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  • I'm No Fortune Teller, Says Yogi Adityanath, On Screening 'Padmaavat ' In UP

    I'm No Fortune Teller, Says Yogi Adityanath, On Screening '<i>Padmaavat</i> ' In UP

    Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat is not out of the woods yet in Uttar Pradesh. The Rs 190 crore costume drama, which will be released on January 25, will not be screened in Rajasthan; however, it is not known whether the film will be prevented from hitting the screens in Uttar Pradesh

  • Highlights: Business As Usual In Supreme Court, 4 Judges Also Back To Work

    Highlights: Business As Usual In Supreme Court, 4 Judges Also Back To Work

    The rift between the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, and the four Supreme Court judges who took him on publicly, has been settled in an informal meeting, Attorney General KK Venugopal said today. Earlier, routine coffee at the start of the day provoked talk as the staff was asked to leave the lounge where the Chief Justice and other judges usu...

  • 'A Hack Can't Keep Me Down': Diplomat On Getting Twitter Account Back

    'A Hack Can't Keep Me Down': Diplomat On Getting Twitter Account Back

    The official Twitter account of Syed Akbaruddin, India's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, was taken over by hackers early Sunday morning before it was restored

  • "In The Hole": For Trump's "Shithole" Remark, A Response By New Yorker

    "In The Hole": For Trump's "Shithole" Remark, A Response By <i>New Yorker</i>

    US President Donald Trump has been put inside a literal "shithole" by New Yorker magazine in a revealing tweet of its upcoming edition's cover -- an entire page of white, punctuated by a round, black spot the size of a manhole from where a yellowish comb-over of a head that alludes to the US President, is seen trying to either peer out or lo...

  • US-Based Indian Engineer Marries Gay Partner In Maharashtra

    US-Based Indian Engineer Marries Gay Partner In Maharashtra

    An engineer from India who lives in the US married his Vietnamese gay partner at a grand ceremony in Maharastra's Yavatmal, 670 kilometres from Mumbai, just in time to ring in the New Year with more celebrations

  • Army Jawan From Maharashtra Killed In Pak Firing In Jammu And Kashmir

    Army Jawan From Maharashtra Killed In Pak Firing In Jammu And Kashmir

    An Indian Army jawan, Lance Naik Yogesh Muralidhar Bhadane, was killed in firing by Pakistani forces at Sunderbani sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district today

  • Boy, 6, Points Finger At 'Illegal' Poultry Farm, Green Court Issues Notice

    Boy, 6, Points Finger At 'Illegal' Poultry Farm, Green Court Issues Notice

    The country's green court has responded to a plea by a six-year-old boy who said a poultry farm near his school in Uttar Pradesh's Shamli has been attracting flies and giving out foul smell

  • Cyrus Mistry Seeks Safeguards For Minority Shareholders In Tata Group

    Cyrus Mistry Seeks Safeguards For Minority Shareholders In Tata Group

    Safeguards should be built within the Tata group to protect the interests of minority shareholders, the counsel of former Tata Sons Ltd chairman Cyrus Mistry told the National Company Law Tribunal or NCLT on Monday

  • Arunachal Pradesh Border "Incident" Resolved, Says Army Chief

    Arunachal Pradesh Border "Incident" Resolved, Says Army Chief

    Indian troops have stopped attempts by Chinese engineering teams to build a road near the border town of Tuting in Arunachal Pradesh and the "incident" has been resolved, Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat told reporters in New Delhi today

  • 'Committed To Free Press,' Says Minister On Outrage Over Aadhaar Police Case

    'Committed To Free Press,' Says Minister On Outrage Over Aadhaar Police Case

    After a police case was filed by the Aadhaar-issuing authority UIDAI against a newspaper reporter and others over a report that the Aadhaar database was vulnerable to misuse, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today clarified that the action was not meant to suppress freedom of the press

  • 4 Engineering Students, On An Outing, Drown In Andhra Pradesh

    4 Engineering Students, On An Outing, Drown In Andhra Pradesh

    Four engineering students are feared to have drowned in a pond in West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. The undergraduate students had reportedly gone for a picnic on Saturday, during which they decided to jump into the water for a quick swim, police said.

  • After Trump Rap, Pak To Jail Those Who Fund Hafiz Saeed's "Charities"

    After Trump Rap, Pak To Jail Those Who Fund Hafiz Saeed's "Charities"

    Pakistan today warned people against donating funds to what Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed calls "charities", as they may be sent to jail for up to 10 years along with paying a heavy fine

  • 5 Powerlifters Including World Champion Saksham Yadav Killed In Accident Near Delhi

    5 Powerlifters Including World Champion Saksham Yadav Killed In Accident Near Delhi

    Five powerlifting players from Delhi were killed this morning after their car hit a road divider and crashed into a pole on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway. Among those killed was a world champion who bagged the title for India in Moscow last year. One other player who was in the car was injured.

  • 11 Dead After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kupwara

    11 Dead After Avalanche In Jammu And Kashmir's Kupwara

    At least two people went missing after a vehicle they were travelling in was hit by an avalanche in north Kashmir's Kupwara district on Friday. Three others have been rescued with teams of police, army, State Disaster Response Force and Mountain Rescue continuing search and rescue operations

  • Prannoy Roy And Ruchir Sharma On Top 10 Trends Of 2018

    Prannoy Roy And Ruchir Sharma On Top 10 Trends Of 2018

    As the new year rolls outs, NDTV's Prannoy Roy and author and global investor Ruchir Sharma forecast the top 10 trends of 2018. From global growth to whether unemployment will fall or rise this year to the stock market, we look at the likely big trends.

  • Kerala Chief Minister Praises Kim Jong Un's Anti-US Stance

    Kerala Chief Minister Praises Kim Jong Un's Anti-US Stance

    North Korea under its supreme leader Kim Jong Un is leading by example in defending against the US's tough sanctions and in responding to threats of military action by President Donald Trump, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said

  • "Another Coerced Statement": Government On New Kulbhushan Jadhav Video By Pakistan

    "Another Coerced Statement": Government On New Kulbhushan Jadhav Video By Pakistan

    The Indian government has said it is not surprised by Pakistan's release of another propaganda video of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on allegations of being a spy, calling it a "coerced statement."

  • 'Congress Hypocrisy Exposed,' Says Government After Triple Talaq Bill Is Deferred In Rajya Sabha

    'Congress Hypocrisy Exposed,' Says Government After Triple <i>Talaq</i> Bill Is Deferred In Rajya Sabha

    The landmark triple talaq bill was tabled today in the Rajya Sabha, but the house was adjourned amid stormy sparring between the government and opposition and before it could vote on whether it should be sent to a parliamentary committee for review

  • India, Pak Exchange List Of Nuclear Installations Under 30-Year-Old Pact

    India, Pak Exchange List Of Nuclear Installations Under 30-Year-Old Pact

    India and Pakistan today exchanged a list of nuclear installations that the two countries have under a three-decade-old bilateral pact to maintain transparency and avoid attacking each other's nuclear facilities

  • 'Must Preserve Apolitical Stance,' Says Army Chief In New Year Greeting

    'Must Preserve Apolitical Stance,' Says Army Chief In New Year Greeting

    On the first day of 2018, army chief General Bipin Rawat conveyed New Year greetings to Indian Army personnel and their families, and reminded the force to preserve its core values such as keeping an "apolitical stance".

  • Illegal Software To Trick Tatkal Booking Under CBI Scanner

    Illegal Software To Trick Tatkal Booking Under CBI Scanner

    The CBI is investigating whether travel agents are using illegal software to trick the railway tatkal booking system into issuing tickets at a fast rate by evading the railways' own security checks, people familiar with the matter said today

  • Delhi Fog Chaos: Over 100 Flights Affected, Passengers Stranded

    Delhi Fog Chaos: Over 100 Flights Affected, Passengers Stranded

    Thick fog on the last day of 2017 affected flight operations at Indira Gandhi International Airport today. As visibility fell below the minimum needed for flight operations, landings and take-offs were stopped at 7 am, only to resume at 11 am, airport officials said

  • Railways To Include Footfall, Not Only Revenue, To See Station's Worth

    Railways To Include Footfall, Not Only Revenue, To See Station's Worth

    The Indian Railways has changed how it categories train stations from a system based only on yearly earnings from passengers to include the number of people visiting a station -- meaning the railways will also consider annual footfall and not just how much money a station rakes in

  • Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    There's a high chance that air quality in the national capital will turn bad today as slowing wind speed loses the ability to dilute and push out pollutants from the city. Tuesday's air quality index was recorded at a "very poor" level of 335 -- bad for those suffering from respiratory issues -- according to the Central Pollution Control Board or C...

  • Lalu Yadav In Jail, His Son Takes A Swipe At BJP, Nitish Kumar Ties

    Lalu Yadav In Jail, His Son Takes A Swipe At BJP, Nitish Kumar Ties

    Leader of opposition in the Bihar assembly Tejashwi Yadav on Tuesday said the BJP and its ally Chief Minister Nitish Kumar have become "synonymous with deceit and betrayal" in politics, days after his father and Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Yadav was convicted and sent to jail in a corruption case

  • Jailed Lalu Yadav Learns About Prison Manual Rules The Hard Way

    Jailed Lalu Yadav Learns About Prison Manual Rules The Hard Way

    Lalu Yadav, jailed in Jharkhand on Saturday after being convicted in a corruption case, has been to prison six times before, twice in the state's capital Ranchi. But never before has he had to contend with a jail manual being followed in letter and spirit.

  • No Role In Republic Day Tableaux: Centre On Mamata Banerjee's Charges

    No Role In Republic Day Tableaux: Centre On Mamata Banerjee's Charges

    Union minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on Monday said the centre plays no role in selection of Republic Day parade tableaux, days after West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee criticised the Modi government of allegedly keeping out the state's proposal from the national event as the proposed theme, according to Ms Banerjee, was communal harmony

  • Maoist Leader, Active For 3 Decades, And His Wife Surrender In Telangana

    Maoist Leader, Active For 3 Decades, And His Wife Surrender In Telangana

    Top Maoist leader Ginugu Narsimha Reddy and his wife Hinge Anitha surrendered before the Telangana police chief on Monday. Police said that Reddy, a central committee member of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), surrendered after he fell out with the armed group due to ideological differences

  • Bengaluru Cops Hunt For Missing Techie Who Went To Meet OLX Buyer For Car

    Bengaluru Cops Hunt For Missing Techie Who Went To Meet OLX Buyer For Car

    Four teams are looking for a 29-year-old software engineer from Patna who has been missing in Bengaluru since last Monday, police said today. Ajitabh Kumar, who worked at British Telecom, had listed his car on online marketplace OLX and left home around 6:30 pm. His friends suspect he might have got a call from a prospective buyer

  • Arvind Kejriwal Says "No Comment" On Metro Row, A Retweet Gives It Away

    Arvind Kejriwal Says "No Comment" On Metro Row, A Retweet Gives It Away

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declined to comment today on his not being invited to the launch of Delhi Metro's Magenta Line by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, only saying, "I wish you a merry Christmas, no discussion on politics." But he retweeted his deputy Manish Sisodia, who has called it an "insult to the people of Delhi".

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