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    Hard to survive in showbiz if you are honest: Raveena Tandon

    Mumbai: National Award-winning actress Raveena Tandon says she faced many difficulties in her professional life for speaking the truth and that it is hard to survive in the entertainment industry if a person is transparent and honest.

  • Sasikala meets visitors 12 times a month. And, she’s still in prison

    Bengaluru : AIADMK chief VK Sasikala has met visitors 12 times in a month at the Parappana Agrahara central jail here, where she is lodged following her conviction in the disproportionate assets case, allegedly in violation of prison rules, reports PTI.

  • Trump strategist Steve Bannon dropped from National Security Council

    Washington: Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s chief strategist, has lost his seat on the powerful National Security Council in a high-level White House shakeup. Trump’s elevation of Bannon to a permanent spot on the NSC had been widely criticized as injecting politics into White House deliberations on sensitive defense, foreign policy and intelligence matters.

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    WhatsApp privacy policy: SC refers matter to Constitution bench

    New Delhi, The Supreme Court today referred social media platform WhatsApp’s privacy policy matter to a Constitution bench, which will hear the issue on April 18, saying it concerns the larger issue of privacy and right to personal liberty.

  • Bhopal: MP CEO loses control over conduct of Ater bypolls

    BHOPAL: After the row over the malfunctioning VVPAT machine, the office of the chief election commissioner is keeping a close watch on the Ater assembly bypolls. The state chief electoral officer (CEO) Saleena Singh has been put out of the loop as far as Ater polls are concerned.

  • Bhopal: Six people of a family die in cylinder blast

    BHOPAL: Marriage turned into mourning, in Sevda town of Datia district where six people of a family including the bride, died as three LPG cooking gas cylinders exploded on Wednesday. SHO of Sevda police station, Mulayam Singh informed that marriage preparations were going on at the house of Rashid Khan. His sister Rajia and brother Tarif were getting married on April 23. Many guests were in the house and Rajia was cooking

  • IPL 2017: SunRises on first gala night at IPL 10

    Hyderabad : Riding on the glorious performances of two senior players from India Yuvraj Singh and Ashish Nehra, defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad started their IPL 2017 campaign on a winning note. The team performance of Hyderabad was brutal and crushed the fancied Royal Challengers Bangalore by 35runs.

  • Bhopal: Appeal to ineligible people to get their names deleted from BPL list

    BHOPAL: Instead of deleting the names of ineligible persons from the BPL list, the government has decided to request them to get their names deleted voluntarily. Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan issued instructions to this effect during a video-conference with collectors and people’s representatives here.

  • Bhopal: State Forest Service prelims result out

    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission declared result of State Forest Service Preliminary Examination-2017, on Wednesday. The result can be viewed on the websites, and of the commission.

  • Sheikh Hasina’s visit will upgrade ties

    India can draw satisfaction from the fact that in Sheikh Hasina Wazed this country has a friend who has been consistent in her friendship and steadfast in her endeavours towards cooperation. That the Bangladesh Prime Minister is undertaking her first official visit to India after Narendra Modi took over Indian prime ministership should be an occasion for stock-taking and forward movement. She is coming later this week at a time when China is assiduously

  • US must flush out Masood and the like

    It is appropriate that India has unambiguously rebuffed US suggestions that President Donald Trump could play a pro-active role in de-escalating tension between India and Pakistan. The trial balloon was floated by US envoy to the United Nations Nikki Haley who should have known Indian sensitivities to third party intervention offers in the past. Ms Haley, who is the first Indian-American cabinet-level official in US history told reporters in Washington “we don’t think we

  • Bhopal: Kisan Sangh demands farm loan waiver

    BHOPAL: After Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath announcing waiver of farm loans, Kisan Sangh, an ancillary organisation of the RSS, has demanded that the loans of the farmers of the state should also be waived.

  • It is partial relief for farmers: Rahul on UP loan waiver

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said the UP government’s decision to waive off farm loan was a “partial relief” but a step in the “right direction” and asked the Centre to evolve a national response to the widespread distress, reports PTI.  Gandhi said the Centre should not discriminate amongst states and no politics should be played with farmers suffering across the country.

  • Bhopal: Farmers throng bank for withdrawing money

    NASRULLAGANJ: If you happen to pass by the branch of the district co-operative central bank here, you may well think that a mega political or religious event is underway there. Hundreds of farmers have descended on the bank to draw money credited to their accounts. The management of the bank has got a tent erected on the bank premises and has made arrangements of drinking water for the farmers.