Top News Headlines of 27 September 2014


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  • Former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J. Jayalalithaa gets 4-yr jail. Rs 100 crore as fine. Confiscation of all seized properties. Immediate imprisonment, and no private medical treatment. term in corruption case, barred from being CM or MLA for 10 yrs.
  • Pakistan’s ceaseless effort to internationalize the Kashmir issue earned a sharp rebuke from PM Narendra Modi, who told the UN General Assembly that it was a pointless exercise when there were many more pressing issues facing the region and the world.
  • The Delhi government has released its equity contribution of Rs 200 crore to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for construction work of Phase III projects.
  • A 19-year-old boy, who had allegedly opened up a bank ATM in Mumbai to steal money , was arrested on Saturday . Sameer Ansari, a BCom student, had learnt the technique of systematically opening an ATM through online research, said police.
  • The docking of a Chinese submarine in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on a longrange deployment patrol earlier this month is yet another indicator of the everincreasing forays of the People’s Liberation Army-Navy (PLA-N) in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).
  • The Mamata Banerjee government has waived the penalty on Wipro’s delayed payment for the 50 acre allotted to it at New Town, Rajarhat, in the hope that it will stop the IT giant from leaving Bengal and also help attract other IT firms to investing in the state.
  • Yoga got a strong leg-up on the world stage when PM Narendra Modi called for observing an International Yoga Day, describing the ancient science as “India’s gift to the world.
  • Saurav Ghosal overcame his “nightmares“, after choking in the singles final, as he combined with Harinder Pal Singh Sand hu to help India beat Malaysia 20 and win the men’s team gold medal, the first in squash in the continental games, here, on Thursday .
  •  FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke will be visiting India in October in what will be his second visit to the country in two years.
  • World No. 3 Petra Kvitova overcame Eugenie Bouchard 6-3 6-4 on Saturday to win the inaugural $2.4 million WTA Wuhan Open, her third title of the year.
  • The US-led coalition widened its air strikes against the ISIS group in Syria on Saturday as British warplanes took off for antijihadist missions over neighbouring Iraq.
  • Remnants of volcanoes, towering ridges and deep trenches have been discovered on the seabed of the southern Indian Ocean by experts mapping the underwater terrain as part of the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
  • An East Devon metal detector enthusiast has stumbled upon one of the largest hoards of Roman coins to be ever found in Britain. The British Museum has announced the find: 22,000 Roman coins dating to around the 341 AD.
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Top News Headlines of 27 September 2014
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