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Pakistan Rangers indulge in heavy shelling in Jammu  

Pakistan Rangers on Sunday indulged in unprovoked heavy shelling at Indian positions along the international border in Kathua district here. ...  MORE»

PM Modi projects his govt as pro-poor, lashed out at critics  

On a day Congress held a rally to attack him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday projected his government as pro-poor and pro-farmers and lashed out at "perverted" critics for their "congenital habit" of ru ...  MORE»

AAP govt kicks off 'participatory budget' exercise  

The AAP government on Sunday kicked off its first "participatory budget" exercise amidst much fanfare and enthusiasm at a function attended by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in his deputy Manish Sisodia's Patpa ...  MORE»

Mayawati asks BSP leaders to donate a month's salary  

BSP supremo Mayawati on Sunday asked her party MPs and MLAs that instead of donating to the government, they should give as relief their one month salary directly to farmers affected by recent unseasonal rains  ...  MORE»

Sitaram Yechury elected new general secretary of CPI(M)  

The Communist  Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) on Sunday elected Sitaram Yechury as the new general secretary of the party. ...  MORE»

PM 'salutes' VK Singh; slams media for ignoring 'good work'  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was all praise for Gen (retd) VK Singh, who has faced attack from a section of the media over his "presstitutes" remark, as he hit out at the media for not highlighting the "good wo ...  MORE»

Two dead, 14 injured in Delhi fire  

Two people including a seven-year-old girl died and 14 others suffered burn injuries after a major fire broke out here on Sunday, fire officials said. ...  MORE»

Top Pakistani official urges India to resume talks  

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advisor on foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz has urged India to start the foreign secretary-level talks for resolving various issues, media reported on Sunday. ...  MORE»

Nuclear agreements would've huge impact: Modi  

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the agreements with France and Canada are big achievements and would have a huge impact in the coming days. ...  MORE»

Net Neutrality: Trai chairman says “shrill voices” will not help win debate  

As the uproar continues in favour of Net Neutrality, telecom watchdog Trai Chairman Rahul Khullar on Sunday said "shrill voices" will not win the debate and the concept is not "practiced strictly" even in count ...  MORE»

Abu Salem's aide arrested in Delhi  

A shooter associated with gangster Abu Salem has been arrested here, police said on Sunday. ...  MORE»

Steal of a deal: pocket a Mercedes for Rs 6.75 lakh  

The mother of all sales has begun in Delhi, thanks to an April 7 order passed by the National Green Tribunal that banned diesel cars more than 10 years old from the streets of the national capital. ...  MORE»

Rahul Gandhi shows strength with Kisan Rally at Delhi’s Ramlila Ground  

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi will address a ' Kisan Rally' at the Ramlila Ground in the national capital today, during which they are expected to target the Bharatiya Janata P ...  MORE»

PIL in High Court on church attacks in Delhi  

A PIL has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking protection of religious rights of Christians and a "court monitored SIT probe" into the recent attacks on churches in the national capital. ...  MORE»

Gujarat BJP MP showers cash at 'Bhagwat Katha' programme, says it's donation  

A controversy has erupted after a video clip went viral on Saturday,  purportedly showing a woman BJP MP showering currency notes on 'devotees' dancing at a religious-cum-community event at the famous Bhalka Ti ...  MORE»