Senior Citizen Thrashed and Robbed in Hadapsar

Pune: A 80 -year -old lady was thrashed and robbed of her gold chain worth Rs.73,000 by two unidentified men recently in Hadapsar. The incident came to light when the victim’s relatives returned home that night .They had to rush her to the hospital as she had received severe injuries on her face. A complaint has been lodged at the Hadapsar Police station  and they have launched a search for the suspects.


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Air pollution wraps Indian city


Heavy smog has dissipated over India’s capital last month, warning heath and environment hazards. Despite effective measures to improve air quality, pollution is steadily worsening without any simple solutions insight. Environmentalists have recommended substantial number of actions and strategies to upgrade pollution control. Stopping untamed motorization for now can be the first step of  strategies implementation.

All About Entertainment

The always-on-the-move people are becoming very demanding about their in-flight entertainment options. To retain the old customers and invite the new ones, certain airlines like Israel’s El Al Airlines, American Airlines, OpenSkies, etc are now going out of the way to provide the ultimate entertainment by offering iPads or tablets fully loaded with movies, T.V. shows, etc, to the passengers.

For your entertainment
For your entertainment

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United pull clear dramatically as City falter

Javier Hernandez calmly slots past Tim Krul to give United the 3 points

Manchester United extended their lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League table to seven points with a last-gasp win over Newcastle United on Wednesday. Meanwhile, nearest rivals Manchester City dropped further back, losing 1-0 to Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. Chelsea drew closer to the top two with a 1-0 victory away at Norwich City.


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Narendra Modi sworn in as Gujarat CM

Narendra Modi who led the BJP to an unequivocal victory,was  sworn in as Gujarat Chief Minister for the fourth time today. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Kamla Beniwal at Sardar Patel Stadium. He was sworn in along with nine Ministers of State and seven ministers of Cabinet rank.

The Victorious!

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Nithari killings: 5th death sentence awarded

Surender Koli, main accused in the Nithari killings of 2006,  was awarded his 5th death sentence on Monday. He was sentenced by a special CBI court in Ghaziabad which found him guilty for the rape and murder of a five-year old girl. Special Judge S Lal declared the verdict for Koli in this trial.

5th death penalty!


India’s interest lies in Nepal

While discussing its political situation with Nepal, India stressed that stable, secular and democratic Nepal has always been its key interest. External Affairs minister, Salman Khurshid, regarded Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav as a great friend of India, who played a key role in strengthening  relations between the two countries.

Khurshid informed the Nepalese President that, short term measures to augment grid connectivity of 40- 55 MW have been completed and they are now working on plans to further increase this is in the medium term. Nepal’s monarchy turned into democracy in May 2008 , on declaration of “Federal Democratic Republic”.

Good relations

Major parties such as the  Unified Communist Party of Nepal(Moist), Communist Party of Nepal(Marxist-Leninist) and the Nepali Congress agreed to write a constitution to replace the interim one within 2 years but the peace process has been derailed due to selfish behavior of  political parties. Ethnic caste, religious, ideological and regional differences have also added to woes of political agreement.Political leaders continue to discuss plans to end this turmoil, but none of the talks have been successful.

Rising inflation, economic downturn, poverty, insecurity and uncertainty are the major problems, After much deliberation, the assembly could not draw up constitution or settle on timing and method of holding election, but only agreed to draw on a Maoist PM, Baburam Bhattarai, and a cabinet. India’s intervention in Nepal goes back to 1950 when Nepal enjoyed close ties with India.

On a five-day visit to India, the Nepalese President earlier met Indian President Mukherjee discussing over India’s help in democratic development of Nepal. With expected help and aid from India, Nepal wishes to establish democracy and democratic rule, thus, providing a free environment  for its people to voice their opinion and thus feel the breeze of freedom after a long hiatus of monarchy rule.