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Former Congress MP Rao booked for abusing police official
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Former Congress MP Rao booked for abusing police official

Former Congress MP V Hanumantha Rao was on Friday booked after he allegedly abused a police official in the Telangana State Assembly premises when the cop did not allow him to proceed towards media point. Following a complaint by the Additional Inspector P Sudhakar a case was registered against Rao under sections 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace) and other relevant sections of IPC, ... Rediff.com, 10 minutes ago

Pakistani boat with 9 crew members captured by Coast Guard

The Indian Coast Guard today apprehended a Pakistani boat with nine crew members from the Arabian Sea off Gujarat coast, officials said.  "A Pakistani boat with nine crew members, which had entered the Indian waters, was seized by a Coast Guard vessel off Jakhau coast of Kutch district today," the Coast Guard officials said.  "The boat and and the Pakistani crew members have been brought to Jakhau port and the crew members are being interrogated by the security agencies," they ...
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Maharashtra: IMA calls off strike, but no clarity on 4,500 resident doctors

The Indian Medical Association, backing the strike of the resident doctors of the Maharashtra government hospitals, on Friday rolled back their support to them shortly after the Bombay high court warned them against continuing the strike. However, it is not known as yet if the resident doctors too would follow the suit. In its official statement, the IMA's Maharashtra chapter said that their members would resume duty now as their demands have been satisfactorily responded to by the state ...
 Rediff.com17 minutes ago 'But who do we blame? Who do we beat up? Doctors!'  Rediff.com5 hours ago CM's rebuke works, IMA calls off doctors' strike in Maharashtra  Rediff.com6 hours ago Strike called off in Maharashtra, but doctors still to resume work  Rediff.com12 hours ago
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Swamy brings bill seeking death penalty for cow slaughter

Bharatiya Janata Party member Subramanian Swamy on Friday introduced in the Rajya Sabha a private member bill which seeks "deterrent punishment", including the death penalty, for slaughter of cow and issues related to that. The Cow Protection Bill, 2017, even invokes Mahatma Gandhi, while seeking a ban on cow slaughter, saying the Father of the Nation had "wished" so. The bill seeks "to create an authority to ensure stabilisation of population of cows and to suggest such measures to comply with ...
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Ram Setu a man-made structure or natural? ICHR to explore

The Indian Council of Historical Research will undertake a two-month pilot project on 'Ram Setu' later this year to archaeologically "ascertain" if the structures were built naturally or were "man-made". ICHR Chairman Y Sudershan Rao, addressing a press conference at the institution in New Delhi, said the project period spans from October to November. "One of the major projects that we are going to initiate is the Ram Setu pilot project which will seek to ascertain or find out if these ...
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Tamil outfits oppose Rajinikanth's visit to Sri Lanka

Superstar Rajinikanth's visit to Sri Lanka next month to inaugurate a housing scheme has met with opposition from pro-Tamil outfits in Chennai, who cautioned him from getting "involved" in the emotive ethnic issue. Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi and Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi urged the top actor not go ahead with his two-day visit starting April 9 during which he is slated to hand over 150 houses to displaced Tamils. VCK founder Thol.Thirumavalavan alleged that efforts were on to "involve" ...
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FIR against filmmaker Shirish Kunder for tweet against Adityanath

An FIR has been registered against Bollywood filmmaker Shirish Kunder in Uttar Pradeshs Hazratganj for his tweets against Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath."Hoping a goon will stop rioting once he`s allowed to rule is like expecting a rapist to stop raping once he`s allowed to rape," Kunder had wrote on Twitter. "Going by the logic of making a goon as CM so that he behaves, Dawood can be CBI director. And Mallya - RBI Governor," he said in another tweet. Later, the the director deleted ...
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Kohli should play if team management wants him, feels Gavaskar

IMAGE: Virat Kohli said that he will play in the fourth and final Test only if he is 100 per cent fit. Photographs: BCCI Former captain Sunil Gavaskar, on Friday, said that Virat Kohli should consider playing in the final Test against Australia starting, on Saturday, even if he is not fully fit if the team management feels his presence will boost the side in the series decider. At the pre-match press conference in Dharamsala, Kohli said that he will play in the fourth and final Test only ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Will play only if I am 100 per cent fit: Kohli  Rediff.com9 hours ago
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'Told my captors that I had crossed border to avenge Uri attacks'

The Indian soldier who was returned by Pakistan after four months in captivity said that he was so fed up with torture by Pakistanis that he often prayed for death while in their custody. "I was assaulted. I told them: Kill me. I realised that this was the end of the road for me," Chandu Babulal Chavan, who was handed over to India on January 21, said today in conversation with a Marathi channel. The 22-year-old had crossed into Pakistan on September 29, the day India hit terror launch pads ...
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Centre seeks apology from NDTV India for its Pathankot coverage

The Centre on Friday insisted in the Supreme Court that Hindi TV channel NDTV India tender an apology for allegedly violating the telecast norms during the Pathankot terror attack last year. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told a bench of Justices A K Sikri and Ashok Bhushan that the news channel must clearly say that it regrets the unfortunate incident that led to the government's passing direction for it to go off air for a day in November last year. Senior advocate Harish Salve appearing for ...
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