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Hackers target <strong>Malaysia</strong> Airlines, threaten data dump

Hackers target Malaysia Airlines, threaten data dump

26 Jan 2015

Kuala Lumpur: The website of Malaysia Airlines was commandeered for several hours on Monday by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists and threatened to expose data taken from the carrier's servers.

Malaysia Airlines,   Malaysia Airlines website,   Hackers,   Islamic State,   Jihadists,   Cyber crime,  
12 killed as train rams into vehicle at unmanned crossing

12 killed as train rams into vehicle at unmanned crossing

26 Jan 2015

Hisar (Haryana): Twelve members of a family, including four children, were killed and three others injured when the vehicle they were travelling in was hit by Dhuri-Sirsa passenger train at an unmanned rail crossing in Sarsod village of Hisar on Monday amid dense fog.

train accident in Hisar,   train accident in Haryana,   Dhuri Sirsa passenger train,   rail crossing in Sarsod village,  
11 killed in two separate mishaps in Tamil Nadu

11 killed in two separate mishaps in Tamil Nadu

21 Jan 2015

Chennai/Dharmapuri: A total of eleven people died in two separate mishaps in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, police said. While seven died and over 50 injured in Dharmapuri District, four two-wheeler riders were killed when a speeding mini truck rammed them at Padi in Chennai and one person is in a critical condition.

11 killed in mishaps,   mishaps in Tamil Nadu,   accident,   accident in Padi,  
CATS contractual employees call off strike, resume work

CATS contractual employees call off strike, resume work

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The contractual workers of the Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS) on Tuesday called off their strike following assurance from the state health secretary that their demands will be looked into.

CATS employee protest,   contractual employees,   Centralised Accident and Trauma Services ,  
India-ASEAN services and investment FTA to be in force from July

India-ASEAN services and investment FTA to be in force from July

15 Jan 2015

New Delhi: India's free trade agreement (FTA) in services and investments with ten-member ASEAN Group will come into force from July this year, paving the way for free movement of professionals and further investment opportunities.

India,   ASEAN,   Free Trade Agreement,   FTA,   Malaysia,  
Sindhu, Kashyap move up in <strong>Malaysia</strong> Masters GP Gold

Sindhu, Kashyap move up in Malaysia Masters GP Gold

15 Jan 2015

Kuching: Top Indian shuttlers, PV Sindhu and Parupalli Kashyap advanced to the women's singles quarterfinals and men's singles pre-quarterfinals, respectively, of the USD 120,000 Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold here on Thursday.

Indian shuttlers,   PV Sindhu,   Parupalli Kashyap,   Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold,   Badminton tournament,  
Government sanctions Rs 10 crore to CRRI for mapping <strong>accident</strong> spots in Delhi

Government sanctions Rs 10 crore to CRRI for mapping accident spots in Delhi

16 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The government has sanctioned Rs 10 crore to Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) for locating regular accident prone spots in Delhi and suggest remedies to curb fatalities.

Central Road Research Institute,   accident spots in Delhi,   The Road Ministry,   Nitin Gadkari,   BJP,  
John Kerry unhurt in 'minor' road <strong>accident</strong>

John Kerry unhurt in 'minor' road accident

12 Jan 2015

Gandhinagar: US Secretary of State John Kerry was unhurt on Monday afternoon after his motorcade was involved in road accident while on the way to the airport to fly to Pakistan.

Gandhinagar,   US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,   Kerry motorcade,   Road accident,   Vibrant Gujarat Summit ,  
Malaysian shop found selling militant-themed merchandise

Malaysian shop found selling militant-themed merchandise

09 Jan 2015

Kuala Lumpur: A shop in Malaysia has been found selling militant-themed merchandise, including T-shirts and caps bearing symbols of Islamic State and Taliban.

Malaysia,   Islamic State,   Taliban,   Indonesia,  
John Kerry escapes unhurt in minor <strong>accident</strong>, says US official

John Kerry escapes unhurt in minor accident, says US official

12 Jan 2015

Ahmedabad: US Secretary of State John Kerry was unhurt on Monday in a minor accident involving his motorcade as it headed to the airport at the end of his visit to India, his spokesperson Jen Psaki said.

US Secretary of State,   John Kerry India visit,   John Kerry minor accident,   motorcade shunt,   Jen Psaki,   Ahmedabad airport,  

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