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MLA assault case: 4 held

BELAGAVI: Even as police have failed to arrest BJP legislator Raju Kage and dozen of his family members and supporters who physically assaulted a Congress party worker and ‘escaped’ from the district, police managed to arrest four persons who supported the attack. Please like & share: Read More »

Govt says it respects RBI’s autonomy

NEW DELHI: A day after the employee unions of the Reserve Bank of India expressed their resentment against alleged interference of the government in the central bank’s affairs, the finance ministry on Saturday said that it fully respects its autonomy. Please like & share: Read More »

EC seeks police cover to cash movement in Goa   

NEW DELHI: The EC has directed chief electoral officers of five poll-bound states to ask top police brass that cash transfers during the election period be done under the protection of cops and that they be kept “informed” about such movements from banks or currency chests. Please like & share: Read More »

19 die in Bihar boat tragedy 

PATNA: At least 19 people were drowned, including some minors, when a boat capsized on the Ganga here on Saturday, suspectedly because of overloading. “So far 19 persons have been reported to be dead in the boat tragedy,” principal secretary, disaster management department, Pratyay Amrit told PTI. Please like & share: Read More »

Amarinder seeks Cong permission to contest against Badal

AMRITSAR: Giving an interesting turn to Punjab’s politics, state Congress president Amarinder Singh has sought the Congress high command’s permission to fight next month’s assembly elections against Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal patron Parkash Singh Badal from the latter’s assembly constituency of Lambi. Please like & share: Read More »

Over a million take holy dip at Ganga Sagar on Makar Sankranti

SAGAR ISLAND (WEST BENGAL): Over a million pilgrims from across India and abroad took holy dip in the river Ganges on Saturday braving the icy cold water and chilly winds, at the annual Ganga Sagar Fair here on Makar Sankranti. Please like & share: Read More »

Army chief to set up own suggestion cum grievance boxes

NEW DELHI: With a number of security personnel, including one from the army, raising grievances through social media, Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday asked his men to directly communicate to him through the “suggestion cum grievance” boxes that will be set up across the formations. Please like & share: Read More »

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