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Suicide by two sisters in Badaun?

Putting to rest all speculations regarding possible “honour killing” of the two sisters in the infamous Badaun case, the CBI has claimed that the sisters had allegedly committed suicide.

Weapons upgrade for anti-terror operations

In a bid to launch a major anti-terrorism offensive, the Narendra Modi government has on the eve of the 26/11 attacks decided on a specific time-bound upgradation of sophisticated weapons and technolo

High turnout in Jammu and Kashmir gives fresh boost to BJP hopes

With the unprecedented voter turnout in the first phase of the Assembly elections in J&K, the saffron camp in New Delhi seems all charged up.

AAP in UP completes 2 years, splits into two

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that celebrated its second foundation day on Wednesday has almost split into splinters in Uttar Pradesh.

Is Rashtriya Lok Dal no longer with UPA?

Is the Rashtriya Lok Dal still a part of the UPA or not? The RLD leaders would prefer not to answer this question.

Tamil Nadu boost: Khushboo joins Congress

Khushboo with Congress leader Mukul Wasnik during a press conference after she joined the party in New Delhi. Asian Age

Actor-politician Khushboo on Wednesday joined the Congress. After meeting party chief Sonia Gandhi, she said the Congress is the only party which can keep India united.

Won’t rest till last account identified, says Arun Jaitley

Asserting that the government was on the right track in its efforts to bring back ill-gotten money stashed abroad, finance minister Arun Jaitley said Wednesday, replying to a debate in the Rajya Sabha

Omar Abdullah warns against early celebration

J&K CM Omar Abdullah arrives to file his nomination papers from Sonwar in Srinagar on Wednes-day. 	— PTI

Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday cautioned against projecting the huge voter turnout recorded in the first phase of the state Assembly elections as a defeat of separatists w

Structured talks unlikely soon: Pakistan

Amid continued strain in bilateral ties, Pakistan said Wednesday it did not see any prospect of having structured talks with India in the near future, and made it clear the ball was in India’s court o

Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister on May 26, 2014, and has clearly won the sprint when his government completes six months in office on November 26.

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