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RSS-BJP coordination missing in Chitrakoot

The bypoll, which Congress won, was necessitated following the death of the sitting Congress MLA, Prem Singh. Read More...

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‘Softer’ police functions can be outsourced to private agencies: Report

8.5 mn are employed in this sector, while police employs 2.2mn. Read More...

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‘India loves Modi, likes Trump, wants hard line in J&K’

Among the prominent findings of the survey, nearly nine-in-ten Indians held a favourable opinion of Modi, comparable to their view of him in 2015. Read More...

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Andhra Boat tragedy is a wake-up call

The boat, which capsized last Sunday killing 23 people, had a capacity for 10, but was carrying 44 persons. Read More...

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Naidu will invite PM of Singapore to Amaravati

Buoyed with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) clearance to his pet project Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has decided to invite Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to lay some foundation stones for the construction of the green field capital city in the last week of January 2018. Read More...

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Petrol pumps flout rule, add cancer-causing pollutants to air

Vapours of petrol and diesel are carcinogenic and add to Delhi’s already toxic air pollution. Read More...

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Women’s participation rises at Hunar Haat

The marketplace allows artisans to connect directly with traders. Read More...

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Supplementary exams’ norms changed for DU law students

Students will have to invest an extra year if they want to clear their backlog. Read More...

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Customers missing, Delhi’s lone legal opium shop about to shut

The one-room small shop near Naiwalan has been operating since 1954 under the medicines and toiletries preparations wing of the Excise Department. Read More...

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Militant Majid returns home

The 20-year-old footballer had joined the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba last week. Read More...

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Centre to enhance peace efforts in J&K, Mehbooba may visit Delhi

A slew of measures would be adopted by the Centre to enhance peace efforts in Jammu & Kashmir, sources have said. Read More...

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Moderate snowfall in Kashmir

Moderate snowfall has been witnessed in the hilly ranges of Kashmir in the past few days. Moderate snowfall was witnessed in the upper reaches of the central district of Budgham and southern Shopian district on Saturday morning. Read More...

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Fintech startups simplify digital money lending

‘With digital data points, the risk factor has reduced significantly in the unsecured lending space.’ Read More...

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‘Air Canada has great confidence in Indian market’

Margaret Skinner of Air Canada says that the direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Toronto and Vancouver have been successful.Read More...

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People with disabilities participate in adventure sports

A visually-impaired man has brought together People with Disabilities (PwDs) to participate in adventure sports alongside able-bodied people. Read More...

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Brexit tensions split Tories into Centrists and Thatcherites

The EU Withdrawal Bill underwent its second reading in Parliament. Labour Remainers and Tory Brexit Mutineers rallied to stop the Bill becoming fixed in UK law and effective on 19 March 2019. Read More...

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Ivanka set to get potus level security in Hyderabad

In view of the threat perception to President Donald Trump’s daughter, three-layered security arrangements are being put in place. Read More...

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As fancy drugs flood market, treating diabetes gets prohibitive

An escalation in the overall costs of treating diabetes, with a marked increase in the use of newer, expensive insulin and oral anti-diabetic drugs (OADs) over traditional ones, has adversely affected patients, especially from the lower socio-economic strata, researchers and doctors told The Sunday Guardian.Read More...

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Theresa May under pressure to abandon Brexit

Pressure appears to be mounting on British Prime Minister Theresa May to review the Brexit decision, which her critics say was not “irreversible or irrevocable” and thus, not cast in stone. Read More...

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Raghubar may be replaced post Gujarat, HP Polls

‘Das has become arrogant, inaccessible because of bureaucrats surrounding him’.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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‘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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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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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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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...

Culture
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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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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