Top News Headlines of 13 February 2010

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 13 February 2010:

  • Against the backdrop of alleged involvement of BSF personnel in the killing of a teenager in Srinagar, Government today said it followed a “zero tolerance” policy towards aberrations in armed forces’ behaviour with the public and such incidents will be dealt with strongly.
  • India’s locally developed farming techniques look set to take their place on the world heritage map alongside the country’s national parks of outstanding beauty and its grand monuments to culture.
  • All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary Jayalalithaa, leading a demonstration here to highlight the problems of sugarcane farmers, alleged that sugarcane cultivation in Tamil Nadu was facing an uncertain future owing to the anti-farmer policies of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam government.
  • The U.K. announced a partial lifting of the ban on student visas in north India, sending a wave of relief among thousands of genuine students who are at an advanced stage of enrolling at British universities.
  • The BSF has constituted an internal inquiry into the killing of a Kashmiri youth after a constable of the paramilitary force was found to be involved “prima facie.”
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Top News Headlines of 13 February 2010
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