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Families of 5 fishermen on <strong>fast</strong> to press for release

Families of 5 fishermen on fast to press for release

01 Nov 2014

Rameswaram (TN): Families of five fishermen sentenced to death by a court in Sri Lanka for alleged drug trafficking on Saturday observed a one-day fast to press government to take immediate steps to bring them back home.

Rameswaram,   TN,   fishermen families,  court,   Sri Lanka,   drug trafficking,   government,  
Veer dam project rehabilitation: HC asks Maharashtra government to submit report by March 15

Veer dam project rehabilitation: HC asks Maharashtra government to submit report by March 15

01 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has directed Maharashtra's Water Resources Department to submit a report by March 15 informing how many persons had not yet been given the benefit of a rehabilitation scheme in lieu of their land acquired for construction of Veer dam Khandala, near Pune.

Veer dam project,   Bombay High Court,   Maharashtra,   Water Resources Department,   March 15,   Khandala,   Pune ,  
'Kiss of Love' to be held as scheduled: Organisers

'Kiss of Love' to be held as scheduled: Organisers

01 Nov 2014

Kochi: A day after Kerala High Court refused to intervene, the organisers of controversial 'Kiss of Love' protest on Saturday said they would go ahead, even as they were yet to get permission from the police.

Kochi,   Kerala High Court ,  Kiss of Love,   police,   moral policing,   Kerala government ,  
<strong>Court</strong> issues bailable warrant against Digvijay, cancels later

Court issues bailable warrant against Digvijay, cancels later

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Saturday issued a bailable warrant against Congress leader Digvijay Singh for his failure to appear before it in connection with a criminal defamation case filed against him by BJP leader Nitin Gadkari only to cancel it after he turned up.

Bailable warrant,   Digvijay Singh,   Delhi court,   Nitin Gadkari,   BJP,   Congress,  
All colleges in India should be disabled-friendly: High <strong>Court</strong>

All colleges in India should be disabled-friendly: High Court

01 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has directed Chief Commissioners for Persons with Disabilities at the Centre and in Maharashtra to instruct all educational institutions in the country to provide a barrier-free environment for disabled students by March 2015.

colleges in India,   disabled-friendly,   High Court,   education,   students,  
Supreme <strong>Court</strong> to hear plea for regulatory authority on environment

Supreme Court to hear plea for regulatory authority on environment

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on November 14 will hear a plea for setting up of a regulatory authority to look into environmental matters including the impact, assessment and the enforcement of the National Forest Policy as was directed by the court in 2011.

Supreme court,   environment,   environmental matters in India,   National Forest Policy,   Adarsh Kumar Goel,   Lafarge Surma Cement,  
Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>: MeT

Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in Rajasthan: MeT

01 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Units of Border Security Force in Rajasthan's border districts have been put on alert in the wake of cyclone storm 'Nilofar', even as Meteorological department has predicted only mild rainfall in the coming 48 hours.

Nilofar,   Rajasthan,   cyclone,   storm,   rainfall,   Gujarat,  
<strong>Court</strong> to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

Court to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday posted, for December 3, the case filed by former chief minister Sheila Dikshit against Rs 3 lakh fine imposed on her by a lower court here, after she failed to appear before it in a defamation case filed by her against BJP leader  Vijender Gupta.

Delhi High Court,   Vijender Gupta,   Sheila Dikshit,   S K Misra,   BJP,   Congress,  
Four more polio <strong>cases</strong> found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 235

Four more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 235

01 Nov 2014

Islamabad: At least four new polio cases have been reported in Pakistan, taking the number of those affected this year to 235 with the county's fight against the crippling disease showing no signs of improvement.

Polio,   polio in Pakistan ,   polio cases ,   National Institute of Health,   WHO,   polio drops,  
India-assisted northern Lanka railways trial run successful

India-assisted northern Lanka railways trial run successful

01 Nov 2014

Colombo: India on Friday announced the successful completion of trail run on a key railway track in Tamil-majority northern Sri Lanka, a region that suffered heavily during the three decade-long civil war.

India,   Sri Lanka,   northern Lanka railways,   Lanka railways,   railways,   Madhu Road-Thiruketheeswaram,   Pallai-Jaffna railway track,  

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