HindustanTimes Wed,01 Oct 2014


Don’t blame us for Cong-NCP split: Sonia

 Sonia Gandhi
The alliance with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Maharashtra was not broken by Rahul Gandhi, said Congress president Sonia Gandhi, while responding to allegations by NCP chief Sharad Pawar.

‘Hooda dances to the tune of Gandhi family’

Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit Shah Tuesday kicked up a storm by reportedly accusing Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda  of “dancing to the tune of the Gandhi family”.

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Saradha group’s Rs. 2,460cr deposits worth just Rs. 40cr

Anti-Saradha procession
The accused firms are suspected to have frittered away the collections over incorporating 160 firms, opening and maintaining 320 branches across eastern India and paying 30% commission to its army of around 2.21 lakh agents who got in touch with the investors to defraud them, said the source.

PM in America
Modi, Obama talk deeper ties, joint anti-terror push

Barack Obama, Narendra Modi
India and the United States on Tuesday announced significantly expanded cooperation in defence, trade, infrastructure and, especially, counter-terrorism action against the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, D company, the Haqqani network and al Qaeda.

Gandhi, Orwell legacy splits Bihar's Motihari over getting a landmark

George Orwell supporters
While the pro-Gandhi group wants a memorial to the Mahatma who launched a Satyagraha movement from here, the other side supports a project to turn a crumbling brick bungalow where the Animal Farm author was born into a monument to him.

This Diwali, govt to crack down on Chinese firecrackers

What’s hot at Diwali fetes
The Modi government has decided to check Chinese invasion again — this time, into the Diwali firecrackers market, which has been hitting the firecrackers industry in Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu hard.

High court to hear Jaya’s bail plea today


The Karnataka high court has agreed to hear former Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa's appeal against her conviction on a priority basis. The matter will be heard on Wednesday by a specially constituted vacation bench.

Death toll rises to 67 as Assam grapples with flood aftermath

Assam floods
Assam has suffered huge losses in terms of lives, property, cropped land, dwelling units and infrastructure in the three waves of flood this season, according to an official communiqué. Altogether 67 persons lost their lives in this year’s flood.

India, China border stand off, that cast a shadow on Xi’s visit, ends

The border standoff between India and China ended on Tuesday with both Beijing and New Delhi announcing a withdrawal of troops from the disputed area.

Scientists devise two-drug cocktail for breast cancer

Workers install a pink ribbon
Scientists at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore have developed a ‘two drug cocktail’ that can curb the growth of breast cancers. The drugs have been developed to target two cancer causing proteins, which have been found to make breast cancers more aggressive.

Modi, Obama raise the bar for bilateral ties in joint oped

Barack Obama, Narendra Modi
India and the US will broaden and deepen their ties by going beyond “modest and conventional goals”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama in a joint oped. Full text: Indo-US statement

Snoopgate fame IAS officer arrested over corruption

Pradeep Sharma
Suspended IAS officer Pradeep Sharma arrested by Gujarat police in a graft case. He had earlier raised allegations against Narendra Modi in the 'snoopgate' row.
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