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Police rifles fail during gun salute to former Bihar CM

Police rifles fail during gun salute to former Bihar CM

In a major embarrassment to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, none of the 22 guns fired when former Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra was accorded a state funeral in his ancestral village Balua Bazar in Supaul on Wednesday. According to the protocol, the former chief minister was to be given gun salutation by a guard of […]

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Mika  aplogises for performing in Karachi

Mika aplogises for performing in Karachi

Popular Bollywood playback singer Mika Singh met BN Tiwari of FWICE to tendered his apology. Mika Singh is facing a blanket ban by All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) and Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) his performance at former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf’s relative’s wedding. Mika, reportedly, performed in Karachi on August […]

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Thousands of Dalits hit Delhi streets against demolition of Ravidas temple

Thousands of Dalits hit Delhi streets against demolition of Ravidas temple

The stretch between Jhandewalan and Ramlila Maidan in central Delhi turned into a sea of blue as thousands of Dalits from various parts of the country hit the streets of the city on Wednesday to protest the recent demolition of a Ravidas temple in the National Capital. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had demolished the […]

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Chidambaram arrested; taken to CBI HQ

Chidambaram arrested; taken to CBI HQ

Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram appeared at the Congress headquarters in New Delhi after the Supreme Court refused to hear his anticipatory bail plea on Wednesday. In his brief address to the media, Chidambaram claimed that he was not running, but preparing his defence. He said that he has not been named in the FIR […]

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India’s Largest Biscuit-Maker Parle May Fire Up To 10,000 Amid Slowdown

India’s Largest Biscuit-Maker Parle May Fire Up To 10,000 Amid Slowdown

Parle Products Pvt Ltd, the country’s largest biscuit maker, might lay off up to 10,000 workers as slowing economic growth and falling demand in the rural heartland could cause production cuts, a company executive said on Wednesday.A downturn in Asia’s third-largest economy is denting sales of everything from cars to clothing, forcing companies to curtail […]

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3 NIA officers accused of seeking bribe in case against Hafiz Saeed

3 NIA officers accused of seeking bribe in case against Hafiz Saeed

Three National Investigation Agency (NIA) officers have been transferred overnight for allegedly demanding Rs. 2 crore in bribes to not name a Delhi-based businessman in a terror-funding case involving Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed. The action against the officers, who have been shifted pending a “thorough examination of the matter”, comes after the businessman, who […]

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Salman Khan will get banned

Salman Khan will get banned

Singer Mika Singh, who was banned by Federation of Western India Cine Employees association (FWICE) after he performed at a wedding in Karachi, awaits the final verdict which will be out after he meets the members of the film body. According to a report in Mid Day, the federation has said that if any artist […]

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How Singh brothers got into trouble

How Singh brothers got into trouble

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) Thursday conducted raids at the residences of former Ranbaxy CEO Malvinder Singh and his brother Shivinder Singh. The probe agency carried out the searches in connection with a money-laundering case. According to ED officials, the raids were conducted after a case was filed under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). […]

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4,000 detained in Kashmir since India stripped autonomy

4,000 detained in Kashmir since India stripped autonomy

Thousands of people have been detained in India-controlled Kashmir over fears of unrest since New Delhi stripped the restive region of its autonomy two weeks ago, government sources told French Press Agency (AFP). A magistrate speaking to AFP on condition of anonymity said at least 4,000 people were arrested and held under the Public Safety […]

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Journalist, brother shot dead following dispute over dumping of cow dung

Journalist, brother shot dead following dispute over dumping of cow dung

Following an alleged dispute over dumping of cow dung, a journalist and his brother were shot dead on Sunday. The deceased are identified as Hindi newspaper journalist Ashish and Ashutosh. According to reports, Mahipal, who owns a dairy farm, went to the journalist’s house and allegedly shot Ashish and Ashutosh dead. As few natives and […]

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