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NIA has identified 110 stone-pelters

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Hard times for professional poll managers

‘The personal charm of political leaders and ideology of parties make an impact on voters.’Read More...

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RSS-BJP gaining ground in red bastions

Experts say Kerala, Tripura and West Bengal are all witnessing changing social and political dynamics.Read More...

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Venkaiah wants to be people’s VP

‘I cannot live cut off from the public,’ Venkaiah Naidu said in Hyderabad.Read More...

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Hyderabad police unlikely to challenge terror acquittals

A senior official said the next course of action would depend on the legal opinion provided by the home department and the final view of the state government.Read More...

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Digital delivery system to boost rural housing plan

Ministry of Rural Development has devised a mason training programme to speed up construction in rural areas.Read More...

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Defence veterans want MoD to define ‘martyr’

In an RTI reply sent to The Sunday Guardian the Ministry of Defence has said that ‘the term Martyr is not being used in the Indian Army.Read More...

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Delhi has abysmal conviction rate in hit and run cases

Delhi has been one of the most notorious cities in terms of the volume of such cases.Read More...

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Tiger scare haunts Pilibhit

Pilibhit MP and Union minister Maneka Gandhi has taken up the matter with UP CM Yogi Adityanath.Read More...

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Farmer announces reward to catch enemy snake

‘A snake is seeking revenge from my son as he had killed his mate’.Read More...

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Gurinder Chadha’s movie relives partition

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Residential quarters of Delhi Police personnel are a picture of neglect

Poor maintenance, clogged drainage systems and overflowing dumpsters are among the common complaints. Read More...

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Rehabilitation of trafficked children proving to be a challenge

Inadequate resources, lack of trained personnel including quality counsellors, and ways to mitigate final compensation to the victims are some of the major hurdles that the rehabilitation process faces.Read More...

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Textile sector sees huge FDI inflows

FDI inflows have trebled in the fiscal year 2016-17 as the sector managed to receive $619 million during this period. Read More...

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JDU’s RS MP replaces Sharad Yadav, may join Union Cabinet

BJP president Amit Shah invited JDU to rejoin the NDA.Read More...

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Conservatives feel the need for renewal

Activists are now looking to the backbenches for a challenger to the stale state of Conservatism.Read More...

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