday by suggesting that "legitimate rape" rarely results in pregnancy due to a woman's biological defences. Todd Akin, a member of the House of Representatives and recently appointed Senate nominee for Missouri, made the claim during an interview in which he attempted to explain his no-exceptions policy in regards to abortion. In reference to pregnancy resulting from rape, Akin told KTVI-TV: "First of all, from what I understand from doctors, that is really rare. "If it is a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try and shut that whole thing down." But if that "didn't work", then the punishment should be "on the rapist and not attacking the child", Akin added. A video clip of the interview soon went viral, leading to online criticism directed at the Republican politician. Akin recently won the GOP ...
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Three New Zealand soldiers killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan 20.8.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Incident follows the deaths of another two New Zealand soldiers earlier this month in the same area of the country Three New Zealand soldiers have been killed by a roadside bomb in central Afghanistan. The soldiers were travelling in a vehicle on Sunday in Bamiyan province, a once comparatively stable part of the country where there has recently been an increase in violence. Two New Zealand soldiers were killed in the same area during a firefight with insurgents earlier this month. New Zealand has stationed a small group of 145 soldiers in Afghanistan since 2003, a contingent it plans to withdraw by the end of next year. Ten New Zealand soldiers have now died during the conflict. John Key, New Zealand's prime minister, said that the deaths "underscore the gravity" of the situation the soldiers face in Afghanistan each day, adding that he would release further details of the incident later on Monday. guardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated ...
Naidu hits out at UPA over CAG remarks 20.8.2012 Asian Age: Bengaluru
Senior BJP leader M. Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday dropped enough hints that the party is likely to move a privilege motion against the UPA government at the Centre for its ‘remarks’ against the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) who exposed the irregularities in the allotment of coal mines to private players. Addressing a press conference here, Mr Naidu said the party is seriously examining whether the criticism of the CAG by a few ministers would be considered breach of privilege. "The CAG is a constitutional body and criticising it is like questioning its authority. Parliament, not the public, is the forum to discuss the findings of the CAG. A responsible government should not have done this," he explained. "We will not keep quiet. We will confront the UPA on the issue. The government should have said whatever it had to say on the CAG report on coal allocation, in Parliament, but not in public," Mr Naidu observed. Demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, the BJP ...
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Exodus to NE abates 20.8.2012 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
The panic exodus of the Northeast people from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra abated today, said sources.
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Naidu hits out at UPA over CAG remarks 20.8.2012 Asian Age: Bengaluru
Senior BJP leader M. Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday dropped enough hints that the party is likely to move a privilege motion against the UPA government at the Centre for its ‘remarks’ against the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) who exposed the irregularities in the allotment of coal mines to private players. Addressing a press conference here, Mr Naidu said the party is seriously examining whether the criticism of the CAG by a few ministers would be considered breach of privilege. "The CAG is a constitutional body and criticising it is like questioning its authority. Parliament, not the public, is the forum to discuss the findings of the CAG. A responsible government should not have done this," he explained. "We will not keep quiet. We will confront the UPA on the issue. The government should have said whatever it had to say on the CAG report on coal allocation, in Parliament, but not in public," Mr Naidu observed. Demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, the BJP ...
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Passengers pushed from train in West Bengal 19.8.2012 NDTV National
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Passengers thrown out of Guwahati-bound train, 2 killed 19.8.2012 TOI: India
Passengers thrown out of Guwahati-bound train, 2 killed
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Passengers thrown out of Guwahati-bound running train; 2 killed, 7 injured 19.8.2012 DNA: Top News
Police and railway authorities remained tight-lipped on the identity of the attacked passengers, who hailed from Assam, pending an investigation.
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Zeliangrong leaders set Aug 25 deadline 19.8.2012 Manipur: E-Pao
Zeliangrong leaders set Aug 25 deadline
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Passengers thrown out of Guwahati-bound train, 2 killed 19.8.2012 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Two passengers of a Guwahati-bound special train carrying northeast people fleeing Bengaluru were killed and seven others injured on Sunday after they were beaten up and pushed out by unidentified persons.
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