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HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014

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Sony hacking row: N Korea compares Obama to 'monkey', suffers new internet outage

North Korea suffered a new Internet outage on Saturday shortly after calling US President Barack Obama a 'monkey' over the release of 'The Interview' -- a comedy film about a fictional plot to kill its leader.

Delhi shivers at 2.6 degrees C on season's coldest day; fog hits flights

Delhi recorded on Sunday the lowest temperature of the season with the mercury dipping to 2.6 degrees Celsius, five notches below normal, with dense fog affecting 55 flights and about 70 trains.

Manipur: Eight human skulls found in school complex

The complex was occupied by the central paramilitary forces during the peak of insurgent activities from 1980 to 1999. Many youth were stated to have either disappeared or arrested by the forces at that time.

CAT 2014 results: 16 candidates score 100 percentile

The Common Admission Test (CAT) results for admission to 19  Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs)  including six new ones and other business schools for the year 2014 was announced on Saturday.

J'khand: Das takes oath as CM, PM misses event

Raghubar Das was sworn in as the first tribal chief of minister of Jharkhand at a function in Birsa Munda Football Stadium in Ranchi on Sunday.

PDP willing to wait, J-K in for long haul over new govt

The PDP that got the highest 28 seats said it was weighing all options but was in no hurry to form the government. 'It’s a very tough call. We will take time,' party spokesperson Nayeem Akhter told HT.

Modi seeks details of 'negative' reports about govt

A special report of five to seven 'top negative' articles, printed in national and local papers, is being sent to the brass of the Prime Minister’s Office daily by the PIB, the government’s media interface.

Poll wins set NDA on course to overtake Oppn in RS

Recent assembly election victories have brought the BJP within touching distance of the Congress in the Rajya Sabha, putting the ruling alliance in a position to push through key legislation mid-2016 onwards.

Uber broke India's financial rules: RBI chief Rajan

RBI chief Raghuram Rajan lashed out at Uber, already under fire over the alleged rape of a passenger in Delhi, saying the US taxi-hailing firm violated India's financial regulations by using an overseas payment system.

Stone hurled at Kejriwal at public meeting in Delhi

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal escaped unhurt after a man from the crowd hurled a stone at him in a public gathering on Saturday.

Pragyan Ojha banned due to suspect bowling action

The BCCI has banned discarded India left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha from bowling in competitive matches due to a suspect action as he will be heading to Chennai for taking corrective measures.

Crew unrest: SpiceJet trouble hitting Jet pilots?

Jet Airways pilots have warned the airline management to stop poaching pilots from SpiceJet Airlines, which was recently forced to cut operations by more than 100 flights in a day owing to a cash crunch.

Dera Sacha Sauda chief faces castration charges

On why they agreed to undergo castration, Gurdas Singh Toor alias Bitu (46), a witness in this case, claimed it was done on the pretext that removing testis would lead to salvation.

J'khand: Raghubar to review Soren govt’s policies

On the eve of his swearing in as the first non-tribal chief minister of Jharkhand,  BJP leader Raghubar Das on Saturday said his government will ‘review’ the policy decisions taken by the outgoing Hemat Soren regime.

Over 70 trains delayed due to fog; 7 die in UP, Punjab

A dense blanket of fog enveloped the entire north of India affecting the schedule of atleast 70 trains and hitting road traffic adversely while there was no let up in the cold wave on Saturday, which claimed five lives in Uttar Pradesh and two in Punjab.
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