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Two more suspected swine flu <strong>deaths</strong> in Delhi

Two more suspected swine flu deaths in Delhi

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The national capital has witnessed two more death due to suspected swine flu, which if confirmed will take the toll to six, health officials said.

Swine flu,   Swine flu in Delhi,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu symptoms,  
Australian cricketer hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness

Australian cricketer hit on head, survives after brief unconsciousness

24 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Bringing back memories of the tragic death of Philip Hughes in November last, an Australian cricketer Daniel Hughes was left unconscious briefly after being hit by an almost identical bouncer on his neck during a first grade match but fortunately escaped unscathed, local media reported.

Philip Hughes,   Australian cricketer,   Daniel Hughes,   Bouncer,   Cricket injuries,   Head injuries,   Cricket deaths ,  
Historians made to hide facts about national leaders: Venkaiah Naidu

Historians made to hide facts about national leaders: Venkaiah Naidu

24 Jan 2015

Guntur: In a veiled attack on Congress, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday alleged that the family which ruled the country for years exhorted the historians to hide facts about the sacrifices made by great patriots as well as about the mysterious deaths of national leaders.

Congress,   Union Minister,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Historians,   Indian history,   Mysterious deaths,   National leaders,  
<strong>City</strong> Union Bank Q3 net up 15 percent at Rs 102.70 crore

City Union Bank Q3 net up 15 percent at Rs 102.70 crore

24 Jan 2015

Chennai: City Union Bank on Saturday reported an over 15 percent increase in its net profit at Rs 102.70 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2014. The bank's net profit stood at Rs 89.09 crore in the corresponding quarter a year ago, its MD & CEO N Kamakoti told reporters.

City Union Bank ,   net profit,   increase in profits,   N Kamakoti ,  
Armored 'Beast' in <strong>city</strong> for Obama's Republic Day ride

Armored 'Beast' in city for Obama's Republic Day ride

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The stunning features of the US Presidential vehicle makes it clear why the Secret Service wants to unleash the 'Beast' during President Barack Obama's Republic Day outing in Delhi.

Barack Obama in India,   Armored Beast,   Obama India visit,   Republic day celebration,   US President,   PM Modi,   Obama's beast,  
Jodhpur man who died at AIIMS tests negative for ebola

Jodhpur man who died at AIIMS tests negative for ebola

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The 35-year-old man from Jodhpur who died in AIIMS on Wednesday evoking fears that he had contracted Ebola, has tested negative for the deadly virus, Union Health Ministry said.

Ebola,   Ebola in India,   AIIMS,   CCHF,   Ebola deaths,  
Swine flu: Dealth toll reaches 19 in Telangana, CM seeks Centre's help

Swine flu: Dealth toll reaches 19 in Telangana, CM seeks Centre's help

22 Jan 2015

Hyderabad: With 19 people succumbing to swine flu in Telangana so far this year, the state government on Wednesday sought Centre's help and announced several measures to check the spread of the deadly virus.

Swine flu in Telangana,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu cases,   H1N1 virus,  
Swine flu: 11 die in Telangana, state seeks Centre's help

Swine flu: 11 die in Telangana, state seeks Centre's help

21 Jan 2015

Hyderabad: With 11 people succumbing to swine flu in Telangana so far this year, the state government on Wednesday sought Centre's help to check the spread of the deadly virus.

Swine flu in Telangana,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu cases,   H1N1 virus,  
Swansea's Routledge out for four weeks with calf injury

Swansea's Routledge out for four weeks with calf injury

21 Jan 2015

London: Swansea City will be without winger Wayne Routledge for four weeks because of a calf strain, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.

Swansea City,   Wayne Routledge,   Premier League club,   Chelsea,  
Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

17 Jan 2015

Tacloban (Philippines): Pope Francis was forced on Saturday  to flee a fierce storm in the Philippines that killed a papal volunteer, cutting short a mercy mission to weeping survivors of a catastrophic super typhoon.

Pope Francis,   Philippine city,   typhoon-hit,   Typhoon Haiya,   Leyte province,  

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