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

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

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

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

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

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FPIs remain net buyers in January despite heightened geopolitical tensions

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

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Trump's Legal Team Sends Senate Fiery Response to Impeachment Summons

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Sanskrit to Replace Urdu at Uttarakhand Stations, Railway Officials Tasked With Getting Spellings Right

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

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As many as 2200 CAPF personnel died in accidents, suicides during 2014-2018

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

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Haryana proposes pay parity between HCS, HPS officers

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If Jayalalithaa was at helm of affairs in AIADMK today, she wouldn’t have supported CAA: Kanimozhi

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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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Pondy CM kick-starts drive against polio

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Chief Minister of Puducherry V Narayanasamy on Sunday kick-started a drive against pulse polio by administering drops to children at a government higher secondary school at Nellithope the constituency he represents. Official sources said the intensified pulse polio immunisation programme was carried out by administering drops to children aged below five. Around 98,000 children were eligible for the coverage under the drive. Over 450 places, including government hospitals, were used for holding the camp. Mobile units were also pressed into service to administer the drops to children at bus terminals and the railway station, and places of worship from morning. Later, the Chief Minister told newsmen that the territorial administration intensified its efforts to retain the record of Puducherry being polio-free. Territorial Health Minister Malladi Krishna Rao and officials of the Department of Health and Family Welfare were among those present during the pulse polio..
                 

Bank unions call two-day strike from Jan 31

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The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), which represents nine trade unions, has given a call for a two-day strike beginning January 31. It has also called strike a three-day strike from March 11, and if the demands are not met, the UFBU has threatened to go on an indefinite strike from April 1, 2020. So, the bank unions are planning basically to observe strike in three phases. According to the convener of UFBU, Sanjeev Kumar Bandlish, a letter in this regard has already been sent to the chairman of Indian Banks' Association, Secretary Department of Financial Services and Chief Labour Commissioner in the Ministry of Labour. Speaking to PTI, Bandlish said the decision to go on a strike was taken as our demands of wage revision settlement at 20 per cent on payslip, five-day banking, merger of special allowance with basic pay, scraping of new pensionscheme etc have been lying pending since long. He said that there are 12 demands sent to the government. The UFBU comprises unions like All ....
                 

If something's on statute book, you have to obey: Salman Khurshid on Sibal's CAA remark

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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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Those Saying 'We Won't Show Papers', Won't be Able to Show Their Faces: Dilip Ghosh Fires Fresh Salvo

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Woman trekker trampled to death by wild tusker

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HCL Tech expects strong demand across sectors in coming quarters

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IT services firm HCL Technologies is betting on strong demand across sectors, including manufacturing and retail, to continue its growth momentum in the coming quarters. The company, which posted 15.5 per cent rise in revenue in the December quarter, is also seeing strong growth in the European and US markets. "Our pipeline is very strong. And we're also pretty confident of the conversion rates. As we speak, we're looking large deals. So overall, I'm positive," HCL Technologies President and CEO C Vijayakumar told PTI. He added that sectors like manufacturing, retail and CPG (consumer packaged goods) look quite strong. "On financial services, we are a little bit cautious because European banks...there is still some decline in spends in some of our customers," he said, adding that Europe overall is performing well for the company. On the back of the strong growth, the company has narrowed its revenue growth outlook to 16.5-17 per cent for 2019-20 in constant currency terms from its .....
                 

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

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24-yr-old Dalit man set ablaze in Madhya Pradesh

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Niti Ayog member justifies internet ban in J&K

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NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat has said the shut down of internet services in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 did not have any significant impact on the economy, as people there did nothing other than watching "dirty films" online. He also said that internet services were suspended in Jammu and Kashmir to prevent certain elements from "misusing" information that could affect law and order situation there. Saraswat was speaking to reporters in Gandhinagar on Saturday after attending the convocation of the Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology. "What difference does it make if there's no internet there? What do you watch on internet there? What e-tailing is happening there? Besides watching dirty films, you do nothing there," he said. "If there is no internet in Kashmir, it does not have any significant effect on the economy," he added. Saraswat said the reason for suspending internet services in Jammu and Kashmir was ....
                 

Protests mark 30th year of Kashmiri Pandits' exodus from J-K

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Several Kashmiri Hindus on Sunday staged a protest here to mark the 30th year of their mass exodus following a genocidal campaign initiated by terrorists.The protesters, which comprised mainly Kashmiri Pandits, held several placards, which read -- 'Holocaust Day - 19.01.1990', and 'Kashmiri Pandits, Victims of Religious Cleansing Facing Apartheid.' They demanded justice for the victims and severe punishment for those responsible for the exodus.Advocate Ravinder Raina, president, All-State Kashmiri Pandit Conference (ASKPC), told ANI: "We have been observing this 'black day' since January 19, 1990, when we were driven away from our homes. My question to the government is why they have not taken up this issue seriously like revoking Article 370 and triple talaq. Why have they been silent for the last 30 years for us?"Dr TK Bhat, General Secretary, ASKPC, said: "The Islamic terrorists drove us away from our homes by pointing their guns at us, misbehaving with our women, and killing our ....
                 

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

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

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IT happens: Facebook sorry for Jinping's name gaffe, cites technical glitch

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States opposing CAA implementation is 'unconstitutional': Nirmala Sitharaman

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

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

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Pulse Polio Drive Today: Country Gears up for Immunization of Lakhs of Children

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Reliance outpaces industry in petrol, diesel sales from its outlets

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

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If CAA remains on statute book, there will be consequences if not obeyed: Salman Khurshid

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

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

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Mumbai Marathon: 64-year-old runner dies of heart attack

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A 64-year-old man died after suffering a heart attack while running in the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020 on Sunday morning, officials said. Gajendra Manjalkar, a resident of Nalasopara in neighbouring Palghar district who had been participating in the marathon for last four years, came to Mumbai to participate in the latest edition of the run on Sunday. He collapsed while running the marathon here, a police official said. He was later taken to Bombay Hospital in south Mumbai where doctors declared him brought dead, he said. Talking to PTI, Dr Gautam Bhansali, consultant physician at Bombay Hospital, said 10 to 12 people were brought to the hospital with various complaints, including dehydration. "Manjalkar was declared dead on arrival. He died due to a heart attack," Bhansali said. The body was sent to GT Hospital for a postmortem, he added. "An accidental death report has been registered at Marine Drive police station. Further probe is underway," Deputy Commissioner of .....
                 

CISF deployment on campus: Visva Bharati university may drop plan as cost runs high

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Austria amended law to grant citizenship to Jews: Ram Madhav

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

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UFC 246: McGregor Marks His Return With 40-Second Demolition Of Cerrone

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Udhampur gets its first 'child-friendly' police station

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Nobody gives NITI Aayog member the right to utter nonsense against us: KCCI on 'dirty films' remark

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The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) an apex trade body -- on Sunday condemned NITI Aayog member V K Saraswat's reported remarks that the Union Territory's economy was not significantly affected by the internet suspension and the data service was only used to watch "dirty films", and demanded his immediate removal. "We condemn these remarks. They are spreading venom against the people of Kashmir. Nobody gives him the right to speak like this about the people of Jammu and Kashmir and utter this nonsense against us," KCCI president Sheikh Ashiq told PTI. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the annual convocation at Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT) in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, on Saturday, Saraswat said, "What difference does it make if there's no internet there (Kashmir)? What do you watch on internet there? What e-tailing is happening there? Besides watching dirty films, you do nothing there." Ashiq said the whole world ...
                 

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

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Sibal has knowledge of the Constitution, but wait for SC verdict on CAA, says Tariq Anwar

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Although the statement issued by senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) must be constitutionally right, but one should wait for the Supreme Court verdict on the issue, said party leader Tariq Anwar on Sunday."Kapil Sibal is a learned lawyer and has good knowledge of the Constitution too. But this matter is currently sub-judice before the Supreme Court and it will arrive at a decision after looking at every angle," Anwar told ANI here.Anwar also spoke about the statements issued by the Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan, in which the latter had claimed that the States had no option but to follow the CAA once it was passed by the Parliament."Arif Mohammad Khan is a politician from the BJP and is also its sympathiser, therefore, much importance should not be attached to his statements," he said.Earlier today, Sibal had said that it will be problematic to oppose the new legislation if the Supreme Court declares it "constitutional".However, he .....
                 

Women continue protest against CAA, NRC in Lucknow

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Watch: Cricketer's One-Handed 'Superman' Catch Is The Stuff Of Dreams

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Uddhav Thackeray to hold meeting on Shirdi shutdown tomorrow

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is scheduled to hold a meeting on Monday to discuss the indefinite shutdown in Shirdi town over his alleged comments on Sai Baba's birthplace."Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will hold a meeting on Monday to discuss the controversy which is going on regarding the birthplace of Shri Sai Baba," Chief Minister Office (CMO) tweeted on Saturday.The 'bandh' has been called by locals upset with Thackeray's decision to allocate funds to develop Pathri town in Parbhani district for religious tourism, calling it the birthplace of Baba, who is a 19th-century spiritual figure.The Chief Minister had also taken a review meeting of the development plans in Parbhani district.Shirdi in Ahmednagar district and Pathri in Parbhani district are 281 kilometres apart. Shirdi temple is one of the most popular religious destinations in the country. Over a lakh devotees visit it every year.While the rest of the town remained shut, the temple remained open for darshan..
                 

3rd ODI Live: India Take On Australia In Series Decider In Bengaluru

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

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Q3 earnings, budget expectations to drive markets this week: Analysts

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

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

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

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'Used for Dirty Films': NITI Aayog Member Explains Why Internet Blockade in J&K Didn't Affect Economy

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

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

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

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Mumbai Marathon 2020: Rahul Bose, Milind Soman Among 55,000 Runners; Thackerays Present too

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

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Tea production will rise only when workers' quality of life betters: ITA

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Owaisi attacksMohan Bhagwat over reported remarks on two-

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Slamming RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat over his reported statement proposing a law making two-child norm mandatory in the country, AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi has alleged that the NDA government failed to even address the employment problem in the last five years. Addressing a rally in Nizamabad district, on Saturday, in the run up to the municipal polls in Telangana, the Hyderabad MP said, "RSS Mohan Bhagwat says to make two children policy. They (BJP government) failed to provide employment to anyone in last five-and-half-years. Now RSS people are talking of making two-child policy." Noting that 60 per cent of the country's population was aged below 40, he alleged that RSS and the Narendra Modi government at the Centre were not able to provide jobs to youths. "In 2018, 36 unemployed youth committed suicide every day. Shame on you.. And you talk of (law for) two children. You failed to prevent 36 children from committing suicide. I have more than two children while many ....
                 

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

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After Kerala, Punjab, now Maharashtra mulls resolution against CAA

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TMC Leader Sougata Roy Hails Kerala for Anti-CAA Resolution, Says ‘Bengal Still a Step Behind’

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

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Interim dividend issue may come up in next RBI's board meeting

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The issue of interim dividend may come up for discussion in the next Reserve Bank board meeting as the government struggles to meet its ambitious fiscal deficit target of 3.3 per cent amid revenue shortfall, sources said. Government finances have come under pressure due to moderation in revenue collection and a slew of measures taken to lift growth from over six-year-low of 4.5 per cent in the second quarter of the current fiscal. As per the government's estimate, the country's GDP growth is seen dipping to an 11-year low of 5 per cent in the current fiscal as compared to 6.8 per cent in 2018-19. There would be at least one board meeting of RBI before this fiscal comes to an end, the issue of interim dividend could be raised by government nominee directors in the meeting, sources said. However, the board meeting would be preceded by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman customary address to the central board of RBI to explain vision of the Budget to be presented on February 1. This .....
                 

Hindu minority targeted in Pak as teenaged girl kidnapped, forcibly converted to Islam

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