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UP saw highest number of deaths in communal unrest: US <strong>report</strong>

UP saw highest number of deaths in communal unrest: US report

29 Jul 2014

Washington:  Uttar Pradesh saw the highest number of deaths in communal clashes in India in 2013, according to a US report which said the world last year witnessed the largest displacement of religious communities in recent memory.

UP,   death,   UP crime,   communal unrest,   US report,  
Tigers flourish in the land of Uttar Pradesh

Tigers flourish in the land of Uttar Pradesh

28 Jul 2014

Lucknow: In good news that would delight environmentalists, camera traps have shown an increase in the number of tigers in the core area of Uttar Pradesh’s Dudhwa tiger reserve this time around.

Uttar Pradesh,   tigers,   tiger census,   Dudhwa tiger reserve,   Katarniaghat wildlife sanctuary,   North and South kheri,   forest division,  Kishenpur wildlife sanctuary ,  
Nitin Gadkari dismisses bugging <strong>report</strong>, Home Ministry rejects Opposition’s call for probe

Nitin Gadkari dismisses bugging report, Home Ministry rejects Opposition’s call for probe

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari dismissed speculative media reports that his residence in New Delhi was bugged, while several political parties including Congress sought an investigation into the matter.

Nitin Gadkari,   Congress,   Manmohan Singh,   Sonia Gandhi,   Pranab Mukherjee,   NSA,  
Lack of sleep leads to distorted memory: <strong>Report</strong>

Lack of sleep leads to distorted memory: Report

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Person deprived of sleep is more likely to form false memory, says a new research. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University of California, Irvine found participants deprived of a night's sleep were more likely to have distorted memory.

Lack of sleep,   distorted memory,   false memory,   chronic diseases,   hypertension,   diabetes,  
2.2 billion people ‘poor or near-poor’, says UN <strong>report</strong>

2.2 billion people ‘poor or near-poor’, says UN report

25 Jul 2014

United Nations: Approximately 2.2 billion people around the world are "poor or near-poor," a UN flagship report said, calling for stronger collective global action in response to vulnerabilities in order to securing human development progress.

UN report,   United Nation,   United Nation report,   UN Development Programme,   UNDP,   poverty,  
It was a memorable win, we learnt from <strong>2011</strong> tour: MS Dhoni

It was a memorable win, we learnt from 2011 tour: MS Dhoni

21 Jul 2014

London: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday termed the 95-run win over England, their first Test victory at the historic Lord's in nearly three decades, a "memorable" one and said the visitors had learnt from their disastrous 2011 tour.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   England,   Test Match,   India at Lords,   Ishant Sharma,  
India's child sex ratio drops: UN <strong>report</strong>

India's child sex ratio drops: UN report

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India needs to take urgent action following a sharp fall in its child sex ratio, a United Nations report said on Tuesday. The study named ‘Sex Ratios and Gender-Biased Sex Selection: History, Debate and Future Directions’, says the child sex ratio in India has deteriorated from 976 girls to 1,000 boys in 1961, to 927 girls in 2001 and to 918 girls in 2011.

Child sex ratio,   UN report,   study,   population,   gender ratio,  
Girl child being seen as a burden in India, says UN <strong>Report</strong>

Girl child being seen as a burden in India, says UN Report

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Indian parents' fear of their inability to find a suitable groom for their daughters along with the societal pressure to pay huge sum of dowry adds to the feeling of the girl child being a 'burden', says a UN report.

Girl child,   sex ration in India,   United Nations,   UN report of girl child,   social issues against girl child,   child rights in India,   child rights violations in India ,  
Government studying CAG <strong>report</strong> on overcharging by oil firms

Government studying CAG report on overcharging by oil firms

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government on Monday said it is studying the official auditor's observation that state-owned oil companies overcharged customers for five years by Rs 26,626 crore.

Government,   CAG,   auditor,   Lok Sabha,   oil firms,  
Sensex falls from record high on profit-booking, down 25 points

Sensex falls from record high on profit-booking, down 25 points

24 Jul 2014

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE index Sensex on Thursday retreated from record high by losing over 25 points in early trade as investors booked profits in recent outperformers, mainly capital goods, oil and gas and power sector stocks.

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