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Rahul Gandhi slams PM Modi, accuses BJP government of destroying banking system
Rahul Gandhi slams PM Modi, accuses BJP government of destroying banking system [...]
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Our athletes will win hearts of the world, says PM at Run for Rio event
Around 20,000 school children participated in the event, which commenced from Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi. [...]
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PhotoGallery: Bajaj CS 400 photo gallery
With its launch date steadily approaching here is a closer look at the new Bajaj CS 400. [...]
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Shiv Sena leader shot dead in Mumbai
Two bike borne men shot dead a Shiv Sena leader on Sunday night. Sanjay Sawant who was the Deputy Shakha Pramukh was shot dead at around 9.30 pm in Gokul Nagar on Akurli road in Kandivili (East). "Four rounds [...]
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Kejriwal slammed after his Vivek Tiwari tweet, widow asks him to avoid mixing issue with religion, caste
Kejriwal slammed after his Vivek Tiwari tweet, widow asks him to avoid mixing issue with religion, caste [...]
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Maruti to offer free vehicle health check for fleet and taxi owners
Maruti Suzuki has announced a free vehicle health check camp for corporate fleet and taxi owners from May 10-25, 2018. This service camp will be conducted over 2,000 workshops across the country. Beneficiaries of these camps will receive a complimentary car health check, perfume and top-wash. They can also avail discounts on service and labour charges, and car accessories. Cars in a fleet or running as taxis have a comparatively higher running time on a day-to-day basis. This nearly continuous usage is responsible for a higher rate of wear and tear in the car's components as compared to passenger vehicles. Regular services are a way to keep these cars running healthily for a longer period of time; and the company would be aiming to offer some help in this department. The service camp will likely help the fleet and taxi owners to maintain their cars at a reasonable price. Speaking about the service campaign, Mr. Partho Banerjee, Executive Vice-President (Service), Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. said, “The service camp is one of these exceptional efforts to ensure health of corporate fleet and taxi vehicles. This camp will help in ensuring a healthy business for the owners of fleet and taxi vehicles in the upcoming holiday season. We are sure this camp will benefit our customers by providing them with necessary care and maintenance”. [...]
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Build Ram temple at Ayodhya or declare it is a 'jumla': Uddhav Thackeray
Mumbai, Oct 18: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over delay in construction of Ram temple.  "You go to countries which we might not have even seen in geography [...]
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Congress Seva Dal to be actively working on 50 Assembly seats in Rajasthan elections
New Delhi, Oct 26: The Congress Seva Dal which has been more or less a defunct organisation within the Congress from long but the party has been trying to rejuvenate it once again. The organisation is likely to play an active [...]
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BJP leaders appointed Governors of Mizoram, Odisha
New Delhi, May 25: BJP leaders Ganeshi Lal and Kummanam Rajasekharan were on Friday appointed as Governors of Odisha and Mizoram respectively. According to a Rashtrapati Bhavan communique, Prof. Ganeshi Lal will take over as the new governor of [...]
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Mumbai fire: at least 15 dead after blaze breaks out in restaurant
The fire quickly spread from the top floor of the four-storey building in India’s financial and entertainment capitalAt least 15 people have been killed and more than 50 injured in a fire that broke out in a restaurant in Mumbai early on Friday.The fire quickly spread from the top-floor restaurant through a four-storey building, said fire official Balkrishna Kadam. Related: 'Dark forces will be unleashed': the fire temple v the Mumbai metro Continue reading... [...]
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Army, RSS keeps India safe after Constitution: Justice Thomas
After Constitution, it is the Army and RSS which keeps Indians safe, former judge of the Supreme Court, Justice K T Thomas said. Speaking at Kottayam at an RSS instructors' camp, Justice Thomas said that if an organisation has [...]
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Atletico Madrid 's Lucas Hernández diagnosed with grade II sprain to right knee
Although Atletico Madrid did not specify when Lucas would be back to action, these kinds of injuries can take up to one month of recovery, depending on each individual case.   [...]
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Acer Nitro 5 Spin
  I am a fan of both ultrabooks and gaming laptops. And I get to cover a lot of laptops at Digit, and these are the two categories that I truly believe can take the PC industry further. These machines p... [...]
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China holds civil-military drills in Tibet
China holds civil-military drills in Tibet [...]
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Kalam awards 2018: 40 bureaucrats from all over India honoured
The second edition of Kalam Innovations in Governance Awards (KIGA) 2018 and its summit was held on Saturday at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi. Minister of State for Textiles Ajay Tamta and Desh Deepak Verma, IAS (Retd.) Secretary-General, Rajya Sabha felicitated the awardees. [...]
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Bandh war: To counter Congress, BJP calls for shutdown during Rahul's visit to Karnataka
In a tit-for-tat move to the bandh call during BJP President Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits to Karnataka, the party's state unit on Wednesday decided to observe district specific shutdown during Congress chief Rahul Gandhi's state tour. {image-yeddyurappa-15-1505478870-26-1509037804.jpg [...]
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Elimination of Lashkar leadership forced desperate escape in Srinagar: Police
The Jammu and Kashmir police have said that the escape of the terrorists from a Srinagar hospital was a desperate move by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba as its top leadership had been eliminated. The police said the police exercised restraint at [...]
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4 Army men martyred, 2 terrorists killed in Kashmir’s Gurez
Bandipora, Aug 7: Four Army men were martyred and two terrorists were killed following a fierce gun battle at the Gurez valley in North Kashmir. Sources tell OneIndia that that the gun battle began after the the Army's Rashtriya [...]
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Bengaluru municipal body removes 21,000 plastic banners, flexes after court order
Bengaluru municipal body removes 21,000 plastic banners, flexes after court order [...]
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Fernando Alonso to retire from F1 at end of the season after 17 years
The 37-year-old Spaniard is competing in his 17th Formula One season [...]
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Pizza is now Britain’s favourite dish?
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The Guardian view on Modi’s mistakes: the high costs of India’s demonetisation | Editorial
India’s prime minister ought to own up to the mistakes of his own policies which have cost lives, jobs and growth. If he doesn’t then voters will get a chance to do so in elections – and they should take itWell now we know. Narendra Modi, the prime minister of the world’s biggest democracy, popped the expanding balloon of the Indian economy with a mistaken policy implemented at high speed in a bungling manner. It might be expected that the office-bearer be held accountable for this monumental mistake. Not a chance. Mr Modi is determined not to concede the folly of demonetisation, which cost 100 lives, at least 1.5m jobs and left 150 million people without pay for weeks.Mr Modi has no one else to blame. It was he who, in November 2016, when Donald Trump’s election transfixed the world, announced that all 500- and 1,000-rupee notes would be withdrawn immediately from circulation. At a stroke the Indian prime minister rendered 86% of currency worthless outside a bank branch. Old notes would have to be exchanged for limited supplies of new currency. This was a populist measure carried out in the name of the poor, who had been convinced by Mr Modi’s lurid tales of purging the country of black-economy millionaires and their piles of illicit cash. Continue reading... [...]
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Serena Williams points towards sexism in tennis after controversial US Open final
Serena Williams lost the match to Japan's Naomi Osaka after a number of outbursts against chair umpire Carlos Ramos. " I don't cheat. You've robbed me of a game," she was heard telling him. [...]
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Pakistan's Imran Khan pledges citizenship for 1.5m Afghan refugees
PM’s offer reverses decades of hostility in official policy but analysts question motivesImran Khan has pledged to grant citizenship to 1.5 million Afghan refugees who have lived on the margins of Pakistan’s society for decades.According to the UN, Pakistan has the largest refugee population in the world, mostly made up of 2.7 million refugees from Afghanistan. Many fled the Soviet invasion in 1979, while others came across the border due to violence and economic turmoil. Continue reading... [...]
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Trump to Clinton: ‘No more Mr. Nice Guy’
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. The post Trump to Clinton: ‘No more Mr. Nice Guy’ | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost. [...]
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If India is to make Jammu & Kashmir love India, referendum is the only way
Chidambaram has now broken the silence about the original bargain. Of course, he will be criticised. There is celebration in heaven when a single sinner repents. In Indian Parliamen [...]
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Bajaj Pulsar CS400’s instrument cluster detailed in new spyshots
Also features a secondary display mounted on the fuel tank. New spyshots from Motoroids offer a much closer look at the Bajaj Pulsar CS400, ahead of its launch in the coming weeks. The CS400 will be Bajaj’s most powerful motorcycle in its lineup, when it goes on sale. The spyshot offers a first look at the digital instrument cluster of the production-spec Bajaj Pulsar CS400. The spyshots offers a first look at the digital instrument cluster of the Pulsar CS400, which displays most of the real-time info in one screen. It also has a small secondary screen on the fuel tank, although it’s unclear as to what info it displays. Other features seen in close-up shots include LED headlamps, telescopic forks, mono-shock rear suspension, single front and rear disc brakes. A single-channel ABS could be standard, while a dual-channel system could be optional. Powering the Pulsar CS400 is a modified version of the KTM Duke 390’s 373.2 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, which will feature Bajaj’s familiar DTS-i spark ignition system and a 6-speed transmission with revised gear ratios. Powering the Pulsar CS400 is a modified version of the KTM Duke 390’s 373.2 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. Also Read: Bajaj V sells 100,000 units in 120 days – Report The Bajaj Pulsar CS400 was previewed by the Bajaj Cruiser Sport concept at the Auto Expo 2014. Compared to the concept, there are very little styling changes. The only significant change is that the concept’s front suspension was an inverted fork, while the production-spec model features a conventional telescopic fork. Bajaj Pulsar CS400 – Image Gallery [Source: Motoroids] [...]
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Navaratri 2018: Puja vidhi, Timing, Muhurat and importance of this festival
New Delhi, Oct 7: Navaratri 2018 will start on Tuesday, the 9th of October (9/10/2018) and will continue for 9 days until Wednesday, the 17th of October. Timing for Navratri Puja: The auspicious time for placement of earthen pot on [...]
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