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Karnataka CM dares to BJP top brass

karnataka CM B.S  Yeddyurappa again defice BJP high command order to resign from his post. He has challenged the party centre leader ,if he is removed, then the BJP will not only finish in karnataka , but in entire South India. He claimed that the people of karnataka will come on the road against the party decision he goes on further ...

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Venkatesh moots three capitals in united AP !

By: Syed Najaf Ali Shauqat,Bureau Chief, Andhra Pradesh The Minor Irrigation Minister and Seemandhra leader, Mr T G Venkatesh, has mooted a new proposal of creating separate capitals for the three regions keeping the State united. According to his formula, the State should be divided if the people were not satisfied with the development of their region. He also demanded ...

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Briton builds world’s longest motobike

A Briton is all set for a new Guinness world record for the longest motorbike — 22 metres long and with 25 seats. Colin Furze, 31, spent a month building the motorbike, which is as long as a tennis court, news agency reported. He used a 125 cc moped and extended it using an aluminium frame. Furze, a plumber by ...

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GHMC employees too serve strike notice

Employees of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation have declared that they would also be joining the proposed general strike by all Telangana employees unions. Leaders of the JAC of GHMC employees and workers unions served a strike notice on the Municipal Commissioner, Mr Krishna Babu, here on Thursday. The JAC leaders said they would launch phase-wise agitation from August 1 ...

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14 Indians released from Karachi jail

Fourteen Indian fishermen who had inadvertently crossed the maritime boundary, were Thursday released from a prison in the Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi. The prisoners were released from the Malir district jail,  news agency reported. They would leave Pakistan through the Wagah border near Lahore. Officials said the fishermen belong to Gujarat’s Junagarh district. The Pakistan government has given ...

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VC posts will be filled soon, says Governor

By: Syed Najaf Ali SHaukat, Bureau Chief, Andhra Pradesh The Governor, Mr ESL Narasimhan, has said the vacant Vice Chancellor posts in the State would be filled soon. The Governor arrived here with his family and had a darshan of Lord Venkateswara on Thursday morning. Speaking to the media later, he said the appointment of the VCs would be in ...

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BJP seeks farmer-friendly land acquisition act

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) farmers’ wing will stage a demonstration before parliament during the monsoon session to demand a “farmer-friendly” land acquisition law. The party would stage a demonstration outside parliament Aug 3, BJP Kisan Morcha national president Om Prakash Dhankhad told reporters here. The central government has announced that a bill amending the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, will ...

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Dokka sore at cops for not allowing to meet CM

By: Syed Najaf Ali Shaukat, Bureau Chief, Andhra Pradesh The Minister for Rural Development, Mr Dokka Manikya Vara Prasada Rao, on Thursday pulled up the police personnel over their indifferent attitude. The minister was obstructed by the police when he went to see off the Chief Minister, Mr N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, who completed a day’s tour of the district ...

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Germans held in Britain with bomb-making manual

Two German Muslims have been arrested in Britain with bomb-making instructions, gun manuals and jihad magazines, a media report said. The Westminster magistrate’s court heard that 23-year-old Robert Baum and 28-year-old Christian Emde were stopped at the Dover port after officials doubted their reason to visit. They searched their bags and found articles like “How to make a bomb in ...

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Heavy rains in Delhi

Delhiites witnessed heavy rainfall resulting water logging and desrupted traffic. There are bumper to bumper traffic jam on the road in many areas of Delhi and Noida-Delhi road. The rain also proved the MCD claims false that they have initiated to clear the water logging.

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Islamic Sharia law zones set up across Britain

 Islamists across Britain have launched a poster campaign, setting up zones where the Sharia law would be enforced, a media report said Thursday. The bright yellow posters put up at bus stops and on street lamp posts read: “You are entering a Sharia-controlled zone – Islamic rules enforced.” The messages that have also come up in London, warn that in ...

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Suresh Kalmadi drops plea to attend parliament

The Delhi High Court Thursday snubbed Congress MP and sacked Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi, who asked for permission to attend parliament, and said the government would not fall if he didn’t attend the session. “There is no such important issue going to take place in parliament that if you (Kalmadi) do not attend the session then the ...

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City Sugar traders want 4% vat removed to save masses

By:Syed Najaf Ali Shaukat, Bureau Chief, Andhra Pradesh The members of the Wholesale Sugar Merchants’ Association of Hyderabad and Secunderabad here on Thursday appealed to the State government to immediately remove VAT on sugar thereby relieving the masses and the traders from the hardship. Speaking to mediapersons, the association’s VAT committee chairman, Mr Omprakash Tawry, the secretary, Mr Ashok Kumar ...

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Actress Poorna Jagannathan new face of a jewellery brand

 Actress Poorna Jagannathan, one who played a journalist in the hit adult comedy “Delhi Belly”, has been named the brand ambassador for jewellery brand Bracialeto. “I’m excited to be associated with a finely crafted brand like Bracialeto. I love its uniqueness and that it can be tailored to suit your personality,” said Poorna, who recently shot an ad campaign for ...

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