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Detained in Jammu and Kashmir: Three former CMs, ex ministers, MLAs, Mayor

While there are talks within the government on easing the security clampdown in the state after the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, there is no official word yet on when the detained leaders will be released.

Swachh China: Trash cans with facial ID and reward points

Pilot project in Beijing locality: Rewards include eggs, salt, toilet rolls, detergent.

Law topper skips event to protest Supreme Court’s handling of CJI charges

Surbhi Karwa cited the manner in which sexual harassment allegations made by a female employee at the Supreme Court against CJI Ranjan Gogoi was handled by the court as the reason for not wanting to receive the award from the CJI.

Karnataka phone tapping: CM B S Yediyurappa wants CBI to probe

The decision was taken by Yediyurappa, who is the lone member of the state cabinet, following directions from the BJP high command, party sources said.

PM Economic Advisory Council: Need to set up GST Council-like body for public spending

The Prime Minister’s Office and the Finance Minister have been meeting various stakeholders over the last week to discuss the slowdown which is adversely impacting various sectors now.

For good governance, awards for best district magistrates go to…

The biennial awards celebrate the finest work done by district magistrates across the country — the women and men at Ground Zero of governance, who script change that touches countless lives.

Haryana poll campaign: Hooda says Congress has lost its way, backs govt move on Article 370

With Haryana set to go to polls in October, Bhupinder Singh Hooda's supporters have been putting pressure on the party high command to make him the state party chief, replacing incumbent Ashok Tanwar.

Talks with Pak only on PoK: Rajnath Singh in Haryana

‘Pakistan wants to break India... no reason for talks till it ends terrorism’.

Jammu and Kashmir: In security lockdown, lessons from 2016 Wani killing protests

In the 10-day period after the removal of Article 370 by contrast, only 45 security personnel were injured, and 18 vehicles were damaged.

Landlines back in parts of Kashmir Valley, some movement curbs relaxed

Kashmir has been under an unprecedented communication blackout since August 5, the day the Centre moved to end the special status of the state.

Freedom’s become an avenue to spew venom on those who are different, says Justice Chandrachud

Delivering his nearly 50-minute lecture before a room packed with prominent members of the legal, theatre and art fraternity, he said the “lived experiences of oppressed communities” are often excluded from mainstream art.

Part of 19th century jail wall dug up at hospital in Delhi

The portion of the underground wall, with arches, is now surrounded by red bricks, muddy water and tarp.