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PT teacher molests girl with cerebral palsy twice, arrested

The Azad Maidan police has arrested a Physical Training (PT) teacher for allegedly inappropriately touching a girl with cerebral palsy at a special school where the girl studies. The incident took place twice between February 20 and 23. The girl kept mum ... Asian Age, 16 minutes ago

19-year-old girl looks forward to normal life with artificial eye

Things are finally looking up for 19-year-old Namrata (name changed). A Mumbai-based medical student, Namrata has got renewed hope of pursuing her studies further after her damaged eye was replaced with a prosthetic eye. She had lost her left eye in an ...
 Asian Age16 minutes ago

Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov killed in Moscow

A leading Russian opposition politician, former deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov, has been shot dead in Moscow, Russian media report.An unidentified attacker shot  Nemtsov four times in central Moscow, a source in the law enforcement bodies told Russia's Interfax news agency. Image: Slain Opposition leader Boris Nemtsov attends a rally in central Moscow. Photograph: Sergei Karpukhin/ReutersRead this ...
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Will Prince Harry leave British army for charity work?

Britain's Prince Harry lines up before he receives his wings from his father, Prince Charles, at the Army Aviation Centre at Middle Wallop, southern England. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters   Britain's Prince Harry is considering leaving his career in the British army later this year to focus on charity work, media reports said on Friday. The move comes as a surprise as the 30-year-old royal fourth in line to Britain's throne, is seen as a passionate member of the Armed Forces and has ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Britain's Prince Harry to quit the army later this year  Rediff.com9 hours ago

Afghan President to make first US visit next month

US President Barack Obama will meet new Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah on March 24, the White House said today.This would be the first US visit of the new Afghan President after taking over from his predecessor Hamid Karzai last year. Obama will host Ghani, Abdullah, and key members of their unity government for meetings and a working lunch at the White House. "The two presidents will discuss a range of issues including security, economic development, and US ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago

Aboard the starship Enterprise, actor found a legacy as Mr Spock

"Someday,' producer Gene Roddenberry said many decades ago, "I'm going to make a science-fiction series and put pointed ears on that guy.'The series was "Star Trek,' and the guy was Leonard Nimoy, who died Feb. 27 at 83. A tall, taut-faced actor, he had been laboring in obscurity for 15 years before Roddenberry hired him in 1966 to play the half-human, half-alien space explorer Spock. Read this ...
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Somali pirates release 4 Thai sailors held nearly 5 years

Somali pirates have released four Thai sailors who were held hostage for nearly five years, the longest period of captivity of hostages held by Somali pirates, a U.N. official said Friday.The four released on Wednesday were sailors of the MV Prantalay 12 vessel, a Taiwanese flagged fishing vessel seized by Somali pirates on April 18 2010, said the U.N. Special Representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay. Read this ...
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TN CM asks Centre to ensure release of 29 arrested fishermen

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today asked the Centre to take urgent steps for release of 29 fishermen arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy, besides releasing a financial package of Rs 1,520 crore for improving the socio-economic status of the state's fishermen.In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the CM said besides arresting the fishermen yesterday, the island navy had also seized their three boats. "It is unfortunate that this incident has taken place even after the change in ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago

British victims' family slams Gujarat riots acquittal verdict

The acquittal of six people in a case related to the killing of three British nationals of Indian origin during the 2002 Gujarat riots was today described as a 'failure of justice' by the victims' family.Citing lack of evidence, a special trial court in India today acquitted all the six accused of killing three British nationals near Prantij town in Sabarkantha district of west Indian state of Gujarat in 2002."The tragedy, something that the family has to live with on daily basis, is that the ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago UK nationals' killing in 2002 riots: All 6 accused acquitted  Rediff.com7 hours ago

Pak violates ceasefire again in Jammu, second in 24 hours

In the second instance of ceasefire violation within 24 hours, Pakistani troops resorted to small arms firing on a Border Out Post along the International Border in Jammu district.  The firing comes in the backdrop of the meeting between PDP Patron Mufti Sayeed and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to announce the formation of a BJP-PDP government in the state. Pakistani troops resorted to firing of two to three rounds at BoP Jai Kishan in R S Pura sector of Jammu district around 7.50 pm, a BSF ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago
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