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BJP 'not very keen' on forming coalition government with Shiv Sena in Maharashtra
As back channel talks continued between Shiv Sena and BJP to explore the possibility of a coalition government in Maharashtra, there were strong indications on Saturday that the latter may form a government on its own with NCP's outside support in keeping with the "sentiment" in the party.


UP government sacks 72 chairmen, advisors of state minister rank
The chief minister has sacked 72 chairmen and advisors of different organisations and institutions with immediate effect.


Netaji deputy, Nehru aide ACN Nambiar was Soviet spy: British documents
A deputy of freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, an "old friend" of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and a former Indian ambassador, ACN Nambiar, has been described as a Soviet spy.


Delhi: 19 injured in communal clashes in Trilokpuri
At least nineteen people were injured including five with gunshot injuries after communal clashes erupted in Trilokpuri in east Delhi on Saturday.


Three flying squads in each Jammu assembly constituency: DEO
Three flying squad surveillance teams would be deployed in each constituency of the Jammu district to keep a tab on the expenditure incurred by candidates and to check the use of muscle and money power in the upcoming assembly elections in the state.


BJP shying away from polls in Delhi: Congress, AAP
AAP and Congress have been demanding dissolution of Delhi assembly to pave the way for holding of fresh polls.


BJP welcomes announcement of poll schedule for J&K
The Election Commission announced a five-phase election to the state assembly beginning November 25.


Man dies while trying to board a moving train at New Delhi railway station
A man died at the New Delhi Railway station trying to board a moving train. There was heavy rush at the station ahead of Chhat Puja.


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US firm fine for underpaying Indians
US authorities penalise a Silicon Valley company for "grossly underpaying" eight workers brought over from India for a special project.

Google doodle for India Mars mission
Google marks the success of India's Mars mission in its famous daily doodle, exactly one month after a robotic probe went into orbit around the red planet.

Indian media: Modi in Kashmir
Media say the PM's trip to Indian-administered Kashmir was an attempt to woo voters, but also sent a message to Pakistan.

Hindu activists 'attack India cafe'
Members of the governing BJP's youth wing vandalise a coffee shop, decrying meetings there between boys and girls.

Piracy row Scot 'struggles' in India
A Scottish man trapped in India by a dispute over anti-piracy operations says he is struggling to support himself.

Indian PM's face sells fireworks
Narendra Modi has the most appealing face for Diwali fireworks buyers this year.

India boss distributes cars as gifts
A diamond merchant in India's Gujarat state gifts his employees cars, jewellery and homes worth $8m (£5m) as a reward for meeting targets.

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

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Five-phase poll in J&K, Jharkhand
Assembly elections in Jharkhand and flood-ravaged Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) will be conducted in five phases from November 25 to December 20, the Election Commission announced on Saturday.Polling will be held on November 25, December 2, December 9, December 14 and December 20. The counting of votes in both the states will be held on December 23.The term of the 81-member Jharkhand Assembly will expire on January 3, while the term of the 87-member Jammu and Kashmir Assembly will end on January 19.By-polls for three Assembly constituencies—Mehrauli, Tughlakabad and Krishna Nagar—i

Election dates leave NC upset
As the Election Commission (EC) announced the schedule for holding Assembly elections in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, the decision did not go down well with the ruling National Conference (NC).Reacting to Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath’s announcement of holding five-phase polls in the state from November 25 to December 20, NC general secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar said, “We opposed the elections at this point of time because we felt that this is not the opportune time as the people are battling the aftermath of the flood tragedy that has befallen the st

BJP to bank on Modi again
The BJP is set to turn to Prime Minister Narendra Modi again for another hectic campaign for Assembly elections in Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir.As indicated by BJP chief Amit Shah, the party will not project any leader as chief ministerial candidate in the polls. Neither will it seek an alliance.Instead, the BJP will rely on the “Modi wave”, which helped it in Maharashtra and Haryana. BJP leaders are counting on Modi's campaign for an easy victory in Jharkhand because they believe the Congress and other opposition parties are yet to recover from the Lok Sabha poll debacle.

Defence projects worth Rs 80k cr okayed
The Centre on Saturday cleared several defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore, including building six submarines indigenously, purchasing over 8,000 Israeli anti-tank guided missiles and 12 upgraded Dornier surveillance aircraft.A high-level meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), chaired by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, took the key decisions as part of the government’s efforts to equip the armed forces with modern weapons.The meeting was attended by the defence secretary, the chiefs of all three services, the DRDO chief and other senior officials. The decision to manufa

Modi lauds media for turning 'pen into broom'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met journalists for the first time after assuming office.In a bid to change the notion that he avoided the media, Modi sought to send out the message that he wants to rebuild his relationship with it. The occasion was “Diwali Milan”, organised by the BJP's media cell at the party headquarters in Delhi.Recalling his days as a BJP functionary in Delhi, when he used to stay at the party headquarters as an office-bearer before becoming chief minister of Gujarat, Modi said, “I used to put chairs here for you people. Those were differen

Akhilesh dismisses 82 MoS-rank leaders
In an apparent bid to send a strong message to the party leaders that non-performance would not be tolerated, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday dismissed as many as 82 leaders who held posts equivalent to ministerial rank.Akhilesh had, during the recent Samajwadi Party (SP) national convention, hinted that those who had not performed up to the expectation would be shown the door and they would be replaced with fresh faces.According to the sources in the SP, the chief minister was sore with the senior leaders after the party lost in the bypolls even the regions to which th

Balabrooie will stay, says CM
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday said that the government has no plans to demolish the historical Balabrooie Guest House. The chief minister, however, has not dismissed the idea of having a Legislators Club within the guest house premises. Fears of a political backlash appears to be one of the prime reasons behind Siddaramaiah rejecting a cabinet colleague’s suggestion on shifting the legislators club from Balabrooie. The guest house is nestled in a 14-acre plot, while the structure occupies 3 acres and 37 guntas.Sensing the mood among Bangaloreans who are agitated over the p

Maya to undertake major rejig in BSP
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati has decided to undertake a major rejig in the party organisation in the politically crucial state of Uttar Pradesh to “prepare” it for the Assembly polls in the state due in early 2017.The move comes after the BSP’s humiliation at the hustings in the recent Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections, and is fuelled by the fear that the party could be forced to the margins in state electoral politics. The BSP’s poor performance in the two states could cost the party its national status, according to the party leaders. BSP sou

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Airbus may partner Tatas for military transport planes
French aircraft giant Airbus is likely to tie up with the Tatas to manufacture transport planes for the defence sector, sources familiar with the development told TOI.

102 Air India pilots found flying with lapsed licences
Air India has discovered that as many as 102 pilots of its Boeing fleet have been flying without clearing a mandatory test that helps keep their licences valid.

Modi retweets photos of Tharoor, praises him for cleanliness drive in Thiruvananthapuram
Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Congress leader Shashi Tharoor today who launched a cleanliness drive on Kovalam beach and personally collected garbage bags.

Tussle over Maharashtra CM post may hit BJP’s image, RSS fears
BJP chief ministerial contender Devendra Fadnavis and Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari, who has caused rumblings within the party because his supporters are demanding that he be made the CM, separately met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Nagpur within a few hours of each other on Friday night and Saturday.

Akhilesh sacks 70 ‘lal batti’ ministers for non-performance
Reasserting his authority, chief minister Akhilesh Yadav, in a sudden move on saturday evening, sacked 70 persons holding the minister of state (mos) rank allegedly for non-performance and serving their own interests.

Techie’s cyber battle with cancer wins UN prize
In August 2013, when he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma—a rare type of blood cancer —Rahul Yadav went online to check how long he had. He was 28, had been doing very well at an IT company, and had just tied the knot with his girlfriend; he was just getting started. “I read survival is about two years,” he says and adds laughing, “We’re techies. What we see online we tend to believe.”

4 shot at in east Delhi’s Trilokpuri over rioting, 33 held
Four people were shot at during a clash between two communities over a petty issue in east Delhi's Trilokpuri area, police said, adding that 33 people have been arrested.

Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar cross 100,000
Chris Lewa, director of the nonprofit advocacy group Arakan Project, said there has been a huge surge since October 15, with an average of 900 people per day piling into cargo ships parked off Rakhine state.

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Ministries told to fix project deadlines
In a break from the past the Narendra Modi government has asked ministries to fix deadlines and detailed timelines of all projects and proposals right down to the tentative dates for receiving cabinet approvals for each scheme
Kejriwal accuses BJP of trying to fudge voters lists
Days after the Election Commission began revision of electoral rolls in the city Aam Aadmi Party AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused the BJP of trying to fudge voters lists
NSA other top officials to visit Burdwan tomorrow
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will visit Burdwan on Monday along with top officials from the home ministry Intelligence Bureau Research and Analysis Wing and the National Investigation Agency which is probing the October 2
RSS disowns Kesari article after Congress criticism
The RSS Saturdaynbspdissociated itself from a controversial article published in its Malayalam mouthpiece that Nathuram Godse should have targeted Jawaharlal Nehru instead of Mahatma Gandhi as he was responsible for the Partition
SP sacks MoSrank chairmen advisors
In a significant move chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday removed most of 82 politically appointed chairmen advisors and members of various public sector undertakings PSUs and various other public bodies
RSSbacked govt plan to reshape northeast policy
The eight states of the Northeast and their problems are one of the key engagement areas of the Modiled government The development is in tune with the many big ticket reforms and programmes announced by the Centre across the count
Jharkhand 14yearold raped in moving vehicle
A 14yearold girl from Bihar was allegedly raped in a moving SUV in the presence of her mother in Jharkhands Koderma district police said on Saturday
BJP is now becoming permanently pollready
Whether the BJP achieves its mission to have an India sans Congress will be watched keenly as a dozen states go to the polls in the coming months but the outcome of the elections in one state UP could be of special interest writes
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Bangalore Rape case, one arrested
Bangalore, Oct.25 (ANI): The Bangalore Police on Saturday arrested an individual in connection with the ongoing case of rape of a 3 year old girl in a nursery school.

Government clears defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crores
New Delhi, Oct. 25 (ANI): Giving a major boost to India's defence preparedness, the Government on Saturday cleared defence projects amounting to 80,000 crore rupees.

BJP welcomes EC announcing poll dates for J-K, hopes people will elect them for good governance
New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday welcomed the Election Commission's decision to announce assembly poll dates for Jammu and Kashmir and also called upon the voters of the state to give BJP a chance if they wish to usher in good governance in the state.

Congress welcomes EC decision of holding polls on time in J-K
New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): Welcoming the Election Commission's decision for holding the assembly elections on time in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday stated that his party will try its best to emerge as the single largest party and downplayed of any scope of the BJP forming government in the state.

Lack of primary healthcare reason behind high rate of infant deaths, says PM Modi
Mumbai, Oct.25 (ANI): Raising concern on the high rate of infant deaths in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the main reason behind such deaths is the lack of primary health care services and underlined the need for the government and the society to give priority to make basic healthcare service available to the poorest of the poor.

President to inaugurate Accountants' General Conference on Monday
New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the Accountants' General Conference scheduled next week which will review the international best practices prevalent in audit and accounting.

EC announces five phased polling for Jharkhand and J-K
New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): The Election Commission on Saturday announced that elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand will be held in five-phases beginning from November 25.

Authenticity of ADR report must be verified: Sitaram Yechury
New Delhi, Oct.25 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Saturday said the authenticity of the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) report, according to which the assets of NDA ministers has increased significantly after coming to power, must be verified.

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Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 cr
Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 cr New Delhi: Defence projects worth a whopping Rs 80,000 crore were today cleared by the government which decided that six submarines will be made indigenously and over 8,000 Israeli anti-tank guided missiles and 12 upgraded Dornier surveillance aircraft will be purchased.The decisions were taken following a meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council, chaired by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley, that lasted for over two hours with Defence Secretary, the Chiefs of all three services, DRDO Chief and other senior officials attending it.The bulk of the decisions went in favour of the Navy that was in dire need of up-gradation and capability enhancemen

EC announces five-phase polls in J-K, Jharkhand from Nov 25 to Dec 20, counting on Dec 23
EC announces five-phase polls in J-K, Jharkhand from Nov 25 to Dec 20, counting on Dec 23 New Delhi:  Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand will be held in five phases between November 25 and December 20 and counting of votes will take place on December 23, the Election Commission announced today. Polling in both states will take place on November 25, December 2, 9, 14 and 20, Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath said at a press conference here. Bye-elections to three assembly seats in Delhi, which fell vacant after their MLAs resigned following their victories in Lok Sabha polls, will be held on November 25. Brushing aside demands from some quarters, mainly the ruling National Conference, that e

PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Sir HN Reliance foundation hospital
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Sir HN Reliance foundation hospital Mumbai: Describing neonatal and maternal mortality rates as a matter of grave concern, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government wanted to effectively use its ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ campaigns to reach healthcare to the country’s poorest of the poor.  Stressing upon cleanliness and hygiene, he said preventive care was the most important component of overall healthcare and also inexpensive.“It is embarrassing to compare healthcare facilities in our country with those available abroad. Neonatal mortality is a matter of grave concern and so is maternal mortality.  “When

You have turned pen into broom, Narendra Modi tells journalists
You have turned pen into broom, Narendra Modi tells journalists New Delhi: Addressing the journalists at the ‘Diwali milan’ function today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it’s great to see that scribes have turned their pens into brooms.“Aapne apni kalam ko hi jhaadu mei badal diya hai, main sochta hoon yeh bahut bada kaam hai,” Modi said.Thanking the media for the extensive coverage of cleanliness issues in India, Modi said, “In last one month, I have read several articles on ‘Swachta’, a lot is being discussed in social media too. I believe there are several columnists who have written for years but are writing on ‘Swachta’ for first ti

Gadkari meets RSS chief, says no discussion on Maharashtra politics
Gadkari meets RSS chief, says no discussion on Maharashtra politics Nagpur: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and discussed ‘important’ issues but said there was no talk on politics in Maharashtra where the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in the process of forming government.The meeting took place a day after Maharashtra BJP president Devendra Fadnavis, said to be a front-runner for the Chief Ministership, called on the RSS chief.The Lok Sabha MP from Nagpur came to Sangh building in Mahal in eastern part of the city on a two-wheeler."I met Sarsarsanghchalaji (Bhagwat). It was a routine visit during Diwali like every year. Yes we discussed many imp

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Modi’s Idea of India
Hindu nationalists are vengeful nativists who recoil from the West while promoting their own religious and racial supremacy.

In India, Revealing the Children Left Behind
A nationwide, door-to-door testing initiative has become a mobilizing force for better-quality education.

Indian Politician Pledges Payments to Families of Supporters Who Died in Distress for Her
The party of Jayalalithaa Jayaram, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu, says 193 followers have died or committed suicide since she was imprisoned for corruption.

Oct. 21, 2014 — Pictures of the Day
Photos from South Africa, Hong Kong, India and the United States.

Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party Gains Seats in Key State Votes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party won the most seats in two important Indian state elections where votes were counted on Sunday.

India: Politician Is Granted Bail
Jayalalithaa Jayaram, the former chief minister of the state of Tamil Nadu who was sentenced to four years in prison for corruption last month, was granted bail pending her appeal.

Asia’s American Angst
Modi’s India is not rising fast enough to offset China. That leaves America, but it feels absent.

India Picks Top Economic Aide, Formerly of I.M.F.
The development economist Arvind Subramanian will fill a post vacant since Raghuram Rajan left last year to become the central bank governor.

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Taking Apple Pay for a Spin - Barron's

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Taking Apple Pay for a Spin
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Apple Pay, launched last week, could help. It links your credit and debit cards to a secure iPhone chip. In typical Apple AAPL 0.3720309071830583% Apple Inc. U.S.: Nasdaq USD105.22 0.39 0.3720309071830583% /Date(1414184400783-0500)/ Volume ...
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Sena ready to form Maharashtra Govt with BJP: Athawale

Shiv Sena ready to form Maharashtra Govt with BJP: AthawaleRepublican Party of India chief Ramdas Athawale, who met Uddhav Thackeray here on Friday, said the Shiv Sena is ready to form an alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for government formation in Maharashtra.



Rajnath Singh slams Pak firing

India's new Home Minister Singh greets media as he leaves office after taking charge inside the home ministry in New DelhiWith the Pakistan Assembly passing a resolution against so called Indian 'aggression', Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Indian security forces have never started the firing along the International Border (IB) or the Line of Control (LoC).



BJP set to inform SC it is seeking fresh Delhi polls

BJP supporters pour in to streets to welcome Modi in SrinagarThe Centre is expected to inform the Supreme Court on October 28 that it is ready to hold elections in Delhi. Sources in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not in favour of forming the government with the current mandate.



Musharraf rules out conflict with India

FILE - In this Monday, April 15, 2013 file photo, Pakistan's former President and military ruler Pervez Musharraf addresses his party supporters at his house in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan's main federal investigative agency has “irrefutable proof” that former military ruler Musharraf illegally declared a state of emergency in 2007, according to a report it released Wednesday, May 14, 2014, as the one-time leader now faces a high treason trial over the declaration. (B.K. Bangash, File)Former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf rubbished the theory that the recent face-off between Indian and Pakistani forces began after India beat Pakistan in the Asian Games, calling it a "cock and bull story".



Modi tells jawans in Siachen: We sleep peacefully because of you

Modi media APPrime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday flew to Siachen Glacier at the start of his visit to Jammu and Kashmir and expressed solidarity with troops deployed at the world's highest battlefield.



NY doctor back from Guinea has Ebola, 1st in city

Volunteers of German army Bundeswehr, wearing protective suits, are seen in dressing area during Ebola training session at the Marseille barracks in AppenAn emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, becoming the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation.



Google doodle celebrates Mangalyaan success

Google doodleGoogle has put out a special doodle on its home page for India, that has marked 'Mangalyaan's' one month in Mars orbit.



School staff member detained for nursery student's rape

Delhi Gang rape protests ReutersA three-year-old girl child studying in a private school in Bangalore was allegedly sexually abused in her nursery class on Tuesday, police said.



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Modi brings down 'wall' between media and him - Times of India

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Modi brings down 'wall' between media and him
Times of India
NEW DELHI: There was always a curtain of mistrust between the Delhi media and Narendra Modi as he smarted under the feeling of having been unfairly targeted. This curtain only seemed to have grown thicker when Modi, after his elevation as Prime ...
Modi takes tea, but no questions, in first press event as PMDaily Times
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When the Shah came marching in - Hindustan Times

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When the Shah came marching in
Hindustan Times
With the October 19 results relegating the ruling Congress to a humiliating third position in the Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections, and the unprecedented electoral victories wrested by the Bharatiya Janata Party, a man with a grey beard is relaxing ...
For News on BJP-Sena Reunion, All Eyes on PM Modi's High Tea TodayNDTV
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Election Commission announces poll dates for J&K, Jharkhand - Times of India

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Election Commission announces poll dates for J&K, Jharkhand
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Sounding the bugle for the fourth face-off between Congress and BJP in the space of a year, the Election Commission on Saturday announced a five-phase assembly poll in Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand from November 25 to December 20.
Five-phase polls in JK, Jharkhand from Nov 25Chandigarh Tribune
Election dates leave NC upsetDeccan Herald
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Akhilesh sacks 70 'lal batti' ministers - Times of India

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Akhilesh sacks 70 'lal batti' ministers
Times of India
@timesgroup.com. Lucknow: Reasserting his authority, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, in a sudden move on Saturday evening, sacked 70 persons holding the minister of state (MoS) rank allegedly for non-performance and serving their own interests.
Akhilesh first sacks 82 MoS rank holders, then spares 16Firstpost
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Most schools may skip Ekta Diwas for Diwali break - Times of India

Daily News & Analysis

Most schools may skip Ekta Diwas for Diwali break
Times of India
MUMBAI: Several schools affiliated to CBSE are not likely to be able to celebrate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, as directed by the board, on October 31. The CBSE on Friday put up a circular on its website, directing all its schools to observe ...
Patel's birth anniversary to be observed as 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas'Zee News
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East Delhi simmers for 24 hrs, 13 hurt in riots - Indian Express

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East Delhi simmers for 24 hrs, 13 hurt in riots
Indian Express
More than 70 miscreants have been arrested so far in connection with the incident and combing operations are on. (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna). Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Posted: October 25, 2014 10:02 pm | Updated: October 26, ...
Centre had alerted police about tensionTimes of India
Delhi's Trilokpuri tense after fresh clashes; cops among 35 hurt; 70 heldChandigarh Tribune
Prohibitory orders clamped after communal clashes in Delhi's Trilokpuri, 60 heldHindustan Times
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On eve of swearing-in, admn in overdrive - Indian Express

Indian Express

On eve of swearing-in, admn in overdrive
Indian Express
The administrations of Chandigarh and Panchkula were in an overdrive Saturday making preparations for the arrival of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. Both Chandigarh and Panchkula were given a facelift ahead of the swearing in ceremony of ...
Prime Minister, Senior BJP Leaders to Attend Manohar Lal Khattar's Swearing-In ...NDTV
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Wife of Sailor, Who Reportedly Accused Seniors of Corruption, Complains ... - NDTV

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Wife of Sailor, Who Reportedly Accused Seniors of Corruption, Complains ...
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Sunil Kumar Sahu, shipwright artificer at INS Kattabomman, Vijayanarayanam, in Tirunelveli, which comes under the Eastern Naval command, had allegedly raised allegations of corruption against his commanding officers. Sahu's wife Aarti said he was ...
Sailor's wife alleges Navy plotThe Asian Age

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Kudumbasree Radio goes on air
Kudumbasree Radio, a radio broadcast programme launched in association with the All India Radio, Kannur station, for beneficiaries of the Kudumbasree Mission in the district, was inaugurated by So...
The spar over split continues
CPI, CPI(M) organs further the debate over 1964
MPs’ special task force to tackle power, water sharing issues
Task force to be headed by Union Minister Gajapathi Raju
The god of death is worshipped here!
On ‘Yama Dwitheeya,’ devotees make a beeline for the shrine at Dharmapuri
Maoist joins mainstream
A young tribal Maoist recruit from Somwarpet Kolamguda in Khanapur mandal, Sidam Laxman, on Saturday surrendered before the district police after spending over two months with an underground dalam...
Rs. 45 cr. to boost healthcare in government hospitals
All the government hospitals in the State would get a facelift with a cost of Rs.45 crore, besides establishing 1000 generic medical shops across the State in a few months, Health Minister Kamineni...
Wild tuskers hold up rail traffic
An 18-member herd of wild elephants emerged on the railway track, leading to holding up of traffic for an hour. The pachyderms destroyed crops along the railway track. The forest officials...
Ministers seek to put KCR on mat
We ready for talks with Telangana Chief Minister, says Deputy Chief Minister
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Patel`s birth anniversary to be observed as `Rashtriya Ekta Diwas`
 Government has decided to observe the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on October 31 as the 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas' (National Unity Day) every year, as a mark of tribute to the efforts of the country's first Home Mini
India calls for stronger action against biological weapons
Warning against terrorists trying to get biological weapons, India has called for stronger international action to contain their spread.
India rejects US` Javelin missiles for Israel`s `Spike`
India on Saturday decided to buy 8,356 Spike anti-tank guided missile and 321 launchers from Israel for Rs 3,200 crore, rejecting US offer of Javelin missiles that Washington was lobbying hard for.
Congress slams BJP over controversial RSS piece, asks Modi to clarify
Congress on Saturday slammed RSS and BJP for their alleged "distasteful, malicious distortion of history" and demanded a statement from Prime Minister Narendra Modi over an article in an RSS mouthpiece which suggests that Nathura
RSS distances from controversial article on Godse
RSS on Saturday dissociated itself from a controversial article published in its Malayalam mouthpiece that Nathuram Godse should have targeted Jawaharlal Nehru instead of Mahatma Gandhi as he was responsible for Partition, a view
Preventive healthcare important to cut medical bills: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated a hospital in Mumbai and said that India's high child mortality rate is serious issue.
EC announces five-phased polls in J&K, Jharkhand; counting on December 23
The Election Commission on Saturday announced five-phased assembly elections to be held in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand, beginning from November 25 and ending December 20.
Sailor`s wife complains against Indian Navy
Wife of a Naval sailor belonging to the Eastern Naval Command, who had raised allegations of financial irregularities against his senior officers, Saturday alleged her husband was being illegally kept in a hospital here and effor
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Ministries told to fix project deadlines
In a break from the past the Narendra Modi government has asked ministries to fix deadlines and detailed timelines of all projects and proposals right down to the tentative dates for receiving cabinet approvals for each scheme
Kejriwal accuses BJP of trying to fudge voters lists
Days after the Election Commission began revision of electoral rolls in the city Aam Aadmi Party AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused the BJP of trying to fudge voters lists
NSA other top officials to visit Burdwan tomorrow
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will visit Burdwan on Monday along with top officials from the home ministry Intelligence Bureau Research and Analysis Wing and the National Investigation Agency which is probing the October 2
RSS disowns Kesari article after Congress criticism
The RSS Saturdaynbspdissociated itself from a controversial article published in its Malayalam mouthpiece that Nathuram Godse should have targeted Jawaharlal Nehru instead of Mahatma Gandhi as he was responsible for the Partition
SP sacks MoSrank chairmen advisors
In a significant move chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday removed most of 82 politically appointed chairmen advisors and members of various public sector undertakings PSUs and various other public bodies
RSSbacked govt plan to reshape northeast policy
The eight states of the Northeast and their problems are one of the key engagement areas of the Modiled government The development is in tune with the many big ticket reforms and programmes announced by the Centre across the count
Jharkhand 14yearold raped in moving vehicle
A 14yearold girl from Bihar was allegedly raped in a moving SUV in the presence of her mother in Jharkhands Koderma district police said on Saturday
BJP is now becoming permanently pollready
Whether the BJP achieves its mission to have an India sans Congress will be watched keenly as a dozen states go to the polls in the coming months but the outcome of the elections in one state UP could be of special interest writes
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Modi @ Reliance hospital opening: 'Plastic surgeon may have fixed elephant's head on Ganesha'
Describing neonatal and maternal mortality rates as a matter of grave concern, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said his government wanted to effectively use its 'Make in India' and 'Digital India' campaigns to reach healthcare to the country's poorest of the poor.

Review: Happy New Year will make you feel good BUT...
... The feeling won't last too long, says Paloma Sharma.

Here's driving Into Tibet!
'The road from Zhangmu via Nyalam to Tingri is everything a Himalayan drive should be. With tall peaks as the backdrop, switchbacks yielding to roads that stretched into eternity, passing by some of the most scenic views on the planet.'

5 cars from Paris Motor show that can soon launch in India
Will Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara see a second innings in India?

5-phase polls in Jharkhand, J&K from Nov 25; Counting on Dec 23
The Election Commission on Saturday announced five-phase election dates for Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir

Cuttack to host India-Sri Lanka One-Day series opener
Cuttack will host the opening match of the hastily-arranged One-Day International series between India and Sri Lanka on November 2 after the West Indies' stunning pullout over a pay dispute.

From Saas-Bahu to 24, how TV is changing the show
As returns from fiction fall, broadcasters are experimenting with high-cost programming and new genres to grab more eyeballs. But can production houses rise to the challenge?

Sania, Cara win thriller, enter WTA year-end finals
India's tennis ace Sania Mirza and Cara Black showed nerves of steel as they saved three match points in the Super Tie Break against Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik to cruise into the summit clash of the WTA year-end finals, in Singapore on Saturday.


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