Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, greets newly appointed Chief Minister of Maharashtra state Devendra Fadnavis. Photo: AP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves during the 'Run for Unity' at Rajpath. Photo: PTI

A. Raja at the Patiala House courts complex in New Delhi on Friday. — PTI

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Nitin Gadkari (right) greets Maharashtra chief minister-designate Devendra Fadnavis in New Delhi on Thursday. PTI

BJP President Amit Shah with Maharashtra Chief Minister- designate Devendra Fadnavis after a meeting in New Delhi. PTI

British defence secretary Michael Fallon (centre) speaks with military officers as he visits the India Gate war memorial. -AP

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Myanmar’s Parliament will consider amending the country’s Constitution which currently bars Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi from becoming President ahead of crucial elections next year, an official

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In a move replete with political symbolism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually lessened the significance of Indira Gandhi’s death anniversary by marking October 31 as the birth anniversary of anot

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Left fuming by the West Indian cricketers' mid-series pullout due to a pay dispute with their Board, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has slapped damages claim worth Rs 250 crore (USD

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The BJP did go over the top when the party’s first chief minister in Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, took oath of office on Friday along with nine Cabinet colleagues at the head of a minority governme

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