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CRPF men shoot teenager in Kashmir: Two cops held; Mufti govt orders probe

Apr 19, 2015

CRPF men shoot teenager in Kashmir: Two cops held; Mufti govt orders probe

A teenager was shot dead by security forces in the Kashmir Valley during a strike called by hardline Hurriyat Conference against the recent killing of two youths in an army operation in Tral. #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Kashmir #Hurriyat Conference #Yasin Malik #Budgam #PDP Government
Youth killed in Jammu and Kashmir firing: Govt orders magisterial probe into Budgam shooting case

Apr 18, 2015

Youth killed in Jammu and Kashmir firing: Govt orders magisterial probe into Budgam shooting case

Jammu and Kashmir government ordered a magisterial probe into the killing of a youth in firing by security forces during a protest demonstration in Budgam district on Saturday. #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Mirwaiz #Hurriyat #Budgam #J&K government
Draft Thai constitution complete, but strife seen ahead| Reuters

Apr 18, 2015

Draft Thai constitution complete, but strife seen ahead| Reuters

BANGKOK (Reuters) - The generals who seized power in last year's coup in Thailand would be granted immunity from prosecution and unelected individuals allowed to become prime minister under a preliminary draft of a new constitution seen on Friday. The draft seen by Reuters will be scrutinised by political stakeholders over the next five weeks. If endorsed, it would see a panel of so-called "wise men" steering junta-approved reforms and the adoption of a voting system derided by critics as regressive and likely to produce weak coalition governments. #Business #Sports #United States #India #Technology #Middle East #science #Government #Argentina #Latin America #Mexico #opinion
What happened to 56 inch chest of Modi: Lalu on Pak flag waving in J&K

Apr 17, 2015

What happened to 56 inch chest of Modi: Lalu on Pak flag waving in J&K

RJD President Lalu Prasad on Friday assailed the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir for failing to prevent waving of Pakistani flags and raising of pro-Pakistan slogans by separatist leaders and questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ability. #TheySaidIt #Lalu Prasad #Lok Sabha election #PDP-BJP government #Pakistan flag
UPA not opposing land bill because of political reasons, says Jairam Ramesh

Apr 17, 2015

UPA not opposing land bill because of political reasons, says Jairam Ramesh

Former environment minister and senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today said his party was not opposing the Land bill for the sake of being an opposition and that the issue was just not a political one. #Jairam Ramesh #Nitin Gadkari #TheySaidIt #UPA government
Here's why Ramdev, India's biggest buyer of red sander, had to shell out Rs 207 cr for endangered wood

Apr 17, 2015

Here's why Ramdev, India's biggest buyer of red sander, had to shell out Rs 207 cr for endangered wood

Ramdev's Patanjali Yogpeeth bought 706 tonnes of red sanders for Rs 207 crore. Yogpeeth uses red sanders to make Ayurvedic medicines and sometimes uses the wood essence in incense sticks. #HowThisWorks #Tamil Nadu #Andhra Pradesh #Ramdev #Patanjali Yogpeeth #Andhra Pradesh government #red sanders #Red Sandalwood #Red Sander Auction
New Yemen Vice President says he hopes to avert Saudi invasion

Apr 17, 2015

New Yemen Vice President says he hopes to avert Saudi invasion

Yemen's newly-appointed Vice President Khaled Bahah, a widely respected figure named this week to shore up the legitimacy of the exiled Saudi-backed government, said on Thursday he hoped to avert a Saudi-led invasion to restore unity to the country. #NewsTracker #Government #Yemen #Iraq #Gulf #Shia #Sunni #Houthi rebels #Khaled Bahah
Veteran Chinese scribe Gao Yu sentenced to 7 years for leaking Communist Party papers

Apr 17, 2015

Veteran Chinese scribe Gao Yu sentenced to 7 years for leaking Communist Party papers

A court in Beijing on Friday sentenced veteran Chinese journalist Gao Yu to seven years in prison for leaking a top Communist Party document that outlined the leadership's resolve to aggressively curb civil society and press freedom. #China #NewsTracker #Chinese government #Freedom of Press #China Communist Party #Gao Yu
NEC in talks with Indian govt to set up cyber security academy

Apr 16, 2015

NEC in talks with Indian govt to set up cyber security academy

"We have initiated discussions since the beginning of this year on collaboration in cyber-security and safe city capabilities in India," Koichiro Koide managing director of NEC India said. #cyber security #NEC #India government