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Arun Nehru passed away

Arun Nehru passed away New Delhi: 26.07.2013: Jyoti Mohanty:O.B.Bureau:  Arun Nehru,Sr. congress leader and  former union minister during the Prime Ministership of Rajiv Gandhi, passed away on Thursday after prolonged illness. Mr Nehru, 69, happens to be a cousin of Rajiv Gandhi and Minister for Internal Security in his government, died in a hospital in Gurgaon, according to family sources. ... Read More »

Airhostess suicide case: Court dismisses rape charge against Aruna Chadha

Airhostess suicide case New Delhi: Giving major relief to former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda’s aide Aruna Chadha, the Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed the charges of abetment of rape and unnatural sex against her in airhostess suicide case. Justice GP Mittal also held that charges of rape and unnatural sex cannot be sustained against prime accused Gopal Kanda. “It ... Read More »

Lata Mangeshkar to get Yash Chopra Memorial award

Lata Mangeshkar to get Yash Chopra Memorial award Mumbai : 25:07 :2013: O B Bureau : Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar will be given the inaugural National Yash Chopra Memorial Award. Industrialist-politician T Subbarami Reddy, who has produced Hindi movies like `Vijay`, `Chandni` and `Lamhe`, announced the award in memory of late filmmaker Yash Chopra.The award, instituted by Reddy-led TSR Foundation, will ... Read More »

Love in Bombay to release on August 2

Love in Bombay to release on August 2 Love in Bombay, Joy Mukherjee, Waheeda Rehman, Kishore Kumar and Ashok Kumar are set to return to the big screen with Love in Bombay. The movie was made by Mukherjee 40 years ago in 1973 but unfortunately hadn’t released. But now the film has been digitally restored and is set release on August 2. ... Read More »

Dec 16 case : verdict on juvenile accused deferred

Dec 16 case : verdict on juvenile accused deferred Delhi :25:07:2013:  O B Bureau : The Juvenile Justice Board has reportedly deferred verdict on the minor accused in the December 16 Delhi gang-rape case till August 5, 2013. After eliciting certain clarifications from the prosecution and the accused on July 11, the judge had fixed JULY 25 for the date of pronouncement of ... Read More »

SC to hear plea against summons to Anil Ambani on Monday

SC to hear plea against summons to Anil Ambani on Monday 25 :07:2013 : O B Bureau :  Reliance ADAG chairman Anil Ambani may have to appear on Friday before a special CBI court as a prosecution witness in 2G case as the Supreme Court on Thursday refused to give an urgent hearing on Reliance Telecom Ltd’s (RTL) plea against ... Read More »

Heavy rains continue to pound Mumbai

Heavy rains continue to pound Mumbai Mumbai : 25.07.2013: O.B: Heavy rain continued to lash the western metropolis today throwing the traffic movements out of gear. BMC has advised people against venturing out unless essential since  the city is threatened with  heavy rain -fall for the next 48 hours . The tide level is  going up  to be 4.95-metre high at ... Read More »

Bihar: 3 lakh teachers decided to boycott mid-day meal

Bihar: 24.07.2013: Nibedita (O.B.Bureau) Three lakh school teachers in Bihar have decided to boycott the mid-day meal scheme from July 25 to get rid of non-academic work. A week after the death of 23 children from eating a contaminated mid-day meal in Saran district, teachers are in no mood to assist the government in running the scheme. “It was unanimously ... Read More »

Pressure on Indian rupee lessening, may gain 52-level Vs $ in 12months

  Mumbai:24.07.2013:Nibedita (O.B Bureau)The pressure on rupee is lessening with easing of inflation and improving growth trends and the local currency could appreciate to about 52 levels to the dollar in the next 12 months, a report by Goldman Sachs said today. “The rupee has been under pressure since mid-2011 due to weak economic fundamentals. Looking forward, we believe the ... Read More »

Indian headmistress tied to poisoned lunches arrested

Indian headmistress tied to poisoned lunches arrested   New Delhi  — The headmistress of the Indian school that authorities say served toxic lunches, killing 23 students, was arrested Wednesday, police said. Meena Kumari, 36, was taken into custody on her way to a court where she had gone to surrender herself, police Superintendent Sujeet Kumar told CNN. She will be ... Read More »

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