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Anil Dave no more.

*[Environment Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave died on Thursday. He was 61. Dave has been a member of the Rajya Sabha since 2009. He was sworn in as a Minister of State with independent charge of environment, forest and climate change in 2016. He was born in Badnagar in Madhya Pradesh.

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Zaira Wasim Awarded.

    New Delhi: Zaira Wasim also made Bollywood proud as she was honoured with the National Award for Best Supporting Actress for ‘Dangal’. The youngster was all smiles as she was felicitated by President Pranab Mukherjee.The 64th National Film Awards ceremony took place on Wednesday, May 3 at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi. While Akshay […]

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India sends back 50 Pakistani students

New Delhi: Around 50 Pakistani students, visiting India at the invitation of an NGO, were sent back today after the government advised it against hosting them at a time which was not “appropriate” in the aftermath of beheading of two Indian soldiers. “An NGO had invited Pakistani school students here. They came to India on […]

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SC asks valley students to shun violence.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court said on Friday that Kashmiri students should stop throwing stones at security forces and “return to colleges and schools”, in its first-ever intervention in bringing peace to the violence-racked Valley. “Education is empowerment, and only education will deliver them from widespread unemployment and anger spilling out on the streets,” said […]

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Modi responsible for violence across country:Congress

New Delhi: Slamming the Modi government for the rise in casualties in violence/terror attacks across India, the Congress on Friday said the situation during the earlier UPA rule was much better than under the present government since May 2014. Why does this government talk of nationalism when it has failed in curbing casualties, Congress spokesperson […]

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Talks with recognized parties,not with seperatists: GoI

Srinagar: The Supreme Court was informed by Government on Friday that no talks will be held with separatists in Jammu and Kashmir adding that it was ready to talk to recognized political parties. India’s Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi reports said, has stated that government would come to the negotiating table only if the recognized parties […]

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Gautam Gambhir adopts children of 25 CRPF personnel killed in Sukma attack, says report

In a noble gesture, Indian cricket star Gautam Gambhir will bear full expenses of the children of 25 CRPF personnel martyred in Sukma attack, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain’s media manager confirmed to ANI. Gambhir has been vocal about an array of issues. Earlier, Gambhir had tweeted, Chattisgarh, Kashmir, North East,do v need more alarm […]

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11 CRPF personnel killed  in Chhattisgarh

Chattisgarh: Eleven personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed during an encounter with Maoists in Chattisgarh’s Sukma district. The encounter, which took place at around 12.25 pm, happened in the Burkapal-Chintagufa area, worst Maoist violence-affected district in south Bastar. As per initial reports, six jawans were injured in the attack. “The Naxals […]

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Modi asks CMs to take care of Kashmiri youth in their states.

New Delhi: Chief Ministers of all states have been asked to remain in touch with the Kashmiri youth in their states and take care of their interests.Prime Minister Narendra Modi   appealed during his closing remarks at the 3rd Meeting of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog. This was stated by Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya in a […]

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Police attacked in Agra.

Agra: A minor squabble between two groups in Fatehpur Sikri spilled over to Agra on Saturday night as Hindutva outfits went on a rampage beating up police personnel and damaging vehicles. The activists were led by Bharatiya Janata Party MLA from Fatehpur Sikri, Choudhary Udai Bhan Singh. They wanted the release of their party members […]

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