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'Sikhs for Justice' Khalistan rally in UK: 'People have right to demonstrate within the law,' says British High Commission in India

A day after the external affairs ministry (MEA) said India has issued a demarche to the British government against a 'Sikhs for Justice' rally planned in London next month, the British High Commission in India said that in the UK, «people have (the) rig

VVIP chopper scam case: Court extends CBI custody of Christian Michel by another 5 days

A Delhi court on Monday extended the CBI custody of Chrishtian Michel, the alleged AgustaWestland middleman in the VVIP chopper scam, by another 5 days. The court had earlier on December 5 remanded Michel in CBI custody for five days.
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VVIP chopper scam case: Court extends CBI custody of Christian Michel by another 5 days

A Delhi court on Monday extended the CBI custody of Chrishtian Michel, the alleged AgustaWestland middleman in the VVIP chopper scam, by another 5 days. The court had earlier on December 5 remanded Michel in CBI custody for five days.

Sangh Parivar puts government on notice, seeks law on mandir

VHP working president Alok Kumar virtually warned the government of serious consequences and said if a law for temple construction was not passed in the upcoming winter session, people’s anger might reflect in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
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Sangh Parivar puts government on notice, seeks law on mandir

VHP working president Alok Kumar virtually warned the government of serious consequences and said if a law for temple construction was not passed in the upcoming winter session, people’s anger might reflect in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

BJP, Congress focus on fringe players ahead of assembly results

If MP throws up an unclear mandate, there would be independents as well as BSP and Gondwana Gomantak Party to watch out for. In Chhattisgarh, BSP, Congress renegade Ajit Jogi’s Chhattisgarh Janata Congress (CJC) and independents would come in for attention.
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BJP, Congress focus on fringe players ahead of assembly results

If MP throws up an unclear mandate, there would be independents as well as BSP and Gondwana Gomantak Party to watch out for. In Chhattisgarh, BSP, Congress renegade Ajit Jogi’s Chhattisgarh Janata Congress (CJC) and independents would come in for attention.

National Register of Citizens status of voters also matters: MHA

As the December 15 deadline for submission of claims and objections to the draft NRC approaches, officials said just about 10 lakh of the total 40 lakh residents left out of the draft NRC have filed claims so far. Less than 200 objections have been received.
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National Register of Citizens status of voters also matters: MHA

As the December 15 deadline for submission of claims and objections to the draft NRC approaches, officials said just about 10 lakh of the total 40 lakh residents left out of the draft NRC have filed claims so far. Less than 200 objections have been received.

Will play vital role in formation of next Telangana govt: BJP

Predicting a fractured poll mandate in Telangana, the BJP Sunday claimed that it would play a «vital role» in the formation of the next government in the southern state. Asked about the reports that quoted him as saying that the BJP would suppor
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Will play vital role in formation of next Telangana govt: BJP

Predicting a fractured poll mandate in Telangana, the BJP Sunday claimed that it would play a «vital role» in the formation of the next government in the southern state. Asked about the reports that quoted him as saying that the BJP would support the TRS in the event of a hung verdict, party's K Laxman said his comments were being taken «in a different manner».

Large number of Muslim women likely to go to Haj without 'Mehram' in 2019: Naqvi

A large number of Muslim women are likely to go to Haj without 'Mehram' (male companion) next year, Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Sunday.
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Large number of Muslim women likely to go to Haj without 'Mehram' in 2019: Naqvi

A large number of Muslim women are likely to go to Haj without 'Mehram' (male companion) next year, Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Sunday.

India, China to resume military drills after one year gap

Each side will send 100 troops to take part in the 7th India and China joint military exercises - 'Hand in Hand' - in the Chinese city of Chengdu, which will focus on counter-terrorism operations. The exercises, which will conclude on December 23, will also i
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India, China to resume military drills after one year gap

Each side will send 100 troops to take part in the 7th India and China joint military exercises - 'Hand in Hand' - in the Chinese city of Chengdu, which will focus on counter-terrorism operations. The exercises, which will conclude on December 23, will also include live shooting and adoptive and basic training.

Water woes in trains: Railways comes up with plan to fill coaches with water in 5 minutes

Water woes onboard trains will soon be a thing of the past with railways all set to introduce a system which will reduce water filling time from the existing 20 minutes to just five minutes at stations. The Railways will introduce the system in March next yea
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Water woes in trains: Railways comes up with plan to fill coaches with water in 5 minutes

Water woes onboard trains will soon be a thing of the past with railways all set to introduce a system which will reduce water filling time from the existing 20 minutes to just five minutes at stations. The Railways will introduce the system in March next year at over 142 stations which have the water filling system for trains.

Mamata extends birthday day wishes to Sonia, may meet her in Delhi

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Sunday greeted former Congress president Sonia Gandhi on her 72nd birthday and prayed for the senior Congress leaders long life and happiness. Trinamool Congress sources said Banerjee is likely to leave for New Delh
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Mamata extends birthday day wishes to Sonia, may meet her in Delhi

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Sunday greeted former Congress president Sonia Gandhi on her 72nd birthday and prayed for the senior Congress leaders long life and happiness. Trinamool Congress sources said Banerjee is likely to leave for New Delhi in the afternoon and meet Sonia Gandhi later in the day.

Why the Navy wants to sink a ship off Puducherry

In a couple of months, INS Cuddalore will be sunk in the waters 7km off the Puducherry coast to become India’s first underwater museum and barnacles are crucial to the success of the venture. Probir Banerjee from NGO PondyCan, said “The Navy will be invol
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Why the Navy wants to sink a ship off Puducherry

In a couple of months, INS Cuddalore will be sunk in the waters 7km off the Puducherry coast to become India’s first underwater museum and barnacles are crucial to the success of the venture. Probir Banerjee from NGO PondyCan, said “The Navy will be involved in sinking the ship, as it would also be a training for their personnel.” Banerjee said.

LK Advani knew before Kargil: Ex-RAW chief

Speaking during a panel discussion on ‘the Wisdom of Spies’ at the Military Literature Festival here on Saturday, he said: “We had intelligence about some unusual happenings and the report went up to the union home minister, with inputs from the Army.
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LK Advani knew before Kargil: Ex-RAW chief

Speaking during a panel discussion on ‘the Wisdom of Spies’ at the Military Literature Festival here on Saturday, he said: “We had intelligence about some unusual happenings and the report went up to the union home minister, with inputs from the Army.” During the Kargil war, Dulat was in the intelligence bureau.

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