Express 5: Sleepless in Hisar after day of violence; Indian man isolated in Delhi after a positive Ebola test

We present you the top five stories from today’s edition of The Indian Express.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: November 19, 2014 9:08 am
We present you the top five stories from today’s edition of The Indian Express. We present you the top five stories from today’s edition of The Indian Express.

We present you the top five stories from today’s edition of The Indian Express.

1. Godman showdown 

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The security personnel are waiting to arrest Rampal and produce him in court, while his followers are determined to stop them. Our reporters Dipankar Ghoses and Varinder Bhatia narrate the tussle between the supporters of “godman” Sant Rampal — many of them armed with guns and petrol bombs and 4,000 security personnel waiting to arrest godman Rampal.
READ MORE:  Sleepless in Hisar after day of violence: Baba is missing

2. Ebola in India

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A 26-year-old Indian man, who landed in Delhi from Liberia on November 10 with a certificate from the Liberian government stating that he was “cured” of Ebola, has been kept in isolation at the Airport Health Organisation’s quarantine centre at Delhi Airport. His semen samples tested positive for the virus.
READ MORE: ‘Cured’ of Ebola in Liberia, Indian man isolated in Delhi after a positive test

3.Nanavati commission report

nanavatiLJustice (retd) GT Nanavati has indicated that he did not find any justification to summon the then chief minister Narendra Modi to examine his role in the Gujarat riots of 2002, even though the CM and his Cabinet were included in his probe commission’s terms of reference.
READ MORE: No reason to call Modi, claims Nanavati, turns in his 2002 riots report

4. Coachless Hockey India
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India’s Champions Trophy preparations have been left in tatters after chief coach Terry Walsh decided to fly back to Australia on Tuesday. The 60-year-old will leave for Perth on Wednesday after his contract talks with sports ministry and Hockey India failed to materialize.
READ MORE: Walsh walks out, leaves door ajar

5. Opinion

languageLHighlighting Indo-Germanic closeness should not be left to historians and altphilologen. It is a task and commitment for politicians, movers and shakers of today in both our countries.

READ MORE: ‘Closeness of the Indo-Germanic language family is not just heritage… it’s a mandate and assignment for us’

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