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  • 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.

  • Monday's Ransomware Attack Fails to Dent India, Says Minister: 10 Facts

    Monday's Ransomware Attack Fails to Dent India, Says Minister: 10 Facts

    The Ransomware WannaCry virus had a minimal effect on India, even though "isolated incidents" were reported from Kerala and Bengal, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said. In Kerala, one of the most digitized states of India, half-a-dozen computers across two districts -- Waynand and Patanamthitta -- were affected. In Bengal, some computers of th...

  • Lalu Yadav's Birthday Gift For Son Tej Pratap: A Clean Chit In Graft Case

    Lalu Yadav's Birthday Gift For Son Tej Pratap: A Clean Chit In Graft Case

    Never known for seeking out the press to give sound bites, Lalu Yadav bucked the tradition this morning, as his son Tej Pratap turned 29 years old. His statement to the press, though, was one that he had given before - confidence expressed that Tej Pratap, accused of corruption by the BJP, was not guilty.

  • UP Elections 2017: 'Let Modi Talk. UP Adopted Samajwadi Party,' Says Mulayam Singh

    UP Elections 2017: 'Let Modi Talk. UP Adopted Samajwadi Party,' Says Mulayam Singh

    Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh today dismissed Prime Minister Modi's claim that he was the "adopted son of Uttar Pradesh", saying the state has adopted the Samajwadi Party. The Prime Minister's claim has drawn a lot of criticism from the opposition, with Congress's Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to RJD chief Lalu Prasad rushing to comment on the ma...

  • Armed With Toy Pistol, Man Enters M Karunanidhi's House, Demands Money

    Armed With Toy Pistol, Man Enters M Karunanidhi's House, Demands Money

    A man was arrested today after he allegedly entered DMK chief M Karunanidhi's house in Chennai. Police said Rajendra Prasad, who was armed with a toy pistol, had stayed overnight at Mr Karunanidhi's CIT Colony residence and demanded money.

  • In Bengaluru, Fortis Docs Fined Rs 23.5 Lakh After Patient Dies

    In Bengaluru, Fortis Docs Fined Rs 23.5 Lakh After Patient Dies

    In a landmark order, a consumer disputes redressal commission in Bengaluru has asked three doctors of Fortis Hospital to pay a compensation amounting to Rs 23.5 lakh to the family of a woman who died allegedly due to medical negligence.

  • Right Away, Baby. Aadhar Number 22 Minutes After She Was Born

    Right Away, Baby. Aadhar Number 22 Minutes After She Was Born

    Young Rakhi was not even an hour old when she got her Aadhaar number. Within 22 minutes of her birth - at a local health centre in Madhya Pradesh's Jhabua- she was registered. The card will reach the family within a week.

  • After A Hundred Questions And Concerns, Aadhaar Crosses Billion Mark

    After A Hundred Questions And Concerns, Aadhaar Crosses Billion Mark

    Six years after the first Aadhar card was issued a billion people in India have a unique number allotted to them. Over 93% adults have a smart card, which not only provides them with an identity, but is also used to ensure that government subsidies go directly to the correct beneficiary.

  • Ishrat Jehan Case: Government Sets Up Probe Panel On Missing Files

    Ishrat Jehan Case: Government Sets Up Probe Panel On Missing Files

    The Narendra Modi government has set up a committee to look into the issue of missing files in Ishrat Jahan case. A one-man committee, comprising Additional Secretary BK Prasad, will probe the issue of missing files -- related to the case of alleged fake encounter of June 2004, in which Ishrat Jahan was killed.

  • Ministerial Berths for Lalu's Sons Tejaswi, Tej Pratap? Why Not, Says Sister Misa

    Ministerial Berths for Lalu's Sons Tejaswi, Tej Pratap? Why Not, Says Sister Misa

    With Lalu Prasad's Rashtriya Janata Dal winning the most number of seats, 73, in the Bihar assembly elections, questions are being raised whether his two sons will be getting ministerial berths in the new government.

  • Rashtriya Jadu-Tona Party: PM Modi's Dig at Lalu Prasad

    Rashtriya Jadu-Tona Party: PM Modi's Dig at Lalu Prasad

    In a sharp dig at the anti-BJP alliance in Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dubbed the Rashtriya Janata Party as "Rashtriya Jadu-Tona (black magic) Dal" .

  • World Knows Martin Luther King, Not Ambedkar: PM Modi Ahead of Bihar Polls

    World Knows Martin Luther King, Not Ambedkar: PM Modi Ahead of Bihar Polls

    On the eve of the first phase of assembly elections in Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi invoked Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan and B R Ambedkar - one an icon of the two parties of the anti-BJP coalition and the other seen as a Dalit icon -- at a rally in Mumbai.

  • PM Modi Changed Clothes 16 Times in US: Rahul Gandhi's New Jibe

    PM Modi Changed Clothes 16 Times in US: Rahul Gandhi's New Jibe

    In a 'colourful' variation of his "suit boot ki sarkaar" jibe, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today charged Prime Minister Narendra Modi with changing clothes, all of different hues, "16 times" during his recent five-day US visit.

  • Why Upendra Kushwaha is Important For BJP in Bihar

    Why Upendra Kushwaha is Important For BJP in Bihar

    The BJP announcement of it first list of candidates for the coming assembly elections in Bihar left one of its key allies - Upendra Kushwaha, the leader of Rashtriya Lok Samta Party - miffed.

  • Will Contest All 243 Seats in Bihar, Says Samajwadi Party

    Will Contest All 243 Seats in Bihar, Says Samajwadi Party

    Despite the efforts of former allies Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar to change his mind, Mulayam Singh Yadav's Samajwadi Party, which quit Bihar's anti-BJP alliance last week, has declared it would contest all 243 assembly seats in the coming elections.

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