No blueprint on Meghalaya illegal mine says Centre

New Delhi, Jan 5: The Centre told the Supreme Court that they were facing difficulties in the operation to rescue 15 miners trapped in an illegal coal mine in Meghalaya since December 13 as there was no blueprint of the 355-feet well.

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SC seeks action taken report on trapped Meghalaya miners

New Delhi, Jan 4: The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to file a status report on the action taken on the trapped miners.

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Dead or alive, they should be taken out says SC on Meghalaya’s missing miners

New Delhi, Jan 3: The Supreme Court has sought to know what action the Meghalaya government had taken trapped miners.

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In today’s world of cyber terror, why the snoop order on computers is the need of the hour

New Delhi, Dec 21: The order of the Ministry for Home Affairs authorising 10 agencies to monitor, intercept and decrypt data from any computer in the country has created a furore.

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Americans who helped missionary killed by Sentinelese tribe were into evangelical activities

img_0029-1Port Blair, Dec 2: The police believe that the American missionary John Chau was encouraged by two other Americans to go to the forbidden island, where he was killed by the Sentinelese tribe.

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2.0 leaked: Why is it so hard to stop the Tamilrockers?

Chennai, Dec 1: Nearly 12,000 websites were ordered to be blocked by the Madras High Court, which included 2,000 suspected sites of Tamilrockers.

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How a well-oiled conversion factory tried to convert the Sentinelese people to Christianity

New Delhi, Nov 29: It has become amply clear now that the American national killed by the Sentinelese tribe in Andaman and Nicobar was trying to enforce Christianity. The various notes and investigations following the death of John Allen Chau make it clear that he wanted to convert the people of the tribe to Christianity.

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Big boost: Financial powers of Army vice chiefs enhanced 5 times

New Delhi, Nov 9: The Defence Ministry has increased the financial powers of the Vice Chiefs of the three services for buying essential items that range from ammunition to fuel.

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Difference between Modi and Nehru jackets: Find out from the designer

modijacketsNew Delhi, Nov 3: The vests gifted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to South Korean President Moon Jae-in were ‘Modi Jackets’ and not traditional Nehru jackets as claimed by some, the company which makes them said on Friday.

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Raids on Amnesty International: Rs 36 crore foreign funding under ED’s scanner

Bengaluru, Oct 26: Human rights watchdog, Amnesty International was raided by the Enforcement under the Foreign Exchange Management Act. Two locations of Amnesty International were raided at Bengaluru, Karnataka and ED sources said that they suspected violations under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act and Foreign Direct Investment guidelines.

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