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  • Goa: Committee to Study Bogus Cases Filed by Women Against Men

    Goa: Committee to Study Bogus Cases Filed by Women Against Men

    Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday said in the Assembly that a committee comprising women legislators Alina Saldanha (state environment minister) and Jeniffer Monserratte (Congress MLA) and women police officers would be formed to study...

  • US Envoy Kathleen Stephens Meets Gujarat Chief Minister

    US Envoy Kathleen Stephens Meets Gujarat Chief Minister

    The US interim Ambassador to India today paid a courtesy visit to Gujarat Chief Minister Anandi Patel here and discussed a host of issues, including relations between the two countries and the BJP-ruled state's progress in the energy sector.

  • Bihar By-polls to Test Strength of Regrouped Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar

    Bihar By-polls to Test Strength of Regrouped Lalu Prasad, Nitish Kumar

    By-polls to 10 Assembly seats in Bihar on Thursday will establish whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi's magic is still working in the state or that of Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar, who have claimed a winning formula in allying.

  • High Court Stays Execution of the Two Kolhapur Sisters

    High Court Stays Execution of the Two Kolhapur Sisters

    In a major relief for the two Kolhapur sisters whose mercy pleas were recently rejected by the President, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday stayed their execution till disposal of their petition seeking commutation of death sentence to life imprison...

  • Assam-Nagaland Border Violence: The Anatomy of a Dispute

    Assam-Nagaland Border Violence: The Anatomy of a Dispute

    The violence in Golaghat district of Assam bordering Nagaland began as a land dispute between two men, says a central government note, also alleging that the dispute was fanned by local politicians, social activists and insurgent group, the NSCN (Kho...

  • Were the Badaun Teens Raped? Forensic Report Says No

    Were the Badaun Teens Raped? Forensic Report Says No

    Forensic tests have ruled out sexual assault in the infamous Badaun rape and murder case, in which two teenage girls were allegedly raped and then hanged from a mango tree in a village of Uttar Pradesh this May.

  • Two Militants Killed in Gunfight with Army

    Two Militants Killed in Gunfight with Army

    Two unidentified militants were killed in a gunbattle with army in Kupwara district in Kashmir today, an army spokesman said.

  • Chained For Years For Being Mentally Ill, They are Finally Free

    Chained For Years For Being Mentally Ill, They are Finally Free

    Churaman Kaurav and his younger son Brajesh, residents of Madhya Pradesh's Narsinghpur district, finally have a chance at a better life, and may be even recovery, with a NGO reaching out to the duo.

  • Saradha Scam: CBI Arrests East Bengal Club Official

    Saradha Scam: CBI Arrests East Bengal Club Official

    CBI today arrested an official of East Bengal football club Debabrata Sarkar in connection with Saradha chit fund scam in which deposits of thousands of investors were allegedly swindled by ponzi companies.

  • 19 More Die in Flood-Hit Parts of Uttar Pradesh, Death Toll Crosses 80

    19 More Die in Flood-Hit Parts of Uttar Pradesh, Death Toll Crosses 80

    Flood situation remained grim in Uttar Pradesh where the toll rose to 82 today with reports of 19 more deaths even as authorities feared outbreak of disease in the worst affected eastern parts of the state.

  • Boo Alert. Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Won't Share Stage With PM

    Boo Alert. Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Won't Share Stage With PM

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan will skip a function today to inaugurate the Nagpur metro, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be attending.

  • Irom Sharmila May Have to Return to Hospital Soon: Family

    Irom Sharmila May Have to Return to Hospital Soon: Family

    Despite her release from detention, Manipur's rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila's family is apprehensive that she might have to go back to hospital as she cannot survive fasting without being force-fed through nose.

  • Mumbai Gets All-Women Beat Marshal Squads to Tackle Crime

    Mumbai Gets All-Women Beat Marshal Squads to Tackle Crime

    Mumbai police today got the all-women beat marshal squads, a first-of-its-kind initiative in the country wherein armed female police personnel will patrol the city streets on bikes, specifically to tackle crime against women.

  • RBI Sets Up Working Group on Taxation of Financial Instruments

    RBI Sets Up Working Group on Taxation of Financial Instruments

    The terms of reference of the working group include, reviewing current tax structure as applicable to various financial instruments issued in the Indian financial system and identifying possible 'tax arbitrage' among financial instruments under the e...

  • Send Your Messages, Pictures to Red Planet With 'Beam Me to Mars'

    Send Your Messages, Pictures to Red Planet With 'Beam Me to Mars'

    A US-based space-funding company has launched a new project that will allow you to send messages and pictures to Mars.

  • Nagpur Metro Gets Cabinet Nod

    Nagpur Metro Gets Cabinet Nod

    Centre today approved the 38.215 km long Nagpur Metro project at an estimated cost of Rs 8,680 crore.

  • Zee Entertainment to Replace United Spirits in Nifty From September 19

    Zee Entertainment to Replace United Spirits in Nifty From September 19

    India Index Services & Products Ltd, an NSE-Crisil joint venture that maintains Nifty index, today said in a statement that United Spirits Ltd (USL) will be excluded from the 50-share bluechip index, while Zee Entertainment Enterprises will be induct...

  • Imran's Look-Alike Big Draw at 'Azadi March'

    Imran's Look-Alike Big Draw at 'Azadi March'

    Opposition leader Imran Khan is the man of the hour for thousands of his supporters in Islamabad but those unable to access him can get themselves clicked with his look-alike who has been a big draw at the protest.

  • Andhra Pradesh to Provide Filtered Water in Rural Areas

    Andhra Pradesh to Provide Filtered Water in Rural Areas

    The Andhra Pradesh government is going to launch 'NTR Sujala Sravanthi' scheme, which will provide filtered water in the rural areas, on October 2 across 5,000 gram panchayats in the first phase.

  • Delhi: RTI Activist Shot At by Unidentified Assailants

    Delhi: RTI Activist Shot At by Unidentified Assailants

    A 52-year-old RTI activist was shot at by some motorbike-borne assailants outside his home here, police said Wednesday.

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