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‘Dengue death list incorrect’

Clearing the air, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation on Wednesday said that the list of 10 dengue deaths provided to mayor Azad Singh by the residents of Shahbad Daulatpur on Tuesday was incorrect

Govt releases data of riot victims identifying religion

Perhaps for the first time, the Home Ministry has identified the religion of victims of communal violence, saying 107 people lost their lives in riots this year, of whom 66 were Muslims and 41 were Hindus.

Cabinet approves Ordinance to negate SC order on lawmakers

An Ordinance to protect convicted MPs and MLAs from facing immediate disqualification was approved today by the Union Cabinet, in effect negating an order of the Supreme Court.

Srini’s re-election will be doomsday for Indian cricket: Modi

Former IPL chairperson Lalit Modi was his usual outspoken self when he said it will be a “doomsday” for the Indian cricket if N Srinivasan gets re-elected as BCCI president at the Board’s AGM on September 29.

Convergys confident about India growth; investing $25 million


BPO major Convergys is confident about India’s growth story, which is one of the reasons behind the firm investing over $ 25 million (about Rs 157 crore) in centres and real estate in the country.

Sheila Dikshit reaches out to Muslims


Reaching out to Muslims ahead of Assembly elections, Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit Monday listed out Congress’ contribution for the welfare of people, including minorities, and its efforts to maintain unity among people.

BJP hits out at Chidambaram for attacking Modi


Hitting out at finance minister P Chidambaram for attacking Narendra Modi, BJP on Monday accused him of indulging in “statistical jugglery” about the growth figures and making unfair comparisons of the UPA’s 9 years of rule with the NDA government’s achievements.

India most vulnerable to capital outflows: Moody’s


India is among the countries that are most vulnerable to capital outflows as it relies heavily on external funding, global credit rating agency Moody’s cautioned Monday.

States should punish those who incite communal strife: PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Monday asked parties to refrain from taking advantage out of communal strife and said states should crackdown on elements fanning such violence irrespective of their political affiliations or influence.

3,700 defaulters availed Property Tax benefit scheme


Over 3,700 defaulters have availed benefit of property tax settlement scheme by the north corporation, offering immunity from penalty and waiver of interest, with the civic body having collected tax of Rs 10 crore so far, officials said.

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