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Rape violates right to life: Apex court
The Supreme Court has equated rape to an offence violating the most basic of all fundamental rights — the “right to life” — guaranteed by the Constitution. ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP puts ear to heartland ground
The prospect of early general elections gathering pace, the BJP chief today tried to assess the party’s electoral chances in the crucial Hindi heartland state of Uttar Pr ...  | Read.. 
 
Jogi suspension costs Congress dear
The Congress may have suspended Ajit Jogi, but now it has to pay the “price” for the action. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rights panel call to probe paramilitary
The National Human Rights Commission is seeking the authority to investigate excesses by paramilitary forces combatting insurgency in Kashmir and the Northeast. ...  | Read.. 
 
Train tease cloud on RJD
A Jammu-based theatre group which hit the headlines when it was assaulted by hooligans on board the Howrah-bound Himgiri Express as it passed through Bihar early on Tuesd ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourists play in the snow at Kufri Hills in Himachal Pradesh on Saturday. (PTI)
Blind protesters face police muscle
Meteor debris rush continues
Faint tremor in Nagpur
Crocodile census
 
Retrial plea heads back to SC
Human rights activists will approach the Supreme Court against Gujarat High Court’s dismissal o..  | Read.. 
Pakistan ready to provide extra security
Pakistan today sought to allay fears that the recent suicide attack on President Pervez Musharr..  | Read.. 
 
Border quiet
The border has remained “absolutely quiet” since the ce ...  | Read..