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Countdown for exit of Modi govt has begun, says Yechury

Countdown for exit of Modi govt has begun, says Yechury

Communist Party of India-Marxist general secretary Sitaram Yechury today alleged that demonetisation and haphazard implementation of goods and services tax had broken the backbone of Indian economy and held the Narendra Modi government responsible for the economic "downturn". Citing the defeat of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, student wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the recent student union elections in the Jawaharlal Nehru University and in the Delhi University, the Left leader ..., 36 minutes ago

Find out Aussie skipper Smith's favourite Indian cricketers

Smith chose Harbhajan Singh along side Sachin Tendulkar as two of his favourite Indian cricketers IMAGE: Australian cricket team captain Steve Smith looks on at a function in Kolkata. Photograph: PTI Harbhajan Singh may have been a thorn in the flesh for Australia in the past but current skipper Steve Smith ranks the off-spinner among his favourite Indian cricketers alongside Sachin Tendulkar. Smith on Wednesday chose Harbhajan Singh along side Sachin Tendulkar as two of his favourite Indian ...
 Rediff.com30 minutes ago Smith shows faith in his team to launch comeback in the series  Rediff.com6 hours ago Should Australia retain Zampa for 2nd ODI?  Rediff.com9 hours ago

Pak raises objection with US over greater role for India in Afghanistan

Pakistan has raised objection with the United States over President Donald Trump advocating greater role for India in the war-torn Afghanistan, the country's top diplomat said on Wednesday. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi during a meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York expressed concern over the greater role that Trump advocated for India in his new Afghan policy, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua said. Janjua's meeting ...
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Firing in Sashastra Seema Bal camp in J&K, 1 jawan killed

A jawan of the Sashastra Seema Bal was killed and another injured in suspicious firing at a camp of the paramilitary force in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. It is being verified as to whether it was a terror attack or a case of fratricide, SSP (Ramban) Mohan Lal told PTI. "There was firing under suspicious circumstances in an SSB camp in Banihal belt of Ramban district this evening," he said. He said one security man was killed and another injured in the firing. The SSB is ...
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HC extends stay on floor test in TN assembly

The Madras high court on Wednesday extended till further directions its stay order on a floor test in the Tamil Nadu assembly for the Palaniswami government. Justice M Duraiswamy gave the interim order on petitions filed by 18 rebel All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MLAs loyal to sidelined party leader TTV Dinakaran challenging the September 18 order of assembly Speaker P Dhanapal disqualifying them under the anti-defection law. However, there was no direction by the court on the ...
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First Look: Dhoni goes shooting after practice washed out

IMAGE: Mahendra Singh Dhoni at the Kolkata Police Training School. Photograph: Courtesy, Kolkata Police/Twitter Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday headed to Kolkata Police Training School for a session in pistol shooting after the team's outdoor practice at the Eden Gardens was cancelled due to rain."The great MS Dhoni takes some time off to practice his shooting skills at our state of the art shooting range this afternoon at Police Training School. His accuracy is ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago MS Dhoni nominated for Padma Bhushan honour  Rediff.com7 hours ago BCCI nominates Dhoni for Padma Bhushan  Rediff.com8 hours ago

Rahul should give account of work of his three generations: Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janaat Party president Amit Shah today asked Rahul Gandhi to give an account of the work of his three generations, a reference to Nehru-Gandhi family's reign. He made the remarks at a meeting of BJP workers in Dehradun, targeting the Congress vice president who has been attacking the Modi government and questioning its handling of the economy. Shah said the Modi government has completed three years and the BJP has been giving account of its performance. "Now Rahul Gandhi should give ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago 'Rahul as Cong prez will give adrenaline rush to party'  Rediff.com5 hours ago 'Rahul as Congress chief will give adrenaline rush to party'  Rediff.com1 hour ago

Post-Doklam, Rajnath to visit Sino-Indian border in U'khand

Home Minister Rajnath Singh is likely to visit the Sino-Indian border in Uttarakhand next week, the first by a senior minister in the Modi government after the resolution of the stand-off in Doklam, officials said. During the visit, the home minister will interact with jawans of the Indo Tibetan Border Police, which guards the 3,488 km-long India-China border, and assess various development activities in the frontier. This will be for the first time a senior minister of the Narendra Modi ...
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Durga idol immersion: Let people live in harmony, court tells Mamata govt

Questioning the West Bengal government's curbs on Durga idol immersion, the Calcutta high court on Wednesday said the State cannot hinder a citizen's right to practise religion on the basis of a mere assumption of law and order disruption and must provide sound reasons for doing so. "Let them (Hindus and Muslims) live in harmony, do not create a line between them," Acting Chief Justice Rakesh Tiwary said, asking the government to provide a "concrete ground" for its decision to stop the ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Durga immersion: Why can't people celebrate together: HC  Rediff.com5 hours ago

Why did Indrani send her driver to Lonavla?

As the weeks go by in this trial, it has emerged that Shyamvar Rai is that rare species of driver whose knowledge of distances, directions and routes surprisingly would not even fill the back of a postage stamp.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Mumbai's monsoon storm blew into the sessions court on Tuesday, September 19, and the Sheena Bora murder trial. Cooler than it has ever been in months and months, the dingy corridors ...
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