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Editors Guild asks Rajasthan govt to withdraw harmful ordinance; PIL filed

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HCL Infosystems gains after disclosing rights issue details

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MARKETS LIVE: Indices pare gains to slip in red, Nifty trades below 10,150

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At its peak, ISIS held area the size of Tamil Nadu

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Tamil Nadu techie taken into custody for allegedly killing lover

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Mumbai: 26-year-old stabbed to death in hookah parlour brawl

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A 26-year-old Jogeshwari East resident was brutally stabbed to death during a brawl at a hookah parlour in the wee hours of yesterday, the Goregaon police have said. Representational Image Mayur Panchal, who stayed in Shankarwadi with his parents, had gone to Royal Smoke Hookah Parlour in Goregaon for his colleague's birthday celebration, when the incident took place. According to the police, Panchal, a salesman in a Powai mall, arrived at the venue with six-seven friends around 4 am. They were dancing when he accidentally bumped into a man from another group, which led to a heated argument between both groups. This happened around 5.30 am. "The parlour staffers intervened and separated the two groups, asking all of them to leave," said an officer. "However, after stepping out, they started fighting again and someone from the other group stabbed Panchal in the stomach with a sharp object. He collapsed on the divider clutching his bleeding stomach, when his friends noticed and rush..
                 

Rajnath Singh LIVE: Centre to Begin J&K Dialogue, ex-IB Chief to Lead Talks

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Exporters can claim refund this week for GST paid in Aug, Sept

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Exporters can soon start claiming refunds for GST paid in August and September as GSTN will this week launch an online application for processing of refund, its Chief Executive Officer Prakash Kumar said today.GST Network (GSTN), the company handling IT infrastructure for the indirect tax regime, has from October 10 started issuing refunds to exporters for Integrated GST (IGST) they paid for the month of July, after matching GSTR-3B and GSTR-1.For August and September, while the initial return GSTR- 3B has already been filed, the final return GSTR-1 has not yet been filed."A separate online app for claiming Integrated GST (IGST) refunds for August and September would be made available on GSTN portal this week," Kumar told PTI.GSTN has developed the app wherein exporters can save and upload their sales data which are part of GSTR-1 after filling up export details in Table 6A.The table will be then extracted separately and after exporters digitally sign it, it would automatically go to t..
                 

Withdraw Move That Endangers Press Freedom: Editors On Rajasthan Law

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Movember, ice buckets, fun runs: Why philanthropy of the body is the rage

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From Cartosat-2 launch to Chandrayaan-2: Isro's schedule from Dec onwards

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GST: Exporters can start claiming refunds this week for tax paid in August and September

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Five of family killed in road accident in Rajasthan

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BMC likely to axe 150 more ALMs in Mumbai

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After failing to initiate proper waste management and segregation in their housing societies, over 150 Advanced Locality Managements (ALMs) are facing de-registration from the civic body. Recently, the BMC de-registered 56 ALMs across the city. ALMs, comprising groups of citizens, were formed to assist the BMC and coordinate with them on civic issues, especially on waste management. An official from the Solid Waste Management (SWM) department said, "During a survey, we found that at least 719 ALMs were inactive. They are not taking any steps towards composting their society's garbage. We have disbanded 56 ALMs already and have issued a notice to 150 others." The official added that the BMC would now begin the process of forming new ALMs that will take part in the new initiative of segregation of waste and composting in their premises. After the Centre's directive, BMC had asked societies to submit their waste-processing plan. File pic Earlier, following the Centre's directive, the c..
                 

Children lead in celebrating green Diwali in Mumbai township

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In a bid to celebrate a cleaner Diwali, young children from Mumbai's residential complex took an initiative called #iPledge for Green Diwali. This initiative gas been fronted by the children of the township to educate and spread awareness amongst the younger generation. Led by the children of the Nahar Amritshakti, the entire society marched with placards with a message on it and self-illuminating tree in the hand to pledge against bursting crackers to celebrate Diwali to curb noise and air pollution. With air quality deteriorating across the country especially in the capital, the government has imposed a ban on crackers in Delhi. When asked about how one #ipledge initiative can make a difference, the residents said that every drop in the ocean counts and charity definitely begins at home! They hope to inspire the other societies around them. Rupal Boke, Resident said "We wish to not just spread awareness in our locality but also wish to educate the city and start a green revolution..
                 

Has action been taken against convicted cops in Bilkis Bano gangrape case: SC asks Gujarat govt

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Pak firing continues for 3rd day, six schools shut

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Intermittent exchange of fire between Indian army personnel and Pakistani troops continued for a third day today in the Uri sector along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, forcing the authorities to shut down schools in the affected areas.An army official said there were no fresh casualties on the Indian side in the exchange of fire."Intermittent exchange of firing took place between our soldiers and Pakistani troops along the LoC in the Uri sector (in the Kamalkote area) till 6.00 am today," the official said.Pakistani troops violated ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked firing on Indian posts and villages near the LoC in the Kamalkote area on Saturday, resulting in death of an army porter and injuries to two women.They again violated the ceasefire in the same sector yesterday, which was retaliated by the Indian army.Meanwhile, as a precautionary measure, the authorities have closed at least six schools close to the Line of Control, officials said.They said the schools which ha..
                 

Patidar leader Sawani resigns from BJP

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.Ahmedabad, October 23 Another Patel face quit the BJP on Monday, hours after a Patidar leader from north Gujarat alleged that the ruling party had offered him Rs 1 crore for crossing over. Nikhil Sawani had joined the BJP a fortnight ago after the state government made some assurances to Hardik Patel's Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) on reservations for the Patel community. Follow The Tribune on Facebook; and Twitter @thetribunechd) Announcing his resignation, Sawani said he realized that the BJP was taking the community for a ride and could not remain with it. "The BJP is treating Patidars as a vote bank and what they had promised was a mere lollipop." On Sunday night, PAAS convenor from north Gujarat Narendra Patel dropped a bombshell two hours after he joined the BJP. He presented wads of currency notes, alleging that the BJP tried to buy him. He said Patidar leader Varun Patel, who joined the BJP on Saturday evening, took him to meet Gujar..
                 

Telecom shares rally; Idea, RCom up over 5%, Bharti Airtel hits 8-year high

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Reliance Nippon AMC IPO: Should you invest?

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Hit by bribery allegations, BJP loses another Patidar leader in Gujarat

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Tamil Nadu government to dispose of J Deepa plea on Jayalalithaa residence in 4 weeks

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Interview: Chidambaram on Gujarat polls, Mersal row and Rahul Gandhi's Twitter trends

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Govt red-flags SC decision to end addl judges' evaluation

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Rakesh Asthana appointed CBI Special Director

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In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the government on Sunday promoted senior IPS officers Rakesh Asthana and Gurbachan Singh as Special Directors of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Intelligence Bureau (IB) respectively. Representation pic Deepak Kumar Mishra and Sudeep Lakhtakia have been promoted as Special DG in the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Rajesh Ranjan and A.P. Maheshwari have been promoted to the ranks of Special DG in the Border Security Force (BSF). This was announced by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Personnel and Training. Gurbachan Singh was earlier Additional Director in IB and Asthana was Additional Director in CBI. Lakhtakia and Mishra were earlier Additional DG in CRPF, while Ranjan and Maheshwari were Additional DG in the Border Security Force (BSF)...
                 

Drunk Man Rapes Woman in Broad Daylight on Vizag Footpath

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TSPSC Teacher Recruitment Test 2017 Registrations Starts Oct 30th 2017 Released at tspsc.gov.in; Check Details

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Now, CISF to monitor social media to secure airports, nuclear installations

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Apple sued for Animoji trademark owned by Japanese company: Details here

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Ex-IB director appointed interlocutor to initiate dialogue with stake-holders in Kashmir: Rajnath Singh

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Uttar Pradesh to promote religious tourism, says CM Yogi Adityanath

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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi becomes first Pakistan PM to fly military helicopter

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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has become the first Pakistani Prime Minister to fly a military helicopter as he took the Turkish T129 for a test flight on Sunday. Abbasi appreciated the Turkish helicopter as an "impressive and good machine" after taking the test-flight. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Pic/AFP 'Our army is evaluating the helicopter, and we are negotiating the contract and terms,' The Express Tribune quoted Abbasi as saying to a question about Pakistan's plan to purchase T-129 helicopters manufactured by the Turkish Aerospace Industries. He added that the Turkish defense production industry was one of the best in the world. He also appreciated the Turkish aviation industry as well as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the achievements in defence production. Earlier, he inspected the helicopter and was briefed by Turkish aviation officials about the specifications and technical parameters of the combat chopper...
                 

Mumbai: 14-year-old jumps off running train to escape molester

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A 14-year-old girl suffered a fracture in her foot and a head injury after she jumped off a running train in a desperate bid to escape a molester in the ladies compartment. The 14-year-old was alone, and she panicked when the emergency stop chain didn't work. The 14-year-old said she panicked when the emergency stop chain didn't work The Std VIII student had boarded the Kalyan-bound train at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) at 9.30 am on Sunday. Also read - Mumbai: Top CA Nilesh Vikamsey's daughter Pallavi found dead on railway tracks Stop chain didn't workSpeaking to mid-day, the survivor recalled, "When I boarded the train, the ladies compartment was empty. Just when the train started moving, a man in a pink T-shirt boarded the compartment. I told him to get down, as it was the ladies compartment. I also tried to pull the emergency stop chain. I put all my strength into it, but the chain wouldn't budge. He started moving towards me and was telling me to shut up." ..
                 

22-year-old Beaten Up, Shot at as Water Dispute Turns Ugly in Delhi

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Hardik Patel's ex-aide Nikhil Savani quits BJP, says party offering lollipops, fulfilling nothing

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BJP offered me Rs 1 crore to join party: Hardik Patel's aide Narendra Patel

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Dharmendra Pradhan seeks Home Ministry nod to build hostel for trainees

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Man stabbed to death in Uttar Pradesh village

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Mumbai Crime: 20-year-old crashes car into toddler, child dies on the spot

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A two-year-old boy died on Saturday night when a speeding car hit him in front of the Little World Mall in Kharghar. The police registered a case in the matter and arrested a 20-year-old boy, who was driving the car. Representational Image The deceased Shaurya Ajay Ghodse is a resident of Worli police camp. On the day of the incident, he along with his mother had gone to his maternal uncle's place in Kamothe for 'bhai duj' celebrations. "The mother-son duo went to Little World Mall after the celebrations. They were standing near the footpath in front of the mall when suddenly the car hit the child," said Dilip Kale, senior police inspector, Kharghar police station. Also read: Accident on Mumbai-Pune Expressway claims 13-year-old Thane girl's life He further said, "A case has been registered under sections 304 (A) and 279 of IPC and relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act. The accused has been identified as Ashish Prakash Kumar Katariya, a resident of Kharghar. We have arres..
                 

market pundits say Thrusday may be the best day to trade

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During the past week, which had three trading days and one hour of special 'muhurat' trading for the new Hindu calendar year Samvat 2074, markets were marginally negative. The past week had three trading days and one hour of special muhurat trading. Representation pic/Bipin Kokate While they opened the week on a positive note, they were slightly negative for the next two days, before Diwali trading saw markets lose ground and surrender Monday's gains. Two things may be mentioned here: first, even last year's muhurat trading ended in a negative territory and second, global markets were down on Thursday when we had the special session. In Samvat 2073, the year gone by, markets ended on a positive note and registered strong gains with BSESENSEX up 4,642.84 points or 14.25 per cent and NIFTY gaining 1,572.85 points or 15.40 per cent. The top performing sectoral indices was BSECONDUR, up 30.33 per cent while the only one in the negative territory remained BSEHEALTHCARE, down 15.55 per ce..
                 

Sharad Pawar on farmer deaths: Didn’t allow use of harmful pesticides as agriculture minister

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Uber driver masturbates in front of woman passenger, arrested

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Hyderabad Police on Saturday arrested an Uber cab driver for allegedly masturbating while ferrying a 25-year-old woman. Representational Image "The arrested accused Prem Kumar (26), is the owner and not the driver of the car. He was driving on that day as regular driver was not on duty," Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) P. Viswa Prasad told ANI. As per the complaint, the woman boarded the cab around 7:00 am to board a flight from Hyderabad¿s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to New Delhi. The driver slowed down the car on entering the Outer Ring Road, and the woman noticed him unzipping his pant and masturbating. In the FIR, the complainant admitted to have felt digusted by the act, and yelled at him to stop the car. The driver, instead started to drive in a zig-zag manner. DCP informed that the accused checked on his behaviour only after the woman threatened him with Police complaint. The woman however continued with the trip lest she should miss her flight, and later ..
                 

Bengaluru: Two drivers put cockroach in food at Indira Canteen to seek 'publicity', arrested

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Spot Admission To Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani In Kerala Today

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Economy may take up to 24 months to recover: Deloitte India chairman

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Sustained dialogue on Kashmir: Omar Abdullah says defeat of those who see force as solution

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BJP’s Ghanshyam Tiwari opposes Rajasthan government criminal laws ordinance

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Woman dies after profuse bleeding, boyfriend arrested

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A woman died today after she started bleeding profusely at a guest house in south Kolkata's Chetla area where she had put up with her boyfriend, a senior police officer said. The couple, in their early 20s, rented a room at the guest house through online booking and checked in yesterday, he said. Representation pic The woman's health condition deteriorated this afternoon when she started bleeding, following which her boyfriend took her to a nearby private hospital. The hospital, however, refused admission. He then took her to a state-run medical establishment, where she was declared "brought dead", the officer said. Police lodged a suo motu case and arrested the man as her death was due to "unknown reasons", and in his presence, the officer said. The woman's body will be sent for post-mortem tomorrow, he added...
                 

Who is Dineshwar Sharma, PM Modi’s Peace Talks Mascot for Kashmir

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Two auto drivers who put cockroach in food at Indira canteen held

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Two autorickshaw drivers have been arrested for dropping a cockroach in the food served at Indira Canteen to seek "publicity".Hemanth and Devaraj, along with two others, went to have food at Indira Canteen in Kamakshipalya on Friday and created a ruckus when they found a cockroach in their meal, the police said.They then threatened people serving food, besides urging others not to eat.The police said CCTV cameras installed inside the canteen showed Hemanth bringing the cockroach with him and putting it in the food.Devaraj knew this but supported Hemanths claim, the police said.The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), which is executing the programme in the city, handed over the video footage to the police and lodged a complaint against Hemanth and his friends."We have arrested Hemanth and Devaraj. They are autorickshaw drivers from Kamakshipalya. During interrogation they revealed that they did it to seek publicity," a police officer said.The officer clarified that they were not ..
                 

Mersal: BJP demand 'insulting freedom of expression'

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Sidelined AIADMK leader T T V Dhinkaran today joined the chorus in favour of Tamil film Mersal, which is facing BJP heat, saying the saffron partys demand to delete scenes on GST amounted to "insulting freedom of expression." He also questioned the "aggressive" posture of BJP National Secretary H Raja on this matter. Answering reporters queries on the controversy surrounding the Vijay-starrer, Dhinakaran mockingly said that the film crew should thank Raja and BJP state President Tamilisai Soundrajan for giving such publicity for the movie. "The censor board has allowed (the films release) and they are now objecting (to certain scenes on GST)... this amounts to insulting freedom of expression," he said. Dhinakaran said the film has only tried to highlight an issue, Goods and Services Tax, "affecting people." "I dont know why Raja is so aggressive. His tone is intimidating. This is a shameful thing for all politicians, including me," he said. The BJP leaders could have sorted out the iss..
                 

WHO withdraws Zimbabwean Prez Robert Mugabe's goodwill ambassador title

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Returning Rohingya may lose land, crops under Myanmar plans

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Government, SC in favour of ethics body for legal profession

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SC refuses to modify order on National Anthem, asks Centre to consider amending flag code

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Only one party has ‘unlimited money’: Shiv Sena’s dig at BJP

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Don't think speaking against Prime Minister is anti-India, says Kanhaiya Kumar

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Youngsters bring light to children at an NGO on Diwali

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A group of youngsters ensured Christmas came on Diwali for children of two orphanages. The group, gathered through social media, contributed funds to get gifts for the children as per the necessities of the NGOs. Among the gifts they gave to one of them was a wheelchair commode. The group at Ashadaan, where they gifted a wheelchair commode Viren Vesuvala, 27, began this activity four years ago with 15 of his college friends. Today, they have a group of around 45 volunteers in their charity initiative. Vesuvala's charity group expanded once he and friends began sharing their activities on social media. At Mother Teresa's Roses, where they celebrated a child's birthday Working to see smiles"When I first began doing charity work, it was just giving away some spare clothes, chocolates, tiffin boxes, etc. but soon, I realized that needy children don't require this every time. For the next year, I asked my college friends to visit the NGO with me a week prior to Diwali to find out what t..
                 

People see Rahul Gandhi as an effective opponent to BJP, says Tharoor

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The BJP had "very successfully caricatured" Rahul Gandhi but the tactic is no longer working because the people now see the Congress vice-president as an "effective opponent" to the ruling party, former minister Shashi Tharoor has said. Rahul Gandhi The Congress MP in an interview said the narrative had "changed very, very clearly" in the past few months and people were now openly expressing "doubts and misgivings" about how the BJP government was performing. People are also more willing to see the Congress as a viable alternative to the BJP, the Thiruvananthapuram MP said. "The BJP had very successfully caricatured Rahul in the past. That is no longer working because Rahul is seen as a rather effective opponent to the BJP...As this changed narrative proceeds, you are going to find more and more momentum behind the Congress," he asserted. Tharoor said a change was visible with the Congress's recent victory in the by-election in Gurdaspur in Punjab and of its ally in Vengara in Kera..
                 

OPINION | Dear Mr Kejriwal, For Delhi's Sake, Leave Metro Alone

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What is your take on the Mersal Vs BJP issue?

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Last week, BJPs Tamil Nadu state unit had asked the producers of Vijay-starrer Mersal to cut some scenes that criticise central government policies such as GST and New India. In the movie, more than one dialogue takes on these policies and mocks them. The issue got national attention after BJP leaders from the state and Vijay fans along with film personalities locked horns on the matter.Deccan Herald posed a question on Twitter about the standoff between Mersal and BJP. "What is your take on the #MersalvsBJP issue? Reply with your views" was the question, which got our readers talking. We are aggregating the replies here.@awadkum suggested cinema is meant for entertainment and cannot be used for political mudslinging. Cinema should be used for what it's meant for: entertainment, entertainment, entertainment. It should not be used for political mud slinging— AWADHESH KUMAR (@awadkum) October 21, 2017 Another Twitter user said the movie targets doctors more than it does BJP. M..
                 

Indian Energy Exchange makes weak debut; lists 9% below issue price

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BJP talks of promises kept as PM Narendra Modi opens Ro-Ro ferry service

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TN govt to dispose of Deepa plea on Jaya residence in 4 weeks

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Hope govt has admitted 'muscular approach' failed: Chidambaram on J-K interlocutor

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Gujarat poll dates row: EC denting its own credibility, says Congress

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The Congress Party on Monday said that the Election Commission (EC) has allowed its own credibility to be dented by not announcing the poll dates in Gujarat, while adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not a 'Shahenshah' (Emperor) and India was not his 'Sultanat' (Empire). Narendra Modi. Pic/AFP 'Does the Prime Minister have the authority legal or constitutional to prevent the announcement of the dates by the Election Commission for Gujarat elections? The credibility of ECI has been respected not only in this country but has inspired trust and confidence across the world. Today, the EC has allowed its own credibility to be dented by invoking the model code of conduct in the state of Gujarat. If opposition will not ask questions then who will ask when something going wrong in the country? The Prime Minister is not shahenshah (Emperor) and India is not his Sultanat (Empire),' Congress leader Anand Sharma told ANI. Meanwhile, another leader Tom Vadakkan also resonated similar vi..
                 

Woman Found Dead in Kolkata Hotel After Profuse Bleeding, Boyfriend Arrested

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No one can defame Taj Mahal, it's part of our culture and history: Yogi Adityanath

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'I am being sacked', Cyrus Mistry texted wife ahead of Oct 24, 2016 meeting

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Shikara racing in Dal Lake promotes tourism in Kashmir valley

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Former Congress minister booked for trying to implicate TRS leader in drugs case

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BHEL starts execution of 4,000 megawatt Yadadri plant in Telangana

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Mumbai: 22-year-old Pune girl who lost legs in train accident back on her feet

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It was a dark Diwali for the Dhamdhere family of Pune last year - Sayali, 22, met with a train accident and lost her legs. But that was then and this is now - thanks to immense help that poured in after mid-day's reports, from politicians and good Samaritans, some from as far as Saudi Arabia and the US, she's standing tall, and walking on her own with the help of artificial feet called stubbies (foreshortened prostheses for bilateral above-knee amputees). Sayali Dhamdhere Sayali's accident took place on October 20, 2016, when she was on her way back to Pune after appearing for her IAS entrance exam in the city. She slipped in the gap while boarding the train at Kalyan station. She was admitted at Jupiter Hospital in Thane. Also read: Army of 338 Samaritans donates Rs 64 lakh for Udvada man who lost legs After 26 days in the ICU and eight surgeries (with total treatment cost touching R25 lakh, of which R18 lakh came through donations) later, she left the hospital on December 7 in a ..
                 

Modi congratulates Shinzo Abe on Re-Election

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Vasundhara Raje Govt's Move to Gag the Press Crosses 'Lakshman Rekha' Drawn by Supreme Court

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