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Kashmiri Politician Going Abroad Detained At Delhi Airport

New Delhi: Shah Faesal, the Kashmiri IAS topper who quit the civil services for politics, was detained at Delhi airport on Wednesday, reportedly when he was about to fly to Istanbul. Faesal was then sent back to Srinagar, where he...

BJP Fields Bhojpuri Megastar Ravi Kishan From Gorakhpur

New Delhi: The BJP on Monday announced its decision to field Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan from the high-profile Gorakhpur Lok Sabha seat. Kishan had contested the Lok Sabha polls from Jaunpur on a Congress ticket but managed to secure only...

Huawei Mate 20 Pro With Triple Camera Launched At Rs 69990

New Delhi: Huawei has launched its new flagship smartphone, the Mate 20 Pro at Rs 69,990. The phone has a 6.39-inch notch type Quad HD+ OLED curved display. It is powered by 7nm Kirin 980 processor. It has 6GB RAM...

PM Modi Inaugurates First Phase Of Delhi-Meerut Expressway

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first phase of Delhi-Meerut Expressway here on Sunday. The Rs 7,500-crore project spans from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi to UP Gate. The 14-lane highway is expected to reduce the travel time...

India Planning Another Attack Across Border During Elections!

New Delhi: India has dismissed Pakistan's claim that it will launch another attack against its western neighbour, accusing the Imran Khan government of whipping up war hysteria. Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, known for his off-the-cuff remarks, made a...

Pak Tries To Pass Off 2015 Odisha Jet Crash As One Shot Down Today

Bhubaneswar: Pakistan's bluff of having shot down an Indian fighter jet was exposed on Wednesday when it emerged that photos of the crash put up by them had taken place in Odisha in 2015. As the war hysteria by Pakistani...

G20 To Tighten Tax Noose Against Tech Giants

Finance ministers of G20 countries on Saturday agreed to go for common rules to plug loopholes in corporate taxes exploited by technology giants like Facebook and Google. “It sounds like we have a strong consensus,” US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin...

Nine Killed In Anti-Sterlite Protests In Tamil Nadu

Chennai: Nine people were killed and more than 65 injured when protests against Sterlite industries turned violent in Tamil Nadu’s Tuticorin on Wednesday. As per information, the protests, which has been going on for months, turned violent as the agitators clashed with police....

Indian Railway Embarks On Privatisation Drive With ‘Tejas’

New Delhi: Despite opposition from the unions, Indian Railway has decided to hand over the operations of a premium train to private players. The Tejas Express, that will boast of airline-like services for passenger comfort, will be the first train...

Indian Economy Taken Quantum Jump In Wrong Direction: Amartya Sen

New Delhi: Nobel prize winner Amartya Sen, while attending a book launch event here, stated that India’s economy had taken a "quantum jump in the wrong direction" since 2014 despite being one of the fastest-growing ones. "Things have gone pretty...

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Mamata, Tharoor Come Out In Support of Chidambaram

Kolkata/New Delhi: Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday criticised the way in which the CBI handled the arrest of former Union Minister P...
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