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VK Singh to raise issue of 39 missing Indians during Iraq visit
Singh’s visit is part of the Narendra Modi government’s efforts to expand ties with Iraq at a time when West Asia is in the midst of significant geopolitical change.

Congress to move Court against Rajasthan law
On the eve of the Assembly session, Congress state unit chief Sachin Pilot said the party would take to the streets to oppose the Ordinance and challenge it in court.

Ramdas Athawale says will support BJP in Gujarat elections
RPI (A) chief Ramdas Athawale also advised the Shiv Sena to "not to quarrel" with the BJP and slammed the MNS for its anti-hawker agitation.

Sharad Yadav faction announcing party polls a joke: Bashishtha Narain Singh
The JD(U)'s Bihar unit chief, Bashishtha Narain Singh, alleged the Yadav camp was trying to create confusion among the people.

Vikramaditya Singh resigns from PDP
Singh had joined the PDP on August 2015 in presence of the party's late president Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. He was a member of the state Legislative Council.

Gujarat Congress makes it ‘caste grievances’ against BJP’s ‘Hindutva plank’
The BJP’s recent rift with Patels, its core supporters, has given Congress an unexpected opportunity to forge a new social rainbow with Dalit, OBCs and tribals.

Government, SC in favour of ethics body for legal profession
In an endeavour to usher in major reforms in the legal profession, the Centre and country’s highest court have also suggested the need to regulate professional fees.

Congress will give up to Rs 5,000 to jobless, homes to poor & write off farm loans: Ashok Gehlot
"The Modi government’s decision on demonetisation and implementation of the flawed GST has played havoc with Gujarat’s industry and trading sections," Gehlot said.

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GST rate structure needs complete overhauling: Adhia
With the new GST regime firmly entrenched, a complete overhaul of the tax rates is now required to reduce the burden on small and medium businesses, Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia has said.In an interview to PTI, he said the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which amalgamates more than a dozen central and state levies like excise duty, service tax and VAT, will take about a year to stabilise.Nearly four months since its introduction, the new indirect tax threw up teething troubles and compliance issues, which the GST Council -- the highest decision-making body of the new regime -- has addressed t

PM: economic reform process will continue
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that the process of taking “important decisions” regarding the economic reforms will continue.The prime minister’s assertion comes at a time when the Opposition parties have been attacking demonetisation and Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout.On a day-long visit to Gujarat, Modi also reached out to traders, saying their past records will not be checked by the income tax department if they join the formal economy by getting themselves registered under the GST regime.“After all reforms and hardcore decisions, the economy of the country is

Govt red-flags collegium decision on performance
The government has red-flagged a decision of the Supreme Court collegium to do away with the professional evaluation of additional judges while recommending their name for promotion as a permanent judge.The decision of the collegium and the subsequent opposition to the move by the law ministry could trigger a fresh round of confrontation between the executive and the judiciary.A senior functionary said the government has told the collegium — a body of top five judges of the apex court headed by the Chief Justice of India — that it does not agree with the decision to end the practice of eva

India assert supremacy
India ended their 10-year wait for continental triumph when they beat a gutsy Malaysia 2-1 in a nail-biting final to clinch their third Asia Cup on Sunday.India, who won the Asia Cup last time in 2007 in Chennai, scored from field efforts through Ramandeep Singh (3rd minute) and Lalit Upadhyay (29th) to dash Malaysian hopes. Malaysia were in summit clash for the first time since tournament’s inception.The ever-improving Malaysians, however, fought valiantly and didn’t give up for a single minute. Their efforts bore fruit in the 50th minute when Shahril Saabah pulled one goal back.The India

Ambient sound levels soaring in Bengaluru, six cities
Indian metropolitan cities, including Bengaluru, are extremely noisy with the ambient sound levels way above the recommended norms, says a national survey.The survey was conducted by the national ambient noise monitoring network.The results were obtained after scientists monitored the ambient noise levels in 10 sites of a city in seven cities since 2011.The network began with 35 sites — five in each cities — but another 35 sites were added later.After recording the sound levels in industrial, commercial, residential and silence zones of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad

IISc has potential to be Institute of Eminence: Centre
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, is among 102 universities and colleges the Centre has identified as having the “potential” to receive the ‘Institution of Eminence’ status.The University Grants Commission (UGC), which recently invited applications for grant of the ‘Institutes of Eminence’ tag, identified these institutions on the basis of their position in the all-India ranking of higher educational institutions, conducted by the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry every year.The HRD ministry will hold an interaction with these institutions this week through

Sympathetic govt to benefit Gujarat: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday reminded people in his poll-bound home state of Gujarat the benefits of having same party governments in the state as well as the Centre.Quoting examples of the Atal Behari Vajpayee government in Delhi and Keshubhai Patel government in the state and that of his government and the Vijay Rupani government in Gujarat, Modi said progress had been achieved only when the government in the Centre was sympathetic to the state’s interest.“Gujarat witnessed one of the worst natural disasters in the form of an earthquake when Atalji’s government was at the Cen

PM inaugurates India's first Ro-Ro service in Gujarat
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the first phase of his ‘dream project,’ the Rs 650-crore, 31-km ‘roll-on, roll-off’ (Ro-Ro) ferry service between Ghogha in Bhavnagar district of Saurashtra region and Dahej in Bharuch district of South Gujarat across the Gulf of Khambhat in the Arabian Sea.“This may be a project between Ghogha and Dahej, but it is a landmark project in South East Asia. The ferry service is a first of its kind. It is a dream come true for people of Gujarat," Modi said after inaugurating the service via remote control.The prime minister hit out at pre

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Partition 70 years on: When tribal warriors invaded Kashmir
Witnesses tell the BBC how men with sticks and axes started one of the world's longest conflicts.

Pollution linked to one in six deaths
Pollution has been linked to nine million deaths each year worldwide, according to a report in The Lancet.

India's first complete transgender couple are hoping to marry
Sukanyeah and Aarav met at a gender reassignment clinic. Now they're planning a wedding.

US: Tillerson calls for India ties to counter China
The US would "never have the same relationship with China, a non-democratic society," he added.

The poison killing farmers in India
Thirty farmers die from inhaling pesticide while spraying crops in the western state of Maharashtra.

Banging the drum for women
Parv Kaur has created a niche for herself in the male-dominated field of Bhangra dhol playing.

How a polio survivor is educating India's rural children
Sai Padma has not let the near constant pain of her disability stop her from teaching the children of remote Indian villages.

Trouble brews for Darjeeling tea
Darjeeling tea may become more difficult to get hold of. Political unrest halted production for three month this year and this has hit India's entire tea industry.

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Modi in Gujarat: ‘Economy on track due to hard decisions’, PM retorts opposition over demonetisation, GST criticism
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today vowed to continue the process of taking ‘important decisions’ regarding the reforms as he asserted that the economy is on track after ‘hardcore’ decisions.  He also reached out to traders over...
Kidambi Srikanth blows away Lee Hyun, wins Denmark Open in 25 minutes
India ace Kidmabi Srikanth clinched his third Super Series Premier title with a dominating straight-game victory over Korean veteran Lee Hyun II in a lop-sided final of the USD 750,000 Denmark Open on Sunday. Playing...
‘Didn’t take any undue favour from Gujarat govt’: CEC Joti quashes reports of retaining Ahmedabad bungalow
Responding to reports that he retained a bungalow in Ahmedabad allotted to him by the Gujarat government for over a year until at least late 2016 – more than a year after he was appointed...
BJP MP from Assam compares Nehru-Gandhi with garbage, Congress hits back
Kamakhya Prasad Tass, BJP MP from Jorhat in Assam, has stoked a controversy when he allegedly compared Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru with garbage. “The Congress has pushed the Nehru-Gandhi garbage into the minds of people over.
US police find body during during search; 'most likely' of 3-yr-old missing Indian girl
Police have discovered the body of a girl child, which they say is "most likely" of a three-year-old Indian girl who went missing for last two weeks when her foster father reportedly sent her outside...
Hockey Asia Cup 2017: Rampant India beat Malaysia 2-1 to lift first title in 10 years
India underlined their continental supremacy as they overcame a fighting Malaysia 2-1 in the final here on Sunday to win the Asia Cup hockey championship for the third time. Ramandeep Singh (3rd minute) and Lalit Upadhyay...
Myanmar must take back Rohingyas in Bangladesh: India
India on Sunday said Rohingya refugees who have poured into Bangladesh must be taken back by Myanmar from where they have been displaced. "Normalcy will only be restored with the return of the displaced persons to...
Modi in Gujarat: PM slams opposition for criticising Election Commission; says these thing won’t help ‘vikas virodhi’ govts
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today slammed the opposition parties for questioning the Election Commission India over its decision not to announce the Gujarat Assembly polls schedule on the day the poll body had announced dates...
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Was offered Rs 1 crore to join BJP: Gujarati Patel leader's sensational claim
Narendra Patel, a local convenor of the Hardik Patel-led Patidar reservation movement, in a dramatic claim said he was offered Rs 1 crore to join the BJP.

Agencies hunt for doctor seen asking physicians to join ISIS in propaganda video
Indian security agencies are hunting for a jihadi physician who featured in a propaganda video calling upon medical professionals to join the terrorist group.

How Congress, India's Grand Old Party, will wear a young look in the Gujarat polls
According to sources, Congress is going to play on the 'youth' card big time in upcoming days.

Army planning to deploy female officers for cyber warfare
Cyber warfare is fast developing as one of most important fields of concern for Indian forces.

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Yes, am stylish, deal with it: Radhe Maa defends self in tell-all interview
Controversial spiritual leader Radhe Maa opened up in an interview where she speaks about the allegations against her, gives her reaction to being called a 'fake baba', and asks why should she let the world dictate how she lives her life.

Delhi: 'Superchor' involved in 500 car thefts got plastic surgery to evade cops
A car thief in Delhi, involved in more than 500 auto lifting cases, underwent plastic surgery to get a new identity in order to evade the police.

Rajinikanth's review of Vijay's Mersal: Important topic addressed, well done
Rajini's review came in a Twitter post. Within minutes, the tweet was shared thousands of times.

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Kohli rues poor batting by India

Kohli rues poor batting by IndiaMumbai, Oct 22 (IANS) India skipper Virat Kohli rued that the hosts fell 30 to 40 runs short following a six-wicket loss to New Zealand in the first One-Day International here on Sunday. Tom Latham and Ross Taylor then contributed a 200-run stand for the fourth wicket as the visitors overhauled the target with six balls to spare and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. Would have liked to have a better batting performance," Kohli said.



Williamson praises teammates after NZ win

Williamson praises teammates after NZ winMumbai, Oct 22 (IANS) New Zealand captain Williamson heaped praise on his team after a comprehensive victory in the first One-Day International (ODI) here on Sunday. Needing 281 runs to win, New Zealand rode on a 200-run stand for the fourth wicket by Tom Latham and Ross Taylor to register a six-wicket victory and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. The way Tom and Ross controlled the innings was superb.



PM congratulates Indian hockey team

PM congratulates Indian hockey teamNew Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the Indian hockey team for winning the Asia Cup 2017.



M.P CM Shivraj Chouhan arrives in U.S.A on 6-day visit

M.P CM Shivraj Chouhan arrives in U.S.A on 6-day visitMadhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan arrived in United States of America's Washington, D.C on a six-day visit on Sunday. During his six-day visit, the Madhya Pradesh CM will participate in multiple events, including inaugural session of the Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Forum and will interact with the Indian community. Chouhan visit will also include meeting with Senior Business Leaders of U.S. in a session organised by US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) and CII to promote investment in Madhya Pradesh.



Latham, Taylor guide Kiwis to victory

Latham, Taylor guide Kiwis to victoryMumbai, Oct 22 (IANS) New Zealand rode on brilliant knocks from Tom Latham and Ross Taylor to a comprehensive six-wicket victory over India in the first One-Day International (ODI) at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday. The duo contributed a 200-run stand for the fourth wicket as the visitors overtook India's total of 280/8 with six balls to spare. New Zealand have taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.



Latham, Taylor guide N. Zealand to 6-wicket win over India

Latham, Taylor guide N. Zealand to 6-wicket win over IndiaMumbai, Oct 22 (IANS) New Zealand rode on brilliant knocks from Tom Latham and Ross Taylor to register a six-wicket victory over India in the first One-Day International (ODI) at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday.



Myanmar must take back Rohingyas in Bangladesh: India

Myanmar must take back Rohingyas in Bangladesh: IndiaDhaka, Oct 22 (IANS) India on Sunday said that Myanmar should take back the hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas who have fled to Bangladesh following a military crackdown in Myanmar's Rakhine state. Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is visiting Bangladesh, also discussed the refugee situation with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.



Negotiations helped end Doklam row, says China

Negotiations helped end Doklam row, says ChinaBeijing, Oct 22 (IANS) A top Chinese Army official on Sunday said negotiations with the Indian Army paved the way for the resolution of the Doklam stand-off in the Sikkim Sector on the India-China border. "This year, India military crossed the borderline into China's territory. Of course, it has safely been resolved now," China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) official Liu Fang said.



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Govt will push economic reforms, maintain fiscal stability: PM Modi
“Looking at the recent figures, the production of coal, electricity, natural gas and other items has increased significantly. Foreign investors are making huge investments in the country. Foreign exchange reserves too have reached $400 billion,” Modi said.

DeMo deposits: Shell cos face criminal action
The ministry of corporate affairs (MCA), which initiated action to de-register over 2 lakh companies that had not filed returns, is planning to invoke provisions of section 447 of the new Companies Act which relates to fraud, citing public interest.

PLA hails resolution of Doklam standoff
In a significant move, and one that underscores President Xi Jinping’s increasing clout, the People’s Liberation Army expressed satisfaction over the recent border settlement with India at the end of the 10-week Doklam stand-off, saying that it was “safely resolved”.

We want more Indian students in UK: Johnson
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson, in an interview with TOI, said the number of Indian students in the UK is rising. “Our most recent figures show a 10% increase in Indian students gaining visas – and 91% of these applications are successful... there is no limit to the number of genuine Indian students who can study in Britain.”

Unconfirmed railway ticket? You may get to fly
Ashwani Lohani had planned the move last summer when he was Air India chairman, but the railways had not reacted to it positively. Now the chairman of the Railway Board, Lohani has said he will clear the plan if AI puts it up again.

EC dismisses ‘bungalow favour’ charge as baseless
Responding to reports that he had requested the Gujarat government to let him retain a bungalow in Ahmedabad for over a year after he was appointed to the Election Commission, chief election commissioner AK Joti on Sunday said he had not sought any undue favours from the state government.

UPA hostility stalled coastal project: Modi
Describing the roll-on-roll-off (ro-ro) ferry service in the Gulf of Cambay as a unique model for other states, the PM said that he had to struggle hard for the completion of project because of ‘hostilities’ of the previous (UPA) govt at the Centre that had ‘prohibited’ development in the coastal.

Isro to launch Cartosat 2 sat with 30 nano sats
After the unsuccessful launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1H, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is gearing up to launch a remote sensing satellite of Cartosat 2 series along with 30 nano satellites of foreign countries in the second half of December.

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'It Was Going To Eat Her' - Australian Teen Survives Deadly Shark Attack
An Australian teenager has survived a terrifying encounter with a great white shark, with her harrowing screams alerting her father who was certain it was about to "eat her".
Jewellery Worth Rs 12 Crore Stolen In Delhi's Karol Bagh
Jewellery worth Rs 12 crore was stolen from two manufacturing units in central Delhi's Karol Bagh, the police said today.
Nigeria Triple Suicide Attack Kills 13: Security Sources
Three female suicide bombers killed 13 people and wounded 16 in the northeastern city of Maiduguri on Sunday, security sources said.
Woman Checks Into Kolkata Hotel With Boyfriend, Dies Of Profuse Bleeding
A woman died on Sunday after she started bleeding profusely at a guest house in south Kolkata's Chetla area where she had put up with her boyfriend, a senior police officer said.
Staffers At UP Toll Plaza Flee After Tiff With BJP Lawmaker
The staffers at a toll plaza in UP's today ran away, leaving the booth unattended for hours after a BJP legislator confronted them for allegedly collecting toll "illegally".
UP Plans To Merge Shia, Sunni Waqf boards
The Uttar Pradesh government is mulling forming a "UP Muslim Waqf board" by merging the separate Sunni and Shia Waqf boards to prevent "wastage of money", Minister of State for Waqf Mohsin Raza said....
US Police Find Body, 'Most Likely' Of Missing 3-Year-Old Indian Girl
Police have discovered the body of a girl child, which they say is "most likely" of a three-year-old Indian girl who went missing for last two weeks when her foster father reportedly sent her outside...
Amid Catalonia Crisis, Italy's Veneto, Lombardy Vote For Greater Autonomy
Two of Italy's wealthiest northern regions on Sunday voted overwhelmingly in favour of greater autonomy in referenda that took place against the backdrop of Catalonia's push for independence from...
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Srikanth storms to Denmark Open title
India's Kidambi Srikanth clinched his third Super Series Premier title after he thrashed Lee Hyun Il of Korea in straight games to win the US$750,000 Denmark Open, in Odense on Sunday.

PM launches ferry service, slams UPA for delaying his 'dream project'
He said that as the previous government could not do it, he had to do it.

India regain Asia Cup hockey crown after 10 years
India won the Asia Cup hockey title after a ten-year hiatus, beating Malaysia 2-1 in the final in Dhaka on Sunday.

PIX: Sridevi, Bipasha party with Shilpa
Take a look at the arrivals.

Economy strong, will keep on taking 'important decisions': PM
Modi also reached out to traders, saying their past records will not be checked by the income tax department if they join the formal economy by getting themselves registered under the GST regime.

PHOTOS: Latham, Taylor overshadow Kohli as NZ outclass India
New Zealand batsmen showed clinical efficiency in a tricky chase to spoil Virat Kohli's milestone match with a comfortable six-wicket victory over India in the opening One-Day International, in Mumbai on Sunday.

Mersal row: Actor Vishal accuses BJP leader of advocating piracy
Raja clarified that he had only watched clips of the movie on his mobile phone and said he did not have the patience to sit through a two-and-a-half hour film.

7 young men and their unusual start-up
The Bombay Hemp Company offers goods fashioned out of hemp, the lesser known cousin of ganja.

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Soon, an exclusive hospital for BMTC employees
It is expected to come up at Yeshwantpur
Soon, you may be able to book a parking slot in Bengaluru CBD through an app
Motorists can park in a slot without booking as well; tender yet to be approved by BBMP council
Decomposed body found in storm-water drain near Jnana Bharathi
A highly decomposed body of a woman was found in a storm-water drain near Jnana Bharathi campus of Bangalore University on Sunday.The police suspect this may be the body of Ningamma who was washed aw...
Web series is the new platform for Kannada film-makers
Smaller budgets and a niche audience have helped spur the trend locally
Wi-Fi vulnerability: ‘upgrade personal devices’ firmware’
Cybersecurity experts also stress on change of router passwords
Photocopies accepted at AgriGold verification counters
Those who did not register online can also submit papers
Rein in corporate colleges, State urged
‘Students cracking under pressure’
‘Collector’s visit to school changed my life’
Tribal Welfare Director shares his experiences at Human Library programme
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Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 10/2/2017 Indian
Karwa Chauth 10/8/2017 Indian
Columbus Day 10/9/2017 USA
Diwali/Deepavali 10/19/2017 Indian
Govardhan Puja 10/20/2017 Indian
Bhai Duj 10/21/2017 Indian
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Mon Oct 23 2017  Australian Dollar 50.8130
Mon Oct 23 2017  British Pound Sterling 85.7633
Mon Oct 23 2017  Canadian Dollar 51.4668
Mon Oct 23 2017  European Euro 76.5111
Mon Oct 23 2017  United States Dollar 65.0195

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Gold falls to Rs 30,650; silver recovers by Rs 50/kg
Gold fell Rs 100 to Rs 30,650 per ten gram at the bullion market today due to a weak global trend and muted demand from local jewellers. However, silver recovered by Rs 50 to Rs 40,850 per kg due to ...

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MSRTC Employees, Demanding Salaries as Per 7th Pay Commission, Call Off Strike After Five Days

MSRTC Employees, Demanding Salaries as Per 7th Pay Commission, Call Off Strike After Five DaysTransport Minister Diwakar Raote held a six-hour long meeting with MSRTC officials and union representatives.



‘Largest Theft Of Sex Toys In History’: Goods Worth 50,000 Euros Stolen From Erotic Fair In Germany

‘Largest Theft Of Sex Toys In History’: Goods Worth 50,000 Euros Stolen From Erotic Fair In GermanyFun Toys London who had a stand at the annual Venus-Berlin exhibition were packing up when the boxes were stolen



PM Modi raised Kedarnath issue for political gains: Congress

PM Modi raised Kedarnath issue for political gains: CongressNew Delhi [India], October 21 (ANI): The Congress Party on Saturday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi raked up the issue of Kedarnath because he has to fight the upcoming elections in Gujarat. "Today, Prime Minister reminded of Lord Shiva when he has to face elections in Gujarat. Please don't do injustice to Shivji and Kedarnath.



In-form India face New Zealand in first ODI

In-form India face New Zealand in first ODIMumbai, Oct 21 (IANS) On a roll after consecutive series wins against Sri Lanka and Australia, a confident India will aim to hunt New Zealand when they face-off in the opener of the three-match One-day International (ODI) series at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday.



Sri Lankan Navy apprehends four Tamil Nadu fishermen

Sri Lankan Navy apprehends four Tamil Nadu fishermenSri Lankan Navy apprehends four Tamil Nadu fishermen



Pinkathon, held in Guwahati, reflects on women empowerment

Pinkathon, held in Guwahati, reflects on women empowermentNew Delhi [India], Oct. 21 (ANI): The city of Guwahati recently geared up to celebrate the power of women with Pinkathon 2017, a women's only marathon. The third edition of India's biggest women's run initiative was held in a grandeur manner in the city where a large number of women gathered to participate in the marathon to run for women empowerment and health. High spirited and enthusiastic were the women, who gathered in large number to run for the cause of women empowerment and creating awareness about breast cancer.



Rockets fired in Kabul's diplomatic area

Rockets fired in Kabul's diplomatic areaKabul, Oct 21 (IANS) Three rockets were fired onto a diplomatic area in Kabul on Saturday, Afghan police and witnesses said. "The attack occurred at around 6.10 a.m., and the rockets struck localities in Police District 10 and Police District 9," a witness told Xinhua news agency. Saturday's incident comes after two suicide attacks took place on Friday in Kabul and Ghor province resulting in the deaths of at least 70 people.



Indian Handicrafts and Gift Fair reflects upon Indian art and culture

Indian Handicrafts and Gift Fair reflects upon Indian art and cultureNew Delhi [India], Oct. 21 (ANI): The export promotion council for handicrafts recently organised the 44th edition of Indian Handicrafts and Gift Fair (IHGF), Delhi (autumn) 2017. Union Minister of textiles Smriti Irani inaugurated the five-day fair in Noida. The fair showcased a variety of handloom and handicraft items from across the country, including India's northeast region - known for its rich and allied handloom and handicrafts.



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LDF begins yatra in Kerala to counter BJP
The LDF campaign which began on Saturday also saw the use of social media to post pictures of its leaders and part of speeches with the hashtag ##NothingFakeAboutIt

Foreigners trim stake in 21 of 30 Sensex blue-chips
Cut stakes in all six banking/financial stocks and top pharma names

Subramanian Swamy draws PM's attention to delayed corruption cases
Swamy said the CBI was delaying investigation in other cases like the Saradha chit fund scam, National Herald case, and the Agusta Westland case

'In national interest', NCLT stops dissolution of firm
Though set up for speedier resolutions to clean up bank balance-sheets, the NCLT is also proving to be time-consuming with arbitrary judgements prolonging cases

Dream run ends for 'superchor'
Kunal has been lifting cars since 1997

DD news seeks a private helping hand
Shortlisted agency will be tasked with designing graphics and animation for news bulletins and programmes on current affairs

SRFTI students allege harassment, moral policing by institute
The protesting students are now demanding better facilities for studies, accommodation and placements

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Modi in Gujarat highlights: PM defends note ban and GST, slams Cong over EC row - Hindustan Times

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Modi in Gujarat highlights: PM defends note ban and GST, slams Cong over EC row
Hindustan Times
PM Modi said at a programme in Bhavnagar that the government was working to give the country a transport system of the 21st century that will meet the needs of a 'New India'. india Updated: Oct 22, 2017 18:56 IST. HT Correspondent Hindustan Times, New ...
Battleground Gujarat: Those opposed to vikas won't get a single rupee from Centre, warns PMThe Indian Express
Why Gujarat's Ro-Ro ferry is a revolutionary step for Indian economyEconomic Times
Process Of Important Economic Decisions Will Continue: PM ModiNDTV
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Hardik Patel meets Muslim community in Godhra, says not joining any political party - The Indian Express

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Hardik Patel meets Muslim community in Godhra, says not joining any political party
The Indian Express
In response to PAAS members Varun Patel and Reshma Patel joining BJP on Saturday, Patel said, "People are with issues which we are fighting for the community not with the persons associated with it, people may come and go but fight will continue." 4.5K.
Hardik Patel's key aides join BJPThe Hindu
Congress Scores 3 Huge Points In Its Bid For GujaratNDTV
BJPs OBC commission pitch to counter Cong in Guj, KarnatakaIndia Today
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Man arrested in Kerala on sexual harassment charge after video goes viral - Business Standard

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Man arrested in Kerala on sexual harassment charge after video goes viral
Business Standard
A 33-year-old man was today arrested on the charge of sexually harassing a woman in a deserted lane here last week after a video of the incident rocketed around the Internet. Police said Jamsher was arrested following a search based on the visuals of ...
Man Caught On Camera Assaulting Woman Arrested In KeralaNDTV
Man held on charge of sexually assaulting womanTimes of India
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Man attempts to molest woman in Kerala; flees when she fights backDaily News & Analysis
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Vikramaditya Singh resigns from PDP - India Today

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Vikramaditya Singh resigns from PDP
India Today
Jammu, Oct 22 (PTI) Senior leader of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party Vikramaditya Singh today announced his resignation from the outfit, saying it was not possible for him to continue with the PDP which "disregarded the demands and aspirations of ...
PDP leader Vikramaditya Singh resigns from party, says his initiatives were dubbed as 'anti-party'Business Standard
Jammu and Kashmir: PDP leader Vikramaditya Singh quits party, Legislative CouncilScroll.in
Vikramaditya Singh to quit as PDP MLC over Jammu policyKasmir Monitor
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UPSC recruitment 2017: 64 posts under various ministries now open, apply through upsconline.nic.in - Financial Express

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UPSC recruitment 2017: 64 posts under various ministries now open, apply through upsconline.nic.in
Financial Express
UPSC recruitment 2017: The Union Public Service Service Commission has announced host of vacancies under various Central ministries on upsconline.nic.in. By: FE Online | New Delhi | Updated: October 21, 2017 7:10 PM. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter ...
UPSC ESE 2018: Application process ends Monday, know how to apply at upsc.gov.inThe Indian Express
UPSC Recruitment 2017 | Notification Issued for 56 New Posts – Check Details & Apply OnlineChandigarh Metro (blog)

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Two wheelers with less than 100cc engines won't have pillion seats in Karnataka - The New Indian Express

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Two wheelers with less than 100cc engines won't have pillion seats in Karnataka
The New Indian Express
BENGALURU: The state government has decided to not allow two-wheelers below 100 cc to have pillion riders. It will impress on two-wheeler manufacturers not to attach a seat for pillion riders on motorcycles with engines with a capacity lower than 100cc ...
Karnataka to change rules to allow 100cc bikes to carry pillion ridersTimes of India
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Violence continues in Kashmir: Two shot dead, NC leader's house attacked
Hindustan Times
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