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Boy, 11, with leukaemia, writes to PM, UP CM

An 11-year-old boy from Agra, suffering from blood cancer, has writt-en to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav for financial assistance.

Naga rebel Isak Chisi Swu, 87, dies

 Isak Chisi Swu

Isak Chisi Swu, chairman of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah), or NSCN (I-M), died the way he lived — every inch the fighter.

Chinese: India West’s spoilt boy

In a clear message that China is sticking to its stand opposing India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and defending it as “morally legitimate”, a Chinese state-run daily on Tuesday taun

Tibetan sues for passport

A plea has been filed in Delhi high court by Lobsang Wangyal, a citizen of Tibetan heritage, highlighting the bureaucratic hurdles faced by Tibetan Indians while applying for an Indian passport, Mr Wa

Akalis launch huge PR effort to boost government image

Under constant attack from political opponents over the drug menace and other issues, the Akali government has come out with a massive advertisement campaign to counter the onslaught and restore the i

Female cabbie ends life over breakup with transgender

Veertha Bharathi, the city’s poster girl — she was the first female cab driver in the IT capital — took her own life after her relationship with her live-in lover soured, sources close to the couple t

BJP tightens noose, Subramanian Swamy avoids media

Subramanian Swamy addressing during the 'Meet the Press' programme organised by the KUWJ in Thiruvananthapuram: (Photo: PTI)

The BJP is set to take “strong action” against party MP Subramanian Swamy if he does not refrain from targeting party members and ministers.

Centre plans big anti-terror operation in Kashmir

Army persons take positions near the house where a Hizbul Mujahideen militant was hiding during encounter in Kupwara(Photo: PTI)

The government is expected to launch a major operational offensive against terror groups in Jammu and Kashmir due to increasing incidents of security forces being targeted in the Kashmir Valley.

17 MPs write to Modi for tough road safety rules

Modi releasing a book ‘The Birds of Banni Grassland’, presented by the Scientists of Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology- PTI

Concerned over about 400 deaths in road crashes every day, a group of parliamentarians on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention for urgent introduction of a strong road safety leg

Arvind Kejriwal is at it again, demanding a Brexit-style referendum on full statehood for Delhi.

In one of the most significant developments since the dawn of the new millennium, a majority of the electorate in the United Kingdom told their government they no longer wish to remain a part of the E