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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Diwali data haze in Delhi

Air pollution over the National Capital Region spiked to "emergency levels" at some places between Thursday noon and Friday noon despite a ban on firecracker sales, a group of...   | Read..

Bengal FB arrest rerun

A businessman and another person have been arrested in Balurghat in north Bengal after they uploaded Facebook posts that were construed as criticism of the traffic...   | Read..

Central law officer resigns

Solicitor-general Ranjit Kumar, the Union government's second senior-most law officer, has resigned abruptly citing "personal reasons".   | Read..

Second chance for students

For the first time, CBSE students who have failed their Class X or XII board exams can secure fresh admission to their old school or a new one and sit the exam the...   | Read..

Vendor's lucky 'strike'

Kerala's serial shutdowns have been a pain for its people and a blight on its economy. But Santosh Gopi may not agree.   | Read..

Water sop in pre-poll pitch

The BJD has stepped up its efforts to woo voters by playing the piped drinking water card with an eye on the urban polls scheduled early next year.   | Read..

Death in clash over law & order

A man died and another suffered bullet injury at Tajpur in Samastipur district, around 90km northeast of Patna, on Friday when local residents protesting a medicine...   | Read..

Aadhaar push goes to school

School students whose bank accounts are not linked with their Aadhaar cards will be barred from availing the benefits of the Bihar government's welfare schemes.   | Read..
SMOGA: A woman practises yoga in smog-blanketed Lodhi Gardens, a favourite haunt of morning walkers and fitness enthusiasts in New Delhi,...   | Read..
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