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AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya gets bail on 3rd attempt

AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya (Photo: PTI)

AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya, arrested in a case of alleged molestation, was on Wednesday granted bail by a Delhi court which said no purpose would be served by keeping him in judicial custody as investiga

Kareena Kapoor Khan choose Rohit Shetty over Ribhu Dasgupta, signs Golmaal 4?

Kareena has zeroed in on the 4th instalment of the comedy franchise.

The actress was in two minds between Rohit’s next and filmmaker Ribhu Dasgupta’s upcoming thriller.

MMRDA to prepare report to assess Metro PAP

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will prepare a social impact assessment report for identifying issues related to rehabilitation and project affected people (PAP) for the c

New education policy set to focus on weak students

In a bid to put a check on the dropout rate in schools and to improve the quality of education with special focus on the weakest students, the Delhi government on Wednesday announced a new education r

Laxman’s association with Kumble’s sports firm cost Shastri a job?

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The revelations raise serious questions on selection of Kumble and Laxman’s role in the procedure.

Karnataka CM’s convoy hampered ambulance, woman dies

A video of an ambulance getting stuck at a traffic junction stopped for the chief minister’s convoy to pass through on a busy highway in Hoskote snowballed into a major controversy on Wednesday after

Mines policy gets cabinet approval

The National Mineral Exploration Policy, which would enable auction of 100 blocks consisting mainly of gold and diamond on a revenue sharing basis through competitive bidding route, was cleared by th

Watch: Sonakshi Sinha packs a punch in Akira teaser

This is Sonakshi’s second film with the director.

‘Akira’ is said to be the Hindi remake of the hit Tamil film ‘Mounaguru’.

Bombay High Court grants week’s time for concrete security plan

The Bombay high court on Wednesday granted state a further one week’s time to chalk out a concrete plan to provide appropriate security to doctors in state- and civic-run hospitals in the state so tha

IIT tests in Saarc, UAE, but not Pakistan

The prestigious IITs, which will for the first time hold entrance tests abroad including in Saarc nations, will exclude Pakistan for the forthcoming year.

Great Britain, ironically, followed India last Friday by rejecting its long-held belief in an open economy with fiscal stability and competitiveness as the drivers of sustained growth.

K.G. Subramanyan was one of the most important figures in Indian art, particularly in the period after Independence.