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Rabindranath Tagore 159th birth anniversary: From VP Venkaiah Naidu to Amitabh Bachchan, Twitterati celebrates Nobel laureate
Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.
BJP holds protest in West Bengal's South Dinajpur after govt denies Yogi Adityanath permission to land chopper
Yogi Adityanath and state BJP president Dilip Ghosh were scheduled to address two "Ganatantra Bacaho Rallies" at Balurghat in South Dinajpur district and Raiganj in North Dinajpur district.
'No one killed Sohrabuddin and Justice Loya, they just died': Rahul Gandhi reacts to acquittal of 22 accused by special CBI court
A day after 22 accused in gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case were acquitted by a special CBI court, Congress president Rahul Gandhi Saturday said "no one killed him" and he "just died".
Only seven women MLAs in new Karnataka Assembly even as number of women voters increased from 2013 elections
Women representation continued to remain in single digit in the 224-member Karnataka Assembly, though results on Tuesday showed a marginal increase in their number to seven in the new house from six who entered the house after the 2013 elections.
Union Cabinet approves 55% hike for Members of Parliament: Monthly allowance of MPs set to increase by Rs 40,000
The monthly allowances of Members of Parliament (MPs) are all set to increase by Rs 40,000 per month, with the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approving up to 55 percent hike.
Demonetisation anniversary: CPI, RJD, 18 other parties to observe 'Black Day' in Bihar on 8 November
The CPI will participate in the protest along with 18 other like minded parties on 8 November, the day demonetisation
BJP accused Ahmed Patel of having "deep relations" with a Gujarat hospital where an alleged Islamic State operative worked before his arrest
Instead of cleaning Taj Mahal, Yogi Adityanath should clean BJP, RSS leaders' minds says Asaduddin Owaisi
"Sweeping or cleaning Taj Mahal is not required. That is being done.
Ehud Olmert released from prison on parole: Serving time for corruption, ex-PM of Israel's jail time reduced by one-third
Israeli ex-prime minister Ehud Olmert was freed from prison on Saturday after being granted parole in a corruption case that reduced his sentence by a third.
Agitating SAD-BJP MLAs take seat as Amarinder Singh warns of 'revealing' names who got sand contracts
Opposition SAD and BJP MLAs, who disrupted Punjab Assembly proceedings on Friday by storming the Well and raising anti-government slogans, went back to their seats after Chief Minister Amarinder Singh "warned" of revealing names who have got sand mining contracts
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday exuded confidence that the BJP-Apna Dal alliance would form the next government in Uttar Pradesh while the ruling Samajwadi Party, the Congress and the BSP were "merely trying to salvage their face."
The Vatican on Wednesday voiced "concern" over US president Donald Trump's executive orders to build a wall on the US-Mexican border and impose a travel ban on nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries
India will ramp up spending on rural areas, infrastructure and fighting poverty, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said as he unveiled his annual budget on Wednesday, adding the impact on growth from the government's cash crackdown would wear off soon.
Shocked to find nearly Rs 100 crore in her Jan Dhan account in a Meerut branch of a state-run bank, a woman on Monday sought the PMO's intervention after the bank officials did not attend to her complaint and kept asking her to come some other time.
The line up is specially curated to allow artists of varying genres to perform original music with equal importance, lending Nariyal Paani a distinct vibe.
Mamata Banerjee also claimed that almost 90 people have died due to hardships following demonetization of high value notes.
Jayalalithaa's home, Veda Nilayam bears a close resemblance to its owner; there are portions that visitors and guests have never been privy to, much like the emotional recesses in her mind that no one else was aware of
Jayalalithaa was erroneously declared dead, by two of Pakistan's largest Urdu papers on Monday morning.
Burdened with heavy school bags, a 12-year-old student from neighboring Chandrapur district in Maharashtra is all set to stage an agitation here to highlight the plight of thousands of children like him who carry a load of 5-7 kg on their shoulders daily to attend classes.
The separatism movement in Sindh used to be a burning issue in the 1970s but in the last two decades it has died down.