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  • Our EVMs (Vote Machine) Can't Be Rigged, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi Tells NDTV

    Our EVMs (Vote Machine) Can't Be Rigged, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi Tells NDTV

    Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi today underscored that the commission has not received any "credible evidence of tampering" in the Electronic Voting Machines. Last week, the commission had held an all party meeting ahead of its hackathon challenge that begins on June 3.

  • First The Swat, Now The Hair Tuck. Melania Trump Does It Again

    First The Swat, Now The Hair Tuck. Melania Trump Does It Again

    As her now-famous swat was still making the rounds of Internet, US First Lady Melania Trump again managed to evade an effort to hold hands from President Donald Trump. And this too, was caught on camera.

  • Paytm Launches Payments Bank, Offers Cashback, 4 per cent Interest

    Paytm Launches Payments Bank, Offers Cashback, 4 per cent Interest

    Mobile wallet Paytm, which became a household name after the Narendra Modi government's decision to scrap high denomination currency last year, has launched niche bank in a bid to double its customer base. Already 220 millon customers use Paytm, the target is expanding it to 500 million in the next three years.

  • 'Saved A Dozen Lives Without Firing': Officer Who Tied Kashmiri Man To Jeep

    'Saved A Dozen Lives Without Firing': Officer Who Tied Kashmiri Man To Jeep

    When Major Leetul Gogoi arrived at a polling station in Srinagar last month in response to an SOS from poll officials and security personnel trapped inside, his team was attacked by a 1000 -strong group of protesters, who hurled stones and petrol bombs at them.

  • Why Karnataka's Bidar Remembers IAS Officer Anurag Tiwari Who Died In UP

    Why Karnataka's Bidar Remembers IAS Officer Anurag Tiwari Who Died In UP

    Dry Bidar in Karnataka did not need a single water tanker this summer. The locals say it was IAS officer Anurag Tewari whose tireless work has kept the hilltop city's tanks and wells full. The 36-year-old officer's body was found on the roadside in Lucknow last week. The police, which found the death "suspicious" and started a murder investigation,...

  • In Front Of World Media, Melania Trump Slaps Off US President's Hand

    In Front Of World Media, Melania Trump Slaps Off US President's Hand

    The awkward moments between Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump had another significant addition during the US first couple's visit to Israel. Walking down the red carpet on Ben Gurion airport tarmac with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and wife Sara, President Trump extended his hand to the First Lady, who promptly slapped it away in...

  • Social Boycott And A Vow: Law Board's Key Measures To Stop Triple Talaq

    Social Boycott And A Vow: Law Board's Key Measures To Stop Triple Talaq

    An undertaking during wedding that the groom won't say talaq thrice at one go, and social boycott to husbands who do - these were the two key points for self-regulation that the Muslim Personal Law Board has come up with. They were part of the advisory the board presented today to the five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court that is exami...

  • Punishing Officials For Honest Mistakes Can Lower Morale: Nitin Gadkari

    Punishing Officials For Honest Mistakes Can Lower Morale: Nitin Gadkari

    Two days after former coal secretary HC Gupta was convicted in a coal scam case, Union minister Nitin Gadkari today sounded a warning, saying punishing bureaucrats unless they have deliberately done wrong, will have a demoralising effect.

  • Pak Cops Claim Another Indian Arrested. India Not Informed, Say Sources

    Pak Cops Claim Another Indian Arrested. India Not Informed, Say Sources

    An Indian man was arrested in Islamabad after he was found not to have required travel documents, the Pakistani authorities have said. The man has been identified as Sheikh Nabi, a resident of Mumbai. The Indian High Commission is yet to be informed about the case, sources in the foreign ministry have said.

  • Man Linked To 400-Crore Scam Funded AAP Leaders' Russia Trip: Kapil Mishra

    Man Linked To 400-Crore Scam Funded AAP Leaders' Russia Trip: Kapil Mishra

    Kapil Mishra, the sacked water minister of Delhi, today launched what he called a "movement" to clean up Aam Aadmi Party with another sensational allegation: That a man under investigation over a Rs 400-crore scam, funded the foreign tours of two of its senior leaders, Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh.

  • 'Finishing 5 Years 1st Test': Nitin Gadkari On 3 Years Of Modi Government

    'Finishing 5 Years 1st Test': Nitin Gadkari On 3 Years Of Modi Government

    As the Narendra Modi government completes three years in office, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said while the administration is on track and showed a considerable advance, there's a lot to achieve by 2018.

  • 'Public Duty. Any Citizen Would Have Done It': Harish Salve On Re 1 Fee

    'Public Duty. Any Citizen Would Have Done It': Harish Salve On Re 1 Fee

    Former Attorney General Harish Salve, who famously charged only Re 1 to argue India's case on Kulbhushan Jadhav in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, today said he has done no more than what any Indian citizen would do.

  • 2 Days After Raids, Karti Chidambaram In UK. Scheduled Trip, Say Sources

    2 Days After Raids, Karti Chidambaram In UK. Scheduled Trip, Say Sources

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union Minister, Congress's P Chidambaram, has left for the UK, sources close to him said. The visit -- which comes two days after his Chennai home was raided by the Central Bureau of Investigation - had been planned earlier as part of his work schedule, sources said. Karti Chidambaram, a businessman, is also a C...

  • For Kulbhushan Jadhav, India Has Plan A And B: Harish Salve To NDTV

    For Kulbhushan Jadhav, India Has Plan A And B: Harish Salve To NDTV

    The first battle won at the International Court of Justice - the stalling of the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav - former Solicitor General Harish Salve said India has two plans to get justice for the 46-year-old former Naval officer. The first involves a request for outright release amid what he called an "evolving jurisprudence". The other -- a lo...

  • 1 Rupee Fee, But Harish Salve Earns India's Praise, Gratitude

    1 Rupee Fee, But Harish Salve Earns India's Praise, Gratitude

    Former Attorney General Harish Salve charged only Rs 1 to argue India's case on Kulbhushan Jadhav in the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Today, as the court gave a preliminary verdict in India's favour, asking Pakistan to hold off the execution of Mr Jadhav, he was showered with praise.

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