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2019 general elections could be world’s most expensive: expert

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PM Narendra Modi pays tributes at Korea cemetery in Seoul

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On the second day of his visit to South Korea, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday paid tributes to Korean soldiers at the National Cemetery here. "Honouring the heroes. PM @narendramodi laid a wreath at the National Cemetery of the Republic of Korea that entombs remains of 165000 martyrs and paid homage to the fallen soldiers," tweeted MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar. Immediately after, the prime minister reached the Blue House which is the Korean Presidential Office where he received a ceremonial welcome. He is also scheduled to have a meeting with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, who had visited India in July 2018. In the afternoon at a brief ceremony, the Indian Prime Minister will be conferred with the Seoul Peace Prize, which was announced by the Seoul Peace Prize Cultural Foundation in October last year in recognition of his dedicated service to international cooperation, global growth, and human development. Prime Minister Modi reached Seoul on Thursday morning on a t..
                 

PM Must Say What He Was Doing in Initial 2 Hours After Pulwama attack: Congress

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`Enthusiasm of Kashmiri youth to become part of Indian Army is inspiring`

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Assam Rifles Can Arrest Without Warrant In 5 Northeast States: Centre

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Sara Ali Khan Moved Out Of Mother Amrita Singh's House To Stay With Sushant Singh Rajput?

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UP ATS arrest two alleged JeM terrorists from Deoband

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UP ATS arrests two alleged Jaish terrorists from Deoband

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Woman and her lover murder husband and dump body in bushes in Boisar

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A body of a 32-year-old man was found from the bushes of MIDC Shivajinagar on February 16 by Boisar police whereas a missing complaint was filed by his wife on February 15, 2019. The deceased has been identified as Anil Kumar Rawat (32). According to the Boisar police, Mamta, the wife of the deceased, had filed a missing complaint on February 15 when her husband did not return home for 3 days. The police received a call on February 16, around 10 am, from an unknown person, sharing information about a dead body that was spotted in the bushes at MIDC area. The police reached the spot at Shivajinagar and found the body, decomposed and with multiple wounds. The unidentified body was then sent for post mortem and results confirmed the body belonged to Anil, who had been missing for three days. The post mortem report stated the body had wounds on the right eye, shoulders, stomach and face, which indicate that he may have been allegedly attacked with a sharp weapon. According to the Free Pr..
                 

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 takes away 2 quotas, spares 14 at Delhi shooting World Cup

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Pakistan has 69 Banned Groups, it Sponsors Half of India's Proscribed Outfits: Documents

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Competition to Name India's First Bullet Train, Design its Mascot Announced

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Miffed with BJP leadership, NDA ally Apna Dal says `will choose our own path`

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Jammu-Srinagar Highway Remains Closed For 3rd Day Due To Snow, Landslides

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FCI Recruitment Begins Tomorrow: 388 Vacancies Reserved For EWS

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SC directs 11 states to act against assault on Kashmiris post Pulwama

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New law against illegal deposits is tough, yet investors must remain alert

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J-K govt moves SC for shifting 7 Pakistani terrorists to Tihar, says they are indoctrinating local inmates

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PM Modi awarded Seoul Peace Prize in South Korea, says it belongs to people of India

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Mamata Banerjee: Efforts on to introduce 'inhuman' religion in India

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In an apparent attack on the BJP, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday alleged that efforts were on to introduce an "inhuman" religion in the country on the basis of divisive politics. Banerjee, without directly naming it, accused the saffron party of trying to impose its choice of food, clothing and religion on the people and then deciding who would stay in the country and who would be thrown out. "They are trying to create an inhuman religion based on their belief and decide who are going to stay in the country and who will leave. They are deciding in which language people will speak, what the people will eat and wear. They are trying to change the history of the country," she said at a programme on the International Mother Language Day. "If some people are trying to implement one law as per their will, we will not let them do so. We don't support this theory of divisive politics...," she said. Banerjee urged people not to pay heed to provocations meant to create diff..
                 

Sikh group helps Kashmiri students travel back home

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Sikh non-profit organization Khalsa Aid has sent nearly 300 Kashmiri students from various places back to their home state following fear among them in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack on February 14 in which 40 CRPF troopers were killed. Khalsa Aid volunteers said on Thursday that the last batch of students from the region were sent on specially arranged vehicles with security till Jammu so that they could travel further ahead to their respective native places. Around 250 students from Kashmir Valley had gathered in Mohali town in Punjab, adjoining Chandigarh in the past week. "Most of them were fearing a backlash while some had experienced harassment. At some places, the Kashmiri students were asked to vacate their paying guest (PG) accommodations and had gathered at a gurdwara in Mohali," one volunteer said. Kashmiri students residing in PG accommodations in Mullana village in Haryana's Ambala district, around 75 km from here, were told to leave on February 16. Followi..
                 

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Rising India 2019: Crème de la Crème of Politics, Movies and Sports Come Together to Define Vision for a New India

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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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Meizu Note 9 to Launch on March 6, Meizu 16s Spy Photo Leaked

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Narendra Modi receives Seoul Peace Prize, dedicates it to 1.3 bn Indians

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Ford India launches updated 2019 edition of SUV Endeavour

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Ford India Friday launched updated, 2019, edition of its premium SUV Endeavour with price starting at Rs 28.19 lakh. With this version, the company has introduced six-speed manual transmission mated with the 2.2 litre diesel engine, Ford India said in a statement. A total of three options with 2.2 litre and 3.2 litre diesel engines, and six-speed automatic transmission, will now be available for the Endeavour model with price going up to Rs 33.31 lakh, it added. Ford India President and Managing Director Anurag Mehrotra said the new version takes forward the legacy of Endeavour, enabling customers to take on adventures and conquer tough terrains with ease while delivering on its value proposition. The updated Endeavour has new design 18-inch alloy wheels along with eight-way power adjustable driver and front passenger seat for superior comfort, the company said...
                 

ET Global Business Summit 2019

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After non-issuance of visa to Pak contingent, IOC revokes two Olympic quotas

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Sacrilege firing cases: Badal dares Amaringer Singh, DGP to put him in jail

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Arvind Kejriwal: Congress trying to weaken AAP in Delhi

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Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday attacked the Congress for allegedly trying to weaken the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi by not allying with it in the Lok Sabha elections. Addressing a gathering in Gandhi Nagar after inaugurating 181 newly-constructed lanes in four unauthorised colonies, Kejriwal said the only way the BJP can be defeated is by having only one candidate in each Parliamentary constituency against the saffron party so that the votes don't get divided. "We are tired of telling Congress leaders that there should be an alliance between their party and the AAP in Delhi. But they refused. Their intention doesn't seem good, but I have faith in the voters," said the chief minister. Kejriwal accused the Congress of weakening the SP-BSP alliance in Uttar Pradesh, the Trinamool Congress in West Bengal and the AAP in Delhi. "In West Bengal, Mamata (Banerjee) can defeat the BJP, not the Congress. In UP, Mayawati and Akhilesh (Yadav) can defeat the BJP and similarly, in ..
                 

Twitterati celebrates the diplomatic win for India

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The UN Security Council resolution on Pulwama attack contained specific language proposed by India through its partner countries including the naming of JeM, and calling for bringing the perpetrators of the crime to justice, official sources said on Friday. The UNSC comprising 15 permanent and non-permanent members including China, on Thursday condemned in the "strongest terms" the "heinous and cowardly" terror attack perpetrated by Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), in a show of solidarity and support to India. India has mounted a diplomatic offensive to isolate Pakistan in the international community for its support to terror groups and cross border terrorism. Twitterati did not hesitate to express their views on this resolution. The social media platform witnessed several reactions in regards to this resolution. Here are some reactions posted on Twitter in support of the resolution passed by UNSC. BIG VICTORY FOR INDIA: Despite China's resistance, United Nations..
                 

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

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2019 general elections could be world`s most expensive: US expert

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'Ek Madhuri Sab Pe Bhaari:' Ajay's ROFL Post With Team 'Total Dhamaal'

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Jammu-Srinagar NH remains closed for third day, 1700 vehicles stranded

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Over 1700 vehicles are stranded as the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway remained closed for the third consecutive day Friday due to landslides triggered by heavy rains in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir. Five landslides triggered by rains struck the strategic 270-km highway at Khuni Nallah, Panthiyal, Digdole, Battery Cheshma and Maroog, blocking the only all-weather road linking Kashmir with rest of the country. The highway was blocked on Wednesday. The vehicles are stranded on the highway in Ramban, Udhampur, Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts, they said. Officials said road clearance operations are going on full swing. No traffic has been allowed to move from Nagrota area of Jammu towards Kashmir Valley in view of the closure of the highway, they said. The lurking threat of more landslides has created fear among hundreds of passengers travelling on the highway. The Batota-Doda-Kishtwar road is also blocked at two places and work is on to clear the road, they said. The Moghal .....
                 

UP ATS arrests two alleged JeM terrorists posing as students in Deoband

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Two alleged Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists posing as students and involved in recruiting for the group have been arrested from Deoband in Saharanpur district, Uttar Pradesh Director General of Police O P Singh said on Friday. Shahnawaz Ahmad Teli from Kulgam and Aquib Ahmad Malik from Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir were arrested from the seminary town on Thursday night and .32 bore pistols along with cartridges recovered from them, Singh told reporters. The operation was headed by IG Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Asim Arun. Teli and Malik, aged between 20-25 years, were living in Deoband and posing as students without taking admission anywhere, Singh said. They were on their job to recruit for the JeM, which has claimed responsibility for the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama in which 40 CRPF soldiers were killed, he said. Giving details of the operation, Singh said the ATS got a tip-off about the two from an alert student after which a probe was started. The two men were arrested .....
                 

Govt officer suspended for objectionable message on Pulwama attack

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Muzaffarnagar: A government education officer in Uttar Pradesh has been suspended for allegedly posting an objectionable message on social media about the Pulwama terror attack, officials said Friday. Basic Shiksha Adhikari DK Yadav was suspended on the recommendation of district authorities here and the Uttar Pradesh government has taken steps in this connection, according to Additional District Magistrate Amit Kumar. Yadav was suspended for allegedly posting an objectionable message on social media about the Pulwama incident on Thursday, the officials said. Some people also staged a protest outside Yadav's office over his comment and demanded strict action against him. Forty CRPF personnel were killed in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on February  Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates This story has been sourced from a th..
                 

Neither Concern, Nor Objection: Pakistan on Nitin Gadkari’s Indus Waters Treaty Statement

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

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Telangana CM announces Rs 25 lakh each for martyrs’ families

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Man invests over Rs 40 lakh in Sion flat; cheated by real estate firms

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Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission of Maharashtra has declared Runwal Homes Pvt Ltd and Propel Developers Pvt. Ltd. guilty of deficiency in their services. The builders have been 'severely directed' by the court to hand over a flat to a complainant Rajan Vayalambron Palleri besides instructing the 'builder to pay compensation for mental trauma, inconvenience and the expenses incurred by the complainant within 60 days of the order', which was passed on February 17. Palleri (67) a transporter had agreed to purchase a flat admeasuring 655 sq.ft. carpet area in ‘Chestnut’ for a total consideration price of Rs 76.45 lakh. As per the complainant, prior to the execution and registration of the above-said agreement, he paid over Rs 42 lakh to Runwal as 54.95 per cent of the total cost towards part consideration and a remaining balance of Rs 34.43 lakh. But the developers failed to hand over possession of the flat to Palleri. Instead, they allegedly demanded an additional ..
                 

Surgical strikes architect Lt Gen (R) DS Hooda to lead Rahul Gandhi`s Task Force on National Security

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Mercedes-Benz Commences Production Of The 2020 CLA Coupe In Hungary

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Smart, easy-to-use home surveillance systems that fit your budget

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#MeToo: Irdai annual reports have sexual harassment disclosure discrepancy

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Two suspected JeM terrorists arrested from Saharanpur

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Rahul posts Modi’s film shooting photos, calls him prime time minister

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Case filed in alleged molestation of 3-year-old in private school

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Gurugram (Haryana): A three-year-old girl was allegedly molested inside the toilet of a private school in Gurugram and a case has been registered in this connection, police said. The case has been registered based on a complaint by the girl's father. Shamsher Singh, ACP Crime, Gurugram Police said: A case of molestation of a three-year-old student at a private school has come to light. We have registered the case and investigation is underway. It is alleged that a non-teaching employee of the school had molested the student in the school's toilet. The child later narrated the ordeal to her parents, who filed a complaint. In 2017, a Class II student, Pradyuman Thakur, was found dead inside his Gurugram school premises. Thakur's body was found, with his throat slit, in the school's washroom. The incident invited a nationwide outrage and raised questions over the safety of children in schools. Catch up on all the latest Crime, National, International and Hatke news he..
                 

Kashmiri students assaulted in Maharashtra, teacher asked to quit

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Four Kashmiri students in Maharahstra have been assaulted while a Kashmiri teacher in a private university in Punjab said he was asked to quit on Thursday even as the Supreme Court said it may take up Friday a PIL seeking security for students from the Valley in wake of the Pulwama terror attack. Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Congress for their silence over attacks on Kashmiri students, while senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad appealed to people to not push Kashmiris "back into quagmire" by boycotting or beating them up. In Yavatmal, Kashmiri students of Dayabhai Patel College of Physical Education were pounced upon near their rented home in Waghapur Road area on Wednesday night. Two of the students - Umar Rashid Dar and Umar Nazir Ganai, both from Kashmir's Kupwara - and their friends were intercepted outside their home by activists allegedly from the Yuva Sena, the youth wing of the Shiv Sena. The dozen s..
                 

Pakistani Woman Intruder Shot at By BSF Troopers in Punjab Passes Away

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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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This shipping stock gains over 70% in two months; trades near all-time high

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India presses for Pakistan to stay on terrorism financing list

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No national mourning for CRPF jawans but Centre wants to cancel cricket matches: Shashi Tharoor

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Avalanche hits Kashmir’s Gurez sector, several houses damaged

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Congress leader Rashid Alvi's meet with party workers disrupted

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Rampur (Uttar Pradesh): Congress workers created a ruckus and indulged in sloganeering, disrupting senior Congress leader Rashid Alvi's event here on Thursday. Alvi was in Rampur on Thursday to meet and interact with the party workers. However, the event was disrupted due to the unruly crowd of workers present at the event. The workers reportedly raised slogans in favor of different probable's seeking ticket for the upcoming elections. Alvi had to himself take to stage to manage the crowd and only after he warned that he would report the event to the top party leaders, the situation mellowed down. "If you will tell me your views with honesty and sincerity, I will forward that to the high command. If you don't have anything to say, I will only tell that this all (sloganeering and ruckus) has happened in Rampur. I will listen to everyone and will give all time, just maintain silence," said Alvi from the dais in an attempt to manage the party workers. Alvi also informed the gathering t..
                 

Assam Assembly Erupts as Oppn Calls Out Centre for Search and Arrest Power to Assam Rifles

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Pulwama Terror Attack: Telangana Govt Announces Rs 25 Lakh Ex-gratia for Families of CRPF Jawans

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

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Farmers stop exporting tomatoes to Pakistan in wake of Pulwama attack

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India Ready To Not Play Pakistan In World Cup: Sources To NDTV

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Jackson estate sues HBO for $100 mn over 'Leaving Neverland' documentary

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Telangana govt proposes to waive farm loans up to Rs 1 lakh

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The Telangana government Friday proposed to waive all agriculture term loans up to Rs 1 lakh outstanding as on December 11, 2018. "Towards this, an amount of Rs 6,000 crore is proposed," Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who also holds the finance portfolio, said while presenting the vote-on-account budget for 2019-20 in the legislative assembly. He noted that his party, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), had promised the loan waiver before the December 7, 2018 assembly elections. The budget reflected the major electoral promises made by TRS, with thrust on welfare schemes. Under the investment support scheme 'Rythu Bandhu', the government is currently extending support of Rs 4,000 per acre per crop season amounting to Rs 8,000 per annum. "I propose to increase this support to Rs 5,000 per acre per crop. The total support in a year will be Rs 10,000 per acre," Rao said. To redeem another election promise, the government proposed to introduce unemployment allowance of Rs 3,016 per ...
                 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi conferred Seoul peace prize

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SC tells states, UTs to promptly act against assault, social boycott of Kashmiris post-Pulwama attack

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Time for global community to unite and fight terrorism: PM Modi in South Korea

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Pan-India survey to assess efficacy of police to begin in March

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With an aim to strengthen the good governance practices in the police, the Union Home Ministry here on Thursday commissioned the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to conduct a pan-India survey called "All India Citizens Survey of Police Services." The survey will be conducted through the New Delhi-based National Council of Applied Economic Research. "The survey is aimed to understand public perception about the police, gauge the level of non-reporting of crime or incidents to the police, the situation on ground relating to crime reporting and recording, timeliness and quality of police response and action, and assess citizens' perception and experience about women and children's safety," an official statement said. The survey will start in March and cover a representative sample of 1.2 lakh households, spread over 173 districts, based on the National Sample Survey framework. "All states and Union Territories