DSP Zia-ul-Haq murder case: Court rejects CBIs closure report

Lucknow, July 08 (ANI): A special court on Tuesday rejected the closure report of the Central Bureau of Investigation in Kunda Deputy SP Zia-ul-Haq's murder case in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. The court has asked the investigating agency to re-investigate the case. UP Minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiyya is the key accused in the case. Jul 8, 2014

BJP, TMC come on verge of clash in LS

New Delhi, July 8 (ANI): Trinamool Congress MPs on Tuesday alleged that some Bhartiya Janta Party MPs threatened to beat them in Lok Sabha. The TMC also alleged that one of the BJP MPs was drunk but they cannot say who it was. A heated exchange of words ensued and the members from the two sides came on the verge of a clash. Jul 8, 2014

Japanese manufacturers of medical devices focuses on advance technology

Japan, July 8 (ANI): Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women globally. But, if the disease can be detected at early stage, the cure is possible. The consultation rate of breast cancer screening in Japan is 20-30%, which is low as compared to the U.S and Europe. Many countries are promoting initiatives aimed at increasing the numbers of the breast cancer screening rate. A mammography device by Fujifilm provides easy screening and high resolution image to detect the disease. Jul 8, 2014

BJP-TMC scuffle leads to adjournment of Lok Sabha

New Delhi, July 8 (ANI): In an unexpected turn, an ugly scuffle ensued between the BJP and Trinamool Congress MPs on Tuesday inside the Lok Sabha that led to its adjournment till 11 AM Wednesday. TMC MP Kakoli Ghosh alleged that a BJP MP was allegedly drunk and verbally abused her. TMC Leader Saugata Roy also alleged that the drunk BJP MP misbehaved with the party's MPs and threatened them to strip them and beat them. Jul 8, 2014

Education sector is shambles in Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit Baltistan, July 8: Be it the infrastructure, administration or social life....everything is in shambles in Gilgit Baltistan. The young minds, which need to be nurtured, do not get an environment that is conducive to their development and growth. The children here have no access to proper educational facilities, and basic amenities and appropriate teaching staff are also non-existent. Jul 8, 2014

Congress stands strong over LoP post

New Delhi, July 8 (ANI): The Congress party stood strong over leader of opposition post in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. The Congress in an effort to strengthen its claim is planning to send the letter to Speaker Sumitra Mahajan even as it is circulating a memorandum articulating its case for the post among its pre-poll allies. Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said that according to law his party deserves the post as it has the appropriate numbers. Meanwhile, BJD leader Jay Panda said the discretion of granting the post lies in hands of the Speaker of the house. However, CPI leader, D Raja said debate over the post of leader of opposition should not be dragged over technicalities in the parliament. As per laws, the main opposition party in the house must have at least ten percent seats for the Leader of Opposition post. Congress has only 44 lawmakers in a 543-member house. Jul 8, 2014