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'Chidambaram's arrest daylight murder of democracy': Congress

A day after former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram was arrested, the Congress party in a press conference held here on Thursday called it a 'broad daylight murder of democracy'.

Govt opens THESE peaks for foreign nationals

Now foreigners can do trekking and mountaineering at Mount Kailash and Kangchenzunga along with other 135 mountains as Centre has opened them up for foreigners.

PM Modi begins three-nation trip to France, UAE & Bahrain

Ahead of his visit to France, the UAE and Bahrain, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the engagements will strengthen India's relations with time-tested friends and help explore new areas of cooperation.

BJP MLA's daughter Sakshi Misra gets her marriage registered in Bareilly

The Bareilly couple, whose elopement and marriage made headlines last month, has quietly returned to Bareilly.

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh seeks Bharat Ratna for hockey legend

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking Bharat Ratna - the highest civilian award of the country - for ailing triple Olympic hockey gold medallist Balbir Singh Senior.

Now women in Kerala can drive govt vehicles

In a welcome move, the Kerala government on Wednesday decided to appoint women drivers in government departments and public sector undertakings.

Chidambaram, arrested in INX media case, spends a quiet night at CBI headquarters

Former Union finance minister P Chidambaram spent a quiet night in the CBI guest house on the ground floor of the agency headquarters after his dramatic arrest from his posh residence in the INX media corruption case, officials said on Thursday.

Crackdown on MNS ahead of Thackeray's ED appearance

ours before Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) President Raj Thackeray appears before the Enforcement Directorate, Mumbai Police launched a crackdown on key party functionaries to prevent them from creating any ruckus, here on Thursday morning.

India refuses to renew agreement with Pakistan, stops sharing hydrological data

India has refused to renew its 1989 agreement with Pakistan of sharing hydrological data during flood season. Now Pakistan would be provided with the information on “extraordinary discharges and flood flows”.

PM Modi to embark on 3-nation visit to France, UAE & Bahrain today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave on a three-nation visit to France, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain today.

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