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India summons Pak High Commission official, issues demarche over Hindu girl's abduction in Sindh
India asked the Pakistan government to investigate the matter and take urgent action for protecting and promoting the security, safety and welfare of its citizens including the minority Hindu community.

16 suspected coronavirus cases in Punjab, 2 in Haryana
Novel coronavirus is a large family of viruses that causes illnesses ranging from common cold to acute respiratory syndromes, but the virus that has so far killed 80 people and affected 2,744 in China is a novel strain and has not been seen before.

New 'events' platform on NaMo App to inform users of BJP rallies, gatherings within 25 Kms
A new "Events Platform" has been introduced on the NaMo App on Tuesday by BJP under which people can get information about various events, rallies or gatherings of the party in their area for participation in the same. The events would pop up on a map within 25 kilometers of the current geographical location of the user and on zooming out.

No need to panic over coronavirus, no case detected in India: Harsh Vardhan
"I request all people of the country not to panic as novel coronavirus has not come to India. We are cautioned and making all proactive preventive measures to keep our people safe. Anybody who is showing slight symptoms of flu is being kept under isolation. This does not mean that they are a case of coronavirus."

No rumblings in Maharashtra govt: Thorat on Deora's letter to Sonia
In a letter to Sonia Gandhi on January 24, Milind Deora had expressed concern over Rahul Gandhi's poll promise of allotting 500 sq ft homes to Mumbai slum-dwellers "not moving effectively towards implementation" under the new Sena-NCP-Congress government.

Modi govt tarnished India's image, deterred investors: Rahul Gandhi
Targeting the youth, the former Congress president blamed the BJP-led government of creating an image for the country that deterred investors. He said the Modi government had failed to deliver on its promise to create jobs.

Nirbhaya case: SC reserves verdict on death row convict Mukesh's plea, to be delivered Wednesday
A three-judge bench headed by Justice R Banumathi said that it will pronounce the verdict on Wednesday on convict Mukesh Kumar Singh's plea. President Ram Nath Kovind had rejected the mercy petition of Mukesh on January 17.

Nirbhaya: Centre seeks dismissal of convict's plea, says ill-treatment in prison no ground for mercy
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told a three-judge bench headed by Justice R Banumathi that the convict, Mukesh Kumar Singh, was not kept in solitary confinement as alleged and no ground of commutation has been made out.

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Indian students in China seek early evacuation, say 'running out of food'
A group of eight Indian students studying at Wuhan University of Science and Technology in China have appealed to Indian government to make all possible efforts to rescue them at the earliest as they were running short of food and water in their dormitory due to the continued shutdown in the city, which is the epicentre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

'Pak can host Asia Cup but India won't participate'
The BCCI is clear that while they have no problem with the PCB hosting the 2020 edition of the Asia Cup, the venue needs to be a neutral one as travelling to the neighbouring country isn't an option at present. "There is no way that an Indian team can visit Pakistan to even participate in a multi-nation event like the Asia Cup," a BCCI official said.

EC notice to Thakur for controversial remark
The Election Commission on Tuesday issued a showcause notice to Union minister Anurag Thakur for his alleged controversial remark during an election rally in Delhi. Thakur has been given time till 12am on January 30, for submitting his reply, said ANI quoting the EC sources.

U19 WC: India beat Australia to enter semi-finals
Stay updated with Times of India to get all the live cricket score updates of 2020 U-19 World Cup quarterfinal match between India and Australia. Target for Australia -- 234

JNU student Sharjeel Imam arrested in Bihar
The Delhi Police on Tuesday arrested JNU student Sharjeel Imam, who came in limelight during the ongoing protest, from Bihar for allegedly delivering inflammatory speeches against the CAA and the planned NRC. Imam has been slapped with charges of sedition and inciting enmity between communities under Sections 124A, 153A and 505 of the Indian Penal Code.

Hindu girl abduction: India summons Pak envoy
India summoned a senior official of the Pakistan high commission and issued a strong demarche over the abduction of a Hindu girl in Sindh province, sources said. India asked the Pakistan government to investigate the matter and take urgent action for protecting and promoting the security, safety and welfare of its citizens including the minority Hindu community.

Ram temple trust likely soon, cabinet nod soon
The home ministry is likely to announce within a week the constitution of a trust for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya along with the offer of land for a mosque in Uttar Pradesh's temple town as mandated by the Supreme Court verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid issue, officials said on Tuesday.

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‘Marijana is not here for your complaints’: Twitter lauds chair umpire after she stands up to Roger Federer

‘Marijana is not here for your complaints’: Twitter lauds chair umpire after she stands up to Roger FedererThe Australia Open quarterfinal match between Roger Federer and Tennys Sandgren turned out to be an exciting affair as the match went down to the wire with Roger Federer emerging as the winner. Federer won the match 6-3, 2-6, 2-6, 7-6, 6-3. Chair umpire Marijana Veljovic proved to be up to the task when chance called upon her.



Happy PhD top Khalistan terrorist who killed Hindu leaders shot dead in Lahore

Happy PhD top Khalistan terrorist who killed Hindu leaders shot dead in LahoreNew Delhi, Jan 28: Harmeet Singh, a top Khalistan terrorist involved in the killing of several Hindu leaders in Punjab has been killed near Lahore. He was killed by a local gang over a financial dispute that stemmed out of a



Priest from Hyderabad's 'Visa Temple' is Demanding Citizenship for the Deity Under CAA

Priest from Hyderabad's 'Visa Temple' is Demanding Citizenship for the Deity Under CAAThe head priest at Chilkoor Balaji Temple on the banks of Osman Sagar in Hyderabad, CS Rangarajan, has asked for citizenship for the deity 'Balaji Lord Venkateswara.'



Indian-origin man charged over street fight killings of 3 compatriots in UK

Indian-origin man charged over street fight killings of 3 compatriots in UKLondon, Jan 28 (PTI) A 29-year-old Indian man has been charged by Scotland Yard in connection with their investigation into the killing of three compatriots, originally from Punjab, in a stabbing incident in east London.



Anti-CAA Activist Sharjeel Imam Arrested from Bihar's Jehanabad in Sedition Case

Anti-CAA Activist Sharjeel Imam Arrested from Bihar's Jehanabad in Sedition CaseHowever, Imam on Twitter said he "surrendered" before the Delhi Police and is "ready and willing to cooperate with the investigation".



Musical Chairs Without the Music: BSY Faces Tough Balancing Act With Long-pending Cabinet Expansion

Musical Chairs Without the Music: BSY Faces Tough Balancing Act With Long-pending Cabinet ExpansionThe Karnataka chief minister has to assuage the newly elected legislators who last year rebelled and brought down the Congress-JD(S) government and also keep ‘original’ BJP lawmakers happy while adjusting aspirations of various communities and regions even as he races against time.



'I'm Being Raped': Weinstein Accuser Recalls How Friendly Meet Turned into ‘Forced Oral Sex’ Encounter

'I'm Being Raped': Weinstein Accuser Recalls How Friendly Meet Turned into ‘Forced Oral Sex’ EncounterSobbing at times, the woman described how Harvey Weinstein turned a friendly meeting at his Manhattan apartment in June 2006 into a terrifying ordeal that had her contemplating escape plans as he forcibly performed oral sex on her.



7th Pay Commission latest news: Door step collection of life certificates will be increased

7th Pay Commission latest news: Door step collection of life certificates will be increasedNew Delhi, Jan 28: In some good news relating to the 7th Pay Commission, the government has granted a major wish for lakhs of pensioners. The government has directed the Pension Account Officers and banks to visit homes of pensioners and



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Free to stay or leave party: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar warns JD(U) colleague Prashant Kishor
Irked by JD(U) leader Prashant Kishor's stand against CAA and NRC, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday issued a warning to him saying that people can leave the party if they want.
Delhi election is a fight between two crore people vs 200 BJP MPs, says Arvind Kejriwal
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said that the Delhi assembly election is a fight between two crore people of Delhi and the 200 BJP MPs and their star campaigners. 
China approves Centre`s request to evacuate Indians out of coronavirus-hit Wuhan
On Monday (January 27), Air India had said that a Boeing 747 has been kept on standby for the evacuation of Indians from Wuhan and the aircraft is waiting for the Centre`s decision regarding the evacuation.
Sedition case filed against school management in Karnataka`s Bidar for anti-CAA play
Karnataka Police on Tuesday (January 28) filed a case of sedition against the management of a school in Bidar for staging a anti-CAA play.
Top news of the day, January 28, 2020
Here's a roundup of top stories from the world of politics, sports, and entertainment, which grabbed the spotlight and trended the most on various social media platforms on January 28.  
Pakistan must take demonstrable steps against terror groups launching attacks in India from its soil: Rajnath Singh
Singh slammed Pakistan for using terror as an instrument of its foreign and security policy, adding that it has promoted radicalism and terrorism in the region. He further said that India has made clear that talks and terror canno
Madhya Pradesh BJP MLA Narayan Tripathi opposes CAA, says country cannot be divided along religious lines
Madhya Pradesh BJP MLA Narayan Tripathi on Tuesday (January 28) said that he was against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the proposed nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC), adding that it is not right to divide th
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray inaugurates Nagpur Metro`s Aqua line through video conferencing
Known as the Aqua Line, a total of 24.50 kms of metro with six stations has become operational for the people of the state`s second capital, while another five stations are likely to be operational by April, said an official.
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New Zealand vs India, 3rd T20I Dream11 Prediction: Best picks for NZ vs IND
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Centre begins process to evacuate Indians from China
Several airports in the country have also started making screening arrangements regarding the awareness and prevention of coronavirus.

'Ayee, you know what I told you': WATCH Yuzvendra Chahal asking Martin?Guptill to repeat Hindi cuss word again
India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was recently in the news, but not for his on-field antics but for his off-field conversation with New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill.

'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' set to become fourth ever film to collect over 40 crore in third week
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is especially impressive in Maharashtra where it is breaking the records set by Bahubali - The Conclusion.

Rajnath Singh slams Pakistan for promoting radicalism; says 'talks and terror cannot go together'
The Defence Minister was on this day attending the 12th South Asia Conference on 'India's Neighbourhood First Policy: Regional Perceptions' in New Delhi

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Abhijit Banerjee Terms Several Schemes of WB Govt 'Interesting'; Receives Honorary D Litt from Alma Mater
The nobel laureate, who hails from the city, met the chief minister at the state secretariat along with his mother Nirmala Banerjee, also an economist, and held discussion on the government development schemes for the people for nearly an hour, officials said.

UK Court Hears India's Appeal in Extradition Case of Couple Facing Murder Charges of Adopted Son
Arti Dhir and her husband Kaval Raijada are wanted in India for the murder of 11-year-old Gopal and brother-in-law in Gujarat three years ago.

Sharjeel Imam Surrendered Before Delhi Police and is Willing to Cooperate With Probe, Says His Lawyer
Advocate Mishika Singh told PTI that Imam was willing to cooperate with the investigation. She also said that the JNU scholar has not yet been brought to Delhi and they are in the process of figuring out details.

European Quarantined in Goa With Coronavirus-like Symptoms: Health Minister
Goa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said that the patient, the coastal state's first suspected coronavirus case, had landed at Goa airport via Delhi, following a visit to China.

Traffic Restrictions, Diversions in Place for Beating Retreat Ceremony in Delhi Tomorrow
Vijay Chowk will be closed for traffic from 2 pm to 9.30 pm, according to an advisory issued by the Delhi Police.

African Cheetahs Could Soon Be Seen in India after SC Allows Their Introduction to Suitable Habitat
The court also said the decision to relocate the African cheetah will be taken after a proper survey and the action of introduction of the animal will be left to the National Tiger Conservation Authority's discretion.

Land Procurement Process Begins for Installation of Lord Ram's Statue in Ayodhya
Land measuring 85-hectares to be acquired for the purpose is located at a distance of about five kilometres from the temple town of Ayodhya.

Delhi Election: Video War Between AAP and BJP Over Conditions of Delhi Schools
They urged the Bharatiya Janata Party to not "insult children and parents" by projecting half-truths.

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Tue Jan 28 2020  Australian Dollar 48.1464
Tue Jan 28 2020  British Pound Sterling 92.5926
Tue Jan 28 2020  Canadian Dollar 54.0541
Tue Jan 28 2020  European Euro 78.4314
Tue Jan 28 2020  United States Dollar 71.2758

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Gold steady as coronavirus fears offset stronger dollar
Gold prices were little changed on Tuesday as rising concerns over the fast-spreading coronavirus in China and its economic impact offset a firmer do

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Endangered cheetahs can return to Indian forests - court
The world's fastest land animal was hunted into extinction in the country more than 70 years ago.

The silenced YouTube stars of Indian-administered Kashmir
Kashmiri Kalkharabs, a popular Kashmiri YouTube channel, has been forced into silence since August.

Air India: Can the national carrier finally find a buyer?
The Indian government has said it will sell its entire stake in the loss-making national airline.

Nambi Narayanan: The fake spy scandal that blew up a rocket scientist’s career
Falsely charged with selling secrets to Pakistan, Nambi Narayanan's life was knocked off course.

George Soros attacks Modi, Trump and Xi
"The world would be a better place if they weren't in power," Mr Soros said at Davos.

Laurence Fox apologises to Sikhs for 'clumsy' 1917 comments
He tweets his apology after questioning the "oddness of casting" a Sikh soldier in the film 1917.

Plant life 'expanding over the Himalayas'
Vegetation is expanding at high altitudes across the Himalayas - including the Everest region.

Shaheen Bagh: The women occupying Delhi street against citizenship law
Hundreds of Muslim women are braving the Delhi winter to protest against a new Indian citizenship law.

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Swiss residency, startup incubation and real estate investments: All on offer for Indians, others
The new venture, IDDI Investments, will also help people in identifying their target investments, including in distressed companies in their areas of interest and sectors like renewable energy, pharma, biotechnology and information technology.

Person of Indian Origin (PIO) figures in Europe’s biggest tax heist
They fooled the system in a way that that two investors could claim refunds for taxes that were paid just once.

Priya Serrao: Miss Immigrant
Growing up in Melbourne, Hyderabad-born Priya Serrao felt like an outsider. Then one day, the lawyer was chosen Miss Universe Australia.

Indian-American among NASA's new astronauts; all set to conquer Moon, Mars
Raja Jon Vurputoor Chari, an Indian-American US Air Force colonel, is among 11 new NASA graduates who have successfully completed their over two years' of basic astronaut training . Astronaut candidate training included practice, and testing in spacewalking, robotics, International Space Station systems, T-38 jet proficiency, and Russian language.

Indian government should fix major loopholes in OCI card: Indian-American activist
Under the provisions of the OCI card, those below 20 years and above 50 years need to renew their OCI card every time they have their passport renewed. Though this provision had been there for the past several years, it's only now that at the instructions of the Indian home ministry that it was being strictly enforced by international airlines.

16 Indian-Americans briefly stranded at JFK airport for not carrying old cancelled passports
At least 16 Indian-Americans with valid OCI cards headed to New Delhi from the US experienced some anxious moments at the John F Kennedy airport on Sunday as the national carrier Air India was unable to process their boarding passes since they were not carrying their old cancelled passports.

Indian-American Dr Monisha Ghosh named 1st woman Chief Technology Officer of US' communications commission
An independent US government agency overseen by Congress, the FCC is the federal agency responsible for implementing and enforcing America's communications law and regulations.

Indian-American entrepreneur Krishna Bansal to run for Congress
Bansal, who will enter the race from 11th Congressional District of Illinois from the Republican Party, launched his campaign over the weekend, which among others was attended by more than 20 elected officials, eminent Indian-American leaders and community members of his constituency.

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Houses to be allotted to Mamidyala oustees from Jan. 30
Collector, Gajwel RDO visited Tunki Bollaram two days ago

Vijaya Sai sure of Vizag becomingExecutive capital
None can stop it, says YSRCP leader

Arrear settlement adalats soon for industrialists: Jayarajan
Govt to set up academy to smoothen State’s industry

SSC exams under CCTV surveillance
‘SSC exams under CCTV surveillance’Collector K. Shashanka warned teachers and others involved in conducting the SSC examinations of stern action if th

India summons Pakistan High Commission official, issues demarche over Hindu girl’s abduction
The 24-year-old girl was allegedly abducted by armed assailants from her wedding venue and forcibly converted to Islam before being married off to a Muslim man.

President to inaugurate Kanha Santi Vanam in RR district on February 2
President Ramnath Kovind is scheduled to arrive in the city on February 1 on a two-day visit to the State in connection with the inauguration of medit

Move on Council abolition a hasty one, says Ganta
He denies pressure on Shariff by TDP

‘Embargo on Net deprivesJ&K youth of LIC jobs’
The posts are filled by those from other States: AIIEA leader

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India Restores Some Internet Access in Kashmir After Long Shutdown
The announcement applied only to 301 websites, and many Kashmiris said they were still in an information black hole.

At Border of 2 Nuclear-Armed Nations: Machine Guns, Anxiety and Dancing
Every evening along the India-Pakistan border, the two sides stage enormous nationalistic pep rallies, whose highlight is a military “stomp-off.”

Mystery of the Royal Family of Oudh Unravels a Bit More
Times readers and government documents have provided new information about a family who for decades convinced journalists and Indian officials that they were royalty.

Indian General Talks of ‘Deradicalization Camps’ for Kashmiris
It’s unclear what Gen. Bipin Rawat, chief of India’s defense staff, meant. But rights activists fear that something like what China has introduced for Uighurs could be coming.

Avalanches Sweep Through Kashmir, Killing Dozens
Whole families were buried in the Pakistani-controlled portion of the disputed territory, and rescuers are risking their own lives.

Air Pollution, Evolution, and the Fate of Billions of Humans
It’s not just a modern problem. Airborne toxins are so pernicious that they may have shaped our DNA over millions of years.

Behind Campus Attack in India, Some See a Far-Right Agenda
Hindu nationalists view Jawaharlal Nehru University, where a mob rampaged last weekend, as “a symbol of everything that is bad in this country,” one analyst said.

Masked Men Attack Students in Rampage at University in New Delhi
Dozens were hurt by attackers who shouted Hindu slogans. Some students said they belonged to a far-right Hindu group, which denied involvement.

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Start-Ups That Burn Investor Money Won't Get Second Chance: Ratan Tata
Mr Tata, who also invests in start-ups, also said old-age businesses will recede and the young founders of innovative companies are the future leaders of the Indian industry.
Police Case Against Karnataka School After Drama On Citizenship Law
A police case was registered against a school in Karnataka's Bidar district after a video of its students enacting a drama was widely circulated on social media.
"Many Died In Notes Ban Queues, Why Not Shaheen Bagh": BJP's Dilip Ghosh
Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh today kicked up yet another controversy by wondering why nobody was dying at the Shaheen Bagh protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act when several people had lost...
UPPCL JE Trainee Exam Result Released. Check Here
The UPPCL result has been released on the official website of the Corporation at upenergy.in.
'Malang' Song 'Phir Na Milen Kabhi': Aditya And Disha's Heartbreak Tale
Earlier this month, the makers had released the title track of Malang and two other songs, namely Chal Ghar Chalein and Humraah
Task Force For Students' Visa Issues Being Set Up: HRD Minister
Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Tuesday said the Centre is setting up a task force to address visa-related issues of foreign students.
Ather 450X: Variants, Specifications And Pricing Explained
The Ather 450X has been launched with two performance plans - the Ather 450X Plus and Ather 450X Pro. Here's a look at how much it will cost and what are the differences in the two variants.
Andhra School Girl Found Dead On Rail Track; Family Suspects Rape, Murder
A school girl was found dead on a railway track in Palasa town of Andhra Pradesh, about 560 km from state capital Amaravati, on Sunday, police said.
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CAA protests: Either follow Ambedkar's Constitution or tear and throw it away, says BJP MLA

CAA protests: Either follow Ambedkar's Constitution or tear and throw it away, says BJP MLASpeaking on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), BJP leader Narayan Tripathi said that either we should follow BR Ambedkar's Constitution or we should just tear and throw it away. BJP MLA Narayan Tripathi said, "We should either follow BR Ambedkar's Constitution or we should just tear and throw it away. The Constitution of India says that division can't be done on the basis of religion in our country, still the country is being divided".



Don't do anything that is not in nation's interest: Nitish on JNU student Sharjeel Imam's arrest

Don't do anything that is not in nation's interest: Nitish on JNU student Sharjeel Imam's arrestBihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on January 28 reacted on JNU student Sharjeel Imam, who hails from Jahanabad arrested by Delhi police over his 'Assam cut off from India' remark. He said, "Nobody should do anything that is not in the interest of the nation. The accusations and the arrest, court will decide on the matter."



Govt contacting with Chinese authorities to bring back Indians from China: Harsh Vardhan

Govt contacting with Chinese authorities to bring back Indians from China: Harsh VardhanUnion Health Minister Harsh Vardhan talked about the Coronavirus and bring back Indians from China. He said that the government is contacting with Chinese authorities to bring back Indians from China. He said that once they are brought back to India, they will be kept in quarantine for 2 weeks and necessary medical facilities will be provided to them.



Coronavirus: Embassy is in contact with Chinese govt to evacuate Indians, says EAM

Coronavirus: Embassy is in contact with Chinese govt to evacuate Indians, says EAMExternal Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that Indian Embassy is in contact with the Chinese government. "Our Embassy is in contact with the Chinese government. We are trying to evacuate people, most of whom are students, from Wuhan city by sending a plane. Efforts are on, I can assure you that Govt of India is working on it and very soon some solution will be found," said EAM.



Congress is at war against Hindu community of India: Himanta Biswa

Congress is at war against Hindu community of India: Himanta BiswaAssam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the Congress is at war against the Hindu community of India. He said, "If you look at the Congress' language, activities and their public statement, I have no hesitation in making the statement with lot of conviction that the Congress is now at war against Hindu community of this country." He also added, "In Guwahati at least, Popular Front of India (PFI) has actively associated themselves with the movement (anti CAA protests). We have seized certain documents from PFI's office that use symbolic language, we are trying to decode it."



JNU student Sharjeel Imam arrested in Jehanabad for 'cut off Assam from India' remark

JNU student Sharjeel Imam arrested in Jehanabad for 'cut off Assam from India' remarkSharjeel Imam, the JNU student on January 28 has been arrested from Bihar's Jehanabad by the Delhi Police. The JNU student had been booked for sedition by police. Imam stoked controversy with his "cut off Assam from India" remark. Jehanabad Police had detained Sharjeel's younger brother Muzammil Imam in the wee hours. The Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Sunday booked Sharjeel for his controversial speech that he allegedly made a few days ago.



Only India's youth can compete with China: Rahul Gandhi

Only India's youth can compete with China: Rahul GandhiCongress leader Rahul Gandhi addressed 'yuva aakrosh rally' in Rajasthan's Jaipur. Addressing the rally, Rahul Gandhi said, "Even today ask an 8-year-old, did demonetisation benefit you or harm you? Child will say harm. Earlier we were competing with China but now sadly, China has left us far behind. If there is anyone who can compete with China, it is India's youth."



We're proud that India has young population but thinking should be young too: PM Modi

We're proud that India has young population but thinking should be young too: PM ModiAddressing the National Cadet Corps rally in the national capital, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that thinking of the country should be young as India has young population. "A country where youth is disciplined, has the power and determination, it can never be stopped on its path to development. India has a young population, we're proud of it but the thinking of the country should be young too,"said PM Modi during NCC rally at Cariappa Parade Ground.



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'Maybe 10, 15 years later, Rahul may mature'
'This business of monopoly of one family must end.''Here, they picked up a few leaders for him as he needed support which was okay, but later, they became his cronies.'

Trump didn't conspire with Russia: US attorney general
'While this (Mueller's) report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him" and sets out evidence on "both sides of the question'

Update: Bumrah has 'recovered' after hurting shoulder
His condition will be 'assessed' on Monday, the Mumbai Indians team management said.

How Rishabh Pant brightened his WC selection prospects
I am glad to bat anywhere the team wants me to: Pant

How to enhance your medical insurance coverage
A sum insured of Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh may have been sufficient seven-eight years ago but would be inadequate today, especially for people living in metros, points out Sanjay Kumar Singh.

This athlete's fitness journey will baffle you
Raipur's Nami Rai didn't let marriage or lack of sporting facilities affect her love for fitness.

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY
'I am 51 now. I think I can do action till 56.' 'After that, God knows.'


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