Tangled lines that calm

Apart from increasing focus and concentration, Zentangle can also be lots of fun

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Virbhadra Singh, wife get bail in wealth case

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, his wife Pratibha Singh and others were granted bail by a Delhi court on Monday in a disproportiate assets case. Additional Sessions Judge Virender Kum...

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Removal of mobile towers within 500m of jail premises: SC stays Rajasthan govt. order

The stay came on a plea by the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI).

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1993 Mumbai blasts final verdict on June 16

A special designated Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Protection) Act (TADA) court, presided by Justice G.A. Sanap, on Monday said it would give the final judgment involving seven persons for thei...

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Man’s body found in forest

An unidentified man’s body was found in Patharamagolla forest area in Bangarpet taluk on Monday. The body was found hanging from a tree in the forest, Kamasamudra police said. It was in a decomposed c...

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Support for Kolar bandh call on BEML issue

Various organisations have extended support to the proposed Kolar district bandh on May 30. The Centre of Indian Trade Unions and Bharat Earth Movers Ltd. Employees’ Association (BEMEA) have given th...

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No one from my family could influence FIPB, says Chidambaram

Chidambaram said in the past two weeks, leaks and insinuations had been deliberately fed to a section of the media.

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SC grants Bihar liquor cos two more months to get rid of stock

The Bench reasoned that the companies are only seeking time to sell the liquor outside the State.

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SC backs victim's parents' protection plea in road rage case involving Manipur CM's son

Ajay Meetai, son of Chief Minister N. Biren Singh, was awarded a five-year jail term for firing and killing Roger in March 2011

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'Bring down rhetoric', Delhi HC tells Arnab Goswami, Republic TV

The court issues notice to them acting on Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s defamation plea.

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Public slaughtering of bull: Youth Congress suspends 3 Kannur leaders

Kannur city police also register a case against them

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A foray into Walled City: A look at Delhi metro ‘Heritage Line’ in pictures

The ITO-Kashmere Gate ‘Heritage Line’ of the Delhi Metro is now open for public. With four new stations, residents of the densely-populated area will now have direct access to commercial centres such ...

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Cyclonic storm ‘Mora’ may trigger rain in Odisha

The system is likely to intensify further into a severe cyclonic storm in the next 12 hours and move north-northeastward to cross the Bangladesh coast around Tuesday forenoon.

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Vijay Goel: no bilateral cricket with Pak till cross-border terror does not stop

“We have, however, no say on multilateral events [ICC tournaments],” the Sports Minister says.

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Navy Seal parachutist falls to death over Hudson River

Chute of the Leap Frogs member failed to open during a Fleet Week demonstration.

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Modi embarks on a four-nation tour

This is the second international tour of the Prime Minister this year.

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MI5 was alerted to Abedi’s extremist views at least three times

MI5 is to hold an inquiry into how it dealt with public warnings that the Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi posed a potential threat.

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Putin set to visit France in hope of mending strained ties

On a trip that will likely shape Russia—France ties for years to come, President Vladimir Putin is set to visit France for talks with newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron after expressing s...

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British Airways IT crash: Passengers face third day of disruption

British Airways (BA) passengers are facing a third day of disruption at Heathrow after an IT glitch blamed on outsourcing to India that grounded scores of planes, leaving thousands of travellers stra...

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UK police arrest 16th person in connection with Manchester attack

British police said on Monday they had arrested a 16th person in connection with the Manchester suicide bombing last week.The 23-year-old man was arrested in Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex, “on suspicion on ...

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Death toll from Sri Lanka’s floods rises to 166

The depression has intensified into Cyclone Mora and is travelling towards Bangladesh

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Shark leaps into boat and lands on Australian fisherman

A 73-year-old Australian fisherman says he caught a far bigger fish than he hoped for when a 2.7-metre (9-foot) great white shark leapt into his boat, knocking him off his feet. Terry Selwood said on ...

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ICSE and ISC results 2017: southern region shines

The ICSE and ISC 2017 examination results are simultaneously released for Class 10 and Class 12

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Philippine forces make gains in southern city under siege

Philippine forces now control most of a southern city where militants linked to the Islamic State group launched a bloody siege nearly a week ago, authorities said on Monday. Only small areas of Mara...

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Fake Media prevent Americans from hearing real story: Trump

US President Donald Trump has alleged that the “fake media” does not want him to use the social media to prevent Americans from hearing the real story.In a series of tweets, the President said he bel...

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Stories to look out for today

1 held as sexual abuse video goes viral in U.P.The Uttar Pradesh police on Sunday arrested one person and booked 13 others in connection with a video shot in Rampur that shows a group of men sexually ...

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Merkel says Europe can’t ‘completely’ rely on U.S.

German Chancellor says she goes by her experience at international summits featuring Donald Trump.

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Abandoned bag leads to search operation in Pathankot

Last year, four terrorists attacked the Pathankot Air Base on the intervening night of January 1 and 2, killing seven security personnel.

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Stampede at soccer stadium kills 4 fans, foetus in Honduras

As soccer fans forced their way inside after police fired tear gas.

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Closed IMFL outlets become business houses

There has been a scramble among traders to start venture

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Storm water drain being set up

The Highways Department has taken up a work on providing storm water drainage facility at K.K. Nagar, one of the major residential areas in the city. As the work involves dredging the earth to a depth...

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N.Korea fires short-range ballistic missile off western Japan

The North’s nuclear and missile programs are perhaps the biggest foreign policy challenges to the new leaders in Washington and Seoul.

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18 injured in jallikattu

A total of 18 persons were injured in a jallikattu held at Veeruchinnampatti village in Sanarpatti union, near here, on Sunday. Two grievously injured tamers were referred to Madurai GRH for treatment...

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No water release fromPeriyar dam on June 1

Storage level in reservoir inadequate, say PWD officials

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Phase 2 of kudimaramathu begins in Madurai

The second phase of kudimaramathu, which aims at carrying out desilting and other maintenance activities in tanks with public participation, was inaugurated in Karisalkulam tank in Sivarakkottai near ...

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CBSE Plus Two pass percentage goes up in Madurai district

Bucking the national trend of a marginal decrease in pass percentage, the overall pass percentage of CBSE Plus Two students in Madurai district went up from 97.42 % in 2016 to 99.08 % in 2017 as per r...

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Villagers find pond water on rock bed pure and better

Realise it is their duty to protect pond, instead of waiting for help from government

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Man arrested on rape charge

A 49-year-old man was arrested by the Madukkarai police for allegedly raping a nine-year-old girl from Thoppampalayam. According to police, the accused, a relative of the girl, allegedly raped her whe...

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Customised paediatric ambulance launched

To benefit 40 villages and 15,000 children in Coimbatore annually

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OPS leaves city after treatment

Former Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam left the city on Sunday, after a few days of Ayurveda treatment at the Arya Vaidya Pharmacy here. Sources said Mr. Panneerselvam got admitted at the AVP at Raman...

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Bank officers’ support to slain jawan’s family

The Canara Bank Officers Association handed over a Demand Draft for ₹ 1 lakh to the family of the slain CRPF jawan N. Thirumurugan. According to association president J. Vanangamudi, the association h...

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Keep your daughters inside the houses under strict vigil: Azam Khan

Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan on Sunday advised the women in Uttar Pradesh to stay indoors as they aren’t safe under BJP rule in the State. The statement was made in connection with a video shot i...

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Altercation between bus crew and individual disrupts traffic

Tension prevailed at Saibaba Kovil bus stop on Mettupalayam road on Sunday following an altercation between crew of a TNSTC bus and an individual. Traffic through one side of Mettupalayam Road was dis...

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Minister tells Collector to form committee for land acquisition

It will have representation from land owners to address their grievances

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Sewage flowing through airport troubles residents

On the southern side of Coimbatore International Airport, a stretch of the compound wall rests on iron grills. The grills are to allow the flow of water through a natural drain that enters the airport...

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Good show by CBSE schools in district

Schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education in the district put up an impressive show when the results of the plus two exams were announced on Sunday. Devagiri Public School, Veda V...

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Kerala mural art gets a Bihari touch

Koothuparamba temple paintings turn a journalist into an artist

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Cusat fires professor

Revokes suspension of faculty member

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Health campaign launched

The district administration on Sunday launched a campaign to keep diseases at bay, with the slogan Malinyam Akattam Rogangalum (Keep waste away and diseases too). The campaign organised by the distric...

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Batpady beach remains undeveloped due to apathy

The area has become a dumping ground for garbage and debris

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Right on top, fighting against all odds

Ajay tops the differently abled category in CBSE Class 12 examination

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Efforts on to float table tennis academy

Siddhartha Mahila Kalasala ideal for setting up the academy, says APTTA secretary

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‘Self-regulation need of the hour for social media’

Rulers are intolerant of new media, says CPI(M) leader

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Strive to realise the dream of NTR, Naidu tells party men

Bronze statue of party founder unveiled at Telugu Desam office

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Healthy gesture by Telugu Desam activists

Blood donation camp held to mark NTR birth anniversary

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Gyms go innovative to tone up customers

New patterns and outdoor workout sessions being introduced

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VS in hospital

Marked deterioration in his condition on Sunday: personal physician

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ATM theft: inter-State racket suspected

₹10.18 lakh stolen from SBI ATM

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CBSE exams: good show by city schools

Most schools in capital post cent percent pass

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Plea in HC over safety of Antriksh Bhawan

The Delhi High Court has sought the response of civic bodies, the fire department and an association of flat owners and occupants of the Antriksh Bhawan, where two fires broke out this month, on a ple...

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Kapil Mishra won’t be expelled, says AAP

‘Want to avoid him joining new party’

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Metro makes foray into Old Delhi

Heritage Line flagged off by Kejriwal, Naidu; expected to increase ridership by 90,000 commuters

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Mother of missing kids on dharna loses another child

Girl allegedly kidnapped from Jantar Mantar on May 26; woman claims two other children were also abducted in 2012

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Burari murders: accused surrenders

Autopsy finds bullet in victim’s head

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Man objects to youth peeing on road, beaten to death in Delhi

Attack caught on CCTV camera, accused may be from DU

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2-year-old killed as auto rams DTC bus

A two-year-old girl was killed, while three of her family members were injured, when the auto they were travelling in allegedly hit a DTC bus in south Delhi’s Sheikh Sarai on Sunday.The incident happe...

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Bengal leather industry calls Centre’s cattle sale ban ‘illegal’

Representatives say ‘live cattle’ is State subject; threaten to take legal recourse

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Govt schools outdo private ones second time in a row

Deputy CM says toppers from all streams will be felicitated

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Stick to your NCERT books, say achievers

The Capital’s high-scorers are examples of how one doesn’t need to spend hours pouring over books to score good grades in Class XII. Ojaswi Malik and Shagun Goel, students of Delhi Public School (R.K....

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Teachers welcome high scores in Arts

Students do well in English, History

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Scorecard of all-India topper: 100, 100, 100, 99 & 99

A pianist, blogger and reader bitten by the travel bug, Raksha Gopal has eyes on DU’s top-tier colleges

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Learning disabilities fail to stop Gurugram trio from scoring high

It was their never-say-die spirit that helped three Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok, students with learning disabilities clear the CBSE Board exams with great scores.The trio is now confident of maki...

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Revise syllabus every five years: Maharashtra CM

Mumbai: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said the academic syllabus should be revised every five years to bring it in line with industry requirements. “In general, the city’s planning should...

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Bengaluru boy Parmeet beats odds to score high

Despite missing two months of school after an open heart surgery, he scored 95% in class 12 board exams

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BJP sees red as Kripashankar shows Rita Bahuguna around town

Former Congress MLA accompanies BJP leader and U.P. cabinet minister on her visits in Mumbai

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Probe Naresh’s murder, Swathi’s ‘suicide’: CPI

The Telangana State Council of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has demanded that the government order a comprehensive inquiry into the murder of A. Naresh as well as that of ‘suicide’ by Swathi in ...

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Top facility for UAV testing opens in Karnataka

New range holds the key to defence preparedness: Jaitley

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Blast: Death toll rises to three

The death toll in the blast believed to have been triggered by leaking LPG in an outhouse of an apartment complex in Marathahalli on May 24 rose to three as Karan, 38, a security guard, and his daught...

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Subramanian Swamy hopeful of Ram temple construction soon

‘Some people are against finding out-of- the-court solution’

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In a first, farmers to go on strike

Farming sector’s demands include loan waiver and MSP guarantee

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Mandya child care home authorities to depose before CWC today

A 14-month-old trafficked infant died in the home on Saturday

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Class XII student fails 2 subjects, ends life

Mumbai: Prithvi Sachin Wavhal, 18, a student of Ryan International School, Sanpada committed suicide at his residence on Sunday after coming to know that he had failed two papers in his Class XII CBSE...

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Policy on electoral bonds soon: Jaitley

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said his department will soon come out with a detailed policy on electoral bonds, a scheme announced in the 2017–18 budget. The scheme is billed as a tool to br...

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Segregation of waste prime agenda for BBMP this Ramzan

Shopkeepers and those manning food stalls asked to install two bins

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Green Chamundi Abhiyana launched

‘This is the first ever attempt to green Chamundi Hills through the concept of seed ball culture’

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Prepared for Zika virus, says govt.

Mumbai: Following the WHO confirmation of three cases of Zika virus infection in Ahmedabad, the State government has asked all public sector hospitals and the Indian Medical Association (IMA) to be al...

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Two men who went to clean sump asphyxiated

Two employees of a private company were asphyxiated while cleaning a sump at an industrial unit at Harohalli on the outskirts of the city on Sunday.Umesh, 28, and Dilip, 27, were working for the compa...

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Zika virus: Karnataka steps up surveillance

In the wake of three confirmed cases of Zika reported from Ahmedabad, the Health Department is stepping up surveillance to check its spread in Karnataka. The Zika virus is transmitted through the bite...

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Kumaraswamy criticises BSY for ‘misleading people’

Janata Dal (Secular) State president and the former Chief Minister, H.D. Kumaraswamy, has criticised BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa for “misleading people” by often raising the issue of crop loa...

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CBSE results: Fall in pass percentage this year

Mumbai: The overall pass percentage registered a dip in the results to the Class XII exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class released on Sunday. Though more students ap...

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Dog show in Hassan evokes good response

A dog show organised by the Hassan Veterinary College in the association with the Hassan Kennel Club here on Sunday evoked a good response. More than 50 people participated in the show with their pets...

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Residents demand train stop at Hirisave station

They want a halt for Yeshwantpur-Hassan Intercity Fast Express

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Heavy pre-monsoon rain brings relief to south interior Karnataka

It has been uniform, widespread in most taluks where precipitation has been in excess of 100% for May

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Centre’s initiative to help KSEB upgrade its services

Consumers can shift channels during power failures

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Rahul condemns public cattle slaughter by Youth Cong. members in Kerala

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has condemned the butchering of a domestic ox in public, allegedly by some Youth Congress members, in Kerala to protest against the government’s move to ban sale o...

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Total electrification: power supply streamlined in remote areas

44,740 new connections provided under the KSEB’s ambitious project

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Gym coach kills self

A gym trainer hung himself to death at his residence in Alwal on Saturday. The deceased person, identified as Praveen, 33, is survived by his wife. According to the Alwal police, Praveen locked his wi...

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Modi, Javadekar greet students

Minister lauds passion of toppers

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Man killed in road accident

A man died on Sunday after he came under the wheels of a heavy vehicle. The deceased, Yadagiri, 37, who works as a watchman, was going to ECIL from Rampally crossroads on a motorcycle. A readymix lorr...

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GHMC books two for illegal slaughter

Penalty of ₹3,000 imposed

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Jellacheruvu villagers resist land survey

For acquisition of land to widen Khammam-Suraypet highway

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‘Amana’ records Kerala’s violent past

T. Murali’s paintings showcase the visual history of injustice

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Rededicating farmers to farming

Ibrahimpur village authorities building cattle sheds at farms

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IISc. to conduct study on the quest to find solutions to Bengaluru’s traffic woes

How will a traffic-choked road in Koramangala be impacted, if cars were restricted in some areas? As Bengaluru’s traffic management crumbles from increasing pressure caused by an explosive growth in t...

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Interdisciplinary knowledge is becoming vital: Karisiddappa

Around 900 students and parents attended the The Hindu EDGE Career Counselling 2017 on Sunday

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DGCA to get powers to impose penalties

The proposal will enable the regulator take enforcement actions against erring entities

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Heaviest rocket awaits launch from Sriharikota

GSLV Mk- III s capable of placing up to a 8 tonne station in a low Earth orbit, enough to carry India’s crew module.

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1 held, 13 booked in U.P. after sexual abuse video goes viral

Some youths are seen in a video harassing and physically abusing two women. The victims are seen pleading with the men to let them go.

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No report yet on cause of Nov. last train derailment near Kanpur

On November 20, 2016, 14 coaches of the Patna-bound train derailed between Pokhrayan and Malasa stations in Uttar Pradesh, killing152 passengers and injuring 183.

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Celebrating Dada Saheb Phalke awardee

Eminent film director K. Viswanath felicitated for receiving the award

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City students excel in CBSE exams

City students from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools performed extremely well by scoring high. The results were declared early on Sunday.Hyderabad Public School (HPS), Ramanthapu...

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Slew of activities mark Cycle Day at Cubbon Park

On a pleasant Sunday morning, with a gentle drizzle dousing the green environs of Cubbon Park, scores of people turned up to participate in the Cycle Day organised by The Hindu.The programme, organise...

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Hotels to down shutters on May 30 against new GST

Owners demand their inclusion in the 5% tax slab; about 40 lakh employees dependent on hotel industry to be hit

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A small gesture of appreciation

Indian women’s cricket captain Mithali Raj felicitated

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Lake frothing goes from bad to worse

With rains lashing Bengaluru, inflow into lakes has increased leading to more volumes of froth

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‘Time to dispel myths about menstruation’

Call to educate people about hygiene

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Paper shortage delays printing of textbooks

Department of Public Instruction to distribute them in two phases

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Formation Day a low-key affair in schools

Owing to summer vacation, the event to be celebrated only by teachers

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Vadapalani temple seeks volunteers

A pilot project to create a database of people who could help the temple

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Corridors of Power

Who ‘killed’ the cattle and fish?The death of a couple of cows after they drank water from Gurupura (Phalguni) river and dead fish in the river earlier this month made the Mangaluru administration sit...

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100th show of Kasethan Kadavulada next month

This improved version is a clinical remix and will appeal to everyone, says actor Y. Gee. Mahendra

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Parents step into the shoes of their children

Go back to school to learn the art of parenting

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Carrying heavy bags can prove heavy

It increases the risk of sideways curvature of spine

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Vedanthangal sanctuary to be closed from June 1

Thousands of migratory birds have left as the four lakes in the area are almost dry due to drought

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From a team of students, a device to keep children safe

A team of students of the Bantakal-based Sri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management has developed a child-tracking module or system, which frequently monitors the movement of children ...

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Corporation survey soon on Chennai’s homeless, transgenders

A report on their conditions and needs will be compiled

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Reining in staff will be tough: faculty

The Syndicate of the University of Madras might see a former colleague P. Duraisamy presiding over its meeting as the Vice-Chancellor on Monday. Becoming a V-C of the same university would help him se...

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Will restore academic excellence: Duraisamy

New Vice-Chancellor takes charge at Madras University

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A topper focussed on her future

For M.V.Darshana, a hand-held magnifying lens was her constant companion, as she ploughed through the CBSE Commerce syllabus. And early mornings were her ideal study hour, not out of choice, but out o...

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‘Follow your dream, not that of your parents’

Speakers at The Hindu-Edge Career Counselling 2017, held in the city on Sunday, encouraged students to pursue a career of their interest without succumbing to parental or peer pressure.Krishnaprasad R...

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Packaged water unit suspend operations

Drinking water crisis of a different kind in the city

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CBSE Class XII results: Chennai region comes second

Students from Commerce stream are the toppers in most schools

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Modi in Berlin today, says ‘new chapter’ in ties

PM’s six-day tour to Germany, Spain, Russia and France assumes added significance as all are members of the Nuclear Suppliers Group

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Let there be more light, says palace board

Here’s some good news for tourists. The iconic Mysuru palace will now be illuminated on weekdays too. This means tourists need not have to wait for the weekend to catch the grand spectacle of the impo...

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Volunteers give fresh lease of life to step tank

The step tank (kalyani) at Chikkakere in K.R. Pet was lying neglected till recently, even though it had been providing water to a nearby temple for over seven decades. But it is now being rejuvenated ...

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CCB team seizes 14 kg of cannabis

Central Crime Branch sleuths arrested two persons for the alleged illegal possession of 14 kg of cannabis.According to a press release, on a tip-off, the CCB sleuths on Saturday evening stopped a car,...

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NWKRTC launches bus services to school and back

College and school students may no longer have to travel every day in crammed autorickshaws and creaky vans. The North West Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (NWKRTC) has launched a ‘to school and ...

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Endosulfan victims defer strike plan

Following assurances from two legislators and Deputy Commissioner K.G. Jagadeesha, endosulfan victims and their family members on Sunday deferred their plan to continue with an indefinite hunger strik...

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Rural development institute turns into an animal farm

Visitors to the Abdul Nazir Sab State Institute of Rural Development (ANSSIRD) in Mysuru are now being greeted by a quintessentially rural sight — a pair of bullocks and a cart parked underneath a tre...

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Delayed results to hit admissions?

The CBSE results may have come too late for many students since several degree colleges have already filled their seats. Though CBSE and ICSE results come after PUC results every year, the gap this ye...

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Death of macaques kept under wraps

Even researchers working on their conservation unaware that they were poisoned to death

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Curbs on cattle trade anti-farmer: Manju

Cabinet to decide on next course of action

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Century-old bookstore in the Nilgiris shuts shop

A fallout of the building changing hands

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Panel recommends terms for TNPL project

874.46 acres of land has been; project to cost ₹2,100 crore

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These all-rounders strike a balance between activities and academics

With interests ranging from sports to theatre, CBSE toppers refuse to be categorised as 'bookworms'

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PIL seeks action against fake nursing colleges

Petitioner says many of them did not have infrastructure

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Safety audit of school buildings in city

Armed with a directive of the State government not to permit schools that have failed to obtain fitness certificates to function, the education standing committee of the Kochi Corporation is looking i...

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‘Merger only if OPS is made CM’

Semmalai takes issue with Edappadi over his achievements

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BJP meet: No discussion on internal feud

The meeting of the State BJP core committee on Sunday, the first after an open feud broke out between B.S. Yeddyurappa and K.S. Eshwarappa, confined itself to discussing the party’s outreach programme...

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Bringing fun back on the road

City road turns playground of sorts as IOC event draws hundreds of enthusiastic participants

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Signal hoisted for deep depression

Low pressure forecast in Bay of Bengal

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CM inaugurates desilting scheme at Mettur dam

Says it would be extended to other dams across the State in due course

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Anbumani questions VC appointments

Paatali Makkal Katchi’s Anbumani Ramadoss has questioned the appointment of Vice-Chancellors for the Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU) and the University of Madras. He questioned why Mr. Chelladurai, a...

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PU students say they are at a disadvantage

With the CBSE announcing the class 12 results on Sunday after moderating marks, pre-university students from Karnataka say they have been put at a disadvantage.Karnataka was among the first few States...

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FIR registered against Natham Viswanathan

Realtor alleges threat by his associate

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Expose NDA’s failures, Congress workers told

Senior party leaders pay tribute to Indira Gandhi

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DMK to showcase its stalwart’s achievements

Sitaram Yechury to fete DMK leader at celebration of his 60-year legislative stint, but Left says ‘new alliance’ may not happen

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Karnataka students excel in CBSE class 12 results

After much uncertainty over results, the class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results announced on Sunday brought cheer to most students. The pass percentage of Chennai region, that in...

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Over 1.89 lakh to take Jipmer test

200 MBBS seats on offer; candidates advised to take English paper seriously to get a good rank

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Visually challenged teachers to get ICT training

IT@School Project will empower them in classroom teaching

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Telugu University to be renamed after Suravaram

Process in two-three months, says Nayini

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District Collector joins conservation effort

Every Saturday, Tiruvannamalai Collector chips in

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BJP to consult TRS on Presidential election

Takes exception to the TRS claim of winning 111 seats in 2019 Assembly elections

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Uttam challenges KCR to go for Assembly elections

Survey meant to divert people’s attention, says PCC chief

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Trains to nowhere

Our commuters need a better deal. And though there are a number of projects in various stages of planning and execution, many of them are a plain waste of money

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Reduction in contributory PF by employers dropped

CBT decision final, no need to consult Centre: Dattatreya

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Thiruvananthapuram tops CBSE Class 12 exam

Registers pass percentage of 95.62

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Cattle row: CPI(M) mulls legal steps

Possibility of legislation will be explored, says Kodiyeri

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CM calls on Governor

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao called on Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan at the Raj Bhavan on Sunday evening, the second in last four days. The one-on-one meeting lasting nearly two hours was mainly m...

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After rain in TN-AP, Palar comes alive

The check dam at Pullur in Andhra Pradesh is overflowing

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Criticism of govt, a corrective step: CPI

Will do nothing to tarnish LDF’s image, says Reddy

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Seven Maoist supporters arrested

Nagpur: The Chhattisgarh police arrested seven alleged Maoist supporters from Narayanpur district in south Chhattisgarh on Sunday.“There was an exchange of fire between the Maoists and the police last...

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‘Vidarbha development got a push under Modi govt.’

Gadkari commits to bringing more projects to the region

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Latur chopper crash: scribe booked for ‘slanderous’ story

Report on mishap in Marathi daily had claimed police were ‘slow’ and ‘cowardly’

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Strengthen party at panchayat level, Naveen tells BJD workers

Be tech-savvy and active on social media, volunteers told

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Pianist, blogger & now a topper

Raksha Gopal says she never took tuitions and enjoys writing

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Dip in pass percentage in CBSE Class 12 exams

From 83.05% in 2016, it fell to 82.02% this year; 63,247 students score above 90% and 10,091 get 95%

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Strategic ties with foreign OEMs

Indian firms will be partners in new model for defence manufacturing

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U.K. schoolgirl accuses teacher of ‘war crime’

Says collective punishment is unfair

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Bringing a river back to life

Three Kerala Ministers to spearhead rejuvenation campaign of the Varattar

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Applications invited for arts, science colleges

The Centralised Admission Procedures for Art and Science Courses (CAPASC) has set in motion the admission process for undergraduate degree courses for the academic year 2017-18 and issued a notificati...

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Cultural weekends entertain visitors

Classical dance and music festivals to be a regular feature from now on

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It has been a fascinating journey, says Bedi

She completes a year as Lieutenant Governor today

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Kiran Bedi vows to crack down on extortionists

Advises industrialists to approach the police; promises measures for grievance redressal

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Three days after Sri Lanka floods, affected communities await help

Marooned residents of Veyangalla in Kalutara district are getting by because of an emergency boat service that is operated mostly by locals

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Donald Trump looking to overhaul White House team

He is frustrated by its inability to contain burgeoning crises

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‘RAF crew scribble a message for IS on bomb’

Armourers in the U.K.’s Royal Air Force scrawled the message “love from Manchester” on a bomb meant for air strikes against the Islamic State terror group following the concert attack, according to a ...

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Nawaz Sharif’s son grilled in Panama Papers probe

He was questioned by the Joint Investigation Team

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Theresa May’s lead narrows after Manchester attack

Four polls show that it has contracted by 2 to 6 percentage points

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Judicial probe into Vizhinjam deal

Pinarayi says the govt decision is on the basis of the adverse findings of the CAG

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Maoist supporters arrested in Chhattisgarh

The Chhattisgarh police have arrested seven Maoist supporters from the restive Narayanpur district of south Chhattisgarh.“There was an exchange of fire between the Maoists and the police last night at...

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Mahatma Gandhi’s death: plea in SC hints at second assassin

Outfit inspired by Savarkar questions his conviction.

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No fresh cases of Zika, says Gujarat

‘Cases mentioned by WHO are old... State has initiated all necessary precautions’

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Govt scuttling decisionson Munnar: Sudheeran

Says the govt also failed to properly present its case in the court

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Cattle trade rules go against 1960 law

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act does not impose curbs on sale of cattle for slaughter or sacrifices

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Cattle row: Bengal leather industry moots legal recourse

While the representatives of leather industry in West Bengal on Sunday threatened to take legal recourse against the Centre over its notification banning sale of cattle at animal markets for slaughter...

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Huge interest in Army recruitment

Defying shutdown, more than 1,000 candidates participate in drive

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A fragile peace prevails in violence-hit Saharanpur

Home Secretary says politicians banned in affected areas

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“Teachings of Sri Ramanuja continue to remain relevant”

The preaching and teachings of Saint Ramanuja continue to remain relevant to mankind, according to Union Minister of Culture and Tourism Mahesh Sharma.The saint philosopher had worked for humanity and...

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NIA summons two separatist leaders

The National Investigation Agency has summoned two Kashmiri separatist leaders to its headquarters in Delhi on Monday in connection with a case related to funding of terror and subversive activities ...

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Have become member of every family: Modi tells in Mann Ki Baat

In his radio talk show Mann ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi deflects Opposition charge of him taking unilateral decisions.

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BJP claims it is ahead in presidential race

Party confident of win in election

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Top 10 stories for today - May 28, 2017

Army Chief defends ‘human shield’ use in KashmirGen. Rawat said the main objective of awarding Major Leetul Gogoi, when a Court of Inquiry was finalising its probeinto the incident, was to boost the m...

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Dialogue only after violence ends: Shah

BJP president Amit Shah said dialogue would be possible in Jammu and Kashmir only after stone-throwing and violent protests ended.“Once violence ends and an atmosphere of dialogue is created, we will ...

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Jet owned by Elvis auctioned after sitting 35 years

A private jet once owned by Elvis Presley has been auctioned after sitting on a runway in New Mexico for 35 years.The plane sold for $430,000 on Saturday at a California event featuring celebrity memo...

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Army porter, intruder from Pak. killed on LoC

A suspected militant and a porter were killed in two separate incidents on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.The Pakistan Army resorted to firing in Kupwara’s Keran Sector on Sa...

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Valley tense after killing of Hizb militant

Mourners attend funeral of Hizbul Mujahideen ‘commander’; authorities impose curfew-like restrictions

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Gandhi’s motif to go off campaigns

Chhattisgarh HC says logos disrespected the Mahatma

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Man held for temple desecration

The police on Saturday arrested one person in connection with the desecration of Sree Villoth Maha Temple at Pookkottumpadam near Nilambur.The police said S.S. Mohan Kumar, hailing from Kilimanoor, Th...

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V. S. Achuthanandan hospitalised

Marked deterioration in his condition on Sunday: personal physician

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Digital library inaugurated

Irrigation Minister T. Harish Rao inaugurated a digital library at Lingareddypally in Siddipet Urban Mandal on Sunday. The Minister asked young engineers to extend their services for public cause to t...

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Cattle trade curbs may hit milk self-sufficiency efforts

‘Rules may make it difficult for farmers to source cattle’

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Day in pictures - May 28, 2017

Images from India and around the world.

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Public slaughter by Congress activists kicks up a row

Police register case against YC leader and others

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British Airways IT outage triggers chaos at Heathrow

“We are aiming to operate a near-normal schedule at Gatwick and the majority of services from Heathrow on Sunday,” the airline said.

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People seek BC sub-plan

Scores of people of different backward classes from Nizamabad district are taking part in the Backward Classes Samara Shankharavam in Hyderabad on Sunday. The people are seeking an increase in the per...

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Pattukottai railway station work in full swing

It is expected to be completed within three months

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11,428 vidya volunteers to be appointed

Engagement of volunteers start from June 12

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TDP leaders justify crossing over to TRS

KCR’s welfare measures attract TDP leaders

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Won’t allow AFSPA in Kannur: Kodiyeri

Says RSS using Indian Army for political gains

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International cyclist felicitated

Prestigious recognition for international cyclist C. Rajesh who is riding high on confidence came calling at the apt time. Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Friday presented a cheque for ₹3 la...

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Raksha Gopal, pianist, blogger and CBSE class XII topper

Raksha Gopal was always expecting an above average result in her CBSE class XII Board examination but there was a surprise in-store for her on Sunday morning. It was a call from Union Minister for Hu...

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N.T. Rama Rao: A timeline

Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao popularly known as NTR was an actor-director and served as Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh for seven years over three terms. A timeline of the legendary actor-politic...

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Two-and-a-half-year-old girl dies in rain-related mishap

In a rain-related mishap, a two-and-half year old girl died after she drowned in a stormwater drain running in front of her house in Muneshwaranagar in Udayagiri police station limits in the early ho...

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Impose Governor’s rule if Jammu and Kashmir is to be saved: Farooq Abdullah

“Let there be one voice. When the Prime Minister himself wants peace, others should listen to that,” the former CM says

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Drowned girl’s family turns down Rs. 4 lakh compensation

The mourning parents of two-and-a-half-year old Alia, who died after drowning in a drain in front of her house, have turned down a compensation of Rs 4 lakh by the district administration as it was o...

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Pope: Egyptian Copts killed by IS were ‘martyrs’

For the second day in a row, Pope Francis has expressed his solidarity with Egypt’s Coptic Christians following an attack on a bus carrying Coptic pilgrims to a remote desert monastery. Pope Francis ...

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Manchester attack probe: 13 people in detention

A total of 13 people are in detention in Britain and Libya over Monday’s suicide bombing on a pop concert in the English city of Manchester by a British-born man of Libyan origin.A teenage boy and a ...

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HRD Ministry won’t intervene in CBSE marks moderation row: Javadekar

“It is an academic call which the boards need to take,” Mr. Javadekar says

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In South Sudan, Indian peacekeepers find justice served in terms of cows

An Indian medical officer with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan says he has treated around 10,000 cattle as against 2,000 humans over the last few months.

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