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<strong>Politics</strong> over encephalitis; toll rises to 111 in West Bengal

Politics over encephalitis; toll rises to 111 in West Bengal

28 Jul 2014

Kolkata: Two more persons died of encephalitis in West Bengal since Sunday, taking the toll to 111 as six more were admitted to hospital with suspected infection and the politics over the death toll has rocked the administration.

Encephalitis,   West Bengal,   disease,   infection,   hospital,   West Bengal,  
<strong>Indian</strong> grapplers eyeing complete domination at CWG

Indian grapplers eyeing complete domination at CWG

28 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Spearheaded by Olympic medalists Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt, Indian wrestlers will once again look to dominate at the games but the scrapping of Greco-Roman category will certainly affect the country's medal count when the grapplers start their campaign at the Commonwealth Games, in Glasgow on Tuesday.

Sushil Kumar,   Yogeshwar Dutt,   Indian grapplers,   Commonwealth Games,   gold medal,   Glasgow,   Greco-Roman,   Indian wrestlers,  
Curfew relaxed for four hours in strife-hit Saharanpur

Curfew relaxed for four hours in strife-hit Saharanpur

28 Jul 2014

Saharanpur: With the situation improving in violence-hit Saharanpur, the district authorities relaxed curfew for four hours in the new city area to allow people to buy their daily need items from markets which were directed to remain open.

Saharanpur,   violence in Saharanpur,   Congress,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   BJP,   vote-bank politics,   communal violence,   communal clash,  
Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: Nepal daily

Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: Nepal daily

28 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's three-day trip to Nepal set the ‘political tone’ for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's much-anticipated official visit here, stated a report of Nepal daily on Monday.

Sushma Swaraj,   Indian External Affairs Minister,   three-day trip to Nepal,   Nepal,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi ,  
CWG: Debutant lifter Sivalingam strikes gold, Ravi fetches silver

CWG: Debutant lifter Sivalingam strikes gold, Ravi fetches silver

28 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Indian weightlifter Satish Sivalingam scripted history in his debut Commonwealth Games, breaking the Games record en route to a gold medal while compatriot Ravi Katulu took the silver in the men's 77kg event in Glasgow.

Glasgow,   Indian weightlifter,   Satish Sivalingam,   Commonwealth Games,   Games record,   gold medal,   Ravi Katulu,   silver medal,   men's 77kg event,   Jwala Gutta,  
Rahul clears internal election to pick next NSUI president

Rahul clears internal election to pick next NSUI president

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Taking the democratization exercise within the party's frontal organisations a step further, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has decided that the next president of National Students' Union of India (NSUI) will be elected through internal election.

Indian Youth Congress,   IYC,   Rohit Chaudhary,   National Students' Union of India,   NSUI,   Rahul Gandhi,   ,  
Rahul saddened by Saharanpur clashes, vouches for ending ‘<strong>politics</strong> of hate’

Rahul saddened by Saharanpur clashes, vouches for ending ‘politics of hate’

26 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said he was saddened by the clashes between two communities in Saharanpur, adding that the ‘politics of hate’ must end in the country.  

Rahul Gandhi,   Saharanpur clashes,   politics of hatred,   Congress,   clashes between communities,  
Alastair Cook still captain because of ECB <strong>politics</strong>, says Kevin Pietersen

Alastair Cook still captain because of ECB politics, says Kevin Pietersen

26 Jul 2014

London: Controversial South Africa-born English batsman Kevin Pietersen said that Alastair Cook has managed to hold on to England captaincy solely because of ‘politics’. The maverick batsman also insists that the disaster which the skipper is enduring in the series against India is something that he would not wish even for his worst enemy.

Alastair Cook,   Kevin Pietersen,   ECB,   England and Wales Cricket Board,   India vs England,   India-England rubber,  
US lawmaker asks <strong>Indian</strong>-origin officials about 'your country'

US lawmaker asks Indian-origin officials about 'your country'

27 Jul 2014

Washington: A freshman US lawmaker committed an embarrassing faux pas when during a Congressional hearing he mistook two top Indian-origin American officials as representing the Indian government, quizzing them about "your country" and "your government".

US lawmaker,   Curt Clawson,   Indian-origin officials,   Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia,   Nisha Desai Biswal,   Assistant Commerce Secretary for Global Markets,   Arun Kumar,   Indo-US relationship,   Indian government,  
Xiaomi launched <strong>latest</strong> flagship Mi 4 smartphone

Xiaomi launched latest flagship Mi 4 smartphone

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Chinese tech giant Xiaomi unveiled its new flagship Mi 4 smartphone at the company’s ‘The Journey of a Piece of Steel’ launch event on Tuesday. The release of the device is aimed squarely at the premium handset market dominated by Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.

Xiaomi,   Xiaomi Mi 4,   smartphone,   Xiaomi Mi3,   Flipkart,   Xiaomi smartphones,  

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