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Maoists kill 25 CRPF men in Chhattisgarh jungle ambush - Times of India


Times of India

Maoists kill 25 CRPF men in Chhattisgarh jungle ambush
Times of India
RAIPUR/NEW DELHI: Twenty-five CRPF jawans were slaughtered in one of the deadliest attacks by Maoist rebels on Monday. Around 300-400 Leftist insurgents ambushed and outgunned 99 troopers deployed to help with the construction of a road through ...
25 CRPF men killed as Maoists strike in Chhattisgarh, againDaily News & Analysis
300-400 Maoists ambushed securitymen in Sukma, CRPF says 'considerable' damage in retaliationHindustan Times
CRPF without a full-time chief for almost two months nowIndia Today
Oneindia -The Hindu -The Indian Express -Scroll.in
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Avoid shortcuts, ensure poor's welfare: PM Modi to Chief Ministers - Times of India


Times of India

Avoid shortcuts, ensure poor's welfare: PM Modi to Chief Ministers
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked BJP CMs to avoid "populist shortcuts" and concentrate on efficient delivery of welfare programmes that are intended to benefit the last man in the queue in keeping with his government's enhanced focus on ...
PETA urges PM Narendra Modi to ban meat at government eventsIndia Today
PM Modi likely to visit Israel in July first weekThe Indian Express
PETA urges PM Narendra Modi to ban meat from menus at government meetingsEconomic Times
Financial Express
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Photojournalist drops camera to save Kashmir girl: What's the line between profession and ethics? - Hindustan Times


Hindustan Times

Photojournalist drops camera to save Kashmir girl: What's the line between profession and ethics?
Hindustan Times
The image of AP photojournalist Dar Yasin running with the girl in his arms has gone viral.((Photo courtesy: Faisal Khan)). “There are no universal rules. You have to take a call depending on the situation at a particular time,” says a photojournalist ...
I sought a meeting with the PM on Kashmir, there has been no response: Yashwant SinhaThe Indian Express
Police earn rare praise for saving the situation in KashmirDaily News & Analysis
Girl students join protestsThe Hindu
Oneindia -Deccan Chronicle -Times of India -Calcutta Telegraph
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Hindi being 'promoted' as per Act: Rijiju - The Hindu


The Hindu

Hindi being 'promoted' as per Act: Rijiju
The Hindu
Faced with criticism that the Central government is unfairly imposing Hindi on non-Hindi-speaking States, the Union Minister of State for Home, Kiren Rijiju told The Hindu that the government was only promoting the language as per an Act of Parliament.
Stalin cleverly playing 'anti-Hindi' game in Tamil Nadu BJPDaily News & Analysis
Not imposing Hindi but promoting it: CentreTimes of India
Govt: Not imposing, but promoting HindiThe Indian Express

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Mehbooba invokes Vajpayee, calls for dialogue - Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

Mehbooba invokes Vajpayee, calls for dialogue
Daily News & Analysis
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday implored Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pick up threads from where former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee had left and contain 'motormouth' Bharatiya Janata Party ministers in Jammu and Kashmir ...
Mehbooba meets Modi, signals PDP-BJP alliance going strongTimes of India
'PM Modi appears amenable for talks'The Hindu
Kashmir unrest: Despite PDP-BJP ties under strain, partners to stick togetherHindustan Times
Business Standard -India Today -Economic Times -The Indian Express
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Soon, Aadhaar-like ID for cattle - Times of India


Times of India

Soon, Aadhaar-like ID for cattle
Times of India
NEW DELHI: All cows, their calves, oxen and bulls in the country will be tagged with a tamper-proof Unique Identification Number (UIN) to stop their smuggling, the Centre told the Supreme Court on Monday. Informing the court about the decision which ...
Cows to get unique identification numbers, tags with details of horn, tail: Centre's proposal to SCHindustan Times
Centre moots Aadhaar-like UID number for cowsDaily News & Analysis
Panel moots UID numbers for cowsThe Hindu

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Degree admission cutoffs to drop as boards junk spiking of marks - Times of India


Times of India

Degree admission cutoffs to drop as boards junk spiking of marks
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Thirty two education boards, including CBSE, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations and National Institute of Open School, agreed on Monday to do away with "spiking" of marks through "moderation". This is likely to bring down ...
Moderation system to endThe Hindu
CBSE scraps 'marks moderation', XII score to dropThe Indian Express

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Supreme Court issues notice to Defence Ministry on Sahayak system - India Today


India Today

Supreme Court issues notice to Defence Ministry on Sahayak system
India Today
The top court on Monday issued a notice to the Ministry of Defence on a plea seeking a ban on the Army's sahayak system. The petitioner was a journalist booked under Official Secrets Act in connection with the suicide of Lance Naik Roy Mathew, who ...
SC seeks Centre's response on 'misuse' of OSA, Army sahayaksThe Indian Express
Misue of Official Secrets Act: SC seeks centre's responseOneindia
Lance Naik's suicide: SC notice to Centre, Army over scribe booked under OSADaily News & Analysis

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Shah to start BJP's expansion drive from Naxalbari today - Times of India


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Shah to start BJP's expansion drive from Naxalbari today
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Continuing to push his party in new political geographies, BJP president Amit Shah will kick off the BJP's expansion drive from Naxalbari, the West Bengal village eponymous with left-wing extremism in the country. Apart from the Trinamool ...
Starting from Bengal, Amit Shah to launch BJP's expansion drive in Naxalbari on TuesdayHindustan Times
Amit Shah to kick-off BJP's expansion drive from West Bengal's NaxalbariFinancial Express
Amit Shah's Build-Up Drive For BJP's Weakest States Starts In BengalNDTV
Deccan Chronicle -India Today
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PFA's Haryana chief says he trained Delhi suspects, had worked under Maneka Gandhi - The Indian Express


The Indian Express

PFA's Haryana chief says he trained Delhi suspects, had worked under Maneka Gandhi
The Indian Express
“I was asked by Mrs Maneka Gandhi to conduct the training then. I remember during the exercise we had caught a truck carrying brushes made of mongoose hair," Kadyan told The Indian Express. 2. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp.
PFA member gave Maneka Gandhi's address as his ownDaily News & Analysis
Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In DelhiNDTV
Delhi: Cattle Traders Thrashed by 'Cow Vigilantes', Later ArrestedThe Quint

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