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If harassment was open secret, why long conspiracy of silence?
The distortions of an otherwise well-meaning movement have been understood in the West, particularly in the wake of the controversy over the appointment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court.

Railways rules out probe, says revellers were trespassers
Amritsar mayor Karamjit Singh Rintu said the organisers had not even applied for permission for the Ravan Dahan celebration

Day after Dussehra, air quality dives, slight haze over Delhi
According to data by CPCB, 33 locations in Delhi recorded "very poor" air quality while some locations also touched "severe" during the day with an AQI over 400.

DDA to get portal to help landpooling move
The Land Pooling Policy was recently notified by the Union housing and urban affairs ministry and will be applicable in ‘urbanisable’ areas of urban extensions in 95 villages in the capital.

View: Do only Muslim women get rights, Mr Bhagwat?
You would be correct in saying that new laws will not instantly change traditional beliefs and practices. Yet new laws do indeed have some immediate impact and push society in the right direction.

Major crimes down 25-70% in Delhi this year, claim cops
Cases of burglary — which have always seen a rise since several years — have also dipped. From 14,307 cases in 2016, the numbers came down to 9819 cases in 2017.

Swiss bank moves court to evict Vijay Mallya from mortgaged home
Rose Capital Ventures Ltd took out a five-year interest only mortgage on the property with UBS in March 2012 for £20.4 million (Rs 195 crore).

Amritsar tragedy: The ‘Ravana’ who died saving 8 lives
Dalbir’s mother and wife refused to perform the last rites, demanding the state government should own responsibility and ensure that their family received compensation .

Mallya may lose UK mansion as bank moves court for eviction
Swiss bank UBS AG has applied for possession of multi-million-pound mansion overlooking Regent’s Park in London. Rose Capital Ventures Ltd took out a five-year interest-only mortgage on the property with UBS in March 2012 for £20.4 million (Rs 195 crore). Mallya, his mother and son live here and are beneficiaries of the trust, UBS stated.

Amritsar train tragedy: 'Remember bodies flying'
“I just remember bodies of people including children flying. I later found my cousin, dead, at a distance,” a survivor recalled. Many also lost their lives in the stampede that followed the scramble when the train hit. A crestfallen Gurjit, who had brought the bodies of his father and sisters for postmortem, said that his family has been wiped out in the accident.

India look to firm up World Cup combinations
With just 18 ODIs to go before Team India open their World Cup campaign, the team management is in a race to identify their starting XI. While the West Indies are missing the services of match-winners like Chris Gayle, Andre Russell and Kieron Pollard, India's XI looks all the more unbeatable with Kohli coming back at No. 3 behind Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan.

#MeToo: Actress accuses Blah of sexual assault
Aspiring actress Meira Omar, who had a brief role in the movie Wajah Tum Ho (2016), has bravely come forward to tell us about her horrific experience with Anirban.

Modi inaugurates National Police Memorial
October 21 is observed as the Police Commemoration Day in memory of the policemen killed at Hot Springs in Ladakh by the Chinese troops in 1959. PM Modi observing the commemoration day, dedicated National Police Memorial to the nation. A 30-feet monolith made of a single piece of granite has been erected on 6.12 acres of land in Delhi's Chanakyapuri.

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Delhi becomes breathless after Dussehra as air quality worsens
The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 337, which is the highest of this season, said data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

No one to blame for Amritsar train tragedy?
Officials pass the buck, while parties indulge in ugly political mudslinging.

In 3 days, fuel price come down by 87 paise
Since October 5, diesel price has risen by Rs 2.74 per litre and petrol price by Rs 1.33 a litre.

Trump, Europeans call Saudi account of Khashoggi death incomplete
Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi had died in a fight inside its Istanbul consulate.

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Badhaai Ho box office collection Day 3: Ayushmann Khurrana film on its way to Rs 50 crore
Badhaai Ho, starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Neena Gupta, continues to mint money at the box office.

You have to be honest with your fans: Mo Farah on how to find takers for distance running
London Olympics and Rio Olympics gold medallist Mohamed Farah felt it is important to enjoy your craft to achieve success in it.

Sruthi Hariharan shares #MeToo story: Arjun Sarja ran his hands up and down my back
Actress Sruthi Hariharan has made allegations of sexual misconduct against actor Arjun Sarja.

Rajinikanth Ends Silence on Sabarimala, Says Don’t Interfere With ‘Time-Honoured Tradition’

Rajinikanth Ends Silence on Sabarimala, Says Don’t Interfere With ‘Time-Honoured Tradition’Rajinikanth said equality for women in every sphere must be respected, but temple traditions must be honoured.

India announces 12-man squad for 1st ODI against Windies

India announces 12-man squad for 1st ODI against WindiesGuwahati (Assam) [India], Oct 20 (ANI): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced a 12-man shortlist team for the first One Day International (ODI) against West Indies beginning here at the Assam Cricket Association (ACA) Stadium on Sunday.

Explain why former Congress MLAs met Amit Shah before resigning: Congress

Explain why former Congress MLAs met Amit Shah before resigning: CongressPanaji, Oct 20 (IANS) The Goa Congress on Saturday demanded to know why two of its now former MLAs met BJP national president Amit Shah before submitting their resignation from the party earlier this week before joining the BJP. The two former Congress MLAs -- Dayanand Sopte and Subhash Shirodkar -- on Tuesday quit the Congress and joined the BJP, which sparked political controversy in Goa.

Virgin Policewoman Only! Indonesian Female Officers Subjected to Two-Finger Virginity Test and Are Expected to Be 'Pretty' for Recruitment

Virgin Policewoman Only! Indonesian Female Officers Subjected to Two-Finger Virginity Test and Are Expected to Be 'Pretty' for RecruitmentIndonesia officially doesn't allow virginity testing after pressure from international human rights groups over the years.

Locals Say 2 Trains Passed Slowly Minutes Before 'Killer Express' Mowed Down Dussehra Crowd

Locals Say 2 Trains Passed Slowly Minutes Before 'Killer Express' Mowed Down Dussehra CrowdEyewitnesses say that before the train going to Amritsar from Jalandhar mowed down the revellers, two trains passed through the tracks, but slowed down their speed.

Guwahati DCP Suspended for Security Lapses During CJI’s Visit

Guwahati DCP Suspended for Security Lapses During CJI’s VisitCJI Gogoi was visiting the Kamakhya temple during the Navratri festival when the lapses caused him inconvenience.

Jaish terrorist arrested while trying to flee to Saudi Arabia

Jaish terrorist arrested while trying to flee to Saudi ArabiaSrinagar, Oct 20: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one person in connection with the Nagrota attack. The person has been identified as Mohammad Ashraf Khandey, a resident of Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir. He was arrested from the Indira Gandhi

Burari Mass Suicide: Kin Takes Possession of 'Haunted House', Spends Three Night

Burari Mass Suicide: Kin Takes Possession of 'Haunted House', Spends Three NightAfter the three months to the Burari Mass Suicide, the court has granted the custody of the house to the kin of the deceased.

PM Narendra Modi hoists Tricolour at historic Red Fort, honours Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on 75th anniversary of Azad Hind Government
PM also honoured Netaji for his invaluable contribution to the country's struggle for Independence.
Congress-JDS to jointly campaign for Karnataka by-polls, fight together in 2019 polls
Endorsing Siddaramaiah`s view, Gowda said both parties have decided to extend their alliance to the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 and field common candidates in all 28 parliamentary seats in the southern state.  
BJP our `common enemy`, declare Karnataka Congress and JDS leaders
Gowda said both parties have decided to extend their alliance to the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 and field common candidates in all 28 parliamentary seats in the southern state.
Assembly Elections 2018: BJP announces first list of candidates for Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram
BJP on Saturday announced the list of candidates for Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram Assembly elections. 
PM Narendra Modi to unfurl Tricolour at Red Fort to honour Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on 75th anniversary of INA
The Indian National Army was raised by 'Netaji' Subhas Chandra Bose on October 21.
Amritsar train mishap: Survivors recall horror, says festive euphoria made people oblivious to train
At least 59 people were killed and several injured after a speeding train went through a crowd gathered for Dussehra celebration.
Amritsar Mishap: Over 5000 people standing on tracks, organiser told Sidhu`s wife before accident
An organiser of the Dussehra event had boasted on stage before former MLA Navjot Kaur Sidhu that over 5,000 people were standing on train tracks
Delhi: 2 dead, 4 injured as car overturns after hitting divider
At least two people died and four others were injured on Saturday after a car hit the divider on Peeragrahi flyover and overturned.
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North Korea's box of bones: A mythical king and the dream of Korean unification
It's the stuff of an Indiana Jones movie: supernatural kings, ancient tombs, and government-backed archaeologists striving to harness the power of legend for a greater cause.

PM Modi hoists tricolour at Red Fort to mark 75th anniversary of Subhas Chandra Bose's 'Azad Hind Government'
PM Modi today hoisted tricolour at the historic Red Fort to mark 75 years of the proclamation of the 'Azad Hind Government' by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

New Zealand will not attend Saudi investment summit over Jamal Khashoggi death
New Zealand condemns the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives and will not be attending an investment summit in Saudi Arabia, the government said in a statement on Sunday.

Top Assam police officer suspended for security lapse during Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's visit
Bhanwar Lal Meena has been suspended with immediate effect under Rule 3(1) of the All India Services (Disciple and Appeal) Rules, 1969, according to an order issued in the name of the Governor by the state Home Department.

Shiv Sena not serious about Ayodhya matter: Ex-Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan
Former chief minister of Maharashtra and Congress leader Ashok Chavan has criticised the Shiv Sena for not being serious about the Ayodhya temple matter, adding that the name of the temple is being taken as the 2019 general elections are inching closer.

Delhi Half Marathon: Tsehay Gemechu smashes course record, Andamalak Belihu wins men's race
Ethiopian racres bagged the top honours at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon on Sunday.

Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote
The protesters waved the blue and gold flag of the EU and held up 'Bollocks to Brexit' banners under sunny skies to call for another referendum on the eventual deal on how Britain will leave the world's biggest trading bloc.

India vs West Indies, 1st ODI: Live streaming, time, teams and where to watch on TV
How, when and where to watch live telecast and live streaming of India vs West Indies 1st ODI match.

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Buy gold if it touches $1,215 /ounce
 Comex gold futures rose on Thursday supported by an improved technical outlook after scaling key milestones as the market continued to hold out again

Gold imports up 4% to $ 17.63 bn in April-September
Gold imports increased by about 4 per cent to $ 17.63 billion in the first half of 2018-19, inflating the country’s trade deficit and fuelling worrie

Gold edges higher as Asian shares slip
Gold prices nudged higher early Friday as Asian shares fell on renewed political and economic concerns, with the metal on track for its third straigh

Amritsar: At least 59 dead as India train mows down crowd
Victims were standing on the tracks watching celebrations for the Hindu festival of Dusshera.

The day out that reunited an Indian boy with his family
Hassan Ali, who ran away aged six, finds his family nine years later after a day out in Delhi.

Sabarimala: The Indian god who bars women from his temple
Why are women banned from entering the Sabarimala temple in southern India?

Sri Lanka's Sirisena calls India over 'murder plot'
President Sirisena calls India's PM to deny he said they were trying to kill him.

MJ Akbar: India minister quits after #MeToo allegations
MJ Akbar is the most high-profile figure to be named in the recent flurry of allegations.

Sabarimala: Mobs attack women near India Hindu temple
Stone-throwing protesters injure several as they prevent women entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple.

India guru Rampal sentenced to life in jail for murder
The self-styled holy man murdered five women and a baby during a bloody standoff with police.

The Indian women abandoned because of mental illness
Women who suffer from mental illness in India are seen as being useless and a burden on their families

Locals continue sit-in protest at Amritsar train accident site
Locals had started protesting on Saturday, raising slogans against the state government and demanding action against the train’s driver, a day after the accident in Amritsar. Police said locals are sitting on railway tracks and do not want to leave.

India vs West Indies: India's predicted XI for 1st ODI; debut for Rishabh Pant
Virat Kohli is back after missing the Asia Cup as the Indian team looks to find the perfect combination leading into the World Cup next year.

Can and able! 5 differently-abled models who have challenged fashion and made heads...
Meet five differently-abled models who have challenged the options of the profession and beat odds with strong minds and beautiful bodies

Delhi holds breath as crop burning heralds pollution season
Every November, air pollution in north India reaches levels unimaginable in most parts of the world, forcing schools shut and filling hospital wards with wheezing patients.

'Suicide' note details Faridabad family's final wish, siblings's trauma
The note, which is dated October 18, was signed by the siblings and contains detailed instructions of tasks that needed to be done — like selling personal belongings to fund their funerals and paying back friends who had helped them after the death of their parents — after their deaths.

From IPL to elections, gambling no taboo in Rajasthan's betting hub of Phalodi
Punters are not only taking bets on which party will win elections but also on who will become chief minister if the Congress indeed comes to power.

BJP denies tickets to 14 MLAs, including a minister, in Chhattisgarh
Among the 77 candidates announced out of a total of 90 assembly segments in Chattisgarh, 14 are women candidates and 14 sitting MLAs have been replaced with new names, Union health minister J P Nadda said.

Why are there 'education malls' in Ranchi? Inside the new Kotas of India
The craze for engineering is fading in the metros, but in small-town India, it’s still the only thing to aspire to. And so in places like Madurai and Patna, coaching for admission tests has become a booming, assembly-line business — even though only 1% of aspirants ever make it into an IIT.

Indian-American awarded at White House for combatting human trafficking
Appointed in July 2015, Minal Patel Davis has made a local impact on human trafficking in America's fourth largest city from a policy-level perspective.

54% expats confident about building their personal wealth in India: Survey
Expats here are optimistic and confident about their financial future and their present is shaping up nicely as well, the expat explorer survey by HSBC said.

Indian salesman wins Rs 14 crore lottery in UAE
Mayyala said that the first thing he would do with the 7 million dirham prize money is to pay for the kidney transplant of his close relative.

Donald Trump taps Indian-American to head nuclear energy division
Baranwal currently serves as the Director of the Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN) initiative.

US Supreme Court rejects Indian-origin billionaire's plea for a private beach
Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of Sun Microsystems, bought the 53-acre (21.4 hectare) property in the 2008 for $32.5 million dollars.

6 Indian American teens get prestigious Davidson Fellows scholarships
Reflecting the domination of the community in science and technology, half a dozen Indian American teenagers have been bestowed with the prestigious 2018 Davidson Fellows scholarships.

Harvard economist Gita Gopinath appointed chief economist at IMF
Gita Gopinath is currently the John Zwaanstra Professor of International Studies and Economics at Harvard University.????????????

Indian-origin steel tycoon named 21st Century Icon in UK
The accolade, which also highlighted Gupta's work in establishing the industry-friendly Wyelands Bank, was announced during the second annual 21st Century Icon Awards at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London last Friday.

3 years on, only 29% of IT sector promises kept
In GIM 2015, 17 MoUs promising?10,950 cr. in investment were inked; only ?3,208 crore realised so far
Crime Branch names Oommen Chandy, K. C. Venugopal as accused in rape case
The Crime Branch has accused Mr Chandy of having committed a sexual act deemed by law as unnatural on Ms Sarita in reciprocation for promoting her dubious business pitch.
Srirangam Srimad Andavan Ashramam gets new pontiff
Sri Srimushnam Vangipuram Yamunachariar is set to become the 12th peetathipathi of the Srirangam Srimad Andavan Ashramam at a ceremony in Srirangam o
ASI checks antiquity of idols at Big Temple
Exercise covering 41 idols aimed at identifying possible replacements
In the Tamil film industry’s never-ending duel with piracy, theatres now face the music, with the producers council turning up the heat on some for being in cahoots with video pirates. Many theatres have denied c
CM rules out reverting to old pension scheme
‘State cannot bear the burden given its financial position’
State steps up vigil for dengue, H1N1
The Health Department is on the vigil after cases of dengue and H1N1 were reported in the neighbouring States.“People need to be cautious if they hav
Elephant calf falls to death
A five-month-old female elephant calf fell to death in Cumbum east range of the Meghamalai Forest Range in Theni district on Friday. The carcass of th
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Dozens Watching Fireworks in India Are Mowed Down by Speeding Train
A Hindu religious holiday signifying the victory of good over evil ends in tragedy, as people sitting on railway tracks are killed by a speeding train.

Religion and Women’s Rights Clash, Violently, at a Shrine in India
A New York Times journalist was met with rock-throwing and threats when she tried to visit a Hindu temple after justices ruled that women should be allowed access.

Censorship Under Military Dictators Was Bad. It May Be Worse in a Democracy.
Pakistani authorities are going all-out against journalists.

Cyclone Titli Lashes Eastern India, Killing at Least 8
The powerful storm made landfall on the country’s eastern coast after several hundred thousand people were evacuated.

Why the Wilder Storms? It’s a ‘Loaded Dice’ Problem
Global warming is bringing an era of wilder, more dangerous rains. The good news is that we’re getting better at evacuating flood zones. The bad news is everything else.

That Thing That India and Pakistan Do
Schoolyard brawls have a more nuanced buildup.

Hunters of Man-Eating Tigress Can Shoot to Kill, Indian Court Rules
Wildlife advocates had asked the Supreme Court to spare a tiger believed to have killed 13 people, arguing that the victims should not have been in her territory.

In India, a Father’s Legacy Becomes a Jewelry Museum
Exhibits in this family project range from Mughal-era miniatures to a 650-carat ruby necklace.

With No Winner, US Mega Millions Jackpot Rises To Record $1.6 billion
The US Mega Millions jackpot grew to $1.6 billion, a world record for a lottery, after Friday's drawing produced no winner of the grand prize, officials said.
Cast A 'Magic Spell': Madhya Pradesh BJP's New Poll Strategy
Seeking a fourth straight term in Madhya Pradesh, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) intends to cast a 'magic spell' on voters during the upcoming state Assembly polls. The party would be roping...
ICC Approves 50-Over League-Based Qualification Structure For World Cup
From 2019, a new simplified 50 over league-based qualification structure for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup will be introduced.
Barcelona Victory Tarnished As Injured Messi Set To Miss 3 Weeks
Lionel Messi scored and then went off injured as Barcelona beat Sevilla 4-2 at Camp Nou, in a six-goal thriller.
Israel Reopens People, Goods Border Crossings To Gaza
Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman ordered Sunday that Israel's goods and people border crossings with Gaza be opened, just four days after ordering them closed following a Palestinian rocket attack.
North Korea's Box Of Bones: A King And The Dream Of Korean Unification
It's the stuff of an Indiana Jones movie: supernatural kings, ancient tombs, and government-backed archaeologists striving to harness the power of legend for a greater cause.
Delhi Half Marathon: Ethiopian Andamalak Belihu Wins Men's Elite Race
Andamalak Belihu overcame stiff competition from compatriot Amdework Walelegn in the men's elite field to win his maiden Delhi Half Marathon.
Israel Indefinitely Postpones Demolition Of Bedouin West Bank Village
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has frozen plans to demolish a strategically located Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank that has drawn the world's attention, his office said Sunday.
Would love to make a tennis-based film: Shashank Khaitan

Would love to make a tennis-based film: Shashank KhaitanMumbai, Oct 21 (IANS) Filmmaker Shashank Khaitan has said that he would love to make a film which will be based on tennis. Khaitan was interacting with media here at the launch of Tennis Premiere League 2018 along with Leander Paes and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on Saturday. When asked whether he would like to make a tennis-based film, he said: "There have been less tennis players in our country on whom a biopic can be made but they are really good.

Vice President addresses Indian diaspora in Belgium

Vice President addresses Indian diaspora in BelgiumBrussels, Oct 21 (IANS) India's Vice President Venkaiah Naidu visited the Jain Temple in the Belgian port city of Antwerp on Saturday where he addressed the Indian community. The event, organised by the members of Indian Association in Belgium and the Jain Culture Centre, was also attended by Antwerp Governor Ms. Cathy Berx. The function began with a Kathakali performance by Margi Kathakali Group from Trivandrum which presented "Geetopadesham", a performance based on the Bhagavad Gita.

Asian Hockey Champions Trophy: India beat Pakistan 3-1 to score second straight win

Asian Hockey Champions Trophy: India beat Pakistan 3-1 to score second straight winMuscat, Oct 21 (IANS) Skipper Manpreet Singh put on a stellar show as India registered a facile 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the second match of the Asian Hockey Champions Trophy here on Saturday. India got off to the worst possible start as Pakistan forced a goal in the opening minute of the match through a penalty corner. In the first quarter of the game, Pakistan dominated as India struggled to penetrate the Pakistan defence.

Kohli backs Rayudu for No. 4 spot

Kohli backs Rayudu for No. 4 spotGuwahati, Oct 20 (IANS) Indian skipper Virat Kohli on Saturday backed Ambati Rayudu for the number four slot ahead of their first ODI against the West Indies here. "The team felt -- and I also watched him -- he is designed to play that middle order batsman role.

Security tightened ahead of India-West Indies first ODI

Security tightened ahead of India-West Indies first ODISecurity has been tightened in Assam's Guwahati ahead of the first One Day International between India and West Indies. The match would be played on October 21. Assam Director General of Police (DGP) Kuladhar Saikia, said, "All arrangements have been done. From security point of view all planning has been done. Senior officials are looking into the security. Even the players have been provided security. We are ensuring 100 percent security." In the recently held test series between India and West Indies, India won the series by 10 wickets.

#MeToo: Star India internal panel writes to anonymous accuser to come forward

#MeToo: Star India internal panel writes to anonymous accuser to come forwardMumbai, Oct 20 (IANS) The Internal Complaints Committee of Star India on Sexual Harassment (Star ICC) has written to the anonymous accuser -- who had alleged "sexual exploitation" of women employees -- asking her to reach out to the committee or its external member on allegations made by her in tweets. In a Twitter post on Friday, Star ICC, formed under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 said it had reached out to the accuser through two emails on the ID provided by her through her tweets.

Expecting tough challenge from India, says West Indies skipper

Expecting tough challenge from India, says West Indies skipperGuwahati, Oct 20 (IANS) Ahead of the first One-Day International against India, West Indies skipper Jason Holder on Saturday said his team is expecting a tough challenge as India are the best one-day side. "It won't be easy with India playing some very good cricket at the moment. Commenting on the current state of West Indies cricket, the skipper said: "Obviously there have been few issues off the field, many of which is beyond my control.

Outflow of foreign funds not a good sign for economy: Analysts

Outflow of foreign funds not a good sign for economy: AnalystsMumbai, Oct 20 (IANS) The rupee and the US dollar equation along with an uncertain domestic and global economic growth outlook has triggered a massive foreign fund outflow from the country's capital market segment. This is not a good sign for the Indian capital market," said Astha Jain, Senior Analyst at Hem Securities. As per the provisional data from the stock exchanges, in just 13 trading sessions from October 1 onwards, foreign investors have sold stocks worth around Rs 19,500 crore.

Aligarh, For Long a Second, Safer Home for Kashmiri Students, is Becoming as Uncertain as the First
The students smell politics ahead of 2019 polls to keep the AMU pot boiling for electoral dividends.

PM Narendra Modi Inaugurates Memorial for the Khaki Forces on National Police Commemoration Day
The PM Modi was accorded a ceremonial salute upon his arrival at the memorial which is built on a 6.12-acre land in central Delhi's Chanakyapuri area. He was received by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the venue.

‘We Will Burn Stubble, Let Govt Do What It Can’: Gas Chamber Delhi Holds its Breath Again
Every November, air pollution in northern India reaches levels unimaginable in most parts of the world, forcing schools shut and filling hospital wards with wheezing patients.

Encounter Breaks Out Between Security Forces, Militants in J&K's Kulgam District
A cordon and search operation was launched in the Laroo area in south Kashmir on Sunday morning following specific information about the presence of militants in the area, a police official said.

Noted Urdu Poet Atta?cked with 'Acid' After Confronting Youths for Sexually Harassing Girl
On Friday, the victim’s father had complained to the poet against his daughter’s regular ordeal on her way to coaching classes. Firozabadi first advised them to approach the police, but when they seemed hesitant, he decided to take it upon himself.

Calculator in Board Exams for Dyslexic Students: SC Asks CBSE to Decide on Case-by-case Basis
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said that there cannot be uniform rule in this regard and the CBSE should make a decision taking into account the sensibilities and needs of the candidates concerned.

Mobiles, Wallets of Dead and Injured Were Robbed After Amritsar Train Accident
Deepak, who suffered injuries in the leg, said he lost his daughter in the accident and his son is critical. But even as he was unable to move and shouting for help, someone came and picked up his mobile phone.

Vijay Mallya May Soon Lose Possession of His Multi-Million Pound Mansion in London
UBS has demanded that the loan be repaid and the defendants be evicted from the property, nullifying their entitlement of the property.

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'Real tragedy is the attitude of railways to people'
'The accident happened because the railway track was at the same level as the ground, so the people walked over it.'

'We are not slaves of the BJP'
'The BJP should be really wary of Nitish Kumar, or he will also take the BJP down with him.'

How will Kohli solve India's middle-order conundrum?
Rayudu's consistency at No. 4 slot will solve our middle-order conundrum, says Kohli

Messi injury blow as Barca go top with win over Sevilla
Barcelona snapped a four-match winless run in La Liga with a 4-2 home victory over title rivals Sevilla on Saturday to reclaim top spot but the triumph was marred by talisman Lionel Messi fracturing his arm and being ruled out for three weeks.

#MeToo: 'What happened to innocent until proven guilty?'
'They have no problem working with Sanjay Dutt who has been convicted.''But they want to blacklist people whose guilt is yet to be proven, just to look like heroes of the #MeToo movement.'

Here's a cyber security roadmap for the financial sector
Traditionally, financial institutions have operated risk functions in silos. However, the nature of unknown threats today requires industry participants to work together, says Vikram Limaye.

Revealed! The secret to Vaani's sculpted arms
The Befikre actor's fitness journey is all the inspiration you will need.

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