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J&K polls end on positive note
SRINAGAR: The seven-phase Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir ended on Wednesday on a positive note. Chief Electoral Officer B.R. Sharma said there were many firsts and landmarks in this election. It was staggered in seven phases to ...

Police arrest suspect in Naval area
PANAJI: The Goa police on Wednesday morning arrested one suspect who, according to the police, was found loitering in an undisclosed prohibited Naval area in the port town of Mormugao in south Goa. “We are interrogating the ...

Perched on Kashmir fault line, a village divided
Visions of the future compete in Chhatterhama village

31 Myanmar nationals held
KOLKATA: Thirty-one persons stated to be Myanmar nationals, on their way to Jammu and Kashmir, were arrested by Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel at the Kolkata station, here on Wednesday, for travelling without proper documents. ...

Jaiswal sees no threat to Goa ahead of Christmas
“Visit the State without fear”

Sahitya Akademi awards for seven novelists
NEW DELHI: Seven novelists are among the 21 litterateurs who were on Tuesday chosen for the National Sahitya Akademi awards for this year. Six poets, five short story writers and three critics were also selected for the coveted award, ...

India to engage Gulf nations actively
NEW DELHI: India will have increased engagements with the Gulf countries in the coming days to step up pressure on Pakistan to dismantle the terror infrastructure and bring the masterminds of the Mumbai terror attacks to justice. The ...

Send strong message to Pakistan: BJP


Engineer’s death: SP calls for bandh today
NEW DELHI: Political rivals of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Wednesday deplored the Auraiya incident in which an engineer was beaten to death allegedly by a ruling party MLA and his henchmen, with the Opposition Samajwadi Party (SP) urging ...

AIFB wants Bills withdrawn
NEW DELHI: The All-India Forward Bloc on Wednesday urged the government to withdraw the Bills that were passed amid pandemonium in Parliament on Tuesday and reintroduce them in the next session. “The way the government has passed a ...

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