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Medical experts allow abortion in 14-year-old rape victim's case

Medical experts allow abortion in 14-year-old rape victim's case

30 Jul 2015

Ahmedabad: Following the Supreme Court's directive, a medical team here this evening gave permission for termination of a minor rape victim's 25-week-old pregnancy though the law allows abortion only until the 20th week.

Medical experts,   Abortion of rape victim,   Rape victim,   Supreme Court,   Minor rape,   Pregnancy,   Latest States News ,  
Dale Steyn joins 400 club as Bangladesh reach 246/8

Dale Steyn joins 400 club as Bangladesh reach 246/8

30 Jul 2015

Dhaka: Dale Steyn became the second South African bowler to join the 400 club as his team took five wickets in the final session to reduce Bangladesh to 246 for eight on the first day of the second Test in Mirpur on Thursday.

Dale Steyn,   South African bowler,   Bangladesh vs South Africa,   Test in Mirpur,   Latest News,  
Mitchell Johnson strikes but England grind out lead

Mitchell Johnson strikes but England grind out lead

30 Jul 2015

Birmingham: Australia's Mitchell Johnson took his 300th Test wicket, but England still built up a useful lead in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston today.

Australian cricket team,   Mitchell Johnson,   Australia vs England,   Ashes Test at Edgbaston,   Latest News,  
Jeev rallies to win; Kapur exits early in Lawrie Matchplay

Jeev rallies to win; Kapur exits early in Lawrie Matchplay

30 Jul 2015

Aberdeen: Indian golfers had a mixed day in office on Thursday as Jeev Milkha Singh rallied to win, while Shiv Kapur exited early on the opening day of the Saltire Paul Lawrie Matchplay at the Murcar Golf Links here.

Indian golfers,   Jeev Milkha Singh,   Shiv Kapur,   Saltire Paul Lawrie Matchplay,   Murcar Golf Links,   Latest News,  
Gag order on Yakub Memon funeral; media blacks out telecast

Gag order on Yakub Memon funeral; media blacks out telecast

30 Jul 2015

Mumbai: Not willing to take any chances, police here on Thursday issued a gag order to the media barring it from photographing and video-graphing the funeral procession and the last rites of hanged convict Yakub Memon.

Memon funeral,   Media blacks out,   Photographing of funeral of Memon,   Funeral procession,   hanged convict,   Yakub Memon,   Latest Nation News,  
 Rahul Gandhi to visit FTII amid Gajendra Chauhan appointment row

Rahul Gandhi to visit FTII amid Gajendra Chauhan appointment row

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will visit the Pune based Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) tomorrow in support of the students' agitation there against the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as its head. Sources told reporters that Gandhi will visit FTII tomorrow in support of the students' demands.

Rahul Gandhi,   FTII,   Congress,   Congress vice president,   Film and Television Institute of India,   Latest Nation News,  
Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

Aparajith fifer, Bancroft 150 lights up second Day

30 Jul 2015

Chennai: India A off-spinner Baba Aparajith struck late with a five-wicket haul, but it was opener Cameron Bancroft's strokeful 150 that powered Australia A to a crucial first innings lead on Day 2 of the second four-day unofficial cricket 'Test' on Thursday.

India A cricket team,   Baba Aparajith,   Cameron Bancroft,   Australia A cricket team,   Latest News,  
If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh today conceded that constant changing of coaches is never easy to deal with but insisted that his team's prospects in the upcoming foreign assignments and next year's Olympics won't be affected by the recent developments.

Indian hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   2016 Olympics,   Latest News,  
Gurdaspur attack: Pointing fingers without investigation not a healthy trend, says Pakistan

Gurdaspur attack: Pointing fingers without investigation not a healthy trend, says Pakistan

30 Jul 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan today dismissed India's assertion that the terrorists who had carried out attacks in Gurdaspur had infiltrated from there, saying pointing fingers without investigation is 'not a healthy trend'.

Pakistan dismisses,   Gurdaspur terrorists,   Pakistan,   Gurdaspur,   India Pakistan relation,   Latest World News,  
Bad loans drag Dena Bank's Q1 profit 81 percent to Rs 15 crore

Bad loans drag Dena Bank's Q1 profit 81 percent to Rs 15 crore

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Public sector Dena Bank's net profit plunged 81.4 percent to Rs 15.16 crore in the first quarter ended June 30 in the current fiscal on a sharp rise in bad loans.

Bad loans,   Dena Bank,   Q1 profit,   Public sector Bank,   First quarter report,   Latest Business News ,  

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