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Deputy CM sniffs foul play in schoolchild's death in Delhi

Deputy CM sniffs foul play in schoolchild's death in Delhi

06 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia, today suspected foul play in a child's death in a private school here on January 30.

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UN panel <strong>rules</strong> Julian Assange's detention illegal: Sweden

UN panel rules Julian Assange's detention illegal: Sweden

05 Feb 2016

Stockholm: A UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled that Julian Assange's confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London amounts to illegal detention, Sweden's Foreign Ministry said yesterday.

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Arbitrarily detention case: UN panel <strong>rules</strong> in favour of Wikileaks founder Assange

Arbitrarily detention case: UN panel rules in favour of Wikileaks founder Assange

04 Feb 2016

London: A United Nations panel has ruled that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been 'arbitrarily' detained, media reported today.

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Twitter to launch <strong>new</strong> Facebook-style timeline in 23 countries

Twitter to launch new Facebook-style timeline in 23 countries

06 Feb 2016

San Franciso: Twitter is planning to introduce a new Facebook-style algorithmic timeline in 23 countries, including India, as soon as next week in an attempt to bring the micro-blogging site to more people across the globe.

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WikiLeaks founder Julain 'will surrender' if UN <strong>rules</strong> against him

WikiLeaks founder Julain 'will surrender' if UN rules against him

04 Feb 2016

London: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said he will turn himself over to British police tomorrow if a UN panel rules he has not been arbitrarily detained, after spending years in the Ecuadoran embassy in London.

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Australia levels ODI series against <strong>New</strong> Zealand with unexpected victory

Australia levels ODI series against New Zealand with unexpected victory

06 Feb 2016

Wellington: Mitchell Marsh kept calm after New Zealand got the sniff of an unlikely victory and scored his sixth one-day international half century to guide Australia to a four-wicket win in the second match of their one-day series today.

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Malala Yousafzai's <strong>school</strong> receives terror threats in UK

Malala Yousafzai's school receives terror threats in UK

02 Feb 2016

London: Eight schools across the UK yesterday received bomb attack threats, including one attended by Pakistani teenage activist and Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai, prompting authorities to launch a probe.

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PM Modi <strong>rules</strong> out any scrap of Dalit reservation

PM Modi rules out any scrap of Dalit reservation

03 Feb 2016

Coimbatore: Ruling out scrapping reservation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a veiled attack on Congress saying a 'campaign of lies' has been let loose on the issue of Dalits under a deliberate conspiracy to disintegrate the country.

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US tightens visa <strong>rules</strong> for travellers with Mideast ties

US tightens visa rules for travellers with Mideast ties

22 Jan 2016

Washington: In a bid to keep ISIS supporters out, the US has tightened its visa waiver programme for nationals of certain countries, making it harder for them to enter America if they had dual citizenship of Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria or visited one of them in the last five years.

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Delhi HC asks government, SDMC to reply on mishaps at <strong>school</strong>

Delhi HC asks government, SDMC to reply on mishaps at school

02 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Terming as "unfortunate" the death of two children after falling in tanks in their respective schools, the Delhi High Court today sought response of AAP government, South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and the school authorities.

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