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Battle of bills gets hotter as Cong toughens stand

Key bills the government had earmarked for the budget session's final half are set to face stiff resistance in the Rajya Sabha, with the Congress not prepared to back even those it had initiated...   | Read..
 

Dalit push on Rahul roster

After " kisan, vigyan, bhagwan", time for the architect of the samvidhaan.   | Read..
 

Cow prank to expose system

Hope still floats for Kachir Gaw, the cow who had a test admit card issued in her name, to make it to an engineering college in Kashmir.   | Read..
 

Abuse, misuse on divorce list

Using profanities about a spouse's parentage or summoning police to harass in-laws amounts to "cruelty" and is a ground to end a marriage, the Supreme Court has...   | Read..
 

Cost of death in hotel pool: Rs 62 lakh

The country's top consumer court has awarded Rs 62.50 lakh in compensation to the family of a man who drowned nine years ago in a hotel swimming pool where no lifeguard was...   | Read..
 

Caught you, cheat! Er, you're an IG?

A Kerala IPS officer was today allegedly caught cheating during his LLM (Master of Laws) exam.   | Read..
 

Eleventh bypoll loss for BJP

The BJP has lost its 11th Assembly by-election in Uttar Pradesh since winning 73 of the state's 80 Lok Sabha seats last year.   | Read..
 

Gift of English to woo Mongolia

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi flies to Ulan Bator next week, he will carry with him an unlikely gift from a government that has made Hindi a linguistic priority: the...   | Read..
 

Owaisi questions Atal Ratna

Asaduddin Owaisi, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader, has questioned the decision to honour Atal Bihari Vajpayee with the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian...   | Read..
 

Nepal exit signal to 34 nations

Nepal today asked search-and-rescue teams from 34 nations, including India, to leave the country, nine days after it was ravaged by a 7.9 magnitude earthquake, signalling a...   | Read..
 

Stink of an 'affair' hits AAP worker

An Aam Aadmi Party volunteer has approached the Delhi Commission for Women seeking a statement from AAP leader Kumar Vishwas to clarify that rumours of his alleged affair...   | Read..
 

Bollywood sees red at violence pop-ups

Filmdom has given its thumbs-down. This pop-up isn't welcome.   | Read..
 

Guess who's posting in Chinese

Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn't waiting for China's official media to dissect his upcoming visit to the country. Instead, he logged on to China's most popular...   | Read..
 
At least 50 people were feared dead after a private bus fell from a bridge and caught fire (in PTI picture) in Madhya Pradesh's Panna district on...   | Read..
 
 
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