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T-Students worst hit

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The Telangana students have been the worst hit by the impact of the T strike with the appeal by the leader of the private managements union Srinivasa Rao falling on deaf ears. The TJAC leader refused to budge an inch and was firm on continuing the stir no matter what ...

MPs’ quit step upsets cong

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The Telangana congress MPs’ resignations in New Delhi yesterday have sent tremors in the congress head quarters and upset the congress high command as they feared that the Seemandhra MPs will also follow the same route which may result in the fall of the UPA government. The Lok Sabha speaker Meira ...

Facebook flooded with condemnation for Indian’s killing

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London, Dec 27 (IANS) Social networking website Facebook has been flooded with comments condemning the killing of Indian student Anuj Bidve in Manchester with one terming the killers "vermin". The 23-year-old Bidve, from Pune in India's Maharashtra state, was part of a group of nine men and women -- all Indian students ...

‘Spreaders’ behind ‘Twitter’ catalyse mass movements

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 27, 2011

London, Dec 26 (IANS) What is the factor that makes social networks tick and catalyses mass mobilisations in revolutions and protest movements worldwide? An Oxford University study of Twitter finds that the most influential group comprise a small number of users close to the centre of a network, described as 'spreaders.' The 'spreaders' ...

Tech to track perpetrators of biochemical attacks

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 27, 2011

Washington, Dec 27 (IANS) A first-of-its-kind technology could help authorities track down perpetrators of biochemical attacks back to their source. Carlos G. Fraga from the US's Pacific Northwest National Lab and colleagues explain that nerve agents, like sarin (also called GB), are some of the most toxic and fast-acting chemical warfare agents ...

Patolla Govardhan Reddy killed

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Hyderabad (Crime News): Former Naxalite and an accused in the Paritala Ravi murder case, Patolla Govardhan Reddy, was brutally murdered in here today. Unknown persons attacked him, while he  was going in an auto, and  dragged out of the vehicle and repeatedly stabbed by a group of three assailants.  The ...

US spies could be tracking you on Twitter

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London, Dec 28 (IANS) The US department of homeland security reportedly makes fake Twitter and Facebook profiles in a bid to track down people who use "sensitive" words. If anyone uses a word or phrase from the department's list, American spies might read the posts, investigate the online account and even attempt ...

Notorious Robbery gang nabbed

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Hyderabad, Feb 2 (Crime News): The sleuths of Charminar Police, Hyderabad City apprehended two notorious robbery Gang of Hyderabad and seized net cash of Rs.31,500, three cell phones & One Hero Honda Splendor.     The Charminar cops arrested Md. Mujamiluddin @ Mujju of Al-Juber Colony, Chandrayangutta, Hyderabad and Mohd. Feroz of Farooq ...

Railway Police rescues Children

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Hyderabad, Feb 7 (Crime News): The A.P. Govt. Railway Police has been orienting itself to play a more humane role through training and counselling of its staff.     The Govt. Railway Police, in coordination with the Women and Child Welfare Department, AP CID, Juvenile Welfare Department, Child Welfare Committees, and Non-Government Organizations ...

High prices behind weak demand for diamonds this V-Day

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By Mithun Dasgupta Kolkata, Feb 13 (IANS) Diamonds may be woman's best friend, but due to high prices this year their Valentines may not buy them the rock as gift despite shoppers' preferred shift away from gold jewellery. The jewellery industry feels that Valentine's Day sales of diamond this year would be of ...


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