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Over 60 villages flooded in UP's Bahraich district after Nepal releases water into rivers
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Over 60 villages flooded in UP's Bahraich district after Nepal releases water into rivers

Accordig to district officials, over 1.50 lakh people in Kaisarganj, Mahsi and Mihipurva tehsils of Bahraich have been affected while 171 houses have been damaged

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury  reappointed as chairperson of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee
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Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury reappointed as chairperson of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee

Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has been reappointed as chairperson of the Parliament's public accounts committee (PAC), the Lok Sabha Secretariat said on Tuesday.

Rafale row: Prashant Bhushan tells Supreme Court CAG gave redacted pricing detail for the first time in history
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Rafale row: Prashant Bhushan tells Supreme Court CAG gave redacted pricing detail for the first time in history

It is for the first time in CAG's history that it has given redacted pricing to Parliament in the Rafale fighter jet deal, activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan told the Supreme Court

AAP to release Lok Sabha candidates' names for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana by 15 Jan; decision on alliance later
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AAP to release Lok Sabha candidates' names for Delhi, Punjab, Haryana by 15 Jan; decision on alliance later

Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) Delhi unit convener Gopal Rai on Wednesday said that a decision on the alliance will be taken later on by the party's Political Affairs Committee (PAC)

Parliamentary panel slams Delhi Police, MHA for delay in commissioning CCTVs in high security areas
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Parliamentary panel slams Delhi Police, MHA for delay in commissioning CCTVs in high security areas

A Parliamentary panel has pulled up the Delhi Police and the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for delay in commissioning of CCTV surveillance system in high security areas in the national capital

Daily bulletin: Swearing-in ceremony for new CMs in Rajasthan, MP, Chhattisgarh; Opposition likely to rake up Rafale row in Parliament; day's top stories
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Daily bulletin: Swearing-in ceremony for new CMs in Rajasthan, MP, Chhattisgarh; Opposition likely to rake up Rafale row in Parliament; day's top stories

Daily bulletin: The Rafale debate will continue as Parliament meets on Monday during the ongoing Winter Session; swearing in ceremony for Congress chief ministers in three states after landslide victory; day's top stories

After Centre seeks 'factual correction' in SC's Rafale verdict, The Telegraph runs 'handwritten' headline resembling scratched out note
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After Centre seeks 'factual correction' in SC's Rafale verdict, The Telegraph runs 'handwritten' headline resembling scratched out note

Playing on the BJP-led government deeming the recent Supreme Court verdict on the Rafale deal a "clean chit.", The Telegraph on Sunday sported a banner headline resembling a scratched out handwritten note.

Rafale verdict: Centre seeks 'factual correction' in SC judgment, claims court misinterpreted reference to CAG report
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Rafale verdict: Centre seeks 'factual correction' in SC judgment, claims court misinterpreted reference to CAG report

The government clarified in the Supreme Court affidavit that in its report to the CAG, the Centre had only cited the procedure followed in the Rafale deal and had not submitted pricing details of the jets.

PAC chief Mallikarjun Kharge says CAG report on Rafale cited in SC order doesn't exist, claims govt lied in apex court
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PAC chief Mallikarjun Kharge says CAG report on Rafale cited in SC order doesn't exist, claims govt lied in apex court

Unfazed by the Supreme Court verdict on the Rafale deal, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Friday maintained that corruption had taken place in the contract which he asserted will be proved by his party and claimed that the basis of the court judgement is a CAG report that has neither been seen by anyone, nor shared with Parliament's Public Accounts Committee.

1987 Hashimpura massacre: Delhi High Court reverses trial court order, sentences 16 former PAC personnel to life
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1987 Hashimpura massacre: Delhi High Court reverses trial court order, sentences 16 former PAC personnel to life

A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Vinod Goel reversed a trial court's verdict which had acquitted the accused.

Ashutosh quits AAP updates: Former party member calls it a 'day of independence' for ex-journalist
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Ashutosh quits AAP updates: Former party member calls it a 'day of independence' for ex-journalist

Ashutosh quits AAP LIVE updates: AAP's Delhi unit spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said Ashutosh's resignation has not been accepted yet and he has been asked to reconsider it

Ashutosh quits Aam Aadmi Party citing 'personal reasons'; party's PAC yet to accept resignation
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Ashutosh quits Aam Aadmi Party citing 'personal reasons'; party's PAC yet to accept resignation

Senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Ashutosh announced his resignation from the party citing "personal reasons". He announced his decision to quit in a tweet on Wednesday morning.

TDP leader CM Ramesh elected to Parliament's Public Accounts Committee, gets united Opposition vote
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TDP leader CM Ramesh elected to Parliament's Public Accounts Committee, gets united Opposition vote

TDP MP CM Ramesh was elected to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament on Monday after the Opposition unitedly voted for him.

Kerala best-governed state while Bihar ranks lowest, shows Public Affairs Index 2018 report
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Kerala best-governed state while Bihar ranks lowest, shows Public Affairs Index 2018 report

Kerala stands as the best-governed state in the country and Karnataka is in the fourth position, said the Public Affairs Index 2018 released by the think tank Public Affairs Centre (PAC).

Aurangabad violence: Curfew imposed in Bihar district as administration sleeps over flaring communal tensions
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Aurangabad violence: Curfew imposed in Bihar district as administration sleeps over flaring communal tensions

Communal violence broke out in Aurangabad district of Bihar for the third consecutive day on Monday as authorities failed to contain the rising tensions.

Kasganj violence: RAF, PAC intensify vigil; 80 arrested in strife-torn city in Uttar Pradesh
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Kasganj violence: RAF, PAC intensify vigil; 80 arrested in strife-torn city in Uttar Pradesh

More than 80 persons were arrested while Rapid Action Force (RAF) and Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) personnel intensified vigil on Sunday in strife-torn Kasganj which continued to be tense

In wake of border skirmishes with China, troops to learn Chinese, ITBP to get 50 new LAC posts: Rajnath Singh
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In wake of border skirmishes with China, troops to learn Chinese, ITBP to get 50 new LAC posts: Rajnath Singh

The government is considering building 50 more ITBP posts along the India-China border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday.

Bofors case: CBI tells parliamentary panel that it was not allowed to approach Supreme Court by then govt
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Bofors case: CBI tells parliamentary panel that it was not allowed to approach Supreme Court by then govt

CBI has told a parliamentary panel that it was denied permission from the then Central govt to approach the SC against a 2005 Delhi HC order in the Bofors guns case.

Uttar Pradesh floods: Death toll rises to 104; over 28 lakh across 24 districts affected
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Uttar Pradesh floods: Death toll rises to 104; over 28 lakh across 24 districts affected

Uttar Pradesh's floods woes continued as the toll rose to 104 with one more death