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Marriage rider on NRIs  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Delhi High Court has ruled that NRI couples must submit to the jurisdiction of Indian courts if they got married in India and one of them lives in the country while ordering a man to appear before it
Bangladesh foreign secretary Mohammad Shahidul Haque today praised the Narendra Modi government for seeking solutions to bilateral disputes \"quickly\", after his meeting with Indian foreign secretary
Economic Survey gaffe stuns Sangh  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The NDA government\'s economic survey has referred to a stalled airport project in Kerala as a live one, shocking the local Sangh parivar that sees its success in blocking the plan as a feather in its
Concrete diplomacy, brick by brick  (03 March 04:46 am) 
India\'s foreign office is hunting for real estate abroad on an unprecedented scale - and it is willing to spend more than the country\'s annual AIDS control budget on this shopping spree.
Citizenship Act tweak  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The Lok Sabha today passed a bill to amend the Citizenship Act, replacing one of the six ordinances the NDA government had issued.
Cuss words list nixed  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Prodded by Bollywood biggies, the information and broadcasting ministry today formally scrapped the list of cuss words banned by new censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani.
Pitch ready, players wait  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Cricket and politics have been mixing in India for decades now. After the BCCI elections today tossed up an \"apolitical\" Chennai cocktail, the question is whether cricket can make politicians mix
Kejri at centre of all-out war  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Just 15 days into government after a landslide win in Delhi, an all-out war has broken out in the Aam Aadmi Party with the battle-lines clearly drawn for and against Arvind Kejriwal, the face of the
Sangh ex-editor at book trust helm  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The human resource development ministry today appointed Baldev Sharma, former editor of RSS mouthpiece Panchjanya, chairperson of the National Book Trust.
Weigh-a-day pros and cons  (03 March 04:46 am) 
When trying to lose weight, it may be good to step on the scales daily, a team of US researchers has suggested.
Babies then, Bollywood posters now  (03 March 04:46 am) 
A BJP leader who was earlier with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has called for making a \"bonfire\" out of posters of Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan on Holi as the Bollywood troika, she claimed,
Waiter, there's a PM in my soup  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today blew into the Parliament canteen, joining a handful of star-struck MPs for a bite and chitchat.
Rajnath tries to clear air  (03 March 04:46 am) 
Home minister Rajnath Singh today dissociated the government and the BJP from Mufti Mohammad Sayeed\'s remarks that peaceful elections were possible in Jammu and Kashmir because of Pakistan, militants
Slaughter ban bill gets President nod  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The bill banning cow slaughter in Maharashtra, pending for several years, today received the President\'s assent, the state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said here.
Cong 'Adarsh' choice backfires  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The Congress high command has initiated the much-awaited process of change in the organisation but the new appointments have ended up creating more controversies.
House RSS ruckus  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The Rajya Sabha Opposition today slammed Chhattisgarh\'s BJP government for allowing employees to participate in RSS activities, terming the move \"politicisation of bureaucracy\".
Second thorn pricks BJP in two days  (03 March 04:46 am) 
The PDP today made the position of partner BJP more untenable as it termed the Afzal Guru hanging a travesty of justice, a day after Mufti Mohammed Sayeed thanked Pakistan and militant outfits for
The education department will table a bill that seeks to tighten the government\'s control of the higher education council at a time the Centre has promised to open the funds tap for higher education.
1 more held in Salkia murder  (03 March 04:45 am) 
Lalbahadur Shaw, an accused in the Arup Bhandari murder, was arrested from Dakshineswar on Monday morning.
In death, a space for dignity  (03 March 04:45 am) 
Calcutta got its third mortuary on Monday, a much-needed facility for the growing number of non-resident Calcuttans who leave the city for want of jobs and often miss seeing a departed family member
Bus routes rejigged  (03 March 04:45 am) 
Government buses plying in Calcutta will be run by the Calcutta State Transport Corporation (CSTC), while those running between the city and four neighbouring districts will be the Calcutta Tramway
Fake note racket  (03 March 04:45 am) 
The Special Task Force (STF) on Monday uncovered a racket in fake currency notes and seized counterfeit Indian currency notes with face value of more than Rs 10 crore.
Cheque fraud gang busted  (03 March 04:45 am) 
Calcutta police on Monday said they had busted an inter-state racket whose members accessed signed cheque leaves from a nationalised bank to prepare forged cheques and withdraw money from the accounts
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday claimed that Calcutta\'s waterlogging woes were a thing of the past, thanks to the Trinamul government and the Trinamul-run civic body.
Partha on maths syllabus  (03 March 04:45 am) 
Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Monday said the mathematics syllabus for Madhyamik could be reviewed after a CPM legislator complained in the Assembly that the new textbook for Class IX