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Top 7 news of the week: Outrage over rapes in Delhi, Maggi noodles return, V K Singh sparks row over dog analogy in Dalit deaths, more

Sun October 25 2015, 8:24 am
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    Saturday: Delhi rapes
    New Delhi: Two children, including a two-and-half-year-old were brutally raped in the capital, a week after the grisly sexual assault on a minor, triggering outrage and a political slugfest between rival parties, with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal accusing the police of being a complete failure in providing security to women. (Representational Image: Reuters)

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    Sunday: Kashmir protests
    Srinagar: A truck conductor, injured in a petrol bomb attack in Udhampur nine days back, succumbed to his injuries today, triggering protests in some parts of Kashmir even as nine people were arrested for the assault and five of them slapped with the tough Public Safety Act. (AP)

  • MAGGI noodles

    Monday: Maggi noodles set for return in Karnataka and Gujarat
    New Delhi: Paving the way for Maggi noodles' return, Karnataka and Gujarat have lifted ban on manufacturing and sale of Nestle India's popular instant food brand. (Reuters)

  • dalit attacked

    Tuesday: Two Dalit kids burnt alive
    Faridabad (Har): Two children of a Dalit family were today burnt alive and their parents suffered injuries allegedly after some persons from upper caste set their house afire while they were sleeping. (PTI)

  • Sikh protestors

    Wednesday: Sacrilege in Punjab
    Chandigarh: Punjab remained tense today with Sikh activists continuing protests against incidents of sacrilege and killing of two youth in police firing last week while central para military forces held flag marches. (PTI)
    (Image Caption: Panj Payara directing SGPC to terminate services of Sikh high priests from Akal Takht after Sikh clergy didn't appear before them in Amritsar on Friday. (PTI))

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    Thursday: V K Singh sparks row over dog analogy in Dalit deaths
    Ghaziabad/New Delhi: Union Minister V K Singh today kicked up a huge political row when he tried to shield the government from blame in the Faridabad Dalit burning incident, saying the "government cannot be held responsible if somebody stones a dog". (PTI)

  • dalit attacked

    Friday: Dalit writer attacked in Karnataka
    Bengaluru: Amid continuing countrywide protests by writers over "rising intolerance", a young Dalit activist and writer was allegedly attacked by unidentified men whom he suspects to be right wing activists, for his alleged "anti-Hindu" writings in central Karnataka and warned that his fingers will be chopped off if he does not stop it. (Thinkstock)

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