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Assembly resolves not to accept SC notice on Shobha De

The Legislative Assembly on Wednesday adopted a resolution not to accept the Supreme Court notice regarding breach of privilege to writer Shobhaa De.

AFSPA extended in ‘restive’ Nagaland

The Centre has declared entire Nagaland as a “disturbed area” as it finds that a “dangerous condition” prevails in the state and armed forces should assist the civil administration in maintaining law

CPM councillor’s house ransacked

A female CPI(M) councillor’s residence came under attack in Kasba early on Sunday.

Militants won’t allow pandits to resettle

‘Pak flag will continue to appear in Valley’

Docu leak case: CBI fails to file charges, 3 get bail

A CBI court on Tuesday granted bail to the three accused who were arrested by the CBI for allegedly possessing classified documents.

Car makers go into top gear

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Car companies started the new fiscal year on a good note with sales in top gear for Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda and Toyota in April.

26-year-old nabbed for rape of minor at Antop Hill

The police has solved the case of the rape of a five-year-old girl at Antop Hill on Tuesday, following the arrest

Rail unions oppose outsourcing of Annual Maintenance Contract

Central Railway (CR) unions have decided not to allot the Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for their 10 Seimens rakes and instead, have decided to maintain it themselves.

India seeks more say in peace ops

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New Delhi on Monday. 	— ASIAN AGE

India, which is one of the largest contributors to the UN peacekeeping missions, on Monday demanded a greater say from the United Nations in decision-making on UN peace-keeping missions.

For the love of frames

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The third edition of the Dharamsala International Film Festival (DIFF) in McLeod Ganj, from October 30 to November 2, will open with director and actor Rajat Kapoor’s brilliant Aankhon Dekhi, the story of 55-year-old Bauji, played by Sanjay Mishra, who lives with his joint family in Old Delhi in a cramped space hiding his aspirations and resentment. DIFF, the love child of long-time residents of Dharamsala, filmmakers Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, aims to showcase the best of independent cinema in the small Himachal town, and encourage local filmmaking.

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.