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UK police launch major counter-terror dr British police on Tuesday launched a major counter-terror exercise in London partly influenced by the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris in January, just days after an Islamist gun massacre in Tunisia. 30-Jun-2015
Zimbabwe begins building $100m platinum Zimbabwean platinum firm Zimplats begins building a $100 mln platinum refinery, as part of President Mugabe's policy to process the metal at home. Unprocessed minerals are currently sent to S. Africa, losing Zimbabwe millions of dollars in revenue. 30-Jun-2015
Iran's Zarif back at nuclear talks seeki Iran's foreign minister kept his cards close to his chest Tuesday as he returned to the fray in marathon nuclear talks with major powers after consultations in Tehran, saying only he wants a "just" deal. 30-Jun-2015
Kejriwal lauds Budget, takes jibe at Cen New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday lauded the budget made by the Delhi government. He said that rumors are being spread that the budget has led to inflation but actually they have cut down theft in many areas. He also took a jibe at the Central government's unfulfilled promises saying that before elections BJP promised to bring back black money and after victory they are spreading yoga and Swachh Bharat campaign. Kejriwal also said that he has been trying to meet the Prime Minister but the latter seems too busy. He said that the entire nation is watching that the Central government is not letting the Delhi government function properly. He added that if BJP continues to carry such negative attitude, it will face the same consequences in Bihar as it did in Delhi polls. The Delhi Budget 2015-16 later got passed in the assembly. 30-Jun-2015
It's official: Chris Christie is in New Jersey Governor Chris Christie formally launches his 2016 presidential run, vowing to bridge the partisan divide in Washington with blunt talk. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 30-Jun-2015
Merkel says unaware of new EU proposal o German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday she was not aware of any new EU debt deal proposal to Greece after European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker raised the prospect of a last-minute solution. 30-Jun-2015
Hotels helped tourists hide during Tunis An employee at the Marhaba hotel for only three weeks, Mohammed was on the beach during Friday's carnage -- which saw a gunman kill 38 people in a beach resort in Port el-Kantaoui. 30-Jun-2015
Egypt: pro-President Sisi demo held outs Outside the mosque where the funeral of state prosecutor Hisham Barakat was held, a crowd of 50 protesters chanted: "The people demand the execution of the Muslim Brotherhood. 30-Jun-2015
Scuffles at protest over Myanmar charter Angry crowds scuffle with police in downtown Yangon in a protest against the Myanmar army's veto on constitutional change, blamed for the defeat last week of a charter reform bill backed by Aung San Suu Kyi. 30-Jun-2015
At least 116 feared dead in Indonesia mi At least 116 people are feared dead after an Indonesian air force transport plane crashed into a major city shortly after take-off and exploded in a fireball, officials say. 30-Jun-2015
Spanish frolic in fountains to cool down People in southern Spain use public fountains to cool down as the heatwave hits hard. 30-Jun-2015
DU professor GN Saibaba gets bail for th Nagpur, June 30 (ANI): The Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted temporary three months' bail to Delhi University professor GN Saibaba to undergo medical treatment for his failing health condition. Saibaba was arrested on grounds of alleged naxal links and remained in jail for one year. His wife Vasantha Kumar hoped that he will be granted permanent relief after three months too. Saibaba has been asked to furnish a personal bond of Rs 50,000. 30-Jun-2015
Military plane crashes soon after take o Indonesia, June 30 (ANI): Rescuers pulled out more bodies from the wreckage of an Indonesian military plane that crashed shortly after taking off on Tuesday (June 30). Rescuers lined-up in front of the wreckage to pass bodies to an awaiting hearse as more than 50 people are reported to have died in the crash. The military transport plane crashed into a residential area shortly after take-off and the death toll looked set to rise after it emerged that more than 100 people had been on board. The crash of the C-130B Hercules aircraft, which went into service half a century ago, is bound to put a fresh spotlight on Indonesia's woeful air safety record and it's ageing planes. 30-Jun-2015
Major tragedy averted: IED recovered fro Gauripur, June 30 (ANI): A major tragedy got averted after IED recovered from a railway track in Assam was defused by BDS through controlled explosion. The incident happened in Gauripur district of the state. The high intensity time bomb was placed in a plastic bag. Passengers informed the railway police about the unattended bag as soon as they found it. A few days back a powerful improvised explosive device (IED) was detected by security forces at Sonitpur district of Assam. 30-Jun-2015
FICCI delegation calls on PM Narendra Mo New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): An 11-member delegation from the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry - FICCI - called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. Members of the delegation appreciated various steps taken by the Union Government to improve ease of doing business, and for the "Make in India" initiative. The Prime Minister was also informed of the launch of the India Sanitation Coalition, under the aegis of FICCI. The Prime Minister urged Industry to be more proactive towards the cause of sanitation, as part of their CSR initiatives. The Prime Minister urged Industry leaders to take advantage of the various initiatives being taken by the Union Government for the infrastructure sector, including railways. 30-Jun-2015
PM Narendra Modi meets CII Delegation New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): A 15-member delegation from the Confederation of Indian Industry – CII – called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. The delegation members praised Government initiatives such as Ease of Doing Business, Make in India, Smart City Mission, Housing For All, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Clean Energy Mission, and Jan Dhan Yojana, describing them as "visionary, innovative and high-impact." The CII delegation also noted the significant policy announcements for macroeconomic management, including PAHAL for targeted transfer of cooking gas subsidy, and raising of FDI limits in various sectors. The Prime Minister welcomed the suggestions and exhorted CII to motivate Indian industry to work towards increasing self-reliance in key identifiable sectors within a fixed timeframe. 30-Jun-2015
Airbus Defence CEO calls on PM Modi; exp New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Airbus Defence and Space CEO Bernhard Gerwert called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. Gerwert discussed various projects in India, in the aerospace, defence and civil aviation sectors with PM Modi. Gerwert further recalled the Prime Minister's visit to the Airbus manufacturing facility in Toulouse, in April. He also expressed Airbus's keen interest in becoming a partner in the "Make in India" initiative, through a cluster approach with regional partners. The Prime Minister welcomed the interest shown by Airbus, in India. 30-Jun-2015
YC Modi appointed as Additional Director New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Senior IPS officer YC Modi was on Tuesday appointed as the Additional Director in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Modi had been part of a Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) that probed 2002 Gujarat riots cases. Modi is presently working as Additional Director General of Police in Shillong. Rupak Kumar Dutta, Additional Director, CBI, has been appointed as Special Director in CBI by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet. Dutta, a 1981 batch Karnataka cadre IPS officer, has been associated with the investigations of a number of sensitive matters including 2G scam case. 30-Jun-2015
Congress protests against Tawde for alle Mumbai, June 30 (ANI): The Congress staged a protest against Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde here on Tuesday over the allegations of irregularities in awarding a Rs 191 crore contract. Tawde had earlier said that the allegations levelled against him are false and a 'political conspiracy'. Tawde is facing allegations of irregularities in a contract awarded by him. The finance department has sought a detailed probe into allegations of irregularities in a Rs 191 crore contract awarded by Tawde's School Education Department without e-tendering. The contract which was cleared by Tawde, was put on hold after the finance department objected to it. 30-Jun-2015
Karnataka Govt. forms SIT into Lokayukta Belgaum, June 30 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Home Minister KJ George on Tuesday informed that an SIT has been formed to investigate the graft charges levelled against the state Lokayukta. Corruption watchdog Lokayukta is facing the worst ever crisis in Karnataka, with the chief of the institution, Justice Y Bhaskara Rao, himself facing corruption charges. Rao on Monday ordered Upa Lokayukta Justice Subash B. Adi to stop further investigation into corruption charges against some officials in the anti-graft body. 30-Jun-2015
Jairam Ramesh should quit politics if he Jaipur, June 30 (ANI): Firing salvos at Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday asked the former to quit politics if he fails to prove his 'baseless' allegations against Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. The Congress party had earlier accused Raje's son Dushyant Singh of taking compensation money for the Dholpur Palace, a government property. It had also accused Raje of illegally occupying the Dholpur Palace along with former IPL chief Lalit Modi through a private company. Jairam Ramesh had reportedly claimed that Raje's estranged husband had admitted before a court that the palace was the property of the Rajasthan government. 30-Jun-2015
Delhi govt will co-operate with Centre o New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): The Delhi government has said that it will fully co-operate with the Central government over investigation by the SIT in 1984 anti-Sikh riots which led to many deaths. He said that the victims of the riots will be provided with lawyers free of cost to help them in the legal process. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the Delhi government had formed an SIT earlier but it couldn't function because the assembly got dissolved soon. Then the Central government formed an SIT, so the state government will support Centre in the investigation process. 30-Jun-2015
Obama hosts Rousseff at White House U.S. President Barack Obama and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff are meeting at the White House during a visit aimed at bolstering economic ties. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) 30-Jun-2015
Greece counts down to default Euro-zone stocks, low-rated bonds and the euro are hit as Greece looks set to default on a crucial repayment due to the International Monetary Fund, likely plunging it deeper into financial crisis.As Ciara Lee reports Greece's EU-led bailout also expires at the same time. 30-Jun-2015
Passengers in shock after Japan train su The body of a man who set himself on fire, and a woman who also died, have been removed from a bullet train in Japan, leaving passengers in a state of shock. Diane Hodges reports. 30-Jun-2015
Electricity expense of Kejriwal: Rs 91,0 The General Administration Department of Delhi Government has furnished the copies of electricity bill of Kejriwal's Civil Lines residence running into Rs 91,000. The RTI query was filed by Vivek Garg, an advocate and RTI activist. 30-Jun-2015
Two inmates escaped from Tihar jail, one Two prisoners escaped from Tihar Jail through a tunnel they made. One was arrested while running away. 30-Jun-2015
Chinese premier urges Greece to stay in China wants Greece to stay in the euro and is ready to offer support on the debt crisis, Premier Li Keqiang says, as Athens faces a referendum that could see it leave the single currency. 30-Jun-2015
28 dead in attack on Shiites in Yemen cl The Islamic State group claimed an attack on two Huthi rebel leaders in Sanaa on Monday night that medics said had killed at least 28 people, including eight women. 30-Jun-2015
WOMAN GANG STRIKES IN JEWELLERY STORE, R " In Madhya Pradesh’s Satna a woman gang reportedly robbed Rs 49,000 from a jewellery shop. The accused polished off the money from the pocket of another customer. The entire incident was recorded in the CCTV camera of the shop. The police are now in search of the gang. " 30-Jun-2015
No survivors expected after Indonesia pl At least 55 people have been killed in a military plane crash in northern Indonesia, although officials say the death toll is likely to rise. Rob Muir reports. 30-Jun-2015
MINOR FIRE IN DELHI POLICE HEADQUARTERS, A minor fire broke out in the Delhi Police headquarters building in central Delhi at around 9 am. No one has been injured so far. 30-Jun-2015
Priyanka vadra notified to disclose deta The State Information Commission on Monday directed the Public Information Officer to disclose, within 10 days, full information about Priyanka Vadra's land at Chharabra, Shimla. 30-Jun-2015
Chris Christie promises straight talk in New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will formally launch his presidential bid with a vow to be the blunt-talking Republican who tells it like it is. Linda So reports. 30-Jun-2015
Pakistan Played Big Drama in The Name of Gilgit Baltistan, June 30, 2015:- India raised objection on June 8 elections in Gilgit Baltistan, people of Gilgit Baltistan out rightly rejected elections but Pakistan bulldozed all voices of reason and dissent. It went ahead with the sham elections, ISI barred local leaders to contest elections, hundreds and thousands of Pakistani's were transported on the voting day, it was a drama and leaders were once again selected and not elected. Pakistan Muslim League (N) has emerged victorious in the recently held elections to Gilgit Baltistan legislative assembly. The party has won 14 seats out of the total 24 -- enough to form the government on its own. However, the nationalists allege the PML (N) has followed the suit of its predecessor Pakistan People's Party (PPP) by rigging elections. It has been a tradition in Gilgit Baltistan that whatsoever party holds power in Islamabad tries to influence the electorate to win elections. Earlier, in the 2009 elections, the PPP swept the polls in the mountainous region, when it was holding power at the centre. Nationalists say any party, whether PML (N) or PPP, operates on the instructions of Pakistan's spy agency -- ISI --- in the disgruntled region, as it helps them in winning the elections. The first election for Gilgit Baltistan Legislative 30-Jun-2015
Team India for Zimbabwe tour announced The team selected for the Zimbabwe tour will be lead by Ajinkya Rahane 30-Jun-2015
NATO convoy in Kabul hit by car bomb At least 17 people are injured after a suicide bomber attacked a NATO convoy traveling down the main road from the airport to the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Diane Hodges reports. 30-Jun-2015
Congress demands Supreme Court to monito New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday said that party does not trust the investigation being held into the Vyapam scam by SIT formed by the Madhya Pradesh government. Singh said that a petition has been filed by him in the Supreme Court demanding to form a committee to monitor the investigation which should be conducted by the CBI. Singh said that SIT is not investigating the case in a proper manner. He also said that the case is becoming weaker as investigation is not being held considering all angles. 30-Jun-2015
Delhi to face heavy inflation soon Delhi finance minister Manish Sisodiya proposed the VAT bill which could make the financial situation tough for the public 30-Jun-2015
Delhi Assembly passes amendment to VAT A New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): The Value Added Tax (Amendment) Bill was passed by the Delhi Assembly on Tuesday. The Bill was passed even as the Assembly witnessed high drama after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Vijender Gupta tore off the amendment papers and his party MLAs staged a walkout from the session. The bill will make enabling provisions for levy of VAT in respect of goods enlisted in the Fourth Schedule at flexible rates instead of a flat slab of 20 percent. 30-Jun-2015
Coalgate : Manmohan Singh responsible fo New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): Former home secretary and BJP leader R K Singh on Tuesday said that it was the responsibility of the then-prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh to keep a tab on the happenings in the Coal Ministry with regards to the coalgate scam. Earlier in the day, former minister of state for coal Dasari Narayan Rao alleged that all the decisions related to coal blocks were taken by the then-prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh who was in-charge of the Coal Ministry. Rao was speaking to reporters after appearing before a court in the case. A Delhi court adjourned till July 13 a case against opposition Congress party leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal and Rao in the coal scam. Rao said Singh was in-charge of the coal ministry during the scam. 30-Jun-2015
Bjp opposes Annant Singh's arrest Bjp troops protest against the arrest of JDU's Annant singh calling out Akhilesh Sarkar as a use and throw party. 30-Jun-2015
Delhi C.M electricity bill amounts to Rs An RTI filed by Vivek Garg revealed that Delhi's C.M bill amounted to Rs 91 thousand. 30-Jun-2015
Bombay HC allows Nestle to export produc New Delhi, June 30 (ANI): The Bombay High Court has allowed Nestle to export its products to other countries before setting of a new date for hearing of their ban related petition. Meanwhile, the Nestle India versus Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) case has been adjourned till July 14. The company had sought a judicial review of the order dated June 5, 2015 passed by the FSSAI and against the order dated June 5, 2015 by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Maharashtra. The FSSAI had earlier directed Nestle India to withdraw nine variants of Maggi noodles, found unsafe, from the market and to stop further production and sale of the same. The order to Nestle stated that the regulatory body has noted three 'major violations', namely the presence of lead detected in the product in excess of the maximum permissible levels; misleading labelling information on the package reading 'No added MSG'; and thirdly the release of a non-standardised food product ' Maggi Oats Masala Noodles with Tastemaker' in the market, without risk assessment and grant of product approval. 30-Jun-2015
Godhra Accused Arrested Gujarat ATS arrested Irfan today. Irfan is accused for 'Godhara Kand'. 30-Jun-2015
Questioned over the Death of Two accused Congress questioned over the death of two accused on the Wyapm Scandal. State Government refused all allegation. 30-Jun-2015
Scourge on Director's Death Death of two of student, DPS school Director dies after being thrashed by a mob,police station incharge suspended 30-Jun-2015
Last-ditch bid from Greece Greece has submitted a new two-year aid proposal to its creditors, calling for debt restructuring in what seemed like a last-ditch effort by Athens to resolve its impasse with lenders. Ciara Lee reports. 30-Jun-2015
More overtime pay for Americans President Obama proposes to make almost 5 million more Americans eligible for overtime pay. Business groups are crying foul. Fred Katayama reports. 30-Jun-2015
Kareena Saif and his kids Ibrahim enjoyi Kareena Saif and his kids Ibrahim enjoying holidays in london 30-Jun-2015
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