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  • Rains cripple life in Guwahati

    Guwahati: Incessant rains since morning have thrown life out of gear here as most part of the city was water-logged prompting the administration to order closure of all educational institutions.


    Tariq Anwar hopeful of NCP, Cong alliance in Maharashtra

    Patna: With Congress and NCP alliance for Maharashtra poll still undecided, NCP General Secretary Tariq Anwar today hoped it would be finalised soon and ruled out any possibility of his party going with BJP or Shiv Sena.

  • I want to overcome fear of exposing myself: Karishma Tanna

    Mumbai: Actress Karishma Tanna says one thing she dreads most in life is to expose her real self on-screen and it is to get over this fear that she decided to join the eighth season of ‘Bigg Boss’.

  • Stranded PoK residents to return by Poonch-Rawalakote route

    Srinagar: Residents of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), who were stranded in flood-hit Kashmir, have been allowed by the Centre to return to their homes via Poonch-Rawalakote route in Jammu region.

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    Gold extends losses, down Rs 120 on global cues, weak demand

    New Delhi: Continuing its declining trend for the third day, gold today fell by another Rs 120 to Rs 26,850 per ten gram in the national capital, tracking weak cues from the global market where the precious metal was trading at an eight-month low.

  • Dipika Pallikal

    Won’t let issue of manipulated Asiad draw rest: Pallikal

    New Delhi: After securing India’s maiden women’s singles squash medal at the Asian Games, a vindicated Dipika Pallikal has said she will continue to fight against the “manipulated” draw with higher authorities after being let down by the officials back home.

  • Indian judokas sign off empty-handed in Asian Games

    Incheon: India ended their dismal campaign in judo after country’s last competitor Rajwinder Kaur lost her final repechage round bout against Kyrgyzstan’s Nagira Sarbashova at the 18th Asian Games here today.

  • I did not criticise Islam in ‘Lajja’: Taslima

    New Delhi: Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasrin says she did not criticise Islam in her controversial novel “Lajja” and the fatwa against her is because of her criticism of the religion in many of her other books.

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    Gandhians want Satyagraha Park, protest Orwell memorial

    Patna: A group of Gandhians, family members of freedom fighters and local groups in a Bihar town are opposing renovation of a park and house in memory of British author George Orwell as they were denied land to set up a Satyagraha Park.

  • Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury

    CBI grills Congress MP Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury

    Kolkata: Senior Congress leader and former union minister Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury Monday appeared before the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) after being summoned in connection with the multi-crore-rupee Saradha scam.

  • Court fixes Oct 13 for hearing case agst Balyan, 60 others

    Muzaffarnagar:  A local court has fixed October 13 for hearing of a case of violation of prohibitory orders against 61 people, including Union Minister of State for Agriculture Affairs Sanjeev Balyan, in connection with the riots in the districts last year.

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