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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Meghalaya CM meets Rajnath Singh over bills regarding empowering tribals

Shillong: Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Sunday met union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and sought his intervention on the two bills passed by...

China supplies 73.5 metric tons of petrol to Nepal

Kathmandu: Nepal has received 73.5 metric tons of petrol in the first batch of Chinese delivery, a Nepali official said on Sunday. The first fuel...

Russian aircraft disintegrates in midair before crash over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

Cairo: The Russian aircraft disintegrated in midair before it crashed over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, state-run Ahram newspaper reported on Sunday. Ahram said an...

Watch: Madhya Pradesh minister caught on camera kicking teenager

The Madhya Pradesh minister Kusum Mehdele was caught on camera on Sunday kicking a 14-year-old boy after he allegedly begged her for some money.

Fourth phase of Bihar polls ends with 58 per cent vote

Additional Chief Electoral Officer R Lakshmanan said the fourth phase of Bihar polls passed off peacefully, including in Maoist strongholds.

Not responsible for Dadri lynching, growing intolerance: RSS

"There has been no truth to the allegations. It is a conspiracy to unnecessarily blame the Sangh for such incidents,"Bhaiyya Joshi of the RSS said.

Kejriwal to study legality of SIT on 1984 Sikh riots

Kejriwal accused the Bharaitya Janata Party-led central government of stalling his efforts to form an SIT.

Modi is worst victim of ideological intolerance, says Jaitley

Claiming that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been the ‘worst victim of ideological intolerance,’ Finance Minister Arun Jaitley alleged that the Congress, Left and...

‘Need a movement to ensure justice for Maithili language’

“One this is certain that unless people raise their voice in unison, nothing will fructify. We need a public movement for Maithili,” Mishra says.

Another Bangladeshi publisher gets death threat

The threat came a day into the synchronised attacks on Bangladeshi publishers of slain secularist writer-blogger Avijit Roy.

Australian city to taste Indian food

Tejas Patel, organiser of the Wyndham Food Truck Festival, said he wanted to hold the festival because there hadn't been anything like it in Wyndham before, the Melbourne Leader reported on Saturday.

Grand Alliance’s win will destroy Bihar, says PM Modi

"Jungle raj has got a new twin brother - jantar mantar. Don't let them come together or there will be nothing but destruction," PM Modi said.

Sania-Martina magic in WTA Finals

The championship is generally considered the fifth most prestigious event on the women's tour after the four Grand Slam tournaments.

1984 Sikh riot victims get compensation cheques

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Sunday initiated the process of disbursing compensation cheques to the victims of the 1984 Sikh riots. A total...

Halloween overshadowing “Tesu-Jhanjhi” An Indian Traditional Festival

New Delhi: Gone are the days, when urchins(group of young children) used to decorate their tesu-jhanjhi and roam around the neighbourhood humming songs and...

Kaziranga National Park opens for tourists

Guwahati: Assam Minister Atuwa Munda on Sunday opened the Kaziranga National Park for tourists for the 2015-16 season and lauded officials' efforts to keep a...

Blast in Balochistan kills four

Islamabad: At least four people were killed on Sunday when a blast rocked a rail track in Pakistan's Balochistan province when a train was passing...

Plight of Indian fishermen languishing in Sri Lankan, Pakistani jails

Sri Lanka is topping the chart as some 350 Indian fishermen have been arrested and 52 fishing trawlers seized by the Sri Lankan navy.

US condoles Russian plane crash

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has extended the "deepest condolences" to Russia over the plane crash of a Russian passenger plane in Egypt,...

IS involved in crash of a Russian plane

Cairo: The Islamic State terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the crash of a Russian plane on Saturday in Egypt's Sinai, which killed over 200...

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