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Chhattisgarh Governor dead Chhattisgarh Governor dead RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh Governor Balramji Dass Tandon died here on Tuesday, Chief Minister Raman Singh said.
Pakistan Army plants 2 million trees Pakistan Army plants 2 million trees ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Army has simultaneously planted 2 million trees in a campaign aimed at increasing greenery across the country, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced on Tuesday.
Centre declares Eid holiday on August 23 NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday announced a change in the holiday for Eid-ul-Zuha, saying that central government offices located in the national capital will remain closed on August 23 in place of August 22.
Rupee hits record low against US dollar Rupee hits record low against US dollar MUMBAI: Fears over a rise in global protectionist measures, along with a strong US economy, dragged the Indian rupee to a fresh intra-day low of over 70 against a US dollar during the pre-afternoon hours on Tuesday.
Referendum 2020 was a no-show, has no support: Punjab CM Referendum 2020 was a no-show, has no support: Punjab CM CHANDIGARH: Terming a rally held by a Sikh organisation in London as a "no-show and a damp squib", Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Monday that the event has "exposed total lack of ground support for (pro-Khalistan) Referendum 2020 even outside India".
England's Rashid acheives rare feat England's Rashid acheives rare feat LONDON: England rode on an all-round effort to cruise to an innings and 159-run win over India in the Lord's Test, but there was one man in leg-spinner Adil Rashid, who achieved a rather dubious record of being part of a winning outfit without any contribution.
Pakistan frees 30 Indian prisoners Pakistan frees 30 Indian prisoners ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday released 30 Indian prisoners, including 27 fishermen, in a goodwill gesture ahead of the country's Independence Day.
Bridge blown up in '71 war restored in Punjab Bridge blown up in '71 war restored in Punjab FEROZEPUR(PUNJAB): A strategically important bridge in Punjab's Ferozepur district was on Sunday dedicated to the nation by Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman -- 47 years after the old one was blown off in the 1971 India-Pakistan war.

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Man arrested for trying to hoist Tricolour in Srinagar Man arrested for trying to hoist Tricolour in Srinagar SRINAGAR: A man was arrested on Tuesday while trying to hoist the national flag here in order to avoid a commotion, police said.
MP court gives death sentence for sodomy-murder of minor MP court gives death sentence for sodomy-murder of minor BHOPAL: A Madhya Pradesh court has awarded death sentence to a man for abducting, sodomising and murdering a 10-year-old boy in Datia district.
Chhattisgarh Governor dead Chhattisgarh Governor dead RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh Governor Balramji Dass Tandon died here on Tuesday, Chief Minister Raman Singh said.
Rajinikanth politically immature: Jayakumar Rajinikanth politically immature: Jayakumar CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Fisheries Minister D.
Jharkhand to cancel licence of 7 children's homes run by Missionaries of Charity Jharkhand to cancel licence of 7 children's homes run by Missionaries of Charity RANCHI: The Jharkhand government will cancel the licence of seven children's homes run by Missionaries of Charity in Ranchi, said an official on Tuesday.
Kerala cancels Onam celebrations over flood Kerala cancels Onam celebrations over flood THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In view of the worst devastation in nearly a century suffered by Kerala due to rains and floods, the government on Tuesday cancelled this year's Onam celebrations, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan announced.
Taliban militants overrun Afghan Army base, 17 soldiers killed Taliban militants overrun Afghan Army base, 17 soldiers killed AFHGHANISTAN: At least 17 Afghan soldiers were killed after Taliban militants overran an Army base in the northern part of the country following a three-day intense fighting, officials said on Tuesday.
Government officer shot dead in Patna Government officer shot dead in Patna PATNA: Unidentified assailants on Tuesday forced their way into a senior government officer's residence here and shot him dead, police said.
Pakistan Army plants 2 million trees Pakistan Army plants 2 million trees ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Army has simultaneously planted 2 million trees in a campaign aimed at increasing greenery across the country, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) announced on Tuesday.
5 killed in Pakistan court firing 5 killed in Pakistan court firing ISLAMABAD: At least five people were killed and three injured in a firing inside a tribal court in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa district on Tuesday.
Madras HC orders CBI probe into Tuticorin police firing Madras HC orders CBI probe into Tuticorin police firing CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the police firing in Tuticorin in which 13 people were killed on May 22.
I pleaded for burial space at Marina: Stalin I pleaded for burial space at Marina: Stalin CHENNAI: Opening up on the subject publicly for the first time, DMK leader M.
Hackers transfer Rs 94 crore from Pune's Cosmos Bank Hackers transfer Rs 94 crore from Pune's Cosmos Bank PUNE: Suspected hackers siphoned off Rs 94.
BSF, Rangers exchange sweets on Pakistan I-Day BSF, Rangers exchange sweets on Pakistan I-Day CHANDIGARH: The Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistani Rangers exchanged sweets on Tuesday on the international border in Punjab on the occasion of Pakistan's 72th Independence Day.
DMK Executive Committee pledges support to Stalin DMK Executive Committee pledges support to Stalin CHENNAI: The DMK's Executive Committee on Tuesday made it clear that the party was solidly behind its Working President M.
Centre declares Eid holiday on August 23 NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday announced a change in the holiday for Eid-ul-Zuha, saying that central government offices located in the national capital will remain closed on August 23 in place of August 22.
Chhattisgarh Governor on life support Chhattisgarh Governor on life support RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh Governor Balramji Dass Tandon was put on life support here early on Tuesday after his health condition turned critical, hospital sources said.
SC to hear plea against dilution of AFSPA SC to hear plea against dilution of AFSPA NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will hear on August 20 a plea against the dilution of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act that gives immunity to military personnel from prosecution for their actions in disturbed and insurgency-hit areas.
I am married to Congress, says Rahul I am married to Congress, says Rahul HYDERABAD: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday remarked that he is married to the party.
Incessant rains cause landslides in Karnataka Incessant rains cause landslides in Karnataka BENGALURU: Torrential rains up to 30 cm lashed Karnataka's coastal and south interior districts, causing landslides and disrupting normal life, officials said on Tuesday.
Nun abuse case: Kerala Police questions bishop in Punjab Nun abuse case: Kerala Police questions bishop in Punjab JHALANDER: Kerala Police on Tuesday questioned Bishop Franco Mulakkal of the Roman Catholic Diocese here in Punjab following allegations of sexually abusing a nun, an official said.
Man arrested after car crash outside UK Parliament Man arrested after car crash outside UK Parliament LONDON: A man was arrested on Tuesday after he crashed his car into security barriers outside the UK Parliament, injuring a number of pedestrians.
India's WPI eases to 5.09% in July India's WPI eases to 5.09% in July NEW DELHI: India's annual rate of inflation based on wholesale prices eased to 5.

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Capt Amarinder Singh expressing inability to act against Bikram Majithia exposes SAD-Congress nexus Capt Amarinder Singh expressing inability to act against Bikram Majithia exposes SAD-Congress nexus CHANDIGARH: The statement by Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh showing his inability to act agaisnt former SAD minister Bikram Singh Majithia for his alleged involvement in drug racket has led to political storm in the state and also dismayed the Congress Ministers and MLA's demanding to put Majithia in Jail.
RSS factor triggers war of atrition between BJP and SAD Would SAD break its alliance with BJP after Akal Takht edict against RSS-the mentor of BJP ? RSS move to celebrate Guru Gobind Singh anniversary triggers major controversy and Sikh protests

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