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After 70 years India, Bangladesh to complete historic land swap

Jul 30, 2015

After 70 years India, Bangladesh to complete historic land swap

Bangladesh and India will this week finally swap tiny islands of land, ending one of the world's most difficult border disputes that has kept thousands of people in stateless limbo for almost 70 years. #India #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #land dispute #Territory
Yakub Memon's final moments: Hallucinations, a birthday cake and then anger

Jul 30, 2015

Yakub Memon's final moments: Hallucinations, a birthday cake and then anger

On his last day, even as his lawyers approached the Supreme Court and President seeking to delay his hanging, Yakub Memon went from being calm after learning his fate to reportedly suffering from hallucinations. #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Cake #Yakub Memon #Nagpur Central Jail
Live: Massive security deployed in Mumbai as Yakub Memon's body arrives

Jul 30, 2015

Live: Massive security deployed in Mumbai as Yakub Memon's body arrives

A three-judge newly constituted bench of the Supreme Court, who were to take a decision on 1993 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon's curative petition, have dismissed the plea, reports on Wednesday said. #India #Supreme Court #1993 Mumbai blasts #Yakub Memon #1993 Mumbai Blasy
Live updates: APJ Abdul Kalam's laid to rest with full military honours in Rameswaram

Jul 30, 2015

Live updates: APJ Abdul Kalam's laid to rest with full military honours in Rameswaram

Former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam, who would have turned 84 in October, died after suffering a massive cardiac arrest during a lecture at the IIM Shillong yesterday. #India #Funeral #NewsTracker #Government #APJ Abdul Kalam #state mourning
Would love to play against India but it's in the hands of govts: Pakistan captain Azhar Ali

Jul 30, 2015

Would love to play against India but it's in the hands of govts: Pakistan captain Azhar Ali

After Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistans one-day skipper Azhar Ali is also keen to see a revival of bilateral cricketing ties with India #India #Cricket #Pakistan #Test cricket #Misbah-ul-Haq #TheySaidIt #ODI #Azhar Ali #Indo-Pak cricket #India Pakistan Rivalry
BCCI is fully justified in upholding life ban on Sreesanth, Chavan and Chandila

Jul 30, 2015

BCCI is fully justified in upholding life ban on Sreesanth, Chavan and Chandila

Sreesanth and his former Rajasthan Royals teammates walked because underIndian law match-fixing is not a crime. But under theBCCI's code, match-fixing is an offence. #Sports #OnOurMind #BCCI #India #Cricket #Indian Premier League #Rajasthan Royals #Delhi Police #Anurag Thakur #Spot fixing #IPL spot-fixing #S Sreesanth #IPL 6 #Ajit Chandila #Ankeet Chavan
Give me two-three Tests and if I dont perform, drop me forever: Raina

Jul 30, 2015

Give me two-three Tests and if I dont perform, drop me forever: Raina

Suresh Raina believes that he hasn't been given enough opportunities to prove him self in the longer format of the game. #Sports #India #Cricket #Sri Lanka #Chennai Super Kings #Test cricket #TheySaidIt #Suresh Raina #MS Dhoni #SportsTracker #CSK #Tests
'As you pursue your goals, obstacles become irrelevant': Magsaysay awardee Anshu Gupta on running 'Goonj'

Jul 30, 2015

'As you pursue your goals, obstacles become irrelevant': Magsaysay awardee Anshu Gupta on running 'Goonj'

Anshu Gupta, who has been given the Magsaysay Award, has been recognized for his creative vision in transforming the culture of giving in India. Excerpts from an interview #NewsTracker #ChangeAgent #Goonj #NGOs in India #Anshu Gupta #Magsaysay Award