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- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Undergoes Surgery
- No Improvement in Former BJP Leader Jaswant Singh's Condition
- President Mukherjee to Pay Obeisance at Vaishno Devi Shrine
- Army Officer, Two Soldiers Die in Kashmir Accident
- 'Retaliate to Pakistan Constraints, Counter China vis-a-vis Japan'
- Hyderabad Metro Cost Escalates by Rs.2,500 Crore
- Murder of RSS Activist: Hartal Hits Life in Kerala
- Don't Sterilise Elephants, Supreme Court to West Bengal
- Rape Accused's Sister Gang-raped in Uttar Pradesh
- Odisha: Students Demand Headmaster's Transfer, Launch Stir
- Indian-born Researcher at Stanford Wins Prestigious Award
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- Fresh Bloodshed Feared in Kannur as CPM, RSS Lock Horns
- Rains to Continue for Two More Days in AP, Telangana
- 9th Century Jain Temple in Kogali village Used as Cattle Stall
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Gandhi will meet villagers in the Uttar Pradesh constituency and interact with Congress workers at the Munshiganj guest house where he will stay.
The Prime Minister announced that Britain need to strengthen powers in two key areas to fill specific gaps in its anti-terror armory.
Stocks of healthcare, infrastructure, realty, auto, oil & gas, consumer durables and banking sectors led the rally.
No need to fret any longer as a a free app called Estar reveals how certain apps drain a smartphone battery faster.
Ciaz will be available in petrol and Diesel fuel options powered by a 1.4 litre and 1.3 litre engines respectively.
Celebrating its 197th anniversary Wesley School in Chennai dedicated a hall for the noon meal scheme on August 28.
The National Highways Authority of India, however, maintain that it is a routine annual price correction.
Two others escaped with injuries after the wall, which was dug for the basement, collapsed on them at an under-construction site on Infantry Road.
In order to scale up the turnover, the company intends to borrow money as the borrowing cap has been raised to Rs 1,500 crore.
The roads at East Fort, Chalai and surrounding areas are filled with huge potholes, giving a nightmare to commuters.
Roads and Buildings department, however, complains of lack of funds to maintain the city unit.
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