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- Uddhav Thackeray: We'll not shy away from exposing state govt if it fails to execute loan waiver scheme properly
- Chairman R S Sharma: Trai to start consultation process on mobile apps seeking user data
- MP: Teachers staged a protest demanding for salary hike and regular payment of salary in Bhopal
- Mayawati: Volunteer meet will be on 18th of every month starting from Sep in 18 divisions
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- Govt extends deadline till Aug 16 for businesses to opt for composition scheme under the GST regime
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DU takes steps to ensure ragging-free campus
With the academic year about to begin, the Delhi University takes a slew of measures to ensure ragging-free and disciplined campus.
Millions throng Shiva temples in UP, Uttarakhand
Hindus consider the month holy and propitiate Lord Shiva. Devotees offered prayers at Neelkanth Mahadev in Uttarakhand, Kashi Vishwanath in Varanasi, Mankameshwar temples in Agra and Lucknow, and at various other better and lesser known temples.
Mirzapur: 21 admitted after consuming 'poisonous' tea at a tea stall
At least 21 people fell ill after consuming poisonous tea from a tea stall in Uttar Pradesh's Mirzapur district.
Mumbai: 3 labourers killed, 2 hurt as bakery's chimney collapses
Three labourers killed, two injured after the chimney of Aqsa bakery in Mumbai's Jogeshwari fell late last night.
Joseph Dunford says Syria has not used chemical weapons since April
Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph Dunford, on Sunday, said the Syrian Government forces have not used chemical weapons since April.
BJP continues to push Nitish over action against Tejashwi Yadav
BJP continued to put pressure on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over Tejashwi Yadav, and warned that they will not let the House function if an adequate response did not come from the RJD supremo.
Arun Jaitley: India was funded by invisible money for 70 years
Jaitley said that the latter had failed to keep a stringent check on political funding, and added that the political system should be more transparent.
Mithali Raj eyes to replicate Kapil Dev's Lord's glory
Riding high on confidence following their astounding victories over New Zealand and Australia, Indian eves will look to draw inspiration from the 1983 World Cup victory of Kapil Dev and his team and will aim to clinch their maiden ICC Women's World C
Imtiaz Ali: It was easy to work with SRK
You realised he is a big star only when you see the crowd around the sets. Otherwise, the way he carries himself and participates in a film, you don't get the feel that he is a star," Imtiaz said.
CBI arrests former PNB officers for bank fraud
The Central Bureau of Investigation of India (CBI) arrested three directors of a private company and two former officers of the Punjab National Bank (PNB) for bank fraud.
Your poor sleep may increase risk of Alzheimer's
According to researchers, treating conditions like sleep apnea and hypopnea ( shallow breathing) might lower the risk of dementia or at least slow its progression.