Top News Headlines of 15 August 2010

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 15 August 2010:

  • Mauled by a depleted New Zealand in the opening game, injury-ravaged and battle-weary India will have to raise their game significantly against Sri Lanka in the second match to stay afloat in the one-day cricket tri-series here on Monday.
  • Mauled by a depleted New Zealand in the opening game, injury-ravaged and battle-weary India will have to raise their game significantly against Sri Lanka in the second match to stay afloat in the one-day cricket tri-series here on Monday.
  • China on Sunday observed a national day of mourning for the more than 1,200 people killed in last week’s massive landslides in northwest Gansu province as heavy rains continued to batter the country.
  • Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday announced government jobs for 50,000 youths over the next few months. “Nobody,” Omar said, “can be so stone-hearted as not to be touched by what has happened, and no eye can be without tears over the loss of lives”.
  • China will observe a national day of mourning on Sunday in memory of those killed in the last week’s massive floods in northwest Gansu province, even as the toll in the calamity rose to 1,239 while 505 are still missing.
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Top News Headlines of 15 August 2010
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