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Victim to be cross-examined tomorrow
Hours after the Delhi High Court allowed the accused driver who is facing trial in the Uber cab rape case to recall 13 prosecution witnesses, a court said the victim will be cross-examined tomorrow. Additional Sessions Judge Kaveri Baweja summoned the 25-year-old woman, who had earlier testified as a witness in January, to be cross examined again by the counsel for accused Shiv Kumar Yadav....
After beef ban, VHP forces abattoirs to close   
Members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad have forced several abattoirs in Maharashtra to shut after a law was passed banning the beef trade there, a leader of the group and a lawyer for meat traders said on Wednesday.The nationalist group linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party, acted after winning a court order to stop the killing of bulls and bullocks."Members of the VHP came...
AAP sacks Bhushan, Yadav from PAC   
The AAP announced that it had ousted two top leaders, Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, out of its decision-making Political Affairs Committee (PAC).Party spokesman Kumar Vishwas made the announcement after a nearly six-hour meeting of the National Executive that followed a virtual war between the two leaders and loyalists of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal."The National Executive...
Sajjad Lone refuses to join Mufti's cabinet   
Jammu: Upset over the portfolio allocated to him, Sajjad Gani Lone of the People's Conference (PC) on Wednesday refused to join the council of ministers in the PDP-BJP government headed by Mufti Muhammad Sayeed.Lone was miffed over allocation of the animal husbandry department portfolio to him by Sayeed on Tuesday. He did not attend his office in winter capital Jammu on Wednesday and instead...
CBI raids TMC MP's home, 42 other locations   
Kolkata: Probing a multi-crore rupee chit fund scam, the CBI on Wednesday conducted raids at 43 locations of the Rose Valley Group across the country, including the home of Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal."In an ongoing investigation, searches are being conducted at 43 locations across the country including 27 in West Bengal, 7 in Tripura and 1 location each in Odisha, Assam, Delhi, Uttar...
Swine flu: Lakhs to throng temples on Holi   
MP Governor still in seat despite Centre's diktat   03 March, 2015
Banned in Maharashtra, beef dries up in Goa too   04 March, 2015
Police to move court against BBC documentary   03 March, 2015
Sundown on Stalin?   28 February, 2015
Telangana govt forms panel to provide quota for Muslims   04 March, 2015
Will neither split nor quit AAP: Yogendra Yadav   04 March, 2015
Fringe's cut   28 February, 2015
Tihar DG meets Rajnath Singh   04 March, 2015
Furore in RS over Mufti's comments   02 March, 2015
Prashant, Yadav may be out of PAC Wednesday   04 March, 2015
Big bang theory   14 February, 2015
Vintage rebel   28 February, 2015
Business as usual   28 February, 2015
Hazare to launch padyatra from Wardha to Delhi   03 March, 2015
Two jawans killed as avalanche hits check-post   03 March, 2015
For special treatment, go to Pak: Sena to Muslims   03 March, 2015
Deeply pained by what's going on: Kejriwal   03 March, 2015
Omar questions future of PDP-BJP alliance   02 March, 2015
Feel sad: Yogendra Yadav   02 March, 2015
Mayawati opposes Sayeed's statement   02 March, 2015
Godhra riot victims relive painful days   28 February, 2015
AAP meet discusses internal criticism   28 February, 2015
Mehbooba defends Sayeed's remarks on Pak   02 March, 2015
Kejriwal visits Delhi Police headquarters   28 February, 2015
Ensure release of fishermen: CM to Modi   28 February, 2015
Bhushan expresses differences with Kejriwal   02 March, 2015
'Mamata not even a member when I floated TMC'   28 February, 2015
PIL seeks CCTVs in TN schools   27 February, 2015
Mukul Roy to skip TMC meeting tomorrow   27 February, 2015
VHP calls for shutdown over ban on Togadia   27 February, 2015
Sayeed meets Modi ahead of swearing-in   27 February, 2015
Two militants killed in encounter   28 February, 2015
Sikkim woman raped in Delhi, five arrested   27 February, 2015
NSE to set up global exchange in GIFT City   26 February, 2015
Mukul Roy removed as TMC leader in Rajya Sabha   27 February, 2015
Three gunned down outside ATM, Rs 50 lakh looted   27 February, 2015
Confusion over MP governor's resignation   26 February, 2015
Action will be taken against dance bars: Parsekar   26 February, 2015
ED attaches Rs 232cr assets of Jagan, others   26 February, 2015
Mufti meets Modi, finalises cabinet   27 February, 2015
Moderate intensity tremor jolts Kashmir   27 February, 2015
Walking out of comradeship   26 February, 2015
Air India plane's tyre bursts on landing at Kochi   26 February, 2015
Rs 426.83 cr for J&K flood relief   26 February, 2015
No proposal to delete Article 370: Govt   25 February, 2015
TMC suspends MLA who protested misappropriation   25 February, 2015
Church vandalised in Mangalore   25 February, 2015
Delhi halves power tariff, gives 20,000 litres free water   25 February, 2015
Suspended TMC MLA lashes out at party   25 February, 2015
Sweeper stitches woman after delivery   25 February, 2015
Chit wide open   21 February, 2015
Swine flu toll crosses 230, section 144 imposed   25 February, 2015
Factories polluting Yamuna asked to shift   24 February, 2015
BJP-PDP govt to be sworn in on March 1   24 February, 2015
Bully by the horns   21 February, 2015
Testing times   21 February, 2015
Maidan over   21 February, 2015
Assam govt supports Anna's crusade   23 February, 2015
Working men, sulking men   14 February, 2015
Tiger out of the woods   14 February, 2015
Mounting trouble   14 February, 2015
Abandoning ship?   14 February, 2015
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