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J-K state administrative council to hold municipal polls in October

“Similarly, elections to panchayats will be conducted in eight phases with polling dates between November 8 and December 4 this year,” an official spokesperson said.

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Inmate of Bihar shelter home dies at hospital day after 2 women go missing

The Aasra shelter home had hit the headlines earlier this month when two of its inmates had fallen ill and were declared brought dead at PMCH.

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India vs England: Can't become bad player after one bad winter - Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali hopes the way he has so far performed with both bat and ball during the fourth Test against India at Southampton will mark a “fresh start” to his England career.

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CM Chandrasekhar Rao likely to dissolve Telangana House by mid-September

K Chandrasekhar Rao has been a strong votary of simultaneous elections to the Lok Sabha and state assemblies, a proposal pushed by PM Narendra Modi.

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J&J made Indian patients haggle for compensation after faulty hip recall

By December 2011, more than a year after the recall, the Johnson & Johnson’s helpline had traced 73 patients, of whom 31 were paid Rs 1,09,59,780 — approximately Rs 3.5 lakh each — in all, which included revision surgery, doctor visit, tests, and loss of job during surgery.

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Punjab's 'anonymity model' could help safeguard policemen's kin in J-K

Like in the Khalistan movement in Punjab through the eighties and nineties, the militants’ objective in Kashmir is to demoralise the state police. The Punjab administration had countered that threat by moving officers and men out of their home districts without formal transfer orders.

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India vs England: How Cheteshwar Pujara improved his game ahead of Southampton ...

Cheteshwar Pujara’s unbeaten 132 on Friday helped India post 273 in the first innings and take a 27-run lead against England on the second day of the fourth Test at the Ageas Bowl.

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Supreme Court judge reveals attempt made to influence her in ongoing case

Justice Indira Banerjee of the Supreme Court took lawyers by surprise on Thursday, disclosing in an open court room that an attempt was recently made to influence her in an ongoing corporate dispute

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I am a cook, never harmed anyone in my life, says father of man abducted by militants...

Militants had abducted 11 relatives of policemen or staff at the police quarters on Thursday night.

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Before 2+2 summit, US seeks to downplay fears of sanctions on India over Russia...

A senior US official has said the US might consider case-by-case exemptions for countries that significantly reduce their reliance on Russian weapons. Waivers for Russia-related sanctions in a recently amended US law are not country-specific or blanket, the official said.

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Asian Games 2018 Day 14 live score and updates: Amit Panghal eyes boxing gold

Live updates and live scores of Asian Games 2018: Amit Panghal look to win gold for India in men’s (49 kg) light fly category.

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Fear grips police force in Jammu and Kashmir as kin turn collateral

Militants abducted two more relatives of Jammu and Kashmir policemen on Friday taking the number to 11 within the last three days

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PM Narendra Modi to launch Post Payments Bank for financial inclusion today

As a part of the initiative, around 3 lakh postmen will offer services and financial guidance to customers in places where banking facilities are not available. The postal department have a rural penetration of 1,30,000 post offices, almost 2.5 times higher than the number of banks in these areas.

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Rafale deal 'multi-crore conflict of interest': Congress

Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi cited a report to allege that two days before then French President Francois Hollande signed the deal with PM Narendra Modi for delivery of 36 Rafale aircraft in 2016

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Supreme Court asks Centre, six states and BJP to respond to alleged public ad order...

The states that were directed to give their reply by a bench led by Justice Ranjan Gogoi are Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and Telangana. Except Telangana, the other five states are ruled by the BJP.

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Delhi high court suspends government's ban on oxytocin

In a blow to the government, Delhi high court on Friday suspended for a month the ban it had imposed on private companies from manufacturing and selling of hormone drug oxytocin

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Karnataka cabinet expansion to take place by third week of Sept: Siddaramaiah

There are seven vacancies in the state cabinet, which has a maximum strength of 34. While the Congress has six vacancies out of its share, the JDS has one.

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Maoist ideologues more dangerous than Naxals, UPA regime had told SC

Maoist ideologues are more dangerous than armed Naxals, the previous UPA-led regime had declared before the Supreme Court five years ago

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India, Nepal ink MoU for survey of key rail link

The MoU for preliminary engineering-cum-traffic survey of a broad gauge line between Raxaul and Kathmandu was signed on the margins of Bimstec Summit in Kathmandu by Indian ambassador Manjeev Singh Puri and secretary of Nepal’s physical infrastructure and transportation ministry, Madhusudan Adhikari.

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India, Pakistan agree on official visits to both sides of Indus basin

The 115th meeting of the India-Pakistan Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) was held in Lahore on August 29-30.

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In a first, govt to collect data on OBCs in 2021 census

India has been collecting data on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes since 1951, when the first census after Independence was conducted, but has not collected data on OBCs.

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Kumaraswamy, Chandrababu Naidu discuss anti-BJP front

After meeting Kumaraswamy, TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu said they want more regional parties to join the front. He suggested that as a first step, efforts would be made to bring all regional parties in south India to join hands to prevent the growth of the BJP in the region.

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Asian Games 2018: Day 14 India schedule, when and where to watch, live coverage...

Amit Panghal will look to win gold for India in men’s (49 kg) light fly category/

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Wife of lawyer arrested in Bhima-Koregaon violence case moves Supreme Court

The petition was filed by Minal Gadling, wife of lawyer Surendra Gadling, who was arrested on June 6 along with head of the English department of Nagpur University Shoma Sen, Dalit activist Sudhir Dhawale, activist Mahesh Raut and Kerala native Rona Wilson.

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Two dead, over 1,500 test positive with dengue in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh health minister Vipin Singh Parmar informed the state assembly that Bilaspur remained the worst hit district, where 783 cases of dengue were recorded. Solan district recorded 681 cases of dengue followed by 91 cases in Mandi and three in Sirmour, he said.

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Telangana hospital sacks four nurses for selfie with Nandamuri Harikrishna's bo...

Nandamuri Harikrishna, the son of former CM NT Rama Rao, had died in a road accident at Anneparthi village on Wednesday.

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Seven, including two of victim's friends, held in Bareilly lynching case

The victim, 20-year-old Shahrukh Khan, was among three people accused by residents of stealing a buffalo in Bholapur village.

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Asian Games: Indian women go down to Japan in hockey, clinch silver

India were playing in the final for the first time since 1998, when they had finished runners-up to South Korea. The Indian women’s team had finished with the bronze medal in 2006 and 2014.

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Congress attacks Centre over rising fuel prices, falling rupee

Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said petrol and diesel prices are at an all-time high and the common people, farmers, transporters and small and medium businesses are bearing the brunt.

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2 Indians among Ramon Magsaysay Award winners

Bharat Vatwani and Sonam Wangchuk are among six individuals who received the award, regarded as the Asian version of the Nobel Prize

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CBI takes Dabholkar's alleged shooter to crime spot in Pune

Sachin Andure was taken to Omkareshwar Bridge, where rationalist Narendra Dabholkar was shot dead by two motorcycle-borne assailants on August 20, 2013 while he was on a morning walk.

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PM Modi meets Nepalese counterpart to discuss economic, trade ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday met his Nepalese counterpart K P Sharma Oli on the sidelines of the 4th BIMSTEC Summit

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Asian Games 2018: Boxer Amit in Panghal in men's light flyweight final

Amit prevailed 3-2 in a draining contest to make the finals after Vikas krishan (75kg) had to withdraw from his last-four bout owing to an eye injury sustained in the pre-quarters.

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Demands like banning church confessions are knee-jerk reactions, says law panel

In its consultation paper on ‘Reform of Family Law’ the Law Commission said confessing in itself cannot be a criminal act.

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Asian Games 2018: Indian men's squash team lose to Hong Kong, settle for bronze

The Indian men’s team comprising Saurav Ghosal, Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu, Ramit Tandon and Mahesh Mangaonkar was no match for Hong Kong, who had won bronze in the last edition at Incheon, South Korea.

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Three-year-old Bengal boy shot in the head still critical, no arrest so far

The incident has triggered a blame game between the BJP and Trinamool Congress leaders. The victim’s father has accused BJP activists of committing the crime.

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As Mulayam talks of unity, defiant Shivpal Yadav says his party will contest all...

Within hours of Mulayam’s call for unity, Shivpal Yadav said his Samajwadi Secular Morcha would contest all the 80 seats of the state in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

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Crew error behind near-crash of Rahul Gandhi's plane: DGCA report

The Congress had sought an investigation after an aircraft carrying party president Rahul Gandhi and four others from Delhi to Hubli developed a glitch.

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Rahul Gandhi wanted ceremonial see-off from Chinese ambassador for Kailash Mansarovar...

BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra sought to know from the Congress as to which politicians and officials Rahul Gandhi will meet during his visit to China and accused the Congress president of holding brief for China everywhere like a “Chinese spokesperson”.

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Virat Kohli becomes second fastest Indian to 6000 Test runs

The Indian captain reached the milestone on the second day of the fourth Test against England at Southampton. Kohli reached the milestone in his 119th innings, which makes him the ninth fastest in Test history.

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Petrol, diesel prices at record high

Fuel prices have again witnessed a hike on Friday morning with petrol being sold at Rs. 78.52 per litre and diesel at Rs. 70.21 per litre Delhi

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Hizbul Mujahideen chief's son sent to NIA custody till Sept 10

The second son of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin was arrested on Thursday by the NIA in connection with a 2011 terror funding case for allegedly receiving money from his father.

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Census 2021 will collect data on OBCs for the first time

The disclosure came after Home Minister Rajnath Singh reviewed the preparation for the Census 2021.

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UIDAI extends deadline for Aadhaar enrolments, updations for banks

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has asked banks to ensure that at least eight enrolments or updations are carried out daily in each stipulated branch from November 1, 2018, to avoid financial disincentives to be applicable from July 2018.

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Rahul Gandhi leaves for Kailash Mansarovar yatra

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday left the national capital to undertake the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

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Two more relatives of Jammu and Kashmir cops abducted taking number to 11 in three...

The abducted relatives of policemen include two brothers of police officers and nine sons.

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One dies, 60 students hospitalized after 'eating mid-day meal' in Koderma

Parents alleged that students were served rotten and worm-laced gram with potato in the mid-day meal causing food poisoning to students.

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Suresh Prabhu tweets about 'maharaj' added to Mumbai airport name; so what? Ask...

Suresh Prabhu’s tweet about the new name of the international airport in Mumbai has not gone down well with Twitter users as they questioned whether the change will bring about any real development.

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India vs England, live cricket score updates, 4th Test Day 2 at Southampton: Virat...

India vs England live cricket score updates, 4th Test Day 2 at Southampton: Virat Kohli and co. will look to establish a big first innings lead after bundling England out for 246 on the first day.

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400 more soldiers petition Supreme Court against AFSPA's dilution

About 350 soldiers had moved the top court with a similar request earlier this month.

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Law panel releases consultation paper on personal laws

Instead of a full-fledged report on a uniform civil code, the law panel preferred a consultation paper as it had little time at hand to bring out a comprehensive report.

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UP woman commits suicide after police refuse to file FIR of rape

The woman’s husband Ramvir has alleged that she was upset after police refused to file an FIR in the case and they were exerting pressure on the victim to reach a compromise with the accused, Vinay Kumar.

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Restaurants, shops should mandatorily display if meat used is halal or jhatka: EDMC...

The panel’s decision now awaits the nod of the EDMC House and the municipal commissioner before it is implemented.

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At Bodh Gaya monastery, children were made to dance nude with head monk: Cops

Sujoy, the head monk of the centre, was arrested on Wednesday on charges of sexually abusing more than a dozen boys and produced the next day in a local court in Gaya.

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Stalker slits throat of minor for rejecting marriage proposal in Telangana

An engineering student killed a 16-year old girl by slitting her throat after she spurned his marriage proposal.

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India's world-beating growth not enough to end jobs drought

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to address these challenges. He’s introduced a nationwide consumption tax, an insolvency code for companies and a program to boost domestic manufacturing under his signature Make in India campaign.

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Has demonetisation worsened India's 'change' problem?

The statistics worth looking at in this year’s report are those which give details about the denomination-wise break-up of the currency in circulation.

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PM Modi holds talks with Thai counterpart, reviews bilateral ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held “productive talks” with his Thai counterpart Prayuth Chan-ocha during which the two leaders reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral ties.

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SC defers hearing on Article 35A to January after Centre warns of security issue...

Attorney general KK Venugopal told the Supreme Court bench that a larger number of paramilitary forces are moving to Jammu and Kashmir for the purpose of elections, adding that if any sensitive issues come up during this period, then it could lead to law and order situation.

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SC cancels criminal proceedings against Malayalam actor Priya Prakash Varrier

No complaint would be entertained against the actress or the filmmakers because of picturisation of th winking song, the Supreme Court said.

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Ahead of SC hearing on Article 35-A, shutdown in Kashmir, protests in Jammu

Thursday’s strike was part of a two-day shutdown called by the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL). Protests have been held across the length and breadth of Kashmir over the past month in support of continuing Article 35-A

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Rabri Devi, Tejashwi Yadav get bail in IRCTC scam case

A special court, that had asked the accused to appear before it on August 31, granted them bail.

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IAF choppers rescue 19 stranded on island in Arunachal Pradesh's swelling Siang

Officials in Dibrugarh district of neighbouring Assam are on also on the alert and keeping tab on the water level in the Brahmaputra, which is still below the danger mark.

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India has 1.3 billion people, but fewer than 1,000 diplomats

With roughly 940 foreign service officers, India has one of the most understaffed diplomatic corps of any major country -- just slightly higher than New Zealand’s 885 officers, or Singapore’s 850.

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Parliamentary panel to seek sops to boost digital payments

Committee wants incentives to also cover bulk transactions in the business to business (B2B) sector.

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Economy formalised, tax base widened: Arun Jaitley on demonetisation

Finance minister Arun Jaitley wrote that the positive impacts of demonetisation included the formalisation of economy, more money in the system, higher tax revenue, higher expenditure and higher growth after the first two quarters.

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Maharashtra govt case against arrested activists hinges on 'digital data'

The state’s home department, which cleared the controversial multi-state raids and arrests, is convinced that the emails recovered provide “ample evidence” against activists for working as fronts for a banned Maoist group, the CPI (Maoist), and conspiring against the government.

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Decades in the making: Orson Welles's last film finally sees light of day

Welles shot The Other Side Of The Wind between 1970 and 1977, and worked on it till his death in 1985.

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'I couldn't keep her request but that didn't soured our relations'

Amrita Pritam was a famous Punjabi writer and poet, who became the first woman to win the National Sahitya Akademi Award in 1956.

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India vs England: Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami rewarded for...

India’s pace pack has won high praise on this tour of England, but their remarkable early show at Southampton on Day 1 of the fourth Test was down to work done away from the cameras.

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UP cops stop man from selling son for pregnant wife's treatment; donate money and...

Arvind Kumar, who also has a three-year-old daughter, told police that he decided to sell his son after failing to get help from his relatives and friends.

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British minister uses UK-made naan exports to India as post-Brexit success story

Britain’s treasury minister on Thursday used the example of a UK bakery exporting naan to India as a “go-getting” reshaping of post-Brexit Britain as a global trading nation.

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My mandate is to win hearts through dialogue: Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal...

The first career politician in five decades to hold the governor’s post in Jammu and Kashmir speaks to Hindustan Times.

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J&K governor to ask Supreme Court to put off Article 35A hearing

In an interview to Hindustan Times, Jammu & Kashmir’s new governor Satya Pal Malik — who is the administrative head of the state which has been under Governor’s Rule since the fall of the BJP-PDP government in June — said the administration would tell the top court that the views of the state’s people can only be represented by an elected government.

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Asian Games 2018, Day 13 live scores and updates: India eye record medal tally

Asian Games 2018 live scores and updates of Day 13: India will aim to continue their medal run and look to surpass their best-ever medal tally of 65, achieved in the 2010 edition of the mega-sporting event.

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Militants abduct relatives of 5 policemen in south Kashmir

Militants on Thursday night struck at various places in south Kashmir and abducted kin of policemen

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Kathmandu declaration will aim to sharpen focus

The Kathmandu declaration will narrow down the focus to connectivity, trade, counter-terrorism, livelihood issues and disaster management, the officials said.

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HRD ministry brings Atal ranking for institutions to promote innovation

Named after former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the ARRIA “will rank educational institutions for innovation output based on all major indicators and parameters used globally”, HRD minister minister Prakash Javadekar said.

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Activists held for alleged Maoist links return home after Supreme Court reprieve

A day after the Supreme Court refused custody of the five activists — lawyer and trade union activist Sudha Bhardwaj, poet P Varavara Rao, activist Gautam Navlakha, and lawyers Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves — to the police and ordered house arrest till September 6, Pune police commissioner K Venkatesham said investigations will continue in the case.

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Bimstec summit: PM Modi discusses ties with Sirisena, Hasina

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina and Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on the sidelines of the BIMSTEC summit and discussed ways to strengthen bilateral ties

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Rahul Gandhi demands parliamentary probe in Rafale jets deal

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday stepped up his attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and finance minister Arun Jaitley on the Rafale jets deal

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Odisha governor's Rs 46 lakh trip to his home state had prior approval from Rahtrapati...

Ganeshi Lal, who belongs to Haryana, had used a chartered aircraft to reach Delhi and then a helicopter to visit his hometown Sirsa a few days after he took over the gubernatorial office in May

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Demonetisation helped PM Modi's 'crony capitalist' friends: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi said the Prime Minister owed an explanation on why he “inflicted such a deep wound” to the people at a time when the country was facing pressing problems such as unemployment and low growth rate in the GDP.

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India to seek clarity on Russia waiver in 2+2 talks

Under current US rules, third countries can face sanctions for deals with Russia’s defence or intelligence sectors. President Donald Trump recently signed a defence spending bill that amended the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act to grant waivers against certain conditions that India fulfils easily.

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Diarrhoea, dengue rising in flood-hit Kerala: Health ministry

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Thursday said cases of leptospirosis, acute diarrhea and dengue are rising in flood-hit Kerala and that the Centre is closely monitoring the situation

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Railways ties up with GAIL to use natural gas in production units, workshops

The railways signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with state gas utility GAIL today to use natural gas in its workshops and production units

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India rejects Pakistan's objections on two hydropower projects: Official

India has rejected Pakistan’s objections on its two hydropower projects on the Chenab river, a Pakistani official said on Thursday, as the crucial high-level bilateral talks on the Indus Waters Treaty concluded in Lahore.

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Asian Games 2018 Day 13 India schedule: When and where to watch, live coverage on...

Asian Games 2018 Day 13 India schedule: A look at India’s medal hopes on Day 13 of Asian Games 2018.

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Pushed back 500 people to Assam, claims Mizo students' body

The outfit’s activists have started keeping a vigil on the Mizoram-Assam border following publication on July 30 of the final draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, in which 40 lakh applicants were left out.

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PM Narendra Modi stresses on regional connectivity at Bimstec summit

Bimstec leaders agreed to enhance counter-terror cooperation and to hold a meeting of their home ministers to discuss related issues.

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Tripura student attempts suicide after teachers force him to get 'rakhi' tied by...

The 18-year-old student had jumped from the terrace of his school building on Monday after he was forced by two teachers to get a ‘rakhi’ tied from a class 10 girl of the same school in Agartala

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India committed to working with BIMSTEC members to enhance connectivity: PM Narendra...

The BIMSTEC is a regional grouping comprising India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan and Nepal. The grouping accounts for 22% of the global population, and has a combined gross domestic product of $2.8 trillion.

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Unidentified men attack Rajasthan NSUI chief ahead of university elections

Rajasthan National Students Union of India (NSUI) president Abhimanyu Puniya and his associate Ranveer Singhania were injured late on Wednesday when a dozen unidentified men

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Demonetisation helped PM Modi's 'crony capitalist friends', says Rahul Gandhi

Decision was not a mistake but a ploy to help the rich launder their black money, says Rahul Gandhi at a press conference.

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India, China in talks to establish hotline between defence ministries: Beijing

India and China are holding talks to update a 12-year-old defence agreement and establish a hotline between the two defence ministries as part of confidence-building measures, a top Chinese defence ministry official said on Thursday.

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Youth Congress workers protest against PM Modi government's Rafale deal

Hundreds of Indian Youth Congress (IYC) workers on Thursday staged a protest against the Centre over the Rafale fighter aircraft deal

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Jat stir: High court restrains Haryana from withdrawing criminal cases

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Wednesday restrained the Haryana government from withdrawing of 407 FIRs registered in cases of violence during the protests by the Jat community for reservation in February 2016.

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Government silencing those working for the marginalised: Stan Swami

The raids were carried out as part of a probe into the violence between Dalits and upper caste Peshwas near Pune after ‘Elgar Parishad’ event on December 31 last year

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BJP to organise events across India to mark one month of Vajpayee's death

BJP workers will host a poetry event in 4,000 places on September 16, during which audio recordings of Vajpayee’s poems will be played. The second event will start from September 17, the birthday of PM Modi and continue till the birth anniversary of party ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyaya on September 25.

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Kiki challenge lands two J&K boys in jail

Veenesh Chibber and Chetan Bali were arrested for taking the Kiki challenge. The incident came to light after the boys filmed the video of the act and shared it on Facebook on Wednesday evening.

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Varavara Rao returns home, calling arrest of activists 'government conspiracy'

Varavara Rao, 78, is one of the five activists who were arrested by the Pune police in raids in five cities for their alleged links with Maoists on Tuesday

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Rajasthan education body warns of 'salary deduction' if teachers' day unattended

The Rajasthan government is planning a grand celebration on Teachers’ Day and in its endeavour to make it successful the education department has issued this order.

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Azhagiri says want to return to DMK, but brother Stalin won't accept me

Azhagiri has been in political hibernation since his expulsion from the party in 2014 by the late Karunanidhi. The former union minister was sacked at the height of his fight with Stalin over establishing supremacy in the party.

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SC/ST members cannot claim quota benefits in another unless caste is notified there:...

The Supreme Court bench, however, held that the central reservation policy regarding SC/ST quota would be applicable in New Delhi.

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'Less than 6 hours left...': Rahul Gandhi nudges Arun Jaitley over Rafale deal

Rahul Gandhi had announced the 24-hour challenge in response to Arun Jaitley’s 15 questions for the Congress in a blog post accusing the Congress chief of “peddling untruth” on the Rafale deal.

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Suspended for violence, Class 10 student shoots at principal in UP's Bijnor

The principal was rushed to a hospital where his condition was said be out of danger, police said.

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Kerala floods claimed 483 lives, 15 still missing: CM Pinarayi Vijayan

The Chief Minister said the Meteorological department gave out adequate warnings regarding the rains but the unprecedented showers led to a deluge.

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All-party delegation meets Rajnath Singh, seeks more funds for flood-hit Kerala

An all-party delegation from Kerala met Home Minister Rajnath Singh and urged him to provide more funds to the flood-hit state and allow foreign assistance.

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Clarify your stand on term 'Hindu terrorism', Shiv Sena asks BJP

The Shiv Sena demanded that the BJP, which is in power at the Centre and in Maharashtra, should clarify its stand on the term “Hindu terrorism”

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Children allege monk called them to bedroom, sexually abused them at Buddhist centre...

The children said Bhante Shanghpriya Sujoy used to call them in their bedroom and sexually abuse them. They also said they were beaten up by him and even threatened with dire consequences if they refused to oblige him.

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Case against me based on false statements, says arrested activist Varavara Rao

Varavara Rao is among the five accused activists under house arrest till September 5.

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At UN, India says it hopes new Pakistan govt will try to build terror-free Sout...

India said it hoped the newly-elected government in Pakistan will “constructively to build a safe” and secure South Asian region free of terror and violence.

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Lalu Prasad surrenders before CBI court in Ranchi after parole extension was de...

Lalu Prasad’s extension request for parole on medical grounds was rejected by the Jharkhand high court.

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India vs England: If momentum is anything then India start favourites in Southa...

India have tried three different opening pairs in three Tests and while England have stuck with the same pair, the numbers produced by them aren’t painting a rosy picture.

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PM Modi arrives in Kathmandu for BIMSTEC Summit