July 17, 2015- News Headlines

by Giz TimesJuly 17, 2015

July 17, 2015- News Headlines- India

  • Unreleased data from Socio Economic and Caste Census reveals that 35% of urban India is BPL
  • Some people accused in the VYAPAM scam are in favor of CBI probe, claim that they were made scapegoats
  • About 90,000 people affected by the floods in Assam, 19 relief camps set up
  • Government caps the prices of 39 more medicines, including drugs to control diabetes and digestive disorders; prices of 500 medicines controlled by now
  • No one living in the Bangladeshi enclaves in India ready to go back to Bangladesh
  • India to play Zimbabwe in the first t20 led by Rahane
  • Unprovoked firing from Pakistan at LOC in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi reacts strongly warning a firm response
  • Prime Minister’s visit to Varanasi cancelled due to the accidental death of a labourer
  • A young couple attempts suicide in the grounds of Taj Mahal, after their parents refuse to get them married because of different religions
July 17, 2015- News Headlines

July 17, 2015- News Headlines


July 17, 2015- News Headlines- World


  • After Chad, Cameroon bans full face Islamic veil, including burqa, following tow suicide bombings
  • IS militants in Sinai claim to have carried out a missile attack on the Egyptian naval vessel
  • Australia holds memorial service to mark the anniversary of MH17 crash in Ukraine that killed 298 passengers, including 38 Australians
  • UN announces deal with rich and poor country to finance Sustainable Development Goals to end global poverty
  • German parliament to vote on whether to allow negotiations on the Greece bailout deal
  • Legendary Uruguayan forward Alcides Edgardo Ghiggia dies at the age of 88, scored the winning goal against Brazil in World Cup 1950
  • BBC investigation reports, a British medical student recruited at least 16 students to IS, persuaded them to head to Syria
  • Fifa official caught in a raid in Switzerland extradited to us, could soon face court in New York
  • Polar bears unable to adapt to losses to food caused due to warmer summers in the Arctic
  • China grapples to clean the environmental damage that its rapid growth over the last three decades has caused

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