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Mukul’s entry energises BJP Bengal Cadre

Around 1,500 e-rickshaw drivers from the Jalpaiguri district of North Bengal left the TMC to join BJP. Read More...

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It’s Hindutva, Vikas and caste for BJP in Gujarat

Jignesh Mevani and Alpesh Thakor have energised Congress voters, but not added new voters to the party’s kitty. Hardik Patel is working to mobilise ‘disgruntled BJP voters’, but that too largely Patels. Patel voters, in terms of numbers, matter much less than Kolis and are just equal to Gujarati tribals. Read More...

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Ivanka hotel changed for fear of Rohingya threat

Rohingya presence near Falaknuma and alerts about ISIS militants having infiltrated into the country prompted the move. Read More...

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Jagan is open to working with BJP

The only condition is BJP’s support to his agenda of special status for AP. Read More...

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Revanth flip-flop on resignation embarrasses Rahul

Rahul Gandhi will address a rally at Warangal on 20 November and wants the resignation issue settled by then. Read More...

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Students participate in civic awareness drive

The Utpal Shanghvi Global School and Prabhavati Padamshi Soni International Junior College organised a civic awareness drive in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on the occasion of Children’s Day. Read More...

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Kishor fades into political oblivion

At present, he has only one client, Jagan’s YSR Congress Party. Read More...

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Unhappiness in RJD over prominence given to Tejashwi

Confirming the ascension of Tejashwi Yadav as his political successor, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad has stated that Tejashwi, his younger son, will lead the party in the next Bihar Assembly elections. Read More...

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Ministries hiring PR firms to give the right message

The move is a bid to counter the ‘negative campaign’ being run by the Opposition parties.Read More...

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Railways’ app will predict confirmation of waitlisted tickets

The move is part of Indian Railways’ bid to revamp the IRCTC website. Read More...

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ASI orders nationwide survey of 92 ‘missing’ monuments

According to the Ministry of Culture, ASI has spent over Rs 3,000 crore in 2016-17 for the protection and conservation of monuments across the country. Read More...

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Indian company will provide citizen services in Afghanistan

An Indian company has bagged a prestigious contract for providing citizen services in Afghanistan. Read More...

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‘India is yet to exploit full potential of DBT in education’

Parth J. Shah, president, Centre for Civil Society (CCS), talks about challenges in the current Direct Benefit Transfer system in education. Read More...

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Infosys under scanner for GST glitches

The role of Infosys, which was assigned the work of creating, updating and maintenance of the GST portal, is under scanner as traders are complaining about its poor performance. Read More...

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Consumers suffer from slow internet speeds

Despite being a major internet market, consumers in India are yet to experience high speed and reliable internet connections. Read More...

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‘India can be a market leader in electric vehicles’

Experts, however, believe that India will face several challenges regarding infrastructure, clean energy generation and availability of rare earth metals. Read More...

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Security forces focus on eliminating Jaish

The killing of Jaish-e-Mohammad’s divisional commander, Mehmood Bhai has dealt a blow to the organisation’s ability to carry out suicide attacks in Kashmir, S.P. Ved, Jammu and Kashmir director general of police has told media. Read More...

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Army may take backseat in anti-militancy operations

The Army will slowly take a backseat in anti-militancy operations in Jammu and Kashmir, as the Special Operations Group (SOG) of J&K Police is being provided with all the required training and modern equipment to deal directly with militants in the state. Read More...

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‘RTE is leading to closure of low budget private schools’

Activists point to a study to say that the closure of schools is happening because of the strict input norms prescribed under the RTE. Read More...

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Penny Mordaunt’s appointment applauded in Britain

Theresa’s May emergency Cabinet reshuffle continues with the appointment of Penny Mordaunt as Secretary of State for International Development. Read More...

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ISI, Al Qaeda plan to repeat 1990s Kashmir in Assam

A WhatsApp message is being circulated, asking for ‘1 crore 21 lakh Muslims to come out on the roads (of Assam) on November 27 (to stop) harassment of (Bangladeshi) Muslims.’ The objective is to stop de-regularisation and possible deportation of several million illegal Bangladeshi migrants. Read More...

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Putin and Trump agree on political solution for Syria in ‘brief meeting’

Trump said, Putin told him again that he did not meddle in the US presidential election last year. Read More...

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ISI, Al Qaeda plan to repeat 1990s Kashmir in Assam

A WhatsApp message is being circulated, asking for ‘1 crore 21 lakh Muslims to come out on the roads (of Assam) on November 27 (to stop) harassment of (Bangladeshi) Muslims.’ The objective is to stop de-regularisation and possible deportation of several million illegal Bangladeshi migrants. Read More...

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The Voice Speaks for Itself : Arijit Singh

Playback sensation Arijit Singh is among the most sought-after voices in Bollywood today. Every song of his becomes an instant hit, and there isn’t a successful actor in the industry who doesn’t want to lip-sync to Singh’s mellifluous baritone. He speaks to Taru Bhatia. Read More...

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Infosys under scanner for GST glitches

The role of Infosys, which was assigned the work of creating, updating and maintenance of the GST portal, is under scanner as traders are complaining about its poor performance. Read More...

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It’s Hindutva, Vikas and caste for BJP in Gujarat

Jignesh Mevani and Alpesh Thakor have energised Congress voters, but not added new voters to the party’s kitty. Hardik Patel is working to mobilise ‘disgruntled BJP voters’, but that too largely Patels. Patel voters, in terms of numbers, matter much less than Kolis and are just equal to Gujarati tribals. Read More...

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Norway’s Barnevernet and its parallels in human history

Barnevernet, Norway’s child protection services, is notorious for its high-handed practices and its role in countless cases of child confiscation, serving as a brutal reminder of our history’s worst nightmares. Read More...

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A.R. Rahman-led musical concert to serve a blend of Turkish tasawuf and Indian sufism

The Sufi Route, a music festival organised by Friday Filmworks, INvision Entertainment and Invloed Matrix, established to encourage and nurture a holistic alternate music experience, is hosting its first ever concert on 18 November. Read More...

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‘India can be a market leader in electric vehicles’

Experts, however, believe that India will face several challenges regarding infrastructure, clean energy generation and availability of rare earth metals. Read More...

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We saved India from Lalu, And Modi tried to stop 2002 riots: Jaya Jaitly

In the following extracts from her just released memoirs, the former president of the Samata Party writes about Lalu Yadav, Nitish Kumar, and Narendra Modi, who was then Chief Minister of Gujarat. Read More...

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Indian company will provide citizen services in Afghanistan

An Indian company has bagged a prestigious contract for providing citizen services in Afghanistan. Read More...

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Bureaucrats face PM scrutiny ahead of 2019

Babus who are still opposing PM Modi’s way of working likely to be shunted out. Read More...

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