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Slogans of “Jai Shri Ram” and “Bharat Mata ki jai” rose repeatedly as two ministers from Bengal took oath while a BJP ally stood up to ask where the Congress chief was.
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Indian and Pakistani community settled in England turned up in numbers to savour the rivalry in their backyard.
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Front Page: First they applauded her promises on hospital security, then they smiled with her and at the end she had them bursting into laughter with a playful comment. Log on to for the full…
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Discovering the pieces of an ordinary life and its not-so-ordinary ironies.
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Front Page: Doctors Strike comes to an end after Mamata's 'Mishti' (sweet) assurances. READ:
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OPINION | In India, public morality is linked to caste-based socialization that teaches us early in life to understand social events through normative preferences that are not standardized.
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Stand-up comedian talks about the many hurdles and inhibitions to satire.
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Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, actor Sunny Deol and Aam Aadmi Party's lone MP Bhagwant Mann were among the leaders who took oath as members of 17th Lok Sabha today.
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OPINION | This is a country where the largest source of livelihood is farming and where severe droughts are known to occur every eight to nine years.
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Morsi, 67, hailed from Egypt's largest Islamist group, the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, and was elected president in 2012.
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Dr Kafeel Khan highlights the double standards of the Indian Medical Association.
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The multi-vehicle patrol of the 44 Rashtriya Rifles was moving on Arihal-Pulwama road when the IED was detonated, injuring the personnel travelling in a bullet-and-mine-proof Casper vehicle.
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Remaining calm on the field has always been Rohit Sharma’s plus point, which goes a long way in helping his batting.
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The panel will establish a research centre in worst-hit Muzaffarpur to probe the cycle of the disease and the environmental, weather and other factors that might influence its outbreaks.
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Kollam resident Gokul Sreedhar, 23, has been flooded with congratulatory messages since he announced the marriage of his mother Mini Ayyappan to a retired army colonel.
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A dalit villager was charred to death, tied to his cot in the Patti area of Pratapgarh district.
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After two attempts, Pragya eventually took the oath without mentioning her name at all, which is unusual.
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This is the first time the BJP will have a working president, underlining the importance of Shah.
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Some Calcuttans have started a drive to save the Gurusaday Museum, but it is nothing short of a miracle that it is still open.
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