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Indians deported by Mexican authorities recall nights spent in forests, food served at refugee camps
More than 300 Indians, including one woman, who were deported by Mexican immigration authorities for illegally entering the country to sneak into the US, landed here on Friday, as their dream of a better life and jobs in America shattered.

Interpol to hold general assembly in India in 2022
A proposal to host the 91st Interpol General Assembly in 2022 in India was given to Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock by Union Home Minister Amit Shah when the two met here during the former's official visit in August.

Madhya Pradesh ready for unorthodox steps to help investment: CM Kamal Nath
CM Kamal Nath promised full support to industry, saying the state was already taking far reaching steps to transform the business climate and was eager to get new ideas from industrialists.

View: Outcome of Haryana, Maharashtra elections is predestined. Should one be worried for health of democracy?
But the ‘predestined’ nature of the contest ought to be setting off alarm bells. In the normal course, elections provide a vital reference point about the performance of a ruling party, or the acceptance of an alternative ideology.

The political dynamics of lynching
There is much variation in what the term lynching means. But what’s constant is that from the US in the 1900s to India now, lynching has been a strategy used for the political sense it makes at a local level.

Govt determined to conclude Naga pact, endless negotiation under shadow of guns not acceptable: RN Ravi
NSCN (I-M) has adopted a procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement raising the contentious symbolic issues of separate Naga national flag and constitution-interlocutor for the Naga peace talks, RN Ravi.

Students become 'Ambassadors' of anti-stubble burning campaign in Punjab
Lakhs of children studying in schools situated in rural areas participated in the anti-stubble burning rallies organized in the respective villages to disseminate the message of clean, green and pollution free Punjab.

Gujarat-cadre IPS officer Anup Kumar Singh is new NSG chief
The appoint of Singh, a 1985-batch IPS officer, as the DG of the 'black cats commando' force was approved by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Government offers to give back same site to rebuild Ravidas temple
Yielding to the protests against the Supreme Court-directed demolition of a Guru Ravidas temple in south Delhi, the Centre has agreed to allot the same site to the devotees to construct a new temple. A Supreme Court-bench said that it would pass the order after hearing the two petitioners who are against the proposal and posted the case for hearing on October 21.

US dream crushed, but 311 Indians glad to be home
For six months, these 311 Indians had responded to numbers. "308," the guard at the camp for illegal immigrants in Mexico would call out and someone would step forward. "201" and another would resignedly acknowledge the summons. It was, therefore, with deep contentment that they heard their names being called by relatives after they landed at the Delhi airport on Friday.

ED: Praful Patel signed 1st Mirchi deal in 1999
Enforcement Directorate's investigation into Praful Patel's real estate dealings with Iqbal Mirchi's family took a serious turn on Friday with the probe agency confronting him with documents which allegedly suggested that the NCP leader had first entered into a commercial agreement with Dawood Ibrahim's associate in 1999. The ED questioned Patel for over 10 hours on Friday in Mumbai.

CBI chargesheet against Chidambarams, 12 more
The CBI on Friday filed an over 2,000-page chargesheet against former finance minister P Chidambaram, his son Karti, former media baron Peter Mukerjea and 11 others, including six former officials of the finance ministry in the INX Media case. Indrani, who is accused of murdering her daughter, has not been charged as she had turned approver and will be made a prosecution witness.

Asbestos found, J&J recalls baby powder in US
Johnson & Johnson is recalling a shipment of baby powder after the Food and Drug Administration discovered evidence of asbestos, the company said Friday, after months spent denying the presence of the carcinogen in its talc-based products. In a test, the regulator found trace levels of chrysotile asbestos in samples from a bottle of baby powder purchased from an online retailer.

I fulfil what I decide: PM to Pak on water threat
A day after Islamabad said that any attempt by New Delhi to divert water of rivers flowing into Pakistan will be considered as an 'act of aggression', PM Modi sent across a strong message on Friday saying, "Once I decide to do something, I always accomplish it." Modi had said, earlier this week, he would stop water of rivers flowing into Pakistan and divert it to Haryana.

CJI Gogoi recommends Justice Bobde as successor
In keeping with tradition, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Friday recommended, exactly a month before his retirement, to the Union government to appoint senior-most SC judge Sharad Arvind Bobde as the next CJI. Ranjan Gogoi handed over a copy of the recommendation letter to Justice Bobde.

'Ensure jawans get to stay with family 100 days a yr'
In a humanitarian gesture that will benefit lakhs of central paramilitary personnel, home minister Amit Shah has directed the director-generals of all Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assam Rifles to digitise the deployment details of jawans so as to facilitate each jawan to stay with his family for at least 100 days in a year.

Manipur HC quashes civil services exam, appointments, orders CBI probe
Earlier, 42 aspirants of the MPSC had moved the Manipur HC alleging irregularities in the selection process and seeking justice.
Three sisters in Madhya Pradesh observe Karwa Chauth for their single husband
Krishna, a resident of Kashiram Colony in Chitrakoot #39;s Lodhwara, got married to three sisters Shoba, Reena and Pinki 12 years ago.
P Chidambaram tried to influence witnesses: CBI to Supreme Court
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the court that one of the co-accused Indrani Mukerjea has been granted pardon and made an approver.
All Jio services to be available in Hindi: Mukesh Ambani
In a video message at the inaugural session of the day-long Magnificent Madhya Pradesh Investors Summit 2019 in Indore, Ambani also announced the group rsquo;s plans for the central Indian state.
Election Commission? appoints Special Observer for Sikkim bypolls
Dube has been deputed to specifically report to the EC about law and order situation and oversee the deployment and other security-related issues.
PMC Bank imbroglio claims fourth life
The next day, another depositor, Fattomal Punjabi, died of heart attack as his life #39;s savings were stuck in the bank.
Shiv Sena expels woman who defeated former Maharashtra CM Narayan Rane in bypoll
Trupti Sawant raised a banner of revolt in the backyard of Uddhav Thackeray in the prestigious Bandra East assembly constituency.
Ex-Fortis promoters Malvinder, Shivinder seek interim bail before Delhi court, offer settlement
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat took note of the submission and issued production warrant for the accused persons for Tuesday.
Indian-American techie walks into police station with dead body, admits to killing 3 others

Indian-American techie walks into police station with dead body, admits to killing 3 othersSan Francisco: A 53-year-old Indian-origin IT professional has been arrested after he dramatically walked into a Northern California police station along with a dead body in his car and confessed to have killed three others at his apartment, over 350 kilometres away, according to US media reports. All four victims in the grizzly incident are related to the suspect, Shankar Nagappa Hangud, Roseville Police Department Captain Joshua Simon said on Tuesday. Simon declined to name the four victims, but said they were all members of the suspect's family, two adults and two juveniles.

Flashback: When Sushma Swaraj shared a very special Karva Chauth message

Flashback: When Sushma Swaraj shared a very special Karva Chauth messageFew deaths feel as personal as Sushma Swaraj’s. The former External Affairs Minister left a gigantic hole in India’s political scene. Swaraj passed away on August 6, 2019 – the day parliament revoked Article 370 and her last tweet was about it as well. Swaraj was a fiery orator and able administrator, whose strength of character and deep humility earned her friends across the political spectrum.

Triangular property dispute: Cricketer Manoj Prabhakar, actress wife are booked

Triangular property dispute: Cricketer Manoj Prabhakar, actress wife are bookedNew Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Manoj Prabhakar and his actress wife Farheen were booked in a criminal case by the Delhi Police on Thursday on the basis of an FIR lodged by London-based NRI, Sandhya Prabhakar, the first wife of the cricket star. In her FIR lodged with Malviya Nagar police station, Sandhya has alleged that Prabhakar, backed by a few top politicians, connived with police officers and fraudulently sold off her flat in south Delhi.

Delhi man who asked for a lift killed after car crashes into tree

Delhi man who asked for a lift killed after car crashes into treeThe victim has been identified as Golu. Police said the driver, Deepak (23), and his friend Kishan (24) suffered minor injuries.

Shocker: London couple planned heinous murder of 11-year-old son in India for Rs 1,36,00,00 cr

Shocker: London couple planned heinous murder of 11-year-old son in India for Rs 1,36,00,00 crA couple living in London are facing calls to be extradited to India over allegations they arranged for the murder of their adopted son to grab a £150,000 insurance payout are fighting moves to be hauled to India to face justice. According to BBC, Airport worker Arti Dhir, 55, and Kaval Raijada, 30, have denied planning the abduction and fatal stabbing of tragic orphan Gopal Sejani in 2017. Arti Dhir and Kaval Raijada from Hanwell, west London, deny organising the killing of Gopal Sejani, who was abducted and stabbed in Gujarat, India before dying of his injuries soon after.

'Condolences to families': PM Modi expresses grief over death of people in Saudi Arabia's Madinah bus accident

'Condolences to families': PM Modi expresses grief over death of people in Saudi Arabia's Madinah bus accidentOn Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed anguish over the death of 35 people in a bus accident in Saudi Arabia's Madinah. Prime Minister in a tweet said, "Anguished by the news of a bus crash near Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Condolences to the families of those who lost their lives.

Pakistani Man Unleashes Pet Lion on Electrician to Avoid Paying Him

Pakistani Man Unleashes Pet Lion on Electrician to Avoid Paying HimAli Raza, caretaker of the Imambargah Sada-e-Imam Hussain in Pakistan's Punjab province, has been booked for attempted murder.

Siddaramaiah should apologise to nation for his comments on Savarkar: Yediyurappa
"Former chief minister and opposition leader Siddaramaiah`s statement against Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is cheap. I condemn this with strong words," he said. "Veer Savarkar was a patriot, freedom fighter and even many Congress lead
Pakistan`s ISI directs its sources in J&K to plan infiltration routes for terrorists: Intel report
The ISI has ordered guides to recce the area along the Line of Control (LoC) so that infiltrators can find new routes during snowfall in the oncoming winter season. The terrorists take the help of guides to infiltrate into an area
Delhi: Swing falls in Anand Vihar school, 14 injured
A fair is being held at the Amar Jyoti School during which the incident took place. There were no reports of any casualty.
Assailants spent over half-hour with Hindu Samaj Party chief Kamlesh Tiwari before shooting him dead: UP DGP
"Before killing Hindu Mahasabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari, the alleged murderers who were known to him spent around 30 minutes with him at his home in Naka area of Lucknow," Uttar Pradesh Director General of Police OP Singh said on Fr
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel sentenced to six months in jail for house trespass, assault
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel was on Friday sentenced to six months jail by Delhi's Rouse Avenue court for rioting and causing hurt at the house of a realtor in an East Delhi colony in 2015. Son of Ram, Sumit Goel has also
Wreath laying ceremony held for BSF jawan who was killed in firing by Border Guards Bangladesh
A wreath laying ceremony was organised on Friday at the headquarters of 117 Battalion of Border Security Force (BSF) in West Bengal's Roshanbagh, to pay tribute to the BSF jawan who got martyred in firing by the Border Guards Bang
Hindu Samaj Party leader Kamlesh Tiwari killed due to personal enmity, says UP Home Secretary Avnish Awasthi
After Tiwari was shot in Lucknow, he shifted to a hospital but later succumbed during the treatment. The Hindu Samaj Party leader was also stabbed. After attacking Tiwari, the accused fled from the spot.  
CBI charges P Chidambaram, son Karti, Peter Mukherjea in INX Media case
 The charge sheet was filed on Friday filed in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court and will be taken up on Monday.
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14 injured after swing ride swing breaks in Delhi's Anand Vihar area
Police visited the spot and found out that the swing was inside the trust premise without permission.

Papua New Guinea vs Bermuda Group A - T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 Dream11 Prediction: Best picks for PNG vs BER
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Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes T20I Dream11 Prediction: Best picks for HBW vs MSW today in Women's Big Bash League
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India vs South Africa 3rd Test: Live score, streaming, preview, teams, time in India (IST) and where to watch on TV
After registering a comfortable win again South Africa in the first two Test match in Vizag and Pune, both sides will once again lock horns on Saturday for the third and final Test in Ranchi.

India vs South Africa 3rd Test match Dream11 Prediction: Best picks for IND vs SA
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Pakistan's ISI directs overground workers in Kashmir to prepare new route for infiltration: Intel report
Pakistan-based terrorists launch infiltration into Jammu and Kashmir every year during winter under the cover of snowfall.

Does media culture bother Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as much as AbRam and Taimur's mothers Gauri & Kareena? Find out
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan proudly takes her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan no matter where she goes

Gujarat-cadre IPS officer Anup Kumar Singh appointed NSG chief
Singh, a 1985-batch IPS officer, is currently serving as Commissioner of Ahmedabad Police.

Crocodile Takes Shelter inside Police Station in UP's Lakhimpur Kheri, Rescued Later by Forest Officials
The situation was brought under control by Dudhwa Buffer Zone forest officials who rushed to the site and captured the reptile.

Theatre Artist Sudipto Chatterjee Arrested in Kolkata After Student Alleges Rape
The matter surfaced on Wednesday night after the victim took to a social networking website to post her complaint about the alleged crime.

DNA Technology Regulation Bill Referred to Parliamentary Standing Committee
The bill that seeks to control the use and application of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) technology for establishing the identity of certain categories of persons, including offenders, victims, suspects and undertrials.

BJP Govt Didn’t Allow Politics & Nepotism in Sports, Says Prime Minister Modi
'Under the 'misgovernance' of the opposition party, neither the interests of the jawans and farmers of Haryana nor that of our sportsmen was safe,' Modi said.

Enforcement Directorate Let Go Praful Patel 12 Hours after Questioning in Money Laundering Probe
An ED official claimed on Friday night that Patel 'did not cooperate' with the inquiry. When asked if he would be summoned again on Saturday, the official did not offer any comment.

Govt Determined to Conclude Naga Pact without Delay, Says Nagaland Governor RN Ravi
A framework agreement was signed on August 3, 2015 by NSCN-IM general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah and Ravi in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Addressing a Woman as 'Call Girl' Can't Be Considered Sufficient for Abetment to Suicide, Observes SC
The woman, who was in a relationship with the man named in a complaint, had committed suicide in March 2004, a day after his parents resisted their marriage and addressed her as a "call girl".

No Slump, Investors' Have Shown Faith in MP, Says Kamal Nath at First Summit under His Govt
Declining to go into number of memorandums signed during the event, Nath said he didn’t believe in optical illusions, adding that several big corporations have promised investment in the central Indian state.

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Sat Oct 19 2019  Australian Dollar 48.7329
Sat Oct 19 2019  British Pound Sterling 92.3361
Sat Oct 19 2019  Canadian Dollar 54.1419
Sat Oct 19 2019  European Euro 79.3651
Sat Oct 19 2019  United States Dollar 71.0732

Easing gold prices may release pent-up demand
Jewellers, gold traders see last-minute rush around Dhanteras

Gold holds above $1,490 on weak Chinese data, Brexit prospects
Palladium sees best week since September 13

Does Huawei's future lie with India after US ban?
India's massive wireless market could make it critical for the future of the Chinese tech giant.

India Catholic nun 'denied justice' by Vatican
Sister Lucy Kalappura was expelled after protesting against an Indian bishop accused of rape.

India's on a digital sprint that is leaving millions behind
For every urban Indian who has access to the internet, there is at least one rural Indian who does not.

Ayodhya dispute: The complex legal history of India's holy site
India's Supreme Court is nearing a ruling on whether the contested site belongs to Hindus or Muslims.

Manchester students want statue of 'racist' Gandhi rejected
Activists say Mahatma Gandhi was anti-black and should not be celebrated in Manchester.

Google Pixel 4: Indians disappointed as 'radar feature' prevents launch
Tech analysts speculate the issue is with a radar feature that uses a frequency not allowed in India.

Chester Zoo recreates forest region of India for lions
Lionesses Kumari and Kiburi, along with male Iblis, have been exploring their sprawling new habitat.

Indian skyscrapers to be brought down in controlled implosions
Thousands of people will watch their homes implode in southern India after a high court ruling.

At RCEP meet, India seeks 10% advantage over China in tariff removal
This advantage for India will mean that its exporters can access 10% more Chinese product lines without facing tariff barriers.

PM Modi makes final poll pitch with 'brother' Uddhav Thackeray
PM Modi was addressing a joint rally of the BJP-Shiv Sena at Bandra Kurla Complex and referred to Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray his “younger brother”.

Global anti-terror body FATF gives Pakistan till February to curb terror funding
Pakistan would be placed on the multilateral watchdog’s blacklist if it fails to improve its counterterror financing operations by February 2020, warned FATF.

Yogi govt hasn't issued any order to ban mobile phones in universities, colleges:...
An earlier news report , “UP?CM?Yogi bans mobile phone in all colleges, universities in state”, was published from a syndicated IANS feed. On cross-checking the information, Hindustan Times has spotted inaccuracies in this story. This article has been corrected accordingly.

'Already burnt our fingers': CBI asks SC to reject Chidambaram's bail plea
The Supreme Court on Friday reserved it’s verdict on former finance minister P Chidambaram’s plea against Delhi high court order denying him bail in the INX Media case.

Businesses over Rs 50 crore must have electronic payment mode from November 1: ...
The top body of the income tax department said no bank or provider of a digital payment system shall “impose any charge on a payer making payment, or a beneficiary receiving payment” through electronic modes.

Supriya Sule's helicopter checked by Election Commission's flying squad
Maharashtra is going to polls on October 21 along with Haryana and the campaigning for the assembly elections will end on Saturday evening.

'I congratulate Abhijit Banerjee, but his views...': Piyush Goyal on Nobel winn...
India-born Abhijit Banerjee, who was awarded the Nobel for Economics on Monday along with fellow MIT professor Esther Duflo and Harvard’s Michael Kremer, had said in a presentation recently that the Indian economy was doing “very badly” and it was “going into a tailspin”.

Global PIO body to honour 3 Indian-Americans for contribution in health sector
The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) will present the Health Council Award to the recipients during the Health Council Summit, organised by it, on Saturday, according to a press release.

US blacklists S Africa's Gupta family over 'widespread corruption'
Gupta brothers close to former president Jacob Zuma; left country after Zuma was ousted from power.

Halliburton to pay $275,000 to Indian, Syrian-origin employees for discrimination
The Houston-based company is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry with over 55,000 employees

Two Indian-origin persons figure in Fortune's '40 Under 40' list
Intel's Vice President of artificial intelligence software and the AI lab Arjun Bansal and fashion platform Zilingo CEO and co-founder Ankiti Bose make it to Fortune's 2019 '40 Under 40' list.

Indian women in UAE launch mission to protect environment
The ILA is one of the five Indian community organisations in Abu Dhabi which are registered with the UAE's Ministry of Community Development.

Boston to host conference on contributions of Hindus to America
The purpose of the event is two-fold: exploring the contributions of Hindus to America and paying tribute to the largesse of America.

NRIs can now apply for Aadhaar on arrival without 182-day wait
NRIs with valid Indian passport can apply for Aadhaar on arrival, without the 182-day waiting period.

Donald Trump lauds Indian-Americans, says 'truly proud' to have them as Americans
President Trump lauded the role of the Indian diaspora in the US at the historic "Howdy, Modi!" event in Houston, Texas.

Gujarat CM Rupani on a visit to Uzbekistan to boost ties
He will attend the country’s first investment summit modelled on the Vibrant Gujarat summit.

Reliance bets big on Madhya Pradesh
We will open logistics centres at 45 locations in Madhya Pradesh, says Mukesh Ambani.

Mass fronts like in the time of Emergency required: Sitaram Yechury
The future battle will be between ‘Hindu nationalism versus Indian nationalism’, says CPI(M) general secretary.

More Muslims join BJP in Assam
‘It is tough to specify number of Muslim members of party’

No separate national flag or constitution for Nagas, says interlocutor
National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) is delaying the peace process, says R.N. Ravi, who is also Nagaland’s Governor.

FIR against four policemen in U.P. custodial torture case
DSP, inspector among those booked for murder, assault

For over 700 Hindus from Pak., India is their only ‘refuge’
Eviction threat looms over settlers on Yamuna floodplains following National Green Tribunal’s order

6,000 posts of constable to be filled this year
A total of 16,000 such posts are vacant in State, he says

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As Militants Kill in Kashmir, People Are Afraid to Go to Work
Separatists are waging violence against civilians in the Kashmir Valley, in a bid to bring the region to a halt.

Cell Service Returns to Kashmir, Allowing First Calls in Months
After imposing a complete communications blackout two months ago, the Indian government on Monday partially restored cellphone service in the Kashmir Valley.

India Vows to Restore Mobile Service in Kashmir
The Indian authorities said many cellphones would begin working on Monday in the disputed region after two months of a communications blackout.

They Run the World’s Biggest Countries. Their Talk Won’t Be Easy.
As Narendra Modi of India and Xi Jinping of China meet, a host of potential conflicts are sharing the room with them.

This Is an Indian House, According to One Architect
By turning his gaze backward, Bijoy Jain is creating a new architectural language that acknowledges his country’s precolonial past.

In Kashmir, a Race Against Death, With No Way to Call a Doctor
Medical personnel in Kashmir say preventable deaths are happening because of blocked streets, medicine shortages, and a phone and internet blockade by India.

In Kashmir, Growing Anger and Misery
The conflict turns messier, and everyday life suffers, as the disputed territory remains on lock down. Here are images from the front lines of the Kashmir crisis.

As Deadly Floods Engulf Nepal Border, Anger Turns to India
Nepal said embankments built by India along a shared border made flooding worse in their country during the summer monsoon season, killing dozens.

17-Year-Old Boy Attacked With Blade Outside School In Delhi
A 17-year-old boy was attacked with a blade outside his school in New Friends Colony area, police said on Friday.
Case Filed After Man Was Robbed At Delhi's Rohini
A robbery case was updated to include an additional charge after a man was allegedly robbed at gunpoint at a warehouse in Delhi's Rohini, police said on Friday.
UN Headquarters To Remain Closed In The Weekend Due To Budget Crunch
The United Nations Headquarters in New York will remain closed in the forthcoming weekend due to the ongoing cash crisis.
"We Don't Fight With Kids": Sharad Pawar On Devendra Fadnavis's Jibe
NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Friday hit back at Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over his jibe that "there is no wrestler to fight with'' in the Maharashtra Assembly polls, saying one doesn't fight with...
Security Mock-Drill Shows Mumbai Cops Reaching Late Due To Traffic
In a bid to fine-tune the security apparatus in the event of a terror attack, the Armed forces and the city police conducted a comprehensive security exercise or mock drill, a police official said on...
Government Asks Mother Dairy To Sell Tomatoes At Rs 55/Kg Or Below
Mother Dairy will sell tomatoes at Rs 55 per kg or below through its Safal retail outlets across the national capital region to provide relief to consumers, the government said on Friday after...
Congress-NCP Did Maximum Harm To People: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday accused the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party alliance of doing the maximum harm to the state and country because of its corruption.
Over 2,000 Kg Narcotics Seized, 27 People Arrested By Narcotics Bureau
Narcotics Control Bureau sleuths have seized over 2,000 kg narcotics and arrested 27 people, including six foreigners, for drugs trafficking across the country in less than a month, officials said...
Nobel laureate Abhijit is 'Left-leaning', India rejected his theories: Piyush Goyal

Nobel laureate Abhijit is 'Left-leaning', India rejected his theories: Piyush GoyalUnion Minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday (October 18) that Nobel winner Abhijit Banerjee is 'totally Left-leaning' and his theories have been rejected by the people of India "I congratulate Abhijit Banerjee the winner of Nobel prize in Economics. You all know that his thinking is totally 'Left-leaning'," said Union Minister Piyush Goyal. Abhijit Banerjee bagged Nobel Prize for Economics jointly with Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer. Banerjee has been credited by Rahul Gandhi for his inputs in Congress proposed 'NYAY' scheme during 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

India and Philippines sign four agreements in Manila

India and Philippines sign four agreements in ManilaIndia and Philippines signed four agreements covering maritime domain, security, tourism, science and technology and culture. President Ram Nath Kovind led the delegation level talks with President of Philippines Rodrigo Duterte in Manila. President Ram Nath Kovind in Philippines's Manila stated both the countries have been a victim of terrorism and are committed to work closely to eliminate terrorism. President Kovind along with his wife Savita Kovind is on a five-day state visit to Philippines. The visit has been organised at the invitation of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.

Maharashtra polls: PM Modi pays floral tributes to Shivaji Maharaj in Mumbai

Maharashtra polls: PM Modi pays floral tributes to Shivaji Maharaj in MumbaiAhead of Maharashtra Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid floral tributes to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj at an election rally in Mumbai on October 18. While addressing the public gathering, PM Modi said, "Mumbai is popularly known as 'land of opportunities' and whosoever came here has achieved a lot from the city. It is the greatness of this land." "Mumbai is innovative venture and financial capital of India," PM Modi added. The assembly polls in Maharashtra will take place on October 21 and results of the same will be declared on October 24.

I was put inside jail when I was just 21 years old: Sooraj Pancholi

I was put inside jail when I was just 21 years old: Sooraj PancholiBollywood actor Sooraj Pancholi attended the trailer launch of his upcoming film 'Satellite Shankar' in Mumbai on October 17. Sooraj Pancholi is playing role of a soldier in the film. While addressing a press conference, Sooraj Pancholi broke down on question of his personal life. He said, "The struggle for me is not of four years as I have almost struggled for seven years. I was put inside jail when I was just 21 years old for something which I have not done. Everyone wants to know about my personal life and I also want to talk about the same. I believe in the court and I have been an accused in my case." "I am going to court since I was 21 years old and I will turn 29 in a month," Sooraj added. "In the history of India, my case is the only example (case) where the accused has said that run my trial and you guys know what all I am going through," he further stated. 'Satellite Shankar' will hit theatres on November 15, 2019. The film is directed by Irfan Kamal.

PM Modi has no understanding of economy: Rahul Gandhi

PM Modi has no understanding of economy: Rahul GandhiCongress leader Rahul Gandhi on October 18 alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has no understanding of the economy and the world is mocking India due to his government's divisive politics that pitted people against each other.

Ahead of retirement, CJI Ranjan Gogoi recommends Justice Bobde's name as his successor

Ahead of retirement, CJI Ranjan Gogoi recommends Justice Bobde's name as his successorChief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi initiates the process for the appointment of Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde as the next CJI by writing a letter to the Centre recommending him as his successor. This is the process followed by all outgoing Chief Justices to send the recommendation ahead of their retirement. Justice Bobde is a second senior-most judge in the Supreme Court after CJI Ranjan Gogoi.

PM Modi's goal of dallor5 trillion economy is impossible: Congress

PM Modi's goal of dallor5 trillion economy is impossible: CongressCongress leader Anand Sharma on October 18 slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that the latter's goal of making India a dallor 5 trillion economy by 2024 is impossible. He said, "To touch the 5 trillion dollar economy in 2024, we require minimum double digit at least 12 percent is needed which is impossible. PM Modi on October 17 said that his government was on course to make India a five-trillion-dollar economy in the next five years despite apprehensions being expressed by experts and the opposition.

Ind vs SA: 'Men in Blue' stretch muscles ahead of 3rd test

Ind vs SA: 'Men in Blue' stretch muscles ahead of 3rd testTeam India on October 18 sweat it out ahead of the third and final test match against South Africa. Both the teams will lock their horns for their final outing of the current test series, in Ranchi. 'Men in Blue' crushed the Proteas by innings and 137 runs in the second test in Pune to take an unassailable lead in the three-match test series. The match will start from October 19.

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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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