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Two youth arrested from Bemina

SRINAGAR, Dec 25: Achieving an important breakthrough in acid attack case, police have arrested two youths from Srinagar outskirts allegedly involved in the acid throwing attack on a law student at Nowshera Srinagar on December 11. Addressing a ... Kashmir Times, 1 month ago
All-women flying squads in Valley soon MSN News, 3 weeks ago
Acid Attack: Police Cracks Blind Case, 3 Held Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago

Woman hurt in acid attack by partner

CHENNAI: A 45-year-old woman sustained serious burn injuries after her partner threw bathroom cleaning acid on her face in Thoraipakkam on Friday afternoon. Neighbours caught N Venkatesan, 50, a mason, and handed him over to the Thoraipakkam ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Srinagar acid attack victim treated in Chennai

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS I want the culprits to be caught and punished, says the 20-year-old law student from Srinagar, who suffered burns on the face and hands in an acid attack last Thursday. She is in the city for ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Govt asks Social Networks to relocate their servers to India

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Thunindhavan Movie Stills

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 Chennai Online2 days ago

Delhi fails to enforce ban on acid sale

NEW DELHI: Delhi recorded 96 acid sale violations between April and November 2014 amounting to a fine of over Rs 8.5 lakh, data obtained from the Delhi divisional commissioner's office shows. During this period, 719 inspections were carried out by ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Tragedies Mark 2014: A Timeline

The year 2014 drew to a close with twin tragedies. A suicide attack at an Army-run school in Pakistan by Taliban militants claimed the lives of over 140 people, mostly children. An Air Asia flight carrying 162 people was recovered in the Java Sea ...
 Outlook India4 weeks ago

Two Class X Boys Drown in Pond at Tirusulam Quarry

CHENNAI: Two class X students drowned in a pond in a stone quarry at Tirusulam on Thursday. After a day-long search, fire and rescue personnel pulled out their bodies on Friday. Police said the boys, R Ebenezer (15) and N Srinath (15), had ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Dhanshika on the attack

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 Chennai Online1 month ago

The Art of Painting on a Lotus Leaf

CHENNAI: Artist C Dhinakaran Sundar might have never thought that his series of paintings would fetch him a place so immaculate in the art world. He might have never perceived that an innovative attempt of his would still reign high among other ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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