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Rajnath Singh approves admission of girl students in Sainik schools

Defence minister Rajnath Singh has approved the proposal to admit girls in Sainik Schools from the 2021-2022 academic session in a phased manner, in yet another move for gender equality in the male-dominated environs of the over 15-lakh armed forces. The 31 S
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Rajnath Singh approves admission of girl students in Sainik schools

Defence minister Rajnath Singh has approved the proposal to admit girls in Sainik Schools from the 2021-2022 academic session in a phased manner, in yet another move for gender equality in the male-dominated environs of the over 15-lakh armed forces. The 31 Sainik Schools in the country provide around 25% of the cadets selected for the National Defence Academy.

Rahul Gandhi's chopper makes safe unscheduled landing in Rewari

Rahul was on his way back to Delhi after addressing an election rally at Mahendragarh on Friday when bad weather forced the aircraft ferrying him to land. The Congress leader later left for the national capital by road.
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Rahul Gandhi's chopper makes safe unscheduled landing in Rewari

Rahul was on his way back to Delhi after addressing an election rally at Mahendragarh on Friday when bad weather forced the aircraft ferrying him to land. The Congress leader later left for the national capital by road.

SC favours setting up of community kitchens to combat hunger

The Supreme Court on Friday favoured setting up of community kitchens, saying the country needs this kind of system to tackle the problem of hunger. A plea claimed that many children, under the age of five, die every day due to hunger and malnutrition and thi
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SC favours setting up of community kitchens to combat hunger

The Supreme Court on Friday favoured setting up of community kitchens, saying the country needs this kind of system to tackle the problem of hunger. A plea claimed that many children, under the age of five, die every day due to hunger and malnutrition and this condition was violative of various fundamental rights.

Lost five kg in 43 days in jail, suffered two bouts of illness: Chidambaram to SC

A bench of justices R Banumathi, A S Bopanna and Hrishikesh Roy was told by Chidambaram's lawyer Kapil Sibal that «during his 43 days in jail, he had suffered two bouts of illness for five and seven days respectively and was administered antibiotics&raq
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Lost five kg in 43 days in jail, suffered two bouts of illness: Chidambaram to SC

A bench of justices R Banumathi, A S Bopanna and Hrishikesh Roy was told by Chidambaram's lawyer Kapil Sibal that «during his 43 days in jail, he had suffered two bouts of illness for five and seven days respectively and was administered antibiotics». «He has lost weight from 73.5 kg to 68.5 kg,» the senior advocate told the court.

No human rights violation in J&K ever since Article 370 was abrogated: Rajnath Singh

«Ever since we abrogated Article 370, there has been nothing like human rights violation on the land of Jammu and Kashmir... But the Congress people do not understand this,» said Singh. «... I want to ask the Congress leaders why they want t
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No human rights violation in J&K ever since Article 370 was abrogated: Rajnath Singh

«Ever since we abrogated Article 370, there has been nothing like human rights violation on the land of Jammu and Kashmir... But the Congress people do not understand this,» said Singh. «... I want to ask the Congress leaders why they want to internationalise this (abrogation of Article 370) issue? They need to give an answer to this,» added Singh.

Congress has 'already accepted defeat' in Haryana polls, says Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Friday hit out at the Congress, saying it has «already accepted defeat» in the Haryana assembly elections. Addressing his second rally on Friday, Modi referred to a purported video in which three Congress leade
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Congress has 'already accepted defeat' in Haryana polls, says Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Friday hit out at the Congress, saying it has «already accepted defeat» in the Haryana assembly elections. Addressing his second rally on Friday, Modi referred to a purported video in which three Congress leaders at the parliament complex were seen discussing prospects of the party in the polls.

Congress leaders' statements on J&K have helped Pakistan: PM Modi

«Whenever we talk of Swachch Bharat, surgical strike or Balakot strike, the Congress starts jumping in pain. The statements of Congress leaders on Kashmir please Pakistan, who uses it to strengthen its case on Kashmir. What kind of chemistry is this,&ra
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Congress leaders' statements on J&K have helped Pakistan: PM Modi

«Whenever we talk of Swachch Bharat, surgical strike or Balakot strike, the Congress starts jumping in pain. The statements of Congress leaders on Kashmir please Pakistan, who uses it to strengthen its case on Kashmir. What kind of chemistry is this,» asked Prime Minister Modi while addressing an election rally here.

Kashmiri Pandits brief US lawmakers on situation in Kashmir

Indian American Congressman Ro Khanna, Congressmen Mike Thompson, Zoe Lofgren, Mark Desaulneir and Doris Matsui along with Chairman of House of Foreign Relation Committee, Elliot Engel, attended the congressional briefing at Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
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Kashmiri Pandits brief US lawmakers on situation in Kashmir

Indian American Congressman Ro Khanna, Congressmen Mike Thompson, Zoe Lofgren, Mark Desaulneir and Doris Matsui along with Chairman of House of Foreign Relation Committee, Elliot Engel, attended the congressional briefing at Capitol Hill on Wednesday.

Processed milk samples fail quality, safety norms: FSSAI study

Not only raw milk but even processed milk, including that of major brands, have failed to meet the prescribed quality and safety standards, food regulator FSSAI said in a study. More than adulteration, contamination was a serious problem as substances such a
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Processed milk samples fail quality, safety norms: FSSAI study

Not only raw milk but even processed milk, including that of major brands, have failed to meet the prescribed quality and safety standards, food regulator FSSAI said in a study. More than adulteration, contamination was a serious problem as substances such as Aflatoxin-M1, antibiotics and pesticides were found more in the processed milk samples, the study revealed.

Only communists can build alternative to BJP: Karat

Addressing a convention organised to commemorate the centenary of the CPM's foundation, Karat said here on Thursday that the Congress has lost the ideological base that it had during the freedom struggle. «In this backdrop, only the communists can buil
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Only communists can build alternative to BJP: Karat

Addressing a convention organised to commemorate the centenary of the CPM's foundation, Karat said here on Thursday that the Congress has lost the ideological base that it had during the freedom struggle. «In this backdrop, only the communists can build an alternative to the Modi-Shah rule,» he said.

More than 325 Indians deported by Mexico arrive in New Delhi

According to a press release issued by Mexico's National Migration Institute (INM) on Wednesday, the Indian nationals, who did not have a condition of regular stay in the country, were deported from the Toluca City International Airport on a Boeing 747 aircra
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More than 325 Indians deported by Mexico arrive in New Delhi

According to a press release issued by Mexico's National Migration Institute (INM) on Wednesday, the Indian nationals, who did not have a condition of regular stay in the country, were deported from the Toluca City International Airport on a Boeing 747 aircraft to New Delhi.

Government plans pillars for ‘Loktantra Senanis’ in district headquarters

The BJP government is looking to construct ‘Vijay stambh’ or victory pillar in each district headquarters across India to honour people who were jailed during the Emergency. The moves comes after Cong-led states stopped pension for such 'senanis'.
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Government plans pillars for ‘Loktantra Senanis’ in district headquarters

The BJP government is looking to construct ‘Vijay stambh’ or victory pillar in each district headquarters across India to honour people who were jailed during the Emergency. The moves comes after Cong-led states stopped pension for such 'senanis'.

Fewer Indians applying, say 48% of US business schools

Reflecting a global trend, just 45% of Indian students who took GMAT sent their scores to US business schools this year, down from 57% for courses that started in 2015, shows data released by the Graduate Management Admission Council. Half of the internationa
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Fewer Indians applying, say 48% of US business schools

Reflecting a global trend, just 45% of Indian students who took GMAT sent their scores to US business schools this year, down from 57% for courses that started in 2015, shows data released by the Graduate Management Admission Council. Half of the international students with GMAT scores who did not apply to the US said the bleak chance of obtaining a job there impacted their decision.

Ratul Puri laundered Rs 8k crore, ED says in chargesheet

ED on Thursday filed a chargesheet against Ratul Puri, nephew of Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath, and his company Moser Baer for alleged money laundering and bank fraud. Moser Baer and its directors and promoters stand accused of misusing and misappropriating mo
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Ratul Puri laundered Rs 8k crore, ED says in chargesheet

ED on Thursday filed a chargesheet against Ratul Puri, nephew of Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath, and his company Moser Baer for alleged money laundering and bank fraud. Moser Baer and its directors and promoters stand accused of misusing and misappropriating money they borrowed from nearly 30 banks and other financial institutions for business purposes.

40 years on, Chennai-Jaffna flight restarts

Sri Lanka President M Sirisena inaugurated the Jaffna International Airport, which was redeveloped at Rs 1,950 million (Sri Lankan rupee) of which India funded Rs 300 million (Sri Lankan rupee). An Alliance Air flight from Chennai touched down to mark the com
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40 years on, Chennai-Jaffna flight restarts

Sri Lanka President M Sirisena inaugurated the Jaffna International Airport, which was redeveloped at Rs 1,950 million (Sri Lankan rupee) of which India funded Rs 300 million (Sri Lankan rupee). An Alliance Air flight from Chennai touched down to mark the commencing of commercial operations at the airport after a gap of 40 years following the LTTE-led civil war in the island nation.

Digvijaya not even dust of Savarkar’s feet: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

“Digvijaya Singh should visit Andaman and Nicobar to see the Cellular Jail where Veer Savarkar was detained by the British Rule. He was punished for two lives. His real brother was detailed in the next cell for many years, but he was not aware. In the jail
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Digvijaya not even dust of Savarkar’s feet: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

“Digvijaya Singh should visit Andaman and Nicobar to see the Cellular Jail where Veer Savarkar was detained by the British Rule. He was punished for two lives. His real brother was detailed in the next cell for many years, but he was not aware. In the jail, Savarkar wrote and sang bhajans playing fetters to pray for Mother India. Digvijaya is not even the dust of Savarkar’s feet,” said Chouhan in reply to the Congress leader’s remarks.

Nitish to lead NDA in 2020 Bihar assembly polls: Amit Shah

Speculations about the BJP-JD(U) alliance in Bihar suffering yet another split were put to rest on Thursday with Amit Shah stating that the NDA will contest the assembly polls under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. The statement may also come as a disappointme
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Nitish to lead NDA in 2020 Bihar assembly polls: Amit Shah

Speculations about the BJP-JD(U) alliance in Bihar suffering yet another split were put to rest on Thursday with Amit Shah stating that the NDA will contest the assembly polls under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. The statement may also come as a disappointment to the opposition Grand Alliance which had been expecting a break-up among the alliance partners.

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