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MP to import coal worth Rs 574 crore  (26 October 12:04 pm) 
Madhya Pradesh government has decided to import coal worth Rs 574 crore for its power plants.This decision comes at a time when the state has not been able to utilize its quota of coal allocated by
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lauded handwashing record created in Madhya Pradesh on October 15.
Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday was sworn in as the chief minister of Haryana by governor Kaptan Singh Solanki.
Illinois joined New York and New Jersey in imposing mandatory quarantines for people arriving with a risk of having contracted Ebola in West Africa, but the first person isolated under the new rules,
After more than two months of air strikes, a US-led coalition has prevented the fall of a northern Syrian town to Islamic State jihadists but is still struggling to halt the group\'s advances on other
Blog: Can Congress bounce back from No. 3?  (26 October 10:47 am) 
Nine people were killed and 17 others injured after a bus fell into a trench in Kaliabor, Assam.
Nine people were killed and 24 others injured after a bus fell into a trench in Kaliabor, Assam.
With the ongoing tension over violation of ceasefire and continuous firing by Pakistan at the Jammu and Kashmir area, sweets were not exchanged between the border guards of both countries, during this
Days after a 27-year-old Shiv Sena worker was killed for intervening in a fight between two groups, assistant inspector Prasad Pitale and sub-inspector Nitin Khairnaar from the Dindoshi police station
Those driving on Indian streets often fly into a road rage but these days, incidents of pilots getting into fights in the cockpit have become a reason for growing concern. The reason is rivalry, say
 BJP chief ministerial candidate Devendra Fadnavis and union transport minister Nitin Gadkari, who has caused rumblings within the party because of his supporters’ strident demands he be made
Spurt in hand, foot, mouth disease  (26 October 07:47 am) 
Children are vulnerable to a relatively new viral infection called hand, foot and mouth disease, warn doctors. Doctors say the number of cases has almost doubled compared to last year.
Cong slams Gadkari for helmetless ride  (26 October 07:15 am) 
A helmetless Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari rode a two-wheeler to the RSS headquarters in Nagpur on Saturday for his meeting with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat.
An artist's crusade against moral policing  (26 October 06:15 am) 
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi acknowledges the power of a free media, it is instructive to look back at Indian media\'s first liberated star — Raja Ravi Varma, 19th century painter and agent
A woman murdered the three-year-old son of her lover in Vellore to take revenge on his wife for humiliating her in public about the illicit relationship.
5 held for stealing cash, mobile  (26 October 05:47 am) 
Five people were arrested for waylaying a resident of Tambaram and stealing cash and mobile phones from him recently.
Nokia unions all set for Monday meet  (26 October 05:47 am) 
The various labour unions of mobile maker Nokia are gearing for the meeting involving the management and labour department assistant commissioner in Sriperumbudur on Monday.
The high rate of suicides by students admitted to professional courses under management quota in Puducherry, death of 41 students in three years and the fact that the Union territory\'s suicide rate
Jaffna students awed by sights in TN  (26 October 05:47 am) 
They learnt about the origins of Kancheepuram idlis, got acquainted with the legacy of Tamil warriors, including Rani Velu Nachiyar, who fought against the British even before the 1857 revolt, and
Residents of Mogappair East could be the first in the city to watch a film in an Amma theatre or shop at an Amma weekly flea market. Corporation officials are scouting various areas to identify land
The unpredictable climate over the past few weeks has resulted in an increase in the number of eye infections, especially conjunctivitis, say city ophthalmologists. Eye clinics in the city see a
A private school in Madipakkam declared a holiday on Saturday after it received a bomb threat. The call was traced to Kiribati, an island nation in the central Pacific Ocean. Parents rushed to the
A car belonging to a banker has been reported stolen from the parking lot of a star hotel in Chromepet.
A week of rain has left the city battered and bruised, but the Chennai Corporation council that met on Saturday did not deem it important enough to discuss how to fix broken roads and combat flooding.