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  • Unnao girl’s father wants ‘Hyderabad-like’ justice

    Unnao girl’s father wants ‘Hyderabad-like’ justice

    The survivor’s father, an ironsmith belonging to the Lohar community, told ET how the local police of Bihar village in Unnao district were callous whenever his daughter had approached them for help after being raped last year. The father and sister-in-law of the deceased have spoken of a caste power play at work as both the key accused were Brahmins.

    Jungle Raj thing of the past: UP Police tells Mayawati

    Jungle Raj thing of the past: UP Police tells Mayawati

    UP Police's post comes in the middle of national furore over the burning of a 23-year old rape victim survivor in Unnao on Thursday as well another act of brutal relentlessness coming to light from Chitrakoot where a dancer was shot at in a wedding after she stopped dancing for the guests.

    Unnao rape case survivor airlifted to Delhi for further treatment

    Unnao rape case survivor airlifted to Delhi for further treatment

    The young girl from Unnao was raped last year in December by Shivam Trivedi and his friend Shubham. After being released on bail last week, Trivedi, along with his friend caught the victim off guard when she was on her way to Raibareli on Thursday morning to present herself in the local court.

    Aditya Birla Group completes 50 years in Thailand

    Aditya Birla Group completes 50 years in Thailand

    "We are here in Thailand with whom India has a strong cultural linkage. And we are marking 50 years of a leading Indian industrial business in Thailand. This reaffirms my belief that commerce and culture have inherent powers to unite,” said the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, who was present at an event taking place in Bangkok.

    NCLT admits insolvency plea against Cox & Kings

    NCLT admits insolvency plea against Cox & Kings

    The company said last month that the International Air Transport Association (IATA) had terminated its licence to sell air tickets and asked it to surrender the IATA ID card.

    India turns net copper importer for first time in 18 yrs

    India turns net copper importer for first time in 18 yrs

    The closure of Vedanta’s copper smelter in Tuticorin wiped out more than 46% of the country’s production of the base metal. As a result, imports of refined copper shot up to touch Rs 14,000 crore last year.

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