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Dalit boy burnt to death: NHRC issues notices to Bihar Chief ...
New Delhi, Oct. 22 : Taking suo motu cognizance of a media report that a 15-year-old boy was allegedly burnt to death after his goats ate the paddy crop of an upper caste man at Mohanpur village under Karakat police station in Rohtas district, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued ...
Rs.1 lakh for information about Delhi policeman's killer
New Delhi, Oct 22 : Delhi Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi Wednesday announced a cash reward of Rs.1 lakh for anyone giving information about the killers of a police constable.
Saradha scam: Make inquiry panel report public, says BJP
Kolkata, Oct 22 : Describing the Justice Shyamal Sen Commission set up to probe the Saradha scam as a "political gimmick", the BJP Wednesday demanded the West Bengal government to make public the panel's report.
Security beefed up for Diwali: Delhi Police Chief
New Delhi, Oct. 22 : Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi on Wednesday said security in the city had been increased ahead of Diwali.
Bangalore rape case: Ex-NCPCR chairperson wants better security for ...
Noida, Oct.22 : Terming the rape of a three-year-old LKG student in Bangalore as shameful, former National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) chairperson Kushal Singh on Wednesday called for serious introspection of value systems being practiced within society, and said the onus ...
NHRC notice to Bihar over a boy's murder
New Delhi, Oct 22 : The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Wednesday issued notice to the Bihar government over the alleged killing of a 15-year-old boy by a goup of upper caste men.
Turkey still negotiating on Kurdish Peshmerga help for Kobane
Ankara, Oct 22 : The Turkish government is still negotiating permission for the Kurdish Peshmerga troops from Iraq to cross through its territory to aid the Syrian city of Kobane which has been besieged for weeks by the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group, Turkish media reported Wednesday.
Circuits for signals at 140 GHz makes world record
Washington, Oct 22 : A Swedish research team have made a world record by creating a new type of microwave circuit for fewer cords, smaller antennas and quicker video transmission.
Mexican military executed 15 civilians following clashes: Report
Mexico City, Oct 22 : The Mexican military killed in cold blood 15 civilians who had earlier surrendered to the troops but the violent incident in the central state of Tlatlaya last June was later portrayed as a gunfight, says a report by the Mexican National Human Rights Commission (CNDH).
DCW chief Barkha Shukla Singh calls for Arab style punishment for ...
New Delhi, Oct.22 : Condemning the rape of a three-year-old school girl in Bangalore, Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh on Wednesday called for an on the spot punishment, even an Arab-style action to ensure that such heinous crimes do not take place in the future.
Cosmic rays can make deep-space ventures risky for astronauts in ...
Washington, Oct 22 : A new study has helped scientist understand that cosmic rays can threaten deep-space astronaut missions in the future.
Mass demonstrations planned in Mexico over missing students
Mexico City, Oct 22 : Mexico was Wednesday bracing for a day of mass demonstrations by citizens outraged at the disappearance of 43 students almost a month ago.
Release detained missionary, South Korea tells North Korea
Seoul, Oct 22 : Seoul Wednesday urged North Korea to release a South Korean Christian missionary who has been detained for about a year.
AIBA suspend Sarita Devi, coaches, chef de mission
Lausanne, Oct 22 : The International Boxing Association (AIBA) Executive Committee Bureau has provisionally suspended Indian women pugilist L. Sarita Devi, her coaches Gurbakhsh Singh Sandhu, Blas Iglesias Fernandez and Sagar Mal Dhayal, as well as India's chef-de-mission to the Incheon Asian Games ...
Cosmic rays threaten manned missions to Mars
Washington, Oct 22 : Cosmic rays have created radiation hazards in space that potentially threaten future deep-space astronaut missions, said researchers.
Britain sends drones to fly over Syria
London, Oct 22 : The British defence ministry Tuesday confirmed that unmanned drones would fly in surveillance missions over Syria.
NHRC asks Bihar, Delhi Police to investigate allegations of ...
New Delhi, Oct.21 : The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday asked the Director General of Police, Bihar and the Delhi Police Commissioner to investigate the alleged harassment of a rape victim's parents.
Politicos slam PPP's decision to protest over Kashmir in London
Samba/ New Delhi, Oct.21 : Political leaders on Tuesday dismissed the Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) move to protest over the Kashmir issue as meaningless.
Ismail Ali Khan to head Telangana Electricity Regulatory Commission
Hyderabad, Oct 21 : Telangana government has appointed former director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) Ismail Ali Khan as the chairman of the Electricity Regulatory Commission (ERC).
NHRC notice to Bihar, Delhi Police
New Delhi, Oct 21 : The NHRC has sought a report within six weeks from the Director General of Police, Bihar and Commissioner, Delhi Police in a matter involving sexual harassment of a girl in Bihar, a statement said Tuesday.
All four Indians killed in Nepal avalanche identified
By Anil Giri, Kathmandu, Oct 21 : The Indian embassy in Kathmandu Tuesday said that four Indians were confirmed dead and one was missing in Nepal's snowstorm and avalanche. Twenty one others had been rescued.
Power transmission link via Bangladesh vital: Official
Agartala, Oct 21 : A top power company official has suggested erecting power transmission lines for supply of electricity from the northeast region to other parts of India via Bangladesh terming the proposed link as "vital".
India pushes at UN for International Yoga Day
United Nations, Oct 21 : India's UN Mission has begun action to have June 21 declared the International Day of Yoga following the proposal made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the General Assembly (UNGA) last month.
Mexico offers hefty reward for clues to 43 missing students
Mexico City, Oct 21 : Mexico's National Attorney General announced a reward of 64.5 million pesos ($4.7 million) for providing useful information about the whereabouts of 43 missing students.
Myanmar pledges free, fair elections in 2015
Yangon, Oct 21 : Myanmar's Union Election Commission (UEC) Tuesday pledged free and fair general elections in 2015, calling upon political parties, civil society organisations and international aid groups to cooperate for the upcoming event.
Liberia to hold senatorial elections amid Ebola crisis
Monrovia, Oct 21 : Liberia's National Election Commission (NEC) has announced plans to conduct the senatorial elections Dec 16 despite growing concerns that the Ebola virus may still wreak havoc at the time.
India starts push at UN for International Yoga Day
United Nations, Oct 21 : India's UN Mission has started action to have June 21 declared the International Day of Yoga, following the proposal made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the General Assembly (UNGA) last month.
Delhi government compensates kin of dead patient
New Delhi, Oct 20 : Following the intervention of the National Human Rights Commission(NHRC), the Delhi government has paid Rs.1 lakh to the next of kin of a 17-year-old who died in the premises of the Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Narayan Hospital due to medical negligence.
Chopper deal: Court rejects Khaitan bail plea
New Delhi, Oct 20 : A court here Monday dismissed the bail plea of businessman Gautam Khaitan, arrested in a money laundering case related to the AgustaWestland chopper deal.
India-Mexico trade can touch $10 bn by 2015: Minister
New Delhi, Oct 20 : Ahead of the India-Mexico joint commission meeting, visiting Mexican Foreign Minister Jose A. Meade Kuribrena said Monday that bilateral trade has the potential to increase to $10 billion by 2015.