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Thursday 24th July 2014
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Population: Approx 116,695
Longitude: 79.09
Latitude: 28.03
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Country: India (IN)
Weather Station: Bareilly
(about 29 miles away)

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News Headlines

Budaun sisters' graves submerged; exhuming work put off
In a setback to the CBI's investigation into the gang-rape and murder of two teenaged cousin in Uttar Pradesh's Budaun district, the work of exhuming the victims' bodies for a second autopsy was postponed as the overflowing Ganga submerged their graves. The CBI, which had started exhuming the bodies on Saturday, had to halt the work owing to heavy rains. "The graves are currently under 10 feet ...
Budaun gang-rape case: CBI takes kin of victims to Delhi
Budaun police superintendent L R Kumar who had grilled Pappu before the case was transferred to CBI said "testimonies of two persons Pappu and Najru are extremely crucial to get to the bottom of things.
Rising Ganga threatens Budaun rape victims' graves
Rise in the water level of the Ganga at Budaun posed a serious threat to the graves of the two cousin sisters who were gang-raped and murdered in the district last month. It could also nip in the bud the Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) reported plan to exhume the bodies for a second autopsy. According to the reports, around ten thousand cusecs of water had been released into the Ganges ...
CBI to exhume Budaun victims' bodies today
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday abandoned work to exhume bodies of the teenage cousins from Budaun who were gang-raped and murdered in May due to rain and flooding of the Ganga ghat where their bodies had been buried. Reports said the agency would exhume the bodies on Sunday. It wanted the bodies taken from the grave to conduct a second autopsy. Report said a panel of ...
Shame revisits Budaun; three gang-raped
Less than two months after the brutal gang-rape and murder of two teenaged cousins in Uttar Pradesh's Budaun district, three minor Dalit girls were allegedly gang-raped by seven people in the same district. The incident came to light on Tuesday after the parents of the victims, who had allegedly been gang-raped on Sunday, met senior officials and complained that the local police had lodged a ...
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Budaun, July 20 (ANI): The Central Bureau of Investigation has postponed the exhumation of the bodies of two sisters who were gangraped and murdered in the Badaun district of Uttar Pradesh.
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Sports Headlines

Sports Minister asks IOC to intervene in 'patka' row
New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal Wednesday has asked the the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to take up the issue of Indian basketball players being barred from 'patkas', a head covering in place of a turban, at the 5th FIBA Asia Cup held in China. Two Sikh players, Amritpal Singh and Amjyot Singh, were asked to remove their patkas before the start of India's ...
Kolkata Knight Riders invited for Global Sports Summit
FILE PHOTO: Venky Mysore (C), KKR CEO IPL champions Kolkata Knight Riders have been invited to the Global Sports Summit (GSS) to be held in Aspen, ...
Interview - World Cup will inspires Rio Olympics, says IOC's Bach
By Michael Hann GLASGOW (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro will host a successful Olympic Games in 2016 after the World Cup showed Brazil can cope with staging the biggest sporting events, International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said on Wednesday. “I think the success of the organisation of the World Cup helped, and will help, the organisation of the Games,” Bach told Reuters in an ...
Sports minister irked by turban row
Basketball's no-headgear rule has irked the sports minister who has reacted with anger after two Sikh members of the men's national team had to remove their turbans before they were allowed to play in the recent Asia Cup in China. Players are not allowed "Headgear, hair accessories and jewellery" under the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules but the Indian duo of Amritpal Singh and ...
16 city teenagers selected for Bajaj Allianz Junior Football Camp
Junior Football Camp is organize in association with Allianz, the official partner of FC Bayern Munich.
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