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New BJP President Will Be Appointed By December: Amit Shah

New Delhi Oct 15: BJP president Amit Shah on Monday said he will make way for a new leader to head the party when its organisational elections are held later this year.
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Gautam Gambhir Rates Virat Kohli As Better Test Captain Than Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni

MUMBAI Oct 14: Virat Kohli led India to an innings and 137-run win in the second Test against South Africa in Pune on Sunday. South Africa were dismissed for 189 after following-on, as the hosts sealed the three-match series, their record 11th-straight Test series win at home. Continue reading “Gautam Gambhir Rates Virat Kohli As Better Test Captain Than Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni”

PM Writes Poem After Walk At Tamil Nadu Beach

New Delhi Oct 14: An early morning stroll in a Mamallapuram beach inspired Prime Minister Narendra Modi to write a poem in Hindi on his “conversation” with the ocean. Continue reading “PM Writes Poem After Walk At Tamil Nadu Beach”

“Are We Going To Succumb To Militants?”: J&K Government Asks In Ad

Srinagar Oct 12: As the shutdown over scrapping of Article 370 provisions continued for the 68th day, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has come out with a full-page advertisement in local dailies asking people not to be afraid of terror threats and resume their normal activities.
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Father Of Techie Killed By Hoarding Demands Rs 1 Crore As Compensation

Chennai Oct 10:  The father of a Chennai software engineer, who died after she was run over by a lorry when an illegal hoarding fell on her, today moved the Madras High Court seeking Rs1 crore as compensation and “maximum punishment” to those who installed the banners.
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Family holding hands while taking selfie drown at Indian reservoir

MADURAI Oct 9: Four relatives all drowned after slipping while taking a selfie at a dam in India on Sunday.
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India’s Development Cooperation Based On Freedom Of Choice: S Jaishankar

New Delhi Oct 8: India’s development cooperation with partner countries is based on equality, mutual respect for sovereignty as well as freedom of choice, and not on competition, conditionalities or prescriptions, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Monday.
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Farooq Abdullah Demands Release Of People Detained In Jammu And Kashmir

Srinagar Oct 8: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has demanded unconditional release of all those detained or arrested after Centre stripped Jammu and Kashmir’s special status under Article 370, the party said on Monday, a day after its delegation met the leader for the first time after his detention.
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First Batch Of Rafale Jets To Come To India In May 2020: Air Force Chief

New Delhi Oct 5: The first four of 36 Rafale jets will come to India by May next year and the aircraft will significantly enhance the Indian Air Force’s combat prowess, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria said on Friday.
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Immersing Idols In Ganga To Now Attract Rs50,000 Fine

New Delhi Oct 4: The Centre has issued a 15-point directive to states, asking them to make elaborate arrangements to check pollution in Ganga and its tributaries during the festive season, including immersion of idols which will now attract a fine of Rs50,000.
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