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Muslim Man in UP Arranges Cremation of His Hindu Sister

RAMPUR,UP(OUTLOOKINDIA): In a heartwarming display of communal harmony, a Muslim man in a village near here made the arrangements for the cremation of a Hindu widow, whom he treated as his sister and had been supporting for a long time. The unique story is from Moondha Pandey village, about 10 km from here. After the […]

Want to make it clear that we are not privatising Railways, says PM Narendra Modi

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NEW DELHI(PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday ruled out privatisation of Railways while asking trade unions to stop worrying about foreign investments coming in the sector, saying these will be used for greater development of the national transporter. “There is a misunderstanding that Railways is being privatised. However, I want to make it clear […]

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Oldest litigant in Babri Masjid case passes away

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Press Trust of India , Ayodhya: The oldest litigant in the Babri Masjid case, Mohammad Farooq, died at the age of 100 here. Farooq, a resident of Ayodhya, was one of the seven main litigants from Muslim side in the 1949 Babri Masjid case regarding placing of Lord Ram idols in the premises. After his […]

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PM Narendra Modi Pushes Swachh Bharat Campaign At Assi Ghat

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VARANASI(ANI): Taking forward his Swachh Bharat campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today revisited his constituency and lauded people for helping rid the Assi Ghat of mounds of soil and garbage to restore the historical site to its old glory. In the holy city to mark the Good Governance Day, he supervised the cleanliness campaign and […]

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Central Govt Promises Tough Action As Body Count Continues (78) in Assam

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New Delhi: The Centre today promised strong steps against NDFB(S) and was mulling approaching Bhutan seeking action against the outfit similar to operation against ULFA as the toll climbed to 78 in the carnage by Bodo militants and retaliatory attacks by adivasis in Assam. Fresh incidents of violence occurred this morning in Gossaigaon area in Kokrajhar […]

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Girls Must Not Wear Short Tops to Avoid Rape: BJP Mayor Raksha Boriya

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Rajkot(IANS): Rajkot city mayor Raksha Boriya today suggested that girls should not wear short tops to avoid rape and sexual assaults and to “conserve Indian values”, drawing sharp criticism from several quarters. “In the context of sexual assaults and other crimes on our young girls, I will say that our girls, keeping Indian culture in […]

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Periodic time table of Killing festival in Assam : major killing from 1990 to 2014

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Guwahati: Bodo terrorist group has become more powerful than government security official in Assam as it is proved by their recent killings. They openly had given press release of such killing but Government failed to avoid such killing festival (apology for uttering festival)but no way to accept other words. 23 December/2014 – NDFB killed 75 […]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi vows to deliver open, accountable administration on ‘Good Governance Day’

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New Delhi (PTI): On ‘Good Governance Day’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said efforts are being made for “re-engineering” of government processes as part of the promise to provide an “open and accountable administration”. He said his government has worked over the last seven months with the mantra of ‘Citizen-First’ and it is committed […]

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Kashmiri Separatist leader Yasin Malik continues with his hunger strike

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Srinagar (PTI): The separatist leader Yasin Malik continued with his hunger strike in Srinagar, against what he alleged police highhandedness. Malik, the chief of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), has been demanding the release of several youth detained by the police during state elections. While a record 65 percent voted in five-phase elections, many […]

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Sarita Devi’s suspension: High Court seeks Boxing India’s response

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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought a response from Boxing India on a plea challenging International Boxing Association’s (AIBA) decision to suspend boxer Laisram Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal at the Asian Games in South Korea. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice P S Teji […]

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