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HindustanTimes Sat,01 Nov 2014

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Sachin Tendulkar's son Arjun set to tour South Africa with Mumbai club

Sachin Tendulkar's Arjun will be leading a Mumbai club Worli CC's U-18 side to South Africa for a pre-season exposure tour that starts on November 2. This is Tendulkar junior's second exposure tour to South Africa.

Maharashtra: Pacified, but Sena chief’s 'respectable deal' demand stays

Running a government backed by the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and a revolt from the Sena was not something 44-year-old Fadnavis was up for. Fadnavis sworn in Maharashtra CM

HC stays execution of Surinder Koli's death sentence

The Allahabad high court on Friday stayed the execution of the death sentence of Surinder Koli in the gruesome Nithari serial killings case.

GDP growth to be in 5.5% to 5.9% range: Arun Jaitley

India would likely grow at 5.5% to 5.9% this year, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday, rekindling hopes that Asia’s third-largest economy looks set to claw out of its quarter-century slump.

PM Modi to launch BJP's membership drive today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch BJP's membership drive on Saturday with a target to increase its strength, party president Amit Shah said on Friday.

Sahara chief pays Rs. 31 lakh for spl facilities in jail

Sahara chief Subrata Roy paid Rs. 31 lakh for using air-conditioners, phones, internet and video conferencing facility he had used for 57 days in Tihar jail.

Bhopal gas tragedy: Victims fail to win relief in court

The Bhopal gas tragedy spawned a series of first-of-its-kind class action suits, a petition filed by a group of people affected by the same incident that are being fought by the victims to this day.

Bhopal gas tragedy: Extradition attempts hit a wall each time

Twice since January, senior officials from CBI held discussions with officers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the US to expedite the extradition of Warren Anderson. But its request was stonewalled.

Graft taint on Big 2 makes BJP hopeful in TN

With the two Dravidian parties singed by corruption charges, the BJP sees Tamil Nadu as fertile ground for spreading its footprints in the south.

Gas tragedy villain Anderson dead, Bhopal celebrates

Former Union Carbide chief Warren M Anderson, wanted by India to stand trial for the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy, died on September 29 at a nursing home in Florida at the age of 92.

Bhopal gas tragedy: Govt apathy to bring Anderson to book decried

Survivors of the gas tragedy have criticised the Centre for ‘negligence’ and accused the American government of ‘sheltering’ former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson.

NIA: Burdwan blast suspect fled to UP from Delhi

The National Investigation Agency probe into the Burdwan blast has reached the capital after it was found that Amjad Ali, one of the prime suspects in the case, fled to Delhi on October 8 before escaping to Uttar Pradesh, sources said.

Rahul steps up Cong revival discussions

The Congress is set to initiate major organisational reforms in the immediate future to stage a comeback as a national party of governance, party sources said.

‘Good luck, daddy!’ says new youngest occupant of Maha CM’s bungalow

As newly-appointed Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis mingled with crowds after the grand swearing-in ceremony of the BJP government at Wankhede Stadium on Friday, his attention was drawn to a five-year-old girl, eagerly awaiting her turn to greet him.

SC may relax J-K model code

The Supreme Court Friday agreed to look into the possibility of relaxing the model code of conduct in poll-bound Jammu and Kashmir to ensure the government’s relief and rehabilitation work in the flood devastated areas is not affected.
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