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Families in Pimpri await relatives’ return from U’khand

Even as the rescue work in flood-hit Uttarakhand nears its end,three families in Pimpri-Chinchwad and one inTalegaon still await the safe return of their loved ones who have gone missing following the natural disaster.

Bits and Pieces: MP to give Rs 10 lakh to kin of crash victims

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced Rs 10 lakh each for the families of soldiers killed in the helicopter crash in Uttarakhand.

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‘There are Indians stuck in cities other than Tripoli,help them’

Families of those stranded in Libya have alleged that while governments of other countries have already evacuated almost all their citizens from Libya.

BPL houses: Draw of lots from March 8

After The Indian Express reported anomalies and a gaffe in the draw of lots for the allotment of flats to below poverty line families.

Families of abducted men meet Buddha

The families of Inspector Partho Biswas and schoolteacher Soumyajit Basu—who were abducted by Maoists.

Victims’ kin say want justice,not money

The Centre has announced it would pay compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to families of the people killed Valley.

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Men are hopeless at living on their own

Men can’t live the best life when they are on their own,a new study claims.

Indians cheer as Saudi drops job clause for resident visas to worker kin

Millions of expatriates in Saudi Arabia including Indians are heaving a sigh of relief as the government here has decided to issue permanent resident visas to families of the workers....

AF crash families to get $24,500 as 1st compensation

Air France will pay families about USD 24,500 in initial compensation for each victim of the crash of Flight 447 this month.

Soldiers in Kashmir gear up for Holi

Holi is around the corner and the soldiers are hoping that the festival of colour bring some cheer to their lonely lives away from home.

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Will meet Rajnath, JNU VC today: AIATF

New Delhi, Feb 15 (ANI): All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) Chairman M S Bitta on Monday asked that when Afzal Guru was proved guilty and sentenced to death by the Supreme Court, then why this matter was raised again by the political parties. He further said that they will meet Home Minister Rajnath Singh and JNU VC today regarding the conflict that is going on. Bitta added that if the government will not take action, then families of martyrs will sit outside JNU and will urge the government for justice.

Attack on Pakistan university highly condemnable: Manohar Parrikar

New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday condemned the recent terrorist attack on the Bacha Khan University in Pakistan. He said any kind of terror attack is reprehended. He expressed his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and evoked strong sentiments, saying that killing of civilians or any form of violence is condemnable.

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