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Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia hospitalised, urine ketone level reaches 7.4 mmol/L
He has been on an indefinite hunger strike for the past 6 days at LG's residence against the alleged strike by the IAS officers of Delhi government.

Northeast emerging as biggest contributor to nation's GDP: Amit Shah
BJP President Amit Shah said Northeastern states will soon be the biggest contributor to the country's GDP due to PM Modi's visionary policies.

Does India have a Defence Minister, wonders Shiv Sena
Launching a fresh salvo at the Central govt against the backdrop of the J&K violence, the Shiv Sena on Monday asked whether "India has a Defence Minister?".

Saradha case: Enforcement Directorate summons Nalini Chidambaram again
ED has issued fresh summon to Nalini Chidambaram, wife of former finance minister P Chidambaram, in connection with money laundering probe in the Saradha ponzi scam.

India has overcome Congress legacy, can no more use it as excuse: NITI Aayog vice chairman
Kumar's remarks hold significance since the BJP have repeatedly ripped into the Congress for leaving behind an "economy in a shambles".

BJP continues counter-protest against Kejriwal's sit-in
BJP leaders vowed to continue their indefinite hunger strike until the Chief Minister ensures water supply to all

Three killed as gangs fire at each other in north Delhi
Five persons were injured and hospitalised after the gunfight between the Tillu and Gogi gangs, believed to be involved in cases of extortion and murder in the city.

Monsoon is both a pollution pump and a cleanser, says study
About two decades ago, the Indian Ocean Experiment uncovered a large pollution haze from biofuel use, agricultural burning and fossil fuel combustion.

Delhi dy CM Sisodia falls ill, hospitalised 
Delhi's deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia was hospitalised on Monday after his health deteriorated on the sixth day of indefinite fast.

Mexico fans cause 'quake' during Germany match
Elated fans waved Mexican flags and donned traditional "sombrero" hats at the iconic Angel of Independence monument in downtown Mexico City as they sang the country's unofficial soccer anthem, "Cielito Lindo," or "Pretty Little Sky," a popular folksong.

National Education Policy by end of 2018: Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar
"The draft of the policy is ready. We are giving it the final shape," said Javadekar, who was briefing the media over the achievements of his ministry in the last four years.
India, China ties cannot take strain of another Doklam, says Chinese envoy Luo Zhaohui
Luo Zhaohui said "some Indian friends" had suggested a trilateral summit comprising India, China and Pakistan, which was a "very constructive" idea.
108 migrants from Pakistan get Indian citizenship in Rajasthan
The surroundings of the Town Hall where they were given the certificates echoed with slogans such as "Bharat Mata Ki Jai".
Two militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir
Two militants were killed on Monday by the Army in an anti-terror operation in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora, a defence official said.
Samajwadi Party not ready to give Congress more than 2 seats in Uttar Pradesh for 2019 Lok Sabha polls
The SP is not so keen to take Congress on board in UP but will not field candidates against the Gandhis in Rai Bareli and Amethi.
My illness delayed Goa from becoming plastic-free: Manohar Parrikar
Parrikar, in his brief speech, also said that even educated people littered plastic because they lacked knowledge and vowed to make Goa a knowledge-rich society.
Enforcement Directorate summons Nalini Chidambaram to appear on June 20 at its office in Kolkata
The ED officials believed that the advocate had taken huge money as consultancy fees and now they wanted to know the exact figure.
Army Chief Bipin Rawat pays visit to martyred Sepoy Aurangzeb's family in Poonch
The martyred soldier's father have been asking for a revenge in 32 hours and appealed to the Army to eliminate terrorists.
Ranbir hits back at Salman for saying Dutt should play himself in Sanju
Salman Khan had earlier said that Sanjay Dutt should've played himself in the last 7-8 years of his biopic.

7 killed after SUV rams into truck in Amritsar
At least seven people were killed on Monday when the sports utility vehicle (SUV) they were travelling in rammed into a truck near Punjab's Amritsar city, police said.

2 Chinese nationals arrested in dry Bihar for consuming liquor 
Two Chinese nationals were arrested in Patna on Sunday night for consuming liquor. Nitish government had imposed liquor prohibition in the state of Bihar over two years ago.

Audi chief exec Rupert Stadler arrested
Munich prosecutors had conducted searches at Stadler's private residence as a part of the probe concerning alleged fraud and indirect improprieties with documents.

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Venkaiah Naidu visits Atal Bihari Vajpayee in AIIMS
Vice President Atal Bihar Vajpayee on Monday visited AIIMS to enquire about former Prime Minister Atal Bihar Vajpayee’s health.

Who authorised you to hold dharna at L-G house? Delhi HC asks Kejriwal govt
Hearing a petition filed by Delhi BJP MLA Vijender Gupta, the high court asked the Delhi government's lawyer as to who had authorised Kejriwal to hold the strike at someone else's office or house.

Race 3 collection Day 3: Salman film zooms past Rs 100-crore mark
Salman Khan's Race 3 continues its winning streak.

Shirish Kunder Takes a Dig at Delhi L-G, LG India's Reply Leaves Twitter in Splits

Shirish Kunder Takes a Dig at Delhi L-G, LG India's Reply Leaves Twitter in SplitsKunder tagged electronics company LG India and asked them if they have a service center in Delhi as the "LG there was not working".

‘Mine is a Special State With Special Problems’: Chandrababu's Retort at Being Cut Short by Rajnath

‘Mine is a Special State With Special Problems’: Chandrababu's Retort at Being Cut Short by RajnathAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu reiterated his special status demand at the Niti Aayog Governing Council meeting.

Eid celebration turns fatal: Mumbai teenager falls into sea while clicking selfie

Eid celebration turns fatal: Mumbai teenager falls into sea while clicking selfieThe 13-year-old boy was warned by the officials not to go on the rocks to take selfie, as during monsoon the sea is extremely rough.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Diego Maradona launches scathing attack on Argentina coach after Iceland draw

FIFA World Cup 2018: Diego Maradona launches scathing attack on Argentina coach after Iceland drawArgentina legend Diego Maradona issued a scathing assessment Sunday of his country's World Cup draw with Iceland, warning manager Jorge Sampaoli that he would not be welcome back home unless he changes his tactics.

Woman shouting "Allahu Akbar" stabs two in French supermarket

Woman shouting "Allahu Akbar" stabs two in French supermarketA month after a knife attack in Paris, a woman in a La Seyne-sur-Mer supermarket in southern France injured two people yesterday when she cried "Allahu Akbar" and attacked them with a boxcutter knife. A customer was wounded in the chest. A store employee was hurt, but less seriously. Prosecutor Bernard Marchal said it was likely an isolated incident involving someone with psychological problems.

Devendra Fadnavis visits the test sites of Virgin Hyperloop One in Las Vegas

Devendra Fadnavis visits the test sites of Virgin Hyperloop One in Las VegasFadnavis' visit to Hyperloop followed the MoU signed by the state government with Virgin.

Ram Sene Chief Likens Gauri Lankesh’s Murder to Dog’s Death

Ram Sene Chief Likens Gauri Lankesh’s Murder to Dog’s DeathAbout Gauri Lankesh’s death, Pramod Muthalik said, “Is PM Modi responsible even if any dog dies in Karnataka?”

Nirav Modi holds six Indian passports; agencies to file fresh FIR

Nirav Modi holds six Indian passports; agencies to file fresh FIRNirav Modi, who was earlier holed up in the UK, is now reported to have flown to Belgium. His move to Belgium follows the pressure that India was building up on the Theresa May government to get him extradited.

China says can`t afford another Doklam, bats for joint summit with India and Pakistan
Emphasising on the need to find a "mutually acceptable solution" on the boundary issue through a meeting of the Special Representatives,  Chinese envoy to India Luo Zhaohui said on Monday that bilateral ties between India and Chi
Two Chinese nationals arrested in Bihar for liquor consumption
The company said that the actions, undertaken in the personal capacity, in no way represent the company's views or intentions.
AIIMS MBBS Result 2018 declared on; 4 students top exam with 100 percentile
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Monday declared the results of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) entrance examinations 2018 on its official website While four students secured
AAP leader Manish Sisodia shifted to hospital after hunger strike at Delhi L-G’s office, confirms Arvind Kejriwal
Earlier, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain was admitted to a hospital as his health deteriorated.
Saradha chit fund scam: ED issues fresh summons to Nalini Chidambaram
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday summoned senior advocate Nalini Chidambaram, wife of former Finance Minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram, to appear for questioning in the connection to the multi-crore Saradha chi
India-China friendship treaty, free trade agreement on China`s wish list: Chinese Ambassador Luo Zhaohui
Chinese Ambassador Luo Zhaohui's tone reflected the positive mood that the Chinese have taken on India after the Modi-Xi informal summit in Wuhan.
Health Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain condition stable says doctor
 The minister had shared a copy of his health summary, which said, the ketone level in urine had increased to a "large amount".
Periyar University Result 2018: Scores of UG and PG expected soon today at
The Periyar University, in an official notification, announced that it will release the undergraduate (UG) and post-graduate (PG) examination result today on June 18. Candidates can view their scores on the official website – per
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Spanish king's brother-in-law goes to prison for six years over tax fraud charges
He may appeal the Supreme Court's ruling before the Constitutional Court.

Japan earthquake: Three dead, many industries stop production
Live footage showed toppled walls, broken windows and gushing burst water mains after the quake hit Osaka, which will host next year's Group of 20 summit

How an early finish to India-Afghanistan Test proved to be a blessing for MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni experiences a rather unusual day at the office.

While the nation stands divided on the littering episode, Karan Johar pats Anushka Sharma's back
Anushka Sharma was recently in news for bashing a commuter for throwing plastic on road

Pakistan: Imran Khan says 'feminism degrades role of mother'; gets schooled by Twitterati
The cricketer-turned-politician faced the ire of the Twitterati after his remarks made in a TV interview

Meghan Markle's father says Prince Harry told him to give Donald Trump a chance
* Markle gives interview to British television * Says Charles was "wonderful" for walking Meghan down the aisle * Markle missed the wedding having had heart surgery * Says he discussed Trump and Brexit with Harry

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Why Kashmiri Pandits are going back after 30 years
'We know the situation has worsened in the valley, but we are taking the first step.''We have lost 30 years of our life. We do not want to wait any longer.''The political class always said, you come down to Kashmir.''So, we are going to be there and we are going to demand a place to stay.''After all, it is our own land.'

#HappyFather'sDay: 'Proud to say I'm daddy's girl!'
Bollywood wishes #HappyFather'sDay.

Kerala man cycles 4000km to Russia to watch World Cup
He flew to Dubai from Kerala on Febraury 23, bought a cycle, took a ship to the port city of Bandar Abbas, the capital of Hormozgan province on the southern coast of Iran, before embarking on his cycling odyssey to Russia.

FIFA World Cup: The Big Shots Struggle
Defending champion Germany suffered a shocking defeat, while Brazil, Spain and Argentina -- the other pre-tournament favourites -- managed just draws in their opening round matches.

7 stunning reasons to visit Russia right now!
It's that time of the year when the FIFA lovers will be in full cheer to support their favorite teams in the World Cup 2018.

Meet Jr NTR's baby
Jr NTR became father for the second time on June 14.

Revealed! Dhoni's secret preparations for England tour
Mahendra Singh Dhoni went through a rigorous net session at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, far from public gaze, ahead of the upcoming England tour.

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Profit-booking pulls gold futures down to Rs 30,932
Gold futures fell 0.25 per cent to Rs 30,932 per 10 grams today due to profit-booking by investors despite firm global cues.At the Multi Commodity E

India man walks 800 miles to 'remind' PM Modi of poll promise
Muktikant Biswal wants to remind the prime minister of an 'unfulfilled promise' to upgrade a hospital.

India facing the 'worst water crisis in its history'
Some 600 million Indians are facing an acute shortage of water, a new government report says.

Shujaat Bukhari: A man who epitomised the best of Kashmir
He was the sort of man Kashmir needs to find a way out from a deepening political impasse.

India v Afghanistan: Test debutants beaten inside two days
Afghanistan lose 20 wickets in a day as their Test debut ends in a two-day defeat by India in Bangalore.

India Delhi residents choke as dust blankets capital
Many people are complaining the city has become unliveable as pollution climbs to hazardous levels.

India transgender officer rejoins duty after rare show of support
The 29-year-old policeman was allowed to rejoin the force after a minister backed him.

Chef Atul Kocchar sacked for Priyanka Chopra terrorism tweet
Michelin-starred chef Atul Kocchar tweeted Muslims had "terrorised" Hindus for 2,000 years.

2018 Monsoon update
The southwest monsoon has arrived in parts of southern and western India, bringing a risk of torrential rain and flooding over the coming days. Chris Fawkes has more.

How Indira's trusted bureaucrat PN Haksar ran foul of Sanjay Gandhi: Book excer...
By taking on Sanjay Gandhi, Haksar had not only lost the battle but made a deadly enemy who would soon prove to be his nemesis

Google is training machines to predict when a patient will die
Google had created a tool that could forecast a host of patient outcomes, including how long people may stay in hospitals, their odds of re-admission and chances they will soon die.

Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia, on a hunger strike at L-G office, hospitalised,...
Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, who is on a hunger strike at Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal’s office, was shifted to a hospital.

Suggestion of India, Pakistan, China trilateral summit great idea: Chinese envo...
The Chinese envoy to India Luo Zhaohui also said on Monday India and China cannot another Doklam-like standoff and that the two countries need to narrow their differences.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Neymar a victim of fouling, Germany's problems grow
Brazil were undone by Neymar being fouled plenty of times in the Switzerland game while Germany has a problem regarding the midfielders.

Who authorised Arvind Kejriwal's sit-in protest at L-G office, asks Delhi high ...
Arvind Kejriwal and 3 AAP?ministers have been camping at Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal’s office since June 11, refusing to leave until the L-G makes IAS officers end an alleged strike.

Three killed, five injured in gang war in North Delhi's Burari: Police
The fight started when members of Tillu gang, who were in a Scorpio vehicle, were hit by a Fortuner, allegedly being driven by members of the Gogi gang.

Gunmen kill Kashmir man hours after home minister announces end of ceasefire
Police officials said that suspected militants barged into the home of Iqbal Kawak at Kelam in Kulgam district and opened fire, hours after the government announced it will resume security operations in Jammu and Kashmir.

Indian-origin cybersecurity expert joins Accenture security as MD
In his new role, Ghosh will bring his technology focused background and executive leadership to lead strategic technology investments that helped the company register rapid growth in the managed security services business.

NRI marriages need to be registered within 7 days: Women and Child Development Ministry
All NRI marriages solemnised in India would need to be registered within seven days, the Ministry of Women and Child Development said today.

Absconding 'NRI husbands' may lose assets on avoiding court summons
A group of ministers have shortlisted possible measures that will act as a deterrent and also help deliver justice to deserted wives by their 'NRI husbands'.

Indian-origin celebrity chef sacked over anti-Islam tweet in Dubai
Kochhar, 48, the second Indian to receive a Michelin star, is well known for his Rang Mahal restaurant at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai.

Indian-origin spends Rs 38,000 for 1-night stay at hotel to meet Trump in Singapore
An Indian-origin man from Malaysia spent a whopping USD 573 to put up at a luxury hotel for one night so that he could get a chance to meet Trump.

Sikh soldier becomes first to wear turban for Trooping the Colour parade in UK
Guardsman Charanpreet Singh Lall marched among 1,000 British soldiers who took part in the Trooping the Colour parade.

Indian doctors in UK back campaign to scrap 'rigid' visa norms
BAPIO said it had doctors on its list who can come in on a short-term basis to fill National Health Service (NHS) shortage and gain training in the process.

22-yr-old Indian-American running for California governor
Shubham Goel, a techie with roots in Uttar Pradesh, is drawing more and more eyeballs to his campaign blitz.

Two Chinese nationals arrested on charge of possessing liquor in Bihar
They were working for the mobile firm Oppo in Patna.
After Jain, now Sisodia sent to hospital
The Delhi deputy CM has been on hunger strike since June 13 at the lieutenant governor’s office.
Jaitley rules out any cut in excise duty on petrol, diesel
The Union Finance Minister asks citizens to pay taxes honestly.
Parrikar says will strive to make Goa plastic-free by 2018, despite delay due to illness
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said that his mission to make Goa plastic free by 2018 was delayed because of his illness. Speaking at
Indian-origin couple held in U.S. on charge of running prostitution racket
The prostitution scheme was masterminded by a 34-year-old an Indian businessman, also a key figure in the Telugu film industry.
Takes charge as Police Commissioner
Two months after his transfer to Bengaluru, T.R. Suresh has returned to take charge as the Mangaluru Police Commissioner on Monday.It was on June 12
Truck falls off road
Hassan A truck carrying milk containers fell off the road near Bikkodu in Belur taluk on Monday. It fell to a depth of around 50 ft.The truck belongs
Two militants killed in J&K encounter
The operation comes a day after the Centre decided not to extend the ceasefire in the State.
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Deadly Tensions Rise as India’s Water Supply Runs Dangerously Low
Some 600 million Indians, about half the population, face high to extreme water scarcity conditions, with about 200,000 dying every year from inadequate access to safe water, says a government report.

Top U.N. Rights Official Seeks Inquiry on Kashmir Abuses
The United Nations high commissioner for human rights criticized the Indian security forces in particular for inflicting mass casualties in response to protests.

India’s Contemporary Art Market Makes a Cautious Comeback
Speculators who drove up prices in the mid-2000s have been replaced by younger Indian collectors who are making more meaningful purchases.

Priyanka Chopra, ‘Quantico’ Star, Apologizes for Show’s Terrorism Plotline
Both the actress and ABC Studios issued statements after an episode of the TV series angered some Indians. “I’m a proud Indian and that will never change,” Ms. Chopra said.

‘The Dump Killed My Son’: Mountains of Garbage Engulf India’s Capital
On top of polluted air and water, New Delhi is being forced to grapple with trash dumps growing so large that they are killing people.

Same Gun Was Used to Kill Two Critics of Hindu Nationalists in India
A forensic report linked the murders two years apart of two critics of the governing party and Hindu nationalist groups in India.

Gay in India, Where Progress Has Come Only With Risk
A colonial law that criminalizes gay sex, Section 377, is up for review. But its long use as a cover for blackmail and assault has created lasting fear.

The Millionaires Are Fleeing. Maybe You Should, Too.
Wealthy people are often the first to ship their money to safer havens abroad. That can be a leading indicator of when a country is in trouble.

Gmail for Android Now Provides Tips to Help Unsubscribe to Bulk Emails
An APK teardown of the Gmail app also shows an email bundling option for promotional emails.
FIFA World Cup, Colombia vs Japan: When And Where To Watch
Colombia will be kicking off their World Cup 2018 campaign against Japan in Group H.
LG Q8+ Spotted on Certification Sites, LG Q7 Android One Variant Tipped
The LG Q8+ has been listed on KCC in two variants with model numbers - LM-Q815S and LM-Q815L.
Gluten-Free Obsession Linked To Unhealthy Weight Loss Fixation In Young Adults
A new study has claimed to an unlikely connection of gluten-free foods with the psyche of young adults, saying that these foods often lead to young people engaging in unhealthy weight control...
The Happiness Diet: These 7 Foods Which Keep You Happy At All TImes
Happiness diet: Some foods can induce a sense of happiness. These foods are nutritious, light, help you stay active all day, and keep the sad blues away as well. Here are 7 foods which will help you...
Uttar Pradesh Man Arrested For Posting Objectionable Comment On WhatsApp
A man has been arrested for allegedly posting an objectionable comment on a messaging app, hurting religious sentiments of a minority community in Kakrala village here, police said today.
Parents Billed $132,000 After 5-Year-Old Son Knocks Over Glass Sculpture
A couple in America's Kansas have been sent an "astronomical" $132,000 bill after their five-year-old son knocked over a glass sculpture on display at a community centre. CCTV footage captured the...
Three Dead After Being Hit By Train In South London
Three people have died after they were hit by a train in south London on Monday, with police treating the deaths as unexplained.
International ICT conference concludes in Nepal

International ICT conference concludes in NepalKathmandu, June 18 (IANS) The two-day international Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 2018 conference concluded here on Monday.

New consumer bill covering E-commerce to be taken up in monsoon session: Minister

New consumer bill covering E-commerce to be taken up in monsoon session: MinisterNew Delhi, June 18 (IANS) The Consumer Protection Bill 2018 is likely to be taken up in the upcoming monsoon session of parliament, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, C.R. Chaudhary said here on Monday. The new bill, which would replace the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 was introduced in Lok Sabha in January 5, 2018. The monsoon session of the parliament is likely to start in mid-July.

Ari Aster seeks inspiration from real life for 'Hereditary'

Ari Aster seeks inspiration from real life for 'Hereditary'Los Angeles, June 18 (IANS) Filmmaker Ari Aster took inspiration from his own experience to make horror film "Hereditary". Aster began envisioning "Hereditary" after his own family endured a string of trials over a three-year period.

Sushma Swaraj arrives Monday on maiden visit to France

Sushma Swaraj arrives Monday on maiden visit to FranceParis, June 18 (IANS) Taking stock of the progress on the series of agreements that India and France signed during the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to India in March would be high on the agenda as Indias External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrives in Paris later Monday on a two-day visit. This is the first visit that Swaraj will be making to France in her four-year tenure.

Maldives says didn't deny work visas to Indians

Maldives says didn't deny work visas to IndiansMale, June 18 (IANS) The Maldives Immigration has refuted reports that it is denying work permits to Indian citizens. Immigration Controller Mohamed Anwar said that Maldives Immigration officers do not discriminate when carrying out their duties and the authority will continue to grant Indian citizens work permits and visas in accordance with the country's regulations, the Edition newspaper reported. The comments came in response to the media reports that the Maldivian Immigration was "denying work permits and refusing to renew the permits for Indian citizens" working in the atoll nation.

Pakistan have fair chance to win 2019 World Cup: Waqar

Pakistan have fair chance to win 2019 World Cup: WaqarLahore, June 18 (IANS) Pakistan bowling great Waqar Younis believes the experience gained by the green brigade in English conditions will boost their confidence in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, starting May 30 in England and Wales. It was exactly a year ago that the green brigade had stunned arch-rivals India by a huge margin of 180 runs in the ICC Champions Trophy final held in England and Wales.

Chinese envoy to India proposes China-India-Pakistan trilateral summit

Chinese envoy to India proposes China-India-Pakistan trilateral summitChinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui on Monday proposed a trilateral summit between three neighbouring countries of China, India and Pakistan on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). Addressing media at the Institute of Chinese Studies, he said, "If China-Russia-Mongolia trilateral is possible then why don't we try working China-India-Pakistan out."

Poland celebrates 4th International Yoga Day

Poland celebrates 4th International Yoga DayWarsaw, June 18 (IANS) Around three thousand people on Sunday celebrated the Fourth International Yoga Day in Poland, a country where yoga has almost become a way of life for many citizens. The celebrations were not limited to Warsaw, the Polish capital. Unlike the last three years, the main venue in Warsaw this time took place in the historical Laziniki park, where people thronged throughout the day to take part in the display of asanas or yogic teachings.

PPSC Recruitment 2018: 47 Posts, Apply Before 6th July 2018
PPSC Recruitment 2018 application process to fill 47 vacancies for various posts has begun on the official website of Punjab Public Service Commission, Punjab.

In UP, Hundreds Protest Reservation in Promotion
The protesting employees threatened to intensify the demonstrations if the order is not rolled back.

Jaitley Hints at No Cut in Excise on Oil, Asks Citizens to Pay Taxes Honestly
Former finance minister P Chidambaram had last week claimed that it was possible for the Centre to cut tax by up to Rs 25 per litre on petrol prices but the Modi-government will not do so.

UP’s Powerless Village Casts a Shadow on 100% Electrification Claim
According to locals, electric poles were erected in the villages about two years ago, but they never got electricity.

Karnataka's CM Meets Rahul, Conveys Birthday Wish
JD-S sources termed it as a 'courtesy visit' during which the Congress chief assured the new Congress-JDS government in the state of his full support.

Will Join Army Like My Brothers, Father: 15-Year-Old Brother of Slain Jawan Aurangzeb
Rifleman Aurangzeb, however, did not make it; abducted and killed, as he was, by terrorists in Kashmir. The brutality has left Aasim shaken to the core, yet not deterred his will to join the Army.

Email Account of CBI Sleuth Handling Nirav Modi Case Blocked After ‘Suspicious Activity’
Investigative agencies are also probing whether sensitive information relating to the Nirav Modi case was leaked.

Saradha Case: ED Summons Nalini Chidambaram Again
The ED had first issued the summons to Nalini on September 7, 2016 asking her to appear at its Kolkata office as a witness in the Saradha chit fund scam.

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