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Sunday, August 23, 2015
Top Headlines: NSA level talks: Pakistan cries off pre-midnight deadline
The jinxed India- Pakistan NSA-level talks on terror finally collapsed on Saturday evening, with Islamabad pulling out of the engagement alleging that India had "unilaterally" killed the dialogue by imposing pre-conditions: a charge which was promptly rejected by New Delhi.
The rising number of dengue cases across the city has prompted the Noida Authority to levy steep fines on people whose houses are found to be breeding spots of the dengue-spreading Aedes aegypti mosquito.
Once again, citizens of the IT City showed how apathetic they are to choosing their civic representatives. Just 45 per cent of the nearly 74 lakh electors cared to vote in Saturday's fiercely fought BBMP elections.
The government today hiked the minimum export price of onions sharply by $275 per tonne to curb shipments and boost domestic supply to control spiraling retail prices that have touched up to Rs 80 per kg.