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    Meghna Naidu on bed rest after cyst removal

    Mumbai: Actress Meghna Naidu has been advised bed rest for two weeks after she underwent a cyst removal surgery. Meghna underwent surgery on Friday.

  • 44 Gujarat Congress MLAs staying at resort near Bengaluru

    Bengaluru, Forty-four Congress MLAs from Gujarat have been lodged at a private resort near here after they landed from Ahmedabad on Saturday morning, a party official said. “All our Gujarat MLAs have been put up at the Eagleton Golf Resort in Bidadi on the Mysuru road after they flew into the city in two batches from Ahmedabad via Mumbai,” the party’s state unit’s official told IANS on anonymity.  The resort is located in the Bengaluru

  • Gurugram: Journalist shot dead by car-borne assailants

    Gurugram: A journalist was shot dead by three car-borne assailants in Gurugram yesterday afternoon. The deceased has been identified as Surendra Rana, who used to work in a private channel.

  • Arvind Kejriwal “used worse abuses” than crook for Jaitley: Jethmalani

    New Delhi: After quitting as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s counsel in the defamation case against Arun Jaitley, senior advocate Ram Jethmalani in an explosive letter has revealed that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief “used worse abuses” than ‘crook’ for the Union Finance Minister.

  • Delhi: JNU student alleges beating by CISF personnel at Metro station

    New Delhi,  A JNU student has alleged he was beaten up at the Rajiv Chowk metro station here by a few CISF personnel and told he would be “sent to Pakistan”, prompting the paramilitary force to order a probe even as it rejected the charges.

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    Mumbai FYJC admissions: Students consider third merit list as last resort

    Mumbai: Students applying for First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions have all their hopes set on the third merit list that would be officially declared on Saturday at 5 pm. The list would also fill up all the seats in most colleges as the top colleges already have very few vacant seats left. Over 47,956 students have been allotted a seat in this list. The state education department released data saying that

  • Charges framed against Amanmani Tripathi in kidnapping case

    Lucknow,  A court here has framed charges against Amanmani Tripathi, an Independent MLA from Nautanwa in Uttar Pradesh, for the alleged kidnapping of a Gorakhpur businessman and demanding a ransom for his release. Besides the MLA, the court yesterday also framed charges against Sandeep Tripathi, the co-accused in the case. Additional Sessions Judge Ashokeshwar Ravi framed charges against both the accused for kidnapping, extortion and criminal intimidation under the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

  • India is Indira Gandhi for me: Mehbooba Mufti

    New Delhi: Hailing former prime minister Indira Gandhi as the ideal representative of the India that she envisions, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said ‘India is Indira Gandhi’ for her. “When I was growing, Indira Gandhi represented India for me. Maybe some people won’t like it, but to me, India is Indira Gandhi,” she said, while speaking at a Kashmir event here on Friday.

  • India to be world’s biggest milk producer by 2026

    United Nations, India is projected to become the world’s biggest milk producer over the next decade, having tripled its output during the first quarter of this century, a report by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation (OECD) revealed.

  • HOT: Taapsee Pannu flaunts a floral bikini look from Judwaa 2

    Taapsee Pannu has been quite busy shooting for her upcoming comedy, Judwaa 2. The last schedule began earlier this week in Mauritius where the lead actors Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez shot a sequence.

  • Human remains found on Mont Blanc may belong to Air India victims

    Grenoble, Body parts that could belong to passengers killed in one or other of two Air India plane crashes more than years ago have been found on Mont Blanc in the French Alps, sources have said. Daniel Roche, who is fascinated by air plane accidents and has spent years combing the Bossons Glacier looking for remains, made the discovery on Thursday.