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Hindustan Times
New Delhi, February 19, 2013
First Published: 17:18 IST(19/2/2013)
Last Updated: 17:23 IST(19/2/2013)

The aviation ministry and AI management have taken strong exception to the video, titled Air India Rap, posted by the pilot who is seen wearing the full uniform and singing a song laced with expletives. South African sporting hero Oscar Pistorius broke down in court on Tuesday as he was accused of shooting his model girlfriend three times through a locked bathroom door in what prosecutors said was a "premeditated" Valentine's Day murder. A British channel has come out with a documentary featuring the pictures of the alleged cold-blooded killing of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son, which was on Tuesday dismissed by Sri Lanka as "lies, half-truths and numerous forms of speculation". These constitute for the most widely read up isses to which the full stories are available on the following links:

Pilot raps Air India on YouTube

The aviation ministry and AI management have taken strong exception to the video, titled Air India Rap, posted by the pilot who is seen wearing the full uniform and singing a song laced with expletives.

Pistorius charged with murder, 'shot' girlfriend through bathroom door

South African sporting hero Oscar Pistorius broke down in court on Tuesday as he was accused of shooting his model girlfriend three times through a locked bathroom door in what prosecutors said was a "premeditated" Valentine's Day murder.

Sri Lanka govt denies killing Prabhakaran's son, slams TV channel

A British channel has come out with a documentary featuring the pictures of the alleged cold-blooded killing of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son, which was on Tuesday dismissed by Sri Lanka as "lies, half-truths and numerous forms of speculation".

Nursery admission process will not be affected: HC

The ongoing nursery admission process in the national Capital would remain unaffected as the Delhi high court today upheld the validity of two government notifications that gave powers to private unaided schools to formulate their own criteria.


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