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Ask Shah about Modi popularity, not jobs

Amit Shah was reeling off the stats about Narendra Modi's three-year achievements so vigorously that he started perspiring in the air-conditioned hall just 15 minutes into the news conference today.   | Read..
 

Congress blitz to poop govt party

The Congress today despatched senior leaders armed with statistical details to 23 major cities to counter the BJP's claims about its achievements, trying to rain on the...   | Read..
 

Hookah bar ban whiff

The Union health ministry has issued a notification that prohibits the delivery of any "service" in smoking areas, a move that anti-tobacco campaigners say will...   | Read..
 

Panel probes Simi torture

The National Human Rights Commission today set up its own team under a senior superintendent of police to probe accusations of "inhuman behaviour" by Bhopal jail...   | Read..
 

Rahul told to keep off Saharanpur

The Uttar Pradesh government has denied permission to Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders to visit the violence-wracked Shabbirpur in Saharanpur tomorrow, citing the...   | Read..
 

Foiled: BAT attack in Uri

The Indian Army today foiled an attack by Pakistan Army-backed militants along the Line of Control in Kashmir's Uri and killed two of them.   | Read..
 

Militancy hero who courted controversy

On May 19 night in 1989, then Punjab police chief Kanwar Pal Singh Gill had called up a news agency's office here to pass on a message to a CPI student leader, Tara Singh...   | Read..
 

Cattle today, fish tomorrow: Vijayan

Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan today protested the Centre's ban on cattle and buffalo sales for slaughter at animal markets, saying that if the government was...   | Read..
 

Calcutta meat plate can't do without markets

A senior minister in Bengal has asserted that the regulation of cattle markets is "entirely" a state subject that is unaffected the central notification.   | Read..
 

Meat curbs shadow on milk supply

The government's ban on cattle and buffalo sales for slaughter in animal markets will hurt not just meat sellers but also farmers across communities and could spark a milk...   | Read..
 

Social media ban lifted

The Mehbooba Mufti government has deciding against extending the ban on social media that was imposed in Kashmir last month, a move prompted more by the administration's...   | Read..
 

Only CPM, NCP get EVM test entry

Only the NCP and the CPM have been allowed to participate in the Election Commission's challenge to parties to prove that electronic voting machines (EVMs) can be manipulated.   | Read..
 
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