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July 15, 2015- News Headlines

by Giz TimesJuly 15, 2015

July 15, 2015- News Headlines- India
• Supreme court says, states cannot release life convicts, final hearing to take place on 21st July
• Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches Skill India Campaign in New Delhi today
• Governing Council of Champions League Twenty -20 scraps the tournament with immediate effect
• Supreme court appointed committee suspends Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for two years in relation with betting activities
• FSSAI urges Bombay high court to reconsider its decision to allow Nestle to export Maggi noodles instead of destroying it
• Death toll in Andhra Pradesh Pushkaralu festival stampede rises to 27
• The bodies of 4 policemen abducted by Maoist rebels have been found in Chhattisgarh
• CBI begins probe in VYAPAM scam, first set of FIRs registered

July 15, 2015- News Headlines

July 15, 2015- News Headlines

July 15, 2015- News Headlines- World
• Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhgari appreciates the progress Nigerian film industry is doing and prepares to save it from piracy
• Two tanks catch fire after explosions in Southern France, electronic device found near petrochemical plant
• Greek ministers debate over economic measures necessary for Eurozone bailout deal
• Reports from the United Nations AIDS agency declare that the goal to treat 15 million patients by the end of 2015 had already been met in march, 9 months ahead of schedule
• Cricket Australia bans all rounder James Faulkner after a case of drunk driving; Faulkner to miss England and Ireland tour
• 94 year old former bookkeeper at Auschwitz, the Nazi death camp, sentenced to four years of prison by the German courts
• Iran finalizes historic nuclear deal with six major world powers
• A statement released to the media reveals, Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Muhammad Omar has backed peace talks with the Afghan government
• The home secretary has disallowed the use of water canons on the streets of Wales and England, UK
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