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    AP council of ministers to deliberate on Amaravati

    Amaravati: The Andhra Pradesh Council of Ministers and the Legislature will meet one after the other here on Monday to decide the fate and the future of the state capital. There is widespread anticipation on what is in store for the state, already suffering from the pangs of bifurcation since 2014, as the Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy government is firm on carrying out its new plans for 'comprehensive,...

    • 16 min ago
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    Prince Harry expresses 'great sadness' at royal split

    London: Britain's Prince Harry expressed 'great sadness' on Sunday at he and his wife Meghan being stripped of their royal titles as part of a historic separation settlement with the Queen. But he said he saw no other way out but to give up his royal role in search of 'a more peaceful life' with his American former actress wife and baby son Archie. 'It brings me great sadness that it has...

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    Shabana Azmi is doing fine: Javed Akhtar

    A day after the ghastly road accident which left her SUV smashed, Shabana Azmi is doing fine at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Mumbai. On Sunday all essential medical tests were done and no seeming complications were reported. When inquired Javed Akhtar about his wife's health on Sunday morning, he replied, 'Don't worry. She is in the ICU but all the reports are positive. It seems there's no...

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    Telangana HC asks 5 questions over Chintakinda Kashim arrest

    Hyderabad: Expressing surprise that the police did not take action on Osmania University's assistant professor Chintakinda Kashim for four years before suddenly arresting him on Saturday, the Telangana High Court on Sunday directed the Advocate-General to file a counter-affidavit to explain the five points. The court asked the AG to explain the status of the investigation in two cases...

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    Provisioning to stay high for banks in Q3

    Mumbai: The pace of new bad loan formation for banks is likely to remain elevated for the quarter ended December 31, 2019 due to the recognition of lumpy corporates like Dewan Housing Finance Ltd, Reliance Home Finance and Reliance Commercial Finance, Suzlon Energy, CG Power & Industrial Solutions and some real estate companies. Banks have recognised DHFL and Cox & Kings as fraud and those that...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    Odisha youth beaten over rape attempt

    BHUBANESWAR: A youth was beaten black and blue for allegedly attempting to rape a married woman in Dabugaon area of Nabarangpur district. Later, the villagers handed over the youth to police, reports said on Sunday. As per reports, the woman along with her husband had gone to her parents' house in Olma village under Dabugaon police station limits. On Thursday evening, the woman's husband went to a...

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    Uddhav Thackeray calls meet, Shirdi bandh called off

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has called an urgent meeting on Monday to resolve the dispute that had arisen over the birthplace of Sai Baba after Shirdi observed a bandh on Sunday to protest his statement referring Pathri town in Parbhani district as the 'janmasthan' (birthplace) of the prominent 19th century spiritual figure. However, the bandh was later called off. As...

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    JP Nadda to take over as BJP chief today

    New Delhi: BJP working president J.P. Nadda is all set to be elected as its next national president on Monday, succeeding Amit Shah. He is expected to be elected to the post unopposed. Top party leaders, including Union ministers and those from states, are likely to arrive at the BJP headquarters to file nominations in support of Mr Nadda, who has long been seen as the choice of Prime Minister Narendra...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Bangladesh PM says CAA internal to India, calls it unnecessary

    New Delhi: In remarks which indicate Dhaka's concerns and will somewhat worry India, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said India's Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was 'not necessary' but termed it an 'internal matter' of New Delhi. 'We don't understand why (the Indian government) did it. It was not necessary,' Sheikh Hasina was quoted by news agency reports from...

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    Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches action plan

    New Delhi: Ahead of the Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday promised a set of promises — what he called a '10-point guarantee card' — to voters, offering free power, 24-hour drinking water on tap and a world-class education to every child. Along with it, he promised a clean environment, including a clean Yamuna and housing to every slum dweller. Talking to...

    • 9 hrs ago

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