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If farmers want, they can change government: Telangana CM KCR

Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday said that if farmers want, they can change the government and should keep fighting till they get a constitutional guarantee for remunerative prices of their crops. K Chandrashekar Rao who is in Chandigarh
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If farmers want, they can change government: Telangana CM KCR

Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Sunday said that if farmers want, they can change the government and should keep fighting till they get a constitutional guarantee for remunerative prices of their crops. K Chandrashekar Rao who is in Chandigarh, bowed to farmers for their grit and determination referring to the year-long stir that ended last year.

BJP govt should capture Dawood first: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on court's remarks on ally Nawab Malik links

Reacting to a PMLA court’s remarks on NCP leader Nawab Malik’s links to notorious gangster Dawood Ibrahim, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday said that the BJP-led Centre should first drag him out of Pakistan.
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BJP govt should capture Dawood first: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on court's remarks on ally Nawab Malik links

Reacting to a PMLA court’s remarks on NCP leader Nawab Malik’s links to notorious gangster Dawood Ibrahim, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday said that the BJP-led Centre should first drag him out of Pakistan.

West Bengal: BJP MP Arjun Singh rejoins TMC

In a jolt to the saffron camp in West Bengal, BJP MP Arjun Singh on Sunday rejoined the Trinamool Congress, ending weeks of speculation over his possible switchover to the ruling party. Singh was welcomed into the party by TMC national general secretary Abhis
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West Bengal: BJP MP Arjun Singh rejoins TMC

In a jolt to the saffron camp in West Bengal, BJP MP Arjun Singh on Sunday rejoined the Trinamool Congress, ending weeks of speculation over his possible switchover to the ruling party. Singh was welcomed into the party by TMC national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee at his office in south Kolkata.

Amit Shah asks Rahul Gandhi to take off 'Italian glasses' to see development

Speaking on the occasion, the Union Home Minister Shah said, «Congress leaders ask what happened in eight years, these people are awake with their eyes closed. Rahul baba must take off his Italian glasses and look at the development work done by PM Mod
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Amit Shah asks Rahul Gandhi to take off 'Italian glasses' to see development

Speaking on the occasion, the Union Home Minister Shah said, «Congress leaders ask what happened in eight years, these people are awake with their eyes closed. Rahul baba must take off his Italian glasses and look at the development work done by PM Modi and Chief Minister Pema Khandu.»

Proceeds of crime Rs 16crore: Enforcement Directorate in Nawab Malik case

Pegging the total proceeds of crime at Rs 16 crore, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) alleged that ‘muscleman’ Nawab Malik had illegally occupied “Kurla General Store” in Goawala building compound in Kurla West in 1996, and after becoming a state minis
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Proceeds of crime Rs 16crore: Enforcement Directorate in Nawab Malik case

Pegging the total proceeds of crime at Rs 16 crore, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) alleged that ‘muscleman’ Nawab Malik had illegally occupied “Kurla General Store” in Goawala building compound in Kurla West in 1996, and after becoming a state minister a few years later, he usurped the entire premises with the help of Haseena Parkar, late sister of gangster Dawood Ibrahim.

Freed after 19 yrs in jail, Pakistani man still languishing in UP thana

A 70-year-old Pakistani national, after spending 19 years in jail for a terror case, has been languishing in a local UP police thana even after being “technically released” and acquitted by the Allahabad high court in 2019. His kin back home in Pakistan
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Freed after 19 yrs in jail, Pakistani man still languishing in UP thana

A 70-year-old Pakistani national, after spending 19 years in jail for a terror case, has been languishing in a local UP police thana even after being “technically released” and acquitted by the Allahabad high court in 2019. His kin back home in Pakistan’s Wazirabad told TOI that they were “completely unaware” of his whereabouts during the past few years.

With 4 more deaths, northeast floods, landslides take 29 lives in 9 days

t least 29 people have lost their lives to nature’s fury in nine days in three northeastern states — Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh — which have been reeling under severe floods and landslides. According to the Assam State Disaster Management A
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With 4 more deaths, northeast floods, landslides take 29 lives in 9 days

t least 29 people have lost their lives to nature’s fury in nine days in three northeastern states — Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh — which have been reeling under severe floods and landslides. According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, four more deaths in floods have been reported on Saturday, which has taken Assam’s death toll to 18 since May 14.

Fate of lowest bid for Executive Enclave project hangs in balance

The fate of lowest bid for the Executive Enclave project, which is part of the mega Central Vista revamp plan, hangs in balance even nearly two months after the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) had opened the financial bids. Sources said some decision i
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Fate of lowest bid for Executive Enclave project hangs in balance

The fate of lowest bid for the Executive Enclave project, which is part of the mega Central Vista revamp plan, hangs in balance even nearly two months after the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) had opened the financial bids. Sources said some decision is expected within days about giving finality to the lowest bid quoted by a construction major.

No adjournments beyond a month, consumer affairs ministry tells consumer panels

The consumer affairs ministry has urged the registrars of all consumer commissions not to grant any adjournments for more than 30 days and has also suggested imposing costs on parties where there is delay beyond two months in resolving cases due to adjournmen
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No adjournments beyond a month, consumer affairs ministry tells consumer panels

The consumer affairs ministry has urged the registrars of all consumer commissions not to grant any adjournments for more than 30 days and has also suggested imposing costs on parties where there is delay beyond two months in resolving cases due to adjournment requests. A letter by the ministry read, “Frequent and long adjournments not only deny a consumer his right to be heard and seek redressal, but also take away the spirit of enactment which the legislature intended."

Navjot Sidhu lodged in Barrack No.10 of Patiala jail, didn't have dinner on first night

Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was lodged at the Patiala central jail on Friday, did not have dinner on the first night inside the prison, sources told PTI on Saturday.They said that Sidhu was lodged in barrack no. 19 with four other prisoners. His p
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Navjot Sidhu lodged in Barrack No.10 of Patiala jail, didn't have dinner on first night

Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was lodged at the Patiala central jail on Friday, did not have dinner on the first night inside the prison, sources told PTI on Saturday.They said that Sidhu was lodged in barrack no. 19 with four other prisoners. His prisoner number is 1,37,683.

Around 4.9 million Indians displaced due to natural disasters, 13K due to conflicts in 2021: Report

Severe cyclones and floods displaced over 4.9 million people in India while another 13,000 had to flee their homes due to conflict or violence in 2021, according to a report compiled by the Geneva-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC).
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Around 4.9 million Indians displaced due to natural disasters, 13K due to conflicts in 2021: Report

Severe cyclones and floods displaced over 4.9 million people in India while another 13,000 had to flee their homes due to conflict or violence in 2021, according to a report compiled by the Geneva-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC).

Modi hosts Deaflympics contingent, says 'you brought pride and glory for India'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hosted India's Deaflympics contingent which produced its best-ever performance in the event held in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, from May 1 to 15. During his interaction with the athletes, Modi said the athletes have brough
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Modi hosts Deaflympics contingent, says 'you brought pride and glory for India'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hosted India's Deaflympics contingent which produced its best-ever performance in the event held in Caxias do Sul, Brazil, from May 1 to 15. During his interaction with the athletes, Modi said the athletes have brought pride and glory to the nation.

Assam-Arunachal border dispute likely to be resolved by next year: Shah

Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that the inter-state boundary dispute between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam is likely to be resolved by next year. Asserting that efforts are underway to make Northeast insurgency-free, he claimed 9,000 militants f
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Assam-Arunachal border dispute likely to be resolved by next year: Shah

Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that the inter-state boundary dispute between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam is likely to be resolved by next year. Asserting that efforts are underway to make Northeast insurgency-free, he claimed 9,000 militants from the region have surrendered during the last eight years of the Narendra Modi government at the Centre.

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