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Need for a booster shot
Budget 2017: Why Indian economy needs a booster shot after the demonetisation jolt [...]
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Siddaramaiah accords 'religious minority' status to Lingayats subject to Centre's approval
The Karnataka government has issued a notification recognising Lingayats and Veerashaivas who practice Basavatatva (teachings of Basavanna) as religious minorities. There is, however, little to cheer for the community immediately since the notification will come into effect only if and after [...]
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Bhagalpur communal clashes: Arijit Shashwat's bail plea rejected
A Bhagalpur Court on Saturday rejected the bail plea of Union Minister Ashwini Choubey's son Arijit Shashwat, who has been accused of triggering communal clashes in the district. Additional District and Sessions Judge Kumud Ranjan turned down the bail plea filed [...]
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Kolkata: Son preserves mother's body for 3 years to withdraw her pension using fingerprints
In yet another horrific incident, a man who is in his mid fifties was detained by Kolkata police after he was found living with his mother's body, who died three years ago on April 7, 2015. He had been preserving the [...]
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Naz Shah: ‘Honour’ killing may not be in your culture, but the problem belongs to us all
After the murder of Qandeel Baloch, police are investigating the suspicious death in Pakistan of one of my constituents. We can stay silent no longer“Why do men bask in ‘honour’ and women bear the burden of ‘shame’?” A thought-provoking question from Sayeeda Warsi last Tuesday during a discussion about the Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch, who was murdered by her brother, in an “honour killing”.A week later, I am left asking the same question in response to the suspicious death of one of my constituents, Samia Shahid – again in Pakistan. I know how tightly scripted a young woman’s life can be in my community. And I know how dangerous it can be when you don’t stick to the script. Related: Bradford woman's death in Pakistan investigated after 'honour' killing claims Related: 'Honour' killings, hypocrisy, and the moral policing reserved only for women | Maliha Aqueel Continue reading... [...]
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Kerala CPI-M youth wing organises cricket tournament to protest against fuel price hike, announces 1.5 litre petrol in prize
Kerala CPI-M youth wing organises cricket tournament to protest against fuel price hike, announces 1.5 litre petrol in prize [...]
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Kalikho Pul: From humble beginnings to chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh
Former chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh and rebel congress leader Kalikho Pul's death on Tuesday morning shocked the political circles of the state. The post Kalikho Pul: From humble beginnings to chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh appeared first on Firstpost. [...]
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SC Judges rebellion: CJI Dipak Misra, dissenting Judges to meet at lunch today
The Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and four dissenting judges - Justices Ranjan Gogoi, Kurian Joseph, Madan B. Lokur and Justice Chelameswar will meet at lunch on Wednesday. The development comes a day after CJI Misra met in [...]
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Mashal Khan: death sentence for Pakistan blasphemy murder
Student was seized from his dorm room by a mob who stripped, beat and shot himA Pakistani court has sentenced one person to death and five others to life imprisonment for lynching a student accused of blasphemy, a crime which sent shockwaves through the conservative Muslim country.Mashal Khan, 23, was stripped, beaten and shot by a gang made up mostly of students last April before being thrown from the second floor of his dormitory at Abdul Wali Khan university in the northwestern city of Mardan. Related: Student's lynching sparks rare uproar in Pakistan over blasphemy killings Continue reading... [...]
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TDP indulging in 'false propaganda', 85% promises have been fulfilled: BJP
Amaravati,Mar 11: The BJP on Sunday said it would launch a counter campaign soon against TDP's 'false propaganda' on Central assistance to the state, to place all facts before the people on what the Modi government did for Andhra Pradesh in [...]
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S H Raza’s journey
The elation of Independence, however, had been dismantled by the ravages of the Partition and for Raza it led to extreme isolation as his family members decided to leave for Pakistan. (Source [...]
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Mortal remains of 39 Indians killed by ISIS in Iraq to be brought to India today
Minister for State for External Affairs, V K Singh would return with the mortal remains of 39 Indians killed by the Islamic State in Iraq on Monday. Singh left at around 1 pm from the Hindon airbase on Sunday and is [...]
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BJP MLA seeks 'Maharashtra Bhushan' for Rajinikanth
Mumbai, Jul 26: BJP MLA Anil Gote today said Maharashtra government should give the state's highest award, 'Maharashtra Bhushan', to superstar and "son of the soil" Rajinikanth. Raising the issue in the Lower House, Gote said Rajinikanth, who was born Shivaji [...]
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7 dead, several injured as massive storm hits Kolkata
Seven people were killed and several others injured on Tuesday after strong winds of up to 98 km per hour hit the West Bengal capital and its adjoining areas, disrupting public transport and traffic, officials said. Unconfirmed sources, however, [...]
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High red meat intake may increase mortality rate
Researchers have reasons to believe that a red meat-based diet can expose to greater health  risks. (File) A high intake of proteins from animal sources such as red meats, eggs and [...]
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We put OnePlus' Dash Charge claim to test
  OnePlus 3 is a great smartphone, there is no doubt about it. When it comes to the battery life of the smartphone, the company has an interesting claim to make. In our review, we said that the device c... [...]
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Rio Olympics 2016, Day 3: India's complete schedule; Abhinav Bindra, Gagan Narang in spotlight
Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang are not new to the pressure of participating in the Olympics and expectations are high from these two veteran shooters to bag medals for India on Day 3 in Rio. [...]
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Dakar 2018 Stage 11: Hero MotoSports gains ground
With the 2018 Dakar Rally nearing an end, Stage 11 marked the first leg of the Marathon stage for the bikes. Running from Belen to Fiambala, the stage consisted of a 205km liaison followed by a 280km timed section. After a strong stage the previous day, Stage 11 proved to be yet another fruitful stage for Hero MotoSports. Oriol Mena continued his top form to finish the stage in ninth place, helping him make his way up to 10th place in the overall standings. Meanwhile, his teammate CS Santosh completed the stage 33rd, gaining four spots in the general classifications for an overall 35th place. Sherco TVS also had reason to cheer, with Joan Pedrero delivering a strong performance to finish the stage in eighth place – his best stage result in the 2018 Dakar Rally yet. The result has helped him inch closer to the top 10, with a 14th place overall ranking. Stage 12 of the rally was set to see competitors traverse 723km to San Juan. However, organisers have decided to cancel the stage for the bikes and quads categories due to safety concerns because of the weather. The stage will continue as planned for the cars and trucks categories, though, since their route is different.  Also see: Dakar 2018 Stage 10: Mena breaks into top 15 Indian contingent continues 2018 Dakar Rally charge Dakar 2018 Stage 5 brings an end to Aravind KP’s campaign Dakar 2018 Stage 3: TVS on solid ground; bittersweet day for Hero [...]
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Cauvery water dispute verdict LIVE: K'taka gets more water due to drinking water crisis in Bengaluru
The Cauvery waters verdict delivered today by a three judge Bench of the Supreme Court of India. It is a crucial day for the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu as a lot would depend on this verdict. The [...]
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Rising air pollution: Centre considering nationwide ban on pet coke use
New Delhi, Apr 10: The Union Government is considering a nationwide ban on the use of pet coke by various industries and a decision is likely to be taken within a month, the Supreme Court was informed on Tuesday (April 10). [...]
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Reality check: How will India fare at 2016 Rio Olympics?
For India, the Olympic dreams of world's second most populous country will continue to be a fringe one. [...]
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Muslim rape-murder case in India disrupted by Hindu groups
Arrest of temple custodian leads to confrontation between police and dozens of Hindu lawyersWhen police in northern India went to court on Monday to file charges implicating eight men in the rape and murder of a Muslim child, they were confronted by dozens of Hindu lawyers determined to keep them out. The killing of eight year-old Asifa Bano, details of which were released on Wednesday, and ongoing efforts by Hindu groups to disrupt the police investigation have sickened many Indians and deepened concerns about a growing sense of impunity among religious nationalists. Continue reading... [...]
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Salads: An evergreen recipe to stay healthy
Salads are synonymous with health foods. A colorful combination of fresh greens, vegetables, fruits, fragrant herbs, beans, sprouts, tofu, cheese, rice, pasta, meats, fish or poultry, nuts and seeds — salads can be a perfect accompaniment or a complete [...]
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MS Dhoni hints at possible IPL retirement, reflects back on 10 years with Chennai
At 36, not many expect MS Dhoni to continue playing international cricket for several years from here on. He himself has said several senior Chennai players, perhaps, won't be playing in the next two years. [...]
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DIY generation: Here Comes the Bus
The app locates and tracks school buses in real time, serving as a guide to parents out to drop or pick up their children. [...]
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SSC JE admit card 2017, check now
The SSC JE admit card 2017 has been released. The admit card is available on the official website. The recruitment examination will take place from January 22 to January 29, 2018 to fill various posts of civil, mechanical, electrical, [...]
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BCCI president, treasurer kept in dark about Afghanistan Test date
The difference in opinion among BCCI top brass once again came to the fore as acting president CK Khanna, treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry and senior member Rajiv Shukla were apparently not kept in the loop over the scheduling of the historic Test against Afghanistan. [...]
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