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Ram Jethmalani quits as Arvind Kejriwal's counsel, seeks Rs 2 crore fee
Jethmalani used an offensive word, amounting to accusing Jaitley of being a criminal, during proceedings of the Rs 10-cr defamation case against Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders.

Nitish Kumar may act against Lalu’s son Tejashwi Yadav before assembly session
Sources in JD(U) said Kumar will be loath to defend his deputy if BJP, as is likely, launches protests on the floor of the assembly to demand the resignation of Tejashwi.

Pranab Mukherjee as Congress political adviser? No, says daughter Sharmistha
The guessing game started after Congress member Mani Shankar Aiyar expressed hope that Mukherjee would start advising Congress to take the party from "nadir to near zenith".

Enforcement Directorate arrests separatist leader Shabir Shah
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had issued multiple summons to Shah, but he never deposed before the central investigating agency.

Give proof to back charges against Naidu-linked NGO: KTR
To another question, Rao said the TRS government has brought transparency in sand sales and this has boosted revenue by 30 to 40 times.

T R Zeliang appoints nine advisors, 26 parliamentary secretaries
Zeliang was sworn in as the chief minister on July 19 after the Nagaland governor sacked Shurhozelie Liezietsu, who failed to turn up for the vote of confidence.

Average per capita debt in MP stands at Rs 13,853 by March 2016
These estimations are based on the borrowings of the state government, which has soared to Rs 1,11,101.10-crore (Rs 1.11 lakh crore) in FY 2015-16 from Rs 83,899-crore in FY 2013-14.

CJI Khehar recommends Justice Dipak Misra as his successor
According to laid down procedure, the law minster writes to the CJI seeking his recommendation on who should succeed him.

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Kovind takes oath as 14th Prez in grand ceremony
Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday took oath at the 14th President of India, the first BJP leader to occupy the Rashtrapati Bhawan, and said India's unity in diversity was the key to its success.The 71-year-old Kovind was administered the oath of office by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar at an impressive ceremony in the Central Hall of Parliament. He took oath in the name of God and pledged to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and the law”.The ceremony was attended by outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and Prime Minist

Modi hails Kovind's election
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday described Ram Nath Kovind's swearing-in as president of India as a "significant milestone" in BJP ideologue Shyama Prasad Mukherjee's journey. Mukherjee had formed the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) in 1951 which was subsequently christened as the BJP. Kovind, who is the BJP leader to be sworn as 14th president, was drawn to the nationalist ideology that BJS stood for after he joined Prime Minister Morarji Desai's office in 1977. "The journey, which was started by Shyama Prasad Mukherjee and during which many lakh of people sacrificed everything, has reach

BMIC promoter refuses to roll back toll hike
The promoter of the Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) project has refused to roll back the recent hike in toll on its peripheral and link roads in Bengaluru.In a nine-page reply to the notice issued by the state government recently, Nandi Economic Corridor Enterprises Ltd (NECEL) has refuted the government’s argument that enhancement of toll prices is against the project’s Frame Work Agreement (FWA), including the Toll Concession Agreement (TCA). The right to collect and revise toll is not connected to converting the existing bituminous road into concrete road, the company sa

Building collapse claims 12 lives in Mumbai
At least 12 people were killed and more than 10 are feared to be trapped when a building — the ground floor of which was being illegally renovated from a hospital to a guest house —  caved in at Ghatkopar in the eastern suburbs of Mumbai on Tuesday.The two wings of the ground plus four-storey structure — Sai Darshan, said to be 35-40 years old — collapsed around 10.45 am and rescue operations were mounted, officials of the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB) said.There was a huge bang and dust billowed out as the building collapsed like a pack of

India should withdraw to end standoff: China
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said that India should “conscientiously withdraw” its troops from the disputed Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector for a “simple” solution to the over a month-long border standoff.Putting the onus on India to end the border stalemate, Wang also claimed that India “admitted” to entering Chinese territory.Chinese and Indian soldiers have been locked in a face-off in the Dokalam area for over a month after Indian troops stopped the Chinese army from building a road in the disputed area.China claimed it was constructing the road within its territory

Pak terrorist sentenced to 7 year jail under PMLA
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) notched its first conviction under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) by sentencing a terrorist of Pakistan origin in Mysuru on Tuesday.The Principal City Civil and Sessions court, Mysuru sentenced Mohammed Fahad Hai to seven years rigorous imprisonment and slapped a fine of Rs 10,000.The court also directed the authorities concerned to confiscate cash worth Rs 44,174 along with the interest accrued, totalling Rs 90,470, from him.The case dates back to 2006. A team of police, on the basis of information that certain terrorists from Pakistan were plan

'Aadhaar not a must to file I-T returns'
No Aadhaar and worried you can’t file your income tax returns? Don’t be.“We cannot force anyone. We have told people to share Aadhaar numbers for linking with PAN. But if a person does not have Aadhaar, it is not a problem,” Rajnish Kumar, principal chief commissioner, income tax department, said.On July 9, the Supreme Court said citizens without Aadhaar should be allowed to file returns, and officials must abide by the directive, he said.Tax offices are witnessing a clamour as July 31 is the last date to file income tax returns.As things stand, returns can be filed offline without an

Forces sufficiently equipped, says Jaitley
Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday rebuffed suggestions that Indian military does not have enough fire power to sustain beyond 10 days, saying armed forces are "reasonably and sufficiently" equipped.His remarks came in Rajya Sabha during Zero Hour after Samajwadi Party MP Ramgopal Yadav referred to a Comptroller and Auditor General report, which suggested that the forces have arms and ammunition to sustain only for ten days.Jaitley said the CAG had submitted a report in 2013 and that was in reference to a particular point of time. "Substantially, thereafter, significant progress has been

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Race to free Mumbai building collapse survivors
Rescuers in the Indian city are struggling to free people trapped beneath a collapsed building.

The defiance of an 'untouchable' New York subway worker
Sujatha Gidla's book Ants Among Elephants is a personal examination of her life as a Dalit in India.

India's all-women police fighting sexual harassment
Female officers trained in martial arts patrol the streets of Jaipur to rein in sexual violence.

India court hears 10-year-old rape victim's abortion plea
The girl of 10 is nearly seven months pregnant and doctors say she is too young to carry a baby.

Women's World Cup: England beat India by nine runs in thrilling final at Lord's
Anya Shrubsole takes 6-46 as England win the Women's World Cup thanks to a nine-run win over India in a pulsating final at Lord's.

Crude oil theft gang uncovered
The network stole millions of dollars worth of crude in water tankers, Rajasthan police say.

Armed guards for tomatoes in India as prices rise
The unprecedentedly high price of tomatoes in India is making people see red.

India musician plays guitar during brain surgery
Abhishek Prasad played the instrument to help doctors treat involuntary muscle spasms in his hand.

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Pakistan using WhatsApp to incite Kashmiri youth for spreading unrest, reveals NIA probe
A day after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) found electronic evidence of connection of seven arrested Hurriyat leaders with some 48 ‘habitual’ stone pelters in Jammu and Kashmir, it has now found how terrorists in...
Death toll reaches 83 as flood crisis deepens in Gujarat, Rajasthan; PM Modi announces Rs 500-cr aid
Incessant rainfall continued to cause havoc in Gujarat and Rajasthan on Tuesday with hundreds of people marooned in several inundated regions of the two neighboring states even as heavy rains in other parts of the...
Nawaz Sharif accuses India of ‘harming’ SAARC, violating its spirit by casting ‘shadows of bilateral issues’
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday accused India of harming the SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) by seeking  postponement of the Islamabad Summit that was scheduled to be held in November 2016.
Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested by ED in Srinagar
The Jammu and Kashmir Police today arrested Kashmiri separatist leader Shabir Shah from Srinagar in connection with a money laundering case. According to reports, Shah, founder and president of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Fre
India rejects OIC resolutions on Kashmir, calls them ‘incorrect and misleading’
India on Tuesday outrightly rejected the resolutions passed by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Jammu and Kashmir and pointed out that these resolutions contained “factually incorrect and misleading” references to
Sri Lanka revises Hambantota Port agreement with China, allays India’s concerns
Following widespread public anger and concerns raised by India, the Sri Lankan Cabinet today cleared a revised agreement for its Chinese-built southern port of Hambantota. As per the new deal, the island nation’s government has...
China bound to be a threat in the coming years: Army vice chief
China is expanding its influence across the Himalayas in India's neighbourhood and is bound to be a "threat" in the coming years, a top Army general said today. Lt Gen. Sarath Chand, the vice chief of...
Five dead as four-storied residential building collapses in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar, 30 feared trapped
{youtube:youtube.com/watch?v=Yaq8Y7_1u3w}A four-storied building located in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar area collapsed this morning, killing at least five people. According to  reports, the incident took place at around 10.40am at Damodar
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After arrests, NIA to go after other senior separatist leaders: Sources
Notices will soon be sent to these leaders asking them to join the investigation.

India Today impact: Kashmir separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested; NIA, ED to question
Shabir Shah is the founder and president of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP) and was arrested in a money laundering case.

LeT militant apprehended in Kashmir's Sopore
The man, Basit Nazar, was apprehended today by troops from the Central Reserve Police Force, the Rashtriya Rifles, and the Special Operations Group (Sopore).

New Rs 200 banknote ready to be released next month
RBI plans to boost its cash reservoir by pumping the new Rs 200 notes into the system.

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PM Modi takes stock of flood-hit Gujarat, declares Rs 500 crore relief
PM Modi announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for next of kin of those killed in Gujarat floods.

Ghatkopar building collapse: 17 dead, 6 injured; man rescued after 15 hours
The building collapsed at 10:15 am yesterday. Rescue operations are still under way.

Srinagar police tried to stop NIA from flying arrested Kashmir separatists to Delhi
It was only after officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs intervened that the impasse at Srinagar airport ended.

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Disha Patani looks radiant in Manav Gangwani's couture at ICW 2017

Disha Patani looks radiant in Manav Gangwani's couture at ICW 2017New Delhi, July 26 (IANS) Young and vivacious Disha Patani added glamour to the Manav Gangwani's show at the India Couture Week (ICW) 2017 when she walked for the designer as a showstopper in black trousseau with 'maang tikka' adding drama to her looks. "I think 'Maang tikka' gave a different look to my personality and it also broke the monotony. Gangwani, who has styled the likes of Kangana Ranaut and many more, celebrated India with her line titled "India @ 70".



AI investigates operational negligence, de-rosters pilots

AI investigates operational negligence, de-rosters pilotsNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) National passenger carrier Air India on Tuesday said that it is investigating an incident of gross operational negligence on its Kolkata-Mumbai flight which had to land at Nagpur, as the aircraft's landing gear was not retracted after take-off. The incident is reported to have occurred on July 22 when the Kolkata-Mumbai flight ferrying around 100 passengers had to be diverted to Nagpur. The aircraft is said to have consumed most of its fuel, as the drag generated from the landing gear led to excessive fuel burn.



GST: CNG hiked by Rs 1.11 a kg, PNG by 33 paise a unit

GST: CNG hiked by Rs 1.11 a kg, PNG by 33 paise a unitNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) Following the roll-out of the GST, state-run Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL) hiked the price of CNG in Delhi by Rs 1.11 per kg, and of piped natural gas (PNG) to households by 33 paise per unit, effective Wednesday, to account for increase in tax under the pan-India indirect tax regime. In Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad, the revision would result in an increase in CNG of Rs 1.27 per kg.



India rejects OIC resolutions on Kashmir

India rejects OIC resolutions on KashmirNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) India on Tuesday said the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has no locus standi on the country's internal affairs after the 56-member body demanded that New Delhi implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement here, India said it "notes with utmost regret that the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), during its 44th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, on July 10-11, has again adopted certain resolutions which contain factually incorrect and misleading references to matters internal to India, including the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral part of India.



'Dropout Pvt Ltd' revolves around idea of entrepreneurship: Raghu Ram

'Dropout Pvt Ltd' revolves around idea of entrepreneurship: Raghu RamMumbai, July 25 (IANS) TV personality Raghu Ram, who is coming up with a new show titled "Dropout Pvt. Ltd.", says it will be revolving around the idea of entrepreneurship and business. The MTV show was launched hereon Tuesday.



CPI-M not to field Yechury for Rajya Sabha again

CPI-M not to field Yechury for Rajya Sabha againNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) The CPI-M's Central Committee on Tuesday decided that party General Secretary Sitaram Yechury will not be fielded again as a Rajya Sabha candidate from West Bengal, observing that the party could not take support from the Congress. "Sitaram Yechury will not be fielded as Rajya Sabha candidate. In fact, we can't field anybody else because we don't have the numbers and we don't want the support from the Congress as it is against our party line," said a party Politburo member on the condition of anonymity.



India rejects OIC statement on Kashmir

India rejects OIC statement on KashmirNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) India on Tuesday said the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has no locus standi on the country's internal affairs after the 56-member body demanded that New Delhi implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement here, India said it "notes with utmost regret that the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), during its 44th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, on July 10-11, has again adopted certain resolutions which contain factually incorrect and misleading references to matters internal to India, including the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral part of India.



Teacher booked for beating 13-year-old student

Teacher booked for beating 13-year-old studentNew Delhi, July 25 (IANS) A Delhi school teacher has been booked on the charge of beating up a 13-year-old schoolboy on Tuesday after he fought with another student, police said. Deputy Commissioner of Police Romil Baaniya said authorities of the school in Hazrat Nizamuddin in east Delhi had been informed and the accused teacher directed to join investigation. The case was registered after the Class VI student's parents filed a police complaint.



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Jethmalani quits as Kejriwal's lawyer, wants Rs 2 crore dues cleared
Ram Jethmalani has quit as chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's counsel in the civil and criminal defamation cases filed by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley against the CM.

Pak-based WhatsApp groups fuel J&K terror: NIA
NIA, during its analysis of social media activity of “habitual” Kashmiri stone-pelters as part of its J&K terror funding probe, found at least 28 WhatsApp groups whose creators, administrators and some members are based in Pakistan and include identified cadres of terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawah.

Terror funding: Separatist leader Shabir Shah held
In a late evening development, Jammu & Kashmir police on Tuesday arrested another separatist leader Shabir Ahmad Shah in connection with the alleged terror financing case on the instruction of the Enforcement Directorate, the official sources said.

'India firm on Doklam, but open to diplomacy'
India will remain “firm and resolute” on the ground or at the military level to thwart any attempt by China to “bully” Bhutan, while being “reasonable” at the politico-diplomatic level to resolve the ongoing troop stand-off with the PLA in Doklam, say sources.

Kargil Vijay Diwas: Unsung heroes
While all have heard of Anuj Nayyar, Vikram Batra and Yogender Yadav, a few heroes of the Kargil War, there were others whose raw courage and steely resolve gave India a decisive victory.

Nitish may act against Tejashwi before session
JD(U)-RJD ties have entered a tense terrain amid growing indications that Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is under pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having to defend or ignore the corruption charges against his deputy Tejashwi Yadav during the assembly session beginning on Friday.

Sweet makers find GST a tough nut to crack
Would it bother you if halwa were designated ‘jelly’, and dhokla ‘cake’? It is worrying mithai makers, though, as the goods and services tax (GST) has made taxation of sweets and savouries a minefield.

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Very Disappointed In Jeff Sessions, Decision Soon: Donald Trump
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions found himself in an increasingly untenable position Tuesday, as President Donald Trump once again publicly skewered his top law enforcement official, calling him...
Xiaomi Mi 5X Set to Launch Today With Android 7.0 Nougat-Based MIUI 9
Xiaomi Mi 5X, the company's latest variant of the venerable Xiaomi Mi 5, is set to launch in China on Wednesday.
Peace Returns To Andhra Village Facing Caste Unrest
Peace returned to Andhra Pradesh's Garagaparru village, where a dispute over installation of an Ambedkar statue had led to acrimony between Dalits and an upper caste group over the last three months.
Cardinal George Pell To Face Australia Court On Historical Sex Charges
Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell arrived at a court in his native Australia on Wednesday for his first appearance to face historical sex charges as the most senior Roman Catholic official to...
US Senate Advances Health Care Bill, Tough Debate Looms
Donald Trump's drive to abolish Obamacare scraped through a key Senate vote Tuesday, with John McCain coming to the US president's rescue in a dramatic return to Congress following cancer surgery.
Trump Ex-Campaign Manager Manafort Not Testifying Wednesday
A Senate committee investigating Russian election interference withdrew Tuesday its subpoena compelling President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort to testify, saying he has begun...
'Your Job To Get Laws Passed, Not Opposition's': PM Modi To BJP Lawmakers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his displeasure at lack of minimum attendance in the Rajya Sabha stalling work and told the ruling party lawmakers that it was their responsibility, and not...
PM Modi Pulls Up Party Lawmakers For Invalid Votes In Presidential Polls
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday reprimanded ruling party parliamentarians for the large number of invalid votes cast by them in last week's presidential elections though they had received a...
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12 killed, 11 injured as building collapses in Mumbai
Several people are feared trapped under the debris of the structure.

CPI-M's Yechury won't get third term in Rajya Sabha
The decision was taken keeping in mind the party norm that no CPI-M leader can represent the party in the Upper House for more than two terms.

Kohli and Co. keen to avenge embarrassing loss at Galle
India return to place from where journey to glory began.

Farewell Pranabda! India bids adieu to its 13th President
As Pranab Mukherjee steps down as President, we remember the man, the politician, the Rashtrapati.

Wow! Only black celebs featured on this calendar
Presenting the behind-the-scenes pics from the Pirelli Calendar 2018 shot by Tim Walker in London.

'I was bitten by a viper during Khatron Ke Khiladi shoot'
'I am not at peace. I am stressed.' I close my eyes for five minutes and start imagining rats and snakes.'

'Would like bowling to Kohli, Root, Smith...'
'India have a good bunch of fast bowlers.''Umesh is doing really well and so are Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ishant.'

Jio woes: Airtel Q1 net profit tanks 75% to Rs 367 crore
Average data usage on Airtel India network grew about three fold to 2611 megabyte (about 2.5 GB) per customer from 904 MB on YoY basis. But the average revenue from the data services per customer declined by 22.7 per cent during the period.

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India rejects Organisation of Islamic Cooperation`s resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, terms them `misleading`
India on Tuesday reacted strongly to OIC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir during its foreign ministers' meet recently.
Pak defence industrial base better than ours: Army vice chief
A top Army general on Tuesday said Pakistan has a better military industrial base and exports more defence equipment than India.
CPI(M)`s no to third Rajya Sabha term for Sitaram Yechury
The central committee of the CPI (M), its highest decision-making body, on Tuesday decided against nominating party general secretary Sitaram Yechury for a third consecutive Rajya Sabha term, a top leader said.
CJI Khehar recommends Justice Dipak Misra as his successor
Chief Justice of India JS Khehar has named Justice Dipak Misra as his successor.
India should `conscientiously withdraw` to end Doklam standoff: China
India has said the "unilateral" Chinese action to change the status quo near the Bhutan trijunction poses a challenge to India's security.
Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia offers to quit Lok Sabha if allegations by BJP MPs are proved
Jyotiraditya Scindia on Tuesday offered to quit the Lok Sabha if allegations by some BJP MPs that he was "anti-Dalit" were proved.
Jailed ex-HC judge CS?Karnan seeks remission of jail term from new President Ram Nath Kovind
Former Calcutta High Court judge Justice C.S. Karnan, guilty of contempt of court, has made a representation before newly-elected President Ram Nath Kovind seeking remission of his jail term.
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Independence Day 7/4/2017 USA
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Wed Jul 26 2017  Australian Dollar 47.9386
Wed Jul 26 2017  British Pound Sterling 82.9876
Wed Jul 26 2017  Canadian Dollar 47.7555
Wed Jul 26 2017  European Euro 72.6744
Wed Jul 26 2017  United States Dollar 64.3915

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Gold edges up; Fed meeting in focus
Gold prices edged higher on Tuesday, after hitting a one-month high in the previous session, buoyed by political uncertainty in the United States, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve meeting for...

Silver futures rise to Rs 38,788 per kg
Silver prices rose Rs 63 to Rs 38,788 per kg at the futures trade on speculative buying due to firm global prices. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver for delivery in far-month December was tra...

Gold futures up at Rs 28,553 on firm global cues
Gold prices rose Rs 37 to Rs 28,553 per 10 grams at the futures trade as speculators raised their bets amid a firm trend overseas. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, gold for delivery in August rose ...

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Sunanda Pushkar case: Delhi HC issues notice to Delhi Police, Subramanian Swamy

Sunanda Pushkar case: Delhi HC issues notice to Delhi Police, Subramanian SwamyNew Delhi [India], July 24 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Monday issued a notice to the Delhi Police and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy over the plea of Sunanda Pushkar's son Shiv Menon, who sought to be party to Swamy's Public Interest Litigation (PIL). Earlier in the week, after Menon questioned Swamy's locus standing in filing a plea in his mother's death case, the latter said the court would take the decision regarding it.



7th CPC (Pay Commission) Latest News: Delay in Allowances Affects 48 Lakh Government Employees As Many Unable to Pay House Rents, Insurance Premiums, Vehicle Loans, Tuition Fees of Children on Time

7th CPC (Pay Commission) Latest News: Delay in Allowances Affects 48 Lakh Government Employees As Many Unable to Pay House Rents, Insurance Premiums, Vehicle Loans, Tuition Fees of Children on TimeThis time the Pay Commission slashed down the House Rent Allowance (HRA), which constitutes a substantial part of central government employees' salaries.



British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth wins his third major title following a roller-coaster final round

British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth wins his third major title following a roller-coaster final roundJordan Spieth won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday by three shots from fellow American Matt Kuchar after a dramatic final round.



President Mukherjee to address nation today on eve of demitting office

President Mukherjee to address nation today on eve of demitting office24 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee will address the nation today on the eve of demitting office. In a grand ceremony yesterday, Parliamentarians from both the Houses - Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha - gathered at the Central Hall to bid farewell to the outgoing Raisina Hill occupant. Overwhelmed with the ceremony, President Mukherjee thanked everybody present in the Hall, most particularly the Parliament for 'creating' him and spoke about his warm association with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while also lauding him for various "transformational changes." "If I claim I am the creation of this Parliament, perhaps it will not be treated as immodesty.



SP demands strict action against Aurangabad DM for 'toilet-wife' statement

SP demands strict action against Aurangabad DM for 'toilet-wife' statementThe Samajwadi Party on Monday demanded a strict action against Bihar's Aurangabad District Magistrate (DM) Kanwal Tanuj, who stated those who cannot afford a toilet, should sell off their wives. Yesterday, the Aurangabad DM said that those who cannot build a toilet for their wives should sell them.



Audi Mows Down Man Crossing Road to Feed Homeless in Delhi

Audi Mows Down Man Crossing Road to Feed Homeless in DelhiThe incident occurred around 11pm when Manoj Yadav, who used to work in a juice shop, was crossing the road.



'Just want to go home': German teenager who joined ISIS

'Just want to go home': German teenager who joined ISIS24 (ANI): A German teenager, who is suspected to have joined ISIS, has now expressed deep regret for her actions and wants to return to her family. Qutoting Der Spiegel magazine, the Guardian reports that four German women who joined ISIS recently, including a 16-year-old girl, are being held in an Iraqi prison and given consular assistance. Lorenz Haase, senior public prosecutor in Dresden, confirmed that the teenager, Linda Wenzel, had been "located and identified in Iraq" and was receiving consular support.



Shooting at Israeli Embassy in Jordan Capital Amman, 2 Dead: Reports

Shooting at Israeli Embassy in Jordan Capital Amman, 2 Dead: ReportsA shooting incident at the Israeli Embassy in Jordan's capital Amman left two people dead and one injured on Sunday. According to reports, the security forces have cordoned off the premises of the embassy and the area around it.



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US Senate votes to begin debating Obamacare repeal
The Republican-majority Senate voted by a slim 51-50 vote margin yesterday, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking the tie, to start deliberations on The American Health Care Act.

Govt contractors put off strike till August 5
Decision comes after govt assures it will raise issue of lowering tax on works contract in GST Council meeting on August 5

Violence at VIVO plant after 60 workers sacked
According to an official of World Trade Centre commercial complex, where the VIVO factory is situated, the company had asked its employees to leave after lunch as they did not have much work

65-year-old comes home early, only to meet her end
Ranjana Shah along with her family stayed in an apartment on the fourth floor of the building

Husband must provide for his wife and child, says court
The court made this remark after hearing a husband's plea that he could not afford to pay Rs 3,000 per month to his wife as maintenance

Mumbai | Is Sunil Shitap the one behind Ghatkopar building collapse?
Shitap may not have been an official Sena member himself, but he helped the party in its activities at the local level

Probe assured in CIDCO land allotment scam
Minister of state for Urban Development Dr Ranjit Patil assured the House that an inquiry would be conducted in the delay.

DNA Money Edit: For bulls, India's improved GDP growth will be a booster shot
India's economic growth is slowly gaining pace after a slow-paced year that has given the market another shot in the arm

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'Your Job To Get Laws Passed, Not Opposition's': PM Modi To BJP Lawmakers - NDTV

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'Your Job To Get Laws Passed, Not Opposition's': PM Modi To BJP Lawmakers
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PM Modi - who has underlined the importance for party legislators to ensure their presence in parliament through the day on several occasions - told lawmakers that he would not tolerate their absence again. All India | Written by Akhilesh Sharma ...
Keep the nationalistic fervour alive: PM Modi tells party MPsThe Indian Express
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Ram Nath Kovind's swearing-in a significant milestone: PM Narendra ModiEconomic Times
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NIA probe unearths how Pakistan-based groups use WhatsApp to fuel terror in Kashmir - Economic Times

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NIA probe unearths how Pakistan-based groups use WhatsApp to fuel terror in Kashmir
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NEW DELHI: NIA, while analysing social media activity of “habitual” Kashmiri stone-pelters as part of its J&K terror funding probe, found at least 28 WhatsApp groups whose creators, administrators and some members are based in Pakistan and include ...
NIA identifies 48 mob-handlers who disrupted anti-terror ops in ValleyDaily News & Analysis
Stone-pelting incidents: Pakistan-based JuD using WhatsApp to foment trouble in KashmirZee News
Court Allows NIA To Quiz Syed Ali Shah Geelani's Son-In-Law, Others For 10 DaysNDTV
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Open to talks with China but won't quit Doklam: Sources - Economic Times

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Open to talks with China but won't quit Doklam: Sources
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NEW DELHI: India will remain “firm and resolute” on the ground or at the military level to thwart any attempt by China to “bully” Bhutan, while being “reasonable” at the politico-diplomatic level to resolve the ongoing troop stand-off with the People's ...
Now China's Foreign Minister steps in: India must pull backThe Indian Express
What to expect from NSA Ajit Doval's China visit?Oneindia
China accuses India of 'abusing' trade remedy measures ahead of Nirmala Sitharaman's visitFirstpost
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'Achhe din' are here for the President Ram Nath Kovind's village - Daily News & Analysis

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'Achhe din' are here for the President Ram Nath Kovind's village
Daily News & Analysis
Hours before Ram Nath Kovind was sworn in as India's 14th President at a grand ceremony held in the national Capital, the Yogi Adityanath government swung into action and announed a bunch of infrastructure and development projects for the President's ...
Diversity is key to India's success: KovindThe Hindu
Nation not built by govt alone but by each citizen: President KovindThe Indian Express
India of the 21st century must combine tradition & technology: KovindTimes of India
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Nitish may act against Lalu's son Tejashwi before assembly session - Times of India

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Nitish may act against Lalu's son Tejashwi before assembly session
Times of India
PATNA: JD(U)-RJD ties have entered a tense terrain amid growing indications that Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is under pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having to defend or ignore the corruption charges against his deputy Tejashwi Yadav ...
Nitish Kumar, Lalu To Meet Legislators Today, Likely To Spell Out StandNDTV
Amid alliance crisis, RJD legislators meet todayThe Indian Express
Performance of alliance collective responsibility: CM Nitish Kumar amid Bihar uneaseHindustan Times
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CPM strikes down third term for Yechury in Rajya Sabha - Times of India

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CPM strikes down third term for Yechury in Rajya Sabha
Times of India
NEW DELHI: CPM's central committee, the highest decision-making body of the party, has struck down a third-term in Rajya Sabha for its general secretary Sitaram Yechury whose second term is due to end on August 28. With no alternative name proposed ...
No third Rajya Sabha term for Sitaram Yechury, says CPMThe Indian Express
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In Some Countries, Women Get Days Off for Period Pain
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Heng on the Threat to a Secular India
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, intolerance that threatens the secularism crucial democracy in India has been unleashed.

England Beats India for Women’s Cricket World Cup. The Sport Is the Big Winner.
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India Picks Ram Nath Kovind, of Caste Once Called ‘Untouchables,’ as President
Mr. Kovind was selected by the governing Bharatiya Janata Party, which wants to broaden Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s coalition.

‘Ants Among Elephants,’ a Memoir About the Persistence of Caste
Sujatha Gidla, who was born an untouchable in India but moved to the United States at 26, recounts how ancient prejudices persist today.

In South Asian Social Castes, a Living Lab for Genetic Disease
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India sufficiently equipped to defend itself, says Arun Jaitley
Chinese Foreign Minister addresses the standoff for first time, says India must withdraw; State media calls NSA Doval ‘main schemer’ ahead of his Beijing visit
Mamata Banerjee briefs Rajnath on security situation in Darjeeling
The home minister assured Banerjee of full cooperation and asked her to take all necessary steps to restore normalcy in Darjeeling, the official said.
Offences of religious, racial enmity rose by 41 per cent in three years: Government
The number of offences promoting enmity on communal and racial lines .have gone up by 41 per cent in the country in the last three years
Steps taken to ensure border concerns adequately addressed: Government
On reported incursions by Chinese troops in Ladakh and the Northeast, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre said there have been no such instances.
CJI Khehar recommends Justice Dipak Misra as his successor
Setting the ball rolling for the appointment of the next Chief Justice of India, current incumbent J S Khehar has named Justice Dipak Misra as his successor.
Manju Shette case: Six women Byculla jail officials seek bail
In the bail application filed through their lawyer Pankaj Bafna, the arrested officials contended that they need bail as they have small children to look after.
Rajasthan class ten textbook claims Akbar did not win Haldighati battle
There are certain factors which bring the result of the battle in favour of Pratap, the Rajput king of Mewar, the writer of the chapter, Chandrashekhar Sharma, claims.
Five High Courts recommend 35 names for appointment as judges
According to established practice, the high courts send their recommendations to the union law ministry which forwards it to the Supreme court collegium after carrying out background checks.
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Man ‘confesses’ to killing siblings, surrenders
Bodies of the two boys retrieved from canal
Heli-tourism comes to State
Initial services will be introduced in Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati
RPF arrests four on cheating charge
Two of them are railway employees
Curfew-like situation in Kirlampudi, Konaseema
March past by Rapid Action Force, Armed Reserve police in Kirlampudi
Budgetary allocation for education should go up to 10 %: AIMSS
The budgetary allocation for education need to be enhanced to a minimum of 10 % of the total budget to ensure quality education to all, especially women, said All India Mahila Samskrutik Sanghatan (AI...
Congress, YSRCP working against Polavaram: CM
Naidu takes up pending issues with the Centre
Mudragada will be arrested if he comes out of his house, says DGP
Stern action against perpetrators of violence, he warns
‘Loan without bank linkage likely’
Allocation increased to ?600 crore

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