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Jilted lover spikes girl's drink, rapes her, films the act and throws her off auto
Ghaziabad, Feb 19 (Agenciers): A Ghaziabad-based man allegedly raped a woman and filmed the entire act on video. The man has now been arrested by cops. On February 7, the accused along with two accomplices called the victim at a hotel, where she was served a cold drink laced with sedatives. After the girl lost consciousness, Mehtab raped her while the accomplices recorded the entire act on video, said station house officer (SHO), Sihani Gate, Vinod Kumar Pandey. The accused then threatened to release the video online if she did not marry him by changing her religion, the officer said. On February 15, accused Mehtab once again attacked the girl and snatched her mobile, before throwing her out of a moving auto. Next day, the victim lodged a complaint with the police. She further name...
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Caught on camera: Jeep rams into a motorcycle, family of three has a narrow escape
BANASKANTHA, Feb 18 (Agencies): A family of three had a narrow escape after a jeep rammed into a motorcycle in Banaskantha, Gujarat. A family of three, including a young kid and a woman, were on the motorcyle when it was hit by the car. The accident took place at around 4 pm in on February 18, 2018. The video shows that the car was at an extremely high speed when it hit the bike. It is not clear from the video whether the bike rider took a sudden turn from the divider break leading to the accident. It can also be seen that the car lost control and was about to hit the divider nearby, but managed to control the direction at the last minute. All the three family members were saved with minor injuries. Onlookers came to the rescue of the family and helped them get up from the ground. A ma...
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Rahul questions Modi's 'loyalty', asks where is the 'chowkidaar'
NEW DELHI. Feb 19 (Agencies): Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his silence after billionaire Nirav Modi, accused of a multi-crore fraud, fled India in early January. Taking a dig at the Central government, he claimed that the people want to know where is the PM who claimed to be the 'chowkidaar' of the country. Earlier, Rahul had taken potshots at the Prime Minister saying he spent two hours telling kids how to pass exams but "won’t speak for 2 minutes on the 22,000 crore banking scam". The Congress chief had also targeted Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over the issue, saying he "is in hiding". He also asked PM Modi and Jaitley in his Twitter attack to "stop behaving as if you’re guilty! Speak up". "PM Modi tells kids how to pas...
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BJP emerges victorious, Congress improves tally
GUJARAT, Feb 19 (Agencies): The results for the civic elections in Gujarat, which were held on Saturday, were declared on Monday. While the initial trends showed a neck-and-neck contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress, the picture got clearer when all trends came in. The trends for all 75 municipalities showed the BJP leading in 43 while the Congress was ahead in 25 seats. Interestingly, there has been a tie in three municipalities. Though the BJP has emerged victorious in the civic polls, its numbers have gone down since the last elections wherein it won 59 of the 75 municipalities in Gujarat. The Congress tally stood at 16 in the last elections, and the party has gained more than 8 seats this time. While the trends are out on all the seats, results for just 1...
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Army Chief, NSA and Foreign Secretary make a secret trip to Bhutan as China flexes its muscle in Doklam
NEW DELHI, Feb 19 (Agencies): Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval made a quick and discreet visit to Bhutan in early February where they held extensive talks with the Bhutanese leadership on several key and strategic issues. India is worried after an intelligence report warned that China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has been patrolling the areas which are held by the Royal Bhutan Army, say sources. Besides intrusive patrolling, the PLA is also believed to have held armed patrol in the areas held by Royal Bhutan Army at Lhariong, Sarithang, Sinchulumpa and Pangka La. The PLA is actively conducting reconnaissance sorties by fighter jets and helicopters over these areas and also in North Doklam. The PLA is consolidat...
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Budgam shortlisted for PM’s excellence award for promoting cashless economy
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BUDGAM, Feb 18: District Budgam has been shortlisted for Prime Minister’s excellence award in public administration for taking lead in the State for promoting the cashless economy. So far, under the supervision of Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Harun Malik, digital payments facility has been installed at 670 places across the district. The venues include 372 ration shops, 285 fertilizer shops and 13 Revenue (Tehsil) offices across Budgam, while as the district has also witnessed 800 percent increase in the collection of revenue of electricity bills through the digital mode during current fiscal. Pertinently, Budgam and Srinagar are the only two districts which have been shortlisted from the State this time for the excellence award. For the successful implementation of the digital paymen...
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Initiatives undertaken by PM in Agriculture sector Historic: DY CM
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KERALA, Feb 18: Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh today said the initiatives undertaken by the Prime Minister in the agriculture sector are historic which would ensure surge in the Agri produce resulting increase in the income of the farming community as well thereby uplifting their economic profile besides making the country self-sufficient in food production. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking at National Banana festival 2018 organized at Vellayani Devi Temple Ground in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Vice Chairman J&K State Advisory Board for Development of Kisans, Daljeet Singh Chib, local legislators, prominent scientists attended the festival. Deputy Chief Minister said that the farming community should take advantage of the modern technology in order to make the farming and...
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Modi, Trudeau must put human rights on bilateral agenda: AI
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NEW DELHI, Feb 16: In view of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's official visit to India, Amnesty International Friday asked the Prime Minister of Canada and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to address the human rights challenges in their respective countries and abroad. Amnesty International has urged Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to raise the threatened expulsion of Rohingyas from India during his upcoming visit here, along with issues like use of pellet guns in Jammu and Kashmir and justice to 1984 anti-Sikh riots victims. Ahead of Trudeau’s week-long India visit from Saturday, Amnesty has also written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to raise certain points related to human rights violation in Canada. According to a statement, Amnesty International Ind...
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'Hug PM Modi...steal 12000 cr': Rahul Gandhi tweets 'guide to looting India' over Nirav Modi fraud
NEW DELHI, Feb 15 (Agencies) : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over reports that billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi, who is under Enforcement Directorate scanner for a multi-crore fraud, has fled India. Taking potshots at the Modi, he tweeted a 'guide to loot India'. Rahul tweeted: "Guide to Looting India by Nirav MODI 1. Hug PM Modi 2. Be seen with him in DAVOS Use that clout to: A. Steal 12,000Cr B. Slip out of the country like Mallya, while the Govt looks the other way." Earlier in the day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had also hinted at the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) role in the fraud. "Is it possible to believe that he (Nirav Modi) or Vijay Mallya left the country without active connivance of BJP govt?," the Aam Aa...
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Decoding messages received from aliens could destroy life on Earth, warn scientists
New Delhi, Feb 15 (Agencies) : As space agencies around the world are putting in every effort to search for alien life, two scientists have warned that messages sent by aliens could destroy life on Earth if not read carefully. As per the scientists, aliens could ruin life on Earth merely through their messages – they don't even have to be present on the planet. In the academic paper titled 'Interstellar Communication. IX. Message decontamination is impossible', the two researchers from the University of Hawaii and Sonneberg Observatory in Germany have discussed the way we might read and understand a message received from space. They found that it would be impossible to figure out how dangerous the contents of a message might be without opening it, therefore it would be safest to simply...
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Goa minister calls domestic tourists 'scum of the earth', Manohar Parrikar says 'point highlighted is right'
PANAJI, Feb 15 (Agencies) : Days after Goa Town and Country Planning Minister Vijai Sardesai called domestic tourists visiting the coastal state the "scum of the earth", Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar defended him saying he was talking about a particular incident but was not able to convey himself correctly. He said Sardesai was referring to an incident of a tourist urinating from a bus window, the video of which had gone viral on the social media. "He (Sardesai) should not have used very harsh words. I have spoken to him about it. He was not wrong in what he was highlighting. But he interpreted it in a wrong way or rather, he was not able to express it correctly," Parrikar said, adding that the minister, corrected his statement later. However, he added that politicians need to be caref...
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Haryana's 63-year-old CM ML Khattar rides a bullet to Amit Shah's Jind rally
Jind, Feb 15 (Agencies) : BJP national president Amit Shah on Thursday kick-started a mega motorcycle rally in Haryana's Jind district on Thursday, which was earlier cleared by National Green Tribunal (NGT) court. According to reports, Shah was clicked riding a bike on his way with party workers to the 'Yuva Hunkar Rally' venue in Jind. The BJP chief is later expected to address the “Yuva Hunkar Rally” which will also be attended by over 1 lakh bike-borne BJP supporters. Interestingly, ahead of the mega rally, Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar on Wednesday rode a motorcycle to review preparations for the rally and later tweeted a photo of the same. The Haryana Chief Minister also urged the Jat agitation leaders to withdraw their protest against the rally. The Jat leaders had been pr...
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Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani train gets a makeover under Indian Railways Operation Swarn
New Delhi, Feb 15 (Agencies): Passengers on the Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express are in for a delight as the Indian Railways has introduced new coaches for the superfast air-conditioned train under Operation Swarn. The new coaches have been equipped with LED screens to display iconic Indian buildings like Rashtrapati Bhawan. The drapes for the windows have also been refurbished. They are lighter in colour and printed in design. The usual white hand towels have also been replaced with blue towels that are bigger in size. The white sheets for the berths have also been replaced with printed sheets. Among the many new features are vinyl wrapped anti-graffiti interiors, new paint scheme and LED lights. Reports said that the bogies have been equipped with premium quality mirrors, new dustbins,...
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Modi dithering on Kashmir: Rahul
NEW DELHI, Feb 13 (Agencies): Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hit out at the PDP and BJP for continuing with their "opportunistic alliance" in Jammu and Kashmir even as soldier paid the price "with their blood." Rahul also slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "dithering" even as terrorist launched attacks on Army camp in Jammu and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for voicing divergent views on dealing with Pakistan. BJP Defence Minister says 'Pakistan will pay the price'. While our soldiers pay with their blood for BJP/PDP's opportunistic alliance and non-existent Kashmir policy; Modi Ji dithers," Rahul said on Twitter. Lamenting on the differences between the ruling partners, Rahul said that while on one hand, PDP was batting for ...
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Lashkar convict’s escape
NIA to seek custody of 4 accused
NEW DELHI, Feb 13 (Agencies): An Inspector General (IG) rank officer of the National Investigation agency (NIA) is leading a 10 member probe team to Kashmir to investigate the dramatic escape of Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT) terrorist Naveed Jatt alias Abu Hanzala from Srinagar's Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS). The escape aided by Hizb terrorist resulted in killing of 2 cops on February 6. Sources in the anti-terror probe agency told India Today that a part of the team is already in Kashmir Valley, while the rest of the team including the investigating officer will be reaching Srinagar on Wednesday. On Monday, the agency registered a case in the matter. The NIA intends to approach the local court to take custody of the four accused who are currently in police custody of the Jammu Kas...
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Any Indian misadventure to be paid in its own coin: Pak
NEW DELHI, Feb 13(Agencies):A day after India blamed Pakistan for the recent terrorist attacks in Army and CRPF camps in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan, on Tuesday, warned that any Indian aggression will be met with an equal and proportionate response. “Pakistan will pay India in its own coin in case of any Indian misadventure,” Khan said. “Any Indian aggression, strategic miscalculation, or misadventure regardless of its scale, mode, or location, will not go unpunished and shall be met with an equal and proportionate response.” On Monday, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had said Pakistan “will pay for this misadventure” that has killed six soldiers and a civilian. Security forces also killed three militants. Sitharaman had said that India has comp...
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5th war with Pak no solution to peace in Kashmir: Farooq
NEW DELHI, Feb 13 (Agencies): As thousands of Kashmiris turned up on Tuesday to bid farewell to Subedar Mohd Ashraf Mir, who was killed in the attack by Jaish-e-Mohammad on an Army camp in Sunjuwan area of Jammu, former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah said that Kashmiris are fed up of the endless cycle of violence and the only way to attain peace in the state is dialogue. In an exclusive interview with India Today, the National Conference (NC) MP said that despite repeated failures in attaining peace in the violence-torn state, dialogue is the only way to move forward. We have had four wars with Pakistan. Is a fifth war another way to move forward? he asked. We cant stop talking; we have to find a way forward. We might be able to find a solution. When asked how to stop the cycle of ...
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Rajnath reviews J&K security situation with NSA, IB officials
NEW DELHI, Feb 13 (Agencies): For the second consecutive day, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday reviewed the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, where two terror attacks in three days left 10 people, including 6 army men, dead, an official said. During a half an hour meeting, the home minister took stock of the prevailing situation in the troubled state, which saw an attack on an army camp in Jammu and a gunfight between security forces and militants in Srinagar. The home minister stressed the need for immediate action to check infiltration attempts from across the border, the home ministry official said. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and chief of intelligence agencies attended the meeting. Rajnath Singh was briefed about the steps ta...
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CPM rules out electoral alliance with Cong
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NEW DELHI, Feb 13: The CPM unveiled its draft political resolution on Tuesday ruling out an electoral understanding or alliance with Congress or be part of any national coalition for the Lok Sabha polls while keeping open options to have ties with regional parties in states. The battle within the party is now moving to another level, with warring factions led by general secretary Sitaram Yechury and his predecessor Prakash Karat trying to consolidate their position before the Hyderabad Party Congress in April. Yechury's supporters are planning to use the two-month window to move amendments in the Party Congress and garner support for their line of keeping options open to have an understanding with the Rahul Gandhi-led Congress. The Karat-led faction had managed to trounce their efforts...
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Delhi courts frames terror charges against Bhatkal, aide
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NEW DELHI, Feb 13: A Delhi court on Tuesday framed conspiracy and other terror charges against Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his associate in a case related to the September 2008 serial blasts in Delhi that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured. Additional Sessions Judge Siddharth Sharma put Bhatkal and his associate Asadullah Akhtar on trial for various offences punishable under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Explosive Substances Act. The present case relates to the twin explosions at Greater Kailash-I in South Delhi where nine people were injured in the twin blasts at the M-block market. The charges framed by the court include criminal conspiracy (120B) punishable under Indian Penal Code, various sections ...
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