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  • William Peter Blatty, Author Of 'The Exorcist,' Dies At 89

    William Peter Blatty, Author Of 'The Exorcist,' Dies At 89

    William Peter Blatty's novel and later screenplay for the 1973 film about a demonic possession became a phenomenon and stirred fierce public debate about the occult. The Bethesda, Md., native has died at age 89.

  • Ex-Army Chief Raheel Sharif's Career Move Sparks Debate In Pakistan: Report

    Ex-Army Chief Raheel Sharif's Career Move Sparks Debate In Pakistan: Report

    News about General Raheel Sharif poised to head a Saudi-led military alliance to combat terror has sparked a debate in Pakistan with the Senate Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani asking if the retired army chief had sought the government's permission, according to a media report today.

  • Madhya Pradesh Police Launches Mobile App For Women Safety

    Madhya Pradesh Police Launches Mobile App For Women Safety

    Amid national debate over women safety triggered by the Bengaluru molestation incident, Madhya Pradesh police have launched 'MP e-Cop', a mobile app and portal to facilitate girls to get immediate back-up merely with a push of a button.

  • Leaf Plates From Germany: Time to Switch Back to Ancient Indian Traditions?

    Leaf Plates From Germany: Time to Switch Back to Ancient Indian Traditions?

    Can we try and fancy a world with considerably less plastic, especially when it comes to our everyday eating habits?

  • After West Pak Refugees, Rohingya Settlers Spark Another Debate In Jammu

    After West Pak Refugees, Rohingya Settlers Spark Another Debate In Jammu

    Zahid Hussain, 45, and his family were the first Rohingya Muslims to make Jammu their home in 2009. They were followed by others, who came to escape persecution in Myanmar. Today there are over 1,500 registered Rohingiya Muslim families in Jammu who are neither citizens of India, nor permanent residents of the state.

  • With Cold War Words, Donald Trump Launches Into Nuclear Debate

    With Cold War Words, Donald Trump Launches Into Nuclear Debate

    President-elect Donald Trump indicated Friday he did not fear a new arms race and warned the United States would match any move by another country to boost its nuclear arsenal, in a spectacular new foray into foreign policy.

  • PM Modi vs Rahul Gandhi As Notes Ban Battle Moves To UP Which Votes Soon

    PM Modi vs Rahul Gandhi As Notes Ban Battle Moves To UP Which Votes Soon

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress vice President Rahul Gandhi took their notes ban battle today to Uttar Pradesh, where elections will be held soon. In Kanpur, PM Modi attacked opposition parties for not allowing Parliament to function in the winter session and accused them of scuttling crucial debate on holding simultaneous national and st...

  • 11 Opposition Legislators Suspended From Telangana Assembly

    11 Opposition Legislators Suspended From Telangana Assembly

    Nearly a dozen members of the Congress and TDP were today suspended from the Telangana Legislative Assembly over their demand for debate on defection of Opposition MLAs into ruling TRS.

  • 2 Bills Passed, Lok Sabha Ran For Less Than An Hour A Day This Winter Session

    2 Bills Passed, Lok Sabha Ran For Less Than An Hour A Day This Winter Session

    The Lok Sabha or lower house of Parliament ran for a total 19 hours in the 21-day winter session, not even averaging an hour a day, while the Rajya Sabha did marginally better at 22 hours. The rest of the time was lost to slogan shouting and disruption, mainly over the government's notes ban and its impact on people. Between the two Houses they cou...

  • PM Narendra Modi Told Rahul Gandhi And Co: Should Always Meet Like This

    PM Narendra Modi Told Rahul Gandhi And Co: Should Always Meet Like This

    Meeting Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders amid acrimony in Parliament over the notes ban, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reportedly said today: "We should always meet like this."

  • Parliament Winter Session Day 21: Live Updates

    Parliament Winter Session Day 21: Live Updates

    Today is the last day of parliament's winter session this year. The session saw continuous disruptions and little work done. The government and opposition have blamed each other. Today also sees opposition parties marching from parliament to the Rashtrapati Bhavan to meet President Pranab Mukherjee to protest against government's decision to yank 5...

  • 'Is A Tweet Policy?' State Department Officials Ponder

    'Is A Tweet Policy?' State Department Officials Ponder

    When is a tweet just a tweet? A debate is percolating in the US State Department, where diplomats measure their words with demitasse spoons, on how to handle Donald Trump's Twitter commentary if he continues to tweet after he becomes US president on January 20.

  • Feel Like Resigning, LK Advani Said To Smriti Irani After Parliament Is Adjourned

    Feel Like Resigning, LK Advani Said To Smriti Irani After Parliament Is Adjourned

    BJP veteran LK Advani has again expressed severe disappointment at the continuous disruption of Parliament, invoking the party's gold standard Atal Bihari Vajpayee, former Prime Minister. Mr Advani asked union home minister Rajnath Singh to speak to the opposition and try and restore order so that the Houses can run. If Mr Vajpayee had been in Parl...

  • After Rahul Gandhi's Explosive Claim, More Chaos In Parliament: 10 Developments

    After Rahul Gandhi's Explosive Claim, More Chaos In Parliament: 10 Developments

    Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and the leaders of 14 other opposition parties will march tomorrow from parliament to the presidential palace of Rashtrapati Bhawan to meet President Pranab Mukherjee to protest against the government's decision to yank 500-and 1,000-rupee notes and update him on what they describe as the unrelenting hardship ca...

  • Gujarat Universities Go Cashless To Tide Over Cash Crunch

    Gujarat Universities Go Cashless To Tide Over Cash Crunch

    As debate goes on across the country regarding the cash to cashless transition, colleges in Gujarat are going digital to eliminate the worries about cash payments. Some universities in the state have shifted to online payments for students and many of the colleges under them are slowly making the transition.

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