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Another <strong>bomb</strong> hoax call in Gurgaon

Another bomb hoax call in Gurgaon

18 Dec 2014

Gurgaon:  A caller kept the Gurgaon police on its toes for the second day on Thursday which later turned out to be a hoax. The Arcadia shopping complex in South City on Sohna road was evacuated after the police received the bomb hoax call.

Gurgaon,   Hoax call,   Bomb,   Gurgaon police,   NCR,  
L N Mishra murder case: Four convicts get life term

L N Mishra murder case: Four convicts get life term

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Four men, convicted for killing the then Railway Minister Lalit Narayan Mishra and two others in a blast in Bihar's Samastipur railway station nearly 40 years back, were today awarded life imprisonment by a Delhi court.

L N Mishra case convicts life imprisonment,   L N Mishra murder case,   former Railway Minister murder,   Lalit Narayan Mishra,   Samastipur Railway station bomb blast,   Bihar railway station bomb blast,  
<strong>Bomb</strong> scare at Huda City Centre Metro station and markets in Gurgaon

Bomb scare at Huda City Centre Metro station and markets in Gurgaon

17 Dec 2014

Gurgaon: People were evacuated from a Delhi Metro station and two markets in posh areas of Gurgaon after police received bomb threat calls, officials said. Train services were affected for over one-and-half hours after a bomb threat at the Huda City Centre station, police said.

Bomb,   Bomb threats,   Delhi Metro station,   Huda City Centre,   Gurgaon,  
Wrote letter to AIBA to save Sarita's career, says Tendulkar

Wrote letter to AIBA to save Sarita's career, says Tendulkar

17 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Retired batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar said on Wednesday the whole idea behind his writing a letter to world boxing body AIBA was to save woman boxer L Sarita Devi's career from ending abruptly after the Asian Games controversy in Incheon.

Sachin Tendulkar,   World boxing body,   AIBA,   Woman boxer,   Sarita Devi,   Asian Games controversy,  
Six killed in Taliban suicide attack on Afghan bank

Six killed in Taliban suicide attack on Afghan bank

17 Dec 2014

Kandahar: Taliban militants detonated a suicide bomb and stormed a bank in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing at least six people as the country endures a rise in violence while US-led NATO troops pull out.

Taliban militants,   Suicide bomb,   Afghan bank,   Afghanistan attack,   Afghanistan violence,   NATO troops,  
<strong>Body</strong> of kidnapped sarpanch found in Baramulla

Body of kidnapped sarpanch found in Baramulla

13 Dec 2014

Srinagar: The body of a sarpanch, who was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen on Friday night, was found in Sopore area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Saturday.

J&K,   sarpanch found dead in J&K,   Sarpanch killed in J&K,   law and order in J&K ,  
Afghan <strong>bomb</strong> attack targets NATO convoy

Afghan bomb attack targets NATO convoy

13 Dec 2014

Kabul: A bomb attack targeted a NATO convoy in Afghanistan's Parwan province and casualties, if any, remain unknown, a security official said on Saturday.

Afghanistan,   NATO convoy,   bomb attack,   Kabul ,  
L N Mishra murder case: Court to pronounce sentence on December 18

L N Mishra murder case: Court to pronounce sentence on December 18

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday fixed December 18 for pronouncing punishment to four convicts in the 1975 Lalit Narayan Mishra murder case after hearing the arguments on quantum of sentence during which CBI left it to its discretion whether the convicts deserved death penalty.

L N Mishra murder case,   former Railway Minister murder,   Lalit Narayan Mishra,   Samastipur Railway station bomb blast,   Bihar railway station bomb blast,   criminal conspiracy against L N Mishra,  
Delhiites not safe from air pollution even <strong>inside</strong> homes: CSE

Delhiites not safe from air pollution even inside homes: CSE

11 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Even the high and mighty living in the posh areas of Delhi, including Lutyens' Zone, are not safe from the alarming levels of air pollution that plagues the national capital, advocacy group CSE said on Thursday as it called for stringent steps for making the air more breathable for Delhiites.

CSE,   Delhi,   Centre for Science and Environment,   Lutyens Zone,   Sunita Narain,  President Pranab Mukherjee,   Prime Minister,  Narendra Modi,  Delhi Pollution Control Committee ,  
Occupational sitting among women linked to obesity

Occupational sitting among women linked to obesity

13 Dec 2014

Washington: Occupational sitting is associated with an increased likelihood of obesity among black women, independent of occupational and leisure time physical activity, according to a new study.

body mass index,   BMI,   obesity,   Public Health,  

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