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7 top stories you must read from the dna newspaper today

Friday, 25 July 2014 - 8:53am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

1) Model 'traps' DIG Paraskar, accuses him of rape

A 27-year-old Goregaon-based model files a complaint with the Malwani police in Malad West that Deputy Inspector General Sunil Paraskar has allegedly raped her on multiple occasions. 

2) Most unwanted job: Government finds it difficult to find a special public prosecutor to try coal scam 

There is no taker for the job of special public prosecutor to try the illegal coal block allocation cases involving Jindal Steel, Aditya Birla group and others.

3) Pain and pride on 15th anniversary of Kargil war

He died fighting in Kargil in 1999. But ensured Rukhsana, his foster daughter, continues to receive sustenance long after he was gone "enjoying the hospitality of Apsaras (fairies) and watches over his family from the skies above".

4)Cairn's $1.2 billion loan to group co draws investor ire 

Cairn India investors and proxy advisory firms are up in arms against the company's recent move to extend $1.25 billion in loan to an unknown group company without making a fair disclosure, and have sought an investigation by stock market regulator, Sebi.

5)Glasglow Commonwealth Games 2014: opening ceremony has Scottish written all over it 

 At the end of the Ceremony lasting a little over two hours, plus the nearly hour-long prelude, Glasgow can be pretty proud of the product they came up with at Wednesday night's show. In a single word, it was "Scottish" all the way.

6)Rahul Gandhi tries to placate Narayan Rane 

The Congress high command on Thursday stepped in to salvage its Maharashtra unit, by assuring the rebellious leader and former chief minister Narayan Rane that his grievances would be taken care of.

7)Why Maharashtra Sadan? Mumbai hardly serves Maharashtrian fare

While Shiv Sena MPs are complaining about the non-availability of Maharashtrian food in Maharashtra Sadan in New Delhi, it is difficult to find Maharashtrian cuisine in the state's own capital, Mumbai.



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