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    Supreme Court directs Uttar Pradesh government to ensure treatment, award compensation to Nikah halala petitioner

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Monday directed the Uttar Pradesh government to ensure medical treatment and compensation to a Muslim woman petitioner in a case concerning polygamy and ‘nikah halala’, who suffered an acid attack and has sought protection. The apex court directed the Chief District Medical Officer of Bulandshahr town, where she was attacked, to ensure proper treatment to Shabnam Rani and asked the administration to consider granting her additional security. Rani was last

  • RRB Group C ALP, Technician answer key 2018 to be released again today; click on indianrailways.gov to check

    The answer keys of RRB Group C exam which was held on September 14 will be released on the official website of RRB which is indianrailways.gov. Due to some technical reasons, RRB CBT ALP And Technician objection tracker was temporarily unavailable. Hence, it will be made available again today. The last date to submit objections has been extended until September 21, 2018.

  • BJP president Amit Shah, other leaders visit Goa CM Manohar Parrikar at AIIMS

    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah and many senior party leaders visited ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on Monday. Sources in the premier hospital said although 62-year-old Parrikar “is not critical”, he was under observation. He is admitted at the old private ward under Dr Pramod Garg, professor of gastroenterology.

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    India does not discriminate against tourists based on their sexual orientation: Tourism Minister K J Alphons

    New Delhi: India does not discriminate against tourists based on their sexual orientation and everyone is welcome to come to the country, Tourism Minister K J Alphons said on Monday. The minister was responding to a question about the government’s view on promoting LGBT tourism in the country in the backdrop of the Supreme Court decriminalising homosexuality and Thailand promoting itself as a safe destination for the community.

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    Gujarat police bust fake currency printing racket; 1 held  

    Jamnagar: Police here in Gujarat Tuesday busted a fake currency note printing racket and arrested a person in this connection from his residence.Counterfeit notes in Rs 2,000 and Rs 500 denominations with a total face value of Rs 66,500 were also seized after Crime Branch sleuths raided the house of one Zahid Sheikh, who has been arrested, the police said in a press release.A colour printing machine and scanner along with papers

  • Delhi: Railway gateman brutally attacked after he refused to open a level crossing gate

    New Delhi: Two bike-borne assailants severed the hands of gateman Kundan Pathak after he refused to open a level crossing gate in north Delhi’s Narela area because a train was approaching, railway officials said Monday. Pathak, 28, is undergoing major surgery to restore the limbs after the assault Sunday night, at a city hospital, they said. He also received serious injuries to his legs and neck.

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    4:38 pm: West Bengal: Police detain Bengal BJP Yuva Morcha workers who were protesting against the attack on vehicle of state BJP President Dilip Ghosh in East Midnapore earlier today.

  • Pakistan must decide how to live peacefully with neighbours: Rajnath Singh

    Jammu: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday that he hopes the new government in Pakistan will bring about positive changes in its approach to seek peace with neighbours. Addressing the media at the BSF headquarters in Paloura area of Jammu district, he said: “Pakistan has its own nature and we cannot change their nature. They will have to do it.

  • Man washes BJP MP Nishikant Dubey’s feet, drinks used water

    Godda: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament (MP) Nishikant Dubey has found himself at the centre of controversy after a party worker washed the parlimentarian’s feet and drank the used water thereafter. The incident took place on Sunday when the MP from Jharkhand’s Godda visited Kanhavara village of his constituency to announce the construction of a bridge. Onlookers filmed the episode, which was also shared by Dubey on his Facebook page, however,

  • Imran Khan propped up by Pakistan Army: V.K. Singh

    New Delhi: Minister of State for External Affairs V.K. Singh on Monday said that Pakistan is still virtually being ruled by its Army as new Prime Minister Imran Khan has been propped up by it. “After all, if a person is propped up by the Army, the Army still rules,” Singh said while speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an event organised by industry body Ficci here.

  • 568 kilo ladoo unveiled on PM Narendra Modi’s birthday              

    New Delhi: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and his cabinet colleague Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi unveiled a 568-kg ladoo on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 68th birthday on Monday.Participating at a function organised by Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, which is celebrating the PM’s birthday as ‘Swachhta Diwas’, Javadekar said, “Sanitation coverage has significantly increased in the country in last four years.