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  • Aarushi's Parents, Who Ran Dental Clinic In Jail, 'Happy' Says Jailor

    Aarushi's Parents, Who Ran Dental Clinic In Jail, 'Happy' Says Jailor

    Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, cleared by the Allahabad High Court of charges of murdering their teen daughter Aarushi in 2008, were "happy and profoundly relieved", said their family, friends and officials of the Dasna jail, where they spent four years.

  • Anupam Kher New Boss Of Film Institute (FTII), Replaces Gajendra Chauhan

    Anupam Kher New Boss Of Film Institute (FTII), Replaces Gajendra Chauhan

    Anupam Kher will take over as the new chief of top film training institute FTII in place of actor Gajendra Chauhan, whose appointment in 2015 triggered massive student protests.

  • 'I Knew Crime Branch Would Find Me': Lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha's Killer

    'I Knew Crime Branch Would Find Me': Lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha's Killer

    Mumbai lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha's killer Sajjad Mughal, who had jumped parole last year, was arrested on Tuesday near Srinagar. On his trail for over a year, a Mumbai police team that staked out in Kashmir sported beards and firans to blend in.

  • Minister Harsh Vardhan Trolled For Cheering Cracker Ban. Tweets Vanish

    Minister Harsh Vardhan Trolled For Cheering Cracker Ban. Tweets Vanish

    Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan has hit delete after tweeting in emphatic support of the Supreme Court ban on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi and nearby areas. His tweets on a "Green Diwali" had apparently rattled a section on social media who call the ban anti-tradition.

  • 2 Delhi Boys Die Of Suffocation After 9 Hours In A Locked Car

    2 Delhi Boys Die Of Suffocation After 9 Hours In A Locked Car

    In a double tragedy for one family in Delhi, two little boys died of suffocation in a locked car while playing on Wednesday. They were trapped in the car for almost nine hours.

  • After Arrest, Honeypreet Insan Questioned Till 3 AM At Police Station

    After Arrest, Honeypreet Insan Questioned Till 3 AM At Police Station

    Honeypreet Insan, the "adopted daughter" of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, was questioned well into the night at a police station in Haryana's Panchkula after her arrest yesterday. Sources say she was questioned till 3 am on the charges against her, which include sedition and rioting.

  • 10-Point Guide To Life And Times Of Honeypreet Insan

    10-Point Guide To Life And Times Of Honeypreet Insan

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's closest aide Honeypreet Insan has been arrested after weeks of a cat-and-mouse game that the Haryana police seemed to be losing until today. The 36-year-old was seen speaking to the media and appeared on various TV channels before she was arrested on the highway near Chandigarh.

  • 'When A Mob Panics, You Can't Think': Survivor On Mumbai Stampede

    'When A Mob Panics, You Can't Think': Survivor On Mumbai Stampede

    A Mumbai commuter who survived the stampede that killed 22 this morning, describes how she kept herself calm amid "panic and chaos and an insane crowd" on a railway bridge at Elphinstone station after just a 20-minute rain. When she somehow managed to come out, she saw bodies.

  • Amid Yashwant Sinha Row, Shotgun Has A Message For PM Modi

    Amid Yashwant Sinha Row, Shotgun Has A Message For PM Modi

    After backing BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha's searing critique of the economy and the government's decisions, the party's Shatrughan Sinha today directed a series of tweets at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Eman Ahmed, Once World's Heaviest Woman, Dies In Abu Dhabi

    Eman Ahmed, Once World's Heaviest Woman, Dies In Abu Dhabi

    Egyptian woman Eman Ahmed, who came to India for weight-loss surgery and then left for Abu Dhabi amid controversy, has died. The 37-year-old had been in Abu Dhabi since May.

  • Ram Rahim's Adopted Daughter, Honeypreet, Tops Haryana's Most-Wanted List

    Ram Rahim's Adopted Daughter, Honeypreet, Tops Haryana's Most-Wanted List

    Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's closest aides Honeypreet Insan and Aditya Insan top the list of the 43 most-wanted in Haryana over the rioting last month after the self-declared spiritual guru was convicted of rape.

  • Ram Rahim's Plastic Money Found In Search At Dera's Sirsa Base

    Ram Rahim's Plastic Money Found In Search At Dera's Sirsa Base

    As the Dera Sacha Sauda's headquarters in Haryana's Sirsa were searched over a week after the sect's leader Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was jailed for rape, plastic money used by the self-claimed spiritual guru's followers was discovered.

  • Blue Whale Survivor In Puducherry, 22, Shares Terrifying Details

    Blue Whale Survivor In Puducherry, 22, Shares Terrifying Details

    A 22-year-old man who was pulled out of the Blue Whale suicide game before he could be sucked in deeper said today in Puducherry that it was "agonizing experience", a death trap that he could not get out of even though he wanted to.

  • In UP Again, 49 Children Die In Hospital Allegedly Due To Oxygen Shortage

    In UP Again, 49 Children Die In Hospital Allegedly Due To Oxygen Shortage

    49 babies died in a month at a government hospital in Farrukhabad in Uttar Pradesh, it has emerged just days after the child deaths at a hospital in Gorakhpur last month. Grieving parents have blamed a shortage of medicine and oxygen, in a tragic replay of the Gorakhpur deaths. The state government, however, emphatically denied it today.

  • 'Rabba (God), What's My Fault?' Ram Rahim Kept Saying In Jail

    '<i>Rabba</i> (God), What's My Fault?' Ram Rahim Kept Saying In Jail

    When he was taken to a jail in Haryana's Rohtak after his conviction for rape, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the self-appointed spiritual leader with an extravagant lifestyle, kept chanting - "Rabba (God), mera kya kasoor hai (what is my fault)?"

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