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PM Modi returns after successful SAARC meet  (28 November 09:48 am) 
During his visit to Kathmandu, Prime Minister Modi also had bilateral interactions with leaders of six SAARC member nations.
India has become the first country to initiate the process of formulating standardizsed clinical guidelines for managing extra-pulmonary tuberculosis.
The TOI report on Tata Memorial Hospital asking the government to include 12 key cancer medicines in the national list of essential medicines was raised in Rajya Sabha on Thursday.
Over 16,000 homeless: Centre  (28 November 07:46 am) 
Delhi has about 16,600 homeless people, including children, and the capital has 184 night shelters which can accommodate 14,584 people, the urban development ministry informed Rajya Sabha on Thursday.
We\'ll come back in 2019. The antiincumbency factor did the Congress in as it was in power for the past 10 years.
According to a government submission based on latest report on waste to energy, only 19% of the garbage generated is treated while the total collection is only 68.14%.
The government on Thursday assured Rajya Sabha that the rural job guarantee scheme won’t be diluted and there was no ambiguity about its intention.
TMC questions SBI loan to Adani group  (28 November 08:15 am) 
Trinamool MP Derek O’Brien on Thursday raised the issue of one billion dollar loan to Adani group during Zero Hour, calling it the “latest example of crony capitalism”.
Railway minister Suresh Prabhu has promised to delegate more powers to heads of zonal and divisional railways to ensure speedy implementation of projects.
Ahmedabad couple's videos leaked from city  (28 November 07:48 am) 
Cyber cell authorities of the Ahmedabad crime branch have traced the cellphone number to Pune from which pictures and videos of intimate moments of a couple from Ahmedabad were uploaded.
Travelling on the first semi-high speed train ‘Gatiman Express’ between Delhi and Agra is set to cost you 25% more than the elite Shatabdi train on the same route.
The state government is in the process of preparing a memorandum that would be submitted to the central government to seek Rs 4,500-crore assistance to tackle the drought situation in Maharashtra.
Taking a vacation is never too much of a problem with employees in Pune. A survey shows that 70% of bosses in companies based in the city are supportive of them taking vacations.
In a first, the state has introduced an integrated system to help the Yerawada central prison maintain electronic records of its 3,500 inmates with least possible paper work.
All India Railwaymen Federation, one of the biggest employees’ unions of the state-run transporter, has threatened to go on indefinite strike if the railways moves ahead with its plan to allow 100%
The government on Thursday informed Rajya Sabha that India\'s investment in science and technology was much less than that of China, South Korea and the US.
Newly appointed rural development minister Chaudhary Birender Singh took a dig at his former party on Thursday as he asked it to introspect why a “hero” like him was forced to become a “tragedy
Gold-ornament snatchers are getting bolder by the day, resorting to intimidation and physical aggression to shock victims before divesting them of their valuables.
The minimum temperature in the city dropped to 11.7 degrees C on Thursday, a degree below normal.
‘Act against builders, not buyers’  (28 November 07:48 am) 
Developers of illegal buildings should be punished and buyers compensated, consumer activists said here on Thursday.
Man given clean chit for Ebola is critical  (28 November 07:48 am) 
A 31-year-old construction worker from Purandar taluka in Pune district, who arrived from an Ebola-hit African nation recently, has suffered a multi-organ failure and is fighting for life at Sahyadri
Showcased until now for its ‘growth and development’, Gujarat is now finding a routine mention in the story of illegal constructions unfolding on Pune city’s fringes.
Parliamentarians on Thursday expressed concern that the rabi crop was facing ruin because of shortage of urea, urging the government to urgently intervene to defuse the crisis.
Suresh (Bhaiyyaji) Joshi, the powerful general secretary and No. 2 in pecking order of the RSS after chief Mohan Bhagwat, will be lecturing all ministers of the BJP government in Maharashtra on
The BJP-led Haryana government has found irregularities in the process of recruiting teachers during the previous Congress regime.