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Thai government websites <strong>hacked</strong> by Islamist group

Thai government websites hacked by Islamist group

24 Aug 2015

Bangkok: Six Thai government websites were hacked today by an Islamist group calling itself 'Fallag Gassrini and Dr Lamouchi' from Tunisia, the media reported. The hackers attacked the official sites of Lamphun, Sing Buri, Sa Kaeo and Tak provinces, as well as Mahasarakham University's publishing house and Lam Luk Ka Hospital in Pathum Thani.

Thailand,   website,   hacking,   Islamist group,   Thai government,   Latest World News,  
Another blogger <strong>hacked</strong> to <strong>death</strong> in Bangladesh

Another blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

07 Aug 2015

Dhaka: Attackers armed with machetes killed a blogger in Bangladesh today, the fourth killing of an online critic of religious extremism in the Muslim-majority country in less than six months.

Blogger killed in Bangladesh,   Bangladesh,   Blogger,   Online critic,   Religious extremism,   Muslim majority country,   Latest World News,  
 Lata, Neil remember Mukesh on 39th <strong>death</strong> anniversary

Lata, Neil remember Mukesh on 39th death anniversary

27 Aug 2015

Mumbai: On the 39th death anniversary of legendary singer Mukesh, his grandson Neil Nitin Mukesh and melody queen Lata Mangeshkar today remembered the late singer.

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Kochi boat tragedy: <strong>Death</strong> toll reaches seven

Kochi boat tragedy: Death toll reaches seven

27 Aug 2015

Kochi: Death toll in the Fort Kochi boat tragedy has risen to seven with the recovery of a body of an 18-year-old girl in a harbour near here this morning, police said. Navy, Coast Guard and Marine police personnel restarted search operations this morning for three more missing persons, including a woman.

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Patel reservation row: <strong>Death</strong> toll rises to 10; Hardik Patel vows to intensify agitation

Patel reservation row: Death toll rises to 10; Hardik Patel vows to intensify agitation

28 Aug 2015

Ahmedabad: An uneasy calm prevailed in Gujarat yesterday after two days of violence during the OBC quota stir of Patel community even as death toll rose to 10 and a defiant Hardik Patel vowed to intensify the agitation.

Patel reservation row,   Patel quota row,   Gujarat violence,   OBC quota,   Patel community,   Hardik Patel,   latest states news,  
Ashley Madison founder emails leaked in new data dump

Ashley Madison founder emails leaked in new data dump

21 Aug 2015

TORONTO: Emails sent by the founder of infidelity website appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company, cyber security experts confirmed on Thursday.,   Ashley Madison hacked,   Ashley Madison leaks,   Cyber security,  
Delhi sex ratio alarmingly low at 896

Delhi sex ratio alarmingly low at 896

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The national capital continues to languish among the worst in terms of sex ratio in the country with 896 females to 1,000 males as per the Delhi government's annual birth and death registration report, a negligible improvement from last year's 895.

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15-year-old beaten to <strong>death</strong> by classmates in South-West Delhi

15-year-old beaten to death by classmates in South-West Delhi

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A 15-year-old boy was allegedly beaten to death by two of his classmates after he complained against them to a teacher at South-West Delhi's Najafgarh area, police said today.

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GST Bill cannot be passed without Congress' support: Jairam <strong>Ramesh</strong>

GST Bill cannot be passed without Congress' support: Jairam Ramesh

20 Aug 2015

New Delhi: With the government contemplating a Special Session of Parliament over the GST Bill, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday said the economic measure cannot be passed without his party's support and sought four amendments.

Modi government,   Special Session,   Parliament,   GST Bill,   Congress,   Jairam Ramesh,  
Assam floods: <strong>Death</strong> toll rises to 13; CM makes aerial survey

Assam floods: Death toll rises to 13; CM makes aerial survey

24 Aug 2015

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi made an aerial survey of severely flood affected districts of Kokrajhar, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Goalpara and Dhubri districts even as the death toll in the floods rose to 13.

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