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Coronavirus from China could hurt oil prices by $3 per barrel: Goldman

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Market expects the Budget to focus on fiscal prudence, raising revenue

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Nifty CPSE index slips 3%; IOCL, Oil India hit 52-week lows

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Pakistan has ‘limited options’ to respond to India’s decision on Jammu and Kashmir: Report

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Elderly Woman Branded a Witch, Severely Beaten Up in Bengal's Purulia

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Polycab India share price up 4% as December quarter profit rises 14%

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Islamic State fighter spouse's repatriation to Norway: All you need to know

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Gaganyaan will pave way for continuous human presence in space: K Sivan

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Shiv Sena rejects Chavan’s claims of coalition after 2014 polls

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Una man grows fruits, vegetables without soil

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Prime Suspect in Mangaluru Airport Bomb Scare Surrenders Before Police

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Zee Entertainment dips 4% as Q3 profit plunges on low ad revenue, high cost

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Delhi polls: Who's fighting whom? List of all BJP, Congress, AAP candidates

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Delhi elections 2020: Congress releases list of star campaigners, Sidhu to seek votes for party

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Chorus amplifies: ‘Workers want BJP govt in Punjab’

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Maharashtra: Sexually harassed, boy ends life in hostel; 14 people held

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'Hindustan ki Beti Hoon': Lucknow Protestor's Poem on Secularism is the Need of the Hour

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What's unique about the current inflation trend and why we needn't worry

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Delhi elections: Here's the full list of AAP candidates, constituency-wise

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Must in Maharashtra schools from January 26: Preamble-reading sessions

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'There is No Logic': Sena Rejects Congress Veteran Chavan's Claim of Coalition Bid After 2014 Polls

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The co-living space heats up with real estate biggies making a beeline

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Shweta Tripathi developing two ideas into feature films

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Actor Shweta Tripathi says she is in the process of developing a couple of story ideas into feature films. The 34-year-old actor has come up with two ideas and is collaborating with writer Ashish Mehta to develop the scripts. "As an actor, who is constantly surrounded by stories, good writing and story ideas keep popping out every now and then, I came up with two ideas which I closely believe in and I thought it's time to invest some energy and heart into them and see these ideas bloom into full-fledged stories," Shweta said in a statement. The actor is aware that developing a script from an idea is a time-consuming process but she says she has complete faith in her stories. "I am aware that it will be a time-consuming process but I want to put in that effort into developing these stories because I believe in them. I will actively participate in conceiving the story ideas with the help of Ashish and I am hoping by mid-2020 I am in a position to speak more about them," Shweta said in a..
                 

AR dismisses Manipur IPS officer's allegation she was molested

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The Assam Rifles (AR) has termed a woman IPS officer's allegations that she was assaulted and molested by a rifleman at a Manipur check post as "baseless, fabricated and malicious" and accused her of illegally entering Myanmar and purchasing unidentified goods there. However, AR assured to investigate the matter and ensure a "free and fair trial". Based on a written complaint of the IPS officer, police has registered an FIR against rifleman P K Pandey for allegedly physically assaulting and molesting the woman at the Khudengtabi check post in Tengnoupal district while she was returning from the India-Myanmar border on January 19. The state women commission has summoned the rifleman to appear before it on or before January 27 and forwarded the woman's complaint to the National Commission for Women and the Chief Minister's Office. Chief Minister N Biren Singh has said that as an FIR has been lodged, Assam Rifles has been asked to hand over the rifleman as per law. "We will..
                 

7 villagers killed in Jharkhand: Police

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Seven villagers have been killed in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand for allegedly opposing Pathalgarhi, police said on Wednesday. Inspector General of Police (Operation) Saket Kumar Singh said that the police reached Burugulikera village on Tuesday night after getting information about seven villagers being killed and their bodies dumped in a forest. A panchayat representative was among those killed, he said. After an overnight search operation, the bodies of the seven villagers were recovered from a forest, four kilometres from the village, he said. There was a meeting over 'Pathalgarhi' movement at the village on Tuesday when a dispute had arisen, West Singhbhum Superintendent of Police Indrajit Mahata said. Following the development, 'Pathalgarhi' supporters had kidnapped the seven villagers, he said. The supporters of Pathaligarhi had allegedly perpetrated the crime in which lathis and axes were used, the police officer said. Expressing grief over the incident, ....
                 

Supreme Court asks high courts to restrain from passing orders on CAA

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the high courts across the country to restrain from passing any orders on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act while granting the Central government four weeks' time to file a reply on the petitions regarding the newly-amended law.A Bench of Chief Justice of India S A Bobde, Justices S Abdul Nazeer and Sanjiv Khanna heard more than 140 petitions challenging or supporting the law.The law fast-tracks the process of granting citizenship to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians who fled religious persecution in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan and took refuge in India on or before December 31, 2014.Several petitions were filed in the top court and high courts across the country for and against the CAA. Centre had filed a transfer petition seeking transfer of CAA-related cases from high courts to the apex court.The top court today also indicated at setting up a Constitution Bench to hear the petitions. The bench will also work out a .....
                 

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Naqvi interacts with locals in Srinagar, says there's positive environment

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Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi met and interacted with the locals at Lal Chowk here on Wednesday, as part of the central government's outreach programme in the region post-abrogation of Article 370 in August last year.Amid tight security, Naqvi made his way to a market where he greeted and interacted with the people there."There is a positive environment (in the region). We are spreading positivity among other people by communicating with them. We are working to create a strong environment of change," he told reporters here.Naqvi also said that such outreach programmes should be held more often in order to connect with people better.Earlier on Tuesday, the union minister said that Rs 16 crore has been granted to Jammu and Kashmir under the 'Himayat' programme in which 12,000 young people have been trained. He also said that AIIMS will soon be established at Samba and Awantipora.Naqvi is in Srinagar as part of a massive outreach by the central government, over two ...
                 

Poco India Chief Reveals Brand's Plans, Says It Will Take on Xiaomi

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Haryana: BJP lets CM keep Intel, but Anil Vij tells officers he’s the boss ‘till the day Home with me’

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Teenage Girl Ends Life after Being Scolded By Parents for Damaging Mobile Phone

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Citizenship Act: SC refuses to grant stay, gives Centre four weeks to reply

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Asian Paints slips 1% ahead of Q3 nos; here's what brokerages expect

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Pakistan, 'even America' are theocratic states, India is secular: Rajnath

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SC says it may refer pleas challenging CAA to larger constitution bench

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JJP fails to get symbol it wanted, opts out of Delhi Assembly fight

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SC to Hear Assam-Related Petitions Against CAA Separately, Gives Centre 4 Weeks to Reply

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SC Hearing on CAA LIVE: Court Refuses to Pass Interim Order, Sibal Says Matter Should Go to Constitution Bench

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Apple dropped iCloud encryption plans after FBI intervention: Report

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Cholamandalam Financial to invest Rs 350 cr in Chola Investment and Finance

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Will not pass any exparte stay on CAA or NPR: SC

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose birthday declared public holiday again in Jharkhand

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Baby's Priceless Expression While Having Ice-Cream for the First Time is Every Foodie Ever

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Own Goal? Man Caught on 'Kiss Cam' During Football Match Admits He Was Cheating on His Girlfriend

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Netflix subscriber forecast misses estimate as streaming war heats up

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Delhi polls 2020: Here's the full list of Congress candidates for 70 seats

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‘Rajinikanth should talk on JNU, Kashmir if keen on entering politics’: Karti Chidambaram on Periyar row

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Delhi Assembly Elections LIVE: Sonia Gandhi, Rahul & Sidhu Among Cong's 40 Star Campaigners

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Cabinet nod to protests to SC hearing: The story of Citizenship Act so far

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Puttu and Kadala back on Indian Railways menu after protests

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Rail passengers from Kerala are a happy lot as the state's traditionalfood items such as appam, eggcurry, puttu and kadala curry have found their way back to the revised menu of the Railways in the wake of protests over reports that they were replaced by north indian delicacies. The popular Kerala dishes were reinstated in the list following social media backlash over theIndian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation's reported decision to replace the favorite cuisine of Malayalis from its menu with north Indian dishes such as Kachori and Chole Bhature. Ernakulam MP Hibi Eden, who had shot off a letter to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal raising the issue of alleged discrimination against Keralites, got an assurance from the IRCTC officials that popular items, including snacks such as unniyappam and sukhiyan will be served through its outlets in the state. Eden said the IRCTC officials who visited him at his home on Wednesday morning have presented him with the list of .....
                 

Operation underway to flush out militants in Pulwama

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The operation to flush out militants in Khrew area of Pulwama distirct of Jammu and Kashmir entered the second day on Wednesday, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said here. An Army jawan and a special police officer (SPO) were killed in the gunbattle which started after cordon and search operation were launched by security forces in the district on Tuesday. The Khrew operation resumed this (Wednesday) morning after being suspended on Tuesday night. So far, there is no confirmation of any militant being killed there... We have reports of presence of two militants there and the search is on, Singh told reporters on the sidelines of a wreath-laying ceremony of the slain SPO Shahbaz Ahmad. The DGP said operations against militants in the valley have been intensified. The counter-terrorist operations in the valley have been intensified, which has created a stir in south Kashmir. There have been half-a-dozen successful operations and they will continue in the same manner. We .....
                 

Vote keeping welfare of your family in mind: Kejriwal to opposition party supporters

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday appealed to the supporters of opposition parties to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party in the February 8 assembly polls so that the work done in the last five years in the national capital is not "undone". He said the entire Delhi should vote on the basis of development done in the education and healthcare system. "We have worked hard to improve our schools, the education system, health care... Who will take care of the education of your children, who will help you get good and affordable health care if you vote for any other party? Just give it a thought," the chief minister said while addressing a roadshow in the Badli constituency in support of AAP candidate Ajesh Yadav. "So, I appeal to you all, especially those who support the Congress and the BJP... please be with your respective parties but vote for us this time. Cast your vote keeping the welfare of your family in mind," he said standing in a jeep as hundreds of his supporters walked..
                 

India initiates probe into alleged dumping of newsprint from 5 countries

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India has started a probe into alleged dumping of newsprint, used in printing of newspapers, from five countries, including Australia and Canada, following a complaint by an industry association. Indian Newsprint Manufacturers Association has filed an application before Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) on behalf of domestic industry for an anti-dumping investigation on imports of 'Newsprint, in rolls or sheets, excluding glazed newsprint' originating in or exported from Australia, Canada, European Union, Hong Kong, and Russia. DGTR is an investigation arm of the commerce ministry, which probes dumping of goods, significant increase in imports and subsidised imports from India's trade partners. Global trade rules -- framed by Geneva-based World Trade Organisation (WTO) -- allow these initiatives to guard domestic industry from these anti-trade practices. In a notification, the directorate has stated that on the basis of the prima facie evidence submitted by the association ...
                 

Jammu-Srinagar NH shut for second day due to multiple landslides

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Multiple landslides at several places hampered restoration work on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway which remained closed for the second day on Wednesday, officials said. The highway, the only all-weather road linking Kashmir with the rest of the country, was closed for traffic on Tuesday following fresh snowfall and incessant rains. Though the weather improved, multiple landslides at Panthiyal, Moumpassi and Digdole coupled with slippery conditions delayed restoration work, the officials said. "The men and machines are on the job and efforts are on to make the highway motorable as soon as possible," Deputy Superintendent of Police (traffic), National Highway, Shemsher Singh told PTI. He said the Jawahar Tunnel, which experienced nearly one feet of fresh snowfall, was cleared for one-way traffic and around 1500 Kashmir-bound vehicles including trucks carrying essential commodities were allowed to move towards their destinations with drivers asked to drive carefully due to slippery ...
                 

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J&K kids nationalists, sometimes motivated in wrong direction: Rajnath Singh

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SC says no stay on CAA implementation without Centre’s response, next hearing after 4 weeks

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TDP MLAs walk out of Andhra Pradesh assembly after Speaker calls in Marshals

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On the third day of the state assembly session on Wednesday, the TDP MLAs walked-out after marshals were called in by the Speaker of the House Tammineni Sitaram to prevent them from reaching the podium and raising slogans.The Speaker also referred the matter regarding their behaviour to the ethics committee.Earlier in the day, the TDP MLAs created pandemonium and raised slogans 'Jai Amaravati' in the House.Reacting to this, Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy slammed the TDP leaders saying that they were making a mockery of democracy. "There are hardly ten of their MLAs, we are 150 MLAs, but we are showing restraint," Reddy said.Reddy said that the TDP MLAs were acting worse than rowdies. He also called marshals into the house so that they did not cross the ring. The Chief Minister said, "If necessary please take action against them."The Speaker of Andhra Pradesh assembly appealed to the TDP MLAs to take their seats. When they did not oblige, he called marshals into the House.On .....
                 

Cop injured after he accidently fires from own service weapon

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HC relief to suspended DIG accused of molestation

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The Bombay High Court on Wednesday granted interim protection from arrest to suspended Maharashtra deputy inspector general of police Nishikant More, who is accused of molesting a 17-year-old girl. Justice P D Naik directed More to appear before Taloja police in Navi Mumbai on January 29, 30 and 31 to cooperate with the probe in the case. The court in its order noted that the accused and the family of the girl shared cordial relations, which later turned sour after the victim's father refused to return money that he allegedly borrowed from the accused. The court also said that when the alleged molestation incident took place on June 5, 2019 during the victim's birthday celebration, her family was present. "The manner and conduct of the victim in the video creates doubt on the alleged incident," Justice Naik said. The bench has posted the matter for further hearing on February 17. More approached HC last week after the Panvel sessions court rejected his anticipatory bail ....