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  • All Naga legislators unite to pursue peace process and drive it to 'logical conclusion'
  • BWWA dedicates day to BSF families, addresses their issues
  • BJP believes in reaching to last man standing in the line : Yogi
  • Medical cyclotron facility ‘Cyclone-30’ becomes operational at Kolkata
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PIL seeks probe in 1948 Gandhi assassination

PIL seeks probe in 1948 Gandhi assassination

New Delhi, Oct 6 (UNI) The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Union of India, on a petition filed by an IT consultant, seeking a re-investigation in the 1948 Mahatma Gandhi assassination case. A bench, headed by Justice L Nageswar Rao and also comprising Justice SA Bobde, appointed senior counsel, Amarendra Sharan, to assist the court as an Amicus Curiae in the case. Mumbai-based IT consultant, Dr Pankaj Kumudchandra Phadnis, has filed the Public Interest Litigation seeking a re-investigation in the assassination of the Father of the Nation. Dr Phadnis, in his petition, claimed that Gandhi's death should have been probed, as there was still complete mystery about the fourth bullet reportedly fired by Nathuram Godse. "The matter should be re-investigated and have a thorough probe," Dr Phadnis contended. UNI XC RP1707

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All Naga legislators unite to pursue peace process and drive it to 'logical conclusion'

All Naga legislators unite to pursue peace process and drive it to 'logical conclusion'

18 Sep 2018 | 9:58 PM

New Delhi/Kohima, Sep 18 (UNI) In a major push to the Naga peace talks and to drive the parleys to its 'logical conclusion', all the 60 Members of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Tuesday
unanimously reconstituted the Joint Legislators' Forum.

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BWWA dedicates day to BSF families, addresses their issues

18 Sep 2018 | 9:15 PM

New Delhi, Sep 18(UNI) Remembering the unsung heroes, the martyrs of the force with their families, Border Security Force (BSF) on Tuesday felicitated the brave widows of the bordermen and their children.

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Sushma told Sidhu before Pak trip:

Sushma told Sidhu before Pak trip: "Don't get hyper", "You've to come back to India"

18 Sep 2018 | 9:12 PM

New Delhi, Sep 18 (UNI) Amid controversy that Navjot Singh Sidhu was reprimanded by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for 'messing' up the diplomatic talks with Pakistan on Kartarpur Sahib corridor, the BJP on Tuesday claimed that even before his departure, Ms Swaraj had counseled the former cricketer not to 'get hyper'.

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Medical cyclotron facility ‘Cyclone-30’ becomes operational at Kolkata

18 Sep 2018 | 9:06 PM

New Delhi, Sep 18 (UNI) The medical cyclotron facility ‘Cyclone 30’ the biggest cyclotron in India for medical application became operational this month when 30 MeV beam reached the Faraday Cup for the first time last week at Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC), Kolkata, the Department of Atomic Energy said here on Tuesday.

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Prez launches logo & web portal for commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniv

Prez launches logo & web portal for commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniv

18 Sep 2018 | 9:04 PM

New Delhi, Sep 18 (UNI) President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday launched the logo and the web portal (http://gandhi.

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