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Monday , July 17 , 2017
 
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PM wakes up to cost of thugs

Jul 17, 2017
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today acknowledged that violence in the name of cow protection was tarnishing the image of the country and damaging the social fabric and asked political leaders to...   | Read..

Bomb hunt bares dirty secret

Jul 17, 2017
The search for more explosives at the Uttar Pradesh Assembly has ended up exposing a "dirty" secret: pan masala and gutkha sachets stuffed under the cushions and...   | Read..

Goons fish in hill waters

Jul 17, 2017
An elderly man was attacked by suspected drug addicts and a shoe shop was set on fire in the heart of Darjeeling last night, prompting a section of residents to allege that...   | Read..

Displaced families bust govt's 'no-homeless' claim

Jul 17, 2017
Nearly 100 families taking shelter in makeshift huts along the 3km stretch of the road that connects Guwahati with Jagiroad in central Assam's Morigaon district proves the...   | Read..

Couple killed for 'black magic'

Jul 17, 2017
A tribal farmer allegedly hacked to death a village head and his wife, apparently for practising witchcraft, between last night and early this morning around 28km from the...   | Read..

Flood havoc in Rayagada

Jul 17, 2017
The state government today sought the help of army and air force as the flood situation in Rayagada and Kalahandi worsened.   | Read..

'Sacrifice' plea to Lalu for alliance

Jul 17, 2017
A senior Bihar Congress leader today asked RJD chief Lalu Prasad to "sacrifice", in a clear signal that the JDU has put the onus of saving the Grand Alliance on...   | Read..
BALLET DANCER WITH A BANDANNA: Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Marin Cilic  6-3, 6-1, 6-4 to win a record eighth Wimbledon...   | Read..
 
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This election represents a clash of ideas, a conflict of disparate values

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