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RSS will get a new general secretary

The general secretary of the RSS is seen as a very influential figure, next in command to the RSS chief . Read More...

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BJP will launch drive to woo millennials

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) youth wing has decided to launch a special campaign to target new voters who were born in the 21st century. Read More...

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Ajit Jogi starts hosting US-style fund raising dinners

The first of such dinners was held last week at a five-star hotel in Raipur where 100 guests paid Rs 11,000 per head to interact with Jogi. Read More...

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‘Chennai is becoming narcotics hub’

Drugs like heroin, cocaine and cannabis, and synthetic drugs like ephedrine are in demand. Read More...

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Chelameswar’s revolt was brewing for at least two months

On 12 January, when personal assistant to Justice J. Chelameswar sent an SMS, around 10.40 am, to select journalists covering the Supreme Court to reach his home for a press conference, the news hit like a time bomb. Read More...

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Defence deals, Bollywood: India ready to greet PM Netanyahu

The visit starting Sunday comes following PM Modi’s Israel visit last year.Read More...

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Fire and Fury explodes like an IED in Washington Beltway

It is not that this Improvised Editorial Device’s salacious tidbits are necessarily true. Read More...

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Government must be more mindful of Army’s equipment deficiencies

India succeeded in playing poker with the Chinese in Doklam. Yet, as more challenges await its armed forces, the Army needs to rethink some aspects of its training. Read More...

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Indian doctors link cases of heart attack with genetics

Familial Hypercholestrolemia, a genetic disorder, is grossly under-diagnosed and under-treated, though it is found in one out of 250 to 500 cases. Read More...

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Self-administered abortions on the rise

‘The chances of developing complications like incomplete abortion, internal bleeding, infection, and loss of fertility are 40% more in cases of unsupervised medical abortions.’ Read More...

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Delhi police was on a crime busting spree in 2017

The Delhi police last year arrested over 100 dreaded criminals having a reward on their heads and busted over 22 gangs operating in the national capital. Read More...

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Techie assaulted, robbed at gunpoint

In a case of assault and robbery, a 26-year-old techie working at a multinational company in Noida, was allegedly assaulted and robbed of Rs 20,000-Rs 30,000 at gunpoint near Ridge Road in Delhi on Friday night. Read More...

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CJI may meet rebel judges today

As the crisis triggered by the revolt of four Supreme Court judges lingered, Chief Justice Dipak Misra and the rebel judges may meet on Sunday to resolve the problems raked up by them as two of the dissenting judges on Saturday sought to play down the issue. Read More...

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‘New bill will give more power to consumers’

he new Consumer Protection Bill 2017, approved by the Union Cabinet on 20 December last year, is likely to give more power to consumers, especially those who use e-platforms, say consumer rights experts. Read More...

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Centre’s efforts to streamline direct selling business bearing fruit

The Centre’s bid to streamline direct selling business in the country has started bearing fruit with as many as 124 companies informing the government that they fully follow the guidelines issued by it. Read More...

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Peace delegation calls for amicable solution to Ayodhya dispute

The delegation has conceptualised the idea of a grand temple of Lord Ram. Read More...

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Wangchuk’s alternative university will meet education needs of Ladakh

‘The western education system may not serve the 21st century agenda.’ Read More...

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Bollywood recreates Malala’s Swat valley at Sindh valley near Sonamarg

In the freezing valley of Kashmir, Bollywood has brought a lot of activity in the Ganderbal district, especially around the Sindh valley near Sonamarg. Prominent Bollywood director Amjad Khan is busy in a shooting schedule for a biopic film. Read More...

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Sadiq Khan ignites Trump feud in London, gets called puffed-up popinjay

Watch out, Jeremy Corbyn, it looks like Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor’s bid for the Labour leadership is hotting up. Read More...

World
May bungles reshuffle, voices green plans

Tory party has members, while the Labour party has activists. Read More...

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Reforms likely in existing tax system in budget 2018

‘The tax reform carried out by the Prime Minister will ease the pressure from taxpayers and increase the volume of taxpayers’. Read More...

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Boeing finishes 2017 with record jet deliveries

Boeing delivered more commercial airplanes than any manufacturer for the sixth consecutive year and set an industry record with 763 deliveries in 2017, driven by the high output of the market-leading 737 and 787 jets. Read More...

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Andhra BJP wants Governor replaced

A senior BJP leader from Andhra Pradesh, Khambampati Haribabu, also the party’s state unit president and MP from Visakhapatnam, has written to the Union Home Ministry, requesting a new Governor for the state, replacing E.S.L. Narasimhan, who is in charge jointly of AP and Telangana. Read More...

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Former allies JDU and RJD will face litmus test in Araria bypoll

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is hopeful that it would win the Araria (Bihar) byelection, which is being seen as a litmus test for both RJD and the JDU. Read More...

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BJP’s internal bickering intensifies

The J&K BJP’s much reported inner squabbles has come to the floor of the state’s Assembly during the current budget session, with most BJP ministers being accused by the party’s own MLAs of being anti-Jammu. Read More...

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AP expects Central assistance

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley may announce a special economic assistance package for AP in Budget this year. Read More...

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Indian doctors link cases of heart attack with genetics

Familial Hypercholestrolemia, a genetic disorder, is grossly under-diagnosed and under-treated, though it is found in one out of 250 to 500 cases. Read More...

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The convergence of luminous narratives on canvases layered with experience

Brinda Miller’s textural paintings make light, as it originates from a source or reflects from a surface, as their primary subject.  Her preference for architectural forms and abstract geometry lends a distinctive depth to her canvases, writes Bhumika Popli. Read More...

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Ayodhya Hindus, Muslims unanimous, temple must be built

An overwhelming majority of people from both Hindu and Muslim communities in Ayodhya say that the Ram temple should be built where the Babri mosque once stood so that the pilgrimage town “rediscovers itself as a glorious city”. Read More...

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Chelameswar’s revolt was brewing for at least two months

On 12 January, when personal assistant to Justice J. Chelameswar sent an SMS, around 10.40 am, to select journalists covering the Supreme Court to reach his home for a press conference, the news hit like a time bomb. Read More...

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Assam sees a drop in Illegal immigration

Updating the National Register of Citizens is intended to put an end to the uncertainty over citizenship status of a large number of migrants. However, observers say this will leave a number of issues unresolved. Read More...

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Time to make milk healthy again

India’s dairy consumption is at an all time high. As of 2014, the country ranks first in milk production, accounting for 18.5% of world’s dairy. Read More...

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Government must be more mindful of Army’s equipment deficiencies

India succeeded in playing poker with the Chinese in Doklam. Yet, as more challenges await its armed forces, the Army needs to rethink some aspects of its training. Read More...

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Sadiq Khan ignites Trump feud in London, gets called puffed-up popinjay

Watch out, Jeremy Corbyn, it looks like Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor’s bid for the Labour leadership is hotting up. Read More...

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Defence deals, Bollywood: India ready to greet PM Netanyahu

The visit starting Sunday comes following PM Modi’s Israel visit last year.Read More...

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‘My old songs are still trending on the internet’

King of pop Daler Mehndi, who in no time carved a niche for himself with his debut album Bolo Ta Ra Ra (1995), is also credited for making bhangra popular across the globe. Read More...

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