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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Dec 2014

India

Patients suffer as new norms impede clinical trials in India

Doctors have said the decline in the number of clinical trials is a loss to patients, who are being deprived of cutting edge drugs that clinical trials can offer.

India terms Lakhvi bail 'unfortunate', wants Pak govt to reverse decision

Home minister Rajnath Singh termed the move 'unfortunate'. The external affairs ministry made it clear that the bail to Lakhvi, a key conspirator of the Mumbai attacks and a UN-designated terrorist, cannot be accepted.

J'khand: Suspected Maoists open fire at cops

Three unidentified armed persons, suspected Maoists open fired on the police leaving one injured at Amrapara area of Jharkhand’s Pakur district on Thursday, which will go to polls in the fifth and final phase of state assembly election on Saturday.

NC, PDP claim victory over Srinagar ahead of D-day

Both rival People's Democratic Party (PDP) and National Conference (NC) claim to have won Kashmir's springboard of politics Srinagar, also the state's summer capital, which holds key with eight assembly segments to scale up the parties' chances to rule the 87-member state.

Govt starts letting off over 1,000 separatists post-polls

Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have started to release separatist leaders and their supporters rounded up in the wake of five-phase polls in the state.

Cong's agenda is development and performance: Sharma

Asserting that development and performance is his agenda, Congress candidate from Akhnoor and sitting MLA from the seat Sham Lal Sharma today said he is seeking votes on the basis of the work done by him in the constituency.

BJP's Lal Singh faces tough battle in Congress bastion Basholi

BJP might be counting on Modi wave to see its candidates through in the J&K Assembly polls, but party candidate Lal Singh, a two-time MP and former minister, faces a tough battle in this Congress bastion which goes to poll in the final phase on December 20.

SC extends Jayalalithaa's bail till April 2015

The Supreme Court extended by four months the bail of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in a disproportionate assets case and asked the chief justice of Karnataka high court to constitute a special bench to decide her plea expeditiously within three months.

57 militants killed in airstrikes by Pakistan army

Pakistan Army retaliated to the the deadly Taliban attack at the Peshawar school by killing 57 militants in massive airstrikes in the Khyber tribal region where the suicide bombers were reportedly trained.

Conversion row in RS: Jaitley flays 'arrogant' Oppn

The government has been under opposition fire since the religious conversions of at least 60 Muslim families in Agra to Hinduism in a ceremony by groups linked to the BJP's ideological mentor RSS.

Maharashtra irrigation scam: Govt suspends 4 officials for irregularities

The Maharashtra state water resources department on Wednesday suspended four senior irrigation officials in connection with irregularities in the construction of Kondane dam in Raigad district.

With Afzal Guru suicide squads, JeM attempts revival in Kashmir

Security agencies in Kashmir are looking into the role of militant squads named after the hanged Parliament attack-convict, Afzal Guru, in the deadly attack on an army camp in Uri on December 5.

For win, PDP relies on old warhorse Mufti

At a time when political parties across the country are projecting young blood, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) decided to fall back on its old war horse Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and fight the ongoing assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir under his leadership.

My rapist is now an advocate: Victim narrates the tale of horror

'It’s been four years since I was raped by a student leader, but he still roams free. The rape was one incident, but the events that followed crushed me day after day.'

India's heaviest rocket GSLV Mk-III test-fired

GSLV Mk-III is conceived and designed to make India fully self reliant in launching heavier communication satellites of INSAT-4 class, which weigh 4500 to 5000 kg.
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