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PM Modi to attend first Hindu Buddha Conclave today
PM Modi to attend first Hindu Buddha Conclave today New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today attend the Hindu Buddha Conclave that begun here on September 2.The Prime Minister had announced this in his monthly radio address, Mann Ki Baat on Sunday.Modi had said that he considered himself lucky to have got an invite to ..

Pravin Togadia refutes reports of links with Hardik Patel
Pravin Togadia refutes reports of links with Hardik Patel Allahabad: VHP chief Pravin Togadia on Wednesday rejected media reports suggesting he was close to Hardik Patel and others linked to the ongoing quota stir in Gujarat and threatened legal action against those behind the reports.Togadia, who hails from Gujarat and belongs to the..

2G scam: A Raja is in habit of making false statements, says CBI
2G scam: A Raja is in habit of making false statements, says CBI New Delhi: The CBI on Wednesday charged former Telecom Minister A Raja with misleading then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the issue of allocation of 2G spectrum licences and having a "habit" of making false statements.Advancing final arguments in the..

Hardik Patel's aide accused of duping two persons of Rs 1 crore
Hardik Patel's aide accused of duping two persons of Rs 1 crore Ahmedabad:  A close aide of quota agitation leader Hardik Patel has been accused of duping a cotton trader and a ginning mill owner from Gujarat to the tune of over Rs one crore, police said on Wednesday.According to police officials, the accused identified as Dinesh Patel..

Centre accuses AAP govt of creating unnecessary trouble in ACB
Centre accuses AAP govt of creating unnecessary trouble in ACB New Delhi: AAP government is acting in a "preconceived manner" and creating an "unnecessary impasse" in order to prevent Delhi's Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) from functioning in accordance with law, the Centre told Delhi High Court on Wednesday.&..

Kashmiri Separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani Sends Secret Letter to Nawaz Sharif
Kashmiri Separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani Sends Secret Letter to Nawaz Sharif New Delhi:  A three-member delegation from the Hurriyat Conference belonging to the Syed Ali Shah Geelani faction met Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit on Tuesday, and handed over a confidential letter for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif."We handed over Geelani sahab&#..

BJP hits back at Nitish Kumar, seeks his report card
BJP hits back at Nitish Kumar, seeks his report card Patna:  Launching counter-attack on Nitish Kumar who sought Centre's report card on performance in one year, BJP on Tuesday said the Chief Minister along with 'secular alliance' partner Rashtriya Janata Dal and Congress should furnish account of their work over..

Govind Pansare's kin demand court monitored probe into his murder
Govind Pansare's kin demand court monitored probe into his murder Mumbai:  The Bombay High Court today asked Maharashtra government to file its response within a week to a petition seeking constitution of a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the death of activist and Communist Party of India leader Govind Pansare.Hearing a..

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Miffed SP quits Janata Parivar
The anti-BJP alliance in Bihar suffered a jolt on Thursday after the Samajwadi Party (SP) decided to pull out of it. The ruling party of Uttar Pradesh, which felt ‘humiliated’ by the offer of just five seats to contest in the ensuing Assembly election, decided to contest the polls either alone or in alliance with some other parties. SP general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav announced the decision after a meeting of its parliamentary board chaired by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav. The latter’s absence at the Janata Parivar’s Swabhimaan rally in Patna on August 30, which was also attended

Differences with SP on Bihar polls will be sorted out: JD(U)
JD(U) today said it will sort out differences with Mulayam Singh Yadav over seat sharing in Bihar after Samajwadi Party today pulled out of the 'grand alliance' in the poll-bound state saying it felt "humiliated", days after NCP quit the anti-BJP coalition.Party President Sharad Yadav merely said "the country is full of internal contradictions" when asked whether it was a major set back to his attempt to bring all non-BJP parties together.SP today announced its decision to leave the alliance saying it felt "humiliated" as it was not consulted while deciding seats and would contest the Assembly

SP quitting alliance to benefit NDA: Cong
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) got the much-needed psychological edge ahead of Bihar Assembly polls after the Samajwadi Party (SP) quit the JD(U)-RJD-Congress-SP grand alliance.A section of Congress leaders felt that the NDA may benefit from the split as it sends an impression that the alliance was falling apart.The Sharad Pawar-led NCP had earlier quit the alliance following differences over seat sharing for the Bihar elections. The NCP was given just three seats while the RJD and JD(U) decided to contest in 100 seats each leaving 40 for the Congress. The SP, though a minor player in

SP walked out sensing a losing battle in Bihar: BJP
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said the Samajwadi Party walked out of the anti-BJP coalition in Bihar not due to disappointment over seat sharing among the Janata Parivar but also knowing that it's a losing alliance."Today the SP parted ways with Janata Parivar. It was not merely due to five seats being given to them... the real cause was because it realised that this is a losing alliance and a losing battle in Bihar," BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy said at a press conference here.Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party on Thursday walked out of the anti-BJP coalition in Bihar saying it w

What've you done to curb black money, SC asks govt
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to spell out the steps taken by it in accordance with the recommendations made by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to curb black money.A three-judge bench presided over by Chief Justice H L Dattu, however, refused to allow a plea to hand over copy of three reports prepared by Justice M B Shah-headed SIT to petitioners on claim by its counsel that those contained “economically sensitive” details.During the brief hearing, the bench, also comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and A K Sikri, asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, “Please tell us

Sheena murder was planned overseas
Ten days after her arrest, as TV tycoon Peter Mukerjea’s wife Indrani Mukerjea started spilling the beans on the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora, it now appears that the conspiracy was hatched in phases — partly in India and partly abroad in Europe.The 24-year-old Sheena, who was Indrani’s daughter from a live-in relationship with Siddhartha Das, was killed by her mother, who took the help of her first husband, Kolkata-based businessman Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai. She was murdered on April 24, 2012, in Mumbai and her body was burnt and disposed of at Pen in Raigad district. S

Brace for 3-hr load shedding from today
In view of the acute power shortage, Bescom on Thursday announced that there will be load shedding for three hours in the City and for four hours in other urban areas under its jurisdiction for a week with effect from Friday. On Monday, the State Cabinet had allowed the Energy Department to effect a two-hour load shedding in Bengaluru following severe power shortage. As the situation is said to have further worsened, Bescom is resorting to three hours of load shedding between 7 am and 9 pm in three installments of one hour each, sources said.Load shedding details for other areas in Bengaluru U

Celebs adopt villages after 'Srimanthudu'
Telugu blockbuster Srimanthudu managed to achieve what Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Saansad Adarsh Gram failed in the twin Telugu speaking states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Thanks to its message that those hailing from the villages should not turn their backs on their native soil, celebs are now jostling to adopt villages. As the movie delivered big on the box office grossing Rs 100 crores, its hero and producer Mahesh Babu announced that he would adopt his native village of Burripalem, seven kilometres away from Thenali in Guntur district, where his father and super star Krishna was

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India's unusual protests: Pink underwear, poop and snakes
A profile of some of India's most unusual protests - and protesters.

Outrage over linking rape to condom ad
An Indian politician's comment that a condom advertisement starring a porn star will lead to a rise in rapes causes outrage on social media.

The Burmese Indians who never went home
Thousands of Burmese Tamils were forced to flee to India after the 1962 coup - and now many want better lives, reports Anbarasan Ethirajan.

'Militants' killed in Kashmir battle
At least five suspected militants are killed in two separate gun battles with security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir, authorities say.

Perez expects to stay at Force India
Sergio Perez says he wants to stay at Force India next season and expects a new contract to be announced soon.

India strike over labour reforms
Workers across India are staging a day-long strike in protest against economic policies of the government.

Eight killed in India Manipur violence
Eight people die in clashes between the police and protesters over tribal rights laws in the north-eastern Indian state of Manipur, officials say.

Ishant banned after fiery SL Test
India fast bowler Ishant Sharma is suspended for one Test following a row with three Sri Lanka players in Colombo.

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'Humanity' must bear blame for Syria's tiny child's death: Turkey president
As mortifying images of the lifeless body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi at the Turkish beach resort of Bordum went viral on Thursday, a furious Turkey President Recep Erdogan, hosting the G-20 meet of global business leaders, broke from summitteering to say Europe and “the rest of humanity” must bear the blame for the tiny child’s death.

Delhi's air reaches ‘poor’ levels a month early
The monsoon dried up early over north India this year and Delhiites are already facing the consequences.

11 Indians under detention in UAE for IS 'links'
As many as 11 Indian nationals are under detention in the UAE since early August on charges of planning to join the Islamic State (IS) and recruiting, financing and providing logistics to those willing to joining the terror outfit.

Mumbai tops world in terror risk to GDP
The 26/11 attack on Mumbai might not have been on the same scale as New York’s 9/11. But Lloyd’s — the world’s oldest active insurance marketplace — believes that Mumbai tops the list globally in terms of economic output at risk ($8 billion) in the event of a terrorist attack.

Toll hike on Gurgaon-Jaipur highway rolled back
National Highways Authority of India on Thursday said it was rolling back thetoll hike till proper maintenance of the entire stretch is completed.

What've you done to curb black money: SC to govt
Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to give details of action taken on the special investigation team’s recommendations advocating stringent measures against irregularities in capitation fees, cricket, stock markets and trade-based money laundering.

Veterans stick to their guns on OROP issues
With the government now all set to announce implementation of ‘one rank, one pension’ (OROP), military veterans on Thursday declared they will continue with their agitation if their three core demands are not fulfilled.

Treat paramilitary as organized services: HC
In a landmark verdict which will benefit thousands of Group A paramilitary personnel, the Delhi High Court Thursday paved the way for their smooth career progression by declaring them to be “organized services.”

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SP's pullout from Janata Parivar may backfire on Mulayam
The latest political bombshell unleashed by Samajwadi Party SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadavs pullout decision from the Janata Parivars maha gathbandhan grand alliance may well have its epicentre in Patna but its reverberations are li
Indrani breaks 10-day silence, 'admits' to plotting Sheena murder
Breaking her 10day silence Indrani Mukerjea has admitted to plotting the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora police sources said adding that her husband Peter Mukerjea will be made a key witness against her
Let this be the last, says distraught father of drowned Syrian boys
The distraught father of two Syrian boys who drowned with their mother and several other migrants as they tried to reach the Greek island of Kos identified their bodies on Thursday and prepared to take them back to their home town
France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from Flight MH370
The piece of wing found on the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean has been formally identified as part of the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 the Paris prosecutor said on Thursday
Hurriyat leader Geelani sends 'thank you' letter to Nawaz Sharif
Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani has written a letter to Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif appreciating his countrys stand on the Kashmir issue before the NSAlevel talks
Italy PM says Europe 'cannot just get emotional' about migrants
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Thursday Europe could not just limit itself to an emotional reaction to pictures of asylumseekers dying but had to act
Kohli's aggression rubbed off on Ishant: Coach Shravan Kumar
Ishant Sharmas childhood coach Shravan Kumar said the fearlessness of Virat Kohli has rubbed off on Sharma and that was the main reason why the lanky pacer crossed the line of aggression in the recent series in Sri Lanka
Confrontation as Hungary police force migrants off train
Hungarian police halted a train packed with migrants bound for the Austrian border and tried to force them to disembark in a town with a detention camp on Thursday
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John Kerry Warns South Sudan Leader on Ceasefire
US Secretary of State John Kerry rang the president of South Sudan on Thursday to warn him to respect an oft-broken ceasefire.
Coming Home to War: Afghan Refugees Return Reluctantly From Pakistan
Rahim Khan's return to Afghanistan 28 years after fleeing to Pakistan was not the homecoming he had dreamed of.
UN States Want a Voice in Choosing Ban' Ki-moon's Successor
UN member-states are pushing to have more of a say in choosing the successor to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who steps down at the end of next year.
Police Actions Inflamed Ferguson Tensions: Official Report
The use of armored vehicles and dogs in efforts to restore order in Ferguson following the police shooting of a black teenager in the St. Louis suburb only fueled tensions, the US Justice Department s...
Greek Leftists Put on Brave Face as Poll Shows Conservatives Pulling Ahead
Former Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras's leftist Syriza party said on Thursday it remained confident of winning an outright victory in a Sept. 20 election despite an opinion poll that showed its m...
US Marine Killed, 11 Injured in Helicopter Training Crash
A US Marine was killed and 11 others injured when their helicopter made a "hard landing" during training at a US military base, officials said Thursday.
Turkey Extends Mandate to Send Troops to Syria if Needed
Turkey's parliament voted late on Thursday to extend by a year a mandate authorizing the deployment of troops to Syria and Iraq, weeks after it stepped up its role in the U.S.-led coalition fighting I...
Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty for Charleston Shooter
South Carolina prosecutors said Thursday they intend to seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof, the white alleged supremacist charged with killing nine black churchgoers in June.
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'Frustrated' Nitish sending DNA samples to PM Modi: BJP
New Delhi, Sep.3 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that the sending of DNA samples by Janata Dal (United) was just showing the frustration of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. "Sending of DNA samples only shows the frustration of Nitish Kumar. DNA politically means 'Development Nahi Aaya.' If Nitish Kumar would have successfully brought in development in Bihar, then today he would have been speaking about development.

US Ambassador calls on Union Law Minister to discuss business related issues
New Delhi, Sep.3 (ANI): US Ambassador Richard Verma on Thursday met Union Minister of Law and Justice D.V.Sadananda Gowda to discuss concerns over business-related issues such as IPR and arbitration. Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US later this month, Verma was keen on knowing the status of ongoing legal reforms with special reference to ease of doing business like setting up of Commercial Courts and reforms being contemplated in the sphere of Arbitration. Issues relating to the enforcement of contracts, and international arbitration awards were also discussed in the meeting.

'Insulted' people of Bihar sending DNA samples to PM Modi, says KC Tyagi
New Delhi, Sep. 3 (ANI): Janata Dal (United) leader K C Tyagi on Thursday said that people of Bihar have been insulted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's DNA jibe and confirmed that the first batch of DNA samples in the form of hair and nails will be sent to 7RCR tomorrow. "We have collected DNA samples of people of Bihar in the form of hair and nails. Prime Minister had said in his rally in Muzaffarpur and Arra that there is something wrong with Nitish Kumar's DNA, people of Bihar felt insulted because of such comment," Tyagi told ANI.

One lakh Bihari DNA samples-hair and nail-being sent to PM Modi
Patna, Sep.3 (ANI): Janata Dal (United) workers on Friday would be sending around one lakh DNA samples to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his 7RCR residence to fulfill the promise made by chief minister Nitish Kumar at the Swabhimaan Rally. Earlier, in a befitting reply to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's DNA jibe, Nitish Kumar had earlier said that the people of his state will be sending samples of their hair and nails to the Prime Minister's Office for a DNA analysis. Addressing a massive Swabhimaan Rally in Patna's Gandhi Maidan, Kumar said, "He (Narendra Modi) said my DNA is bad.

President Mukherjee inaugurates diamond jubilee celebrations of EEPC
New Delhi, Sep. 3 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday inaugurated the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) at Vigyan Bhavan here. Speaking on the occasion, the President called upon the EEPC to focus on product quality and market as well as product diversification. The President further complimented EEPC for having become the largest organization of its kind with over 13,000 members out of whom 60 percent are SMEs after having started its journey with only 40 exporters at a time when India's engineering exports were all of 10 million US dollars.

Mulayam Singh Yadav is our 'guardian', says Lalu Yadav
Patna, Sep. 3, (ANI): Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Thursday dubbed Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav as a 'guardian' of Janata Parivar, adding that the alliance would stay united to fight the communal forces. "Mulayam is our guardian, more than that he is our relative and he must have been upset due to some reasons...It is the need of the hour to stay united to fight communal forces.. If Mulayam is upset about something, we will definitely try to make things right," Lalu told media.

India, UAE denounce terrorism in all forms, says Sushma Swaraj
New Delhi, Sep. 3 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said that India and UAE have denounced and opposed terrorism in all forms, and urged other countries to shun the use of terrorism. "India and UAE have emerged as strong voices against terrorism. The rejection of extremism and any link between religion and terrorism articulated by the two sides in the joint statement issued during Prime Minister Modi's visit to UAE has found resonance across the international community," Swaraj said in India-UAE Joint Commission Meeting here.

PM Modi to interact with school children tomorrow
New Delhi, Sep.3 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with school children on Friday on the eve of Teachers' Day.

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Sensational Murder Case in India Stirs Media Frenzy Fed by Police Leaks
The case of Indrani Mukerjea, accused in her daughter’s death, has become the latest to draw attention in a hyper-competitive unrestrained reporting environment.

Getty Images Announces 2015 Grant Winners
Photographers doing personal projects on social issues that often go overlooked received $10,000 each today from the 2015 Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography.

September 3, 2015 — Pictures of the Day
Photos from Hungary, Italy, Ivory Coast and India.

India and Pakistan’s Dialogue of the Deaf
Are these two nuclear powers trying to negotiate, or two teenagers playing a game of dare?

1965: Fighting in Kashmir
From the International Herald Tribune archives: Pakistan forces advance into Kashmir in 1965.

Google Antitrust Inquiries Spread Over Globe, With India the Latest Problem
While Google’s biggest regulatory challenge remains in Europe, authorities around the world are investigating its practices, with a report from India’s competition commission its latest problem.

September 1, 2015 — Pictures of the Day
Photos from Hungary, India, Ukraine and Cuba.

Menstruation Innovation: Lessons from India
When it comes to addressing menstrual health and hygiene, much of the ingenuity and innovation has been spearheaded in the developing world, particularly India.

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Bundles of Cash Stashed All Over Sura Ashram
A wad of notes, in the denominations of `1,000, `500 and `100, was found from iron chests, lockers and boxes kept in an office located behind the room.

Untrained Teachers Undermine Primary Education, Says CAG
20,471 under-qualified teachers in primary schools; 936 in upper primary schools

Police Raid Reveals Lavish Lifestyle of Circle Jail Convicts
Televisions, music and sound systems, pen drives and other entertainment materials were recovered from cells of different gangsters

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Gold slips in futures trade
Gold prices fell by Rs 47 to Rs 26,582 per ten grams today in futures trade amid weak global trends.At the Multi Commodity Exchange, the October contract of gold fell by Rs 47, or 0.18 per...

Gold slips on firmer dollar; US jobs data eyed for cues
Gold added to overnight losses on Thursday, hurt by a stronger dollar and as investors awaited a key US jobs report to gauge the timing of a Federal Reserve rate hike. Spot gold had ease...

Silver prices fall by Rs 157 per kg at futures trade
Amid a weakening trend overseas, silver fell Rs 157 to Rs 35,176 per kg at the futures trade today as speculators trimmed positions.Silver for delivery in December traded lower by Rs 157 or...

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Guatemala swears in new president as ex-leader detained
Guatemala's Congress swore in a new president Thursday as disgraced former leader Otto Perez was ordered detained to prevent him becoming a fugitive from justice in the Central American nation's long-running corruption saga. Perez spent much of a tumultuous day at proceedings held at Guatemala's Supreme Court, answering a raft of corruption allegations, just hours after handing in his resignation. "The Guatemalan people have been at the center of great moments of change and upheaval in our institutions, mobilized by their disgust with broken systems," said Maldonado, a lawyer and former judge on the Constitutional Court, after taking the oath of office and assuming the blue and white presidential sash.

GOP-ers say politics could interfere with probe of EPA spill
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Some members of Congress say they're concerned that politics will influence the U.S. Interior Department's investigation of a toxic mine spill caused by another federal agency.

Guatemalan president resigns, hands himself over to judiciary
Guatemala City, Sep 4 (IANS) The embattled President of Guatemala Otto Perez Molina resigned and voluntarily handed himself over to judicial authorities, Xinhua news agency reported. This came after the country's congress stripped Perez Molina of his immunity from prosecution on Tuesday, given his suspected involvement in a criminal enterprise to defraud the country's customs bureau. The Congress voted by 116 to 42 for Perez Molina to face the charges against him.

Guatemala swears in new president amid corruption storm
Guatemala's Congress swore in former judge Alejandro Maldonado as president Thursday as his disgraced predecessor appeared in court over corruption allegations hours after resigning in the face of unprecedented protests. Maldonado, a 79-year-old conservative who only became vice president in May, will serve out the rest of his former boss Otto Perez's term, handing over on January 14. The country will hold elections Sunday to choose his successor, in a climate of widespread outrage over the corruption scandal engulfing Perez and broad rejection of the traditional political elite.

House Dems ask pope to address poor, environment in US visit
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats are pushing Pope Francis to address the minimum wage, hunger and the environment in his historic speech to Congress later this month, hoping his embrace will give momentum to three party priorities.

Capitol Hill Buzz: Polishing senators' images on Wikipedia
WASHINGTON (AP) — Now we know how some Senate staffers keep busy during Congress' summer recess.

Guatemalan Congress swears in new president after Perez resignation
Guatemala's Congress swore in vice president Alejandro Maldonado as head of state Thursday after his former boss Otto Perez resigned amid a firestorm of corruption allegations.

Guatemalan president in court after resigning
Guatemala's Congress accepted president Otto Perez's resignation Thursday as he appeared in court over corruption allegations following unprecedented protests that have upended the political scene, three days from elections. The retired general looked uncomfortable as prosecutors detailed their accusations before the Supreme Court, lowering his eyes when they played out wire-tapped phone calls they say implicate him in a scheme to defraud the state. Investigators believe the 64-year-old conservative received $3.7 million in bribes paid by importers in exchange for illegal discounts on their customs duty, said prosecutor Antonio Morales.

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Sheena Bora case: Cops on the verge of wrapping probe; Missing at home, Siddhartha Das surfaces in Khar
Indrani has reportedly admitted to her involvement in the murder, which she had been denying since her arrest.
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The Modi government now wants to dictate the terms of Indo-Pak relations
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Solution to all problems lies in dialogue: PM Modi - Times of India

Times of India

Solution to all problems lies in dialogue: PM Modi
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Expressing concern over non-state actors controlling vast swathes of land across countries to perpetrate 'barbaric acts', Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said ideologies which close the gates for dialogue have the propensity for ...
PM Modi highlights India's Buddhist heritage, takes a swipe at PakistanEconomic Times
PM concerned over upswing in 'barbaric' violenceThe Hindu
PM Modi for shift in climate change discourse to 'climate justice'Financial Express
The New Indian Express -Deccan Herald
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Rahul Gandhi 2.0 seen less aloof, more engaged with party affairs - Economic Times

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Rahul Gandhi 2.0 seen less aloof, more engaged with party affairs
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: An increasing engagement with the party and national affairs rather than an air of aloofness and abiding sense of entitlement has come to mark Congress vice-president. Rahul Gandhi 2.0 has forced even his opponents to sit up and listen to ...
CWC meet to debate amending party rule bookThe Hindu
CWC huddle on Sept 8; Bihar polls, Lalitgate, Vyapam on agendaChandigarh Tribune
No elevation for Rahul in party soonDeccan Herald
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Black money: Supreme Court asks Centre for progress report - The Indian Express

The Indian Express

Black money: Supreme Court asks Centre for progress report
The Indian Express
A bench led by Chief Justice of India H L Dattu asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi to inform the court about the measures taken so far in view of the three reports submitted by the SIT. Google +. Comments. By: Express News Service | New Delhi ...
What has been done to curb black money, SC asks CentreTimes of India
Black money: SC seeks information on action taken on SIT's reportLivemint
SC seeks further report from SIT on black moneyIBNLive
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Mulayam deserts Nitish-Lalu, Sharad says will win him back - The Indian Express

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Mulayam deserts Nitish-Lalu, Sharad says will win him back
The Indian Express
SP general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav told reporter that the party would contest independently in Bihar and “jitna woh de rahe thai, ussey zyada jeetenge (will win more than what was being offered)”.
SP pulls out of grand alliance led by JD(U)The Hindu
Bihar polls: Mulayam mollified? JD (U) chief says grand alliance will remain ...Zee News
SP quits anti-BJP alliance in BiharTimes of India
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OROP: Frequency of pension revision remains sticking point - Times of India

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OROP: Frequency of pension revision remains sticking point
Times of India
NEW DELHI: With the government now all set to announce implementation of 'one rank, one pension' (OROP), military veterans on Thursday declared they will continue with their agitation if their three core demands are not fulfilled. While the government ...
President may intervene in OROP row, seek briefingHindustan Times
OROP row: Veterans ready to accept revision in 2 years, not 5The Indian Express
Telecom ace connects govt and soldiersCalcutta Telegraph
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Mehbooba urges Modi to adopt Atal's policy - Chandigarh Tribune

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Mehbooba urges Modi to adopt Atal's policy
Chandigarh Tribune
PDP president Mehbooba Mufti interacts with family members of border shelling victims at Abdullian village in the RS Pura sector of Jammu on Thursday. Tribune Photo: Inderjeet Singh. Amir Karim Tantray. Tribune News Service. RS Pura, September 3.
Centre should follow Vajpayee's policy on Pakistan: MehboobaGreaterKashmir.com
Friendship between India & Pakistan imperative for peace: Mehbooba MuftiEconomic Times

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Only CNG Ola cabs for Delhi - The Hindu

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Only CNG Ola cabs for Delhi
The Hindu
fter the Delhi High Court asked it to show that it was complying with the government's ban on app-based diesel taxis, Ola Cabs on Thursday said it would take off diesel-run vehicles within two weeks and ply only the compressed natural gas (CNG) cabs in ...
Diesel-to-CNG conversion to cost dearly, taxi drivers look for alternativesThe Indian Express
Ola cans diesel cabs in DelhiTimes of India
Ola allowed to run only CNG cabs in Delhi, makes changes to appHindustan Times
Financial Express -Economic Times -NDTV
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'Pak. agreed not to go to UNSC on Kashmir' - The Hindu

The Express Tribune

'Pak. agreed not to go to UNSC on Kashmir'
The Hindu
In May 2000, the then Pervez Musharraf regime in Pakistan told the U.S. that it would not push for a U.N. Security Council resolution on Kashmir, acknowledging that it would not be helpful in resolving the Kashmir issue with India, says a U.S. cable.
Pakistan outsources PoK work to Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Kuwait, South Korea and ...Economic Times
Pakistan Has Lost International Support on Kashmir: Ex-DiplomatNDTV
India rejects Pak call for Kashmir plebisciteGreaterKashmir.com
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Chennai-Mangalore Express derails
Preliminary reports suggest that six coaches derailed. 34 passengers have been injured.
Shots fired, bombs hurled in clashes at Bengal varsity
The spectre of violence returned to haunt educational institutions in West Bengal on Thursday with bullets being fired and bombs hurled at Raiganj University in Uttar Dinajpur district.Abo...
Child marriages remain Kerala’s secret shame
2011 Census shows there were 23,183 married girls below 15.
Conditional bail for student accused of Maoist links
The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay high court on Thursday granted bail to Jawaharlal Nehru University student Hem Mishra, who was arrested by the Maharashtra police in August 2013 for alleged Maoist l...
Manipur agitators ask six tribal MLAs to resign
In continuing violence against controversial Bills, two govt.offices torched.
Resignation of Gujarat IAS officer a surprise
Vijya Laxmi felt she won’t get mainstream posting in Modi govt., says official.
Ex-Sri Rama Sene man held
Attavar 'threatened' writer Bhagwan on a Facebook post.
A grieving mother stands her ground, seeks answers from Navy
The Navy has called ill-intended and frivolous a mother’s fight for over 22 years to find out the cause of the death of her son. Anuradha Paladhe’s son Amar, a clearance diver, was deplo...
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Sheena Bora murder saga: Indrani`s parents being kept away from news?
As an entire nation huffed and puffed over the sordid details spilling out of the sensation Shena Bora murder saga, the victim's grandparents seem to have no iota of information about the entire drama.
Sonia Gandhi to remain Congress president, Rahul`s elevation delayed: Reports
Sonia Gandhi will continue to be the president of the Congress party for another year, as per reports on Thursday.
Mild earthquake jolts Rajasthan, no damage reported
A 4.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Jaipur and other parts of Rajasthan late on Thursday night.
Govt cancels Greenpeace India`s FCRA licence
In yet another crackdown on NGOs, government on Thursday cancelled the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulations Act (FCRA) for its activities which allegedly hampered country's economic growth.
Syed Ali Geelani lauds Pakistan`s stand on Kashmir, reveals secret letter
Two weeks after NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan derailed over the latter`s insistence on raising the Kashmir issue and meeting the separatist leadership, the Hurriyat`s hardline faction led by Syed Ali Geelani has laude
India attaches highest importance to ties with Lanka: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said India attaches the highest importance to its relations with Sri Lanka and looks forward to taking the ties to new heights as he received former President Chandrika Kumaratunga here.
Looking forward to interact with students: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he was looking forward to interact with students on the eve of Teachers' Day tomorrow, describing his engagement as very close to his heart.
OROP row: Veterans accuse govt of `shifting goalpost`
 The Deadlock over 'One rank, One Pension' (OROP) persisted on Thursday with agitating ex-servicemen accusing the government of "constantly shifting goalpost" and "wasting time" even as a fresh round of back-channel talks were hel
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SP's pullout from Janata Parivar may backfire on Mulayam
The latest political bombshell unleashed by Samajwadi Party SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadavs pullout decision from the Janata Parivars maha gathbandhan grand alliance may well have its epicentre in Patna but its reverberations are li
Indrani breaks 10-day silence, 'admits' to plotting Sheena murder
Breaking her 10day silence Indrani Mukerjea has admitted to plotting the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora police sources said adding that her husband Peter Mukerjea will be made a key witness against her
Let this be the last, says distraught father of drowned Syrian boys
The distraught father of two Syrian boys who drowned with their mother and several other migrants as they tried to reach the Greek island of Kos identified their bodies on Thursday and prepared to take them back to their home town
France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from Flight MH370
The piece of wing found on the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean has been formally identified as part of the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 the Paris prosecutor said on Thursday
Hurriyat leader Geelani sends 'thank you' letter to Nawaz Sharif
Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani has written a letter to Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif appreciating his countrys stand on the Kashmir issue before the NSAlevel talks
Italy PM says Europe 'cannot just get emotional' about migrants
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Thursday Europe could not just limit itself to an emotional reaction to pictures of asylumseekers dying but had to act
Kohli's aggression rubbed off on Ishant: Coach Shravan Kumar
Ishant Sharmas childhood coach Shravan Kumar said the fearlessness of Virat Kohli has rubbed off on Sharma and that was the main reason why the lanky pacer crossed the line of aggression in the recent series in Sri Lanka
Confrontation as Hungary police force migrants off train
Hungarian police halted a train packed with migrants bound for the Austrian border and tried to force them to disembark in a town with a detention camp on Thursday

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