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Suzlon defaults on $172-mn bonds, in talks with investors for stake sale

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Jet Airways lenders to set rules this week to weed out casual bidders

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10-year bond yield hits lowest level since demonetisation, closes at 6.33%

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Gujarat: One case of Chandipura virus infection detected, health officials on alert

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Case History of an Alleged Indian Spy: ICJ to Deliver Verdict in Kulbhushan Jadhav Hearing Today

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Water schemes have $270-billion capex potential, says BofAML report

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3 Kaziranga rhinos, elephant drown

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'Registration of 14,800 NGOs nixed for FCRA violations in last 5 yrs'

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Nalsarovar bird sanctuary: Seven islands encroached

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Gujarat: Tribal people with up to Rs 4.5 lakh income can avail of freeship scheme

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Boy Seeks Permission To End Life; PMO Instructs Officials To Order Probe

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Patna SP directs all deputies to collect information of RSS, its associate bearers

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US hopes N Korea talks to go ahead despite Pyongyang threat

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The United States has said it hoped to hold denuclearisation talks with North Korea despite a warning from Pyongyang that US-South Korean military exercises could affect the planned resumption. The State Department said on Tuesday it remained upbeat over promises made by leader Kim Jong Un to President Donald Trump at a February summit in Vietnam and then during Trump's dramatic walk across the Demilitarized Zone into North Korea on June 30. "From our perspective, we would hope that no one would try to block, in their government or our government, the ability for President Trump and Chairman Kim to make progress on the commitments they made to each other in Vietnam," State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus told reporters. "We look forward, of course, to resuming those negotiations and we hope to talk, always, so we can advance progress on these commitments," Ortagus said. She declined to comment directly on North Korea's reaction to next month's military drills, referring the .....
                 

Creeping acquisitions take BJP towards majority in RS

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Law soon to curb lynchings, promises Rajasthan CM

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Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweaks minister’s remark on Sita temple to slam Congress govt

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Two Arrested For Assaulting Traffic Police Officers In Delhi

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Harassed By Husband, Woman Gives Poison To Kids, Kills Self In Hyderabad

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Indian flights will save fuel: Air India on Pak opening airspace for civil traffic

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While Indian flights will save time and fuel, the expenses will reduce drastically after Pakistan announced the opening of its airspace for civil traffic, according to Air India, Director (Operations) Captain Amitabh Singh.On being asked to respond on Pakistan's decision to open its airspace for civil traffic, Singh on Tuesday told ANI, "With this opening, we will be saving 1.5-2 hours of flying time between India-Europe and India-USA. We will save on fuel consumption too. The expenses will definitely reduce drastically."He added that the decision will be beneficial for both Indian and foreign carriers as the closure had generated inconvenience for the travelling public."It is going to be beneficial for Indian carriers as well as for foreign carriers. The closure generated a lot of inconvenience for the travelling public," he opined.This response came after neighbouring country Pakistan on Tuesday morning announced the opening of its airspace for civil traffic, which was closed over ....
                 

UAE-deported men reveal IS plot in Tamil Nadu

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Govt notifies top panel to look into Assam Accord clause on social, cultural identity

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Report of US nukes in Belgium stirs controversy

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Belgian opposition politicians have demanded answers from the government after a document published online inadvertently drew attention to US nuclear weapons deployed in the country. A draft report for the NATO parliamentary assembly's defence and security committee seen by AFP gave details of six air bases in Europe and Turkey where it said the US stores 150 nuclear weapons, specifically B-61 gravity bombs. The news comes amid fears of a new nuclear arms race in Europe, as a landmark Cold War treaty between Moscow and Washington is on the brink of collapse. Green lawmaker Samuel Cogolati said on Tuesday that the report confirmed the "open secret" that US nuclear weapons were stationed at the Kleine-Brogel air base in northern Belgium. "We demand a fully transparent debate -- we must stop this lying and put an end to this hypocrisy," he told AFP. A section of the draft report by Canadian senator Joseph Day, refers to a total of "approximately 150 nuclear weapons" stored at .....
                 

US not selling F-35 to Turkey: Trump

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President Donald Trump has announced that the US would not sell the F-35 fighter jets to Turkey because of the latter's decision to purchase the S-400 missile defense system from Russia. The decision by the Trump Administration can be an indication of the things to come for New Delhi as India has also signed up with Russia to buy the S-400 missile defense system from Russia against the advice of the US. Trump said it was not fair that when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan "really wanted" to buy the Patriot surface-to-air missile system, the Obama administration did not sell it. "We have a situation where Turkey is very good with us, very good. And we are now telling Turkey that because you have really been forced to buy another missile system, we're not going to sell you the F-35 fighter jets," Trump told reporters during a cabinet meeting at the White House on Tuesday. As per the current US laws, any country purchasing a major defence equipment from Russia could be subject to ....
                 

PM seeks list of truant mantris who skipped House roster duty

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Gujarat: Thakor community bans inter-caste marriages, mobile use by girls in 12 villages

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Facing disqualification, four MLAs tell Speaker: ‘Never left INLD’

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Malad wall collapse: Death toll mounts to 30 after 23-year-old succumbs to injuries

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The death toll on Malad wall collapse incident that took place on July 2, has now mounted to 30 after a 23-year-old man succumbed to injuries on Tuesday.The man identified as Abhijeet Ganpat Gade was admitted at Nair hospital on the day of the incident and was being treated but today succumbed to injuries, Assistant Medical Officer (AMO) of the hospital, Dr Trupti confirmed.The compound wall of Malad MCGM Reservoir at Pimpripada had collapsed in the wee hours on July 2 due to heavy rainfall.On the day of the incident, Additional Municipal Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Ashwini Joshi, had said that Maharashtra government will provide Rs 5 lakh as compensation to the families of the people killed in rain-related incidents while the BMC too will pitch in a similar amount.Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and state minister for Urban Development Yogesh Sagar had visited one of the hospitals where the injured were being treated. Meanwhile, a high-level probe was ....
                 

Sudan protesters reject 'absolute immunity' for generals

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Sudan's key protest group is opposed to giving the military "absolute immunity" against prosecution for violence against demonstrators, a spokesman said, as the two sides held talks on a power sharing deal. "We refuse absolute immunity that the military rulers have asked for," Ismail al-Taj, a spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) protest group told reporters in Khartoum. His comments came just before the ruling generals and protest leaders sat down to fine tune the landmark deal agreed earlier this month after mediation by African Union and Ethiopian mediators. The deal, which is yet to be formally signed, aims to establish a transitional governing body to install a civilian administration for a period of just over three years. Taj said the military council, which has ruled since the ouster in April of veteran president Omar al-Bashir, is demanding "absolute immunity" from prosecution -- which did not appear in the landmark deal. "When we agreed on the draft .....
                 

Cow slaughter case lodged, madrasa targeted in UP village

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LS members raise farmers' problems, ways to increase farm income

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Members in Lok Sabha on Tuesday raised problems related to agriculture including delay in procurement of produce, rise in the cost of inputs, late payment of crop insurance and adversities of weather and sought steps to increase the income of farmers.Taking part in a debate on demands for grants of the ministries of Rural Development and Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, the members said that about 80 crore people were linked to agriculture and expressed concern over farmer suicides.While BJP members talked of the initiatives of the Modi government, the opposition accused the government of ignoring concerns of farmers.Some opposition members also sought a reduction in GST rate on agricultural equipment and bringing diesel and petrol in its ambit.There were also suggestions for greater integration of MGNREGA with farming through improved water bodies.BJP member Rajiv Pratap Rudy said that Modi government had created conditions for people to turn "to villages from cities" as facilities ....
                 

IndiGo promoters' war: No listing norm violation, Bhatia may tell Sebi

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Current Session may be extended to clear pending legislation

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Govt cancels postal exams after Tamil Nadu members disrupt Rajya Sabha

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Lenders to cash-strapped DHFL ready for haircut in rescue plan: Report

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Centre signs contracts for 32 hydrocarbon blocks under OALP

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In battle against spread of chikungunya and dengue, ICMR finds unlikely ally — bacteria

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Takshashila arcade fire SMC begins demolition drive, razes illegal dome structure

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As Floor Test Looms, Supreme Court to Take Decision on Petition of Karnataka Rebel MLAs Today

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Partial Lunar Eclipse Graces The Sky

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JLR to get £500-million UK loan guarantee to develop next generation EVs

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Assam college houses inmates of flooded jail

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5,049 deaths in jail in last 3 years

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NRC deadline approaching, families stranded in Assam floods stay home, don’t want to be rescued

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Man Arrested For Molesting Ex-DIG's Daughter In Greater Noida

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26 IAS Officers Transferred In Maharashtra

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Iran says assisting ailing 'foreign tanker'

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Iran's foreign ministry spokesman has said that the Islamic republic was assisting a "foreign tanker that had encountered a technical problem" in the Gulf after receiving a distress call. "According to international regulations... Iranian forces approached it and using a tugboat brought it into Iranian waters for necessary repairs," Abbas Mousavi said on Tuesday according to an official government Twitter account. The spokesman added that further details would be released later. Earlier TankerTrackers reported that the Panamanian-flagged tanker Riah, used in the strategic Strait of Hormuz "for fuelling other vessels" had crossed into Iranian waters on July 14 "for the first time as she slowed down". According to the online oil shipment tracking service, at that point the tanker's automatic identification system stopped sending signals. The Riah's last known position was off Qeshm Island in the Strait of Hormuz. Tensions in the region have soared in recent weeks, with the US calling .....
                 

US withholds cash from UN Population Fund over China abortions

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The United States has said it will again withhold contributions to the U N Population Fund due to its work with China, which controls family size, as the agency accused Washington of jeopardizing women's health. It marked the third straight year that the United States has refused to fund the U N body as President Donald Trump's administration seeks to combat abortion, a pivotal issue for his evangelical Christian base. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo determined that "China's family planning policies still involve the use of coercive abortion and involuntary sterilization practices," conditions that under U S law require an end to funding, a State Department spokeswoman said on Tuesday. She said the U N Population Fund's public documents state that "it partners on family planning with the Chinese government agency responsible for these coercive policies." The agency, known as UNFPA, disputed the finding, saying that it opposes coercive policies and that the United States never visited ....
                 

Locals saw chunks of building fall before it crashed

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Karnataka: Supreme Court to rule today, says Speaker’s powers need relook

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Flash flood, govt prepared: Nitish Kumar in Bihar Assembly

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Anand Mahindra To Ban Plastic Bottles From Corporate Boardrooms

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Ukraine language law debate spills into UN Security Council

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A clash over a new Ukrainian language law played out in the U N Security Council, where Ukrainian and Russian representatives sparred over whether the legislation promotes Ukrainian unity or jeopardizes the interests of the country's Russian-speaking population. The discussion came amid political transition in Ukraine and hopes for progress in resolving conflicts that has flared there over the last five years. Tuesday's back-and-forth reflected longstanding divisions in the council over Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and Moscow's support for separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine. Russia denies involvement in fighting there that has killed more than 13,000 people. Both Ukrainian and Russian are widely spoken in Ukraine, and many residents use both languages. Ukrainian Ambassador Volodymyr Yelchenko even pointedly made some remarks in Russian during Tuesday's meeting. Still, Ukraine's linguistic divide has long been a point of political contention in the country ...
                 

India looking forward to investment of over Trillion Pound Sterling in next 5 yrs: Piyush Goyal

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India is looking forward to an investment of over a Trillion Pound Sterling in the next five years, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said in London, adding that the relationship that people and governments of UK and India share is an ideal opportunity to quickly grab the deal.While addressing 'India Day' conclave here on Tuesday, Goyal said, "The opportunities that India offers were encapsulated very well when the Finance Minister in this budget brought out the fact that we are looking for an investment of over a Trillion Pound Sterling in the next five years."He continued, "We are looking at huge investments in all of the sectors like infrastructure, betterment of roads and highways, etc and for that I think the close relationship that people of UK and India share, the governments between the two countries share, is truly an ideal opportunity to quickly grab a large share of that buy."Talking at length at the event, Commerce and Industry and Railways Minister Goyal said, "There are huge ....
                 

Gather info on RSS netas, Nitish Kumar tells Bihar intel

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Centre, Assam move SC, seek NRC deadline extension, sample reverification

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Congresswomen can go wherever they want: Trump

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United States President Donald Trump has said the four Congresswomen, whom he accused of hating the country, could go wherever they want, but they need to love the country to stay here. Trump said it was terrible when people speak so "badly" and "horribly" about the country. "It's my opinion they (the four Congresswomen) hate our country and that's not good. It's not acceptable," Trump told reporters during his cabinet meeting at the White House on Tuesday. "It's up to them. Go wherever they want or they can stay. But they should love our country. They shouldn't hate our country," he said. The response comes amid outrage over the president's comments against four Democratic progressive women -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley -- that they hate the US and should leave. The Democrats described this as a racist comment, charge refuted by Trump and the White House. "You look at what they've said. I have clips right here. The most vile, horrible .....
                 

Hyderabad: 23 illegal immigrants found residing without proper documents

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Hyderabad Police in collaboration with Foreign Regional Registration Office officials (FRRO) and special branch teams have identified 23 immigrants residing illegally in the city.Hyderabad city's Commissioner of Police, Anjani Kumar said that that the operation was conducted on Tuesday at various places in residential areas where more than 75 foreign nationals were questioned out of which 23 were found staying illegally in the city.During the examination, it was found that the foreign nationals, who belonged to countries like South Africa, Somalia and others, were living in the city without any proper documents.The police further said, "As per Indian Passport Act, they will be given time to pay the fees and get the extension documents prepared or if they fail to produce their documents then they will be detained and subsequently will be deported...
                 

Section 144 in Bengal town after TMC, BJP workers clash

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Gangster, 3 who helped him escape killed: UP cops

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US manufacturing sinks into recession amid trade wars

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US manufacturing sunk into recession in June after two consecutive quarters of declines amid President Donald Trump's bitter trade wars and a slowdown in China and other trading partners. The decline comes as the United States enters its 11th year of economic recovery and occurs despite Trump's constant pledges to restore America to manufacturing greatness -- even though services now drive three quarters of the US economy. Despite jumping in June, manufacturing fell by a 2.2 per cent annual rate in the April-June period, and total industrial production lost 1.2 per cent, in both cases the second consecutive quarterly decline, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. "Manufacturing has borne the brunt of tariff uncertainties and slowing in global economic activity," RDQ Economics said in an analysis. The retreat comes even as American consumers are sustaining their appetite for spending, pushing retail sales higher for the fourth straight month, as shoppers in June took home more new autos .....
                 

How Odisha took bite out of malaria: strategy and ASHA soldiers on ground

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Terror detentions: a locked office, and a neighbourhood left in the dark in Chennai

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HC quashes green clearances for Rs 14,000-crore Mumbai coastal road

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Tax relief on cards? Finance Bill may ring-fence FPIs from 'super-rich tax'

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Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India Bill passed in Rajya Sabha

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MCA seeks IndiGo reply on governance lapse charges made by Gangwal

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PM Narendra Modi pulls up ministers for being absent in House

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‘RSS activism at grassroots played major role in Lok Sabha polls’, says political scientist

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Closed since Balakot airstrike, Pakistan reopens airspace after five months, sigh of relief in India

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Gujarat: 49 complaints received against schools in 2018-19

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Magistrate Records Statement In Woman Journalist Assault Case

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2% loans approved under Mudra turned NPAs, says Anurag Singh Thakur

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US bans Myanmar army chief over Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'

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The United States has banned visits by Myanmar's army chief and three other top officers due to their role in the "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya minority, urging accountability for their brutal campaign. The State Department said on Tuesday it took action against army chief Min Aung Hlaing and the others after finding credible evidence they were involved in the violence two years ago that led about 740,000 Rohingya to flee across the border to Bangladesh. "With this announcement, the United States is the first government to publicly take action with respect to the most senior leadership of the Burmese military," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said. "We remain concerned that the Burmese government has taken no actions to hold accountable those responsible for human rights violations and abuses, and there are continued reports of the Burmese military committing human rights violations and abuses throughout the country," he said in a statement. The sanctions are the most visible sign..
                 

Zakir Hussain, Sonal Mansingh among 2018 Akademi Fellows

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Rahul Gandhi exempted from personal appearance in defamation case in Surat

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In undecided Congress, first open call for Priyanka: She should be party chief

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Gangs Of Fraudsters Busted, 10 Arrested In Ghaziabad

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