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Grieving parents rampaged through Gandaman village in Bihar to protest the deaths of 23 pupils who ate a poisoned school lunch and the perceived slow police response to the tragedy, after the Supreme Court decision on Thursday declaring the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) unconstitutional, the mood online was that of dejection.

india Updated: Jul 19, 2013 18:17 IST

In a bid to cream an emerging tablet PC market in India, South Korean electronics major Samsung on Thursday launched three new tablets under its Galaxy Tab series, around Rs. 4,000 cheaper than Apple's entry-level iPad Mini, grieving parents rampaged through Gandaman village in Bihar to protest the deaths of 23 pupils who ate a poisoned school lunch and the perceived slow police response to the tragedy, after the Supreme Court decision on Thursday declaring the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) unconstitutional, the mood online was that of dejection. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

Samsung takes on Apple with cheaper mini tabs
In a bid to cream an emerging tablet PC market in India, South Korean electronics major Samsung on Thursday launched three new tablets under its Galaxy Tab series, around Rs. 4,000 cheaper than Apple's entry-level iPad Mini, competing directly with Apple as well as Google Nexus —which is a tad cheaper.

Mid-day meal deaths: grieving parents of kids go on rampage
Grieving parents rampaged through Gandaman village in Bihar to protest the deaths of 23 pupils who ate a poisoned school lunch and the perceived slow police response to the tragedy, officials said on Friday.

Etawah: raped and burnt woman dies fighting for life
A 20-year-old private tutor who was allegedly gang-raped by her fiancé and his associates and set on fire in Etawah last week died in hospital around 12.15am on Thursday.

RIP NEET: Online mood despondent after SC verdict
After the Supreme Court decision on Thursday declaring the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) unconstitutional, the mood online was that of dejection.