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ADHM makers promise to 'give' Rs 5cr to Army fund, never use Pakistanis 
Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, which had run into a storm of protests led by the Maharashtra Navn... | Read
BCCI asks Lodha for guidance on media tenders
The Board of Control for Cricket India, which has had its accounts frozen by the Supreme Court, has ... | Read
Samba man caught spying for Pakistan
A Pakistani spy was arrested from Jammu & Kashmir's Samba district on Saturday for pas... | Read
Trump gains on Clinton despite furore over women, election comments
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gained on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton among ... | Read
Fed's Williams wants rate hike this year
San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams on Friday redoubled his call for gradual ... | Read
UN appoints Wonder Woman as honorary ambassador amid outcry
The United Nations on Friday named comic-book superhero Wonder Woman as an honorary ambassador to fi... | Read
Fine salvo at Jio's rivals
The telecom watchdog has proposed a hefty fine of Rs 50 crore a circle each on Bharti Airtel, Vodafo... | Read
Port road curbs eased
Calcutta police have eased the restrictions on cargo movement around the port on a "trial basis... | Read
Squeeze on BCCI's cash, scan on tenders
The Supreme Court today stopped short of appointing administrators to run the BCCI but asked the cri... | Read
'Tainted' doctor at helm
A global umbrella of medical associations today installed Ketan Desai, a "tainted" Indian ... | Read
CM's third hotline to people
After the aborted chaupal and janata durbar, chief minister Nitish Kumar is making a third attempt a... | Read
Lens on Rajdhani halt drama
Railway Board has sought a report by October 25 on the unscheduled halt made by the New Delhi-Bhuban... | Read
Atanu quits on moral grounds
Health and family welfare minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak today resigned from the Naveen Patnaik min... | Read

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