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Assam flood situation worsens, toll reaches 31

Assam flood situation worsens, toll reaches 31

Assam's flood situation continued to be alarming on Thursday, even as the deluge claimed two more lives, taking the death toll to 31. Around 14 lakh people in 19 districts of the state are being affected by the floods. An Assam State Disaster Management Authority release on Thursday said one person died in Dibrugarh and Tinsukia district each taking the toll in current phase of floods to 31. Meanwhile, the swirling flood waters of Brahmaputra and its tributaries entered 2,200 villages and ..., 55 minutes ago

Twin suicide bombings in Cameroon leave 19 dead, 143 wounded

A double suicide bombing has killed 19 people and wounded 143 in northern Cameroon, where soldiers are battling Boko Haram fighters from Nigeria, officials say.The first bomb exploded in the morning in a market in Kerawa, followed by another soon after near a camp housing infantry soldiers stationed in the north to fight the Nigerian Islamist group.Image for representation only  Read this ...
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OROP row: Veterans accuse Govt of 'shifting goalpost'

The Deadlock over 'One rank, One Pension' persisted on Thursday with agitating ex-servicemen accusing the government of "constantly shifting goalpost" and "wasting time" even as a fresh round of back-channel talks were held. The veterans also accused the government of not coming out with any "concrete proposal" to resolve the issue. Some sections in the government were also giving misleading figures about financial ramifications in implementing the scheme, they alleged. Asked what would be ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago OROP: Government and Veterans Stick to Their Guns  NDTV4 hours ago

Pak court rejects Indian lawyer's petition for Geeta's custody

A Pakistani court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by an Indian lawyer and social worker seeking custody of a deaf and mute Indian girl stuck in Pakistan for over a decade, refusing to issue orders for her "forced repatriation". Judge Ahmed Saba of the district and sessions court here heard Geeta, 23, through an expert but disposed of the petition filed by Momineen Malik in which he had sought the repatriation of Geeta, who has been in the care of the Edhi Foundation charity since the ...
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Boat carrying migrant workers capsizes off Malaysia; 14 dead

A wooden boat crammed with migrant workers who were headed back to Indonesia capsized Thursday off Malaysia's western coast, killing at least 14 people, a maritime official said.The boat was believed to be carrying 70 people, said First Adm. Mohamad Aliyas Hamdan, district chief of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency. Fishermen had earlier estimated that 100 people were on board.Read this ...
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Nepal Airlines returns to Mumbai; 2 wkly flights to K'mandu

Nepal Airlines, the national carrier of the Himalayan country, is returning to Mumbai from tomorrow after exiting nine years ago, with two direct weekly flights to Kathmandu.As a promotional offer, it is offering a buy-two-get-one offer at Rs 14,000 for a round-trip ticket. The offer is valid through September, the airline said. "We are reentering Mumbai from tomorrow with two weekly flights (Mondays and Fridays).We want to increase the frequency to three soon. The Mumbai entry follows ...
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Ancient Chola period coins unearthed in Tamil Nadu

Two pots containing ancient coins dating back to the 10th century AD were today unearthed during foundation work for a building at Veeraganur village in the district, an official said.The copper coins, weighing 60 kg, were found when workers were digging the site for laying the foundation for a shop in the bus stop, Gangavalli thasildhar Kumar told PTI.The coins had a picture of Chola King Rajaraja Cholan on one side and that of a God in a sitting posture on the other side, he said. The coins ...
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Financial Express

Earthquake of 4.4 magnitude hit Rajasthan

Earthquake tremors were felt in parts of Rajasthan as a mild quake of 4.4 magnitude hit the region. Earthquake tremors were felt in Rajasthan on Thursday late night at around 11.27 pm. According to IMD, the earthquake of 4.4 magnitude with ...
 Financial Express4 hours ago Mild tremor shakes Rajasthan  Rediff.com4 hours ago
Radio Free Europe

Senior Pakistani Official Looking To Restore Trust With Afghanistan

Pakistan's foreign policy chief has said that, during his upcoming talks with Afghan officials, he will be aiming "to restore trust and confidence between the two countries." Sartaj Aziz, foreign affairs adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz ...
 Radio Free Europe4 hours ago

What is China trying to prove with military parade?

Imagine a parade showing off China's most recent global accomplishments, highlighting the progress made in the 70 years since World War Two.Perhaps the scientists who designed China's lunar rover could lead the way. Earlier this year, Chinese researchers unveiled the first new discoveries about the Moon to be made in decades. Read this ...
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