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  • Maharashtra, Maharashtra CM, Devendra Fadnavis, Karnataka Poll victory, 2019, 2019 general elections, narendra modi, BJP, NDA

    Sanjay Raut calls on Devendra Fadnavis to be CM of a unified Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena, which has announced that it will contest assembly elections in Karnataka except in the disputed border area, will support the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti (MES). Sena has urged the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to support MES instead of fielding seats in disputed areas of Karnataka. The Sena has also urged Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to visit the disputed areas and address the poll rallies to show he is

  • Bharat Bandh: 9 dead, hundreds injured in three BJP-ruled states as Dalit protest turns violent

    New Delhi: Nine persons were killed, mostly in BJP ruled states, and hundreds were injured as a Dalit protest during a nation-wide shutdown turned violent. They were outraged over a Supreme Court order that dilutes a law aimed at preventing atrocities against Dalits and tribals. In Madhya Pradesh, the worst hit, six people died during clashes; one person was killed in Rajasthan’s Alwar district and two in UP. Violence was also reported

  • Mumbai, Class IX students, Class IX results, teachers, Lack of Clarity, re-examinations

    Mumbai: Teachers to focus on assessment only to declare results on time

    Mumbai: Teachers have complained about schools and colleges given them additional work during time of assessment. The state board and Mumbai University (MU) has informed principals of schools and colleges to avoid any kind of tasks which would take time of teachers and delay assessment followed by declaration of results.

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills fire: Former Chief Justice of Kerala HC to probe mishap

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Monday apprised the Bombay High Court with the names of the three members of the panel which would conduct a probe in the tragic Kamla Mills fire mishap. The government informed the HC that the probe panel would be headed by a former Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court.

  • The art of controlling temper

    While most of us stick to the moral path when it comes to major wrongdoings like stealing and killing, we do stray from it when we lose our temper. The biggest failing is that of intolerance, the act of not accepting people as they are or accepting things as they happen.

  • Protests engulfs TN for Cauvery Mgmt Board

    Chennai : Two DMK workers allegedly made self-immolation bids in Coimbatore on Monday amid a state-wide stir for setting up of Cauvery Management Board at the earliest to implement the Supreme Court’s February 16 verdict on water allocation among the riparian states.

  • Lt Col MS receives Padma Bhushan

    It was a happy coincidence for Dhoni as he was conferred with the prestigious civilian honour on the seventh anniversary of their famous World Cup triumph.

  • Gaza toll reaches 18, Israel rejects excessive force claims

    Gaza City : The Palestinian death toll in last week’s mass protest on the Gaza-Israel border rose to 18 on Monday, officials said, as Israel rejected allegations of unlawful use of lethal force against unarmed demonstrators.


    New Delhi : The Indian Parliament is witnessing an unprecedented scenario of the government using a ruckus to prevent a spate of no-confidence motions pending against it for the 10th consecutive day on April 2 since March 16.

  • Pressure back on as Real and Zidane reunite with Juve

    Madrid : Zinedine Zidane said last week he wants to stay at Real Madrid but how welcome his wishes are will depend on the team’s Champions League tie against Juventus.

  • Banks allowed to spread bond losses in four quarters

    Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India on Monday allowed banks to spread provisions for bond losses in the third and fourth quarters of FY18 over the next four quarters.

  • Core sector posts 5.3% growth in Feb

    New Delhi : Eight infrastructure sectors grew by 5.3 per cent in February, mainly helped by a robust performance of refinery products, fertiliser and cement segments.

  • Jaitley, Kejriwal move court to settle defamation case

    New Delhi : A joint plea by Union Minister Arun Jaitley and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was moved before a Delhi court on Monday seeking to settle the criminal defamation case filed by the former against the AAP convenor in the DDCA row after the latter tendered an apology.

  • Pakistan EC tells  Saeed’s MML to bring political clearance copy

    Islamabad : The Election Commission of Pakistan on Monday asked the Milli Muslim League (MML), the political front of Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud Dawa, to produce a clearance certificate by the interior ministry for its registration as a political party.

  • Bayern wary of another Sevilla surprise

    Seville : Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes has said there were no celebrations when his players watched the Champions League draw come out but Sevilla head into Tuesday’s tie as the overwhelming under-dogs of the quarter-finals.

  • Nelson Mandela’s ex-wife Winnie Mandela dies at 81 

    Johannesburg : Winnie Mandela, the ex-wife of South African anti-apartheid fighter and former president Nelson Mandela, died on Monday at the age of 81, her spokesman said, reports AFP.