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What good monsoon brought, notebandi snatched away

New Delhi : A “normal” monsoon brought much-needed relief to farmers after two consecutive years of drought.

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Parliament locked for second day

New Delhi : Parliament remained paralysed for the second consecutive day on Friday, with the Congress-led Opposition creating ruckus over...Read More

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Litigants,lawyers face problems as NGT website remains blocked

New Delhi : The hacked website of National Green Tribunal remained unaccessible for the second consecutive day on Wednesday after it was ...Read More

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Amarnath yatra remains suspended

Jammu: Amarnath yatra remained suspended for second consecutive day on Sunday from Jammu in the wake of the violence. “The yatra is suspe...Read More

Mamata takes fresh  guard as Bengal CM

Mamata takes fresh guard as Bengal CM

Inducts ministers who were allegedly involved in the Narda sting operation

Re continues to rise, gains 16 ps to 67.17

Re continues to rise, gains 16 ps to 67.17

Mumbai : The rupee on Thurday strengthened for the second consecutive session against the dollar by rising 16 paise to 67.17 on sustained...Read More

Mamata goes from strength to strength

Mamata goes from strength to strength

Elected TMC legislature party leader, stakes claim to form government

No Third Front in Assam, we will return for 4th term: Gogoi

No Third Front in Assam, we will return for 4th term: Gogoi

New Delhi : Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has ruled out any possibility of forming a secular Third Front to keep the BJP away from pow...Read More

Swamy wants  his expunged  words restored

Swamy wants his expunged words restored

NEW DELHI : It is not in his blood to lie low: recently nominated BJP member Subramanian Swamy (76) has challenged the Rajya Sabha deputy...Read More

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Sensex rise by 12.75 pts

Mumbai :   After moving up and down, the market benchmark Sensex closed in the green for the fifth consecutive day by edging up 13 points...Read More

SAG Games: India sign off with 188 gold medals

SAG Games: India sign off with 188 gold medals

Shillong : India’s regional supremacy went unchallenged as the hosts were crowned overall champions for the 12th consecutive time after n...Read More

Weekend catch-up sleep  can help cut diabetes risk

Weekend catch-up sleep can help cut diabetes risk

New York : Two consecutive nights of “catch up” sleep on the weekend may reverse the increased risk of diabetes associated with short-ter...Read More

PM to attend Patel anniversary bash

PM to attend Patel anniversary bash

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in celebrations on Sardar Patel’s 140th birth anniversary on October 31, which ...Read More

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2 students commit suicide in Pune in 2 days

Pune : In the past two consecutive days, two students have committed suicide in Pune, revealing the state government’s apparent failure t...Read More

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Car sales zoom 9.48%, bikes plunge 2.87% in September

New Delhi : Car sales in India rose 9.48% in September — 11th consecutive month of growth, as the domestic auto industry continues to dri...Read More

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Hockey: Forwards in focus as India face New Zealand

Nelson : Boosted by the in-form attackers, the Indian men’s hockey team will look to registering the third consecutive win of their New Z...Read More

Apple, Google take  best global brand slots

Apple, Google take best global brand slots

New York : Technology giants Apple and Google were adjudged the best brands in the world for the third consecutive year as technology com...Read More

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Pak court adjourns Mumbai attack case hearing till Aug 5

Lahore : A Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying seven Mumbai terror attack accused, including LeT operations commander and mastermind Za...Read More

Inflation stays -ve for seventh month

Inflation stays -ve for seventh month

NEW DELHI : India’s inflation rate based on the Wholesale Price Index inched up to (-)2.36% in May from a record low of (-)2.65% in April...Read More

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