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Taliban <strong>chief</strong> Mullah Omar dead?

Taliban chief Mullah Omar dead?

29 Jul 2015

Islamabad: Elusive one-eyed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar, who ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 with an iron fist before US-led forces overthrew his government, has died, according to a media report today.

Taliban leader,   Mullah Omar dead,   Afghan Taliban,   Mullah Mohammed Omar,   Latest world News,  
Shatrughan, Nitish exchange warmth at Patna Airport

Shatrughan, Nitish exchange warmth at Patna Airport

29 Jul 2015

Patna: Days after their meeting which triggered controversy, BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar came across each other at the Airport here and exchanged greetings.

BJP,   Shatrughan Sinha,   Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   JDU,   Patna Airport,  
Mamata Banerjee cuts short London visit in wake of Bengal cyclone

Mamata Banerjee cuts short London visit in wake of Bengal cyclone

29 Jul 2015

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is cutting short her London visit in view of the cyclonic storm which lashed parts of three districts in the state since last night.

West Bengal Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   Mamata London visit,   Bengal cyclone ,  
Pakistan security forces kill Lashkar-i-Jhangvi <strong>chief</strong>, 13 others in encounter

Pakistan security forces kill Lashkar-i-Jhangvi chief, 13 others in encounter

29 Jul 2015

Islamabad: Malik Ishaq, the chief of banned sectarian outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi (LeJ), his two sons and 11 top members of the group linked to al-Qaeda were killed in an 'encounter' in Pakistan's Punjab province, police said today.

Pakistan police,   Lashkar I Jhangvi chief,   Malik Ishaq,   Sectarian outfit,   LeJ chief killed,   Encounter in Pakistan,   Punjab,   Latest World News,  
Punjab CM meets slain police officer's family, assures all possible help

Punjab CM meets slain police officer's family, assures all possible help

29 Jul 2015

Kapurthala (Punjab): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today met the family of police officer Baljit Singh who died fighting terrorists and praised the Punjab Police.

Punjab Chief Minister,   Parkash Singh Badal,   police officer Baljit Singh,   terrorists,   Punjab Police,   latest state news,  
Swati Maliwal takes charge as DCW <strong>chief</strong>

Swati Maliwal takes charge as DCW chief

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Swati Maliwal today took charge as the Chairperson of Delhi Commisson for Women (DCW), along with three other members, a day after their appointments were approved by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

Swati Maliwal,   DCW chief,   Chairperson of Delhi Commisson for Women,   DCW,   Lt Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Latest States News ,  
LG clears appointment of Swati Maliwal as DCW <strong>chief</strong>

LG clears appointment of Swati Maliwal as DCW chief

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung has approved the appointment of Swati Maliwal as the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief.

Lieutenant Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Swati Maliwal,   Delhi Commission for Women,   DCW,  
Sundar Raman is an employee not decision-maker in BCCI: Thakur

Sundar Raman is an employee not decision-maker in BCCI: Thakur

23 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today made it clear that they would not rush to any decision regarding the controversial IPL Chief Operating Officer Sundar Raman's fate amid calls for his ouster, terming him a mere "employee and not a decision maker".

BCCI secretary,   Anurag Thakur,   IPL Chief Operating Officer,   Sundar Raman,   Lodha Committee,   Latest News ,  
Bihar to name college after Kalam

Bihar to name college after Kalam

28 Jul 2015

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the Kishanganj Agriculture College will be named after former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Kishanganj Agriculture College,   APJ Abdul Kalam,  
No cricket ties with Pakistan as of now: BCCI

No cricket ties with Pakistan as of now: BCCI

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI today appeared to rule out an immediate resumption of Indo-Pak cricket ties in the wake of Gurdaspur terror attack, in which militants from the across the border are believed to be involved.

BCCI,   India Pakistan cricket ties,   Gurdaspur terror attack,   Indo Pak bilateral cricket ties,   BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur,   BCCI,   Latest News ,  

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