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    High Court : Why is Sadhvi Thakur in jail after NIA dropped charges?

    Mumbai : Hearing a bail application of sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, arrested in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, the Bombay High Court on Friday asked how she could be kept in prison when the prosecuting agency had said there was no case against her.

  • Cinema Owners’ body bans films with Pakistani artistes in 4 states

    Mumbai : A Cinema Owners’ body today refused to screen movies starring Pakistani artistes in the four states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Goa, dealing a blow to Karan Johar’s upcoming Diwali blockbuster “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” that features Fawad Khan.

  • Central government to use India Post for pulses distribution

    New Delhi : The Central Government has decided to use the postal network for distribution of subsidised pulses and release more channa from buffer stock to ensure availability of these commodities at reasonable prices during the ongoing festival season.

  • 7 WhatsApp group admins face heat

    Mumbai : The Nashik police have registered a case against seven admins of various WhatsApp groups for spreading rumours about the recent incident of sexual abuse of a young girl.

  • Was Phillip Hughes targeted?

    Canberra : The family of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes, who died after being struck by a ball in a match two years ago, on Friday walked out in tears from the inquest into their son’s death with their lawyer accusing witnesses of giving misleading evidence to the coroner.

  • Nico Hulkenberg leaves Force India

    New Delhi : German driver Nico Hulkenberg will race for Renault next Formula 1 season after spending five years at Force India. Force India have agreed to release Hulkenberg from the contract with team boss Vijay Mallya on Friday confirming Hulkenberg’s departure.

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