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Congressional resolution honours <strong>victims</strong> of Wisconsin shootout

Congressional resolution honours victims of Wisconsin shootout

01 Aug 2014

Washington: A bipartisan Congressional resolution introduced on the second anniversary of Oak Creek Gurudwara shooting that killed six people has condemned the murderous attack and honours the memory of its victims.

Wisconsin,   Wisconsin shootout,   Oak Greek Gurudwara,   John Garamendi,   Oak Creek Temple,  
Pune landslide: Toll climbs to 63, CM announces Rs five lakh aid to <strong>victims</strong>

Pune landslide: Toll climbs to 63, CM announces Rs five lakh aid to victims

01 Aug 2014

Pune: The death toll in the Malin village landslide disaster has climbed to 51 with recovery of ten more bodies since last night, district control room said on Friday. The deceased included 22 women, 23 men and six children, an official at the control room said.

Pune,   Pune landslide,   Malin village,   Maharashtra,   NDRF,   National Disaster Response Force,   landslide in Maharashtra,  
Bangalore 12 hour bandh brings city to standstill

Bangalore 12 hour bandh brings city to standstill

31 Jul 2014

Bangalore: A 12-hour bandh in the country's IT hub to protest rising cases of sexual offences against women and children called by Kannada outfits evoked a mixed response. Commercial establishments in several areas remained shut while buses operated by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation plied but with fewer passengers. A section of autorickshaws stayed off the roads, which were mostly bereft of the usual hustle and bustle of a working day.

Bangalore Bandh,   protest,   12 hour bandh,   Kannada Okoota,   rape case protest,   sexual offences,  
Badaun <strong>rape</strong> and murder case: CBI to exhume <strong>victims</strong>’ bodies for fresh autopsy

Badaun rape and murder case: CBI to exhume victims’ bodies for fresh autopsy

09 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In a new twist to the alleged rape and murder of two girls in Uttar Pradesh’s Badaun district, the CBI has decided to exhume the bodies of the victims for a fresh autopsy, as the probe agency feels that proper procedure was not followed while conducting the post-mortem.

Badaun rape case,   CBI,   exhume victims’ bodies,   autopsy,   rape case,   sexual assault,   crime,  
CBI conducts lie-detector test on Badaun <strong>victims</strong>’ parents

CBI conducts lie-detector test on Badaun victims’ parents

08 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Monday conducted a lie-detector test on the parents of the two teenage girls, who were gang-raped and murdered in Badaun (Uttar Pradesh), to determine their role in the crime.

CBI,   lie-detector test,   Badaun gang-rape,   Badaun gang-rape and murder,   Badaun victims’ parents,   polygraph test,   ,  
Centre financing schemes for sewage <strong>treatment</strong> plants: Venkaiah Naidu

Centre financing schemes for sewage treatment plants: Venkaiah Naidu

24 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Union government is impressing upon state governments and municipal bodies to incorporate rain water harvesting projects in their urban plans, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday.

Union government,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Urban Development,   Rajya Sabha,   water harvesting,   Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission ,  
MH17 crash: Netherlands mourns as bodies of <strong>victims</strong> return

MH17 crash: Netherlands mourns as bodies of victims return

23 Jul 2014

Eindhoven (Netherlands):Two military transport planes carrying 40 coffins bearing victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 landed on Wednesday in the southern city of Eindhoven, and pro-Russian rebels shot down two fighter jets in Ukraine's restive east as fighting flared in the region.

MH17 black boxes ,   Malaysia airlines ,   Malaysia jet crash ,   MH17 shot down in Ukraine ,   MH17 victims bodies,   Malaysian Airlines crash victims,  
West Bengal plans to roll out 20 new burn units

West Bengal plans to roll out 20 new burn units

26 Jul 2014

Kolkata: As part of efforts to enhance medical facilities, the West Bengal government will open 20 new burn units. "This is the state's gradual expansion plan where 20 new burn units will be set up," West Bengal Women and Child Welfare Minister Sashi Panja said.

burn units,   West Bengal,   West Bengal Women and Child Welfare Minister,   Sashi Panja,   acid-attack victims,  
Interpol teams to help identify MH17 <strong>victims</strong>

Interpol teams to help identify MH17 victims

19 Jul 2014

Paris: Interpol said that they would send a team to help identify the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that crashed on Thursday in eastern Ukraine.

Interpol,   MH17 crash,   Ukraine,   MH17 tragedy,   Malaysia airline crash,   MH17 victims,   identifying MH17 victims,   ,  
Government mulling to provide job reservations for kin of Uttarakhand flood <strong>victims</strong>

Government mulling to provide job reservations for kin of Uttarakhand flood victims

16 Jul 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand government is planning to provide job reservations for dependents of those killed in the devastating floods last year.

Uttarakhand tragedy,   Uttarakhand flood victims,   flood victims,   jobs for dependents of flood victims,   quota for jobs,  

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