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Friday , July 14 , 2017
 
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Hope pinned on talks, eyes peeled on border

India will continue to rely on diplomacy and its experiences during past border spats with China to try and resolve the stand-off between their troops near the tri-junction with Bhutan, the foreign...   | Read..
 

Opposition to be briefed

The Centre will brief leaders of political parties tomorrow over the ongoing military stand-off with China and the Kashmir situation, the move seen as an effort to present...   | Read..
 

Nod for full-fledged intelligence wing

The Narendra Modi government today gave the go-ahead for a full-fledged intelligence wing under the paramilitary Sashastra Seema Bal, the nod coming in the middle of an...   | Read..
 

Sasikala jail 'kitchen'

A senior police officer has accused her boss of allowing special facilities to jailed AIADMK leader V. Sasikala in violation of prison norms.   | Read..
 

Actress denies Dileep deals

The Malayalam actress who was kidnapped and molested in February said today that she had not struck real estate or financial deals with anyone, in the aftermath of reports...   | Read..
 

Swords at Bajrang Dal protest

Brandishing firearms and swords, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists held a protest rally in Agra against the terrorist attack on Amarnath pilgrims in Jammu and...   | Read..
 

Green Card cap lift plea

An influential American lawmaker has called for the removal of country-specific quotas for Green Cards in the US, saying the system was unjust for people from countries...   | Read..
 

Abattoirs

Allahabad High Court today asked the Uttar Pradesh government to apprise it within a week of its policy on setting up new abattoirs in the state.   | Read..
 

Saudi fire kills Indians

A building blaze in the southern Saudi Arabia city of Najran has left 11 Indians dead, asphyxiating them in their windowless residence early yesterday as firefighters tried...   | Read..
 

Indians discover a great wall of galaxies

Indian astronomers today reported the discovery of a massive supercluster of galaxies, one of the largest known structures in the universe that they have named Saraswati.   | Read..
 

'Beef assault' on RSS turf Nagpur

A young man was waylaid in Nagpur last evening and beaten up by a group on the suspicion that he was carrying beef.   | Read..
 

Trust vote push in Nagaland

Nagaland governor P.B. Acharya tonight asked chief minister Shurhozuelie Lieziesu to prove his majority in the Assembly by July 15, repeating a directive the state cabinet...   | Read..
 

2 years to stop Ganga filth

India's apex environmental court today set a two-year deadline for public and private authorities to stop municipal sewage and industry and tannery wastes from polluting...   | Read..
 

Pak looks into Jadhav mom visa request

Pakistan today said it was considering India's request to grant a visa to Kulbhushan Jadhav's mother so that she could travel to the country to meet her son who has been...   | Read..
 

SC interference rap on Assam CM

The Supreme Court today asked Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal to keep off the ongoing update of the National Register of Citizens in the state, saying it wouldn't...   | Read..
 

Vande Mataram

Vande Mataram had been penned in Bengali by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Madras High Court was told today by Tamil Nadu advocate-general R. Muthukumaraswamy.   | Read..
 
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