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$5 trillion economy target needs doubling of banking credit: SBI chairman

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Shirdi Shops & Local Transport Shut Amid Row Over 'Sai Baba's Birthplace' But Temple Open for Pilgrims

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In an Unusual Crackdown, UP Police Snatch Blankets of Anti-CAA Protesters at Lucknow's Clock Tower

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Kerala Guv seeks report from Vijayan govt over CAA suit in SC

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Manjot Kalra Allowed To Represent Delhi "Until Further Orders": Ombudsman

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WEF 2020: Union Ministers, CMs, over 100 Indian CEOs to attend Davos summit

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Former principal secretary to PM, Nripendra Mishra made chairman of NMML executive council

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'Kambal Chor' Trends on Twitter as Videos of UP Police 'Stealing' Blankets from Protesters Go Viral

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Rare Rift and Timely Truce: Why Congress and DMK Cannot Afford to Walk Away from Each Other

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There will be process to give citizenship to Sri Lankan Tamil refugees: FM

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Maharashtra, Karnataka CMs & Sharad Pawar should meet over Belgaum dispute: Sanjay Raut

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We don't want any power centre other than Constitution: Mohan Bhagwat

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RSS believes in Constitution, not any other ‘power center’, says Mohan Bhagwat

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Shirdi bandh: Devotees pour in at Sai Baba temple, shops remain shut amid protests

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Cabinet to discuss Mumbai's '24/7 policy' on Jan 22: Deshmukh

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Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Sunday said the state cabinet will discuss on January 22 the issue of allowing malls, multiplexes and shop to remain open 24/7. Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray had on Saturday said shops, malls and eateries in non-residential areas of Mumbai will have the option of remaining open 24x7 from January 26, although it will not be made compulsory. Aaditya is said to be the prime mover behind the nightlife project. "The issue will come up for deliberations in the January 22 cabinet meeting. We have to see how much the city police will be burdened if shops, eateries and malls are kept open through the night. After detailed deliberations, a decision will be taken," Deshmukh told reporters. When asked about the controversy over the birthplace of 19th century spiritual figure Saibaba and a shutdown being observed in Shirdi, Deshmukh said the issue will be resolved by talking to all concerned. The controversy erupted after .....
                 

Tata Mumbai Marathon: Ethiopian Hurisa creates course record

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Derara Hurisa wasn't the the favourite for Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020 but the Ethiopian upset the odds to win in a course record of 2:08:09 here on Sunday. Hurisa was rewarded with his biggest ever pay day, a USD 45,000 winners cheque and a USD 15,000 course record bonus. The amount he picked up on Sunday for his stunning win was more than he had pocketed across his entire career. In addition, the race was won with a pair of borrowed racing shoes. "I misplaced my shoes while travelling from Addis Ababa to Mumbai earlier in the week. So I borrowed some shoes from my friend Abraham Girma (who also ran the Tata Mumbai Marathon). So I only tried them on for the first time yesterday," Hurisa revealed after the race. In a thrilling finish to the 17th edition of TMM, three men approached the last kilometre together, but Hurisa went through the gears as the trio passed that check point and he pulled away from his compatriots Ayele Abshero and Birhanu Teshome. Abshero and Teshome..
                 

States opposing CAA implementation is 'unconstitutional': Nirmala Sitharaman

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Traffic management: HC wants vehicle number-reading cameras in four months, Chandigarh officials say can’t be done

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CAA petition in SC: Kerala Governor seeks report from LDF govt

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: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has sought a report from the state government for moving the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act without informing him. The office of Raj Bhavan has sought the report from the Chief Secretary of the state. "The Governor's office has sought a report from the Chief Secretary for not informing him about the state's move to approach the apex court against the CAA," a top source from Raj Bhavan told PTI on Sunday. The LDF government had on January 13 moved the top court challenging the Act and had sought to declare it as ultra vires of the Constitution. Attacking Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Khan had earlier said the public affairs and the business of the government cannot be run in accordance with the "whims of an individual or a political party" and everyone has to respect the rules. Kerala was the first state to pass a resolution in the state assembly against the CAA and to knock on the doors of the top court, .....
                 

Top-seed Ponkratov posts easy win over Rathneesh

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Top-seeded Russian Grand Master Pavel Ponkratov defeated local boy R Rathneesh in the second round of the 12th Chennai Open International Grand Master Chess tournament here on Sunday. Sharing the lead with Ponkratov on two points were: Grandmasters Jose Eduardo Martinez Alcantara (Peru), Aleksej Aleksandrov (Belarus), Aleksey Goganov (Russia), Mikheil Mchedlishvili (Georgia), N R Visakh (India) and Ivan Rozum (Russia) among others. The first board game saw Ponkrantov accounting for Rathneesh while on the third board Sanket Chakravarthy (Elo 2055) stunned defending champion GM Ivan Pantsulaia Levan (Elo 2598) of Georgia. The English opening game saw Sanket weaving his knight through the defences of black. Pantsulaia gave up his exchange and tried to restore the balance, but the Indian boy converted his advantage smoothly in 52 moves. Important results: Round 2 (Indians unless specified): Pavel Ponkratov (Russia) 2 beat Rathneesh (1), Jose Eduardo Martinez Alcantara .....
                 

'Saheb' is four-time CM, I anyhow became deputy CM four times: Ajit Pawar

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Govt plans to extend urad imports till June on likely domestic shortage: Sources

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The government plans to extend urad dal imports of up to 4,00,000 tonnes a fiscal for another three months till June this year in view of likely domestic shortages, according to sources. The Indian Pulses and Grains Association (IPGA) has demanded the government for removal of quantitative curbs on urad as the country is likely to face a shortage of about 50 per cent in production this year on account of damage to the 2019 kharif crop. Last month, the commerce ministry had raised the quota of urad import from 1.5 lakh tonnes to 4 lakh tonnes for the fiscal ending March 2020. Import was allowed to be undertaken only by millers and refiners. According to sources, "So far, only 2 lakh tonnes of urad has been imported. The pulses situation was reviewed recently by the concerned ministeries and a consensus has emerged to give time till June for undertaking the import of rest of the quota." IPGA Vice Chairman Bimal Kothari had recently said the country produces about 25-30 lakh tonnes of .....
                 

NRC will protect rights of minorities 'taken away' by Bangladeshi infiltrators: Jharkhand BJP

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Internet in J&K only used to watch dirty films: NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat

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Raj govt to bring in assembly resolution against implementation of CAA in state

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The Congress-ruled Rajasthan has decided to bring in an assembly resolution against the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the state in the budget session beginning on January 24. The resolution is likely to be passed on the very first day of the session, government sources said. The state government is mulling over bringing a resolution against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 to be introduced in the upcoming budget session, the sources said. MLA Wajib Ali, one of six MLAs who defected to ruling Congress from BSP last year, had on Friday forwarded a letter to the chief minister requesting him to bring a resolution against the CAA. Protests against the CAA are being held across the country. The amended act is against the spirit of the Constitution and it is causing social unrest, Ali said. The opposition BJP has said the government's move to bring the resolution will be strongly opposed. We will oppose any such move of the government. No one, be it the chief .....
                 

Baby On Board: Sania Mirza Embarks On First Grand Slam Bid As A Mother

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After Assam NRC ‘fiasco’, Modi govt changed gears and now talking of NPR: Chidambaram

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Protesters hold 'Free Hong Kong' signs, demand boycott of Communist Party

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Six of 10 most-valued firms add Rs 62,773 cr in m-cap; RIL, HUL top gainers

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It is not legal if states refuse to implement CAA, Nirmala Sitharaman says

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Punjab: SAD plans rallies against Congress, picks Dhindsa turf for first show of strength

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Accidents, suicides claimed lives of 2,200 personnel in 2014-2018 period

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Pulling All-Nighters and Beating Vessels: Locust Invasion Has Rajasthan Farmers All Shook Up

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Delhi Assembly Elections LIVE: AAP Manifesto to be Out Shortly; BJP May Release 2nd List of Candidates

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Shin Kyuk-ho, founder of South Korean retail conglomerate Lotte dies at 97

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CAA, NRC 'internal matters' of India but unnecessary, says Sheikh Hasina

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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM Modi to interact with students on Monday

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CAA suit in SC: Kerala governor seeks report from government

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Kerala Pournami Lottery RN-427 Today Results: First Prize worth is Rs 70 lakh!

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Congress MLA in Madhya Pradesh Sits on Dharna Against Own Govt, Says CM Not Fulfilling Promises

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VBA gives Maha bandh call on Jan 24 against CAA, NRC

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The Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) has called for a Maharashtra bandh on January 24 to protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and "wrong" economic policies of the Centre. Talking to reporters here on Sunday, VBA leader Prakash Ambedkar alleged that there was unrest in the country over the CAA, which the Centre was trying to implement forcibly. "The country is on the path of economic bankruptcy. Due to demonetisation and GST, coupled with atmosphere of mistrust in the country, the government is not getting revenue. The economic policies of the Centre are wrong," he alleged. Ambedkar also appealed to political parties andsocial organisations to join the bandh. He also met Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in connection with the bandh call...
                 

AAP trying to save Nirbhaya case convicts, stalling justice, alleges BJP

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2838 Pakistanis, 914 Afghans, 172 Bangladeshis given Indian citizenship in last 6 years, says Nirmala Sitharaman

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"Sure He Will Be Retained, No CSK Without MS Dhoni": N Srinivasan

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Shahid Kapoor, Ishaan Khattar's maternal grandmother passes away

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Actors Shahid Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter's maternal grandmother Khadija Azeem has passed away, the "Dhadak" star has announced. Ishaan, half brother of Shahid and son of actors Neelima Azeem and Rajesh Khatter, shared the news in an Instagram post. "Ammi.. you instilled wit, fire, knowledge, perseverance, purpose and meaning in all of us. Freedom fighter, writer, translator, editor.. sister, wife, mother, aunt, grandmother, friend, confidant - you were so many things and more," the actor wrote. "They don't make them like you anymore. Blessed to have had you in my life. I'll carry a small piece of your vast presence with me always. You'll never be forgotten by anybody whose life you deeply impacted," he added. The cause of Khadija Azeem's death is yet to be ascertained. Ishaan also shared some photos of Khadija Azeem, including one with his mother from her childhood years. The actor's father Rajesh commented on his post, saying, "An accomplished woman, her zest for life was infectious, ...
                 

Arvind Kejriwal's 'subdued' response to CAA-NPR-NRC, Jamia-JNU violence 'smacks of opportunism': Kapil Sibal

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Belgaum border dispute can be resolved if Amit Shah wants, says Sanjay Raut

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KoPT tableau expected to roll down Rajpath on Republic Day

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In a first in India's maritime history, the Kolkata Port Trust is likely to showcase its tableau during the Republic Day parade, sources said, giving people, who were earlier sore over the rejection of the Bengal government's proposal for January 26, a reason to cheer. Earlier in the month, the defence ministry had rejected West Bengal's tableau proposal, without citing any specific reason. A statement by the ministry said the proposal was rejected after an expert committee examined it in two rounds of meeting. The KoPT tableau, under the aegis of the Union Ministry of Shipping, will display the riverine port's rich history, its mechanized transformation and unique features, a source privy to the development said. Additionally, the KoPT anthem, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had unveiled last week on the occasion of the port's sesquicentenary celebrations, will be played, when the tableau rolls down the Rajpath. The prime minister, during his visit, had renamed the ...
                 

Hardik arrest: Priyanka should know legalities, says Guj DyCM

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Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Sunday said Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra should have a "legal understanding" that her party leader Hardik Patel has been arrested as per a court's order. He asserted that the BJP-led state government and the police department have no role in the arrest of the Patidar quota agitation leader. The deputy chief minister's remark came after Priyanka Gandhi accused the BJP of repeatedly harassing Congress leader Hardik Patel, who has been arrested for failing to appear before a court in a 2015 sedition case. Hardik Patel was arrested late Saturday night from Viramgam taluka in Ahmedabad after Additional Sessions Judge B G Ganatra issued an arrest warrant, observing that the Congress leader was flouting bail conditions by not remaining present regularly with the intention to delay trial. He has been remanded in judicial custody till January 24. On Sunday morning, Priyanka Gandhi tweeted, "The BJP is repeatedly .....
                 

Watch: Giant avalanche hits HP's Kinnaur

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India Wear Black Armbands In 3rd ODI To Pay Tripute To Bapu Nadkarni

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Maharashtra weightlifters win gold, keep state in driving seat

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Maharashtra's weightlifters claimed two gold medals on Sunday in the Khelo India Youth Games 2020 to increase the state's lead over Haryana in the medals table. Lifters Abhishek Nipane, a bronze medal winner in the under-21 73kg class last year, and Kiran Marathe, silver medallist a year ago, improved on their performances to increase Maharashtra's collection of weightlifting gold to eight out of the 18 contested so far. Manipur's Chingkham Nirmala Devi (under-21) and Shandrella Huyam (under-17) claimed the 59kg class crowns late on Saturday to take their state to the 11th spot on the medals chart ahead of teams like Tamil Nadu and Punjab. Nirmala turned the tables on last year's winner Ditimoni Sonowal, denying the home state the gold while Shandrella beat Anai Wangsu (Rajasthan) and Sanapathi Pallavi (Andhra Pradesh). Meanwhile Assam claimed two of the four lawn bowl gold medals late on Saturday evening to climb to the seventh spot in the medals tally. Assam's pair of Sanzio Pandey ...
                 

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi summoned by Ranchi court over “Modi is thief” remark

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Kerala mosque hosts Hindu wedding

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In a rare wedding ceremony held in a Mosque, a Hindu couple tied the nuptial knot and exchanged vows here on Sunday. The marriage hosted by the Cheruvally Muslim Jamaat mosque near here, was held according to hindu rituals in front of a lighted traditional lamp with guests from both the communities participating. The Bride Anju and the groom Sarath exchanged garlands and performed rituals in the presence of a priest at the mosque premises, which was decked up for the rare occasion signifying communal amity. A vegetarian sadya was also held at the premises. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan took to Facebook to congragulate the young couple and said the state has always upheld and showcased such beautiful examples of religious harmony. The wedding was held at a time when a concerted attempt was being made to divide people in the name of religion, Vijayan said conveying his wishes to the couple, their families and the mosque committee. "Kerala is one and we will stay ....
                 

Tejashwi Yadav tears into Bihar CM for using copters to videograph human chain event

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Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday slammed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Yadav for using public money to hire helicopters to record a human chain event to express their support for 'Jan Jeevan Hariyali' in Bihar."There is so much unemployment here in the state. But Nitish Kumar ji has spent crores of money for hiring helicopters to cover the human chain event. When floods ravaged the state, not even a single helicopter was hired," he said while speaking to ANI in Patna."Even children are forced to stand in the chilly winters without shoes for participating in human chain.," he added.The Bihar government had earlier claimed that the human chain on January 19 will be the longest one ever attempted. The human chain will cover all districts in the state with the claimed participation of crores of people.The Bihar government had organised such events in support of prohibition of liquor in 2017 and then against dowry and child marriage in 2018...
                 

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Kashmir’s trade body demands removal of NITI Aayog member for ‘dirty films’ remark

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FM Sitharaman to set realistic nominal GDP target at 9.5-10%: Report

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Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM to interact with students, teachers on Monday

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19 Indians kidnapped by pirates near Nigerian coast released, one died in captivity

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Sitharaman: 566 Muslims from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan were given citizenship till 2014

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Citizenship Act not necessary, CAA, NRC India’s internal matter: Sheikh Hasina

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This Wedding Proposal Left Anand Mahindra with an 'Inferiority Complex'

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IND vs AUS 3rd ODI: Shikhar Dhawan Injures Shoulder, Taken For X-Ray

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Reliance outpaces industry in petrol, diesel sales from its outlets

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Had detailed discussions with Amit Shah on cabinet expansion: Yediyurappa

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Intellectuals will not be in position to show their faces: Dilip Ghosh warns anti-CAA protesters

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Haryana proposes pay parity between HCS, HPS officers

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India vs Australia 3rd ODI Live: All eyes on India playing 11 at Bengaluru

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Circular from Syro-Malabar church read out during Sunday mass

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A circular from the Syro-Malabar Church on the alleged incidents of Christian girls in Kerala and other states being trapped in love and recruited by terror outfit IS was read out in many of its churches during the holy mass on Sunday, sources said here. In the circular, the church head Cardinal George Alencherry urged the priests and laity of the Syro-Malabar Church to take serious note of Christian girls getting trapped in love and being killed in Kerala and other states. The term 'Love Jihad' was not used in the circular. The Bishops of the Church had faced flak from a section of priests and laity after the Synod of the Church last week issued a statement saying that Love Jihad is a reality." The statement alleged that scores of Christian women from the southern state were being lured into the trap of Islamic State and used in terror activities. In the circular read out in churches, the Cardinal expressed concern over the growing incidents of inter- religious love .....
                 

No dearth of money, plan to spend Rs 5 lakh crore on infrastructure: Nitin Gadkari

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Accidents, suicides claimed lives of 2,200 CAPF personnel in 2014-2018 period

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Goa minister's brother booked for abetting MGP neta's suicide

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A case has been registered against the brother of a Goa BJP minister and another person for allegedly driving Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) leader Prakash Naik to suicide, an official said on Sunday. Naik, who was in his late 50s, allegedly shot himself dead at his home in Merces village of North Goa district on Friday. "An FIR has been registered against Wilson Godinho and another person identified as Tahir, who were named by the deceased in the WhatsApp message he sent before his death," Superintendent of Police (North) Utkrisht Prasoon said. Wilson is elder brother of state Panchayat minister and BJP leader Mauvin Godinho. According to the police, Naik blamed two men, including the Goa minister's brother, in his last WhatsApp message for his decision to end life. In the message, Naik accused Wilson Godinho and Tahir of "blackmailing" and "harassing" him over a monetary dispute, they said. "The police initially filed a case of unnatural death on Friday, but .....
                 

RJD workers protest against human chain event by CM Nitish Kumar in Patna

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Several Rashtriya Janata Dal (JDU) workers, along with leader Tej Pratap Yadav, staged a protest on Sunday against the human chain event initiated by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Patna.The workers held up placards with messages condemning several societal issues such as loot and murder, rape, deteriorating education system, inflation and more.Speaking to the media, Yadav said: "The cold weather conditions in Bihar will greatly harm the children who are participating in the human chain event. Some children are not wearing socks, while some other children are not even able to stand properly."He further attacked the state government's policies, stating the condition of the state was very dire, with rising levels of unemployment, crime and inflation.Yadav also alleged that the human chain event was forcefully imposed on the students of various schools and colleges, and even said that people were threatened that they would have to pay fines if they did not participate."It has been..
                 

New Delhi has heard, redressed Bru-Reang refugee problem: Swaraj Kaushal

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Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw made Order of Australia member

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BJP set to get new president, Nadda likely to succeed Shah

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The BJP is set to get its new national president in place of Amit Shah on Monday, with its working president J P Nadda expected to be elected to the post unopposed. Top party leaders, including those from states, are likely to arrive at the BJP headquarters to file nominations in support of Nadda, who has long been seen as the choice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shah for the job. His decades-long experience in the organisation, starting from student politics, proximity to the RSS and clean image are seen as his strengths. Senior BJP leader Radha Mohan Singh, who is in charge of the party's organisational poll process, said that nominations for the national president's election will be filed on January 20, and a contest will take place the next day if required. The BJP has the convention of electing its president with consensus and without any contest, and there is little possibility that it will be any other way this time. The election of a new president will bring to end .....