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Is honeymoon over for Amar Singh and RLD? - Asian Age
The Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) circles in Uttar Pradesh are buzzing with speculations of Amar Singh and Jaya Prada preparing to quit the party. According to party sources, Mr Singh and Ms Prada have not shown any interest in party activities after the Lok ...

Cop RTIs made cumbersome - Asian Age
A change made by the Mumbai Police in the procedure for disseminating information pertaining to all police stations, under the Right To Information (RTI) Act, has resulted in a 38-fold increase in court fees and probably as many days to file a single RTI ...

Skating teacher booked in another case - Asian Age
Two gym instructors, Lalgiri Indragiri, 21, and Waseem Pasha, 28, were arrested on Monday for gangraping six-year-old girl in Vigyor High in Marathahalli on July 3. The two suspects have been booked under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) 376D, which is ...

John Kerry sets tone for US, India talks - Asian Age
US secretary of state John Kerry’s speech in Washington set the tone for the strategic dialogue that comes a few months after bilateral ties soured over the Devyani Khobragade episode. Even prior to this, ties between the two countries under UPA-2 was ...

Saharanpur curfew eased for Id - Asian Age
Id was celebrated, albeit on a subdued note, in the riot-torn Saharanpur on Tuesday with curfew being relaxed in the morning for eight hours in two shifts. Id prayers were offered amidst tight security and people holding aloft banners appealing for peace ...

Centre had warned UP about clashes - Asian Age
Building pressure on the ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh over the worsening communal situation in the state, the Narendra Modi government has called for a detailed report on the recent incidents in Moradabad and Saharanpur, which have left three ...

CR sees five times more smokers than last year - Asian Age
The Central Railway (CR) has seen a five-fold rise in the number of smokers lighting up on the station premises and trains in Mumbai from January to July 28 this year, as compared to the same period last year. The number of people caught by the Railway ...

BJP stress on House etiquette - Asian Age
“There is no question of any minister trying to cling to his or her post. This has been a practice in Bharatiya Janata Party since Vajpayee days,” a BJP functionary said. This is the reason Mr Rajnath Singh had quit the post of the BJP chief ...

Enforcement Directorate action on 62 Afghan-owned properties - Asian Age
In its first major action against the immovable properties illegally acquired by foreign nationals in the country, the Enforcement Directorate has decided to initiate attachment proceedings against 62 such properties, acquired by Afghan nationals in ...

IITs, NITs face shortage of teachers - Asian Age
The premier technical institutes in the country, IITs and NITs, are facing acute shortage of teachers with more than one third faculty positions lying vacant. It is understood that lack of qualified teachers and inability of government to attract teachers ...

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