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HDFC Bank has no plans to cut down branch expansion to focus on tech: CEO

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Pulwama attack: How a Paris blacklisting may destroy Pakistan economically

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Even Trump's tariff threats can't drive Europe to make Russia its partner

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Saradha chit fund case: WB Chief Secy, DGP, Kolkata CP file affidavits, issue apology to SC

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Two in police custody for murders of Kerala Youth Congress workers

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The Kerala Police on Monday took two persons into custody in connection with the murders of two Youth Congress workers at Kasargode on Sunday night. The activists - Krupesh, 19, and Joshy, 24 - were hacked to death by three assailants who came on motorcycles. While Krupesh breathed his last at the Kasargode district hospital, Joshy died en route to a medical facility in Mangaluru, Karnataka. The authorities have also got in touch with the Karnataka Police chief over the case, Kerala Police officers said. According to the First Information Report filed by the police, there was a 13 cm deep wound on Krupesh's head, while Joshy's neck was gashed. Condemning the murders, Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted: "The brutal murder of two members of our Youth Congress family in Kasargode, Kerala, is shocking. The Congress party stands in solidarity with the families of these two young men and I send them my deepest condolences. We will not rest till the murderers are brought to justice."..
                 

ED to Quiz Robert Vadra Again Tomorrow in Connection With London-based Property

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`Sack Navjot Sidhu`: Uproar in Punjab Assembly after minister`s remark on Pulwama attack

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CBSE Class 12 Accountancy Pattern, Tips, Last Year Paper Analysis

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An app may be stealing your bank data, RBI warns digital, UPI users

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Supreme Court admits Reliance Infra petition on Airport Metro arbitration

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Pulwama encounter: What we know so far

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Delhi high court reserves verdict in National Herald eviction case

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Pulwama attack: One slap from army officer rattled Maulana Masood Azhar, recalls interrogator

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Mastermind of Pulwama attack gunned down; four army men martyred

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Pulwama (Jammu and Kashmir): Four Army personnel, including a major, and two Jaish terrorists were killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district on Monday, three days after a suicide bomber from the group drove his explosives-laden vehicle into a CRPF bus in the area, defence officials said. A civilian was also killed in the exchange of fire in Pinglan area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, they said. "The terrorists are believed to be linked to the February 14 car bombing. The exact identities of the two terrorists killed are being ascertained," a defence spokesperson said. Security forces launched a cordon and search operation during the night after receiving inputs about the presence of militants in the area, a police official said. Militants fired at forces as the searches got underway, triggering a gun battle, officials said. The gunfight started late on Sunday after security forces, including the Rashtriya Rifles (RR), Special Operations Group (SOG..
                 

12-hour trade bandh in Odisha as tribute to martyred CRPF jawans

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Business activities came to a halt across Odisha on Monday following a nationwide trade bandhcalled by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) as a tribute to the CRPF jawans martyred in Pulwama terror attack. Shops, business establishments and commercial markets remained shut throughout the state as different traders bodies extended support to the 12-hour trade bandh. Normal life remained largely unaffected as vehicles plied as usual in the state during the trade bandh, backed by Odisha Byabasayee Mahasangh in solidarity with the nation and families of 40 martyred soldiers. While medicine shops and petrol outlets were kept out of the purview of the trade bandh, some of them voluntarily shut operations for some time as a mark of solidarity, a functionary of the mahasangh said. Traders and business outfits spontaneously supported the call all over the state including places like Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Sambalpur..
                 

Mumbai Woman Calls Friend to Party, Spikes Her Drink and Lets Boyfriend Rape Her

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SC to Consider Plea for Urgent Hearing of PIL Against Article 370 Granting Special Status to J&K

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India`s military might vs Pakistan`s defence forces

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Kamal Haasan sparks massive row, asks why no plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir

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Suspended by BJP, Kirti Azad joins Congress, calls it 'ghar wapasi'

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Saradha scam: Nalini Chidambaram granted interim protection from arrest

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HC grants interim protection to Nalini Chidambaram from arrest in Saradha chit fund scam

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Yesteryear actor Biswajit Chatterjee joins BJP in further boost to Bengal unit

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Congress to finalize candidates, manifesto by February

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With a view to preventing infighting due to ticket distribution, the Congress has directed all its state units to expedite the process of candidate selection as well as state-wise electoral understanding for the Lok Sabha before this month which shall be then approved by the Congress Election Committee. The recent Assembly polls, particularly in Rajasthan, saw a lot of infighting in the Congress over ticket distribution, causing embarrassment to the central leadership. Several disgruntled party leaders staged protests and over a dozen contested as independents, denting the party's showing. In order to avoid a repeat of a similar situation, the state units have been told to expedite the procedure of candidate selection and submit the lists before the month end. One of the major issues discussed during the recent Congress President Rahul Gandhi's meeting with general secretaries and state unit chiefs was ticket distribution. "Ticket distribution has always been a contentious issue wi..
                 

Zee Media urges Indians to observe 2-minute silence at 3 pm, Feb 19 for CRPF bravehearts

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Time for talks has passed, says PM Narendra Modi after Pulwama terror attack

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Army Major, 34, Second Officer From Uttarakhand To Be Killed In 3 Days

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Ajay Devgn's Total Dhamaal To NOT Release In Pakistan, Donates Rs 50 Lakh To The Families Of Jawans

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ICJ begins a four-day public hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case

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Morale of armed forces high: Rajnath Singh

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Top parties adopt 'wait and see' tactics in UP

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PIX: Best Sports Photos of the Week

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Supreme Court junks PIL seeking ban on animal slaughter for meat export

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ED summons Robert Vadra to appear for questioning in money laundering case on Tuesday

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Here's Why 'Baahubali' Co-Stars Anushka And Rana Daggubati Are Trending

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Samsung Galaxy A50 Leak Tips Triple Cameras, In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

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Only 1 in 38 alcohol dependent people received any treatment last year: Govt survey

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Only one in about 38 alcohol dependent people in India have received any treatment, while only one in about 180 people with the affliction were hospitalised, indicating a massive treatment gap in the system, a government survey stated. As per the "Prevalence and Extent of Substance Use in India" survey, alcohol is the most commonly used psychoactive substance by Indians, with about 14.6 per cent (16 crore people) in the 10-75 age group consuming liquor and the habit is 17 times higher in men when compared to women. Chhattisgarh, Tripura, Punjab, Arunachal Pradesh and Goa were found to have the highest prevalence of liquor use. After a hiatus of 15 years, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, in collaboration with the National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre (NDDTC) of AIIMS, conducted the survey and compiled national and state level estimates of people involved in drug abuse. "This is for the first time that substance use has been studied and documented in the populations ...
                 

High Court reserves verdict in AJL eviction case

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Post Pulwama terror attack, global pressure mounts on Pakistan

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Indian Diplomat Rebuffs Handshake, Offers 'Namaskar' Instead to Pak Attorney General in ICJ

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Four soldiers, including Major, martyred in encounter with Jaish terrorists in Pulwama

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BSF Constable Drowns While Chasing Cow Smugglers Near Indo-Bangla Border

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Calcutta HC grants interim protection to MP who has joined BJP

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India asks ICJ to declare Jadhav's trial in Pakistan 'unlawful'

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India on Monday said the trial of its national Kulbhushan Jadhav by a Pakistani military court "hopelessly failed" to satisfy even the minimum standards of due process and requested the International Court of Justice to declare it "unlawful". India's plea came as the top UN court began a four-day public hearing in the case of Jadhav, 48, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage. India, during the first day of the hearing, based its case on two broad issues -- breach of Vienna Convention on consular access and the process of resolution. "It is an unfortunate case where the life of an innocent Indian is at risk," ex-solicitor general Harish Salve, who was representing India, said. "Pakistan's story is solely based on rhetoric and not facts," he said, adding that Jadhav's continued custody without consular access should be declared unlawful. Jadhav's trial by a Pakistani military court "hopelessly failed to satisfy even the minimum standards of du..
                 

Pakistan Using Jadhav as Propaganda Tool, Violated Vienna Convention on Consular Access: India Tells ICJ

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J&K administration withdraws security of five separatist leaders

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Minerva Punjab Move Court After AIFF Goes Ahead With Match In Srinagar

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Health Licence Of 30 Hotels In Karol Bagh Suspended By NDMC: Mayor

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RBI to consider early Rs 28,000 crore interim dividend to government

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Pak confers highest civilian award Nishan-e-Pakistan on Saudi crown prince

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New rules for political advertisements on social media: Facebook, Google tells Bombay high court

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Delhi govt dedicates Kabir bhajans to Pulwama attack martyrs

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Mamata Banerjee questions timing of Pulwama terror attack before polls

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Opposition demands Nitish Kumar's resignation over Bihar rape case

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The Opposition on Monday created a ruckus in the Bihar Assembly demanding Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's resignation, two days after a special POCSO court in Muzaffarpur directed the CBI to investigate the involvement of Kumar and two IAS officers in the infamous shelter home rape case. Legislators of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress, Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) and the Left parties disrupted proceedings in both houses of the Assembly shouting slogans and demanding Nitish Kumar's resignation. While RJD spokesperson Bhai Virendra demanded a narco test of Nitish Kumar to confirm his involvement in the case, senior RJD leader and former Chief Minister Rabri Devi, who is also the leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council, said, "After the court directed the CBI to probe the chief minister's role in suppressing facts, Nitish Kumar should resign." Special POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) Court Judge Manoj Kumar had on Friday ordered the Central Bureau ..
                 

Only 89 of Over 6000 Candidates Short-Listed For Lateral Entry into Civil Services

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Why Selective Anger Against Mayawati and Statues of Dalit-Bahujan Icons is Deeply Casteist

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Days after Pulwama terror attack, IB warns of threat to 182-metre-tall Statue of Unity in Gujarat

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With Fake Papers, Delhi MBA Graduate Allegedly Sold Same House To 5 Men

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Market Wrap, Feb 18: Sensex falls 311 points as geopolitical concerns weigh

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Facebook behaved liked 'digital gangsters' by flouting privacy laws: UK MPs

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Kejriwal meets CM Narayanaswamy, demands statehood for Delhi, Puducherry

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Kolkata: BSF constable drowns while chasing cow smugglers

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Pakistan shooters granted visas for New Delhi World Cup

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280 Kashmiri Students Studying in Dehradun Reach Mohali, Many Head for Homes in J&K

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Curfew relaxed for 3 hours in parts of Jammu after Pulwama terror attack

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Vivo iQoo Phone Teased With Triple Rear Cameras, Glossy Back

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"Should Get 82 Of Them": Amarinder Singh Wants Revenge For Pulwama Attack

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Kulbhushan hearing: India accuses Pakistan of using ICJ for propaganda

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Mizoram govt to legislate stringent prohibition law in the

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Mizoram government will legislate a stringent prohibition law in the coming budget session of the assembly, its Excise and Narcotics Minister K Beichhua Monday said. The budget session of the state legislative assembly is likely to be held in March, he said at a meeting of the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) here. Beichhua said that total prohibition would be reimposed in the state as promised by MNF in its assembly election manifesto. The MNF government helmed by Zoramthanga soon after taking over the reins of the state in December 2018 had declared 'dry days', but was challenged by liquor vendors and the Gauhati High Court stayed the long spell of dry days. It had declared dry days from December 21 to January 14 which was extended from January 15 to March 15, prompting the owners of three bonded warehouses and wine shops to approach the High Court and challenge its order on the long spell of dry days. The Aizawl bench of the Gauhati High Court on January 19 squashed ...
                 

Saudi vows to 'de-escalate' India-Pakistan tensions after Pulwama attack

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Indian culture unaffected by servitude, external attacks due to people like Vivekananda, Tagore: PM Modi

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SP MLA Breaks Down in House, Says He Has Been Robbed of Rs 10 lakh

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Indian forces will give befitting reply to Pulwama attack: Amit Shah

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Stop blaming China, Pakistan: Chinese media to India

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"India Best In Own Conditions": Aaron Finch Cautious Ahead Of ODI Series

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Irani lays foundation stone for Hastshilp Bhawan in Delhi

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Union Minister Smriti Irani Monday laid the foundation stone for a 'Hastshilp' complex here which will provide better accessibility to handicraft artisans from across the country and SAARC nations. "The construction of Hastshilp Bhawan is being undertaken by NBCC at a cost of Rs 113.56 crore. The construction will be complete in 18 months," an official statement said. The complex will be named Deen Dayal Antarashtriya Hastshilp Bhawan and awardee artisans will be allocated space for marketing their products on rotation basis and preference will be given to differently abled artisans, the textile minister said in her address. The complex will have dormitory facilities for handicraft artisans from all across the country, she said. There will be a separate research wing and research will be carried out on endangered crafts and new and emerging handicraft products and markets. "At present, different offices of handicraft are situated at different places. The Hastshilp Bhawan, when .....
                 

Mamata questions timing of Pulwama attack

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Monday questioned the timing of the Pulwama terror attack, asking whether the government wanted to go to war when Lok Sabha elections were round the corner. She also accused the BJP and RSS of fomenting communal tension in the wake of the terror assault that claimed the lives of 40 CRPF troopers. "When elections are knocking on the door you are trying to stage a war... a shadow war. Amit Shah and Narendra Modi are delivering political speeches. Even after such a big mishap you do not resign taking responsibility and are instead delivering political speeches," she told a press conference. The Trinamool Congress supremo also wanted to know why a large convoy of CRPF personnel was allowed to move on the highway despite the government having intelligence inputs about a possible terror strike. "The government knew of the matter. Intelligence inputs were there. Then why so many people had to die? why no action was taken?" Banerjee .....
                 

Deaf-mute terrorist threatens India, says will only attack those who can speak

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'India y so Angry?' Pakistani Comedian's Message to Stop the Hate is Going Viral

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