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HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014

India

Senior commerce ministry official to take over as Haryana chief secretary

DS Dhesi is set to become the new chief secretary of Haryana after the Union government repatriated him to the state cadre six months before his central deputation was set to end.

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.

Shoe-less 10-year-old Madhya Pradesh boy excels in marathon

On the hilly tracts of Pachmarhi, about 200 km from Bhopal, Vikas Thakur attracted many eyeballs during a 3.5 km mini-marathon organised by the Madhya Pradesh state tourism department as part of the ongoing Pachmarhi Mahotsav.

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.

CAT 2014 results: 16 people 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.

5 railway workers run over by train in Bihar

Five members of a railway maintenance crew were mowed down by the Ajmer-Sealdah Express at Kumhau Railway Station on Saturday afternoon when dense fog blanketed the Mughalsarai-Gaya line.

Bihar: 4 more rebel JD(U) MLAs disqualified

The Speaker of Bihar legislative assembly disqualified four Janata Dal (United) MLAs from membership of the Lower House on Saturday.

Rahul should take 'full-time' charge of Cong: Digvijay

With Congress reeling under a string of poll defeats, senior leader Digvijaya Singh on Saturday said party vice-president Rahul Gandhi should assume "full-time" leadership of the AICC.

Maharashtra: No stay on allopathy training for ayurvedic, homoeopathic docs

The Bombay HC has rejected a plea filed by the IMA, which sought an interim stay on the state government’s decision to introduce a one-year course on modern pharmacology for homoeopathic and Ayurveda doctors.

Give us Dawood Ibrahim, India tells Pakistan

India on Saturday asked Pakistan to hand over underworld don Dawood Ibrahim stating that enough evidence have been given to it on the prime accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case.

CBI files 2 fresh cases in Saradha scam

The CBI on Saturday registered two fresh cases against Sudipta Sen, Chairman of Saradha group, in connection with alleged cheating of investors in Assam by the company.

Jaitley rebuts charges of misuse of naval helicopter

Strongly rebutting the charge of a Goa activist that his family members misused a naval helicopter, finance minister Arun Jaitley has called it 'entirely false' and sought an apology from both the activists and media outlets which published the accusation.

Kerala: VHP to carry on with 'ghar-wapsi' drive

Announcing plans to continue with their 'ghar-wapsi' programme in Kerala, Vishwa Hindu Parishad asserted Saturday that no forcible conversions were taking place in the state and said it would help those who wanted to embrace Hinduism.

This week's top videos

From the Gujarat-based policeman dancing with a bar girl while being on official duty to remembering the tsunami disaster and reflecting on the survivors’ renewed hope, here is the round up of this week's most watched videos.

Assam attacks: Counter-insurgency ops intensified

India sought cooperation from Bhutan and Myanmar, as its security forces launched a major offensive against a tribal militant group that massacred over 70 people in Assam this week, officials said.
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