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MARKET LIVE: Trends on SGX Nifty suggest a negative start for Sensex, Nifty

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Best of BS Opinion: Trump's India visit, unease of doing business, and more

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Dow Jones, S&P 500 tumble over 3% as coronavirus spread fans fears

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Balakot most significant Indian air action in four decades: IAF chief

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Sukhbir: If SAD comes to power, electricity bills to be cut by half

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Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: China Quarantines 94 on Seoul Flight; US Forces in S Korea Report 1st Case

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HC orders CBI probe into UP gangster’s killing inside jail

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HC dismisses retd SSP’s appeal challenging Justice Ranjit Singh panel recommendations

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Leave CAA to India… didn’t discuss Delhi violence with PM, says Trump

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Mumbai: 10 months on, incomplete FOB dogs commuters at Kurla

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A partially-shut foot overbridge (FOB) with a pending 10-12 metres of work at Kurla station has become a major cause of inconvenience for passengers during peak hours. The incomplete work has not only isolated the Harbour line but with no signage below, it is only after the commuters climb up, they realise the bridge being shut, making them take a detour to reach platform 7 and 8. The FOB was initially closed without any prior notice on April 2, 2019, disconnecting it from the Harbour line which prompted the then General Manager DK Sharma to personally intervene and directing the officials to put appropriate signage and also asking ticket checkers to guide passengers. But with almost a year passing by and with no signs of the work being completed, the commuter organisation has blasted the railways saying that they should call in the Army if Central Railway (CR) is helpless to complete the remaining work. While Mumbai's Divisional Railway Manager Shalabh Goel and General Manager Sunil M..
                 

US, India extend support for Afghan-led, Afghan-owned peace process

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India and the US on Tuesday extended their support for an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation process that results in a sovereign, democratic and inclusive Afghanistan.The support came in a joint statement issued after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump, who was on a two-day official visit to India."India and the United States share an interest in a united, sovereign, democratic, inclusive, stable and prosperous Afghanistan. They support an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation process that results in sustainable peace; cessation of violence; elimination of terrorist safe havens and preservation of the gains of the last 18 years," the joint statement said.US President Trump welcomed India's role in continuing to provide development and security assistance to help stabilize and provide connectivity in Afghanistan.The two leaders also noted the importance of women empowerment in the economy, in line with US' Women's ....
                 

India, US have begun to move towards FTA, says Union Minister Piyush Goyal

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Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal on Tuesday said that India is aiming to eliminate poverty in the next five years to ensure a good quality of life to every household of the country."India is poised to be amongst the top 3 economies of the world and our rightful place will be when we achieve for our people a USD 30,000-40,000 per capita income level. Five years from now, we want to make sure that poverty is completely eliminated from India and every home has a decent quality of life," said Goyal while speaking at the "US-India Forum: Partners for Growth" conference here."To reach the goal of USD 5 trillion economy, Prime Minister Modi has had extensive consultations with 80 ministries, the entire council of ministers and senior bureaucracy to bring in the interconnectivity between the different thought processes," he added.He also said that India is aiming for 24 hours-electricity, clean cooking gas, access to the internet by the year 2022."Our goal is that by 2022, every..
                 

India, US decide to elevate ties, be global strategic partners

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Dushyant Chautala: Will change law to ensure no bail to liquor smugglers for six months

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Office-of-profit row: Appointment of Shiv Sena leaders struck down

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In a big setback to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, the Maharashtra government has cancelled the appointment of Shiv Sena MLA Ravindra Waikar as chief coordinator in the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) and that of party MP Arvind Sawant as head of State Parliamentary Coordination Committee. The action follows mid-day's report on February 20, 'Two Uddhav Thackeray appointees in the office-of-profit soup.' There is a buzz within the Sena and Mantralaya corridors, that to avoid embarrassment for the ruling saffron party, the two Sena leaders were asked to furnish a letter claiming they do not want to take up the assignment. Arvind Sawant and Ravindra Waikar  In early February, Thackeray Sr had cleared the appointment of Waikar and Sawant for two key positions. On February 20, mid-day reported that the appointment cleared by the chief minister is likely to trigger an office-of-profit controversy. A chief minister usually appoints people from his/her own party (MPs or MLAs) to help with..
                 

NCP's Anil Bhosale, 3 others held for over Rs 71 cr bank fraud: Pune Police

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Properties of absconders Azam Khan and kin to be attached

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At Rajghat, a tribute to Bapu’s vision

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Protests in Ahmedabad after man ‘hangs himself’ inside police station

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‘Killer’ chemical in cough syrup: Udhampur parents got medicine from local chemist

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India-US pledge to deepen security cooperation through greater information sharing

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India and the United States on Tuesday pledged to deepen defence and security cooperation through greater maritime and space domain awareness and information sharing.The pledge came in a joint statement after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump here."Prime Minister Modi and President Trump pledged to deepen defence and security cooperation, especially through greater maritime and space domain awareness and information sharing; joint cooperation; exchange of military liaison personnel; advanced training and expanded exercises between all services and special forces; and partnership between their defence industries," the statement read.Noting that a strong and capable Indian military supports peace, stability in the Indo-Pacific, and reaffirming his pledge to support transfer to India of advanced US military technology, President Trump welcomed India's recent decision to procure MH-60R naval and AH-64E Apache helicopters.As per the statement: "As .....
                 

NSA Doval reviews security arrangements, visits violence-affected areas in North-East Delhi

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval late Tuesday night met with top police personnel at the office of Delhi Commissioner of Police North-East here, following which he visited areas affected by violence in the national capital, which has claimed 13 lives and left close to 200 people injured, over a period of three days.After the meeting at the DCP's office in Seelampur ended around midnight, Doval accompanied by senior police officials visited Seelampur, Jaffrabad, Maujpur and Gokulpuri Chowk to review the situation.Along with DCP North-East, senior police officers, including newly-appointed Special Commissioner of Delhi Police (Law and Order) SN Shrivastava, were present at the meeting with Doval.The NSA reviewed security arrangements, deployment of police personnel in North-East Delhi and discussed ways to restore normalcy in the region, sources said.Later, along with police officials, he visited all the regions affected by the violence and took stock of the current .....
                 

BJD leaders say party may support BJP’s Rajya Sabha candidate

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Coronavirus outbreak: Temasek to freeze salary, cut bonuses for a year

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Unnao rape convict Kuldeep Singh Sengar disqualified from UP House

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Public reaction to CAA 'expected', angst will grow if govt doesn't realise mistake: Amarinder Singh

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Donald Trump visit: In $3-billion defence deal, India to buy 30 armed choppers

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PM Modi trying to capture Ram temple: MP minister

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Ashok Gehlot seeks cap on court fee for civil defamation

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Army writes to Defence, Home ministries over combat dress of police, paramilitary

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'Salute to martyr families' campaign launched in Uttarakhand for War Memorial

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Swine flu hits Supreme Court: Five judges diagnosed with virus, CJI issues directions

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Delhi: Jafrabad protest cleared, NSA meets CP, visits violence-hit areas late night

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CAA didn't figure in Trump-Modi talks; religious harmony discussed in positive way: FS

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Brother of Hindu outfit leader found dead, cops suspect robbery

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Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Dossier

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A graceful exit Hema Malini looks resplendent as she leaves a Bandra five-star on Tuesday after the launch of a book. Pic /Shadab khan Interpretor of saree dreams The store display at Rimzim Dadu store This evening, Rimzim Dadu (inset) opens her first ever flagship store in New Delhi. She was 21 when she made her fashion debut in 2007, and still remembers being asked if she was old enough to participate at a fashion show. “I am slightly built, so everyone assumed I was not old enough,” she tells this diarist with a laugh. In Dadu’s case, talent definitely stands taller than her structure. The youngest designer to be chosen along with Abraham & Thakore, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Aneeth Arora and Kallol Datta as part of the Fabric of India exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum held between October 2015 and January 2016 is also a designer who’s been closely watched for her innovations in warp and weft. Dadu’s ex..
                 

In Joint Statement, Modi & Trump Ask Pak to Ensure Its Territory is Not Used to Launch Terror Attacks

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Delhi violence LIVE updates: Death toll reaches 13, SC hearing today

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Bihar first NDA state to say no to NRC, new NPR format

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Haryana to appoint 447 regular, 342 ad-hoc doctors next month

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Can Playing 'Cat-Friendly' Classical Music Playlists Make Your Cat Calmer?

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Internet services to remain suspended in Aligarh till Feb 26 midnight: District Manager

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Internet services will remain suspended in Aligarh till midnight on Wednesday following recent clashes between police and anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protestors, authorities said."The internet service in Aligarh will remain suspended till midnight of February 26," Manoj Rajput, District Manager, told ANI on Tuesday.On Sunday, people protesting against the CAA pelted stones at the police following which security personnel fired tear gas shells, said District Magistrate (DM), Chandrabhushan Singh."Protestors pelted stones at police vehicles so the police had to resort to teargas to disperse them," Singh told ANI here.PV Ramasastry, ADG Law and Order said that the stone pelting started after a rumour that the police were arresting protesters.Following the clash between police and protestors, internet services were suspended in the city...
                 

MHA panel submits report to CM Sarbananda Sonowal

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Malegaon blast case: No effective progress in trial, Bombay HC directs NIA to explain delay

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Delhi HC pulls up DGCA over flying ban on Kunal Kamra

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Harsh Vardhan, Manoj Tiwari visit Delhi violence injured at GTB Hospital

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Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and BJP MP Manoj Tiwari on Tuesday visited Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital here to review the condition of people injured in violence in parts of North-East Delhi.Speaking to media, Vardhan informed that 81 people were admitted to the hospital on Monday and 69 on Tuesday. While a few of them have been discharged after treatment, others are being treated for their injuries."On Monday, 81 patients arrived here and 69 on Tuesday. 13 deaths have occurred. Doctors told either they have been brought dead or in a critical condition. 30 to 40 per cent have gone back after receiving treatment."I visited different departments as people have suffered injuries in different parts of the body. Some have them on the chest while some on the abdomen. You can say their condition is critical but doctors are trying their best. Preliminary treatments have been done. Some patients also underwent operations," Vardhan said.Terming it an "unfortunate incident", Vardhan said..
                 

Brinda Karat blames BJP's Kapil Mishra for Delhi violence, demands his arrest

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CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat on Tuesday wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, blaming BJP leader Kapil Mishra for the violence in northeast Delhi and demanded his arrest as he had made an "open call to forcibly remove protesters" from various sites.In a letter to Shah, Karat condemned those responsible for the death of the police constable and for the violence in Delhi. She also sought an appointment to meet the Home Minister."The tragic death of a police constable and the death of six citizens in the shocking incidents of violence in the capital are of deep concern. We strongly condemn those responsible for the death of the police constable and for the violence in Delhi. The Delhi police and related agencies are under the control of your ministry and therefore, we are addressing this letter to you," Karat wrote to Shah.She said the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), led mainly by women, have been peaceful for the last two months and there were no instances of .....
                 

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AAP’s Mann came to Vidhan Sabha drunk, claims Cong

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Mystique that lives on still

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Ask Mummy' was her nickname among the film press, primarily because that would be her answer to most questions directed at her during interviews. Mildly ironic that 'Mai' (for mother) became her popular sobriquet in the film industry that she practically ruled as the first (and perhaps the only proper) 'pan-Indian star', with 300 films, in five languages, over 50 years! It's only befitting that the national movie hero's epithet went to a self-learnt song-and-dance sensation. For that's what has traditionally united India through its cinema culture — regardless of the region. Just her résumé would be hard to fit into text, having worked "six shifts a day" for years on end. How does one even sit down to write about such a prolific career, let alone build a believable portrait, given the mystique around the painfully elusive Sridevi — who continued to confound fans, with mysteries surrounding her sudden death as well? Writer Satyarth Nayak has indeed attempted a..
                 

Shiv Sena might be wearing bangles, not us: Fadnavis slams Shiv Sena over Waris Pathan's remark

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Targetting Shiv Sena's silence over the recent controversial remark by AIMIM leader Waris Pathan, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday said the Uddhav Thackeray-led party might be "wearing bangles" but the BJP was not and knew how to retaliate in the same manner."Shiv Sena might be wearing bangles but we are not. If someone says something then he will be given an answer in the same way. BJP has this much power," said Fadnavis while launching a scathing attack on ruling-Shiv Sena in Maharashtra for not taking strict action against Pathan.Fadnavis was addressing protestors at Azad Maidan where BJP launched a protest against Maharashtra government over issues related to farmers and women.On February 20, while addressing an anti-CAA rally, at Kalaburagi in Karnataka, Pathan had said, "time has now come for us to unite and achieve freedom. Remember we are 15 crore but can dominate over 100 crores.""They tell us that we have kept our women in the front - only the ....
                 

No clarity on Wuhan evacuation yet

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Akalis question shutting of 1,500 sewa kendras

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Ahead of Rajya Sabha polls, lobbying within Congress for tickets

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Northeast Delhi turns into a war zone: Toll mounts to 13, over 200 injured

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Rise above politics to restore order: Amit Shah

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Waive passport, reduce $20 fee for Kartarpur Sahib pilgrims: House resolution

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FTA talks set to be fast-tracked, expect larger trade deal soon: Piyush Goyal

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New-age sat Gisat-1 that can constantly watch India to be launched on March 5

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India, US finalise defence deals worth $3 billion

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Delhi violence: Editors Guild asks cops, Home Ministry to ensure media is not attacked

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Delhi violence: I&B ministry cautions channels against content inciting violence

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Under scanner for 11 deaths, 3,400 bottles of cough syrup sold

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Divided in violence, united in grief: Families of dead say hate is to blame

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Protesting arhtiyas get 4 more days to meet PFMS condition and claim commission

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Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Death Toll Rises to 18; Board Exams Postponed in Affected Areas

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Market Ahead, February 26: All you need to know before the Opening Bell

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Robert Iger to step down as Walt Disney chief executive officer today

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2 hurt in Pak shelling along LoC

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