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Pranab shows he’s not a rubber-stamp Prez

Mr Pranab Mukherjee may have moved from the hurly-burly of active politics to becoming the country’s 13th President.

Consult parties afresh, EC told

Despite attorney-general G.E.

JD-U suspends 2 LS MPs for 6 yrs

The JD(U) on Wednesday suspended two Lok Sabha MPs, Jai Narayan Nishad and Purnmasi Ram, from the party for six years on charge of engaging in anti-party activities.

CBI likely to quiz Amit Shah again

The CBI is likely to question former Gujarat’s minister of state for home, Amit Shah, again in connection with the Tulsiram Prajapati encounter case.

HC asks UP to explain minority schemes

The Allahabad high court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to explain why only Muslim girls were being given benefits and financial aid under its minority welfare scheme “Hamari Beti, Uska Kal”.

Army, militants clash for 9 days along LoC

A clash between Indian Army and a “large number” of militants has been going on for the last nine days near the Line of Control.

Army to SC: Rajputs, Jats, Sikhs for post, no caste bias

The Indian Army has told the Supreme Court that only Hindu Rajputs, Hindu Jats and Jat Sikhs are recruited to the President’s bodyguard (PBG) due to “functional requirement” but there is no caste or r

Teacher gangraped in Assam, flaw in TET system surfaces

In what may called the direct fallout of the wrong policy of state education department, a newly recruited school teacher was gangraped by some miscreants in central Assam’s Darrang district while she

Director Partho Ghosh held for forgery, bailed

Bollywood director Partho Ghosh has been arrested on the charges of cheating and forgery after the Mumbai immigration office complained that he had helped a group of 18 people fly to Canada in 2012 us

Churchill wanted to gas Indian tribes?

Winston Churchill wanted chemical weapons to be used against “troublesome” tribes in North India during the British colonial rule to suppress them, a noted historian has claimed citing an official mem

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