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Xi keeps tradition alive, meets family of Dr Kotnis

Xi keeps tradition alive, meets family of Dr Kotnis

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: It has been a tradition with visiting Chinese leaders to meet the family of Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis and President Xi Jinping followed it by meeting the sister of the famed physician and recalling "the fine representative who gave his precious life in China".

Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis,   Xi Jinping,   Dr Kotnis,   Manorama,   China-Japan war,  
Google Doodle celebrates 186th birthday of Leo Tolstoy

Google Doodle celebrates 186th birthday of Leo Tolstoy

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Search engine giant Google on Tuesday celebrated 186th birth anniversary of Leo Tolstoy, the Russian author and philosopher, with a Doodle slideshow showcasing his greatest works.

Google Doodle,   Google,   Leo Tolstoy,   Leo Tolstoy birthday,   War and Peace,  
World Cup 2022 the ultimate goal for ‘resurgent’ Afghanistan

World Cup 2022 the ultimate goal for ‘resurgent’ Afghanistan

17 Sep 2014

London: The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been beset by controversy but for the visionaries bringing football back to life in Afghanistan it represents a shining, magical light at the end of a very long and dark tunnel.

London,   2022 World Cup,   Qatar,   Afghanistan football,   football,   war torn country,   Qatar World Cup,   Premier League,  
Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

08 Sep 2014

JERUSALEM: Scores of Palestinians rioted in East Jerusalem on Sunday after hearing that a youth from their neighbourhood had died of wounds suffered in a clash with Israeli police last week.

Palestinians,   Jerusalem,   Israeli police,   Gaza war,   Israeli forces,  
 54 Indian prisoners of <strong>war</strong> in Pakistani jails: RTI

54 Indian prisoners of war in Pakistani jails: RTI

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: As many as 54 Indian soldiers, who were captured as Prisoners of Wars during battles of 1965 and 1971, are still believed to be in Pakistani jails, according to a RTI reply.

RTI,   Pakistani jails,   Defence Ministry,   PoWs,   Tejinder Singh Sethi ,  
‘Overworked’ Ronaldo <strong>claims</strong> he is close to best

‘Overworked’ Ronaldo claims he is close to best

29 Aug 2014

Barcelona: Cristiano Ronaldo admits that he suffered for pushing himself too much at the end of last season but is now close to his best as Real Madrid prepare to face Real Sociedad this weekend.

Cristiano Ronaldo,   fitness,   Real Sociedad,   Champions League,   fitness,   World Cup,   pre-season,  
Muzaffarnagar riots: 101 villagers' compensation <strong>claims</strong> accepted

Muzaffarnagar riots: 101 villagers' compensation claims accepted

29 Aug 2014

Muzaffarnagar: A year after riots broke out in the district, claims for compensation by the people effected from Hasanpur village have been accepted by the district authorities here.

Muzaffarnagar riots,   District authorities,   compensation claim,   violence,   UP riots ,  
Kin of road accident victim get over Rs 20 lakh compensation

Kin of road accident victim get over Rs 20 lakh compensation

11 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Family members of a 33-year-old man, who died in a road accident involving a rashly driven truck, have been awarded a compensation of over Rs 20 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here.

Road accident,   family members,   compensation,   motor accident claims tribunal,  
Di Maria <strong>claims</strong> Real pressure not to play World Cup final

Di Maria claims Real pressure not to play World Cup final

06 Sep 2014

Buenos Aires: Angel Di Maria has claimed his former club Real Madrid put pressure on Argentina not to play him in the World Cup final in another bitter chapter in his departure from the Spanish giants to Manchester United.

Real Madrid,   Angel Di Maria,   World Cup final,   Alejandro Sabella,   Cristiano Ronaldo,  
Army man died in accident gets 55 lakh as compensation

Army man died in accident gets 55 lakh as compensation

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Family members of an Army man, who died in a road accident involving a rashly driven car, have been awarded a compensation of over Rs 55 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here.MACT Presiding Officer Deepak Jagotra directed Tata AIG General Insurance Company Ltd, with which the car was insured, to pay Rs 55,19,926 to the wife, minor son and parents of 29-year-old Anil Kumar, who was working as a Army jawan.

Motor Accident Claims Tribunal,   Indian Army,   accident,  

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