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Champ Lal Giri Was Tortured to Confess

Lal Giri's family shows his awards and certificates at their house in Bommanahalli on Tuesday | Nagaraja Gadekal BANGALORE: Lal Giri, the 21-year-old gym instructor arrested on Monday for the Vibgyor school gang-rape, is a black belt in kung fu ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

Savusavu to bank on veterans, home support

12:02 Today Taken from/By: Report by: Indra Singh The Savusavu football side will be banking on its home support and senior players to lay the platform against Tailevu Naitasiri in the first leg of the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna premier play-off ...
 Fiji Broadcasting Corporation3 weeks ago
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

U17 to be part of BOG

16:04 Today Taken from/By: Fiji FA Report by: Indra Singh; Fiji FA Young footballers will be part of the upcoming Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants. The Fiji Football Association has announced that an U17 tournament will be played during the ...
 Fiji Broadcasting Corporation1 month ago
Pune Mirror

Colours from another era

On a Song Five years ago, when Ketan Mehta approached Sandesh Shandilya with the script of Rang Rasiya, the inspired music director instantly came up with a mukhda using just the two words of the title. The connect was immediate. As Sandesh ...
 Pune Mirror1 day ago Rang Rasiya: How the music was created  Times of India5 days ago

Robbers strike at Mohali

Loot gold jewellery worth Rs 11 lakh, cash from house at gunpoint Tribune News Servic Mohali, August 19 In a broad daylight robbery, three masked miscreants looted about 410 gm of gold jewellery, worth around Rs 11 lakh, and Rs 10,000 at gunpoint ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
Kathmandu Post

Buried hopes as school, pupils vanish

SINDHUPALCHOWK, AUG 09 - Rubbles and ruins remain of what was once the building of Bansanghu Secondary School. There's nothing left now, says school founding member Indra Lal Shrestha, standing among the concrete piles. The August 2 ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago

Waiting Game: Our boys in somebody else's war

Archive photo of soldiers in World War I World War I, the centenary of the beginning of which occurs this year, affected India on land, sea and air, literally. The entire argument about whether the Great War — or the War to End all Wars, as it ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
Gulf Times

Thousands watch volleyball tournament

The Baglung Welfare Society left behind 31 other Nepali teams to win a volleyball tournament organised by the Tamu Welfare Society recently. The final matches were held in Sanaiya-44 as thousands of fans watched. A cash prize of QR3,000 was given ...
 Gulf Times4 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

Landslip dams sunkoshi river

KATHMANDU, AUG 02 - - At least 8 killed, hundreds missing in disaster - Massive landslide fuels flash flood fears downstream - Entire Itani and Kagu settlements in Ramche VDC-5 swept away - 1 km Araniko Highway destroyed - ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago Nepal landslide kills eight near Kathmandu, sparks flood fears (AFP)  West Australian1 month ago Nepal landslide kills eight near...  XinMsn1 month ago

Where the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row

Open Essay Sunanda K Datta-Ray is a journalist and author of several books EMAIL AUTHOR When Indian soldiers defended what God abandoned and risked their life in the faraway fields of the First World War a century ago The ...
 Open1 month ago
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