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India need not worry about Bangladesh-China ties: Sheikh Hasina
The Bangladesh PM said that she hoped that the long-pending treaty on sharing Teesta river waters would be signed in the near future.

Monitoring parties not Army chief’s duty: AIUDF
Army chief General Bipin Rawat has brought dishonour to his post by making a political comment, All India United Democratic Front chief Badruddin Ajmal has said.

Worried about political implications of Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh minister
Within weeks, the Awami League government started feeling the pressure. General elections in the country are set to be held later this year.

How can SC intervene in marriage of consenting adults?: CJI Dipak Misra
Senior advocate Shyam Divan said such a position was valid when a woman was not under the guardianship of a stranger.

BJP doesn't believe in politics based on religion: Narendra Modi
“Terrorism is threatening the world. We do not believe in the politics based on religion, caste. India’s stature across the world has gone up,” Modi said at an election rally in Phulbari in Garo Hills, in Christian-majority Meghalaya.

India gears up to welcome Jordan King Abdullah II
Defence, security and investments will figure large on the bilateral agenda, while Modi and Abdullah are expected to jointly address a counter-terror and deradicalisation meet.

Centre to settle Naga issue within a few months: PM Narendra Modi
“This will strengthen democracy. We are having parleys with different groups and organisations,” Modi said, addressing an election rally at Tuensang in Nagaland on Thursday.

Congress may give fewer tickets to minority candidates
In all, the party has 16 MLAs from the minority communities at present — 12 Muslims, including Iqbal Ansari and Zameer Ahmed Khan who quit JDS to join Congress, two Christians and two Jains.

Invite to Khalistani ultra spoils Trudeau show
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's tour to India got embroiled in yet another controversy after it was revealed that a convicted assassin was invited to a dinner hosted by Ottawa's envoy to New Delhi in honour of the visiting North American nation's leader. After the furore in both New Delhi and Ottawa, Canada's High Commissioner to India, Nadir Patel, rescinded the invitation to Jaspal Atwal, who had been convicted of making an attempt to kill Punjab's former planning minister Malkiat Singh Sidhu during his visit to Vancouver Island in the North American country in 1986. What als

Jaspal Atwal no longer in MHA blacklist
Jaspal Atwal, a convicted Khalistani terrorist, whose invitation to a dinner in honour of visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was rescinded following a controversy, no longer figures in the Home Ministry's blacklist of Sikh extremists, officials said. The central government time-to-time reviews the blacklist of the Sikh extremists taking into account intelligence inputs and activities of the persons concerned, a home ministry official said. Names of nearly 150 wanted terrorists and their associates were removed from the blacklist in the last few years, the official said. "Atwal's n

Canada High Commission cancels dinner invite to Khalistan terrorist
Canadian High Commissioner Nadir Patel has cancelled tonight's dinner invitation to Jaspal Atwal, a convicted Khalistani terrorist. Patel was hosting the dinner for the visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his delegation. "The High Commission has rescinded Mr Atwal's invitation.? We do not comment on matters relating to the PM's security?," the Canadian High Commission here said. Atwal was convicted for trying to kill the then Punjab minister Malkiat Singh Sidhu in Vancouver in 1986. The cancellation comes at a time when Trudeau's pro-Khalistan approach is being criticised by ma

Govt ropes in Nilekani for healthcare scheme
Tech billionaire Nandan Nilekani will assist the government in developing IT infrastructure for the mega National Health Protection Scheme (NHPS), which seeks to cover 10-crore families, a senior Niti Aayog official has said. The IT infrastructure for the healthcare scheme will be on a huge scale as was required for Aadhaar and will have to be scaled up gradually in view of the massive range of the programme. Former UIDAI chairman Nilekani - the brain behind the Aadhaar - is also a member of the GST return simplification committee. "We have consulted Nilkeni, we want to build Aadhaar-like mode

CBI arrests Rotomac owner Kothari, son
After four days of questioning, the CBI on Thursday arrested Rotomac promoter Vikram Kothari and his son Rahul in connection with charges of siphoning off Rs 3,695 crore loans given by a consortium of seven banks. Kothari and son were asked to report in Delhi on Wednesday after two days of questioning in their hometown of Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur. Besides Kothari, the chairman and managing director of Kanpur-headquartered Rotomac Global Pvt Ltd, his son and wife Sadhana were also named in the FIR. CBI has not asked Sadhana to appear before it in Delhi though she was quizzed while in Kan

Rahul to launch Cong manifesto at mega event next month
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will release the party's election manifesto for the forthcoming Assembly elections, in what promises to be a gala event in Bengaluru next month. The Congress manifesto will be a first-of-its-kind in India, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Manifesto Committee chairman and MP M Veerappa Moily said here on Thursday. "It has been decided that Rahul Gandhi will launch the manifesto sometime between March 10 and March 15," Moily announced after a meeting of the manifesto committee. Moily, a former union minister, said the party's manifesto will have three parts. "We are com

India more corrupt than China, better than Pak: Transparency International
India has been ranked worse than China and Bhutan in terms of "corruption perception", but fares better than its other neighbours, including Pakistan and Bangladesh,  according to a global list released by graft watchdog Transperency International. In the Corruption Perception Index for 2017, India ranked 81 with a score of 40. Among the neighbouring countries, Pakistan was ranked 117 with a score of 32, Bangladesh 143 (score 28), Myanmar 130 (30) and Sri Lanka 91 (38). Bhutan has the best score of 67 among India's neighbours and has been placed high on the index at 26th place. China also far

Army chief stokes political row with his comments on Assam party
Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat has waded into yet another controversy by commenting that the rise of All India United Democratic Front a political party that champions cause of Muslims in Assam was faster than BJP."There is a party called AIUDF. If you look at it, they have grown in a faster time-frame than the BJP grew over the years. BJP won only 2 seats in 1984. The AIUDF is moving at a faster pace in Assam than the Jansangh," Gen Rawat said at a seminar here on Wednesday.Illegal immigration of Bangladeshi Muslims has been dominating emotions and politics in Assam for decades benefiting politic

Justin Trudeau rescinds India dinner invite to Sikh separatist
An alleged Sikh extremist had been invited to a dinner during Mr Trudeau's state visit to India.

Avani Chaturvedi: First Indian woman to fly fighter jet
Avani Chaturvedi, 24, was one of the first three female fighter pilots to join the Indian air force.

India doctors remove world's 'largest brain tumour'
The patient had been living for three years with the 1.8kg tumour, which was larger than his head.

India film star Kamal Haasan launches political party
The veteran actor announced he would contest the next election in southern Tamil Nadu state.

India man held for killing 'Facebook friend'
The man allegedly told the police that he strangled the woman after she refused sex with him.

Indians who 'abused witches' arrested by police
The two women had their hair forcibly shaved off and were stripped naked and paraded through the village.

Donald Trump Jr's passage to India causes a stir
Why is the US president's son delivering a foreign policy-type speech in India while selling flats?

Bringing solar power to a remote community in the Himalayas
A team of engineers trek into the remote region to bring a community electricity for the first time.

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India's wilful defaulters owe more than Rs 1 lakh crore to banks
Analysis of the publically available data for suit-filed accounts (wilful defaulters) of Rs 25 lakh and above shows that Jatin Mehta-promoted Winsome Diamonds & Jewellery Ltd and Forever Precious Jewellery & Diamonds Ltd owed close to Rs 5,500 crore to various banks.

Live: PM Modi welcomes Canadian PM Trudeau
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to meet his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau, who is in India on a seven-day state visit. Stay with TOI for all the live updates

Managers saw the leader in me: Namanja Vidic
In an exclusive interaction with TOI, the former Serbian international, in town to attend The Football Movement, hosted by Premier League and India On Track, spoke on a range of topics including why he believes his old club have a realistic shot at Champions League glory this season due to the Jose Mourinho factor.

India slips in corrupt nations list
A Transparency International release also characterised India as “among the worst regional offenders” in the Asia Pacific region on grounds of journalists, activists, opposition leaders and even staff of law enforcement or watchdog agencies being threatened or even murdered.

Row over SC ‘judicial discipline’ reaches CJI
The knotty issue of ‘judicial discipline and propriety’ in contradictory judgments on land acquisition being tossed between two three-judge benches of the Supreme Court got further complicated on Thursday with two two-judge benches referring the matter to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra for resolution by a larger bench.

PNB lost Rs 1,790 crore to 'jewel thieves'
Highly cash-dependent traders in gems and diamonds have cost banks at least Rs 5,000 crore through 90 defaults, bank-wise and company-wise data on wilful defaulters compiled by the Federation of Bank of India Staff Unions (FBISU) shows.

Students, hostel owners clash over payment dues
News channel staff attacked, seven arrested
HC for panel on Vakapally rapes
Six lawyers, three each from A.P., TS to be selected
Call for House resolution, survey on water table
<p> A special Assembly session for passing a resolution and commissioning a survey for assessing the actual groundwater table in Tamil Nadu were among the demands raised by the leaders in the all-part
‘Register case against Kanimozhi’
State Shiv Sena unit chief tells HC ex-MP has hurt religious sentiments
Common test for social, tribal welfare institutes
Examination to be held on April 8
HC directs CM to file written objections
Sasikala had sought perusal of records
Ramadoss seeks release of Tamils in Andhra jails
Says the State govt. must take steps
HC quashes cancellation of TRB exam
Petitioner had argued that decision to scrap the test was arbitrary and unfair
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As Donald Trump Jr. Drums Up Business in India, Some Ask What’s Being Sold
The president’s son is in India on behalf of the family business, but word that he planned a speech on foreign policy took the controversy to a new level.

President or Luxury Towers: Either Way, Trump Is the Rage in India
President Trump’s eldest son is headed to India on a sales trip for the family’s real estate business. Indians are star-struck by a family both rich and famous.

Coffee Beans Are Good for Birds, Fancy Brew or Not
A study of India’s Western Ghats region found that growing coffee doesn’t interfere with biodiversity, regardless of which bean the farmer chooses.

Maldives Crisis Could Stir Trouble Between China and India
Opposition leaders want India to intervene against the nation’s president, who declared a state of emergency this month, and who is seen as an ally of China.

$1.8 Billion in India Bank Fraud Raises Fears of Ripple Effects
The scandal at Punjab National Bank, a state-controlled lender, risks drying up the loans small and medium-xxxx businesses need to power the country’s growth.

Speeding Train Plows Into Elephants in India, Killing 5 Animals
The authorities say the train driver was going too fast and ignored villagers who were waving flashlights to urge him to slow down.

Rising Hummus Prices? Blame a Drought Half a World Away
Poor crops of chickpeas in India have made the dish more expensive in British supermarkets, the latest example of extreme weather affecting global food prices.

Fake Doctor in India Suspected of Infecting Dozens With H.I.V.
He is thought to have reused the same dirty needle on dozens of poor patients, telling them an injection would make them feel better.

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Sensex Rises 100 Points, Rupee Rebounds From 3-Month Lows
Financial markets have fluctuated wildly this month as investors fretted about how fast the US central bank might raise rates in the wake of data showing a pick-up in US inflation
"She Remembers," Justin Trudeau Answers PM's Tweet Before Meet: 10 Facts
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau are expected to have a bilateral meeting today. Five days after Mr Trudeau and his family landed in India, PM Modi tweeted a...
Government Ropes In Nilekani For Developing IT Infrastructure For Modicare
Nandan Nilekani will assist the government in developing IT infrastructure for the mega National Health Protection Scheme (NHPS), which seeks to cover 10-crore families
Mexican Man, Once The World's Fattest, Dreams Of Walking Again
The folds of flesh on Juan Pedro Franco's back sway heavily as he cranks the pedals of a modified bicycle with his arms, exercising to boost his already jaw-dropping weight-loss total of 250 kilos.
Arsenal Through To Last 16 After Surviving Ostersunds Scare
Ostersunds beat Arsenal 2-1 in the 2nd leg but Sead Kolasinac's goal just after the interval saw the London club hang on for a 4-2 win on aggregate.
Social Divide In States May Discourage Investments, Says Arun Jaitley
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said the "investment cycle" cannot be started in states if they run with social divide which had been the case with Uttar Pradesh in the past.
Why School Shootings Are So Rare In Israel, Where Guns Are Common Sight
When students, parents and teachers pleaded with President Donald Trump this week to act against school shootings, they cited Israel, a place where guns are a familiar sight but where school shootings...
Scientists Discover The Secret To Ancient Roman 'Gate To Hell'
Two millennia ago, a small Greco-Roman temple in present-day Turkey awed and enthralled its residents. Just beyond its stone gate, in a grotto shrouded in a heavy mist, a strange force worked dark...
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Fri Feb 23 2018  Canadian Dollar 50.9944
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Fri Feb 23 2018  United States Dollar 64.8508

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Gold drops to Rs 31,350; silver recovers by Rs 85 per kg

Gold slumped by Rs 100 to Rs 31,350 per ten gram at the bullion market today due to fall in demand from local jewellers and retailers amid a weak trend overseas. However, silver recovered by Rs 85

Silver futures decline to Rs 38,390 per kg

Silver prices fell 0.65 per cent to Rs 38,390 per kg at the futures trade as speculators reduced their exposure, driven by a weak trend in global market.

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Gold futures fall to Rs 30,429 on weak global cues

Amid a weak global trend, gold prices drifted lower by 0.15 per cent to Rs 30,429 per ten grams at the futures trade as participants reduced their bets.

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Skiing lovers practise despite scanty snow in Narkanda

Skiing lovers practise despite scanty snow in NarkandaHill resort of Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh is offering solace to skiing enthusiasts after delayed and scanty snowfall in the upper reaches of the country cut short winter adventure sports camps in most parts. Skiing lovers were seen practising on Narkanda's Dhomri slopes, where scanty snow continues to remain. A snow sports instructor said the snow in Narkanda lasted as the hill resort faces the north and its forests were healthy.Narkanda is a popular winter sports destination among tourists across India. It has produced some international level players in snow sports like skiing, alpine skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing among others.

Police raid Popular Front of India's training centre

Police raid Popular Front of India's training centreThe Jharkhand Police raided Popular Front of India's (PFI) training centre in Pakur on Thursday. Jharkhand has banned PFI under Section 16 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1908 for spreading anarchy in the state. The police sealed the centre and recovered PFI flags, computers, CDs, Aadhar cards among other items from the spot.

'Disgusted' with racial attack on Sikh outside UK Parliament: MP Tanmanjeet Dhesi

'Disgusted' with racial attack on Sikh outside UK Parliament: MP Tanmanjeet DhesiIn an incident of racial attack in London, a Sikh man's turban was allegedly pulled off by a white man outside Parliament when he was standing in a queue. The racial gesture was committed against Ravneet Singh from India. Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, a Member of Parliament of United Kingdom from Slough, termed the incident as disgusting and embarrassing. "After the attack, they and I spoke with the police, who said they would get the CCTV footage from outside Portcullis House and take action. I felt embarrassed that he would be left with a personal scar from his visit" he added.

Ford Motor Indian-origin senior executive quits; replaced by another

Ford Motor Indian-origin senior executive quits; replaced by anotherNew York, Feb 23 (IANS) A top-level Indian-origin executive who was in-charge of auto-maker Ford Motor's North American operations, Raj Nair, has left under a cloud and has been replaced by another, Kumar Galhotra, the company announced Thursday. Nair, who was the President for North America and Executive Vice President, quit after an internal investigation "determined certain behavior by Nair was inconsistent with the company's code of conduct," Ford said in a statement. "We made this decision after a thorough review and careful consideration," said Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett.

CM Naidu says Anantpur Kia Motors plant will be largest in the world

CM Naidu says Anantpur Kia Motors plant will be largest in the worldAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu while addressing a gathering at Framework Installation ceremony of Kia Motors in Anantapur district stated that the plant will be the largest Kia Motors plant in the world in the coming time. The South Korean automobile giant Kia motors is setting up its fifth manufacturing unit, and the first in India, in Andhra Pradesh. With an investment of Rs 13,000 crores, Kia is planning to manufacture 3 lakh vehicles per annum. This unit is expected to generate employment opportunities to 11,000 persons, including 4,000 direct jobs.

CtrlS opens data centre in Bengaluru with 0% downtime

CtrlS opens data centre in Bengaluru with 0% downtimeBengaluru, Feb 22 (IANS) Leading remote IT infrastructure management firm CtrlS (Control S) Datacenters Ltd on Thursday opened an advanced data centre in this tech hub to offer mission-critical operations to internet, banking, insurance and other corporates with zero per cent downtime. "The tier-4 our data centre here will provide data management and distribution networks, with 0 per cent downtime and 100 per cent redundancy," CtrlS Chairman Sridhar Pinnapu Reddy told reporters here on the occasion. The Hyderabad-based decade-old firm, which has data centres in Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai and Noida near Delhi, plans to invest Rs 1,200 crore over the next three years to set up additional data centres in Hyderabad and Mumbai to meet the growing demand from diverse verticals.

I-League: Match dates of three title contenders changed

I-League: Match dates of three title contenders changedNew Delhi, Feb 22 (IANS) The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Thursday made changes in the dates of three crucial I-League matches involving championship contenders Minerva Punjab FC, East Bengal and Neroca FC. Going by the original set of fixtures, I-League debutants Neroca FC, who are currently leading the points table, were to play their last match on February 27 against East Bengal in Kolkata but that game has now been postponed to March 8.

'Ramayana' movie makers sign MoU with UP Government

'Ramayana' movie makers sign MoU with UP GovernmentMumbai, Feb 22 (IANS) Filmmaker Madhu Mantena on Thursday said he has signed an MoU with the Uttar Pradesh government to make his upcoming film "Ramayana" in the state,. At the meet, Mantena also shared his vision of making "Ramayana" as India's most expensive film with a budget of 500 crore, adding he regarded the project as an effort to retell Indian mythology to all the generations in all its audiovisual glory with the help of the latest technology and visual effects. Uttar Pradesh's Principal Secretarty and Film Bandhu Chairman Awanish Kumar Awasthi announced that Film Bandhu will fully support the efforts of making Ramayana in UP.

Man forcibly kisses girl at Navi Mumbai railway station. Incident caught on CCTV
A shocking video from Navi Mumbai has emerged where a man can be seen forcibly kissing a girl at a train station platform.

Nothing political or religious in it: Army defends General Bipin Rawat's remarks
In his speech at a seminar on Wednesday, Rawat had said, “There is a party called AIUDF. If you look at it, they have grown in a faster time-frame than the BJP grew over the years.”

Rotomac Pens owner Vikram Kothari, his son Rahul arrested in Rs 3,695 crore loan default case
The father-son duo was questioned for four days. The income tax department has attached four immovable properties belonging to Kothari.

PNB's reply to Nirav Modi: Come up with concrete plan to return Rs 11,400 crore
PNB in its response to Nirav Modi's mail asked the celebrity jeweller to "come up with a concrete plan to return the Rs 11, 400 crore his companies have borrowed" without following proper procedures.

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India's provocative remarks likely to trigger another Doklam-like showdown: Chinese observers
Chinese observers have warned that India's provocative remarks are bound to trigger another Doklam-like standoff with China.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau amuses Indians with his over-the-top wedding-like attires
Trudeau, who is hailed by fashion experts for his sharp suits and quirky socks, didn’t manage to make a stylish impression with his Indian fans.

Fear of ghosts keeping MLAs away from 'haunted' Rajasthan Assembly, says BJP leader B Singh
He made the statement on the same day that Lalu Prasad Yadav's eldest son said that ghosts were sent to his bungalow so that it could be demolished.

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'Army chief is talking like a politician, it is sad'
'An army general is not supposed to speak on political issues.''He should be keeping away from politics.'

The wind beneath Jaitley's wings
Without the handsome receipts from the sale of government equity in PSUs and sharp increases in excise revenues from oil, Mr Jaitley's fiscal consolidation drive would have become even more arduous, says A K Bhattacharya.

Review: Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety amuses in fits and starts
A delightful supporting cast rescues an underwhelming film, says Sukanya Verma.

Now, IAF wants the F-35
In contrast to the bare-bones price of $115 million for each Rafale fighter, the F-35A cost $94.6 million, reports Ajai Shukla.

This man is helping fight India's mental health taboo
His anonymous online platform helps people seek help without disclosing their identity.

WTF News! It's Weird, True and Funny
Here's a fresh collection of offbeat, quirky stories from around the world.

Psst! The real reason why Alia and Ranbir are hanging out together
The secret is out from the sets of Brahmastra.

Why Virat depends on KulCha
Will Chahal-Yadav spin India towards the 2019 ICC World Cup in England, asks Chetan Narula.

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Morning Newswrap February 21, 2018

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Google Doodle focuses on speed skating on day twelve of the 2018 Winter Olympics

Google Doodle focuses on speed skating on day twelve of the 2018 Winter OlympicsGoogle doodle takes us through to the event arena ahead of time today, as Millipede gears up to take gold at the speed skating event.

Kamal Haasan to launch political party today: Actor is trying to convey that he will emulate APJ Abdul Kalam

Kamal Haasan to launch political party today: Actor is trying to convey that he will emulate APJ Abdul KalamTrust Kamal Haasan, always a tad different with his acting style and story treatment, to introduce a script variant in Tamil Nadu's political theatre.

FCC expected to publish its reversal of Obama-era net neutrality rules on Thursday: Sources

FCC expected to publish its reversal of Obama-era net neutrality rules on Thursday: SourcesThe FCC in Dec. voted 3-2 to overturn net neutrality rules barring service providers from blocking, slowing access to or charging more for certain content.

Ludhiana: Two Groups Clash, Resort to Firing on Chandigarh Road; Incident Caught on CCTV

Ludhiana: Two Groups Clash, Resort to Firing on Chandigarh Road; Incident Caught on CCTVA clash broke out between two groups in poll-bound Ludhiana on Tuesday, spreading panic in the area.

Clooney, Winfrey, Spielberg Offer $500,000 Each for Gun Control March

Clooney, Winfrey, Spielberg Offer $500,000 Each for Gun Control MarchClooney and his wife, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, were the first to make the financial pledge and also said they will march alongside the students behind the rally on March 24.

Asian-American student branded as 'chink' at US fast food chain

Asian-American student branded as 'chink' at US fast food chainWashington DC [United States], Feb 21 (ANI): An Asian-American medical student was described with a racial slur at a fast food chain in Philadelphia. In Young Lee, a first-year Ph.D. student at the University of Pennsylvania, visited a Taco Bell after a night out with some friends.

#GoodNews: A Hyderabad Woman’s Campaign For the Homeless

#GoodNews: A Hyderabad Woman’s Campaign For the HomelessIt was love that Sunitha observed on Valentine’s day that inspired her to start a 40 day campaign for the homeless.

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'We'll see you today,' tweets Justin Trudeau ahead of meeting with PM Modi
'We'll see you today,' tweets Justin Trudeau ahead of meeting with PM Modi

Pressure grows on Australian Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce to quit with new harassment allegation
Barnaby Joyce, the leader of the conservative National Party, the junior partner in the ruling centre-right coalition, had earlier dismissed calls for him to quit.

After 70 years of Independence electricity reaches Elephanta Caves
A 7.5-km long undersea cable has brought electricity to the world-famous Gharapuri Isle, which houses the UNESCO world heritage site.

Will the Apex court verdict resolve the Cauvery dispute?
The SC judgment came in response to a number of appeals that were filed in the SC soon after the February 2007 award of Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT).

The war of the exchanges
Indian bourses are busy protecting their own market share from a constant haemorrhage

Kylie Jenner's tweet wipes out $1.3 bn of Snapchat parent's market value
Snap Inc lost $1.3 billion in market capital after Kylie Jenner's tweet

DNA Edit: Enter Kamal Haasan
The superstar could be eyeing a national role

DNA Edit: Khalistan spectre
A twisted twist during Trudeau's visit

Chowk in Pakistan where Bhagat Singh was hanged to be named after him? Plea filed
Eighty-six years after Bhagat Singh was hanged, a Pakistani court is seeking to rename the Shaadman Chowk in Lahore where he was hanged. The plea also calls for the installation of a statue of the freedom fighter there.
NDMA gears up to deal with heat wave, asks states to prepare `action plan`
The NDMA has asked all states to prepare an action plan to deal with heat wave.
NEET made must for candidates aiming to obtain medical qualifications from abroad after May
The Health Ministry clarified that Indian candidates who intended to obtain medical qualifications from abroad in or after May this year would have to mandatorily qualify the national eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET).
ABVP members threatened to kill me, alleges AISA leader; FIR filed
The Delhi University president of left-wing students' union AISA alleged that a group of ABVP members "threatened to kill" her when she had gone to attend a discussion at the Satyawati College. Right-wing ABVP dismissed the alleg
PM Narendra Modi `looking forward` to meeting Canadian PM Justin Trudeau today
PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau, who is on an 8-day state visit to India with family.
India ranks 81st in global corruption index, Pakistan 117th
India was ranked 79th on the Global Corruption Perception Index in 2017.
Nirav Modi`s `valuable` paintings are fake, suspect investigative agencies
Nirav is being investigated by multiple probe agencies after the fraud came to light recently following a complaint by the Punjab National Bank.
PM Narendra Modi to meet Canadian counterpart on Friday, says `looking forward to meeting Justin Trudeau, his children`
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Canadian counterpart Chrystia Freeland on Thursday discussed issues of "bilateral interest" during a strategic dialogue.

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