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Hina Khan Jewellery Fraud Controversy: The Actress Sends Legal Notice To The Brand; Demands Apology!

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Jaitley counters Manmohan Singh's criticism

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Hours after former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh rejected the ruling government's claim of doubling farmers' income by 2022, Union Minister Arun Jaitley said the former need not be "pessimistic"."Former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh need not be pessimistic about doubling rural incomes. If he compared the investment that the NDA government is making in the agriculture, rural and social sectors he will get the answer," he tweeted.During the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting on Sunday, the former prime minister had criticised the Centre for its "culture of constant self-praise and jumlas" as against any solid policy framework.He had also raised questions over the Centre's promise of doubling farmers' income by 2022, and said the Modi government's claim would require an agricultural growth rate of 14 per cent "which is nowhere in sight."On a related note, the Union Cabinet on July 4 had approved the proposal made by Jaitley in this year's Union Budget for hiking the support price of Kharif..
                 

Gujarat varsity cancels comedian Kunal Kamra show

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8 Months Into Marriage, Banker Murders Pregnant Wife Suspecting Infidelity, Kills Self

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Rajasthan: Dad gets life term till death for minor daughter's rape

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Accused Of Billion-Dollar Scam, Gurgaon Realtor Yet To Face Police Action

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China's Xi visits Rwanda, 2nd stop on his Africa tour

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19 killed in Vietnam floods

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Slain J&K Police constable was home to prepare for sister’s wedding

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Assam Man Nabbed for Creating 17 Fake Facebook Profiles of Senior Police Officials

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Family Enters Cauvery River Despite Warning, Five Drown

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Women's abduction in Assam concerns parliamentary panel

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National Register of Citizens in Assam: Home Minister Rajnath Singh says no need to panic

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Those Creating Hurdles In Building Schools Are Traitors: Arvind Kejriwal

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Second Kudankulam Nuclear Plant Unit Resumes Operation After Maintenance

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Polish daredevil skies down K2 mountain in world first

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Daredevil Andrzej Bargiel has become the first person to ski down the world's second-highest mountain, the Polish national said today. Bargiel whizzed down from the summit of Pakistan's 8,611-metre (28,251-feet) K2 to the mountain's base camp after reaching the peak with around 30 others on Saturday. "Andrzej Bargiel reached the base of the mountain. The first complete descent on ski from K2 is done!" he posted on his Facebook page. The feat was the 30-year-old's second bid to enter the record books, after an attempt last year was scotched by bad weather. Three years ago Bargiel became the first skier in the world to descend from the nearby 8,015-meter Broad Peak. He has now skied from the summits of five of the 14 highest mountains in the world after earlier conquering Shishapangma and Manaslu peaks in the Himalayas, according to Polish media. Known as "Savage Mountain" among climbers, K2 is often deemed a more challenging ascent than Mount Everest, the world's highest peak. Less .....
                 

20 injured in grenade attack on BAP's election office in Pak

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At least 20 people were injured today in a grenade attack targeting an election office of the Baluchistan Awami Party in Pakistan's restive Baluchistan province. Unidentified men riding on motorcycles hurled hand grenades at the BAP election office, injuring 20 people. This is the second terror attack on the BAP in the province after the party suffered massive casualties on July 13 when a suicide bomber killed around 150 people and injured some 200 at a election meeting in Mastung district. The suicide bomber also killed BAP candidate Nawab Siraj Raisani. Earlier in the day, a senior leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf party, Ikramullah Gandapur was killed in a suicide bomb attack on his vehicle in Dera Ismail Khan. Gandapur was targeted near his residence as he was going to a election corner meeting...
                 

Assam NRC: All Indians will be given chance to prove citizenship, Rajnath Singh

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Railways Mulls Increasing Run-Time of Special Mumbai Rajdhani to Make it Stick to Schedule

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Kerala CPM MLA's Ramayana Recital a Hit on Social Media

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Jawans killed to discourage Kashmiri youth from joining forces, says Jitendra Singh

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Terrorists, who tortured J&K cop to death, killed

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Experts discuss infrastructure projects, environment

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Nielsen Wins 15th Stage, Thomas Still In Tour De France Yellow

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EU says trade differences remain despite G-20 talks

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Differences remain over trade and the tensions could escalate further despite talks by the world's top financial officials taking place in Argentina's capital amid fears that a wave of tariffs could damper global economic growth, a European official said today. The meeting of G-20 finance ministers and central bankers in Buenos Aires comes with the United States and China in a full-blown trade war with both nations imposing tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's goods with even bigger tariffs being threatened. "These meetings have been taking place in an international context which is very challenging," European financial affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici told reporters today. "Trade tensions remain high and they threaten to escalate further." But Moscovici said the two-day summit that began Saturday has not been "tense," and that countries must remain "cool-headed and maintain a proper sense of perspective." Representing the US at the meetings is Treasury Secretary Steven..
                 

Tesla's Musk resolves farting unicorn row with US potter

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Elon Musk has reached an agreement with a US potter who accused him of using his farting unicorn design on Tesla products without permission. Tom Edwards, of Evergreen, Colorado, wrote on his website on Friday that the issue had been resolved "in a way that everyone feels good about!" while Musk tweeted a screenshot of the same statement. The story began last year after the billionaire founder of the electric car firm and SpaceX tweeted a picture of Edwards' colorful mug, which depicts a crudely drawn unicorn against a rainbow, with smiley-face emojis in the background. The mythical creature is seen passing wind into a funnel that is connected to a car. "Electric cars are good for the environment because electricity comes from magic," reads the back. Musk called it "maybe my favorite mug ever" and the publicity led to a slight bump in sales for Edwards, who was happy that the South African-born entrepreneur, often hailed as a leading tech innovator and visionary, was a fan of his .....
                 

Maharashtra BJP raises poll pitch, hints at going it alone in 2019

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Kashmir: Security forces kill 3 militants who murdered J-K Police constable in Kulgam

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Nirav Modi Scam: PNB, Allahabad Bank Boards May Decide on Further Action Against EDs, MD

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BJP calls move to push Rahul Gandhi 'suicidal'

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Tapeworm eggs infest girl’s brain

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Gujarat: Airfield sealed over non-payment of taxes

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The Mehsana Municipality recently sealed the offices of the Aeronautics Training Centre (ATC) at Mehsana airfield over non-payment of over Rs 5 crore-worth taxes.The ATC was set up by Ahmedabad Aviation and Aeronautics Ltd in 2007.The Municipal Corporation had issued a notice to Ahmedabad Aviation and Aeronautics, however, since the company did not pay the overdue taxes, the offices in the airfield were sealed.Also, a chartered plane in the hanger of the airfield was tethered to a municipal corporation vehicle to prevent its usage.This marks the second time in three years that the Mehsana airfield, which was jointly developed by the Government of Gujarat and Ahmedabad Aviation and Aeronautics Ltd, has been sealed.In 2016, a notice was issued to the company to pay Rs 4.52 crore, non-payment of which, led to the sealing of the airfield.Also, the municipal corporation officer had found in 2016 that illegal construction was being carried out at the site...
                 

Kerala tops in governance, Tamil Nadu second, says report

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At CWC, party underlines: Rahul Gandhi leader, there is a need for allies

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Shehbaz Sharif says Indians will come to Wagah, call Pakistanis their masters

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Kalpesh Yagnik's death: Here's what we know so far

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5-Storey Under-Construction Building Collapses in Ghaziabad, 1 Dead

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36-year rainfall record shattered in Odisha

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Forest Dept.’s decision to trim trees violates its own guidelines

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Govt’s plan for PSUs to procure from Dalit SMEs fails to take off

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Alwar lynching: Police took three hours to reach health centre, 4 km away

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Thane Police to Seek Details of Call Centre Scam in US

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Mehbooba Questions Ban on Over 30 Pakistani TV Channels in Valley

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Calcutta Medical College hunger strike enters day 13

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Pak election commission limits powers of military personnel at poll stations

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Facing criticism, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) today restricted the magisterial powers of military personnel set to be deployed at the polling stations during the July 25 general elections. The ECP had issued a notification on July 10, giving extended powers to the armed forces personnel to be deployed at polling stations across the country from July 23 to July 27. At least 371,000 armed forces personnel will be deployed at polling stations to provide security and the ECP had conferred on them wider powers to check malpractice. Granting magisterial powers to the armed forces personnel was criticised by several senators. The ECP took strong exception to the comments and criticism of the senators and termed it based on disinformation. However, the ECP through a notification limited the army's magisterial powers to offences of personification and capturing of a polling station or polling booth by anyone. In all other cases, the armed forces would first inform the presiding ....
                 

11 extremists, 1 soldier killed in ambush in central Mali

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After landing in Canada, two AAP MLAs questioned, sent back

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J&K, Naga Peace Accord and border issues discussed at Congress CWC meet

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Assam Man Arrested For Creating Fake Facebook Accounts Of Top Officials

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India's Border Roads Organisation Completes Strategic Road In Bhutan

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G20 warns 'heightened trade and geopolitical tensions' pose risks to growth

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Group of 20 finance ministers warned today that "heightened trade and geopolitical tensions" posed risks to global economic growth as two days of meetings came to a close. The G20 emphasised "the need to step up dialogue and actions to mitigate risks and enhance confidence", in its final communique after a summit dominated by fears over an escalating global trade conflict. The statement did not mention the United States, which is at the centre of multiple trade disputes, but was still stronger than the statement in March when the G20 avoided the issue altogether. G20 ministers described current global economic growth as "robust" in the communique but cautioned that "short and medium term" risks "have increased". As well as trade tensions, the communique identified "rising financial vulnerabilities", "global imbalances" and "inequality" amongst the risks. The ministers and central bank chiefs met against a backdrop of the United States trading punitive tariff sanctions with the .....
                 

Niti Aayog nod to panel for denotified, semi-nomadic, nomadic tribes

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Jammu BJP MLA floats ‘non-political’ outfit, party takes note

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Amit Shah Meets Lata Mangeshkar in Mumbai as Part of ‘Sampark’ Campaign

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Those Who Want Shariat May Go to Pakistan, Says BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj

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Point taken, says PM Narendra Modi on plea to 'smile more'

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Man fatally knocked down by motorcycle

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'My Mistake, I'm Sorry': Sebastian Vettel Takes Blame For Crash

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Government Knew Of Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Rapes: Tejashwi Yadav

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Sharif damaging credibility of July 25 general elections: Imran

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan today accused jailed prime minister Nawaz Sharif of "protecting India's interests" and trying to damage the credibility of the July 25 general elections. Addressing a poll rally in Karachi, the 65-year-old cricketer-turned-politician claimed that a "big game" is being played to hurt the credibility of the general elections and Sharif and others are behind this "conspiracy". "Now when he knows that his party is facing certain defeat in the elections, he is saying the elections are going to be rigged, Khan said. Even the Indian media is now beating out the narrative that the elections will be rigged. It is a big conspiracy against the state of Pakistan, he added. Khan alleged that Sharif, who is now serving 10-years jail term in Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi in a corruption case, had always tried to defame the Pakistan armed forces and institutions. "He tried to do this through the Dawn leaks and then by claiming that the Pakistani establishment ...
                 

UP school remains closed on Friday, probe ordered

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Mayawati removes Veer Singh as BSP general secretary

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Uber Driver Goes on Trip Without Passenger, Rider's Commentary on 'Journey' Keeps Twitter Amused

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Rahul Gandhi Writes to Ragpicker's Son Who Cracked AIIMS Entrance Test, Hopes He Inspires Many

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1st in Kashmir: People protest stone throwers

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Air India leaves Indian Table Tennis squad stranded at IGI airport

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India Produce Strong Performance At Asian Junior Wrestling

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Conspiracy To Dissuade Kashmiris From Joining Forces: Jitendra Singh

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5-storey under-construction building collapses in Ghaziabad; 1 dead, 7 injured

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A five-storey under-construction building collapsed here today, killing at least one person and injuring seven, officials said. District Magistrate Ritu Maheshwari said the building was being constructed illegally. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered an inquiry into the incident. A magisterial probe has also been initiated into the collapse of the illegal structure in the Akash Nagar area, she said. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel were pressed into service soon after the incident and rescue and search operations were underway, police said. "So far, we have pulled out one body and rescued one person trapped under the debris," an NDRF official told PTI. Director General of Police O P Singh in a statement identified the deceased as Rahul. The Ghaziabad Police tweeted that some labourers were rescued and sent to a hospital for treatment. There were no reports of more people being trapped in the collapsed structure, it said. "Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath .....
                 

CM Fadnavis cancels temple visit amid Maratha protests

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Congress non-working committee met under non-performing chief: BJP

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Kerala Govt Backs Award-winning Author Who Withdrew Novel After Threats From Hindutva Outfits

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'Muslim' Meal on Air India to Protect Hindus From 'Halal'

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Juvenile convicts can't be given death penalty for every case of rape, murder: Justice Lokur

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Suicide attack at Kabul airport leaves 14 dead, 60 wounded

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A suicide bomber killed at least 14 people and wounded 60 at the entrance to Kabul international airport today, officials said, as scores gathered to welcome home Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile. Senior government officials, political leaders and supporters were leaving the airport after greeting the powerful ethnic Uzbek leader and former warlord when the explosion happened. "This is the first time I have seen a suicide attack," one witness told AFP. "People were collecting human flesh with their hands," he said, shaking as he spoke. "What is going on in Afghanistan?" Dostum, clad in a Western suit and sunglasses and travelling in an armoured vehicle, was unharmed, said his spokesman Bashir Ahmad Tayanj. Kabul Police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai said 14 people had been killed and 60 wounded, adding that nine members of the security forces and traffic police were among the dead. The suicide bomber was on foot, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said, adding ....
                 

No proposal at present for judicial accountability Bill: Govt

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$210-million assets: I-T moves court against Winsome owner’s wife

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UP Woman Approaches Police With Aborted Foetus in Bag to File Rape Complaint

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Will Make Chhattisgarh Alcohol-Free, But Permit Tribals to Consume it: Ajit Jogi

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Class IV student found hanging in hostel room

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