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Justice Muralidhar, Who Pulled Up Delhi Police for Inaction During Riots, Transferred to Punjab & Haryana HC

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United in Grief: For Riot-hit Hindu and Muslim Families of North-east Delhi, A Long Wait to Claim Bodies of Kin

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Mumbai Crime: Auto driver assaults 7-yr-old boy for 'stealing money'

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Bandra police have arrested an autorickshaw driver for assaulting a seven-year-old boy for allegedly stealing money from his vehicle. The matter was brought to light by an actor-comedian who recorded the incident on his mobile phone and alerted Mumbai police on Twitter. "I was on my way to purchase some grocery around 3.30 pm on Tuesday when I heard the sound of a tight slap. I saw a man hitting a minor boy who then started bleeding from on his nose. I captured the incident on my phone and tweeted it, and tagged the Mumbai police," Sundeep Sharma told mid-day. A team of Bandra police rushed to the site, rescued the child and took the driver into custody. The police identified the accused as Sajid Salim Shaikh, 31. Bandra actor-comedian Sundeep Sharma "Minutes later, a police team reached the spot and hauled the driver to Bandra police station. The child was rushed to a hospital," Sharma said. When the police questioned Shaikh, he accused the boy of stealing money from his auto. The pol..
                 

BJP rejects resignation call

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Need Sonia as Congress chief for ‘foreseeable future’: Manish Tewari

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Congress put family above nation: BJP on Trump banquet boycott

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Indians on board coronavirus-hit Japan ship return on Air India flight

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Mumbai: Daughter of dentist killed in BDL lift mishap gets BMC job

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After a long wait of almost 10 months, the family of noted dentist Dr Arnavaz Havewala, who died after sustaining severe injuries in an accident when the elevator she was in at the Bhau Daji Lad museum collapsed, received financial help. Early this month the museum trust paid R10 lakh to Dr Havewala's children, and her daughter Hera was offered the position of house officer in the dental department at the civic-run Sion hospital. On April 28, 2019, Dr Havewala had visited the Bhau Daji Lad museum in Byculla with her 24-year-old daughter, Hera. The elevator collapsed when they were in it and Dr Havewala suffered a severe pelvic fracture and injured her heels, while her daughter fractured her leg. Dr Havewala was rushed to Masina Hospital and 10 days later died of cardiac arrest. The board that displays Dr Arnavaz Havewala's daughter Hera's name as House Officer at Sion hospital Dr Havewala was a single parent and her son and daughter, who were both studying at the time, were financially..
                 

Mumbai: 2-year-old boy falls on escalator in Mulund, loses three fingers

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A casual visit to a shopping mall in Mulund turned into a nightmare for Bhandup-based Rajiwade family when their two-year-old son's right hand got stuck in-between two steps of an escalator and he lost three fingers in the process. The incident happened on Tuesday night when they had gone to the mall with friends." Twenty-six-year-old Ravindra Rajiwade, an auto-driver, said that after having snacks at the food court of R Mall, they went to the ground floor. "While my wife was busy window-shopping, I was holding my son Chinmay by his hand. Suddenly he left my hand and walked towards the escalator," said Ravindra. Ravindra immediately followed him but the toddler tried to climb up the escalator, which was moving downwards. R-Mall in Mulund "Within a split second, he fell and his right hand got stuck in between two stairs. I screamed for help but there was no one around," added Ravindra. By the time the mall administration acted, Chinmay had lost three fingers of his right hand. He sustai..
                 

Elgaar Parishad case accused doesn’t turn up, Koregaon Bhima inquiry panel drops her as witness

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In case of another Pulwama, there will be no status quo, says IAF chief Bhadauria

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Coronavirus: Travellers from Iran, Italy to be screened at Mumbai

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Not Shah, ask for Maha HM's resignation for Hinganghat case: BJP's Sudhir Mungantiwar hits back at Cong

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Hitting back at Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi for demanding the resignation of Union Home Minister Amit Shah for Delhi violence, BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar on Wednesday said Congress, following similar lines, should ask for Maharastra Home Minister (Anil Deshmukh) for the Hinganghat case.In Hinganghat, a 25-year-old lecturer was set ablaze by a stalker in Maharashtra's Wardha, who succumbed to her injuries after a week-long battle on February 10."There were many such riots that occurred during the Congress government's rule in the country, for which a Home Minister was responsible. If in these scenarios, one can be held a Home Minister responsible then they should ask for the resignation of Maharashtra Home Minister," Mungantiwar told media persons here."They had no shame when the Hinganghat incident happened. Women are being stripped...but they ask for resignation at any time," he said.Calling the recent violence in Delhi as 'planned conspiracy', Sonia Gandhi on .....
                 

Elgar Parishad case: 9 arrested accused shifted from Pune to Mumbai jails

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Maha Govt likely to follow Bihar CM’s stand on CAA, NPR

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Telangana police to probe cop kicking father of teen girl who allegedly committed suicide

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A police constable who purportedly kicked a man, who attempted to prevent police from taking for postmortem, the dead body of his teenage daughter, who allegedly committed suicide earlier this week, has been attached to Sangareddy District headquarters, Telangana Police said on Wednesday. A departmental probe has also been ordered against him.Superintendent of Police (in-charge), Medak District, Chandana Deepthi told ANI: "We received a complaint from a man stating that his daughter Sandhya Rani, an intermediate student at Narayana Junior College in Patancheru has committed suicide on February 24 after she got ill and the college management did not allow her to go home.""While the deceased dead body was being shifted to Patancheru government hospital for a postmortem, her father obstructed the way and tried to take the body to the college management for protest," the SP said.Deepthi claimed that Bhanoor Police constable Sridhar unknowingly kicked the deceased girl's father during the ...
                 

Why Akshay Kumar feels LUCKY

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Uproar in Maha Assembly as BJP demand for resolution on Savarkar rejected

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J&K shall forever be integral part: India at UNHRC

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Coronavirus outbreak: Plane delivers medical equipment in Wuhan, leaves with stranded Indians

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Lawyers' bodies differ over Justice Arun Mishra's praise for PM Modi

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Delhi violence: US embassy issues advisory for its citizens

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Shaheen Bagh sit-in: Supreme Court puts off hearing to March 23

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Delhi violence: BJP hits back at Congress, raises 1984 riots

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Wounded Delhi limps to a tense calm after mobs turn it into battleground

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In a first, govt plans Women’s Day campaign on large scale

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SC notice to J&K on plea challenging Mehbooba Mufti detention under PSA

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Nitish resolution against NRC, Tejashwi in loop, ally BJP not

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Nobody will be allowed to disturb peace in Punjab: Amarinder Singh

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IndusInd Bank CEO race gets interesting as Tata Capital's Sabharwal enters

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In J&K, Central laws to be under concurrent list

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Rs 1,480-cr Technical Textiles Mission gets Cabinet nod

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12 cities to get new air quality monitoring stations

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State to introduce law for 7-day probe, 14-day trial for crimes against women

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The state will soon legislate a stringent law to prevent heinous atrocities against women and children before the Budget session comes to an end. Home minister Anil Deshmukh told the lower house on Wednesday that his department was in the process of drafting a law on the basis of the stringet Disha Act of Andhra Pradesh. The 'Disha Act' asks for completing detection and filing of chargesheet in the court within seven working days and mandates that the trial must end in 14 working days. The AP government amended the IPC and the CrPC for ensuring a death penalty for committing heinous crimes and fast-tracking cases. Home Minister Anil Deshmukh with NCP MP Supriya Sule at Vidhan Bhavan on Wednesday. Pics/Suresh Karkera Replying to a debate on the increasing incidents of crime against women such as the one in Hinganghat where a college teacher was burnt alive, Deshmukh said that he, accompanied by a team of officers from Maharashtra met the Andhra CM Jaganmohan Reddy for understanding the ..
                 

Wellington was an aberration?

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New Zealand could be the hardest place to win at cricket with conditions so heavily tilted in favour of the hosts. But that is only one part of the reason why the Indian batsmen performed so poorly in the opening Test at Wellington where the hosts logged in a 10-wicket victory over the World No. 1 team. Some of India's distinguished batsmen played like millionaires and old timers will point to the fact that the batsmen didn't conform to the need of occupying the crease long enough. One-drop Cheteshwar Pujara was not guilty on that score but the patience virtue didn't yield an impressive amount of runs for him — only 11 in each innings. Virat Kohli couldn't resist driving at a fullish delivery from Kyle Jamieson and was pouched by Ross Taylor at slip. A pull shot in the second innings caused an edge, which was picked up by wicketkeeper BJ Watling. Ajinkya Rahane got starts in both innings but couldn't go the distance against some high quality swing and seam bowling. Opener Mayank ..
                 

Analysts turn cautious on metal stocks as coronavirus fears escalate

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US concerned over presence of Crimean ministers in India

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Today's picks: From Hindalco to ITC, hot stocks to watch on Thursday

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PMFBY 2.0: A revamped crop insurance scheme

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Fadnavis’s bangle jibe leads to Sena, BJP war of words

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Remove songs glorifying violence, drugs from social media: Punjab to I&B, IT

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Never seen Shiv Sena so helpless, weak: Fadnavis over rejection of Savarkar resolution

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Lambasting Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray government for rejecting a proposal for a resolution to honour Vinayak Damodar Savarkar in the state Assembly, BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said he never got to see such a "weak and helpless" Shiv Sena."We are seeing ShivSena for last 25-30years. But never ever got to see such a helpless & weak Shiv Sena. It was Hindu Hruday Samrat Shiv Sena Pramukh Balasaheb Thackeray ji who protested against Mani Shankar Iyer and now just for the greed of power Shiv Sena is sitting with the same party which calls Veer Savarkar ji a Mafi Veer and a rapist," Fadnavis tweeted."It is a very painful and shameful day we witnessed in the history of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly," he said.Earlier in the day, the Maharashtra Assembly witnessed an uproar over the issue after Speaker Nana Patole rejected the BJP's demand to have a discussion over the resolution to honour Savarkar.On the death anniversary of Savarkar, BJP leader Sudhir..
                 

CISF takes over security of Srinagar airport, Jammu in first week of March

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Jamiat demands action against Kapil Mishra, cops present when he made 'inciting' remarks

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Delhi: Police fumbling, NSA Doval steps in, signals PM message

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Cabinet nod for order adopting central laws in Concurrent List for J&K

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Cabinet clears surrogacy Bill; covers widows, divorcee women

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Four students booked in sedition cases struggle to get lawyers

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With $100-bn, Singapore is planning for the worst of climate change

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Prashant Kishor thanks Nitish Kumar for retaining stance on NRC, NPR

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Delhi violence ‘chilling replay’ of Gujarat riots: Left

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Exchanges can offer direct mutual fund plans after approval from Sebi

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Naveen Patnaik becomes BJD chief for 8th consecutive time

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Gujarat Budget: focus on farm, education, health

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Merger of public sector banks on schedule, says Nirmala Sitharaman

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Myanmar President arrives in India; to hold talks with top leadership to strengthen ties

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Raining dividends on Street: Firms loosen purse strings to help promoters

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CISF takes over Srinagar airport security

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Govt’s grand plan for Harappan site hits squatters’ wall

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IAF flight delivers medical supplies for virus-hit Wuhan; leaves with 112 Indians and foreigners

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Missing IB Staffer's Dead Body Found from Drain in Riot-affected Chand Bagh, Family Blames AAP Corporator

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4,00,000 trees: Aarey-sized Green cover to be lost to build Gargai dam

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The civic body's plans for the Gargai dam in the Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary not only involve eating up 720 hectares of forest land, but also the destruction of over four lakh trees — a number equal to the tree population of the entire Aarey Milk Colony. The BMC has conveniently chosen to be silent about the colossal tree loss since the project's announcement. A Forest Department official, who did not wish to be named, said, "The BMC-appointed consultant, Naik Environment Research Institute Limited, in its survey of the site at Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary estimated the loss of four to five lakh indigenous trees." Kedar Gore Sources said that the indigenous trees are an integral part of the rich ecosystem on the 720-hectare land. The Gargai dam is meant to meet the present and future drinking water requirements of the city. In addition, 280 tribal families staying in seven nearby villages will also have to be rehabilitated. A nature lover suggested that instead of destroying them, BMC c..
                 

Best of BS Opinion: Why is it wrong to say Trump's visit has no substance?

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'Is it the end of democracy?' Mamata pens poem condemning Delhi violence

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2 dead at LNJP Hospital, Delhi violence death toll now 27

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Two more people lost their lives due to violence over Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in North East Delhi taking the total death toll to 27 on Thursday.While 25 deaths were reported from Guru Tegh Bahadur (GTB) Hospital, two casualties were reported from Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital late on Wednesday night.Dr Kishore Singh, Medical Superintendant, LNJP Hospital confirmed the two deaths.On Wednesday, Sunil Kumar, Medical Superintendent of Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital said three more people had died during medical treatment and the total number of deaths in the hospital was now at 25."We hope that the death toll does not increase further," said Kumar.Delhi Police has registered 18 FIRs and 106 people have been arrested in connection with the violence in North-East Delhi...
                 

How much milk does the country produce?

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BJP's Laxman asks Owaisi, KTR if they're working for Pak PM Imran Khan

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Attacking AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and TRS leader KT Rama Rao for not taking any action against AIMIM leader Waris Pathan for his recent controversial statement, BJP Telangana state president Dr K Laxman on Wednesday asked the duo whether they were working for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan or people of India."Owaisi brothers are spreading hatred among people and doing divisive politics. They are dividing people. AIMIM leader Waris Pathan has given a controversial statement and no reply came from Asaduddin Owaisi or TRS Minister and Working President KT Rama Rao. Why has Rao failed to ask Majlis party about Waris Pathan's statement? Are you (Asaduddin Owaisi and TRS party) working for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan or for the Indian people?" asked Laxman addressing an event here.He asked TRS to explain the reason for not condemning the statements of Pathan and Owaisi should respond in the matter.On February 20, while addressing an anti-CAA rally, at Kalaburagi in .....