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Regulations Should Not Become 'Strangulation' For Media, Says Vice President

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Regulations Should Not Become 'Strangulation' For Media, Says Vice President New Delhi:  Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu pitched for setting up a media body to look into various aspects, like guidelines and regulation concerning its working, adding that regulations should not become "strangulation". 

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Doha-Bound Indigo Flight Suffers Bird Hit, Returns To Chennai

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Doha-Bound Indigo Flight Suffers Bird Hit, Returns To Chennai Chennai/ Delhi:  A Doha-bound IndiGo flight carrying 134 passengers was forced to return to the Anna International Airport in Chennai on Thursday morning, following a bird strike soon after take-off.

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Government Lifts Curbs On Export Of Pulses As Country Sits On Huge Stock

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Government Lifts Curbs On Export Of Pulses As Country Sits On Huge Stock New Delhi:  The government has removed export curbs on all varieties of pulses to ensure farmers get remunerative prices as domestic rates have crashed below MSP in view of record production.

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Awaits India's Response On Dialogue On Kashmir, Says Pakistan

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Awaits India's Response On Dialogue On Kashmir, Says Pakistan Islamabad:  Pakistan has offered to resume dialogue with India on Kashmir, Siachen, Sir Creek and other pending issues and was awaiting a response, the country's Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal has said.

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Maharashtra Considers Transportation Leap Thrice As Fast As Bullet Train

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Maharashtra Considers Transportation Leap Thrice As Fast As Bullet Train Mumbai:  A 300 km an hour bullet train may not be the fastest thing to pull into a station in Maharashtra in the not-so-far future. With speeds of up to a 1,000 km per hour, a 'hyperloop' could soon reduce the 150-km Mumbai to Pune distance to a brisk ... Read Full Story »

Shashi Tharoor Takes On Padmavati Critics, Then Issues A Clarification

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Shashi Tharoor Takes On Padmavati Critics, Then Issues A Clarification Mumbai:  Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor on Thursday said that Indian Maharajas who, during the British rule had wasted no time in trying to get into the good books of India's former colonists, were now indirectly claiming, through fringe groups, ... Read Full Story »

Centre Should Prove My Father Wrong With 'Actions': Omar Abdullah

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Centre Should Prove My Father Wrong With 'Actions': Omar Abdullah Srinagar:  After Farooq Abdullah's controversial remark on PoK, son Omar Abdullah has said the Centre should prove his father wrong with "actions" by taking back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

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Security Forces Announce Move To Give Terrorists In Kashmir 'A Chance'

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Security Forces Announce Move To Give Terrorists In Kashmir 'A Chance' Srinagar:  The Indian Army, Jammu And Kashmir Police and CRPF on Thursday announced that they would give a chance to local terrorists in Kashmir if they are willing to abandon terrorism and join the mainstream. The joint announcement was made after sec... Read Full Story »

Union Cabinet Clears Setting Up Of GST Anti-Profiteering Authority

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Union Cabinet Clears Setting Up Of GST Anti-Profiteering Authority New Delhi:  The Union Cabinet has approved setting up of a National Anti-profiteering Authority under the GST, as it seeks to ensure that consumers get the benefit of reduced prices under the new indirect tax regime.

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From Punjab, News Of A 10,000 Crore Deal To End Stubble Burning

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From Punjab, News Of A 10,000 Crore Deal To End Stubble Burning Chandigarh:  A deal between the Punjab government and a Chennai-based firm to set up 400 plants to convert crop residue into bio-energy has raised hopes that stubble burning, which has contributed to a spike in particulate matter and choked Delhi, coul... Read Full Story »

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