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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, August 03, 2013
First Published: 16:41 IST(3/8/2013) | Last Updated: 16:50 IST(3/8/2013)

Ashish Kumar, the district mining officer who was helping now suspended IAS offficer Durga Shakti Nagpal in her drive against illegal mining, survived three attempts on his life before being transferred to UP’s Bulandshahr, two days before her; when Reny Roy was assigned a project 15 years ago, she had no idea it would one day get a Washington DC debut as India's first defense technology transfer to the United States; B.A. Pass is much better than its tacky posters let on, which is a welcome surprise; Michael Ansara, the actor who played the original Klingon on TV's Star Trek died on Wednesday at his home in California after a long illness.

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Illegal mining in UP: Officer escaped 3 murder bids, shunted like Durga
IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal is not the only one Greater Noida’s sand mafia is after. Ashish Kumar, the district mining officer who was helping Nagpal in her drive against illegal mining, survived three attempts on his life before being transferred to UP’s Bulandshahr.

US grabs wallet-sized bomb detector created by Indian scientist
When Reny Roy was assigned a project 15 years ago, she had no idea it would one day get a Washington DC debut as India's first defense technology transfer to the United States.

Anupama Chopra's review: B.A. Pass
B.A. Pass is much better than its tacky posters let on. Which is a welcome surprise. It holds your interest as long as the director sticks to Sikka’s darkly twisted story. But each time he diverges, the narrative wobbles.

Star Trek villain Michael Ansara dies
Michael Ansara, the actor who played the original Klingon on TV's Star Trek died on Wednesday at his home in California after a long illness. He was 91.


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