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Land bill:Congress plans rally to celebrate 'victory of farmers'

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The rally is expected to be held anytime between September 21 and September 24

PDP rejects Omar Abdullah's allegation of spying

Rival parties NC and PDP accuse each other of spying (Photo: DC/File)

PDP levels counter charge, says Omar Govt spied on Mehbooba Mufti

Greenpeace launches new campaign to reclaim freedom of speech

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Government on Thursday cancelled the NGO's registration under FCRA

Coal scam: CBI asks accused' stand on whether to summon ex-PM

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda (Photo: PTI)

Madhu Koda has sought summoning of Manmohan Singh as accused

OROP stir to continue if demands not met: Ex-servicemen

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'Our fight is for our rights and the injustice meted out to us'

‘Jan adalat’ new game plan of Naxals: experts

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'Increasing trend of 'Jan Adalat' is an act of Naxals to terrorise people'

Dialogue over ideas can end conflicts: PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi with former Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga during the Global Hindu Buddhist initiative.(Photo: AFP)

Push to ensure ‘climate justice’ for world’s poor

Top ministers brief RSS, get Sangh advice

Setting the agenda for the Narendra Modi government, RSS leaders on Thursday asked Union home minister Rajnath Singh to make a strong intervention in Maoist-affected areas, and to reach out to people

Samajwadi Party quits ‘grand alliance’ in Bihar, talks to others

The Janata Parivar, that had been unveiled with much fanfare, crumbled under its own weight on Thursday after the Samajwadi Party pulled out of the grand alliance for the Bihar elections and decided t

Government shifts ‘goalposts’ on OROP, claim vets

The deadlock over “One-Rank-One-Pension” is yet to be formally broken, with agitating ex-servicemen accusing the government of “constantly shifting the goalposts” and not offering any “concrete propos

Civilisational concerns and cultural diplomacy are unlikely to captivate the popular imagination at the time of celebrity murder.

Eight more young lives have been lost, this time in Manipur’s southern district of Churachandpur in the most recent explosion of violence since the agitation for and against the implementation of the