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Student leader linked to ISI

Nov 30, 2015
A college student who till last month headed the Trinamul Chhatra Parishad-led students' union at a Garden Reach college, his father and an uncle have been arrested for suspected links with...   | Read..

Half-a-Tughlaq station

Nov 30, 2015
Mohammad bin Tughlaq sought to shift Delhi - lock, stock and barrel - to Devagiri.   | Read..

Hot button versus hot air

Nov 30, 2015
Cities worldwide today hosted over 2,000 events in the biggest climate action day in history on the eve of a conference in Paris that will run from November 30 to December 11.   | Read..

Dead man loses eyes in rat feast

Nov 30, 2015
Healthcare has gone to the rats in Jharkhand.   | Read..

Coffin protest at Delhi hub

Nov 30, 2015
Nine empty black coffins have been lying under the arc lights on Jantar Mantar Road, the capital's protest plaza, since November 4.   | Read..

Farmer suicides to rock House

Nov 30, 2015
The winter session of the Assembly that begins on Tuesday is likely to see fireworks with the Opposition Congress and BJP set to attack the state government on issues such...   | Read..

Eco-sensitive tag for biodiversity hotspots

Nov 30, 2015
The Centre has proposed to declare two famous biodiversity spots in Meghalaya eco-sensitive zones.   | Read..

Crime tag for liquor offenders

Nov 30, 2015
Bihar will slap criminal cases on those violating prohibition laws after April 1, 2016, state excise and prohibition minister Abdul Jalil Mastan said on Sunday.   | Read..

Tejaswi pads up for House debut

Nov 30, 2015
Six years ago, on a November morning, Tejaswi made his first-class cricketing debut at Ranchi's Mecon ground.   | Read..
From high heels to boots, some 20,000 pairs of shoes are laid out in the Place de la Republique in Paris to symbolise absent marchers after the...   | Read..
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I like him. I like what I see on the field... I love the attitude and aggression


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