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It was the first time an Indian PM spoke about sea disputes on a tour to Japan, which is engaged in an island dispute with China.
88% crack IIT-JEE in their first attempt  (02 September 03:48 am) 
The entrance exam to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) has never had so many candidates who cracked the gruelling exam on the first attempt: 88% candidates qualified in the first shot this
Joint statement indicates that ‘Shinkansen’ system could soon connect Ahmedabad to Mumbai.
In further shame for Visva-Bharati, another girl complained on Monday that she was sexually exploited by a senior.
At Atena Ghat, where the two minor cousins allegedly raped and murdered in Katra Shahdatganj village of Badaun on May 27 are buried, the flood waters have receded, and the Ganga now flows about five
Both sides guilty of atrocities in Iraq: UN  (02 September 03:46 am) 
Both Islamist fighters and, to a lesser extent, Iraqi government forces have killed civilians and committed atrocities in three months of fighting, a senior UN official said in an emergency debate on
Promoting Uttar Pradesh’s potential as an investment destination, the trade delegation from Uttar Pradesh met officials of the Netherlands Agro Food and Technology Centre (NAFTC) in Amsterdam on
The Samajwadi Party on Monday urged the Election Commission to ban BJP MP from Gorakhpur, Yogi Adityanath, from campaigning for the September 13 byelections to 11 assembly constituencies and the lone
Sonia, on a two-day tour of her constituency, went door-to-door through villages like Tanda, Rahwan, Bheetargaon and Bakuliha, where the common refrain was inflation, apart from power and water crisis
Special CBI judge Madhu Jain dismissed Tejinder Singh’s bail application and sent him to judicial custody till October 20.
Alagiri files plea to quash FIR against him  (02 September 03:47 am) 
When the matter came up for admission on Monday, the petitioner\'s side told the court about the background the petition.
This is the claim of trustees of Patan based Gajanand Mandal, a trust established more than 100 years ago.
It was a mixed feeling at the Rameswaram fishing jetty on Monday morning as fishermen ventured into the sea after a 38-day strike.
The Centre yesterday told the Supreme Court that the government was prepared for the eventuality of cancellation of all coal block allocations since 1993.
The Centre yesterday told the Supreme Court that the government was prepared for the eventuality of cancellation of all coal block allocations since 1993.
Conventional wisdom suggests breakfast is the most important meal of the day. No one has proposed that it be the most expensive. Certainly not at Denny’s — America’s \"fast casual\" pancake house
HC stays toll hike on Jaipur highway  (02 September 02:46 am) 
Justice M N Bhandari has directed the NHAI and the contractor to file an affidavit within seven days.The next hearing is on September 10.
Battered roads give goosebumps to citizens  (02 September 02:46 am) 
Huge craters, potholes and flood water triggered chaos on city roads on Monday morning. With the heavy rains for the past few days, most road stretches became unmotorable and people were found
Warangal Chenchus’ tryst with city life  (02 September 02:46 am) 
About 80 families of the Chenchu tribe from Chennapur village in Regonda mandal and Jadalapeta (Bhavusinghpally) in Chityala mandal for the first time travelled to Warangal city to ‘see how a town
The state forest department is compiling a manual of plant species for different categories of land where the government aims to plant 230 crore saplings in the next three years as part of the
Fire rule setback to gain in building height  (02 September 02:46 am) 
Almost a year after Delhi Development Authority increased the cap on height of residential buildings from 15 metres to 17.5 metres, no one has benefited from the new policy.
RTI activist Chandra Mohan Sharma, in trying to fake his own death, burnt an unsuspecting homeless vagabond alive after he failed to strangle him, police claimed on Monday at the end of his remand
Ending months of suspense, the Chandrababu Naidu government on Monday decided that Andhra Pradesh’s new capital will be built in and around Vijayawada.
Ending months of suspense, the Chandrababu Naidu government on Monday decided that Andhra Pradesh’s new capital will be built in and around Vijayawada.
An 18-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted from West Bengal on August 17 was found dead in a hotel room in central Delhi on Saturday.