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Gujarat: Communal clash in Patan, 1 killed, several injured,FIRs filed against 45 people

NEW DELHI: Security was on Sunday stepped up in the communal violence-hit Vadavali village in Patan district in Gujarat where one person was killed after clashes even as members of the two communities lodged cross FIRs against 45 persons. Tight security is in place to avoid any further clash, Patan Superintendent of Police A G […]

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USA:Shooting in Ohio nightclub, eight injured

Eight people have been reportedly injured by gunman in a Cincinnati night club on Sunday. View image on Twitter    Follow Mark Hauss @thehaussman Cincinnati Police on Kellogg Ave. Report of a homicide and shooting spree at a nightclub called Club Cameo. 1:01 PM – 26 Mar 2017    1818 Retweets    66 likes   Victims […]

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RSS man set to launch Hindu digital channel is a part of BJP’s national executive council

A new digital channel, Hindu World, catering to Hindu philosophy and targeting aspirational Hindu youth is set to launch on Gudi Padva. According to a report in Times of India, Seshadri Chari, a member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and part of BJP’s national executive council, is the chief editor of the channel. Chari’s channel intends […]

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Demonetization may have affected CAD: SBI Research

MUMBAI: SBI Research has attributed the lower outward remittances and massive jump in travel receipts, which bumped up the December quarter CAD, to the note ban impact that dominated the review period. “There are two distinct trends in the current account deficit (CAD) data print — lower outward remittances and higher travel receipts — and […]

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PM Modi speaks on mental health & depression, maternity benefits and food wastage on ‘Mann ki Baat’

NEW DELHI: Here is the full text of PM  Modi which is delivered on Mann ki baat. My dear countrymen, Namaskar. Parents in most parts of the country must be busy with their children’s examinations. There would be a sense of relief where the examinations are over, but where the examinations are still on, there certainly […]

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‘The Danish Girl’ TV broadcast fails to clear CBFC hurdle

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) deemed the television broadcast of an Oscar-nominated movie The Danish Girl unsuitable denying the permission to air it on March 26. The Danish Girl, starring Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikanderm, is a story of first sex reassignment surgery. It had received an ‘A’ certification from the CBFC with zero cuts […]

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Human trafficking: West Bengal, Rajasthan, Gujarat are the top 3 states reported

NEW DELHI: West Bengal topped the list of states with the maximum number of human trafficking cases in 2016 followed by Rajasthan as the two accounted for around 61 per cent of such cases in the country. Rajasthan was followed by Gujarat where 548 such cases were reported last year. Maharashtra reported 517 cases. Among […]

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UP: BJP MLA Vikram Saini promises to break limbs of people disrespecting, killing cows

In what could spark a fresh controversy, Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) MLA Vikram Saini has said that he would break limbs of those disrespecting and killing cows. “I had promised that I would break the hand and legs of the people who disrespect and kill cows,” Saini said at a gathering. The statement was made […]

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PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat : India has embraced digital movement, rejected corruption & black money

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts on a number of themes and issues in the 30th edition of his radio address programme ‘Mann ki Baat‘ on Sunday. The programme, to be aired at 11 AM, will be simulcast on the All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan. ‘Mann ki Baat‘ will be broadcast in […]

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Need to defend universities as ‘free spaces’: Vice President Hamid Ansari

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Need to defend universities as ‘free spaces’: Vice President Hamid Ansari

Chandigarh(PTI): The freedom of our Universities has been challenged by “narrow considerations” and there is need to defend them as “free spaces” and as sources of renewal of liberal values, Vice President M Hamid Ansari said today. “In a period of rampant distrust of matters intellectual there is an imperative need to defend the universities […]

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