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Army Chief Bipin Rawat flies in Made-in-India fighter jet LCA Tejas

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Congress slams PM Modi for not naming Pakistan in India-Saudi joint statement

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Britain strips ISIS bride Begum of UK citizenship

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A British girl of Bangladeshi descent, who fled to join Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria in 2015 and married an Islamist extremist, has been stripped of her British citizenship. Shamima Begum, 19, who had expressed the desire to return to the UK with her newborn son, was banned on Tuesday from entering the country. In a letter dated February 19, UK home secretary Sajid Javid wrote to Begum's family informing them that he had made an order revoking her citizenship. Begum, who is currently in a Syrian refugee camp, described the move as "unjust". "I am not that shocked but I am a bit shocked. It's a bit upsetting and frustrating. I feel like it's a bit unjust on me and my son," she told 'ITV News' channel from the camp. Begum claimed that she was being treated harshly because "I was on the news four years ago", saying that she heard of "other people being sent back to Britain". "I don't know why my case is any different," she added. She said she could try to apply for Dutch citizenship on..
                 

Islamabad to Riyadh to Delhi: The Balancing Act of Saudi Crown Prince MBS

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ICC World Cup 2019: BCCI can't block Pakistan from competing, says Official

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People don't want Kashmiris to be part of Indians, irony is depressing: P Chidambaram

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When we were picking pieces of jawans, PM Modi was shooting film like Bollwood star: Congress on Pulwama attack

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We want Kashmir but not Kashmiris, irony is depressing: Chidambaram

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Telangana government set to present Budget

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The Telangana government is set to present a vote-on-account budget in the Assembly and alsothe Council Friday on the first day of the four-day session. Both the Assembly and Council will meet separately at 11.30 am, following which the state government will presentthe budget. The budget session will conclude with the adoption of the Appropriation Bill on the last day, February 25. According to sources, major allocations will be made to the irrigation department as the state government is in the process of implementing major irrigation projects. Also, the government will ensure appropriate funds towards fulfilling some of the poll promises such as Rs one lakh farm loan waiver and Rythu Bandhu scheme. Chief Minister and TRS supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao, during his assembly poll campaign, promised to increase the assistance under the Rythu Bandhu scheme to Rs 10,000 per annum from the current Rs 8,000 if voted to power again. Chief Secretary SK Joshi, Finance Advisor GR Reddy,Principal ..
                 

IIT Madras Develops System to Control Huge Crowds During Kumbh, Hajj

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Fewer Kisan Credit Card borrowers as banks grapple with NPAs in farm sector

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Congress attacks PM over India-Saudi statement, says he 'forgot' to write Pak's name

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Rafale defence deal: SC agrees to hear review plea

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Facing heat, Twitter reiterates commitment to ‘protect integrity’ of Lok Sabha polls

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Farmers' march to Mumbai will continue as talks inconclusive

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The farmers' long march from Nashik to Mumbai will continue after their leaders' late night parleys with Maharashtra government to address their demands remained inconclusive, the march organisers said on Thursday. Farmers have embarked on a 180-km march from Nashik to Mumbai for the second time in the last 12 months to protest against what they termed as the "betrayal" of peasants by the BJP governments at the state and centre. The Kisan Long March-2, expected to take over nine days to complete, is being organised by the CPI(M)-backed All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS). The march could not be taken out Wednesday as police stopped many farmers from reaching Nashik, the AIKS claimed. Maharashtra minister Girish Mahajan met some AIKS representatives in Nashik on Wednesday night. "We held talks with the minister for over three hours. The government appeared positive to 80 per cent of our demands. The minister said he would speak to Chief MinisterDevendra Fadnavis first," AIKS president Ashok ..
                 

Nail stuck in girl head: Builder booked for endangering child's life

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Three days after 12-year-old Chandani Pandey miraculously survived a cement block falling on her from a construction site, the Tulinj police have registered a case against the builder for endangering her life. mid-day had reported on February 19 how the half-kg brick had not only hit her head, but also left a 4.5-cm rusted nail wedged in her skull. Chandani underwent a surgery to remove the nail, and is scheduled for another procedure next month for complete repair of her skull. Her parents had not registered a case, fearing the builder would stop paying for the medical expenses. However, the very day mid-day's story appeared, the Palghar police swung into action and registered a case on suo motu basis. On the complaint of Hawaldar Shailendra Jagganath Salunkhe, the builder was charged under Sections 336, 337 and 388 of the IPC. Daniel Ben, senior inspector of Tulinj police station, said, "We are scrutinising all the documents to check if the builder was given permission to devel..
                 

LIVE! Army chief flies Made in India combat aircraft Tejas

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Pulwama Attacks Aftermath: SC to Hear PIL Seeking Protection of Kashmiri Students Tomorrow

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RCom asks lenders to allow release of Rs 260 crore directly to Ericsson

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Telangana man allegedly shot dead in US

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ICSI to Declare Results of CS Foundation Exams Today, Check Details @icsi.edu

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Don't be fooled by fake pics, videos online: Here's how to spot them

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'Can a film's villain become a real-life hero?'

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Surgical strike not an answer to Pak terror

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Gurgaon Man Booked For Raping Live-in Partner's Foster Daughter

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SAAB eyes mega IAF deal, says Gripen-E the most advanced fighter

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MC Sher Trends After 'Gully Boy' Actor Makes A Dating Confession

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"PM Was Busy With Film Shoot When Nation Was Mourning Soldiers": Congress

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Pulwama attack aftermath: Home Ministry approves air travel for jawans on Jammu-Srinagar-Delhi route

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Mumbai: 79-yr-old dragged 500 metres after biker snatches his camera

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The Gamdevi police have arrested a biker who dragged a 79-year-old architect 500 metres in an attempt to snatch his camera. The incident occurred on February 14, when Jaal Rustom Maurya, a resident of Cumbala Hill, was going to Gamdevi Police station with a friend. A biker coming from Peddar Road dashed to their car and an altercation ensued. Meanwhile, a third biker intervened and told Maurya he was a reckless driver. When Maurya took a picture of him, he suddenly snatched Maurya's camera and sped off on his bike. As Maurya was holding on to the camera, he fell on the road and was dragged 500 metres. Maurya let go of his camera after being dragged 500 metres and sustained bruises on his hands and legs. Maurya was with his friend Kishor Desai, 82, in his WagonR. After the incident with the biker, Maurya and Desai found that he had sustained some bruises on his hands. "We told the biker we would take him to a hospital, but he told us he was in a hurry for an exam and gave us his mob..
                 

If you often drive the car yourself, Jaguar XJ50 is worth owning

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Avalanche in Himachal: Team Waiting for Weather to Clear to Rescue Trapped Jawans

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Anil Ambani companies' stand is an 'attempt to mislead, smacks deceit': HC

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Reliance Capital offers to sell stake in asset management JV to Nippon Life

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Review of Rafale judgment: Supreme Court agrees to hear plea

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Aadhaar Card Update: How to update details in Aadhaar card online

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Bored of waiting in line, girl crawls into X-Ray machine

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Beijing: An online video from China shows a young girl, bored of waiting in line at a train station, sneaking through an X-Ray machine meant for baggage inspection. The girl crawled into the X-ray machine when her parents and security officers were not paying attention at Daminghu Railway Station in Jinan, in eastern China's Shandong province on Monday, according to reports in Chinese media. The girl goes down on all fours to enter the machine and is seen a few seconds later getting up to walk away from the other end of the scanner, to the bewilderment of security officials and passersby. According to the US Food and Drug Administration, the radiation emitted by X-ray machines is 1 millirad or less, while the average level we are exposed to in the natural environment is 360 millirad every year, reported the South China Morning Post. A similar incident was reported from China's Dongguan railway station in February last year when a woman hopped on to an X-ray security scanner ..
                 

Traffic constable in coma for eleven months dies in Worli residence

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Rajendra Jadhav, a traffic constable who remained in a comatose state for the last eleven months died on Sunday night at his residence in Worli. Jadhav, who was posted at Tardeo Traffic Division, had collapsed while on duty in April 2018 after suffering a stroke. After treatment in Bhatia Hospital, he was shifted back to his home as per doctor's instructions as there was no improvement in his health. He passed away in his residence, his last rites were performed at the Worli Crematorium on Monday afternoon. A batchmate on condition of anonymity said, "Jadhav's family was receiving his salary up until now. But the worry is what happens to his 7-year-old son, who suffers from rare congenital heart disease and needs an injection every alternate day for the same? We are currently trying to collect funds in order to aid his family," he added. The fateful dayOn 2nd April 2018, Rajendra Jadhav was walking towards a traffic chowky at Nana Chowk, Tardeo, when he suffered a stroke and ..
                 

How Digvijaya Singh Has Managed to Irritate Entire Kamal Nath Cabinet in 2 Months

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ADAG stocks in focus; Reliance Nippon, Reliance Capital up over 5%

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Why do zebras have stripes? They've proved to be a no fly zone for flies

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in South Korea: Key points

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India has the most unhealthy coal power plants in the world: Study

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Attacks on Kashmiri students after Pulwama: SC to hear plea on Friday

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Swiggy tries to deliver food from Rajasthan to Chennai; Twitter laughs

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Food delivery services are often in the news for making blunders like delivering late, not delivering food at all, mixing up orders and more. But this time, what Swiggy did will leave you in splits. A Swiggy user ordered food in Chennai but because of a certain technical glitch, the order was registered at a restaurant of the same name in Rajasthan. However, what was hilarious is that the Swiggy delivery guy received the order from Rajasthan and also tried delivering it "in less than 12 minutes". The person who ordered the food, Bhargav Rajan, took to Twitter to share the hilarious instance. He captioned the image, "Wow Swiggy, what are you driving?" Wow @swiggy_in what are you driving? pic.twitter.com/0MlL1cxbZ2 — Bhargav Rajan (@bhargavrajan) February 17, 2019 The screenshot also showed that the order was for Rs 138 only. Swiggy responded to the situation and replied on the customer's Twitter handle. "This seems to be the work of God of mischief Loki. In all seriou..
                 

Pune: Boy trapped in borewell rescued after 16-hour operation

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The six-year-old boy who fell into a 200-feet-deep borewell near Manchar tehsil in Pune was safely rescued on Thursday after a 16-hour operation. The boy, identified as Ravi Pandit Bill, was stuck at a depth of 10 feet in the borewell, informed SHO Ambegaon Police station. The boy fell into the borewell around 5 pm on Wednesday in Thandale village of Pune. Ravi, son of a labourer working on road constructions, fell into the borewell while playing. The work of road construction was underway in the area and Ravi's family was deployed at the site. Soon after receiving the report of the incident, the National Disaster Response Force team (NDRF) and police were pressed into action to rescue the trapped boy. The operation was very critical and required constant meticulous planning to avoid any injury to the child. 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..
                 

Six Killed, 18 Injured in Accident on Lucknow-Agra Expressway

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IIM Indore gets international accreditation from AACSB

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Why do Zebra have stripes? To ward off bloodsucking flies, says new study

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Odisha Bandh Today LIVE Updates: Farmers’ outfit calls for 12-hour shutdown, receives support from Congress, BJP

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Congress Attacks Modi over India-Saudi Statement, Says He 'Forgot' to Write Pakistan's Name

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Tech Mahindra hits new high as board approves buyback at Rs 950 per share

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Commuter Jumps on Tracks, Disrupts Metro Services in Delhi

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HC Directs CBSE, Delhi University to Help Transwoman Seeking Name Change in Educational Records

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Kulbhushan Jadhav`s death sentence based on `extracted confession`, should be annulled: India tells ICJ

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Criminal Wanted In Over 100 Cases Arrested In Delhi

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Minister Allegedly Slaps, Abuses Rajasthan Official, Colleagues Protest

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Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Narendra Modi for ‘gifting’ Rafale jet deal to Anil Ambani

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Burberry pulls 'noose' hoodie post backlash

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British luxury fashion brand Burberry has apologised for showcasing a hoodie outfit with a noose around the neck. The outfit was showcased in Burberry's Autumn/Winter (A/W) collection, "Tempest", during the recently concluded London Fashion Week. On the social media, the brand was blasted for glamorising suicide. Model Liz Kennedy, who walked in the Burberry show but did not wear the outfit, also criticised the brand. Kennedy said that she had voiced her disapproval but was ignored by the fashion house. The outfit was a creation of Burberry's chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci. After the uproar, Marco Gobbetti, the chief executive of Burberry, issued a statement, saying the brand was "deeply sorry for the distress". According to The Guardian, Tisci also apologised, saying "while the design was inspired by a nautical theme, I realise that it was insensitive". "It was never my intention to upset anyone. It does not reflect my values nor Burberry's and we have removed it from the co..
                 

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Pulwama attack: What revoking Pak's MFN status means for trade and economy

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CG Power, Kwality: Promoters pledge 100% holding in December quarter

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Actor and teacher Swaroop Rawal among 10 finalists for Global Teacher Prize 2019

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Fodder scam case: Lalu Prasad Yadav moves SC, seeks bail in three cases

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J-K: Jammu-Srinagar Highway closed for second day, hit by five fresh landslides

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Google to train Indian journalists in fair election coverage

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As India elections inch closer, Google on Thursday announced to train journalists in online verification and fact-checking, digital safety and security, YouTube for elections coverage and data visualization for elections.                         Google News Initiative, in partnership with independent, third-party organisations DataLeads and Internews would host training sessions in 30 cities between February 26 and April 6 in English, Hindi, Malayalam, Bangla, Kannada, Gujarati, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Marathi, the company said in a statement. "The Google News Initiative is proud to be supporting journalists in India as they prepare to cover the upcoming elections. Since 2016, Google has trained more than 13,000 journalists in India, across over 200 newsrooms and in 40 cities," said Irene Jay Liu, Google News Lab Lead, Asia-Pacific. Working journalists and freelancers covering elections can apply for the free training ..
                 

Mumbai police issue show cause notice to MNS leader Nitin Nandgaonkar

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The Mumbai Police has served a show cause notice to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Nitin Nandgaonkar. In the notice issued on February 16, the police has mentioned cases registered against him, saying he was spreading fear in society, and asked him why he shouldn't be externed from Mumbai City, the suburbs and Thane district. The notice was sent after a video surfaced, in which Nandgaonkar was seen slapping an auto driver who allegedly beat up a passenger. Claiming to solve issues of people in distress, Nandgaonkar has in the past been seen beating auto drivers, scamsters etc. Many did not complain against him. Finding him committing the same crime again and again, the police have sent him the notice. The Deputy Commissioner of Zone 6 served the notice to Nandgaonkar asking him to present himself before the Assistant Police Commissioner (Nehru Nagar Division). "He presented himself before the ACP and explained his case. Now officials will take the final call on this," said a..
                 

UP Institute Takes Action Against Three Kashmiri Girls for Alleged 'Adverse Remarks' Against Army

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We Want Kashmir, But Not Kashmiris: Chidambaram Points Out the ‘Depressing Irony’

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India's coal power plants unhealthiest, should be upgraded or shut: Study

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