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  • Arvind Kejriwal's Made A Call On Who To Back For President: Sources

    Arvind Kejriwal's Made A Call On Who To Back For President: Sources

    Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party or AAP has chosen a side in the Presidential election - it will back opposition candidate Meira Kumar, said sources. An announcement is expected tomorrow, said AAP sources.

  • Karnataka Assembly Orders Year's Jail For 2 Journalists For Defamation

    Karnataka Assembly Orders Year's Jail For 2 Journalists For Defamation

    Two journalists are to be jailed after Karnataka's lawmakers decided they should be punished for two-year-old articles in tabloids that were allegedly defamatory about some of them including Speaker KB Koliwad who is from the Congress.

  • Police Officer Beaten To Death By Mob Of Over 200 Outside Srinagar Mosque

    Police Officer Beaten To Death By Mob Of Over 200 Outside Srinagar Mosque

    An officer of the Jammu and Kashmir police was brutally beaten to death by a mob of more than 200 people outside the Jamia Masjid in state capital Srinagar while congregational prayers were on at the mosque in the old city late on Thursday evening. Two people have been arrested this morning.

  • IT Hub Bengaluru, Notorious For Bad Traffic, Has Reason To Cheer

    IT Hub Bengaluru, Notorious For Bad Traffic, Has Reason To Cheer

    For over 12 million residents of India's IT capital Bengaluru, infamous for mind-melting traffic jams and long commute times, there is now a new hope of a smoother ride.

  • Election For President? Yes, Says Left, Action Shifts To Patna: 10 Facts

    Election For President? Yes, Says Left, Action Shifts To Patna: 10 Facts

    An election for President is essential, the Left said on Tuesday, claiming that "it is a battle of ideologies" - a stand that resonates with the Congress. D Raja of the CPI said that the Left will support either former Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar or former union minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, who are both Dalit leaders from the Congress, but it is...

  • Darjeeling Stares At More Unrest After Bloody Saturday: 10 Points

    Darjeeling Stares At More Unrest After Bloody Saturday: 10 Points

    On the edge for the last 10 days over the demand for a separate state by Gorkha ethnic groups, Darjeeling descended deeper into turmoil on Saturday with widespread clashes between protesters and the police in which at least one person was killed and 35 security personnel were injured. The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM), the party spearheading the pro...

  • How Abu Salem, Convicted In 1993 Mumbai Blasts Case, Reacted To The Verdict

    How Abu Salem, Convicted In 1993 Mumbai Blasts Case, Reacted To The Verdict

    As a Mumbai court announced the verdict today in the 1993 serial blasts case, that had left 257 dead and over 700 injured, key accused Abu Salem did not display any emotion.

  • Pothole-Free Roads By June 15, Promised Yogi Adityanath. A Reality Check

    Pothole-Free Roads By June 15, Promised Yogi Adityanath. A Reality Check

    The Uttar Pradesh government's grand promise of making all roads in the state pothole-free has hit a few bumps. Yesterday, when its target date expired, the government admitted that the Public Works Department had not managed to transform all rickety routes into the regal driveways that it had promised.

  • Amit Shah Defers Travel To Focus On President Election With BJP, Allies

    Amit Shah Defers Travel To Focus On President Election With BJP, Allies

    BJP president Amit Shah has postponed his visit to Arunachal Pradesh due to start today and the party is likely to defer its national executive meeting scheduled for July 15-16 as it works to finalise a candidate for the Presidential election. Mr Shah is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior leaders to discuss president election.

  • Bail Denied To UP Students Who Showed Black Flags To Yogi Adityanath

    Bail Denied To UP Students Who Showed Black Flags To Yogi Adityanath

    Three days after 12 students were arrested by the Lucknow police for showing black flags and holding up the convoy of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at a Lucknow University function, they continue to remain in jail. A local court in Lucknow has rejected their bail application and sent the 11 to two weeks of judicial custody triggering protests.

  • Neither Pressure Nor Money: Sushma Swaraj Counters Trump's Accusations

    Neither Pressure Nor Money: Sushma Swaraj Counters Trump's Accusations

    India today firmly denounced US President Donald Trump's allegation that in signing the historic Paris Climate Accord, it had reaped "billions" of dollars.

  • Congress Roasted For Map That Marks Out 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'

    Congress Roasted For Map That Marks Out 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'

    The Congress party is being skewered on social media after publishing a booklet that has labelled Kashmir as 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'.

  • As Karunanidhi Turns 94, Opposition Unites For Another Occasion: 10 Facts

    As Karunanidhi Turns 94, Opposition Unites For Another Occasion: 10 Facts

    As DMK chief M Karunanidhi turns 94 today, his birthday party will serve as a gathering for more than one cause. While his party will mark the occasion as one to celebrate his sixty years of being a legislator without losing a single election, a host opposition parties will huddle around in what is being seen as a show of unity ahead of the Preside...

  • Bihar Topper Ganesh Kumar, Now Arrested For Fraud, Is 42, Has Two Kids, Says Board

    Bihar Topper Ganesh Kumar, Now Arrested For Fraud, Is 42, Has Two Kids, Says Board

    Ganesh Kumar, this year's Class 12 board exam topper in Bihar who followed suit with last year's topper Ruby Rai in flubbing a TV interview by failing to answer basic questions about his subjects, has been arrested. His result, like his predecessor, has been cancelled.

  • Rahul Gandhi Accused Telangana's KCR Of Family Rule. Here's The Response

    Rahul Gandhi Accused Telangana's KCR Of Family Rule. Here's The Response

    Rahul Gandhi, touring Telangana to revive his Congress party's fortunes in India's youngest state, decried Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao of twisting policies to suit "one family" - his own - and said there's evidence of dynastic politics.

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