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K.C. Tyagi may replace Sharad Yadav in RS

Patna based JDU leaders said that the name of party general secretary Sanjay Jha was also being floated by a section of leaders.Read More...

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IEA says India will achieve ‘electricity for all’ by early 2020s

International Energy Agency’s recently laucnhed report noted that India will lead global energy demand growth by 2040.Read More...

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PM solves ally TDP’s Polavaram woes

Centre will complete project before 2019; water will be released through gravity flow canals by March that year. Read More...

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KCR hopes to heal bifurcation wounds with world Telugu meet

The event will be attended by around 200 delegates from 60 countries. Read More...

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Kovind will have a short South sojourn

The shortened stay of the President has surprised the Telangana government, which had extended an invitation to him for a conference. Read More...

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Jammu man trapped in Saudi, family seeks Centre’s help

In the R.S. Pora area of Jammu near the border, Mool Singh is hoping for divine intervention so that his captive son Randeep in Saudi Arabia can walk free and come back home. Read More...

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‘Pace of action taken against errant CAs tardy’

PM had raised concerns over CAs facilitating movement of black money following demonetisation.Read More...

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SP debacle in UP municipal polls spells trouble for Akhilesh

Uncle Shivpal Yadav has said, ‘Allegation of rigged EVMs is baseless. If the party lost the elections then who is to blame?’ Read More...

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No relief for coastal Kerala even ten days after Cyclone Ockhi

Over a week after the cyclone struck, authorities are still in the dark about the actual number of fishermen yet to be traced. Read More...

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Committee recommends more changes in GST Act

The GST Law Advisory Committee’s recommendations will now be examined in the next meeting of the GST Council likely to take place in January.Read More...

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Stray animals prey on dead children at ‘burial ground’

In the absence of any caretaker or regulatory authority, the burial place has zero safety standards.Read More...

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Cases of medical negligence rise as victims await justice

‘From May 2017 to 30 November, the MCI has received 118 complaint appeals against doctors, out of which 103 cases are pending conclusion.’Read More...

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‘Disposable hygiene industry needs govt support’

‘The ministries need to be proactive in encouraging regional players to increase the outreach of such products.’Read More...

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ED attaches Lalu’s land in IRCTC scam

The property has been provisionally attached under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).Read More...

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Brexit, the European Union and the heavy hand of history

EU was essentially designed as a Christian club, which is why Turkey, a NATO member and Europe’s sixth largest economy, has been denied membership for long. Read More...

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An Indian, a Swiss scientist and a possible racket in pharma sector

Former directors and senior employees plotted against CD Pharma India in an attempt to steal its patents.Read More...

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Bollywood divas dazzle at prestigious awards gala

The 23rd edition of Star Screen Awards, held on 3 December, was attended by the who’s who of Bollywood. While some made news for walking home with the most coveted awards, others managed to steal the limelight with their ultra-glam looks. Here are some of the most stylish celebrities clicked at the red-carpet ceremony, compiled by Swati Singh.Read More...

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Bangla terror group threatens deadly war against BJP, RSS

JMB has close contacts with Pakistan and gets its funding from that country and from the Gulf. Read More...

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Shashi Kapoor: Larger than life

Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor, who passed away earlier this week, made invaluable contributions to the world of cinema. But he will also be remembered for the life he lived outside the film studio—for his straightforward personality, his generosity towards friends and admirers, and his unfailing ability to inspire people, writes Shantanu Guha Roy.Read More...

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Congress has messed up second phase ticket distribution: Shankarsinh Vaghela

‘Congress does not know how to run Gujarat, how to select candidates, how to talk with like-minded people’.Read More...

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Piraji’s art teaches us the value of tradition and meaning of modernity

Mumbai’s Akara Art Gallery is hosting a retrospective of Piraji Sagara, the distinguished painter and sculptor from Ahmedabad who passed away in 2014. The artist was highly influenced by social conditions of his time and world literature, writes Bhumika Popli. Read More...

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‘Work 4 Progress’ initiative explores micro entrepreneurship possibilities for the jobless

Development Alternatives (DA), a social enterprise working in the field of sustainable development along with “la Caixa” Foundation, the leading foundation in Spain, and the third foundation worldwide in number of assets, recently launched the “Work 4 Progress” initiative in the national capital. Read More...

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Don’t look at the West for lessons on child protection

Emulating the Western ideas of child protection, which grant the nanny state all powers to monitor and even abduct children, is likely to do more harm than good to India’s robust social fabric. Read More...

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