Pakistan rejects allegations of cross-border infiltration by India

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By Hamza Ameer Islamabad-- Pakistan has categorically rejected an allegation levelled by India, accusing Islamabad of cross-border infiltration, counter-accusing New Delhi for practicing what it...

Two Lashkar terrorists killed in gunfight in J&K’s Budgam

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Srinagar-- The two terrorists, who were killed in a gunfight with the security forces on Tuesday outside district court in Central Kashmir's Budgam district,...

Shiv Sena’s Mahadeshwar is Mumbai’s new Mayor

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Mumbai -- Senior Shiv Sena leader and former college Principal Vishwanath P. Mahadeshwar was on Wednesday elected the 76th Mayor of BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation,...

Cheetahs from Namibia to land in Jaipur on way to new MP home

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Jaipur-- Cheetahs will be seen running again in India after 70 years, with India set to get eight of the big cats from Namibia. A...

Sena MP assaults Air India staffer, FIR filed

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New Delhi -- Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad on Thursday repeatedly assaulted an Air India official with a sandal here after he was forced...

Alwar Rajagopalan Named President of Time Inc. India

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NEW YORK--Time Inc. has named Alwar Rajagopalan President of Time Inc. India. Rajagopalan, a finance and accounting veteran and former Vice President of Business...

India issues new requirements for refund of cancelled air tickets

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New Delhi-- The government has issued regulatory norms with regard to the minimum requirements for refund of airline tickets. According to the Civil Aviation Requirement...

India playing role in shaping global agenda, says Sushma Swaraj

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New Delhi-- External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday said that India was now playing an important role in shaping global agenda and listed...

Modi hard sells India, Ivanka for equitable laws for women

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By Mohammed Shafeeq Hyderabad--A three-day international summit of entrepreneurs started here on Tuesday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi hard selling India and inviting investors from...

Google to train 8,000 Indian journalists on fact-checking

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New Delhi-- To guard journalists from falling prey to false news stories, Google India on Tuesday said it will provide training to 8,000 journalists...
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