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Monthly News August 2015

We are not beggars: Patels demand reserv...

We are not beggars: Patels demand reservation at Ahmedabad rally

Gujarat’s Patel community on Tuesday organised a mega rally under the leadership of 21-year-old Hardik Patel in Ahmedabad to press for reservations under the OBC quota. “We are not beggars. What we are asking for is our right,” said Hardik Patel, who is the convener of Patidar... read more »

‘Historic moment’ as Britain...

‘Historic moment’ as Britain reopens embassy in Iran after four...

Tehran: In a significant development that marks immense improvement in Iran-West relations, United Kingdom on Sunday reopened embassy in Tehran. The embassy was closed in 2011 after hardliners angry over imposition of sanctions had stormed the compound, smashing windows and burning British... read more »

UN chief Ban Ki-moon appalled by Islamic...

UN chief Ban Ki-moon appalled by Islamic State’s ‘barbaric̵...

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday he was appalled by reports that Islamic State militants had demolished a temple in Syria’s ancient Palmyra. IS fighters packed explosives in the Baal Shamin temple and blew up the shrine on Sunday, Syria’s antiquities chief said.Ban also... read more »

Sensex in red again, falls over 300 pts ...

Sensex in red again, falls over 300 pts in volatile mid-day trade

After recouping around 400 points from Monday’s mega fall in morning, the benchmark BSE Sensex plunged back into the negative zone in late morning deals and was down by 326.88 points at 25,414.68. The index slipped in late morning trade following sustained selling seen in tech, power,... read more »

Nestle India goes up by nearly 2%, defies broader market trend

Defying the broader market trend on Monday, Stocks of Nestle India gained nearly 2% in morning trade on the bourses. The shares opened at Rs 6,100.00 and surged 1.76% to an high of Rs... read more »

Onion prices to touch Rs 100 per kg soon?

New Delhi: Rising onion prices over the past few weeks are giving a hard time to consumers. Stockists are making the most out of the situation. Despite the government increasing the... read more »

Fire at Japan Kawasaki steel plant near Haneda airport

A large fire has broken out at a steel plant near Haneda airport south of the Japanese capital, Tokyo. There have been no reports of injuries, say Japanese officials. A fire official told... read more »

South Korea demands apology as talks drag on with North over tensions

Seoul, South Korea (CNN)South Korean President Park-geun hye said Monday that she’s still waiting for an apology from North Korea as marathon talks between the two sides over a... read more »

Explosion at U.S. Army base outside Tokyo lights up night sky

Multiple explosions and a large fire at a U.S. Army depot lit up the night sky in a Tokyo suburb early Monday. No injuries were reported. The blast happened after midnight at the Sagami General... read more »