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26 July 2015 News Headlines

by Giz TimesJuly 27, 2015

26 July 2015 News Headlines – India

  • Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan have been cleared of all charges in IPL 2013 spot fixing case, BCCI unimpressed
  • Former Supreme Court judge says SC should take suo motu notice of Raman’s report in Yakub Memon’s case; against death penalty
  • NCRB report reveals the highest number of suicides in the capital over love affairs
  • Catholic nun in Kerala disallowed to sit for AIPMT as she was wearing headscarf and a cross, school principal says objected on accounts of frisking
  • PhD student in St. Stephen’s College releases audio clip revealing that the principal blocked the release of her stipend cheques
  • BJP and AAP feud reaches the streets in the form of posters and hoardings
  • Cloudburst at Amarnath Yatra base camp in Jammu and Kashmir kills three
  • Uttarakhand government identifies 400 villages as earthquake prone areas; tries for relocation of the residents
  • CBI registered FIR against 38 accused in Vyapam scam
  • Study by Indian Council of Medical Research reveals head and neck cancer most common in Indian men and third most common ailment in women

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26 July 2015 News Headlines

26 July 2015 News Headlines

26 July 2015 News Headlines – World

  • Obama chides African nations over the inequality in gay rights in Kenya
  • After taking on IS, turkey batters Kurds in Iraq
  • Australian nurse accused of terrorist links arrested on return home from Syria
  • Light plane crashes in japan, sets several houses on fire, three killed
  • Hotel in Somali capital Mogadishu attacked, explosion kills at least 10
  • More than 100 police surrender to the Taliban after the militants capture their base in Northern Afghanistan
  • Columbia’s president suspends air strike on Farc rebels; hopes to end the conflict and encourage peace talks
  • Syrian president admits the lack of manpower in the country’s army, acknowledges the inability to cover every region in the civil war
  • Israeli police enters Jerusalem’s Al- Asqa mosque to tackle Palestinian rioters allegedly throwing fireworks and stones at them

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