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Two railway waiters held for molesting two female passengers in a train

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The Government Railway Police (GRP) Pune on Thursday arrested two waiters of the Indian Railways for allegedly molesting two women passengers in a train arriving from Delhi. Satendra Shreeram Babusingh, 22, a resident of Agra, and Saurabh Nathuram Singh, 19, of Pachera in Madhya Pradesh, were arrested after one of the two women filed a complaint with the railway police. The complainant, who runs a production house, said, "We boarded the Samjhauta Kranti Express from Delhi around 8.45 am on Wednesday and soon noticed that two waiters from the train pantry were frequently looking at the girls in our group. We tried to ignore them but they were also occasionally trying to touch some of us." The victims were travelling with a small group of people. On Thursday, around 10.45 am, when the train reached Daund, the complainant and her friend tried to use the washroom and saw the two waiters standing near it. "Their gestures once again made us uncomfortable but we let it go until I went insi..
                 

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Derivative strategy on Bajaj Auto by HDFC securities

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Death penalty in Shakti Mills gang-rape case 'savage sentence'

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The three men convicted in the Shakti Mills gangrape case told the Bombay High Court Thursday that the death penalty awarded to them by the sessions court in 2014 was a "savage sentence" and violated their right to life. The trio, through their lawyer, told the high court the death sentence violated their fundamental right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution. The convicts, Vijay Jadhav, Kasim Bengali and Salim Ansari, represented by senior counsel Yug Chaudhry, argued that the death sentence awarded to them was wrong in law since there existed an "enormous difference between the harm caused" by them and "the punishment" mated out to them. Chaudhry made the arguments before a bench of Justices B P Dharamadhikari and Revati Mohite-Dere that began the final hearing Thursday on the writ petitions filed by the convicts challenging the death sentence awarded to them under section 376 (E) of the IPC. In April 2014, a sessions court here held five persons guilty in the Aug..
                 

Avalanche hits Kashmir's Gurez sector

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Kochi footwear godown fire: Kerala fire and rescue services asked to submit detailed report

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Cancer Patient, Her Son Thrashed by Hospital Workers in Lucknow for Using Staff Toilet

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Terming Gumnami Baba as Netaji a sinister campaign: Subhash Chandra Bose`s family

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$100,000 Bond For Jussie Smolett, Judge Calls Racist Charges 'Despicable'

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This Artist 'Paints' With Sun, Creates Masterpieces By Burning Wood

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Today's picks: From Grasim to Tata Motors, hot stocks to buy on Friday

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Russia will vote in Indian election, says Thomas Friedman

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Kejriwal king of U-turns, evident by AAP’s entreaties to Congress for alliance: BJP

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With little help from Congress MLAs, AAP corners Punjab govt in House

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Thinking of a different kind of legacy

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Soon after the door was opened for me and I entered our home in Mumbai and greeted my parents, my mother made an observation about how my hair looked dry. I told her it's something about the desert water, perhaps. I had spent four days in Udaipur and two nights in Jaipur. Because I was so busy the day I was to take the train from Delhi, I found no time to pack the shampoo that best agrees with the texture of my hair. I relied on hotel products. I was excited about showering in the bathroom at home as much as I was about eating food made by my parents, who always know how to greet my palate with my most favourite of comfort foods: prawn curry, rice and fried fish. When I was done, my mother suggested remedying the parched status of my hair. She heated up some Goan coconut oil and added a capsule of Vitamin E. I sat on the floor as she massaged it into my scalp and my tresses. I had been nursing so much menstrual fatigue, my mother's touch felt like a salve. I took an afternoon nap, se..
                 

Elderly Man Sentenced to 3 Years in Rigorous Imprisonment for Molesting Minor Girl Inside Cab

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Proposal to Bar H-1B Spouses from Working in US Reaches White House for Final Decision

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Boeing offers F/A-18 Super Hornet to IAF and Navy, meets HAL and Mahindra officials

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NIA searches 10 locations in Jharkhand and West Bengal in terror funding case

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President Must Act: BJP Ally On Meghalaya Governor's "Kashmiri" Shocker

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Goldman Sachs says 'laggard India is a large overweight' among Asian MFs

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UNSC condemns Pulwama terror attack, stresses on need to hold organisers and financiers of 'reprehensible acts'

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Gujarat cops land in Patiala to arrest farmer, return after protest

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In bail order, Punjab HC says police party cannot be solely blamed for firing

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Now, walk straight to Bandra Fort through the promenade

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Imagine being able to walk down the Bandra Bandstand promenade right up to the Bandra Fort - that's what the civic body plans to let you do with the proposed extension of the promenade. While the alignment of the 300 metre-long extension is yet to be finalised, civic officials from H West ward said that the project aims to connect the Bandstand promenade beginning from opposite Mannat, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's residence, right up to the entrance of the Bandra Fort. Civic officials said that there are two gardens towards the fort end of the promenade that lie unattended, owing to being disconnected from the promenade. "We will create a pathway and interconnect these two gardens so that people will no longer have to walk on the road to reach the fort," said H V Javeed, executive engineer of H West ward. Walk along the seaCivic officials said that they will also demolish two sheds at the end of the existing promenade - including one meant for Gana..
                 

LIVE! 3 kg beef can be traced but not 350 kg RDX, asks Congress leader

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Pakistan`s ad-hoc judge joins ICJ proceedings in Kulbhushan Jadhav case

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SC to hear PIL seeking protection for Kashmiri students; Omar slams PM, Congress for silence

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"He Let It Out On Me": Man Punches Lawyer After Getting 47 Years In Jail

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ONGC, Oil India, Dr Reddy's and Jet Airways may hog the limelight today

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Sukhbir: Ranjit Singh panel report written by Capt Amarinder Singh, his Cabinet

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Let's not talk about unmarried couples

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Following mid-day's test drive on the way several hotels treat unmarried couples, the Hotel and Restaurant Association Western India (HRAWI) has thrown up their hands saying they neither encourage nor oppose such a policy. Meanwhile, after Thursday's report, readers talked about their own experiences in hotels.. Meanwhile, after reading Thursday's report, more such couples reached out to mid-day with their horror stories in city hotels. Speaking to mid-day, G S Kohli, president of HRAWI said, "The association has no role to play here; it neither encourages nor opposes the issue. It has been left to member hotels to frame their operating policies depending on their positioning, clientele and other local factors." Meanwhile, some more readers contacted mid-day to recount the discriminatory behaviour they've had to face. One mid-day reader had an unsavoury experience while checking out of a hotel even though she'd stayed there with her husband. Rep Pic/Getty Images Just meeting a frien..
                 

Gujarat State Transport Employees on Strike; Wage Hike Demand Cripples Bus Service

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FMS Delhi final placements 2019: Average package hikes up to Rs 23.2 LPA, Sales and Marketing top choice

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PM Narendra Modi visits National Cemetery in Seoul, pays homage to fallen soldiers

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US' Final Call On H-1B Visas Could Affect Tens Of Thousands Of Indians

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Commodity outlook by Tradebulls Securities: Buy aluminum, natural gas

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Skyfall? Space Probe Takes Aim, Set to to Fire Bullet into Asteroid

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Farmers stop exporting tomatoes to Pakistan in wake of Pulwama attack

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HAL proposes Defence Ministry to procure new squadron of Sukhoi-30 fighter jets

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PM Pays Tributes At Korea Cemetery, To Be Conferred With Seoul Peace Prize

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Kerala Nirmal Lottery NR-109 Results to be announced soon

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Beware of fraud UAE job offers, Indian nationals warned

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Consulate General of India in Dubai on Thursday asked job seekers to stay away from fraudulent job advertisements luring Indians to the UAE. In a statement, the Consulate said they have come across at least two fraud job offers made to Indian nationals in the name of UAE companies. The Consulate said "job seekers should not fall prey to such bogus job offers and in case of any doubt, may seek clarification from the Consulate by sending an email to Vice Consul (Labour) at labour.dubai@mea.gov.in and copy to cgoffice.dubai@mea.gov.in". The Consulate also attached a fake job offer for English Lecturer from a university in the UAE. The document details a lucrative salary and numerous perks, some of whom seem too good to be true. However, there was a catch in the letter, shared by the Consulate. It asks the candidate to "pay for visa and work permit processing, as a proof of readiness and seriousness to join our team", which is not the procedure as the employer is required to pay for th..
                 

NIA searches 10 locations in Jharkhand, West Bengal in terror funding case

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Realme 3 Dual Camera Setup Teased, Tipped to Come in Two Variants

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Raveena Tandon As A Bride. On 15th Anniversary, Glimpses Of Wedding Album

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How do we make it possible for people to vote from where they are?

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Tata Group roped in for Buddha Nullah clean-up, says Ludhiana MP

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Man involved in 113 criminal cases arrested in Delhi

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A man allegedly involved in more than 113 cases of murder, dacoity and robbery, was arrested in Kapashera following a brief exchange of fire with the police, a senior officer said on Thursday. Raju alias Hakla was involved in more than 113 cases of murder, attempt to murder, dacoity, robbery, snatching, among others. Officials of several police stations were searching for him, the officer said. Acting on a tip off, a Crime Branch team laid a trap near the expected place of his arrival in the early hours on Wednesday. The accused's car was intercepted and he was instructed to surrender, police said. Instead of doing so, he fired upon the police party and tried to flee, they added. He fired at a head constable, but missed. In retaliation a policeman also fired a round in the air from his service pistol and the police team manage to overpower the accused from Pushpanjali Farm House in Kapashera, they said. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. A..
                 

After rape of homeless girl in Mahim, seven-year-old chained to her bed

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How far would you go to protect your child? One mother's fear for her daughter's safety has become a shackle for the seven-year-old. Day and night, the child remains chained to her cot on the footpath her family calls home. This brutal treatment is the only way her mother could think of to protect her, as she heard how a little girl in Mahim was raped and murdered, after being kidnapped from her pavement dwelling. The girl's mother, Sapna Kaur, said the seven-year-old would get into all kinds of trouble. "I was already upset about her mischiefs. She can't sit still for a minute. She is so naughty, she would fight all the time with her classmates and not focus on studies. So last year, after completing Std II, she stopped going to school," said Sapna. While Sapna, 25, heads out in the daytime to sell hair clips and other knick-knacks on the footpath, her daughter and mother 60-year-old mother, Meet Kaur, stay home at the shack they set up on the footpath at Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar, Si..
                 

India pays for denying Pak shooters visas

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Centre Gives Assam Rifles Power to Arrest and Search Without Warrant in 5 Northeast States

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After fight on Tinder, woman threatens to blow up Rashtrapati Bhavan; cops on lookout

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Protein-Rich Fish Are Perfect For Quick Weight Loss

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Videocon loan row: CBI lookout circulars against Chanda Kochhar and husband

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Why 12 huge oil tankers filled with seawater are on a trans-Atlantic voyage

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Google remembers 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin on his birthday with a Doodle

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Cheque bounce cases: Punjab farmers block highway as talks with banks, govt fail

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Farmers' march to Mumbai suspended after talks with Maharashtra govt

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A leading farmers' organisation on Thursday announced suspension of its ongoing protest march from Nashik to Mumbai over agrarian concerns after talks with the Maharashtra government. The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS), backed by the CPI(M), announced suspension of the 180-km march from Nashik to Mumbai after a three-and-a-half hour meeting of its representatives with state ministers Girish Mahajan and Jaykumar Rawal. The farmers had embarked on the march on Thursday morning, but it was called off later. "The meeting (held Thursday) yielded positive results. We will suspend the march today," AIKS president Ashok Dhawale told PTI after the meeting between the two sides at Ambebahula village in Nashik. This is the second time in the last one year that farmers were on the roads to protest against the "betrayal" of peasants by the BJP governments at the Centre and in the state. Earlier, they had planned to launch the march on Wednesday but it was deferred by a day allegedly after the state ..
                 

Smile, here's an app to teach you how!

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Healthy teeth and wide smiles, that's what a doctor from Mumbai's Government Dental College wanted for her patients, and thus developed a mobile application called 'PedoDontics' that aims to help sensitise children about oral healthcare. The application, that caters to patients in the age group of zero to 13, has been downloaded by 700 people since its launch on Monday. "Considering the growing use of smartphones among teenagers and their parents, we thought of developing an application that would have all the basic information about oral healthcare. This application has been designed in a way that gives information based on the age of the child," said Dr Dimple Padave, professor and a pediatric dental surgeon at Government Dental College. Dr Padave designed the app to also help parents follow the right oral care for their children. The application provides guidance to parents regarding the formation of milk teeth, development of cavities and misalignm..
                 

How many films have Anil-Madhuri done together?

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Will get Delhi full statehood within 2 years if AAP wins all seven Lok Sabha seats: Arvind Kejriwal

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UP School Principal Sells Bangles To Donate Funds To Families Of Soldiers

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PM Modi visits National Cemetary in Seoul, pays homage to Korean martyrs

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MARKETS LIVE: Key factors that are likely to guide market on Friday

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Arvind Kejriwal never approached me for an alliance: Sheila Dixit

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Delhi Congress President Sheila Dikshit said she was never approached by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to forge an alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls as claimed by him and asserted the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader has reached the "stage of frustration". "He has not spoken to us. He does not know what he is saying. The AAP leader has reached the stage of frustration," Dikshit, a three-time chief minister of Delhi, told the media here. Addressing a public rally near Jama Masjid, Kejriwal had claimed that the AAP leaders were tired of trying to convince the Congress to form an alliance with the party. In his speech, Kejriwal on Wednesday had said, "We are tired of convincing the Congress to form an alliance, but they do not understand. If there is an alliance, the BJP will lose all the seven Lok Sabha seats it currently has in Delhi." The rally was held in the minority dominated pocket of Chandni Chowk Lok Sabha seat, held by Union Minister Harsh Vardhan. "I don't know what the..
                 

Student throws mobile into gutter before HSC exam. Here's why

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The stringent rules about students not being allowed to carry mobile phones during the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exams that began on Thursday, sparked a discussion when a student allegedly threw hers into a gutter outside the centre. The incident happened outside Ramnivas Ruia Junior College, when the student was asked to leave her phone behind before entering the exam hall. She did not return to retrieve it. The girl whose identity is not known, probably had no one accompanying her to keep it with, and so allegedly threw away the phone in order to enter the exam hall. A security guard said, "Everyone was asked to keep their phones outside the gate, as they are not allowed inside the exam hall. When she was told she simply could not take the phone inside, she immediately threw her phone in the gutter, and entered the exam centre. She hasn't returned to take it." The authorities at the college refused to comment about the incident. However, a faculty member said, "The colle..
                 

IOC Urges India's Isolation, Suspends Talks on Hosting Future Events After Pakistani Shooters Denied Visa

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Big Win for India as UN Security Council Names Masood Azhar’s JeM in Pulwama Statement, China Too On Board

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In big boost for India, UNSC condemns Pulwama terror attack, mentions JeM

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SpaceX Rocket Carrying Israel's First Lunar Lander Launched From Florida

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Top 10 biz headlines: EPFO hikes interest rate, Jet rescue plan, and more

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Lt Gen DS Hooda, the Architect of Surgical Strikes, to Lead Rahul Gandhi's Task Force on National Security

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Time has come for world to unite in fight against terrorism: PM Narendra Modi in South Korea

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial: SC declines urgent hearing on NGO`s plea

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More Staff For Railway Protection Force In Kashmir After Pulwama Attack

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UNSC resolution on Pulwama contained language proposed by India: Sources

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Not Just 10 Lakh, But 23 Lakh Tribal and Forest-Dwelling Families Face Eviction; Anger Mounts Over Govt's Silence

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