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India asks ICJ to declare Kulbhushan Jadhav's trial by Pak court 'unlawful'

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Reliance Group stocks surge 10% on pact preventing share sale

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NBCC leads the race for Jaypee Infra with Rs 1000 crore offer

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Pulwama attack: Mehbooba, Omar urge Centre to ensure safety of Kashmiris

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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to Congress workers: Don't expect miracle from me

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Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra told party workers from Uttar Pradesh's Bundelkhand region that they should not expect a "miracle" from her and the party's performance depends on its booth-level organisation. The AICC General Secretary Uttar Pradesh East warned the party workers that anyone found indulging in anti-party activities will be shown the door, a leader who attended the meeting said.During the meeting, held at the Congress' war room at 15 Gurudwara Rakabganj Road, Priyanka Gandhi reviewed the booth-level organisation of the party in the region -- under which 19 Assembly and four Lok Sabha seats fall. The four parliamentary segments in Bundelkhand are -- Jhansi-Lalitpur, Jaluan, Banda and Hamirpur. She asked the Congress workers to strengthen the booth-level organisation of the party."I cannot do a miracle from above, the workers need to strengthen the party at the booth level and I need your support for strengthening the party in the state," the leader..
                 

Worried About Husband's Safety in Kashmir, Army Jawan's Wife Kills Self

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Pakistan Honours Saudi Crown Prince With Highest Civilian Award

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Banita Says Varmaa, Tamil Remake Of Arjun Reddy, Made 'Perfect Sense'

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Modi to address HAL event in Rahul Gandhi's turf of Amethi on February 27

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Over 80,000 donate for Pulwama martyrs through 'Bharat Ke Veer'

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Delhi govt dedicates Kabir bhajans to Pulwama attack martyrs

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Mamata Banerjee questions timing of Pulwama terror attack before polls

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Two in police custody for murders of Kerala Youth Congress workers

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The Kerala Police on Monday took two persons into custody in connection with the murders of two Youth Congress workers at Kasargode on Sunday night. The activists - Krupesh, 19, and Joshy, 24 - were hacked to death by three assailants who came on motorcycles. While Krupesh breathed his last at the Kasargode district hospital, Joshy died en route to a medical facility in Mangaluru, Karnataka. The authorities have also got in touch with the Karnataka Police chief over the case, Kerala Police officers said. According to the First Information Report filed by the police, there was a 13 cm deep wound on Krupesh's head, while Joshy's neck was gashed. Condemning the murders, Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted: "The brutal murder of two members of our Youth Congress family in Kasargode, Kerala, is shocking. The Congress party stands in solidarity with the families of these two young men and I send them my deepest condolences. We will not rest till the murderers are brought to justice."..
                 

Terrorists using remote motorcycle keys to trigger IEDs in Kashmir: Report

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Indian forces will give befitting reply to Pulwama attack: Amit Shah

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Multiple Applications For JEE Main April 2019 Will Be Rejected: NTA

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Infosys pays Rs 34 lakh to settle case with Sebi over severance payment

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Supreme Court admits Reliance Infra petition on Airport Metro arbitration

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Saradha scam: Calcutta HC grants interim relief from arrest to Nalini Chidambaram for six weeks

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ED to Quiz Robert Vadra Again Tomorrow in Connection With London-based Property

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Kulbhushan Jadhav case: At ICJ, India tears into Pakistan with scathing counters

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Pakistan`s ad hoc judge at ICJ suffers cardiac arrest during Kulbhushan Jadhav`s case hearing: Report

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GM Unveils 'Ariv' E-Bikes, Plans Europe Launch In Second Quarter

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Strong US presence at five-day Aero India show from Feb 20

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A battery of US Naval assets, including the F/A-18 Super Hornet, will be on display at the Aero India Show being held here from February 20 to 24 as part of strengthening defence cooperation between the two countries. In addition, more than 100 United States Department of Defence personnel will support the US delegation at the show. US Ambassador to India Kenneth I Juster, who is head of the delegation to the Aero India show, said the United States and India were committed to strengthening defence cooperation, in line with Indias status as a major defence Partner. "I am pleased to be here to support our largest-ever U.S participation in Aero India. Defense acquisitions are an important component in deepening our bilateral ties and contributing to a balanced trade relationship," he said in a statement here. In addition, the US Department of Commerce and US Department of State officials would also participate in the show. US Naval assets on display will include the F/A-18 ...
                 

Bloodshed will only stop when Centre overhauls its approach to J&K: Mehbooba Mufti

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SC to Consider Plea for Urgent Hearing of PIL Against Article 370 Granting Special Status to J&K

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Watch: Man Chants Anti-Pakistan Slogans to Sell Shoes in Aftermath of Pulwama Attack

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Just one slap from army man made Jaish chief Maulana Masood Azhar sing like a canary: Former cop

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Minerva Punjab Move Court After AIFF Goes Ahead With Match In Srinagar

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Chit Fund: WB Chief Secy, DGP, Kolkata Police chief refute CBI charge of obstruction in probe in SC

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West Bengal government and its police refuted CBI allegations in the Supreme Court Monday that they obstructed investigation into the Saradha chit fund scam cases, with the state cops asserting the central agency forcefully tried to enter the Kolkata police commissioner's residence on February 3 without valid papers. Chief secretary Malay Kumar De, DGP Virendera Kumar and Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar filed separate affidavits in the apex court on the contempt petition moved by the CBI in connection with the scam and tendered "unconditional and unambiguous apology" for alleged disobedience of the court. The trio maintained however that the West Bengal government and the state police at no point of time obstructed investigation nor any official denied cooperation to CBI. The officers opposed the contempt petition against in which CBI alleged that they were tampering with evidence and not complying with the apex court's various orders relating to the probe by asserting that ....
                 

Power Grid's K Sreekant gets additional charge as NTPC Director Finance

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State-run utility Power Grid Corporation's Director Finance K Sreekant has been given additional charge as Director Finance of NTPC for a period of six months from February 12. "Ministry of Power on February 13, 2019, has assigned additional charge to the post of Director (Finance), NTPC Limited to K Sreekant, Director (Finance), Power Grid Corporation for a period of six months from February 12, 2019 or till the appointment of a regular incumbent or until further orders, whichever is the earliest," a BSE filing said. NTPC's board has appointed Sreekant as Director Finance on the board through a circular resolution with effect from February 12, the filing said. Sreekant (55 years) is CMA and PGDM (Finance) from Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. He has over 33 years of experience in the power sector involving all facets of finance and accounting function and in particular, long term financial planning, investment appraisals, formulation of capital budgets, resource .....
                 

Pulwama gunfight ends; three terrorists killed

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High Court reserves verdict in AJL eviction case

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'India y so Angry?' Pakistani Comedian's Message to Stop the Hate is Going Viral

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'Who Released JeM Chief?' Sidhu Reminds BJP of Kandahar After Drawing Flak for Pulwama Comments

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J&K administration withdraws security of five separatist leaders

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Health Licence Of 30 Hotels In Karol Bagh Suspended By NDMC: Mayor

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Maruti Suzuki Cars To Become 95 Per Cent Recoverable And 85 Per Cent Recyclable

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Pulwama encounter: Four soldiers dead, Jaish terrorist under lens for CRPF convoy attack killed

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Shot twice, father drives daughter to exam centre, then visits hospital

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Begusarai: In a surreal series of events, a man with a gunshot wound dropped off his daughter at an examination centre before driving himself to a private hospital. The alleged incident occurred in  Begusarai district of Bihar. In the rare case of exemplary courage that comes to light from West Bengal, the man, identified as Ram Kripal Singh, was driving his motorbike along with his 18-year-old daughter Damini Kumari, to an Intermediate examination centre. All of a sudden six miscreants halted them near Lasrahi village on the Birpur-Begusarai road and tried to tie her father's hands, said Damini to Times of India. The miscreants later allegedly fired two bullets at the man from close range. "The criminals first tried to tie his hands. When I opposed, they pumped two bullets into his chest at a very close range and fled on their bikes," said Damini. She went further to say that her father, who is a former mukhiya of the Birpur east panchayat, did not pay heed to her advice an..
                 

Amid Bajrang Dal Offensive, Sikh Samaritans Come to Rescue of Kashmiri Students in Uttarakhand

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Kamal Haasan sparks massive row, asks why no plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir

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SBI Offers Accounts For Minors: Interest Rate, Benefits And Other Details

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Paradip, Dhamra ports diversify cargo to counter Subarnarekha port

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RBI to pay Rs 28,000 crore as interim dividend to government

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Rajasthan HC extends stay on Robert Vadra's arrest, asks him to cooperate with ED

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At ICJ, India seeks Kulbhushan Jadhav’s release, annulment of Pakistan court verdict

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Over 80k persons donate for Pulwama martyrs through 'Bharat Ke Veer'

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More than 80,000 persons have come forward since February 14 to contribute over Rs 20 crore to the ‘Bharat Ke Veer corpus for the CRPF personnel killed in the Pulwama terror attack, the government said on Monday.A total of Rs 46 crore has been collected and disbursed under the initiative to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers who lost their lives in the terrorist attack, the government said.At least 49 troopers were killed and many more injured when an explosive-laden vehicle was rammed into a CRPF convoy in Pulwama on the Jammu-Srinagar highway on February 14.The ‘Bharat ke Veer' website and mobile application were launched by Home Minister Rajnath Singh in April 2017. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar was also involved in the initiative.Technically supported by National Informatics Centre (NIC) and powered by State Bank of India, the website and app allow anyone to financially support the brave hearts of their choice or donate to a general corpus. A person ca..
                 

Mastermind of Pulwama attack gunned down; four army men martyred

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Pulwama (Jammu and Kashmir): Four Army personnel, including a major, and two Jaish terrorists were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Monday, three days after a suicide bomber from the group drove his explosives-laden vehicle into a CRPF bus in the area, defence officials said. A civilian was also killed in the exchange of fire in Pinglan area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, they said. "The terrorists are believed to be linked to the February 14 car bombing. The exact identities of the two terrorists killed are being ascertained," a defence spokesperson said. Security forces launched a cordon and search operation during the night after receiving inputs about the presence of militants in the area, a police official said. Militants fired at forces as the searches got underway, triggering a gun battle, officials said. The gunfight started late on Sunday after security forces, including the Rashtriya Rifles (RR), Special Operations Group (SOG..
                 

Farmers React To Hailstorm & Rains Damaging Their Crops

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'Stop Pakistan Obsession, Set Our Own House in Order', Says Mehbooba on Centre's Approach to J&K

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Time for talks has passed, says PM Narendra Modi after Pulwama terror attack

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Lok Sabha Elections 2019: "Modi Wave Hasn't Waned", BS Yeddyurappa Says

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Calcutta High Court Grants Interim Protection To MP Who Has Joined BJP

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When just one slap from Indian army man rattled JeM's Maulana Masood Azhar

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Pak confers highest civilian award Nishan-e-Pakistan on Saudi crown prince

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Narayanasamy-Kiran Bedi standoff: Congress asks Centre to intervene

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Two Kashmiri students arrested in Himachal Pradesh over comments on Facebook page

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Pakistan Using Jadhav as Propaganda Tool, Violated Vienna Convention on Consular Access: India Tells ICJ

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Only 89 of Over 6000 Candidates Short-Listed For Lateral Entry into Civil Services

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ED summons Robert Vadra to appear for questioning in money laundering case on Tuesday

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Pulwama encounter ends after 18 hours; three JeM terrorists killed, four soldiers, one policeman martyred

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Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti's Warning Against "Hounding Kashmiris"

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Suspended by BJP, Kirti Azad joins Congress, calls it 'ghar wapasi'

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India & Bangladesh working to improve connectivity: Envoy

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Both Dhaka and New Delhi are working to improve connectivity between the two countries to boost trade and tourism, Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner to India, Shah Mohammad Tanvir Monsur said on Monday. The Governments of Bangladesh and India are working on river routes, rail and air connectivity to boost tourism, he said. "... From next month, the Civil Aviation Ministry of the Government of India is going to launch a direct flight between Guwahati and Dhaka. I am sure that this will address connectivity and boost tourism growth manifold between the two countries," Monsur said, addressing a tourism convention here. "Currently, I am issuing 150 visas daily. I am sure from next month, the number of visas will increase three times or at least 400 every day," he said. Monsur said Bangladesh will put its best efforts to export and enhance tourism medical, religious, archaeological tourism, between the two countries. "The Government of Bangladesh is working on river .....
                 

Pulwama encounter: What we know so far

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Delhi high court reserves verdict in National Herald eviction case

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Why Selective Anger Against Mayawati and Statues of Dalit-Bahujan Icons is Deeply Casteist

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Indian Diplomat Rebuffs Handshake, Offers 'Namaskar' Instead to Pak Attorney General in ICJ

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Porsche Warns Of Brexit Price Hike On UK Cars

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EWS Admission In Delhi Schools To Start Tomorrow

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Meet stresses on making surgeries affordable for rural masses

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: A three-day international symposium on surgical innovations and healthcare was inaugurated on Monday in Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, USA, and Boston Childrens Hospital, also in the USA. The thrust of the symposium was on innovations for surgery affordable to the rural communities in India, with the participation of expert doctors from the Harvard Medical School and Boston Childrens Hospital along with surgeons and researchers from different parts of India. Speaking at the symposium, senior scientist from Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Dr C V Muralidharan said young engineers and medical professionals should embark on a journey towards technical innovation. Giving a glimpse of the current technical innovation trends that have currently found a space in healthcare, he exhorted the students to bridge the gap between the existing technology and the need of..
                 

MHA briefs EC about JK situation on holding simultaneous LS, assembly polls

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A high-level team of the Ministry of Home Affairs, led by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, on Monday briefed the Election Commission about the prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF jawans were killed, officials said. The meeting was held to help the Election Commission (EC) in taking a decision on holding Lok Sabha elections as well as the assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, which is currently under President's rule, they said. During the hour-long meeting, the MHA team apprised the EC about the ground realities in the state, strength of central forces currently deployed and the additional forces which could be made available for election duties, a government official said. The EC will have to take a decision on whether to hold Lok Sabha and assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir simultaneously or conduct the assembly polls later in the year based on the assessment provided by the MHA. The MHA team also apprised the EC about..
                 

Declare Jadhav's trial in Pakistan 'unlawful', India asks ICJ

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Lok Sabha Alliance Sealed, BJP to Fight on 25 Seats, Shiv Sena on 23

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No Southern Friends For BJP, Except in TN, Has Party Betting Big on Karnataka

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India, Pakistan to face off in ICJ over Kulbhushan Jadhav`s case

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Volkswagen Group's Global Sales Decline By 1.8 Per Cent In January 2019

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