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‘FILING FIRS HAS BECOME FASHIONABLE'
Activists and experts feel that India’s freedom of expression is shrinking day by day, and it’s time we stop blowing up trivial issues by marginalising the real issues
Do Not Ignore Seasonal Swellings
Are you suffering from painful, itchy swollen fingers or toes? Worry not, you are one of the many who experience this occurrence in the winters, particularly on days when there is little sunshine.
Five - Star - Speechless Siraj Rises Above Tears, Jeers
Being in hard quarantine in a foreign land while grieving the loss of a family member can be soul-crushing.
After Multiple Cases, Tandav Cast Apologises
Police team leaves for Mumbai to question five persons named in the FIR at Lucknow
Mamata To Contest From Suvendu's Fortress
UPPING her game in the upcoming West Bengal elections, Trinamool Congress supremo and chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said she would contest from Nandigram against her once trusted lieutenant Suvendu Adhikari, who joined the BJP last month. It was Nandigram, the epicentre of farmers’ movement, that propelled her to power 10 years ago.
Congress, Left Begin Talks Over Bengal Seats
No agreement in first round of talks as Left Front rejects Cong demand for 130 seats; leaders say deal this month
More Tourists Flocking To Statue Of Unity Than Statue Of Liberty: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday flagged off eight trains connecting Gujarat’s Kevadia, where the Statue of Unity of Sardar Patel is located, to different regions of the country.
Farmers Slam NIA Summons To Supporters Of Protest
The protesting farmer unions on Sunday condemned the government for trying to disrupt their agitation by misusing central agencies like the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
‘One-Fourth Of Population May Be Already Infected'
Survey suggests over hundred million were infected by September
Moved By Son's Death, Road Safety Trainer Works To Reduce Ambulance Response Time
THE loss of his son because of a delay in getting medical care inspired 31-year-old Shiv Om Singh to train and help others save their near and dear ones.