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Monday , June 19 , 2017
 
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Sena refuses 'blind support' on President

Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray today rejected BJP chief Amit Shah's suggestion to let Narendra Modi decide the National Democratic Alliance's choice for the next President, asserting that his...   | Read..
 

Pellet payback in cheers for Pak

Celebrations have been a rarity in the life of young Insha Mushtaq since the 15-year-old lost both her eyes to pellets fired by the security forces last year. Today was an...   | Read..
 

Shourie 'trader' jab at 'godmen'

Former Union minister Arun Shourie has alleged that many of today's so-called godmen are "traders" who run business empires in contrast with their forebears who...   | Read..
 

Questions on routine breast cancer screening

A new study has questioned the value of routine mammography-based screening for the early detection of breast cancer, showing that the discovery of tiny tumours, in some...   | Read..
 

Unrest hurdle for Pandits

The azadi groundswell seems to have dealt a quiet blow to government efforts to bring displaced Kashmiri Pandits back, with hundreds of employees from the community who had...   | Read..
 

Promise of national cow slaughter ban

BJP politician Subramanian Swamy today said the Narendra Modi government would enact a ban on cow slaughter across the country.   | Read..
 

'Dead' baby alive before burial

A newborn declared dead by Delhi's Safdarjung hospital today was found to be alive just before it was to be buried.   | Read..
 

Graft cuffs on Eastern Command colonel

The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested a colonel of the Eastern Command's planning and engineering branch and three private executives on charges of bribery....   | Read..
 

Sister, mother take stage

The younger sister of Bahujan Samaj Party founder Kanshi Ram accused Mayawati of "collaborating with Manuvadis" to defame the Bhim Army as she addressed a rally...   | Read..
 

High-flier at birth

He is a born frequent flier - a baby boy, born today 35,000 feet above the Arabian Sea on a Jet Airways plane, has received a free lifetime pass from the airline as his...   | Read..
 

China climate change study

China has included the controversial China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in its second scientific expedition to the 4,000m-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau to study climate and...   | Read..
 

GST query in civil services exam

Questions on the goods and services tax, benami transactions and central government schemes figured in the civil services preliminary examination held today.   | Read..
 
Union minister Maneka Gandhi takes part in a yoga session with Anganwadi children ahead of the International Day of Yoga, which falls on June 21,...   | Read..
 
 
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