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Jail torture cry by Simi suspect kin
Suspected activists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India have had their beards forcibly ... | Read
Push to EU on free trade
India has asked the European Union to facilitate an early round of negotiations on their proposed fr... | Read
Cong dares govt to reveal growth figures
The Congress today dared the government to bring out white papers on the economy and the job situati... | Read
NHRC cancer succour
The National Human Rights Commission has ensured that a retired government officer got his dues with... | Read
Sangh arm slams Niti
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's labour arm has accused the Niti Aayog of being committed to a powe... | Read
Quarrel eclipses protest
The youth wings of the Congress and the BJP clashed at the gates of the Kerala secretariat in Thiruv... | Read
Fadnavis chopper close shave
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis had a narrow escape today when his helicopter got entan... | Read
CBSE results 'on time'
Union human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar today assured Class XII CBSE students th... | Read
6 cousins run away to see SRK
Six minor girls of a family who were reported missing from Nashik two days ago were found by police ... | Read
Jobs goal in 'cultural mapping'
The "cultural mapping" of India that began in mid-2015 to create a database of artists, ar... | Read
Centre sends RAF to Saharanpur
The Union home ministry has rushed four Rapid Action Force companies to help local police contain th... | Read
'Retreat' charge at Bhim Army peace plea
The Bhim Army today publicly distanced itself from violent protests, an apparently commonplace stand... | Read
SC refuses NEET plea
The Supreme Court today refused to grant an "urgent" hearing on a plea to stay the results... | Read
Apology for shower death
The family of a 59-year-old Indian woman who died after being severely burnt by the water from the s... | Read
Arrest warrant on yoga guru Bikram
A California court has issued an arrest warrant on Bikram Yoga founder Bikram Choudhury and ordered ... | Read

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