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Who mailed the suicides notes? CCTV footage holds answers to Bansals’ deaths

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Who mailed the suicides notes? CCTV footage holds answers to Bansals’ deaths

Karn Pratap Singh, New Delhi: The Delhi Police are yet to look at the CCTV footage that could help identify the two men who mailed to media houses the “suicide notes” left behind by a former government official and his son, blaming the CBI for their deaths, HT has found. BK Bansal, arrested by the […]

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Delhiites, now you know how to jazz up your Navratra celebrations

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Delhiites, now you know how to jazz up your Navratra celebrations

Henna Rakheja and Ruchika Garg, New Delhi: Navratras are here. But when in Delhi, one doesn’t need to worry about fasting and abstaining from non-vegetarian… There’s the world of Gujarati and Rajasthani cultures that brings with ii Dandiya and Garba nights to the Capital. And with it comes the opportunity to hang out the desi-way! […]

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Why Patna high court shot down Bihar’s prohibition law

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Why Patna high court shot down Bihar’s prohibition law

Arun Kumar, Patna: The division bench of chief Justice Iqbal Ahmad Ansari and justice Navneeti Prasad Singh differed on this count while declaring Bihar’s prohibition law illegal. While Singh ruled in favour, Ansari differed, though the two judges were unanimous on all other points. “The right to consume alcohol is not a constitutional right, and […]

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Jharkhand: Two killed, dozens injured in ‘police firing’ over land acquisition

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Jharkhand: Two killed, dozens injured in ‘police firing’ over land acquisition

Sanjoy Dey, Ranchi: Two persons were killed and more than two dozen villagers were injured when police allegedly opened fire on agitating villagers whose land was acquired by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) in Hazaribag district’s Chirudih area in the wee hours on Saturday. Unconfirmed report says at least five people died in the […]

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Liquor shops on Nepal border run out of stock after HC lifts Bihar ban

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Liquor shops on Nepal border run out of stock after HC lifts Bihar ban

Sagar Suraj,Motihari: Liquor outlets on the porous India-Nepal border ran dry on Friday as tipplers from Bihar’s Raxaul and other villages crossed into the neighbouring country to have their fill after the Patna high court lifted the alcohol ban in the state. Quashing the April 5 notification of the state government which banned the manufacture, […]

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Put an end to rumours on Jayalalithaa’s health: Karunanidhi to govt

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Put an end to rumours on Jayalalithaa’s health: Karunanidhi to govt

PTI, Chennai: DMK president M Karunanidhi urged the Tamil Nadu government on Friday to “put an end to rumours” regarding the health of AIADMK chief and chief minister Jayalalithaa by providing proper information to the people, while wishing his arch rival a speedy recovery. “As I had already mentioned, though I differ with her ideologically, […]

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Patna HC strikes down liquor ban notification in Bihar

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Patna HC strikes down liquor ban notification in Bihar

IANS, Patna: The Patna high court on Friday struck down the liquor ban imposed by the Nitish Kumar administration in April. Hearing a petition against a ban, a high court bench termed it “illegal”, and criticised the stringent provisions in Bihar’s new excise law.A PIL was filed a day after the state government declared Bihar […]

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Now Frontier Gandhi’s descendant to urge Modi to stand by Pakhtunistan

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Now Frontier Gandhi’s descendant to urge Modi to stand by Pakhtunistan

Ravik Bhattacharya, Kolkata: India-Pakistan relations may have more twists in store than meets the eye. Yasmin Nigar Khan, great granddaughter of Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, better known as Frontier Gandhi, now plans to meet Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi to urge him to stand by the Pashtuns as he did in the case of Balochistan. […]

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Rajasthan Congress demands revocation of power tariff hike

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Rajasthan Congress demands revocation of power tariff hike

HT Correspondent, Jaipur: The Congress on Wednesday staged protests across the state demanding withdrawal of electricity tariff that has been increased up to 12% effective from September 1. Tariff for domestic electricity has been hiked by 75 paise per unit, while that of commercial use by 12.10%. Minimum charge is increased to `30 per month. […]

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Mhow veterans laud surgical strikes

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Mhow veterans laud surgical strikes

Dev Kumar Vasudevan, Mhow: Army veterans of Mhow have lauded the army for carrying out the “well- planned and well-executed” surgical strikes along the de-facto border with Pakistan, saying India has finally become assertive militarily. Lt Gen Vijay Madan (retd), a former commandant of the Army War College, Mhow, said that though there was no […]

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