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Delhi Police file chargesheet in 2008 serial bombing case
The Delhi Police on Saturday filed a chargesheet against two suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists for their involvement in the 2008 serial blasts. ANI

Mangalore city airport likely to go international
Union Civil Aviation minister Praful Patel on Saturday said that the proposal to convert the Mangalore city airport into a international one would soon be taken to the Union Cabinet. ANI

Court extends Madhuri Guptas judicial custody
The judicial custody of Indian Diplomat Madhuri Gupta, who was arrested on charges of spying for Pakistans intelligence agencies, has been extended by 14 days. ANI

Delhi court remands UP MLA Ansari to 14-day police custody
A Delhi court on Saturday remanded Uttar Pradeshs independent MLA Mukhtar Ansari to 14 days police custody. ANI

Paswan, Sharad Yadav remember Shekhawat as a person beyond politics
As former Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat passed away on Saturday morning, a wave of sorrow overwhelmed the political leaders in the country. ANI

Paithani sarees get patent for protect against imitation
The handloom sarees from Paithan town in Maharashtras Aurangabad region are known for their exquisite designs and unique quality. ANI

Noted lyricist Javed Akhtar gets death threat
Bollywood lyricist and poet Javed Akhtar on Saturday received a death threat through an E-Mail about which he has intimated to the local police. ANI

India may get access to Headley by end May
India likely to get access to Lashkar operative David Coleman Headley at the end of May. ANI

President approves ordinance to dissolve MCI
President Pratibha Patil on Saturday signed an ordinance dissolving the Medical Council of India (MCI). ANI

Jharkhand impasse: BJP fails to take final call
The political crisis in Jharkhand continues with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) core committee failing on Saturday to take a decision on government formation in the state. ANI

President, Vice President, PM condole Bhairon Singh Shekhawats demise
Leaders across the political spectrum on Saturday condoled the sad demise of the former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat. ANI

Lyricist Javed Akhtar gets e-mail threat for criticizing Deoband fatwa
Lyricist and Rajya Sabha member Javed Akhtar on Saturday lodged a case with the Mumbai Police after he received a e-mail threat for criticizing a fatwa banning women working with men. ANI

Assam farmer provides a home to over 12,000 egrets
Kameshwar Rabha, a farmer in the Dirong Kothalguri Goalpara region of Assam, has proved himself to be a worthy ornithologist. ANI

Heat wave continues unabated in North India
Various parts of the Country continue to reel under intense heat wave following the mercury shooting beyond the normal temperatures as on Saturday. ANI

Kashmir farmers expect bumper cherry production in 2010
Cherry growers of Kashmir are expecting a bumper crop this year following timely rains and snowfall. ANI

Chinese court sentences attacker who knifed 29 kids to death
A court in China has sentenced Xu Yuyuan, the man who knifed 29 nursery kids and three teachers, to death. ANI

Himachal a home for opium cultivation?
Illegal cultivation of poppy and cannabis in Himachal Pradesh has increased with each passing year, particularly in Kullu, Mandi and the regions bordering Shimla district, according to some reports. ANI

Jharkhand tribals organize annual congregation to offer prayers
The Ho and Santhal tribes in Jharkhand have recently organized an annual congregation in West Singhbhum District to offer prayers for the well being of the tribe. ANI

China celebrates Tagores 149th anniversary
On Monday, China paid tribute to one of Indias most revered writers, Rabindranath Tagore, by giving impassioned readings of his poems. ANI

Chinese police warns of crackdown on potential school attackers
Police in China have warned that they will impose the law of the land firmly and without hesitation when dealing with anti-social elements like the men who brutally slashed elementary school children in two separate incidents. ANI

Ooty flower show has over 500,000 blossoms on view
The three-day annual Ooty Flower Show at Udaghamandalm in Nilgiri Hills of Tamil Nadu began on Friday. ANI

Suspected militants kidnap forest service officer in Arunachal Pradesh
Militants have kidnapped Vilas Bardekar, a senior Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer in Arunachal Pradeshs West Kameng District. ANI

Five militants killed in Manipur encounter
At least five militants were killed in a fierce encounter with Assam Rifles personnel in Manipurs Chandel District early hours on Saturday. ANI

Former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat dies
Former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat died at the Sawai Man Singh Hospital here on Saturday. He was 87. ANI

Suspected militants kidnap forest service officer in Arunachal Pradesh
Militants have kidnapped Vilas Bardekar, a senior Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer in Arunachal Pradeshs West Kameng District. ANI

BJP team meets Chidambaram over Manipur crisis
A four-member delegation of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) met Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday to demand that Manipurs territorial integrity be protected. ANI

Radiation risk still remains in Delhi scrap market: Greenpeace
Greenpeace has said there are still radiation-related risks to people at a scrap market in New Delhi where a person died last month after exposure to Cobalt-60 isotope. ANI

Gorkhas hold separate state demand torch rally
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) held a torch procession at Salugara town in West Bengals Jalpaiguri District in support of their demand for a separate state. ANI

Former vice president Shekhawats health deteriorates
Former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat has been admitted to a hospital in Jaipur after he complained of uneasiness and breathing trouble. ANI

Purdue University Confers Habil Khorakiwala an Honorary Doctorate in Pharmacy
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