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The electoral rolls of various assembly constituencies show a number of registered voters with different names fathers names and residential addresses but have one thing in common the photo of the
The BJP said it would go ahead with its rally in front of Victoria House in Kolkata to be addressed by party national president Amit Shah on November 30 despite the Kolkata Municipal Corporation KMC
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited the Rangpuri Pahadi slums in the city and warned the Centre against further such move saying if they want to use the bulldozer again let them
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited slumdwellers of Israeli Camp in Rangpuri Pahari near Vasant Kunj that was demolished by the forest department on Tuesday and dared the Delhi
France visa for Indians now in 48 hours  (28 November 12:47 am) 
In a bid to increase the number of Indian tourists to France the French government on Thursday made key announcements on visas and launched an app Chalo Paris for travellers
In the runup to US President Barack Obamas two day trip to the Capital in January Washington is sending a ninemember delegation headed by Puneet Talwar assistant secretary of state for
The World Trade Organization adopted the first worldwide trade reform in its history on Thursday after years of stalemate months of deadlock and a final days delay following an eleventhhour objection
Ending months of deadlock the World Trade Organisation on Thursday ratified a global deal to ease customs rules making it the first agreement in the multilateral trade bodys history
Shiv Sena may join government Fadnavis  (27 November 09:47 pm) 
Nearly a month after the Shiv Sena opted to sit in the opposition the Bharatiya Janata Party is preparing to welcome its former ally to join the Maharashtra government chief minister Devendra Fadnavis
Gen Mohammad Zahir Kabuls police chief says that gunfire onnbspThursday night took place in an area of Kabul where the First Deputy President Abdul Rashid Dostum has a heavily fortified compound
A large blast rocked Kabul on Thursday evening followed by gunfire in the Afghan capitals central district that houses many embassies and foreign compounds AFP journalists reported
US researchers closer to Ebola vaccine  (27 November 09:47 pm) 
Researchers in the United States reported Wednesday an experimental Ebola vaccine was found safe in first tests on humans and it was now ready for wider clinical trials
Government on Thursday insisted in Lok Sabha that it had never claimed that all the black money stashed abroad would be brought back within 100 days even as opposition continued to target it over the
Government on Thursday insisted in Lok Sabha that it had never claimed that all the black money stashed abroad would be brought back within 100 days even as opposition continued to target it over the
Protesters continued to hold scattered demonstrations including a group that rushed into City Hall in St Louis the city neighboring Ferguson Wednesday screaming Shame shame Police locked down the
Protesters continued to hold scattered demonstrations including a group that rushed into City Hall in St Louis the city neighboring Ferguson Wednesday screaming Shame shame Police locked down the
The news of Hughes death came like a bolt from the blue The 25yearold had been in an induced coma for two days after being struck by a bouncer from Sean Abbott at the Sydney Cricket Ground in a
Australia captain Michael Clarke held back tears as he read a statement on behalf of the Hughes family composing himself for long enough until he could make a hurried exit from a nationally televised
Australia captain Michael Clarke held back tears as he read a statement on behalf of the Hughes family composing himself for long enough until he could make a hurried exit from a nationally televised
Counsel for the petitioners have contended that the decision regarding selecting language should be left to the students and parents and government should not impose its decision on them especially in
Counsel for the petitioners have contended that the decision regarding selecting language should be left to the students and parents and government should not impose its decision on them especially in
Party MP Derek OBrien raises matter in Rajya Sabha claims five international banks had refused to fund the mining project in Queensland
A jawan was killed and three others injured Thursday after a fierce gunbattle broke out between security forces and militants who had sneaked into Arnia border sector while an infiltration bid was
An armyman was killed and three others injured Thursday after a fierce gunbattle broke out between security forces and militants who had sneaked into Arnia border sector during a foiled infiltration
A day before the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Jammu and Kashmirnbspthree Indian Army jawans and four militants were reportedly killed in a fierce gun battle near the international border