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Bungalow row: Ajit's supporters clash, Govt says no to memorial
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Bungalow row: Ajit's supporters clash, Govt says no to memorial

Ghaziabad : RLD chief Ajit Singh’s supporters today clashed with police over the move to evict him from government residence in Delhi even as the Centre rejected his demand that the house be converted into a memorial to his father, former Prime Minister ... IndiaTV News, 2 months ago
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40 years ago... and now: Birlas - A family that hit the headlines over a will

A contested will of a widow, a long-serving family confidant turned antagonist, the fierce litigious fight for little-known Birla Corporation marked the first major controversy for this storied and reserved business family Birla Corporation had a humdrum existence till the purported will of Priyamvada Birla (left) catapulted it to enthralled public attention, with all its attendant accusations of fraud, malfeasance and misconduct. This marked the first time this reserved and storied business ...
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Post-Mulayam lunch, 6 non-BJP, non-Congress parties unite to take on Govt in Winter Session

New Delhi : Six political parties of the ‘Janata parivar’ (family) came together to present a united front against the Government in the Winter Session of Parliament and have not ruled out the possibility of a merger in the future to take ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago

Manohar Lal Khattar appointed Haryana's new chief minister

First time MLA and former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) member Manohar Lal Khattar has been appointed as the new chief minister of Haryana. The decision was taken in a meeting of elected MLAs, attended by Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Dalit boy burnt alive by upper caste man in Bihar

A 15-year-old Mahadalit was allegedly burnt to death in Bihar’s Rohtas district by an upper caste man because the boy’s goat grazed standing paddy crop. Police said that 15-year-old Sai Ram was torched alive by Arvind Singh alias Kunkun Singh on Wednesday evening after his goat grazed on Singh’s crop of paddy, said Rohtas superintendent of police Chandan Kushwaha. “Sai was declared dead when he was brought to a local government hospital,” he said. Kushwaha ...
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Jayalalithaa denied bail by Karnataka HC in graft case

Bangalore : Jailed former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, who has been sentenced to four years imprisonment in a disproportionate assets case, failed to get bail from Karnataka High Court which told her that corruption amounts to “violation of ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Finding Fanny screening: Things that caught our attention! (view pics)

New Delhi : Yet another star-studded screening of Finding Fanny took place yesterday night. The event witnessed some of the most respectable stars from the industry. Megastar Amitabh Bachchan attended the screening of “Finding Fanny” in Mumbai.
 IndiaTV News2 months ago
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BJP declares 43 candidates for Haryana Assembly polls

There are seven women and 11 young turks among the 43 candidates. Prominent among the candidates announced are BJP state secretary Anil Vij from Ambala Cant, Prem Lata Singh, wife of former Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Birender Singh from Uchhana ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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