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If it’s a nephew, never say ‘phew!’

NCP chief Sharad Pawar may claim that the latest political kerfuffle in Maharashtra wasn’t a “Pawar vs Pawar” fight, but many political analysts believe nephew Ajit Pawar has adroitly outmanoeuvred his uncle in this round of a succession battle....   | Read..
 

Law shield for disabled

Guardians and caregivers of people with disabilities can be sent to jail if they take any decisions regarding their wards without consulting them, according to the draft ...   | Read..
 

Terror zone woos tourists

The Omar Abdullah government has gone into overdrive to develop a former militancy haven as a prime tourist destination, hoping to cash in on the ongoing tourism boom in ...   | Read..
 

New fake encounter charge on ex-minister

The CBI today filed a chargesheet in a special court here in the 2006 Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter case in which Amit Shah, former minister of state for home and Narendra M...   | Read..
 
Devotees carry an idol of Ganpati for immersion in a procession in Hyderabad on the last day of the 11-day Ganesh Utsav on Saturday. (AP)
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Govt showcases enrolment rise

Enrolment in Indian higher education has risen from less than 11 per cent to 19 per cent in six...   | Read..

Experts see no patient relief in drug policy

The drug pricing policy finalised by a group of ministers (GoM) earlier this week will reduce t...   | Read..