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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday welcomed the Election Commission\'s decision to announce assembly poll dates for Jammu and Kashmir and also called upon the voters of the state to give
A deputy of freedom fighterNetajiSubhash Chandra Bose, an \"old friend\" of Pandit JawaharlalNehru and a former Indian ambassador, A C N Nambiar, has beendescribed as a Soviet spy.
Eighty-two chairmen and advisors ofdifferent organisations and institutions enjoying minister ofstate rank in Uttar Pradesh were today sacked by ChiefMinister Akhilesh Yadav with immediate
Jammu and Kashmir Chief MinisterOmar Abdullah, who had reservations against the holding ofassembly polls in the state soon, today said there was noquestion of not contesting the elections and
Jammu and Kashmir Chief ElectoralOfficer (CEO) Umang Narulla today said 99 polling stationsneed to be relocated in the wake of last month\'s devastatingfloods for the smooth conduct of
BJP planning fake votes in Delhi: AAP  (25 October 08:15 pm) 
Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal Saturday said that he had been informed that a top BJP leader had directed his party legislators to get at least 5,000 fake votes in each constituency to win the
In a boost to domestic defence manufacturing, the government Saturday cleared a proposal to manufacture six submarines worth Rs.50,000 crore in India.
Keeping up the tradition, a\'battle\' was fought at Gautampura, around 55 kms from here,between two groups from neighbouring villages, as part ofDiwali festivity, in which 75 persons received
India today decided to buy 8,356Spike anti-tank guided missile and 321 launchers from Israelfor Rs 3,200 crore, rejecting US offer of Javelin missilesthat Washington was lobbying hard for.
Schedule for Kashmir assembly election  (25 October 07:15 pm) 
The following is the phase-wise schedule for the assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir:
Amidst growing voices accusing theunion government of trying to \"impose\" Hindi through thestate-run radio service, All India Radio today said it was\"committed to conserve, enrich and promote
New Delhi/Thiruvananthapuram, RSS todaydissociated itself from a controversial article published inits Malayalam mouthpiece that Nathuram Godse should havetargeted Jawaharlal Nehru
New Maharashtra govt likely next week  (25 October 06:46 pm) 
The new BJP government in Maharashtrais likely to be sworn in on October 29 or 30, party sourcessaid here today.
Defence projects worth a whoppingRs 80,000 crore were today cleared by the government whichdecided that six submarines will be made indigenously andover 8,000 Israeli anti-tank guided
Union Transport and HighwaysMinister Nitin Gadkari today rode into a controversy when hewas caught on camera entering RSS headquarters here on hisscooter without wearing a helmet in violation
Terming the Prime MinisterNarendra Modi\'s visit here today as apolitical, Shiv Sena saidparty president Uddhav Thackeray was not scheduled to meet himin Mumbai or even in the national capital
Crib deaths at West Bengal\'s Malda Medical College and Hospital continues unabated with three more babies dying since Friday to take the toll to 18.
Scores of Hindu devotees recently gathered on a river bank in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, to light over one lakh earthen oil lamps and prayed for world peace and prosperity of citizens.
Writer B. Gopalakrishnan, whose article on Nathuram Godse in the RSS mouthpiece \'Kesari\' has created a political storm, defended his writing here on Saturday by saying that he had been misquoted
Thousands of devotees gathered in Budgam to commemorate the death anniversary of Sufi saint Sheikh Noor-ud-din Wali at his shrine in Budgam district on Friday.
Following the announcement of the dates for the Jharkhand assembly polls, political parties here are gearing up for the election.
Hundreds of thousands of people in this Hindu holy city - and now Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s parliamentary constituency - in Uttar Pradesh are eagerly looking forward to Sunday, to a time for
Delhiites celebrate brother-sister bond  (25 October 06:15 pm) 
Delhiites, like many across the country, Saturday celebrated \"Bhai Dooj\", a festival that marks the bond of love between brothers and sisters.
Five-phased assembly elections would be held in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand, beginning Nov 25 and ending Dec 20. By-elections to three Delhi assembly constituencies would be held Nov 25. Counting