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High on Pak, low on rest

Jun 28, 2017
India today persuaded the US to use some of its toughest language against Pakistan in recent years on terrorism but a cautious Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared to yield the lead to President...   | Read..

Help after mishap backfires

Jun 28, 2017
A Calcuttan who stopped his car to pick up a child he had accidentally hit was subjected to so relentless an assault while driving the boy to hospital that, he said, he had...   | Read..

Tubelight dims Salman halo

Jun 28, 2017
Directors have always designed films around Salman Khan's stardom and never his acting chops. Kabir Khan tries to change that connection but this Tubelight has turned out...   | Read..

Bengal caution on GST date

Jun 28, 2017
The Bengal government has decided to request the Centre to reconsider its decision to roll out the goods and services tax (GST) from July 1, saying small and medium traders...   | Read..

Lethal cow ruse in Jharkhand

Jun 28, 2017
A mischief-maker in Jharkhand allegedly slit the throat of a cow that had died of illness to create an impression that it had been killed, prompting a savage mob attack on...   | Read..

Youths bleed for Gorkhaland

Jun 28, 2017
A group of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha supporters today bled themselves with tube lights to prove that they "can bleed for Gorkhaland" as the party took out a...   | Read..

Meghalaya protests 'racial bias'

Jun 28, 2017
The Meghalaya government today urged the Centre to take cognisance of the alleged discrimination meted out to a Khasi woman at Delhi Golf Club on Sunday. She was reportedly...   | Read..

More at ease with BJP: Dal

Jun 28, 2017
The Janata Dal United today said the party felt "more comfortable" with the BJP than with the Grand Alliance, the latest salvo further denting an already creaky...   | Read..

Dhanbad help in temple repair

Jun 28, 2017
The Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR), Dhanbad, will help in the conservation of the 12th century Shree Jagannath Temple in Puri.   | Read..

Cow death spurs lynch bid

Jun 28, 2017
A Muslim dairy owner in Giridih, rumoured to have slaughtered a cow, was severely thrashed by a mob this afternoon but timely police intervention helped save his life.   | Read..
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