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Dubai court charges Indian man for abusing ex-female employer

 A 30-year-old Indian man has been charged by a court here after he allegedly made online and telephonic threats and verbally abused his former boss, an Uzbek businesswoman.

Girls can do anything, proves Indian teen who climbed Everest

On May 15 this year, a teenaged girl from Haryana embarked on the very challenging task of climbing Mount Everest from the Nepal side. But having dropped her radio transceiver during the trek, she couldn't inform anyone about her whereabouts.

Series of grenade attacks in Srinagar, eight injured

SRINAGAR: Eight people including four paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers and an equal number of civilians were injured on Saturday in three grenade attacks carried out by the militants.

Hawaii volcano lava destroys over 80 homes

 More than 80 homes have been destroyed by the Kilauea volcano eruption in Hawaii in the four weeks since lava began flowing, a top official said.

39 lakhs children vaccinated in 28 days of MR Campaign in Punjab

Despite all the initial hiccups, the MR vaccination campaign has been marching forward to achieve its target. The success of this campaign can be gauged from the fact that, in 28 days of its launching around 39 lacs children have been administered the MR vaccine.

Modi congratulates tribal students for scaling Mount Everest

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated five tribal students for scaling Mount Everest and also praised the all-women crew of INSV Tarini for circumventing the globe.

Six civilians injured in Kashmir grenade blast

SRINAGAR: Six civilians were injured on Wednesday when a grenade hurled by militants at a vehicle of security forces missed the target and exploded on the road in Jammu and Kashmir's Bijbehara town.

Google celebrates social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy

: Google on Tuesday celebrated the 246th birth anniversary of renowned social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy recognised as the "Father of the Indian Renaissance", who paved the way for a modern India.

British Columbia bullish on Indian tech firms: Indian-origin minister

From Canada, that boasts of a first Indian-origin Defence Minister in Harjit Singh Sajjan, here is the story of another Indian-origin woman migrant who has risen to become a minister in the government of the British Columbia -- the Western-most province of the country known for its tech prowess globally.

Working 'seriously' to have women in combat roles: Sitharaman

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said the government was working "seriously" to have women in combat uniforms -- a vow which, if fulfilled, will bring gender parity in the Indian armed forces and enable women to be deployed on-board submarines of the Navy and tanks of the Army.

Employee rapes woman in Hyderabad hospital

HYDERABAD: An employee of the government-run Osmania Hospital here has allegedly raped a woman who had come to the hospital for treatment of injuries she suffered at the hands of her husband, police said on Sunday.

40 killed in Afghanistan suicide bombings

At least 29 people, including eight journalists, were killed as two suicide bombers exploded themselves in quick succession in the Afghan capital on Monday. Hours later, another suicide attack killed 11 madrassa students in Kandahar province.

60 women get permit to climb Mt.Everest

Sixty women including eight from India, have received permits to summit Mount Everest this spring, an increase from the total number in 2017, Nepal's Department of Tourism (DoT) said on Friday.

Indu Malhotra sworn in as SC judge

Senior lawyer Indu Malhotra was sworn in on Friday as Supreme Court judge, amid raging controversy over the Narendra Modi government returning recommendation on Justice K.M. Joseph.

Each childr of the age from 9 month to 15 year be vaccinated during MR Campaign : Brahm Mohindra

Department of Health & Family Welfare, Punjab is going to conduct Measles Rubella Vaccination campaign from 1st May 2018 as part of a National strategy to eliminate Measles and control Rubella in the country. State Level Media sensitization workshop regarding MR Campaign is held at Punjab Bhawan, Chandigarh. Health Minister of Punjab Shri Brahm Mohindra stated that said that all children aged 9 months to less than 15 years will be vaccinated regardless of previous vaccination with MR/MMR or history of measles/rubella like illness. He informed that an estimated 75 lakh children will be vaccinated in the campaign over a period of 4-6 weeks. The vaccination will first be conducted in schools and later in community through outreach sessions.

6 new faces likely in Assam cabinet

Cose to two years after the formation of the Assam government, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal is all set to expand his cabinet for the first time on Thursday.

Yechury re-elected to lead CPI-M ahead of 2019 battle

HYDERABAD: The CPI-M on Sunday unanimously re-elected Sitaram Yechury as its General Secretary for another three years and he pledged to take steps to oust the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Around 75 lakh children to be vaccinated against measle, rubella in Punjab: Brahm Mahindra

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government is going to initiate the "State-wide Vaccination Campaign against Measles-Rubella" from 1st May, 2018 as part of National strategy to eliminate Measles and control Rubella in the country.

Hang rapists, demands former Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal

Demanding the strictest provisions of law to ensure security to women in society, , former Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Parkash Singh Badal said here today that “rapists must behanged” and ways must be found to put a permanent end to cases of atrocities against women in the country.”

US-led airstrikes hit all targets in Syria: Pentagon

WASHINGTON: The US Defence Department has said airstrikes on Syria had struck all of their targets and none of the coalition's planes or ship-launched missiles had been intercepted by President Bashar al-Assad's forces.


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