Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina

From Politics & Policy Jan 13, 2013

India, Pakistan Set for Flag Meet on Friday after Fresh Cross-Border Firing

Fresh cross-border attacks were reported along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Kashmir as Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged heavy gunfire late Saturday.

From Society Jan 11, 2013

Pakistan Twin Blasts Kill 115; Scenes of Disaster in Pictures

Around 115 people were killed and several dozens injured in the twin bombings that ripped through the south-west city of Quetta in Pakistan on Thursday, reported Associated Press.

From Politics & Policy Jan 10, 2013

Bomb Weighing 1.5 kg Found in Slain Jawan's Body; Maoist Encounter in Jharkhand Claims 14 Lives

An autopsy performed on the body of a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan, recovered from the site of Monday's fierce gunfight with Maoists at Jharkhand, detected the presence of an explosive device inside.

From Politics & Policy Jan 10, 2013

India-Pakistan LoC Firing: UN Body Seeks to Probe Ceasefire Violation

The UN military observer group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP), an establishment of the United Nations peacekeeping mission that mediates issues concerning the dispute over Jammu and Kashmir, will launch an investigation into the ceasefire violations along the state's Line of Control (LoC).

From Politics & Policy Jan 09, 2013

Railway Fares to Increase 2-10 Paise/km from Jan 21

Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Wednesday announced a hike in passenger fares that will take effect Jan 21.

From Politics & Policy Jan 09, 2013

India Condemns Pakistan's Ghastly Attack on Jawans; Soldier's Body Found Decapitated

India is expected to warn Pakistan at the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) meet on Wednesday over the brutal killings of two Indian jawans near the LoC in Kashmir.

From Politics & Policy Jan 08, 2013

Jharkhand CM Arjun Munda Resigns after JMM Pulls Plug on BJP

Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda announced his resignation a day after the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha's (JMM) brokes ties with the ruling BJP government on Monday.

From Companies Jan 04, 2013

Infosys Denies Sacking 5,000 Employees, Says "Chronic Under-Performers" Encouraged to Leave

Infosys Ltd on Friday slammed a newspaper report that said it was planning to lay off 5,000 poor- performing employees to cut costs, Reuters reported.

From Companies Dec 28, 2012

After Ratan's Retirement, All Eyes on Cyrus Mistry to Carry Forward Tata's Legacy

Business tycoon Ratan Tata will step down as chairman of Tata Group on Friday. Now all eyes are on his successor, Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, if he can carry forward the legacy of India's biggest industrial house.

From Politics & Policy Dec 27, 2012

Delhi Gang-Rape Victim Shifted to Singapore Hospital; May Receive Intestine Transplant

The 23-year-old medical student, whose brutal attack by six men rocked the nation and triggered one of the biggest protests in Delhi, was flown to Singapore on Wednesday in a last-ditch effort to save her.