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Int’l Literacy Day: 5 lakh children participate in reading sessions across India

New Delhi: Over 5 lakh children from 1,500 schools across India participated in special reading sessions as part of a campaign to mark International...

BJP will trace, drive out infiltrators after 2019 polls: Amit Shah

SHAJAPUR/BARWANI: BJP chief Amit Shah Thursday said his party would trace and drive out infiltrators from the country after winning the 2019 general elections...

Mamata sees ‘dirty politics’ behind NRC in Assam

THAKURNAGAR (WB): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged that “dirty politics” is going on in the name of publication of the...

Blanket ban on use of term ‘Dalit’ by media not advisable: PCI

NEW DELHI: The Press Council of India has decided against issuing a directive to the media prohibiting the use of the word “Dalit”, saying...

Elderly woman killed in monkey attack in Agra, second death in as many days

AGRA: A 58-year-old woman died after being attacked by simians when she had gone out of her house to relieve herself at Thok Mohalla...

Relationship with teachers biggest factor in student development: Survey

New Delhi: At least 90 per cent parents believe student-teacher relationship is the biggest factor that affects student motivation and development, according to a...

HP tribal studies institute seeks restoration of its ‘inactive’ research wing

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh University Thursday sought the Government of India Tribal Affairs Ministry’s intervention for restoration of rather “inactive” research wing of the...

Rafale pricing can be discussed only if facts of deal come into public domain:...

New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday said a discussion on the pricing of Rafale fighter jets can only take place if the facts of...

Modi does not like socialism, democracy: Stalin

Chennai: DMK chief M K Stalin lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday, saying he did not like socialism, democracy and secularism and...

Winter Session of Parliament from December 11

NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) has recommended convening of the Winter Session of Parliament from December 11 to January 8,...

5 security personnel injured in Maoist blast in Bijapur

RAIPUR: Five security personnel, including four BSF jawans, and a civilian were injured when Maoists blew up a truck with an IED in Chhattisgarh’s...

If citizenship bill passed, Assam’s youth will start ‘armed revolution’: ULFA pro-talk faction

NEW DELHI: The pro-talk faction of the ULFA has cautioned the central and the Assam governments against “playing with the sentiments” of indigenous people...

Teenager ends life after mother takes away mobile phone

NAGPUR: A 14-year-old boy addicted to video games allegedly committed suicide here in Maharashtra after his mother took away a mobile phone from him,...

SSC exam paper leak case: SC asks CBI to file final report within 4...

NEW Delhi: The Supreme Court has asked the CBI to place before it within four weeks its final report regarding the probe into the...

Note ban hurt the poor, benefited rich: Rahul

Mahasamund: Congress president Rahul Gandhi Tuesday launched a counter attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation, saying the note ban hurt the poor...

Says ‘Modi admits to theft in Rafale deal before SC’

New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi Tuesday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has admitted to “theft” in the Rafale deal before the Supreme...

12 killed on railway tracks in Mumbai on single day

Mumbai: As many as 12 people were killed and five others received injuries in separate accidents on railway tracks in the city and its...

Rakesh Asthana case: Bail plea of middleman dismissed

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday dismissed the bail plea of middleman Manoj Prasad in a bribery case allegedly involving CBI Special Director...

Rajasthan BJP MLA resigns over poll ticket denial

Jaipur: A BJP MLA whose name was dropped from the first list of candidates for the Rajasthan Assembly elections resigned from the party on...

National Herald publisher challenges Centre’s order ending office lease

NEW DELHI: Associated Journals Ltd (AJL), the publisher of National Herald newspaper, approached the Delhi High Court on Monday challenging the Centre’s order ending...

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