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Kejriwal Tells MLAs to Get Ready for 'Battle', Ensure BJP and Congress Lose Deposits in Re-election

The Delhi Chief Minister made it clear that if a re-election were to be held, their focus should be on not just winning, but ensuring that Congress and BJP lose their deposits.

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Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Govts to Move SC Against ‘Padmaavat’ Release Again

Rajasthan's Home and Justice minister Gulabchand Kataria said the Rajasthan govt has decided to file a review petition in the Supreme Court and asked the Karni Sena to be a party to the petition.

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Pune Techie Beaten to Death for Objecting to Parking Outside House

The techie was attacked with rods after he objected to parking vehicles in front of his bungalow in Pune.

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Bodh Gaya on High Alert After Recovery of Bombs, NIA Team Arrives

Bodh Gaya has been put on high alert in view of the presence of the Dalai Lama and the constant influx of high-profile visitors who wish to meet the Tibetan spiritual leader.

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Vinod Rai Was a 'Contract Killer' Hired to Finish UPA-2, Should be Prosecuted: A Raja

The then comptroller and auditor general (CAG) Rai came out with a report in 2010 which pegged notional loss of Rs 1.76 lakh crore to the national exchequer due to 2G spectrum allocation in 2008 when Raja was the telecom minister.

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Student Punished With 40 Slaps for Not Completing Homework in Kanpur

A teacher of United Public School was today terminated from work after he allegedly punished a class 3 student with 40 slaps for not completing the homework assigned to him, the school's principal said.

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Amit Shah Launches BJP's Programme to Enrol Those who Vote First Time in 2019

"The BJP is not just a political party, but it's an ideology, a struggle and a pledge to make a new India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership," Amit Shah said.

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Bhansali Invited us to Watch 'Padmaavat', Says Karni Sena; Claims Offer Not Sincere

The production company sent a missive to Shree Rajput Karni Sena and Shree Rajput Sabha Bhawan, its leaders claimed but alleged that the move was only a ploy "aimed at fooling".

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At Least Nine Killed as Fire Breaks Out in Factory in Delhi's Bawana, Several Feared Trapped

Ten fire tenders are present on the spot and rescue operations are underway, officials said.

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Leopard Enters House Near Bengaluru, Subdued After 9-Hour Drama

The leopard was caught and tranquilized after a nine-hour drama.

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Pakistan Summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner Over 'Ceasefire Violations'

Pakistan's Foreign Office (FO) said that Indian troops violated the ceasefire in Khuiratta, Bagsar and Khanjar Sectors on the Line of Control (LoC) on January 20.

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Fire at Firecracker Factory leaves 17 Dead, PM Modi Expresses Anguish Over Tragic Incident

The official of fire department added that fire had broken out in the afternoon and brought under control around in the evening.

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Haryana CM Proposes Death Penalty for Rape of Girls Aged 12 and Below After Spate of Cases

Two minor Dalit girls were allegedly raped and killed in separate incidents in Haryana recently, barely a month after a similar case involving a six-year-old girl shook the state.

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Assembly polls: Top leaders of Congress, BJP to descend on Karnataka

PM Modi to be in Bengaluru on Feb. 4, while Rahul Gandhi will begin his visit on Feb. 10

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Punjab CM Blames Poor Funds, No Centre Support for Not Extending Debt Waiver Scheme

Appealing Punjab's farming community to shun protest, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, in a release, said his government could not afford to waive any more of their debts at the present juncture, but was committed to alleviating all their woes at the earli

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Millet ice cream that’s lactose-free

A special millet-based ice cream, developed by Thanjavur-based Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology, was introduced for Bengaluru market on Saturday at the ongoing International Trade Fair.

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Constitution is the Greatest Public Policy, Says Justice Chelameswar

The Supreme Court Judge on Saturday said the wide range of knowledge of each member of the constituent assembly and the great experience which the members of the constituent assembly had, enriched the constitutional document while creating a structure, gi

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Jammu And Kashmir: Pakistan Firing Continues For 3rd Day, 5 Civilians, 3 Security Personnel Killed, Schools Shut Amid Heavy Shelling

Five civilians and three security personnel were killed in a relentless ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Krishna Ghati sector on Saturday.

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22-year-old bull tamer dies near Manapparai

Death toll in jallikattu events touches 6

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Symposium on cardiac morphology and prenatal imaging held

A two-day symposium on cardiac morphology and prenatal imaging, organised by Mediscan, was inaugurated on Saturday. Indrani Suresh, organising secretary, said that they hoped to impart knowledge abou...

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Rs 414 Crore Fine Imposed by I-T Dept on Firm in Herald Case: Swamy to Court

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy submitted before Metropolitan Magistrate Ambika Singh that the I-T department had launched a probe against Gandhis, YI, and four other accused after taking note of his complaint in the case.

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TDP adopts IVRS route to know public pulse

CM’s voice on phonecalls seeks to know what people think of implementation of govt. schemes

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RPF to aid passengers suffering heart attack

Medical kit would be given to 2,000 personnel, who would be posted on railway platforms

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Documents seized from Corporation chief’s house

DVAC teams from Thanjavur, Salem conducted the search

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Three-day Gandikota festival to begin today

In-charge Collector says event will generate livelihood to locals

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Fishermen get subsidy for boat engines, finally

Reliance Foundation comes to their rescue in filing applications and submitting proper documents

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7 fishermen detained in UAE

Seven Kanniyakumari fishermen, who had ventured into the sea from their base at Doha, Qatar, have been detained by the customs officials of United Arab Emirates (UAE) for having crossed the territoria...

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Four Held for Trying to Sell "Genie in a Bottle"

The police have arrested four persons, including a police driver, from Burdwan for attempting to sell a "genie in a bottle" to a resident of Baguiati near Kolkata.

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Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018: Traffic Advisory Issued by Mumbai Police For January 21 Race Day

Tata Mumbai Marathon 2018 will begin at 5:40 am from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus on Sunday, January 21.

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CBI asked to probe disappearance of baby from nursing home

Is a baby girl, born on November 9, 2016, at a hospital in Ilkal of Bagalkot district, still alive or did she die within four days of birth? The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will have to find...

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Comment on Suriya triggers protest

The remarks made by two woman anchors of Sun Music on the height of actor Suriya triggered a protest by his fans on Saturday.The film industry also reacted sharply on social media with reactions comi...

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Farmers unable to reap benefits of rise in vanilla prices

Prices have doubled in the past 20 months, but growers unable to reap benefits

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‘Chelameswar is a sanyasi in court’

Justice, truth, and courage are companions of his soul: Ex-CJI

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Sacred Heart Church saving water to celebrate 125th year

Arecanut growers Melwyn and Harish in Moodayuru village are now happy campers. They need not pump water to their plantations from wells this summer, thanks to a bund built across Artila Halla (a rivul...

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I-T raids: Chief engineer wants suspension revoked

Jayachandra and Chikkarayappa were suspended for alleged unaccounted wealth, but only the latter has been reinstated

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Discoms, Transco get more posts

Public sector power utilities received a big boost with the State Cabinet at its meeting on Saturday approving the creation of 406 posts in the two Discoms and 382 additional posts in the AP-Transco.

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