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Jharkhand exit poll: BJP-AJSU may get 37-43 seats, JVM 12-16, JMM 10-14, Congress 4-6
The Axis APM exit poll predicts the BJP-AJSU Party alliance is likely to get a simple majority in Jharkhand Assembly elections. According to its findings, the BJP-AJSU alliance is expected to get 37-43 seats in the 81-member state assembly.


I provided electricity but Narendra Modi reaped votes: Nitish Kumar
Senior Janata Dal United leader Nitish Kumar on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi played smart by reaping benefits of hard work Kumar had done in enhancing electricity supply in Bihar.


Jharkhand polls: Final phase sees 70 per cent voter turnout
Sixteen constituencies voted on Saturday in the final phase. Of the 16 seats, seven were reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST).


J&K polls: 76 per cent voter turnout recorded in the final phase
The fifth and final phase of Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir ended peacefully on Saturday, with nearly 76 per cent of the voters casting their ballot in 20 constituencies, officials said.


After Mauritius, India to export warships to Sri Lanka
Kolkata-based GRSE has built 92 warships for the Indian Navy and the Coast Guard since inception.


Government to compensate states for revenue losses from new GST
Arun Jaitley told reporters that petroleum products would be part of the new GST.


Snapshot: Amitabh Bachchan meets PM Modi
Bollywood veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.


J&K: Soldiers vote to 'guard' democracy even after hanging uniforms
Retired servicemen, who had fought Indo-Pak wars in this border constituency of Jammu and Kashmir, on Saturday braved the winter chill for their "national duty" to caste votes and strengthen democracy in the state, in their bid to counter the ongoing Pakistan-sponsored proxy war.


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Appeal against Mumbai suspect bail
A Pakistani government prosecutor says he is challenging the bail granted to a man accused of being behind the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

India's Kerala dilutes alcohol ban
Authorities in the southern Indian state of Kerala announce plans to dilute their earlier decision to ban the sale and consumption of alcohol to attract tourists and protect jobs.

Smith ton leaves Test finely poised
Captain Steve Smith's second century in two Tests helps Australia open up a slender lead over India in Brisbane.

Indian media: 'Outrage' over Lakhvi's bail
Papers are shocked at a Pakistani court's decision to grant bail to a man India accuses of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Gandhi in hospital after infection
Leader of India's main opposition Congress party Sonia Gandhi is admitted to a hospital for treatment of an infection.

India launches its heaviest rocket
India successfully launches its largest rocket yet and an unmanned capsule capable of sending astronauts into space.

India tribals end 'standing protest'
Tribespeople in the southern Indian state of Kerala end a 'standing protest' after the government accedes to their demands

In pictures: India's dying printing tradition
The centuries' old system of letterpress printing - involving arranging letters by hand and printing on treadle machines - is being kept alive in the Indian city of Calcutta.

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Exit polls: BJP wins Jharkhand big, neck-to-neck with PDP in J&K
Two exit polls predicted a huge win for the BJP in Jharkhand on Saturday. The saffron party was projected to make impressive gains in Jammu and Kashmir as well.  BJP + was predicted to win 52 seats in Jharkhand, Cong+9, JMM 10, JVM+ 6, according to an ABP News-Nielsen prediction.  The C-Voter predicted BJP to get 27-33 seats, Cong 4-10 seats, NC 8-14, PDP 32-38, Others 2-8 in J&K (87 seats).  The five-phase assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand ended on Saturday with an impressive voter turnout.

Jammu and Kashmir records highest turnout, Jharkhand breaks records
Jammu and Kashmir registered its highest turn-out in assembly elections in the last 25 years with an estimated 65 percent of voters casting their votes, as the fifth and final phase of polling ended today.Jharkhand, which also went to the polls along with J and K, broke all previous polling records to witness over 66 percent of turn-out in the five phases, bettering the previous mark of 54.2 percent in the 2004 assembly poll.Terming the overall polling percentage in J and K as "historic and unprecedented", Deputy Election Commissioner Vinod Zutshi said the fifth and final phase of polling in t

China tests 12,000 km ICBM with multiple warheads
China has conducted the most comprehensive test of a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile which can hit targets as far as 12,000 kilometres, bringing all of the US under its range.The People's Liberation Army (PLA) conducted the full test of the missile, DF-41, involving multiple, independently targetable re-entry vehicles on December 13, said the Washington Free Beacon which has earlier accurately reported about Chinese missiles tests.The missile has an estimated range of 12,000 kilometres and can carry up to 10 warheads, which separates from the rocket during the final stage of

Lakhvi not released, now show progress on Samjhauta Express blast: Sartaj Aziz
Sartaj Aziz, the Pakistani prime minister's advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs, said Saturday that Zaki-ur Rahman Lakhvi, the alleged mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, has not been released and that India should also show progress over the trial into the Samjhauta Express blast.Aziz said in a statement that Lakhvi has not been released and the government is reviewing a petition regarding his case.He also expressed hope that India would show significant progress regarding the Samjhauta Express trial.The Samjhauta Express blast that took place in the Delhi-Lahore train

If you don't like conversion, bring law against it: Bhagwat
Strongly defending the current controversial campaign of the Sangh Parivar, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat dared the opposition to support a law banning religious conversions.He also asked the other minorities not to convert Hindus if they also do not want to come back to Hinduism. "We are trying to create a strong Hindu society. Those who have strayed, they have not gone on their own. They have been allured and have been forcibly taken away. When the thief is being caught and my property has been recovered, when I am taking back my own property, what is new in it?" Bhagwat wondered at a Hindu sammel

Malaysian IS fighters taking bank loans to fund journey:report
Malaysians heading for Syria and Iraq to fight for the dreaded Islamic State have been taking out bank loans to fund their journey and lifestyle there, according to police.Investigation papers on at least five IS sympathisers, who were stopped from travelling there, showed that they had not only disposed of most of their properties, but had also applied for loans, some up to more than Rs 20 lakh, New Straits Times quoted police sources as saying.A 30-year-old man, who was arrested at the international airport here, had taken a loan, quit his job and had begun his trip. Brunei and India were su

Defamation case: Court imposes Rs 10K cost on Nitin Gadkari
A Delhi court today imposed a cost of Rs 10,000 on Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for his failure to comply with its order in a criminal defamation case filed by him against former Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Gomati Manocha observed that Gadkari had not complied with the court's order regarding filing of an affidavit three days before the scheduled hearing today.The court said the affidavit was to be supplied to Kejriwal's counsel three days in advance but the same was done today only."In these circumstances, one last and final opportunity is being given to

Govt takes disciplinary, administrative action against Khobragade
A disciplinary as well as an administrative action of "compulsory wait" has been taken against diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who had hit the headlines last year after she was arrested in the US in a visa fraud case, even as the foreign service officer remained defiant that she has not done anything wrong.It is understood that a departmental inquiry into 40- year-old diplomat acquiring US passports for her children without informing the ministry has been concluded and has found that her action was "violative of conduct rules" leading to a disciplinary action has been taken. However, the nature o

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Exit poll live: Majority for BJP in Jharkhand, no clear winner in J&K
The ABP-Nielsen exit poll predicts majority for BJP in Jharkhand. The CVoter exit poll says that PDP will be single-largest party in J&K.

Exit poll: BJP in Jharkhand, hung house in J&K
Exit polls results have started coming in for the Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand assembly elections after voting ended in the two states today.

Pak bombards tribal areas, kills 119 militants
Unchastened by criticism from all corners of the globe, the Taliban threatened earlier on Friday to kill more children if executions were carried out as promised.

No veg dish: Ishant leaves Gabba at lunch
Indian team's relations with CA is turning sour as Ishant Sharma left the Gabba at lunch on the third day, after finding that there was no vegetarian preparation in the menu.

Defamation: Rs 10,000 fine slapped on Gadkari
A Delhi court on Saturday imposed a cost of Rs 10,000 on Union minister Nitin Gadkari for his failure to comply with its order in a criminal defamation case filed by him against former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

BJP against forcible conversions: Amit Shah
BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday said his party was against forcible conversions and asked other political parties in the country to support a bill in this regard if they were 'sincere' in their approach to secularism.

Australia: Mother held for murder of 8 children
Australian police said on Saturday they had arrested the mother of most of eight children reportedly stabbed to death in the northern city of Cairns, as vigils were held to mourn the tragedy.

Woman makes retired man's MMS in Meerut
Meerut SSP Onkar Singh told TOI he knew about the case. "After listening to his woes, I have asked Nauchandi police station to look into the matter and file an FIR," he said on Friday.

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Longdelayed elections kick off in Ebolahit Liberia
Liberians began voting Saturday in muchdelayed elections to fill half the seats of the Senate in the Ebolaravaged west African country
Yearend high Flipkart announces 700 million investment
Flipkart Indias largest ecommerce marketplace on Saturday announced a US 700 million Rs 4434 crore investment even as 2014 the year that has seen huge fund flow into Indias rising consumer internet industry is about to end
AP Student throws acid on lecturer for denying marriage
A post graduate student allegedly threw acid on her former lecturer outside a government polytechnic college at Nallapadu in Guntur district on Saturday apparently to take revenge from him for reneging on his promise to marry her
Yet another Microsoft exec makes sexist remark
Blowing up aliens in a video game isnt really very womanly thinks Microsoft This sexist slipup comes only a few months after the CEO told women to trust karma for getting a raise Why do companies never learn
Obama signs massive defence budget 1 bn to Pak
President Barack Obama has signed a massive annual defence policy bill which grants 1 billion to Pakistan for the expenses made by its army in support of the US military operations in wartorn Afghanistan
Dhoni complains against umpiring says 5050 calls not going Indias way
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the 5050 decisions are not going Indias way after his team fell behind 20 in the series against Australia at the Gabba on Saturday
Bhagwat says conversions will continue Amit Shah bats for anticonversion law
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and BJP president Amit Shah pitched for an anticonversion law at a time the Modi government is facing opposition heat over the issue
JK Sarpanch shot dead by suspected militants
Suspected militants on Saturday shot dead a sarpanch in Sopore township of north Kashmirs Baramulla district
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Jammu and Kashmir Registers Highest Voter Turnout in 25 Years, Jharkhand Breaks Records
Jammu and Kashmir registered its highest voter turn-out in assembly elections in the last 25 years with an estimated 65 per cent of voters casting their votes, as the fifth and final phase of polling ...
Sarpanch Shot Dead By Suspected Terrorists in North Kashmir's Sopore
A village sarpanch was shot dead by suspected terrorists in Sopore area of Jammu and Kashmir today.
Four Workers Die Inside Petrochemical Factory Premises in Assam
Four workers died today at the Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) in Dibrugarh district of Assam while there were working inside a polypropylene storage tank inside the factory premises.
Severe Cold Wave Intensifies in Parts of North India
A cold wave has intensified its grip in several parts of north India, affecting states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana.
Over 70 Per Cent Polling in Final Phase of Jharkhand Elections
Polling in the 16 constituencies of Jharkhand today ended with 70.42 per cent of the electorate exercising their franchise in the fifth and final phase of elections to the 81-member state assembly as ...
Sonia Gandhi Feeling Better, Will Remain Under Observation: Doctors
Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who has been hospitalized for lower respiratory tract infection, is feeling better but will remain under observation.
"Selfie with Mufflerman" By AAP To Raise Funds For Delhi Polls
Karnataka unit of Aam Admi Party today announced the launch of a new fund raising campaign called "Selfie with Mufflerman" to collect donations for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections.
No Question of Resigning: Devyani Khobragade to NDTV After Losing Her Post
Diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who was reportedly stripped of her duties over unauthorised statements to the media, told NDTV today there was no question of resigning from her post.
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Jaitley urges India Inc to build public opinion for GST bill
New Delhi, Dec 20 (IANS) A day after the government tabled the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in the Lok Sabha, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Saturday urged industries to build public opinion in states for passing the law on reforming India's indirect tax system.

Gadkari calls upon industry to invest in development of Inland Waterways
New Delhi, Dec. 20 (ANI): Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the industry to invest in the development of Inland Waterways in the country.

Kejriwal takes on BJP, promises to help evicted slum dwellers
New Delhi, Dec. 20 (ANI): Criticizing the ruling BJP at the Centre for destroying thousands of huts in the national capital's Wazirpur industrial area, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that his party will make sure that the evicted slum dwellers get to lead a respectful life.

Jaitley inaugurates multimedia exhibition on former PM Vajpayee
New Delhi, Dec. 20 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the multimedia exhibition mounted by DAVP on former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee would serve as an inspiration and learning to people in understanding the life and contributions of the latter as a politician, statesman and poet.

Congress pulls up Bhagwat for demanding law to ban religious conversions
New Delhi, Dec. 20 (ANI): The Congress party on Saturday lashed out at Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat after he pitched for anti-conversion law, saying such a medieval mindset should be removed from mainstream of the country's political ethos.

Sonia Gandhi stable, recovering well, say doctors
New Delhi, Dec. 19 (ANI): The chairman of Board of Management at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Dr. Ajay Swaroop, on Saturday said that Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who has been hospitalised for lower respiratory tract infection, is feeling much better and will recover soon.

Uttam Khobragade defends daughter, says Devyani didn't violate service rules
Mumbai, Dec. 20 (ANI): Asserting that freedom of expression is a fundamental right guaranteed by the Indian Constitution, Devyani Khobragade's father Uttam Khobragade on Saturday defended his daughter stating that she did not violate any service rules by speaking to the media.

Congress trying to divert attention from Vadra issue, says BJP
New Delhi, Dec. 20 (ANI): With several papers of the file pertaining to deals between Robert Vadra and DLF missing, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday alleged that the Congress was trying to divert people's attention from the issue.

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PDP may fall short of majority in J&K, BJP in sight of power in Jharkhand, says India TV-CVoter exit poll
PDP may fall short of majority in J&K, BJP in sight of power in Jharkhand, says India TV-CVoter exit poll New Delhi: Mehbooba Mufti-led People's Democratic Party is going to emerge as the single largest party in Jammu & Kashmir, while the BJP  may become the second largest party, says the India TV-CVoter exit poll, results of which were released soon after the fifth and last phase of polling was over today.In Jharkhand, the BJP is in sight of coming to power with a projected range of 37 to 45 seats in a House of 81. The magic number is 41.  JAMMU & KASHMIR:In  Jammu and Kashmir, the PDP is projected to win within a range of 32-38 seats in a House of 87, says the exit poll.  The BJP, which was contesting under the l

J&K records over 65% polling while Jharkhand registers more than 70% voting in final phase of assembly polls
J&K records over 65% polling while Jharkhand registers more than 70% voting in final phase of assembly polls New Delhi: Polling for fifth and last phase of assembly elections has come to an end in Jharkhand. The state witnessed a huge turnout of 70.42% across 16 assembly constituencies that went to polls today.Polling picked up in Jammu and Kashmir by noon and the state  has recorded over 65 percent polling in the fifth and final phase of assembly elections."Polling ended peacefully in all the 20 constituencies of Jammu, Rajouri and Kathua districts at 4 p.m. today (Saturday)," said an Election Commission official.Initial figures indicated that 65 percent voters turned up to exercise their franchise till the voting process end

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat defends 'homecoming', says Pakistan is Bharat Bhoomi
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat defends 'homecoming', says Pakistan is Bharat Bhoomi Kolkata: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat today publicly defended incidents of 'homecoming' (gharvapasi) of people from other religions to Hinduism and described neighbouring country Pakistan as part of Bharat Bhoomi (land of Bharat).Addressing the Vishal Vishwa Hindu Sammelan here, the RSS supremo said, "we will bring back (to the Hindu fold), those who strayed away from our religion. If some people do not like it, then let a law be enacted."We are not out convert anybody or change anybody's religion, but if Hindus do not bring about change, then Hinduism will never u

Sonia Gandhi feeling better, Gangaram Hospital says, speculations about health false, unwarranted
Sonia Gandhi feeling better, Gangaram Hospital says, speculations about health false, unwarranted New Delhi: Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Saturday held a press conference to release the health bulletin on Congress President Sonia Gandhi.The health bulletin reads: "Congress President Mrs Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on Thursday evening with lower respiratory tract infection and some breathing difficulty for treatment and observation."Mrs Gandhi is felling better and her condition is improving. Her medications will continue and she will remain under observation", the health bulletin said, quoting Dr Ajay Swaroop, chairman (officiating), board of management, of the hospital.Dr Swaroop cl

Horrific pics: ISIS amputates man's hand for theft, whips 3 for drinking, publicly crucifies a spy
Horrific pics: ISIS amputates man's hand for theft, whips 3 for drinking, publicly crucifies a spy New Delhi: In pictures that could send shivers down the spines of people in civilized nations, the Islamic State (ISIS), occupying a large swathe of territory in Syria and Iraq, has publicly amputated the hand of a thief, whipped three persons for drinking alcohol, and crucified a spy who was allegedly planting microchips outside government buildings.The amputation took place after Friday prayers in the city of Al-Bab in Aleppo province of Syria, presently occupied by ISIS militants.READ MORE: Tehrik-e-Taliban now threatens to kill children of Pakistani politiciansEarlier, a kangaroo court of the Islamic State sentenced these people u

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'Quite a few 50-50 calls where we have been on the receiving end'
Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels 50-50 decisions are going against his team in the ongoing Test series against Australia but remains adamant that having the controversial Decision Review System would not have helped.

Review: PK is a triumph and Aamir soars high
PK is no satire -- it's a bit too toothless for that -- but it is a rollicking mainstream entertainer with ambition to evoke some introspection, says Raja Sen.

Battleground Rajya Sabha!
It is not in the Lok Sabha, where the BJP has a clear majority, but the Rajya Sabha that the Opposition has ganged up to checkmate Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plans.

Dhawan cancelled hospital trip to resume his innings
Dhawan was forced to cancel a trip to hospital for X-Rays on the injury and returned to the middle to resume his innings.

In PHOTOS: The moments that defined 2014
From the Syrian civil war to the Ukrainian crisis to the terror unleashed by the dreaded Islamic State, there was no lack of news in 2014. Rediff.com presents a selection of the year's most enduring moments year from around the world.

5 reasons behind SpiceJet's downfall
Though SpiceJet is likely to resume flights, experts have a doubt on the airline's financial capabilities.

Travel 2015: So many places, so little time!
In a first of a 12-part series, we list out all the places you should visit and all the festivals you should celebrate through the New Year!

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Key Suspect in 2008 Mumbai Attacks Granted Bail
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a militant commander behind the blitz of attacks in India that left 166 people dead, was granted a release on a bond of about $5,000, prompting protests from Indian officials.

New Captain for Australia May Not Have Interim Tag for Long
Michael Clarke is injured once again, so Steve Smith will fill in as captain for Australia's second test against India, and he could be in that role for a while.

Pictures of the Day — Dec. 16, 2014
Photos from Pakistan, Australia, Sierra Leone and India.

In Climate Talks, Soft is the New Hard - and That's a Good Thing
Why the soft approach in the Lima climate talks is the only approach.

Elections in Kashmir Draw Long Lines of Voters
Voters in Srinagar said they wanted to blunt the influence of the party led by India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi.

Online Trail Leads to Arrest of Indian as Man Behind Posts Backing the Islamic State
As the police closed in on him, Mehdi Masroor Biswas gave a panicky interview to an Indian newspaper saying that his comments in interviews with Channel 4 had been misconstrued and that his email had been hacked.

A Global Gauge Finds Progress Against Poverty
The number of people worldwide who are living in extreme poverty has been declining sharply, partly attributable to rising incomes in India and China.

Let India Make Cheap Drugs
America is pushing for India’s patent laws to be restructured to favor Big Pharma — at the expense of the poor.

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Apple Responds To BBC Panorama's Portrayal Of Supplier Conditions - TechCrunch

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Apple Responds To BBC Panorama's Portrayal Of Supplier Conditions
TechCrunch
Apple was the subject of a recent investigative report by BBC's Panorama program, which presented as part of its findings various instances where suppliers of the Mac maker violated Apple's own stated standards for its partners. The breaches reported ...
Apple v BBC: Fruity firm hits back over Panorama dramaThe Register
Apple 'deeply offended' by BBC report claiming poor working conditionsLos Angeles Times
Apple Responds To BBC On Conditions At Asian iPhone SuppliersNPR (blog)
BBC News -Fortune
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BJP is against forcible conversion, says Amit Shah

Srinagar: BJP chief Amit Shah addresses a rally in Jawahar Nagar of Srinagar on Dec 11, 2014. (Photo: IANS)The BJP president said that the party is against forceful conversions and urged the opposition to support an anti-conversion legislation if they are committed to secularism.



Devyani Khobragade stripped of her duties

devyaniCongress leader Manish Tewari on Saturday criticized the BJP-led NDA Government for stripping diplomat Devyani Khobragade of her duties as director in the Partnership Development Division, saying it exposes the Centre's double speak.



Umar Mansoor: The man who orchestrated Peshawar killings

A man places a rose after lighting candles in front of portraits of the victims of the Taliban attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, during a candlelight vigil in LahoreThe most hated man in Pakistan is a 36-year-old father of three and volleyball enthusiast nicknamed "Slim".



North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with US

Man looks at Sony Corp's products at an electronics store in TokyoNorth Korea said US accusations that it was involved in a cyberattack on Sony Pictures were "groundless slander" and that it was wanted a joint investigation into the incident with the United States.



26/11 mastermind Lakhvi to remain in jail for 3 more months

LakhviThe detention oreder was handed over to Adiala Jail superintendent before Lakhvi's counsel could show his bail order to jail authorities.



Pages missing from Vadra-DLF land deal case file

Priyanka Gandhi seeks withdrawal of her special security at airportsTwo pages of a file containing the land case of Robert Vadra and DLF are missing from government records.



BJP suspends abusive MLA who threatened health officer

BJPThe Rajasthan police has registered an FIR against him under various sections of the Indian Penal Code for intimidating and threatening the officer over the phone.



Security at Tihar jail beefed up after terror attack threat

tiharThe Delhi cops are already on a high alert following the Home Ministry’s advisory that the Lashkar-e-Taiba was planning an attack on Delhi.



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BJP is only political party that opposes forceful conversion, says Amit Shah - Firstpost

Firstpost

BJP is only political party that opposes forceful conversion, says Amit Shah
Firstpost
Kochi: As the NDA Government continued to face opposition heat over the conversion issue, BJP President Amit Shah today pitched for an anti-conversion law in the country and wanted the 'so called secular' political parties to support such a measure in ...
Amit Shah arrives in Chennai, to address rally in Maraimalar Nagar near ChennaiTimes of India
BJP pitches for anti-conversion lawLivemint
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat supports Amit Shah's view on religion conversionIndia.com
Zee News -indiablooms
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Fifth phase: High voter turnout in JK, Jharkhand - Hindustan Times

The Hindu

Fifth phase: High voter turnout in JK, Jharkhand
Hindustan Times
Undeterred by the cold winter, voters turned out in large numbers in most of the constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand that went to polls in the fifth and final phase of polls on Saturday. Undeterred by the threat of firing from across the border ...
Exit polls live: Mood for change in J&K, but not in favour of BJP, reveals CSDS ...Firstpost
Jammu and Kashmir Registers Highest Voter Turnout in 25 Years, Jharkhand ...NDTV
Jharkhand exit poll: BJP-AJSU may get 37-43 seats, JVM 12-16, JMM 10-14 ...IBNLive
India Today -Deccan Herald -India.com
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Devyani did not violate conduct rules: father - The Hindu

The Hindu

Devyani did not violate conduct rules: father
The Hindu
Former IAS officer Uttam Khobragade on Saturday came out strongly in defence of his daughter, diplomat Devyani Khobragade, contending that she “did not violate any of the conduct rules” and suggested that there could be a “hidden agenda” behind her ...
Devyani Khobragade stripped of her dutiesBusiness Standard
Devyani Khobragade faces action over children's passport, says won't quitFirstpost
Govt takes disciplinary action against KhobragadePress Trust of India
ANINEWS -Newstrack India
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When superstar Amitabh Bachchan met Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi - Oneindia

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When superstar Amitabh Bachchan met Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi
Oneindia
New Delhi, Dec 20: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital on Saturday. "Shri Amitabh Bachchan met the Prime Minister," read a post on the Twitter handle @PMOIndia, along with a photograph of the ...
BJP distances itself from religious conversionsReuters India
Amitabh Bachchan meets PM Narendra Modi in capitalThe Indian Express
Amitabh Bachchan meets PM Modi in capitalTimes of India
IBNLive -Daily Mail -Firstpost
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Jharkhand records 70%, J&K 65% polling in final phase of Assembly elections - The Indian Express

Firstpost

Jharkhand records 70%, J&K 65% polling in final phase of Assembly elections
The Indian Express
With Jharkhand and Jammu & Kashmir entering the fifth and final phase polling for 16 Assembly seats, 20 Assembly seats respectively on Saturday, the fate of heavyweights including Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren, J&K Deputy Chief Minister Tara ...
Jharkhand registers 66% voter turnout in all five phases of pollingFirstpost
More than 70% polling in final phase of Jharkhand elections in 16 constituenciesDaily News & Analysis
Jharkhand polls: Final phase sees 70 per cent voter turnoutIBNLive
NDTV -Web India
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To look at alternatives if coal bill not passed in RS: Goyal - Economic Times

IBNLive

To look at alternatives if coal bill not passed in RS: Goyal
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: The government may look at other alternatives if the passage of Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Bill faces hiccups in the Rajya Sabha. The bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha earlier this month to replace the Ordinance. "Will look for an ...
Govt says Lok Sabha cleared record number of 17 billsBusiness Standard
Productivity goes up in Lok Sabha but down in Rajya SabhaHindu Business Line
Winter Session of Parl enters final lap, RS still to decide on crucial billsindiablooms
Daijiworld.com
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Sarpanch Shot Dead By Suspected Terrorists in North Kashmir's Sopore - NDTV

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Sarpanch Shot Dead By Suspected Terrorists in North Kashmir's Sopore
NDTV
Sopore: A village sarpanch was shot dead by suspected terrorists in Sopore area of Jammu and Kashmir today. Ghulam Ahmad Bhat, the Sarpanch of Bomai village in North Kashmir's Sopore, was killed outside his home today when two militants on ...
NC condemns killing of sarpanch in north KashmirWeb India
Shafiq Mir condemns killing of Sopore sarpanchDaily News & Analysis
Mehbooba condemns killing of SarpanchScoop News
Daijiworld.com -ANINEWS -indiablooms
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Attack on Robert Vadra politically motivated: Congress - Zee News

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Attack on Robert Vadra politically motivated: Congress
Zee News
New Delhi: Congress on Friday questioned the timing and manner in which information about pages missing from government records pertaining to DLF-Robert Vadra deal were allowed to circulate in the media and described the entire episode as "politically ...
Congress trying to divert attention from Vadra issue, says BJPANINEWS
Haryana Finance Minister assures justice will prevail in Vadra-DLF dealBharat Press
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Three churches oppose conversion ban
Opposed to a national ban on conversion, the National United Christian Forum (NUCF) – comprising three leading churches of the country – on Saturday said it would ``fully support’’ the Government...
“Selfie with Mufflerman” by AAP to raise funds for Delhi polls
Karnataka unit of Aam Admi Party on Saturday announced the launch of a new fund raising campaign called “Selfie with Mufflerman” to collect donations for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections....
Devyani did not violate conduct rules: father
Uttam Khobragade suggested that there could be a "hidden agenda" behind his daughter's penalization.
SVYM palliative care unit, a ray of hope for many
Ever since she suffered a paralytic attack following a surgery to remove a brain tumour about one and a half years ago, Roopa (name changed), now 26-years-old, has been bedridden.Abandoned b...
Padayatra flagged off
BJP State unit president Pralhad Joshi flagged off a padayatra at Sidlaghatta Circle in Chickballapur on Saturday. The State BJP Yuva Morcha organised the padayatra demanding permanent irrigation...
Body of Tumkur University staffer found near railway tracks
The body of a daily-wage worker of Tumkur University, who had physical disabilities, was found on Saturday near the railway track between Hirehalli and Kyatsandra on the outskirts of Tumakuru city...
Housing for all scheme: Panel raps Ministry
Rajiv Awas Yojana is a battle and the new mission for urban housing is a war, says the report
Devyani penalised for children’s US passports
The MEA has also launched another inquiry into the interviews that Ms. Khobragade has given to media organisations, including The Hindu.
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Longdelayed elections kick off in Ebolahit Liberia
Liberians began voting Saturday in muchdelayed elections to fill half the seats of the Senate in the Ebolaravaged west African country
Yearend high Flipkart announces 700 million investment
Flipkart Indias largest ecommerce marketplace on Saturday announced a US 700 million Rs 4434 crore investment even as 2014 the year that has seen huge fund flow into Indias rising consumer internet industry is about to end
AP Student throws acid on lecturer for denying marriage
A post graduate student allegedly threw acid on her former lecturer outside a government polytechnic college at Nallapadu in Guntur district on Saturday apparently to take revenge from him for reneging on his promise to marry her
Yet another Microsoft exec makes sexist remark
Blowing up aliens in a video game isnt really very womanly thinks Microsoft This sexist slipup comes only a few months after the CEO told women to trust karma for getting a raise Why do companies never learn
Obama signs massive defence budget 1 bn to Pak
President Barack Obama has signed a massive annual defence policy bill which grants 1 billion to Pakistan for the expenses made by its army in support of the US military operations in wartorn Afghanistan
Dhoni complains against umpiring says 5050 calls not going Indias way
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the 5050 decisions are not going Indias way after his team fell behind 20 in the series against Australia at the Gabba on Saturday
Bhagwat says conversions will continue Amit Shah bats for anticonversion law
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and BJP president Amit Shah pitched for an anticonversion law at a time the Modi government is facing opposition heat over the issue
JK Sarpanch shot dead by suspected militants
Suspected militants on Saturday shot dead a sarpanch in Sopore township of north Kashmirs Baramulla district

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