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BJP, PDP slam trolls targeting Dangal actress Zaira
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BJP, PDP slam trolls targeting Dangal actress Zaira

Two days after Zaira Wasim posted an open apology on social media, the Bharatiya Janata Party-People’s Democratic Party alliance in the state came in support of the Dangal child actor and said that the extremists cannot threaten or blackmail any Kashmiri, adding that such a talent should be nurtured. BJP spokesperson Khalid Jehangir, in his stern message, warned the extremists not to threaten any Kashmiri. “She has risen on her own. We wish her all the best and give a message to the ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago

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Would've suspended you: Sushma tells man requesting for wife's transfer

Sushma Swaraj is known for keeping her cool and responding promptly to people’s grievances, but a request by a Pune-based techie for transfer of his wife from Jhansi Railway division so the couple could live together left the External Affairs Minister livid. ‘If you or your wife were from my Ministry and such a request for transfer was made on twitter, I would have sent a suspension order by now,’ Swaraj tweeted in a terse response to the request by Smit Raj. Earlier, Raj, a ...
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'Modi has removed the lungs, kidneys of the economy'

Even as people lined up for the final time to deposit their old notes in banks, Lalu Yadav launched a scathing attack on the PM over his demonetisation scheme. M I Khan reports. Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Yadav on Friday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that the prime minister has taken out the ‘lungs, liver, kidney, intestines, blood out of the body of the Indian economy’. The attack came on the final day that people can deposit their old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes ...
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Santa’s secret gift of communal harmony to Delhi

For the past 15 years, Mohammad Ahsaan has been unknowingly playing secret Santa for thousands of people in the Capital as his decoration items lighten up their houses every time Christmas arrives. “Earlier, I used to sell only party decoration items at ...
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591 people have died in police custody in India since 2010

A report released by Human Rights Watch states that police regularly disregard arrest procedures and torture suspects in custody to death. The police often blame the deaths on suicide or illness. A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com reports. In India, 591 people have died in police custody between 2010 and 2015, the United States-based Human Rights Watch has said in a new report which was released in a press conference in Chennai on December 19. People’s Watch co-founder and leader Henry ...
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Millions voted 'illegally' for Hillary, claims Trump

In an unprecedented allegation by a President-elect, Donald Trump has alleged that ‘millions of people’ voted illegally for Hillary Clinton in the November 8 polls and serious voter fraud were committed in three states where he lost. Trump, who offered no evidence for his claims, said that he would have won the popular votes in the United States general election ‘if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally’. ‘In addition to winning the Electoral ...
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'Sometimes people want to try something to shake things up': Obama in Greece

United States President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that Donald Trump tapped into a “troubling” strain of rhetoric playing on Americans’ fears of globalisation to win the presidency. Obama was speaking after talks with Greek PM Alexis Tsipras in the capital, Athens, as part of a final tour that also takes in Germany and Peru. IMAGE: US President Barack Obama and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras shake hands at the end of a press conference at Maximos Palace in Athens, ...
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Have taken rebirth due to people's prayers, says Jaya in statement from hospital

In her first communication to party workers since being hospitalised in September, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Sunday said she has taken a rebirth because of people’s prayers and urged them to vote for the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in the November 19 polls. ‘I have taken rebirth because of your prayers and worship. I would like to share this happy news with you in the first place,’ she said in a statement released by AIADMK in Chennai, which ...
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Don't hoard cash; come to banks when you need money: RBI

The Reserve Bank on Sunday said enough cash is available at banks and people need not be anxious and make repeated trips to branches and ATMs to hoard money. ‘The Reserve Bank assures members of the public that enough cash in small denominations is also available at the Reserve Bank and banks. ‘The Reserve Bank urges that public need not be anxious; need not come over to banks repeatedly to draw and hoard; Cash is available when they need it,’ the central bank said in a ...
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India-China in new stand-off at border in Ladakh

Chinese and Indian troops are locked in a stand-off at the icy heights of Ladakh division since Wednesday after People’s Liberation Army personnel entered an area where an irrigation canal was being built under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act scheme and stopped the civilian work. The incident took place on Wednesday afternoon in Demchok sector, located 250 km east of Leh, where the work for linking a village with ‘hot spring’ was being undertaken ...
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