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Musician for the masses

Hari Narayan revisits 'Waris Shah: Ishq Da Waaris' as the cries for expulsion of Pakistani artists gets louder The Hindu, 3 hours ago

Nalanda JD(U) protests arrest of Harnaut block president

Biharsharif: After Harnaut JD (U) MLA Hari Narayan joined the villagers in accusing the excise officials of falsely implicating party's Harnaut block president Chandradeep Kumar Sen, who was arrested and sent to jail following recovery of seven ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Cow politics can bring Dalits, muslims closer in UP

Badri Narayan , professor at JNU's Centre for the Study of Discrimination and Exclusion, says the emergence of cow vigilante groups may work in BSP's favour in the Uttar Pradesh polls The Dalit group is neither a static nor a homogeneous social ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Death toll of Pyuthan landslides reaches 35

Body of CPN Maoists Centre central member Hari Bahadur KC being dug out by police personnel, in Pyuthan Municipality, on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. Photo: THT PYUTHAN : At least 35 people were killed after being buried under the landslides ...
 Himalayan Times2 months ago Landslides claim 35 lives in Pyuthan  Himalayan Times2 months ago Floods, landslides claim 38 lives in two days: Pyuthan DAO  Kathmandu Post2 months ago Death toll in Pyuthan landslides, floods climbs to 38  Himalayan Times2 months ago

Bengaluru: Health insurance cos taking customers for ride

Bengaluru: While the nation celebrated Independence Day, August 15 last year, a city resident. Rajath Hari was having trouble claiming insurance to pay for his mother's stay in hospital as it was a holiday. "My mother was discharged from hospital ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

India asks Pakistan to vacate Kashmiri territory it had forcibly occupied in 1947

, 9:53 pm BY S VENKAT NARAYAN, Our Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, August 25: India has asked Pakistan to vacate the Kashmir territory it had forcibly occupied in 1947, and reiterated its willing for talks but only to discuss terrorism ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago

Not only Kashmir, Jammu & Ladakh equally important: Dr Karan Singh

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Sept 25: Former Sadar-e-Riasat and veteran Congress leader Dr Karan Singh (MP) today said that all the three regions of the State are equally important and the aspirations of the people from Ladakh and Jammu regions ...
 Daily Excelsior.com20 hours ago

Rajput Sammelan at MAM Stadium tomorrow

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Sept 23: A large Sammelan of Rajput Biradri will be held on September 25 at 10 am in MAM Stadium, Jammu in connection with celebration of 122nd birth anniversary of late Maharaja Hari Singh Ji. This was disclosed by ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 days ago
Himalayan Times

Birgunj docs nabbed on fake certificate charge get clean chit

A bus carrying doctors arrested under the Operation Quack prepares to leave Birgunj for Kathmandu, on Friday, June 17, 2016. Photo: Ram Sarraf BIRGUNJ: The Parsa District Court on Thursday acquitted eight medical doctors arrested on fake ...
 Himalayan Times4 days ago

Squads for EPL announced

Kathmandu, September 21 The Wai Wai Everest Premier League participating six teams today announced their squads for the tournament slated for September 24 to October 3 at the Tribhuvan University Stadiums in Kirtipur. National team skipper ...
 Himalayan Times4 days ago
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