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Murder-accused husband of MLA visits House, BJP slams Congress

Police have announced a reward of Rs 25,000 on Govind’s head and yet he roamed about freely at the Assembly premises where the home minister and senior police officers were present, Rameshwar Sharma said.

Over 25,000 cops, CCTVs, drones to secure Gujarat Rath Yatra on July 4

The Rath Yatra will traverse a distance of 14 kilometres and will have three chariots, 19 elephants, 100 trucks, 30 troupes and seven motorcars.

First set of charges in ‘bribes for loans’ scam

The CBI has filed its first chargesheet in the multi-crore ‘bribes for loans’ scandal it busted.

In Bhutan, teachers, medical staff will now be highest paid civil servants

Explaining the improved pay scale, the report states: "The numbers of teachers involved in the hike are huge as there are 8,679 teachers, followed by the medical staff who number around 4,000".

‘Cyclone man’ Mrutyunjay Mohapatra appointed IMD chief

Mohapatra and his team at the Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD have earned praise for their accurate forecasts on cyclones, its wind-speed and likely impact on life and property including during the recent cyclone 'Fani', when their timely warnings enabled the authorities to ensure early evacuation of millions of people.

Target: Take it Easy

Could the right parenting lessons be behind the success of Rahi Sarnobat,the first Indian to win a World Cup gold in pistol shooting?

Pakistan hotel attack: Four killed as armed militants storm 5-star hotel in Gwadar port city, says police

A shootout between the militants and the security forces broke out at the hotel as the anti-terrorism force, the Army and the Frontier Corps were called in, Gwadar Station House Officer (SHO) Aslam Bangulzai said.

Indian man convicted in Dubai for hacking 15 client websites

According to official records, the defendant, who worked as a computer programmer with the media company, resigned and threatened to hack its client websites after 4,000 dirhams (USD 1,080) was deducted from his salary.

Sharad Pawar’s remark on Manohar Parrikar uncalled for, says Devendra Fadnavis

Addressing reporters in Kolhapur, Pawar had said on Saturday that since Rafale deal was not acceptable to Parrikar, he resigned from the post of defence minister and returned to Goa. BJP national president Amit Shah alleged that Pawar was spreading falsehood as his party’s fortunes were falling.

Teenage climate activist nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Thunberg, 16, has encouraged students to skip school to join protests demanding faster action on climate change, a movement that has spread beyond Sweden to other European nations.

Lankan Navy sinks Tamil Nadu fishermen’s boat, arrests four

The naval personnel chased the fishermen away and allegedly rammed their vessel into the fishermen's late Wednesday night and took four of them away to the island nation, they said.

The rising power of the Chinese worker

In China’s factories,pay and protest are on the rise. That is good for China,and for the world economy....