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Government talks tough as home guard agitation paralyses Bihar

Government talks tough as home guard agitation paralyses Bihar

21 May 2015

Patna: Bihar government on Wednesday talked tough after two patients lost their lives as 53,000 home guards disrupted rail and road traffic across the state during their day-long 'chakka jam' agitation, as part of their indefinite strike since May 15.

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 Advocate found dead: District court lawyers observe <strong>strike</strong>

Advocate found dead: District court lawyers observe strike

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Lawyers of all the six district courts in Delhi on Friday abstained from work protesting security lapses which, they claimed, led to death of a 38-year-old advocate in the Tis Hazari court complex.

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<strong>Strike</strong> over Mekedatu reservoir begins in Tamil Nadu

Strike over Mekedatu reservoir begins in Tamil Nadu

28 Mar 2015

Chennai: A strike, called by Tamil Nadu farmers and backed by Opposition parties and trade unions, over the Mekedatu reservoir row began in the state this morning amid tight security.

Mekedatu reservoir row,   Tamil Nadu farmers,   Tamil Nadu strike,   Cauvery river dam,  
France launches first bombing <strong>strike</strong> against IS in Tikrit

France launches first bombing strike against IS in Tikrit

26 Mar 2015

Paris: France has bombed Islamic State positions in the Tikrit area of Iraq for the first time since the start of the international offensive against the jihadist militia, French military officials said on Wednesday.

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ISIS emir Baghdadi incapacitated by spinal injury?

ISIS emir Baghdadi incapacitated by spinal injury?

01 May 2015

London: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State (ISIS), has been incapacitated due to suspected spinal damage and he may never again lead the dreaded radical group, a media report said on Friday.

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Striking teachers disrupt rail, road traffic in Bihar

Striking teachers disrupt rail, road traffic in Bihar

15 Apr 2015

Patna: Contractual school teachers, who have been agitating for a week, on Wednesday burnt tyres on the roads and squatted on railway tracks affecting rail and road traffic.

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Pakistan Taliban chief killed in air <strong>strike</strong>?

Pakistan Taliban chief killed in air strike?

23 Mar 2015

Islamabad: Tehreek-e-Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah, who masterminded the Peshawar school massacre, was believed to be killed after being seriously hit in air strikes in Pakistan's restive Khyber tribal area over the weekend.

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Odisha traders on <strong>strike</strong>, demand lifting of VAT on pulses, wheat

Odisha traders on strike, demand lifting of VAT on pulses, wheat

09 Apr 2015

Bhubaneswar: Traders under the banner of Federation of All Odisha Traders' Associations (FAOTA) on Ty began an indefinite strike demanding exemption of value added tax (VAT) on pulses, wheat and wheat products in the state.

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North Korea threatens strikes against South Korean navy

North Korea threatens strikes against South Korean navy

08 May 2015

Seoul: North Korea warned on Friday that it was prepared to fire on sight without warning at South Korean naval vessels it accused of violating their disputed Yellow Sea border.

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Bangladesh's Jamaat calls <strong>strike</strong> after leader's death penalty upheld

Bangladesh's Jamaat calls strike after leader's death penalty upheld

06 Apr 2015

Dhaka: Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) party on Monday called for a two-day strike after a court upheld its previous verdict on its leader Muhammad Kamaruzzaman, rejecting his petition to review his death sentence.

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