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Gujjars call off agitation after talks with government

Jaipur: The proposed May 23 agitation by Gujjar fraternity for quota demand will not take place as the representative outfit held a talk with Rajasthan government on Saturday. Following the talks, the two parties reached a 16-point agreement and soon after, Samiti leader Col Kirori Singh Bainsla (retd) announced the

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Man killed minor girl, chopped body after she demanded salary

New Delhi: In a horrifying incident, a 30-year-old man allegedly killed a 16-year-old girl and chopped her body in an open drain after she demanded her salary that he was collected from the employer of the teenager. The accused was arrested by Delhi Police after it received a tip-off about

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Nepal to shut India's field office, says Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

Kathmandu: Nepal government has decided to close the field office of Indian Embassy citing it has "outlived its purpose". Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli himself declared the decision. India was permitted to set up the temporary field office in 2008 to issue passes to vehicles for plying on Indian roads

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'National No Fly' list gets first entry as Mumbai man

Mumbai: Mumbai-based jeweller Birju Kishore Salla became the first man to be named in the National No-Fly list, a senior official of Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) confirmed. Salla, who created a hijack scare onboard a Jet Airways flight last year, will no-longer be able to board any flight

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Seven policemen killed in IED blast by Maoist in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada

Raipur: Seven police personnel were killed in a landmine blast planted by Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district on Sunday. Deputy Inspector General of Police (South Bastar Range) Ratan Lal Dangi said a road was being built between Kirandul and Cholnar. "A joint team of Chhattisgarh Armed Force and district police

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Pakistan Rangers request to maintain peace at LoC

Srinagar: A day after five persons, including a CRPF man, killed in cross-border shelling from Pakistan, the neighbour country's Rangers pleaded the Border Security Force (BSF) to stop retaliatory firing to maintain peace in the region. From past three days, precision firing by the BSF on Pakistan's firing locations has inflicted

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Petrol, diesel prices at record high in Delhi

New Delhi: The fuel prices in Delhi touched a new high on Sunday after state-run Indian Oil Corporation raised prices. The Petrol prices will be Rs 76.24 per litre. Sunday's hike of 33 paise over the previous day was the highest since dynamic pricing resumed after the suspension, coinciding with

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Railways to celebrate October 2 as Vegetarian Day

New Delhi: The Indian Railways has decided to mark the 150th birth anniversary of the father of nation Mahatma Gandhi as Vegetarian Day along with Rashtriya Swachhta Diwas. The Railway Board has proposed that no non-vegetarian food will be served to passengers on railway premises on October 2 in 2018, 2019

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