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Four women MPs complain against BJP leader Ramesh Bidhuri's sexist language
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Four women MPs complain against BJP leader Ramesh Bidhuri's se...

In yet another trouble for the ruling BJP, which is facing a combative Opposition over the suspension of Congress MPs, four women MPs have complained about the 'abusive' and 'sexist' language used by BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri in Parliament. According to a report published in The Economic Times on Tuesday, the women MPs have lodged a complaint with the Lok Sabha Speaker that Bidhuri used foul language against them during the Opposition's protest in the Lower House on Monday, which ... Rediff.com, 10 minutes ago
Who's who in the Congress's infamous 25 Rediff.com, 2 hours ago
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Govt may review ban on porn websites

'Committed to freedom of communication on the Internet', government tells telecom to unblock all non-porn sites Facing flak over blocking of 857 websites, the government on Tuesday reviewed its order and decided to lift the ban on those sites which did not contain pornographic material but had still faced action. The decision follows a review of the earlier order, wherein the department of telecom had asked Internet service providers to block a total of 857 websites, although some websites were ...
 Rediff.com15 minutes ago Govt may lift ban on ALL porn sites except those hosting child porn  Rediff.com1 hour ago

Naqvi takes objection to Sonia's 'black day' comment

Government today took strong exception to "black day" comment by Congress President Sonia Gandhi over suspension of 25 Lok Sabha MPs, saying it showed that the opposition was in no mood to let normal functioning of Parliament where key reform bills are pending.  "If yesterday was the black day for democracy, then was it a golden day when 16 members of Lok Sabha were suspended during UPA's tenure? Did imposition of Emergency mark golden day for democracy," Minister of State for ...
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BCCI needs to be accountable and transparent: Sports Minister

The Indian team celebrates winning a match. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has said that like any other sports federation of the country, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) also need to be made accountable and transparent in its functioning as according to the Apex Court of India it is a "public body". Asked Sonowal whether BCCI should be brought under the purview of Right To Information Act, the Sports Minister said: "Let me ...
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The battle between secular India and Bharat

  A left-leaning centralised socialist model has created a shortage/entitlement economy. In fact one of the reasons for India's limited progress is that post-independent India is at odds with its true nature. It is something that educated right of centre Hindus are trying to correct, says Sanjeev Nayyar.   Sunil Sethi’s recent article, How India is a nation of cheats uses the Vyapam scandal in Madhya Pradesh and Rajiv Malhotra being accused of plagiarism with respect to his ...
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Fiat Chrysler launches Abarth 595 at Rs 29.85 lakh

Performance is one of the strengths of Abarth 595 Competizione. After several failed attempts in the recent past, Fiat has now barged in the first model under its performance boosted brand Abarth dubbed the Abarth 595 Competizione. Known for its performance, Abarth 595 Competizione is a stoutly built hatchback that has a sporty appearance.  The outer nuances have been worked upon well that in turn make the hatchback look chic and robust despite its small size. But does it have the ...
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Mullah Omar's son who tried to take over as Taliban chief killed?

Mullah Yaqub, who was in his early 20s, was killed by Taliban who didn’t want him as their leader and Pakistan, says a top Afghanistan lawmaker The son of late Taliban supremo Mullah Omar has been killed in Quetta with opposing factions and Pakistan having a hand in his death, according to a top Afghan lawmaker. Mullah Yaqub, who had hoped to succeed his father as the leader of the Taliban, was killed while at a meeting in the city last Thursday, Afghanistan's Tolo TV reported quoting ...
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Why have clauses of Naga peace accord been kept in the dark: Gogoi

As neighbouring states of Nagaland await clarity on the Naga peace accord, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has said any move that affects the interests of his state will be opposed "tooth and nail". Acknowledging that the accord signed on Monday between the Centre and key Naga outfit NSCN (IM) that is aimed at ending insurgency will help in restoring peace in Nagaland, Gogoi, however, expressed surprise why the clauses of the agreement have been "kept in the dark." The statement by the leader ...
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Floods kill 151 in Pakistan

At least 151 people have died and more than 8 lakh affected across Pakistan due to devastating floods since last month, authorities said today as they struggled to reach thousands stranded by swollen rivers. Heavy rains started last month and are still continuing in different parts of the country. According to National Disaster Management Authority, 77 people were killed in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, 32 in Punjab, 22 in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, 13 in Balochistan and seven in ...
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Focus on India 'A' captain Unmukt as tri-series kicks-off

Image: Umukt Chand. Photograph: Getty Images Having flattered to deceive on most occasions after his transition from the Under-19 ranks to senior cricket, Delhi boy Unmukt Chand will be looking to make amends when he leads India ‘A’ in the tri-nation 'A' series, considered a launch pad to the senior team. While India ‘A’ plays their first match on Friday, the tournament starts with South Africa ‘A’ pitted against Australia ‘A’ in ...
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