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    Techie jumps to death from apartment in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: A techie committed suicide by jumping from an apartment building in information technology cluster Gachibowli here, police said. P Raghuram, 35, who was working with Infosys, took the extreme step after coming out of the office along with his wife Sridevi, who also works in the same company. According to police, Raghuram, who was suffering from bipolar disorder, went on top of nearby...

    • an hour ago
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    45-50 terrorists, including suicide bombers, training at JeM Balakot facility: Sources

    NEW DELHI: Eight months after Indian Air Force (IAF) bombed the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist camp in Pakistan's Balakot, intelligence agencies have received inputs that 45-50 hardcore terrorist including suicide bombers are being trained there. "Around 45-50 suicide bombers are training inside the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist camp in the Balakot...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    50 Shiv Sena activists join CPI (M) in Maharashtra before Assembly election

    MUMBAI: Over 50 leading young Adivasi leaders of the Shiv Sena in the villages of Ambesari and Nagzari in Dahanu tehsil of Palghar district in Maharashtra decided to join and work for the victory of CPI(M) candidate Vinod Nikole in this Assembly election. CPI (M) is hopeful of a favourable result in the constituency of Dahanu which is an Adivasi majority region. The...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    IAF action against 6 officers in Mi-17 chopper crash, 2 to face court-martial

    NEW DELHI: Two Indian Air Force (IAF) officers will face court-martial for the Mi-17 chopper crash in which six of its personnel were killed due to friendly fire by own missile system on February 27 over Srinagar. Four other officers will also face administrative action in the case including two Air Commodores (equivalent to Army Brigadiers) and two Flight Lieutenants...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    Second note ban? RBI stops printing of Rs 2000 notes; move intended to curb flow of black money

    NEW DELHI: Latest report suggests that the Reserve Bank of India has stopped the printing of Rs 2000 notes. The revelation was made by the RBI in a reply to an RTI query. It is learnt that the move to stop the printing of Rs 2000 notes is intended to curb the flow of black money. Meanwhile, reports also suggest that the high-value notes will be soon...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Post-paid mobile phone service returns to Kashmir

    SRINAGAR: Services of all post-paid mobile phones were resumed on Monday across the Kashmir Valley after it was suspended on the intervening night of August 4 and August 5 ahead of the scrapping of Article 370. The resumption of mobile phone service was a major move to lift the communication blockade in Kashmir. This brought back smiles on people's faces. "We are really very happy that...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Men complain of stomach ache, doc prescribes pregnancy test

    RANCHI: A doctor in Jharkhand prescribed pregnancy test to two young men in Chatra district after they complained of stomach pain. Besides pregnancy test, Mukesh Kumar, a government hospital doctor, also asked Gopal Ganjhu and Kameshwar Janhu to undergo tests for HIV and haemoglobin. Following this, the two men complained against the doctor to Arun Kumar Paswan, the civil surgeon of...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    8900 kg of explosives seized in Hyderabad; two held

    HYDERABAD: A total of8,900 kg of explosive material meant for stone-crushing industries was allegedly unloaded illegally at a stone-crushing unit and dumped negligently here, in violation of the Explosives Act, police said. Two persons have been arrested in this connection, they said Based on specific information, a raid was conducted on the unit on October 12 and two vehicles containing the...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    'Voting for BJP will be like dropping nuclear bomb on Pak': BJP leader's remark sparks controversy

    MUMBAI: BJP leader and Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Monday sparked a controversy by stating that voting in favour of the BJP will be like 'dropping of a nuclear bomb on Pakistan'. The statement was made by Maurya while he was campaigning for the BJP candidate in Thane. "By pressing the lotus symbol,...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Zakir Naik's speeches radicalized 127 people arrested for ISIS links: NIA

    NEW DELHI: National Investigation Agency IG Alok Mittal on Monday said that a majority of 127 people, who were arrested for having links with ISIS, have been radicalized by the speeches and videos of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. The revelation was made by Mittal during a conference of anti-terror teams on Monday. Out of the 127 people arrested for suspected...

    • 21 hrs ago

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