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Narayan Sai gets temporary <strong>bail</strong> from Gujarat High Court

Narayan Sai gets temporary bail from Gujarat High Court

25 May 2015

Ahmedabad: Self-styled 'godman' Asaram's son Narayan Sai, jailed in a rape case, was on Monday granted three weeks temporary bail by the Gujarat High Court to attend to his ailing mother. Justice V M Pancholi granted conditional temporary bail to Sai, who will remain under police surveillance during his bail period.

Narayan Sai,   Sai gets bail,   Self styled godman,   Asaram,   Gujarat High Court,   Temporary bail,   Latest Nation News,  
Kejriwal resolves to take back Delhi government's powers from Centre

Kejriwal resolves to take back Delhi government's powers from Centre

25 May 2015

New Delhi: In the midst of his bitter tussle with the Lt Governor, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday resolved to take back Delhi government's powers from the Centre within the current term and said the city can be granted full-statehood within 10 days, if Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants.

Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi Chief Minister,   Lt Governor,   Delhi government,   Delhi governments powers,   Centre,  Full-statehood,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Latest State News,  
No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

No decision yet on playing Pakistan: Rajiv Shukla

25 May 2015

Kolkata: Amid speculation over the fate of India-Pakistan cricket series, IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla on Monday said no final decision has been taken yet as there are certain issues that need to be resolved.

India Pakistan cricket series,   IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla,   BCCI,   Indian cricket team,   Latest News,  
Indian-origin voters played decisive role in UK polls: Survey

Indian-origin voters played decisive role in UK polls: Survey

25 May 2015

London: Indian-origin voters in the UK played a decisive role in Prime Minister David Cameron-led Conservatives winning the elections, with one million ethnic minority votes going in his favour, a post-poll survey said.

David Cameron,   UK polls,   Prime Minister David Cameron,   Latest world news,  
Parrikar blames Antony for creating "stalemate" in Defence Mininstry

Parrikar blames Antony for creating "stalemate" in Defence Mininstry

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Taking on his predecessor A K Antony, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said the Congress leader cannot "escape" the responsibility for the "stalemate" that he created during his tenure.

A K Antony,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Congress,   BJP,   One Rank One Pension,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Mininstry,   Latest Nation News,  
Salman Khan thrills Mandi crowd at Arpita and Aayush's reception

Salman Khan thrills Mandi crowd at Arpita and Aayush's reception

25 May 2015

New Delhi: The hill town of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, entertained VIP guests from Mumbai on Monday. Actor Salman Khan, dressed in blue, waved at cameras and crowds from a balcony with his sister Arpita and her husband of six months, Aayush Sharma.

Salman Khan ,   Mandi,   Arpita Khan,   Aayush Sharma,   Sohail Khan,   Salma Khan,   Bajrangi Bhaijaan,   Latest entertainment news,  
Indian motorsport in doldrums, says Vicky Chandhok

Indian motorsport in doldrums, says Vicky Chandhok

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Former FMSCI chief Vicky Chandhok on Monday severely criticised the governing body's current regime, saying it has done little to promote Indian motorsport that now finds itself in a state of "doldrums".

Vicky Chandhok,   Indian motorsport,   Formula One,   Federation of Motor Sports Club of India,   Indian Grand Prix,   F1,   Latest News ,  
Gunman, seven other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting

Gunman, seven other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting

25 May 2015

Tunis: A Tunisian soldier opened fire on fellow troops at a military barracks in the capital on Monday, killing seven people before he was himself killed, a spokesman for Tunisia's Defence Ministry said.

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Government constitutes panel to discuss trade unions' demands

Government constitutes panel to discuss trade unions' demands

25 May 2015

New Delhi: In view of trade unions' strong protest against certain changes proposed in labour laws, the government has constituted an Inter-Ministerial Panel to discuss issues raised by them in their 10-point charter.

Modi government,   Trade unions,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,   Arun Jaitley,   Dharmendra Pradhan,   Latest Nation News,  
First Test: Anderson and Broad stun New Zealand

First Test: Anderson and Broad stun New Zealand

25 May 2015

London: James Anderson and Stuart Broad gave England hope of a sensational victory in the first Test as New Zealand's top-order collapsed at Lord's on Monday. The tourists saw their second innings get off to a dreadful start, with both openers out for a duck, and they were 12 for three when Ross Taylor was dismissed.

James Anderson,   Stuart Broad,   Lords cricket ground,   Ross Taylor,   England vs New Zealand,   Latest News,  

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