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Air India Pilots Threaten to Quit

Over 100 pilots have threatened to quit the airlines, alleging that the airlines management is adopting discriminatory decision against them. Nov 1, 2011
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Bomb Found on L.K. Advani's Route

A pipe bomb was found on the route of senior Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP leader L.K. Advani's second leg of the Jan Chetna Yatra. Oct 28, 2011
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Forbes India Rich List: Mukesh Ambani is Richest Indian

According to Forbes, India's richest people are getting poorer due to fall in stock prices, corruption scandals and global economic slowdown. Mukesh Ambani, head of Reliance Industries, is the richest Indian according to Forbes India Rich List. Oct 27, 2011

Rajat Gupta Surrenders before FBI, Arrested

Rajat Gupta, former Goldman Sachs director and ex-global head of McKinsey & Co, surrendered before the federal authorities Wednesday in connection to a hedge fund scam. He has been arrested and is in FBI custody. Oct 26, 2011
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J&K: 5 terrorist attacks in 2 days

Just on the heels of the statement made by Omar Abdullah that the Armed Forces Special Powers Act and Disturbed Areas Act would be revoked in some parts of the state, five terrorist attacks have taken place. Oct 26, 2011

India Expresses Concern over Travel Advisories by US, Other Countries

India is concerned about the travel advisories some countries have issued to their citizens. The US, UK, New Zealand, Canada and Australia have asked their citizens to be cautious while travelling to India, citing threats of terrorist attacks. This has prompted the country to raise its voice against the advisory. Oct 26, 2011
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Diwali Disturbs Man's Best Friend

Horrifying time for pets, especially man's best friend, has arrived. You may hear dogs bark every night but not during Diwali season. With people bursting firecrackers everywhere - on the streets, by-lanes and terraces, stray animals bear the worst brunt of Diwali celebrations. Oct 25, 2011
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Mass Rape in Kashmir: SHRC Calls for Fresh Probe

The State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has called for a fresh probe into a decade-old alleged mass rape incident in two villages in Jammu and Kashmir. The government has been asked by the SHRC to set up a special team to re-investigate claims that as many as 31 Kashmiri women were raped by members of the Indian Army in 1991. Oct 25, 2011
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Armed Forces Special Power Act: Ajit Seth Meets Omar Abdullah

A high-level team from the Centre has met with Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, and his top bureaucrats, to resolve issues regarding the proposed withdrawal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from selected areas in the state. Oct 24, 2011

Indian Army Chopper Lands in PoK, Army Officers Detained

An Indian Army helicopter was forced to land after it strayed into Pakistan-occupied Kashmir this afternoon. The Pakistani armed forces have detained four Indian army officers on board the chopper for violating the airspace Oct 23, 2011