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  • Eid Milad-Un-Nabi 2017: The Importance And Significance Of Eid-E-Milad

    Eid Milad-Un-Nabi 2017: The Importance And Significance Of Eid-E-Milad

    People across the country today celebrated Eid Milad-Un-Nabi - the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad - the founder of Islam, also believed to be a messenger of God by Muslims. His birthday falls on 12th Rabi' ul-awwal, the third month of the Muslim lunar calendar, corresponding with December 2 this year.

  • Ivanka Trump's India Visit - What All To Expect

    Ivanka Trump's India Visit - What All To Expect

    Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump's daughter and purportedly his most trusted adviser, is set to visit India on Tuesday, to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit or GES to be held in the city of Nizams - Hyderabad.

  • After Lalu's Wife Threatens PM With Violence, A Shocker From Son

    After Lalu's Wife Threatens PM With Violence, A Shocker From Son

    Lalu Yadav's family members appear to be in competition when it comes to threatening political opponents with violence. Today, the Bihar leader's son, Tej Pratap Yadav, prophesied an assault by him on Bihar's deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi. The latter's mistake? Inviting Tej Pratap Yadav to his son's wedding which is to take place next mon...

  • Am Returning Donations Sent For My Party, Writes Kamal Haasan

    Am Returning Donations Sent For My Party, Writes Kamal Haasan

    Weeks after he announced that his fan clubs had helped raise 30 crores to assist the needy, Kamal Haasan has said he is returning the donations sent to him for his yet-to-be launched party. The 63-year-old actor in his weekly column for a Tamil newsmagazine said that "it'll be illegal to keep the money without any infrastructure". He has not fixed ...

  • Show Video Of 22 Years Of Progress, Not 22-Year-Old Boy: Hardik Patel

    Show Video Of 22 Years Of Progress, Not 22-Year-Old Boy: Hardik Patel

    Hardik Patel, who is battling a controversy over a sex video, today said that the people of Gujarat want to see video proof of 22 years of development, not of a 22-year-old boy.

  • IndiGo Blames Cracks In Floor For Wheelchair Mishap; Airport Authority Calls It A Lie

    IndiGo Blames Cracks In Floor For Wheelchair Mishap; Airport Authority Calls It A Lie

    Two days after Indigo apologised for an incident in which a passenger fell off her wheelchair while being assisted by an employee, the airline today said the mishap resulted from a crack in the floor at the airport. The Airport Authority of India or AAI, however, termed the cause as incorrect and said the reason behind the mishap was "gross neglige...

  • Another Prisoner Shot And Killed At Delhi's Rohini Court, Just Like April

    Another Prisoner Shot And Killed At Delhi's Rohini Court, Just Like April

    A prisoner who the police was escorting for a hearing in a court in Delhi has died after being shot at. The gunman has been arrested at the Rohini court complex in northwest Delhi.

  • Mumbai Police Tow Car With Woman Breastfeeding Her Baby Still Inside

    Mumbai Police Tow Car With Woman Breastfeeding Her Baby Still Inside

    A car with a woman sitting in the rear seat was towed by the Mumbai traffic police on Saturday while she was breastfeeding her seven-month-old child. She pleaded the traffic policemen to stop and flashed her medical prescription from the window saying she was unwell but the cop appeared unconcerned and continued speaking on the mobile phone.

  • Delhi Government Ensures No Price Surge In Ola, Uber As Odd-Even Returns

    Delhi Government Ensures No Price Surge In Ola, Uber As Odd-Even Returns

    As the Delhi government is set to implement the odd-even scheme from Monday to curb the escalating pollution levels in the national capital, it also promised to ensure no price surge in cab services by Ola and Uber, as commuters would be prone to fall short on transport options. Surge pricing is a policy implemented by private taxi companies when t...

  • Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    Odd-Even Rule Back In Delhi From Next Week: All You Need To Know About Fines, Exemptions

    After implementing the odd-even rule last year on an experimental basis to curb the alarming pollution level in the national capital, the Delhi government has once again decided to impose the measure for five days beginning from November 13. The Arvind Kejriwal-led government has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's involvement in the issue is ...

  • Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017: Former Congress Leader Anil Sharma Is BJP's Candidate From Mandi

    Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017: Former Congress Leader Anil Sharma Is BJP's Candidate From Mandi

    After Congresss six consecutive win in Himachal Pradesh, its battle with the BJP, which is now the worlds largest party, in that state in 2017 would be an interesting sight to watch.

  • India Jumps 30 Places In Ease of Business, PM Modi Says 'Historic': 10 Points

    India Jumps 30 Places In Ease of Business, PM Modi Says 'Historic': 10 Points

    India has jumped a massive 30 places to 100 in the World Bank's ease of doing business rankings this year, driven by reforms in access to credit, power supplies and protection of minority investors. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who wants the country in the top 50 on the index, called the achievement "historic". India is closing the gap with China ...

  • Robber Hits Goa ATM Guard Multiple Times On Head With Hammer. Caught On CCTV

    Robber Hits Goa ATM Guard Multiple Times On Head With Hammer. Caught On CCTV

    A security guard was struck multiple times on the head with a hammer when he tried to fight off a robber in Panaji. The man, who had broken into a Bank of Maharashtra ATM, escaped after launching a barrage of strikes on the guard's head.

  • North-East To Get New Superfast Train: Five Facts About Agartala-Anand Vihar Rajdhani Express

    North-East To Get New Superfast Train: Five Facts About Agartala-Anand Vihar Rajdhani Express

    The Agartala-Anand Vihar Rajdhani is a much-awaited one and has generated much enthusiasm among people, especially for those hailing from the north east. The train which will be inaugurated today by Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain, is set to be the third Rajdhani in the region after Guwahati and Dibrugarh in Assam.

  • No Cuts To Telugu Version Of 'Mersal': Censor Board Chief Prasoon Joshi

    No Cuts To Telugu Version Of 'Mersal': Censor Board Chief Prasoon Joshi

    Tamil blockbuster "Mersal" will release in Telugu without any cuts at the insistence of the censor board, said the body's top boss, Prasoon Joshi, today.

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