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4 more polio <strong>cases</strong> found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

4 more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

30 Oct 2014

Islamabad: At least four new polio cases have been reported in Pakistan, taking the number of those affected this year to 231 with the county's fight against the crippling disease showing no signs of improvement.

Pakistan,   Polio Cases,   National Institute of Health,   Taliban,   WHO,  
Real to fight federation over Zidane <strong>punishment</strong>

Real to fight federation over Zidane punishment

28 Oct 2014

Madrid: Former France playing legend Zinedine Zidane and his club European champions Real Madrid were embroiled in an embarrassing dispute with the Spanish Football Federation who according to influential Madrid-based sports paper Marca handed him a three month coaching ban.

football federation,   Zidane,   punishment,   sports,   soccer,   football,   three months ban,  
Dhaula Kuan gang-<strong>rape</strong> case: Court awards lifetime imprisonment to all five convicts

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case: Court awards lifetime imprisonment to all five convicts

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A local court in Delhi on Monday awarded life imprisonment to all five convicts in connection with Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case. An unfortunate incident that asserted on the urgent need for better conditions for women working in the late shift in and around the national capital.

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case,   rape cases in India,   Women workers in India,   Women safety,   Women Security,   Bpo Call centres,   rape cases in Delhi,  
Afghanistan hangs five men over gang-<strong>rape</strong> despite concerns of rights groups

Afghanistan hangs five men over gang-rape despite concerns of rights groups

08 Oct 2014

KABUL: Afghanistan hanged five men on Wednesday over a gang rape that had shocked the country, officials said, despite requests from human rights groups for new President Ashraf Ghani to stay the executions to address concerns about the handling of the case.

Kabul,   Afghanistan,   Human rights,   Afghan President,   Ashraf Ghani,   Capital punishment ,  
Brazil footballer banned for pushing referee

Brazil footballer banned for pushing referee

23 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Corinthians striker Paolo Guerrero has been banned for three Brazilian Serie A football matches after being found guilty of physical aggression towards a referee.

Brazil footballer,   footballer banned,   pushing referee,   sports,   punishment,   football,  
Dhaula Kuan gang-<strong>rape</strong> case: All five accused held guilty

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case: All five accused held guilty

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A local court in Delhi on Tuesday held all five accused guilty in connection with 2010 Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case. An unfortunate incident that asserted on the urgent need for better conditions for women working in the late shift in and around the national capital.

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case,   rape cases in India,   Women workers in India,   Women safety,   Women Security,   Bpo,   Call centres,   rape cases in Delhi ,  
Over 30 dengue <strong>cases</strong> reported in Bihar

Over 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar

24 Oct 2014

Patna: With more than 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar till Friday, the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) here has set up a separate ward for dengue patients and the state government has sounded an alert, officials said.

dengue cases in Bihar,   Bihar,   dengue cases,   Patna Medical College and Hospital,   PMCH,   dengue patients,  
Number of Ebola <strong>cases</strong> nears 10,000: WHO

Number of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

23 Oct 2014

Geneva: The number of people with Ebola is set to hit 10,000 in West Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said, as the scramble to find a cure gathered pace.

Number of Ebola cases,   Ebola,   WHO,   West Africa,   World Health Organisation,   Guinea,   Liberia,   Sierra Leone,  
Delhi fire department gets 293 calls on Diwali

Delhi fire department gets 293 calls on Diwali

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Fire Services (DFS) received 293 calls -- the highest in the past five years -- on Diwali Thursday, an official said on Friday.

Delhi Fire Services ,   DFS,   Diwali,   Fire cases,   Fire brigade ,   Diwali in Delhi ,  
Don’t compromise with <strong>punishment</strong> in <strong>rape</strong> <strong>cases</strong>, SC tells trial courts

Don’t compromise with punishment in rape cases, SC tells trial courts

27 Aug 2013

New Delhi: In a significant ruling, Supreme Court on Tuesday held that rape cases cannot be compromised or condoned even if the victim forgives the accused for the offence.

Supreme Court,   rape cases,   crime against women,   P Sathasivam,   rape accused,  

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