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Child rape case: Police issue tough guidelines to schools

In the fallout of alleged rape of a six-year old girl at a public school that triggered public outrage, police today issued tough guidelines to schools here for safety of children and warned of prosecution in the event of its non-compliance / DH Photo

In the fallout of alleged rape of a six-year old girl at a public school that triggered public outrage, police today issued tough guidelines to schools here for safety ...

AG view on LoP issue given to 'please political masters': Cong

Congress today hit back at Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi for opining that the party had no claim to the post of the Leader of Opposition (LoP) in Lok Sabha and alleged that his view on the matter was aimed at pleasing the political masters. PTI photo

Congress today hit back at Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi for opining that the party had no claim to the post of the Leader of Opposition (LoP)...

US disappointed over India's stance in WTO

The US today expressed disappointment over India's stand on worldwide reform of trade facilitation rules saying backsliding on commitments has brought the WTO to the brink of crisis. Reuters photo

The US today expressed disappointment over India's stand on worldwide reform of trade facilitation rules saying "backsliding" on commitments...

3 killed in clashes in Saharanpur, curfew clamped

Violent clashes broke out in Saharanpur Saturday over a land dispute as two groups fought pitched battles, fired at each other and burnt several vehicles, police said. Five policemen were injured in the violence. AP file photo. For representation purpose

Three persons were killed and 19 others, including policemen, injured today as violent clashes broke out between two communities over a ...

US Congressman mistakes Obama officials for Indian babus

In an extremely awkward incident, a newly elected member of the US House of Representatives mistook two senior Indian American officials of the Barack Obama administration to be from India and asked them questions about 'your country' and 'your government'. Nisha Biswal is the Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs. PTI file photo

In an extremely awkward incident, a newly elected member of the US House of Representatives mistook two senior Indian American officials of the Barack Obama...

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Modi meets infra secretaries to set target for current fiscal

Aiming to spruce up growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met secretaries of nine infrastructure ministries to set targets for 2014-15 and identify key projects in sectors like road, power and railways / PTI Photo

Aiming to spruce up growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met secretaries of nine infrastructure ministries to set targets for 2014-15 and identify key ...

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PT instructor of another school in misconduct row

 Arifulla D, instructor at Sri Sri Ravishankar Vidyamandir on Kanakapura Road, was sent on leave from July 24 following complaints about his behaviour with girl students. PTI file photo

A physical tra­i­ning instructor from another private school in the City has been sent on a long leave for alleged miscond­u­ct with girls...

Sports

Apurvi bags gold, shooters give three more medals

Apurvi Chandela gave a stunning exhibition of skill and concentration to clinch a gold medal while Ayonika Paul and Prakash Nanjappa claimed a silver each as shooters added three more medals to India's kitty on the third day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games here today. Reuters photo

Manoj makes a resounding start at CWG

Indian pugilist Mandeep Jhangra today stormed into the pre-quarterfinals of

Pistol shooter Nanjappa wins CWG silver

A horrendous shot midway into the final round competition ...

Dhoni unhappy with ICC decision to fine Jadeja

A livid India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today lambasted the ICC decision

Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad are venues for WI Tests

The BCCI Tours and Fixtures Committee has shortlisted Bangalore, Ahmedabad

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A policman in action during violent clashes between two communities over a land dispute...

A policman in action during violent clashes between two communities over a land dispute...

Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta...

Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta...

Scotland's Roddy Grant (R) tries to break a tackle by New Zealand's Scott Curry during men's Rugby..

Scotland's Roddy Grant (R) tries to break a tackle by New Zealand's Scott Curry during men's Rugby..

People from Vadsar village being rescued after flood at Vadodara district of south Gujarat ...

People from Vadsar village being rescued after flood at Vadodara district of south Gujarat ...

People hold national flags and watch a musical tribute to war heroes of Kargil war...

People hold national flags and watch a musical tribute to war heroes of Kargil war...

Wooden sailing boats take part in an exhibition regatta on Lake Leman near La Tour-de-Peilz...

Wooden sailing boats take part in an exhibition regatta on Lake Leman near La Tour-de-Peilz...

Protesters gather during a banned demonstration in support of Gaza in central Paris...

Protesters gather during a banned demonstration in support of Gaza in central Paris...

Bollywood actress Zarine Khan along with her ...

Bollywood actress Zarine Khan along with her ...

England bowler James Anderson arrives for a ...

England bowler James Anderson arrives for a ...

Muslim women shop for Eid festival at a market in Allahabad ...

Muslim women shop for Eid festival at a market in Allahabad ...

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