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Monthly News June 2015

People in Tunisian resort hold march aft...

People in Tunisian resort hold march after deadly beach attack

People in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse have held a march through the town expressing sympathy with the relatives of the victims who were killed in Friday’s deadly terror attack. According to the BBC, those killed in the attack were mostly tourists. The crowds gathered late on Saturday... read more »

Tihar Jail’s 3-tier security breac...

Tihar Jail’s 3-tier security breached; two undertrials dig tunnel to ...

In a daring jailbreak, two undertrials dug a tunnel in the country’s most secure prison, Tihar jail, and managed to escape. While one of the escaped convict was caught, the other one is still at large, as per news reports. Housed in Jail no 7, the two convicts reportedly scaled the wall and... read more »

BJP’s silence is deafening, claims...

BJP’s silence is deafening, claims Congress

The Congress on Monday claimed that the silence of the Bharatiya Janata Party over the issue of former IPL chairman Lalit Modi’s travel documents was ‘deafening’, adding that the people of the country were waiting for the Centre to take action against External Affairs Minister... read more »

Body of lynched school principal brought...

Body of lynched school principal brought to Krishnapur Police station

The lynched body of the Nalanda school principal, where two students were allegedly beaten to death yesterday, was on Monday brought to Krishnapur Police station. The students were allegedly beaten to death after a clash broke out between them and the school management, following which, the school... read more »

Separatist shutdown affects life in Srinagar

A separatist-called shutdown to protest ‘police high-handedness’ affected normal life in Srinagar on Saturday. The traffic on the strategic Srinagar-Jammu national highway,... read more »

BSF doing commendable job in guarding international border

Interacting with BSF jawans and officers posted in the Mizoram and Cachar Frontier yesterday, Pathak appreciated the hard work done by the troops and said they were doing a commendable job... read more »

Chennai metro tunnelling causes cave-in, road gulps car

Acrater more than 10 feet across swallowed a car after a combination of metro rail tunnelling and layers of loose soil apparently caused a sudden cave-in near Rajiv Gandhi Government... read more »


In an effort to curb soaring prices of onion in the domestic market, the government has increased the minimum export price (MEP) of onion by more than 140% from $175 per tonne to $425 a... read more »

Our margins are strong enough to service debt

Concerned about the dull business environment in the steel sector, Sajjan Jindal, chairman and managing director of JSW Group, has deferred his long-term investment plans. In an interview with Aditi... read more »