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Lenovo website breached; hacker group Lizard Squad <strong>claims</strong> responsibility

Lenovo website breached; hacker group Lizard Squad claims responsibility

26 Feb 2015

Chinese computer and smartphone firm Lenovo Group Ltd said its website was hacked on Wednesday, its second security blemish days after the U.S. government advised consumers to remove software called "Superfish" pre-installed on its laptops.

Lenovo Group,   Lenovo website,   Lenovo hacking,   Lenovo software,   Superfish,   Hacking,   Lizard Squad,  
Congress leader <strong>claims</strong> Rahul Gandhi in Uttarakhand; party denies

Congress leader claims Rahul Gandhi in Uttarakhand; party denies

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Amidst the hullabaloo over the 'sabbatical' of Rahul Gandhi ahead of the key Budget Session of Parliament, a Congress leader on Wednesday claimed that contrary to popular perception that the Gandhi scion is enjoying holidays in Bangkok, the Congress vice president is camping in Uttarakhand.

Rahul Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi leave,   Rahul Gandhi Uttarakhand,   Congress,   Sonia Gandhi,   Budget Session,   Rahul Gandhi vacation ,  
 Rekha wears sindoor for Big B, <strong>claims</strong> Puneet Issar's wife

Rekha wears sindoor for Big B, claims Puneet Issar's wife

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Deepali Issar, wife of actor director Puneet Issar, has revealed that yesteryear heartthrob Rekha wears sindoor for megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

Puneet Issar wife,   Rekha sindoor,   Deepali Issar,   Amitabh Bachchan ,  
No shortage of urea this rabi season, <strong>claims</strong> government

No shortage of urea this rabi season, claims government

17 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government said there is no shortage of urea in the country and sales of the key soil nutrient were higher during the ongoing rabi season compared to the same period last year.

NDA government,   Urea shortage,   Urea demand,   Urea sales,   Rabi season,  
Sri Lanka <strong>war</strong> crime report deferred by six months

Sri Lanka war crime report deferred by six months

17 Feb 2015

Geneva: The UN Human Rights Council has delayed by six months the release of a report into alleged war crimes committed during Sri Lanka's civil war, following request by the country's newly-elected government for more time to conclude its internal probe.

UN Human Rights Council,   UNHRC,   Sri Lanka civil war,   Maithripala Sirisena,  
As Baghdad lifts curfew, bombs are reminder of country at <strong>war</strong>

As Baghdad lifts curfew, bombs are reminder of country at war

08 Feb 2015

Bagdad: Five blasts across Baghdad on Saturday tempered Iraqis' anticipation of a more relaxed and accessible capital as the government prepared to lift a night-time curfew that has kept the city on a war-time footing for more than a decade.

Blasts across Baghdad,   Iraq government,   curfew in Baghdad ,  
Swine flu <strong>claims</strong> one more life in West Bengal, toll rises to eight

Swine flu claims one more life in West Bengal, toll rises to eight

01 Mar 2015

Kolkata: Swine flu has claimed one more life in West Bengal, taking the toll to eight since January this year even as three fresh cases were reported in the state, a senior health official said on Sunday.

Swine Flu,   H1N1 virus,   Swine Flu West Bengal,   Swine Flu death toll,  
Russian boy <strong>claims</strong> to have become comics villain 'Magneto'

Russian boy claims to have become comics villain 'Magneto'

21 Feb 2015

London: A schoolboy, who nearly died recently after getting a massive electric shock, has claimed to have developed superpowers like Marvel comics’ villain Magneto after the incidence.

Magneto,   comics villain,   Nikolai Kryaglyachenko,   superhero,   Magnet,   electric shock,  
IS <strong>claims</strong> to have executed Jordanian pilot

IS claims to have executed Jordanian pilot

04 Feb 2015

Amman: The Islamic State (IS) on Tuesday claimed in an online video to have burnt alive Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh, who was captured by the Sunni radical group after his plane crashed in Syria in December last year, media reports said.

IS,   Moaz al-Kasasbeh,   Jordanian pilot killing,   Sunni radical group,  
Obama asks fresh <strong>war</strong> powers, says IS group 'going to lose'

Obama asks fresh war powers, says IS group 'going to lose'

12 Feb 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama urged Congress to authorize military action against the Islamic State militants who are cutting a swath across the Middle East, vowing their forces "are going to lose."

Barack Obama,   IS group,   ISIS,   Islamic State militants,   US President ,  

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