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The <strong>day</strong> when Baloch wept but Islamists danced

The day when Baloch wept but Islamists danced

27 May 2015

May 28, 1998 was a dark day in Balochistan history when the Baloch were weeping but Islamists were dancing on the streets of Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi after Pakistan conducted five nuclear tests in the Raskoh Mountains in Chagai. Pakistani generals, nuclear scientists, politicians present at the foothills of the Raskoh Mountains raised deafening slogans of “Allah Akbar” – God is Great, the battle cry of Muslims-- as dust blew over the beautiful black Raskoh mountains turning them into lifeless white forever.

Balochistan history ,   Baloch,   Islamists,   Islam,   Latest world news,  
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan to arrive in Srinagar tomorrow for two-<strong>day</strong> visit

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan to arrive in Srinagar tomorrow for two-day visit

27 May 2015

Srinagar: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan is arriving here on Thursday on a two-day visit with a focus on rehabilitation of last year's flood-affected people in the valley. "The focus of the RBI Governor's visit, scheduled to begin on Wednesday, will be rehabilitation of flood-affected businesses and infrastructure in Kashmir," an official spokesman said.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Governor Raghuram Rajan,   Kashmir visit of RBI Governor,   Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Latest Business News,  
Heatwave toll crosses 500; hottest <strong>day</strong> in Delhi

Heatwave toll crosses 500; hottest day in Delhi

25 May 2015

New Delhi: More than 500 people have died at many places in the country due to the blistering heatwave prevailing across the country even as mercury maintained its upward trend setting the season's highest at places, including the national capital.

Heatwave,   Summers,   Hottest day in Delhi,   Andhra Pradesh,   Telangana,   Hottest day in India,   Hottest day,   Latest state news,  
100-<strong>day</strong> AAP government: Free 20 kl water, low charges DJB's feats

100-day AAP government: Free 20 kl water, low charges DJB's feats

24 May 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Jal Board (DJB) came out with a list of its achievements, including up to 20 kiloliters free water a month and reduction in water development charges in unauthorised colonies, on the eve of 100 days of the AAP government.

AAP government,   Delhi Jal Board,   DJB,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Latest state new,  
Tanu Weds Manu Returns rakes Rs 12.80 crore at box office on first <strong>day</strong>

Tanu Weds Manu Returns rakes Rs 12.80 crore at box office on first day

23 May 2015

New Delhi: 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' box office collections have opened on a good note as people are expecting another strong showing by Kangana Ranaut. As far as the domestic market is concerned, the collection is Rs 8.75 crore on day 1. If we add the foreign collections to the total, it adds up to Rs 12.80 crore.

Tanu Weds Manu Returns ,   Anand L Rai,   Kangana Ranaut,   R Madhavan,   Box office collection,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Institute of Military Law celebrates 25th raising <strong>day</strong>

Institute of Military Law celebrates 25th raising day

19 May 2015

Nagpur: The Institute of Military Law, based at Kamptee near here, celebrated its 25th Raising Day on May 16. The Institute is one of its kind in whole of Asia to train the defence service officers in the military and allied laws.

Institute of Military Law,   Kamptee Military Law Institute,   Kamptee,   Institute of Military Law Raising Day,   Institute of Military Law silver jubilee,   latest India news,  
ICC Cricket Committee recommends <strong>Day</strong>-Night Tests

ICC Cricket Committee recommends Day-Night Tests

18 May 2015

Mumbai: The ICC Cricket Committee has recommended the Test Playing nations to try out Day-Night Test matches after a lengthy discussion during its recent two-day meeting that concluded on Saturday.

ICC Cricket Committee,   Test Playing nations,   Day Night Test matches,   Latest News,  
AIIMS issue: Jammu Bar Association calls off two-<strong>day</strong> strike

AIIMS issue: Jammu Bar Association calls off two-day strike

20 May 2015

Jammu: Jammu Bar Association on Tuesday withdrew its two-day strike which it had called over the reported shifting of the proposed All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) project to Kashmir from Jammu region, following formation of a committee to take the agitation to a logical conclusion.

Jammu AIIMS project,   AIIMS in Jammu,   AIIMS in Kashmir,   Jammu Bar Association strike,   All India Institute of Medical Science,   latest states news ,  
Australia's Brad Haddin quits one-<strong>day</strong> game

Australia's Brad Haddin quits one-day game

17 May 2015

Sydney: Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has announced his retirement from one-day internationals, Cricket Australia said on Sunday. Haddin made the announcement ahead of his departure for Australia's Test tours of the West Indies and the United Kingdom on Monday.

Australian wicketkeeper,   Brad Haddin retires,   Cricket Australia,   AUstralian cricket team,   Latest news,  
FDI inflows in manufacturing <strong>rose</strong> by 45 percent, says government

FDI inflows in manufacturing rose by 45 percent, says government

29 Apr 2015

New Delhi: FDI inflows in the manufacturing sector rose by almost 45 percent betweenOctober last year and this February, compared to the same period in the previous financial year, government said on Wednesday.

FDI,   Manufacturing Sector,   Rajya Sabha,   Industry Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   Congress,   Ambika Soni,   Make in India,   Latest Business News ,  

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