HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014


Battle lines drawn as BCCI meets to prepare for Supreme Court hearing

Its image having taken a beating following the controversies surrounding the IPL, the BCCI will hold an Emergent Working Committee Meeting on Sunday to prepare its response for the Supreme Court hearing on April 22.

TDP, BJP cadre say peace fragile, problems remain

Smiling for the cameras, leaders from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and the BJP on Friday announced that the alliance was back on track. But on the ground, cadre and candidates from both parties admit that the tie-up is an uneasy one.

First bodies pulled from submerged Korean ferry

Divers on Saturday retrieved the first bodies from the submerged South Korean ferry that capsized nearly four days ago, marking a grim new stage in the search and recovery process. Anger mounts after bodies found trapped inside ferry

'No vacancy' for leadership role for Priyanka: Tharoor

With Sonia and Rahul Gandhi at the top, Congress has 'no vacancy' for a leadership role, party leader Shashi Tharoor said on Saturday amidst speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could assume a bigger responsibility in the organisation.

Pak scribe Hamid Mir shot at, says ISI behind attack

Senior Pakistani television journalist Hamid Mir, who faced threats from the Taliban and other terror groups, was on Saturday repeatedly shot at by four unidentified men as he left the Karachi airport for his office.

Sub search for MH370 to be finished in a week

The search for missing flight MH370 is at a 'critical juncture', Malaysia's transport minister said. An underwater search for the black box recorder based on 'pings' possibly from the device could be completed in a week.

Sohrabuddin's brother campaigns for BJP

The twist and turns in the Sohrabuddin encounter case have not stopped his brother Shahnawazuddin from campaigning for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh.

No proof of Ajit Pawar threatening villagers: Police

The Pune rural police on Saturday said there was no concrete proof against deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar in a case pertaining to an alleged threat to 'cut off water supply' to Masalwadi village if the people there did not vote for cousin Supriya Sule.

Appear in defamation case, court tells Kejriwal

A Delhi court on Saturday warned Arvind Kejriwal and 3 other Aam Aadmi Party leaders that it would initiate “coercive process” if they fail to appear before it on May 24 in a criminal defamation complaint filed against them by Union telecom minister Kapil Sibal's lawyer son Amit Sibal.

Rahul takes on Mamata over Saradha scam

After BJP's PM nominee Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took a dig at the Trinamool Congress-led West Bengal government over the Saradha scam, alleging the state administration was trying to shield the culprits.

Crackdown on 100 houses in Delhi reserve forest

The authorities swung into action only after the National Green Tribunal on Thursday had ordered Delhi's two top officials — chief secretary and chief conservator of forests — to appear before it next Tuesday.

CEC refuses to respond to Azam Khan's allegation

VS Sampath said that it is for Azam Khan to decide whether he wants relief or not, referring to the SP leader's refusal to apologise for his provocative speech at an election rally.

Pay outstanding salaries to pilots: HC to Kingfisher

The Delhi high court has directed the grounded Kingfisher Airlines to pay the outstanding salaries of three of its ex-pilots who had moved the court over non-payment of salaries.

UK: India-born man jailed for fake marriage racket

Harpal Singh, 51, along with three other defendants, admitted to arranging sham marriages across Britain before the Cardiff Crown Court in Wales, the Daily Record reported Friday.

7.5 magnitude quake strikes off Papua New Guinea

The quake hit 75 kilometres (47 miles) south-west of the town of Panguna on Bougainville island, USGS said, and came after a 6.6-magnitude tremor earlier Saturday. 
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