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Sporadic <strong>violence</strong> during shutdown in West Bengal

Sporadic violence during shutdown in West Bengal

02 Sep 2015

Kolkata: The shutdown called by the trade unions against the central government's economic measures today evoked partial response in West Bengal amid reports of sporadic violence.

Sporadic violence,   West Bengal,   labour reform,   contractual workers,   Congress,   latest states news ,  
Pamper your sister with <strong>ethnic</strong> wear this Raksha Bandhan

Pamper your sister with ethnic wear this Raksha Bandhan

29 Aug 2015

New Delhi: There are never enough clothes in a girl's wardrobe. So, how about gifting your sister a traditional silk sari or a designer salwar suit this Raksha Bandhan?

Raksha Bandhan,   Rakhi,   ethnic wear,   Rakhi gifts,   gifts for sister,   gift ideas for sisters,   latest lifestyle news,  
Houses of Manipur legislators torched; indefinite curfew imposed

Houses of Manipur legislators torched; indefinite curfew imposed

01 Sep 2015

Imphal: Seven houses, those belonging to a Minister in the Manipur government, one MP, and five other MLAs, were set on fire by agitators in Churachandpur district following which an indefinite curfew was imposed in the district headquarters.

Manipur,   MP,   MLA,   Protest,   Violence,   Churachandpur,   Curfew,  
Five killed, 27 injured in Manipur

Five killed, 27 injured in Manipur

01 Sep 2015

Imphal: Five people were killed and 27 others injured in violence at Churachandpur town in Manipur during a 12-hour bandh called by tribal student organisations in protest against three bills passed by the assembly even as curfew remained in force today amid reports of outbreak of fresh violence.

Manipur violence,   Mob violence,   Manipur Bills,   Manipur Assembly,   Curfew,   Tribals,   Students ,  
<strong>Assam</strong> flood situation worsens, four lakh people hit

Assam flood situation worsens, four lakh people hit

31 Aug 2015

Guwahati: The flood situation in Assam has deteriorated again, affecting 4.64 lakh people in some major towns and more than 1,000 villages and causing widespread destruction, officials said today.

Assam flood,   Assam State Disaster Management Authority,   ASDMA,   Dhemaji,   Dibrugarh,   Tinsukia,   Latest States News,  
 Pakistan using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

Pakistan using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh today accused Pakistan of using 'new methods' for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and said that recent incidents of terrorist violence were clear pointers towards its attempts to extend the arc of violence to other areas.

Pakistan,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Army Chief,   Gen Dalbir Singh,   Terrorist violence,   Latest Nation News,  
Congress suspends four MLAs for anti-party activities in <strong>Assam</strong>

Congress suspends four MLAs for anti-party activities in Assam

31 Aug 2015

Guwahati: Assam Congress president Anjan Dutta yesterday suspended four MLAs and issued show cause notice to five others for 'anti-party activities', said an APCC spokesman.

Congress,   MLAs,   Anti party activities,   Assam Congress,   Anjan Dutta,   Suspension of MLAs,   APCC,   Latest States News,  
Development alone can solve all problems: PM Modi

Development alone can solve all problems: PM Modi

30 Aug 2015

New Delhi: As Patel quota agitation threatens to snowball into a major issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that development alone can solve all problems and expressed satisfaction that peace was restored in a short time in Gujarat after it was hit by violence days back.

Mann Ki Baat,   Gujarat violence,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   violence in Gujarat,   Latest News ,  
Hardik Patel vows to join hands with other communities for nationwide reservation movement

Hardik Patel vows to join hands with other communities for nationwide reservation movement

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi/Ahmedabad: The agitation for quotas for Patels in government jobs and educational institutions will be expanded to other states and include castes like Kurmis and Gujjars, Hardik Patel, who led the stir that plunged Gujarat into violence said.

Quota,   Patel,   Government jobs,   Educational institutions,   Kurmi,   Gujjar,   Hardik Patel,   Gujarat violence,  
 Less 'macho' men prone to <strong>violence</strong>: Study

Less 'macho' men prone to violence: Study

27 Aug 2015

London: Men who feel they are short of 'macho' traits and worry that others view them in the same light as well are also prone to committing violent crimes like real masculine men, a study shows.

macho men,   violence,   masculine men,   macho traits,   Latest lifestyle news ,  

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