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Ground Zero disagrees

May 25, 2017
Abdul Rahim Bhat, a former sarpanch of this village in Kashmir's Budgam district, shook his head.   | Read..

Army on London streets

May 25, 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May has placed Britain on virtually a war footing following the Manchester bombing, warning that another terror attack was "imminent",...   | Read..

Death and rebirth on same bed

May 25, 2017
Jayanarayan Pandey today became the first human in recent memory to leave a hospital wearing a rajanigandha garland and on his feet.   | Read..

Free ticket, apology from Canada

May 25, 2017
Canada today apologised to a retired CRPF officer it had sent back from Vancouver airport alleging that the agency committed human rights violations and handed him a free...   | Read..

Fragrance of 'secular' GST

May 25, 2017
Incense stick makers in the country are quite simply incensed.   | Read..

CM owns up to lapses

May 25, 2017
Chief minister Ragh-ubar Das today admitted to official lapses in the twin lynchings on May 18, but also stressed that minority communities were safe in his Jharkhand on a...   | Read..

Ministers wait for new staff

May 25, 2017
The man considered number two in Naveen Patnaik's cabinet, Sashi Bhushan Behera, has been assigned the task to handle the state's finances but he doesn't have enough...   | Read..

Nitish no to Sonia meet

May 25, 2017
Chief minister Nitish Kumar will not attend the meeting of anti-NDA parties called by Sonia Gandhi on Friday on the presidential polls, the decision exposing the fault...   | Read..

Misa & husband get tax summons

May 25, 2017
The income tax department has issued summonses to RJD MP Misa Bharti, the daughter of party chief Lalu Prasad, and her husband in connection with its probe into the alleged...   | Read..

Elephants fewer in state, says census

May 25, 2017
Jharkhand clocked 555 elephants in the 7th All India Elephant Census under Project Elephant, a steep decline from 688 recorded in the 2012 census, but unfa-zed state...   | Read..
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