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Suspended SAD MLA joins Congress, Amarinder Singh says Sidhu is welcome too

Suspended SAD MLA joins Congress, Amarinder Singh says Sidhu is welcome too

Chandigarh(PTI): Suspended Akali Dal MLA Inderbir Singh Bolaria and former district chief of the party Upkar Singh Sandhu on Monday joined the Congress which said Navjot Singh Sidhu too was “welcome” to join hands with it. The two were inducted into the party by Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh in the presence of AICC secretary […]

2002 Gujarat riots accused held in London

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2002 Gujarat riots accused held in London

London(PTI): An accused in a case related to post-Godhra riot at Ode village in Anand district who had escaped to UK by jumping his bail has been detained by London police and would be brought back by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) within a week, Gujarat police said on Monday. “Samir Patel, an accused in […]

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Monica Ghurde murder case: Filmed her naked to blackmail her later, says accused

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Monica Ghurde murder case: Filmed her naked to blackmail her later, says accused

A Goa court on Tuesday remanded Rajkumar Singh, accused of murdering 39-year-old perfume specialist Monica Ghurde, in seven days police custody. Singh (21), who hails of Punjab, was arrested in Bengaluru and brought to Goa on transit remand on Monday night. According to a report in The Times of India, the accused told Goa police […]

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South Asia’s security environment ‘blighted’ by India: Pakistan to United Nations

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South Asia’s security environment ‘blighted’ by India: Pakistan to United Nations

Washington (PTI): Needling India, Pakistan has told the UN that South Asia’s security environment was “blighted” by India’s insistence on “hegemonic policies”, as it asserted that regional peace was not possible without resolution of underlying disputes, especially Kashmir. The pursuit of “hegemonic policies” in South Asia by India and its efforts for “military domination” are […]

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Strongly backing the “countless good people” working lawfully for cow protection: RSS chief

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Strongly backing the “countless good people” working lawfully for cow protection: RSS chief

NAGPUR: Strongly backing the “countless good people” working lawfully for cow protection, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said they should not be compared with those creating trouble in its name, in remarks that come against the backdrop of BJP facing flak over anti-Dalit violence by vigilantes. “Countless good people are working for cow protection. The Jain […]

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On Dussehra, PM Modi calls for united efforts to eliminate terrorism

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On Dussehra, PM Modi calls for united efforts to eliminate terrorism

Lucknow(PTI): Breaking from tradition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday attended the historic Ramleela celebrations in Lucknow where he launched a veiled attack on Pakistan, saying those who help and provide shelter to terrorists cannot be spared, but made no reference to the surgical strikes. Making terrorism the centerpoint of his over 20-minute speech, he […]

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HT Correspondent, Mumbai: Parmeshwar Godrej, renowned philanthropist, socialite and wife of Godrej Group chairman Adi Godrej, passed away last night at Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital. The 70-year-old had been admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital a week ago and had been suffering from a lung disease. She was well known for her philanthropic work in combating […]

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Note 7 fiasco: You won’t believe how much ‘worst-ever recall’ could cost Samsung

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Note 7 fiasco: You won’t believe how much ‘worst-ever recall’ could cost Samsung

Samsung Electronics’ worst-ever recall could cost the company as much as $17 billion after it halted sales of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 for a second time, spelling an almost certain end for the ill-fated premium model. Samsung announced the recall of 2.5 million Note 7s in early September following numerous reports of the phones […]

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Modi’s 10 mn Indian overseas votebank: Election Commission puts long discussed idea on track

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Modi’s 10 mn Indian overseas votebank: Election Commission puts long discussed idea on track

NEW DELHI,AMITA SHAH, IFTIKHAR GILANI : Like an electoral bridge over global waters, the Election Commission is moving to ensure that the more than 10 million Indian passport holders abroad may finally get to exercise their right to vote. And it is doing so through a cannily mounted contest and a survey, guaranteed to grab […]

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Jammu and Kashmir: At least 8 injured in grenade attack on paramilitary convoy in Shopian

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Jammu and Kashmir: At least 8 injured in grenade attack on paramilitary convoy in Shopian

NEW DELHI: At least one CRPF jawan and seven civilians were injured in a grenade attack on a paramilitary convoy in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian district on Tuesday. The attack comes a day after terrorists stormed into the EDI complexes in the wee hours of Monday and took positions inside one of the buildings. The […]

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