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Xiaomi to unveil new handset at 'global Mi phone premiere' on April 23 in India

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Xiaomi to unveil new handset at 'global Mi phone premiere' on April 23 in India

New Delhi: Xiaomi has scheduled a global smartphone launch event for April 23 in New...

There will be no water crisis, hike in vegetable prices in Delhi this summer: Kejriwal

08:55 From firstpost

There will be no water crisis, hike in vegetable prices in Delhi this summer: Kejriwal

New Delhi: Assuring that there will be no water crisis and hike in prices of vegetables...

UN conference endorses India's suggestions on global fight against black money

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UN conference endorses India's suggestions on global fight against black money

Doha: In a major push towards recovering black money stashed in safe havens abroad, a UN...

Achilles heels? Scandals, gaffes could haunt Hillary Clinton in her 2016 presidential bid

10:18 From firstpost

Achilles heels? Scandals, gaffes could haunt Hillary Clinton in her 2016 presidential bid

Hillary Clinton looks ahead to 2016 as the year Americans may finally elect their...

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Fresh aftershock measuring 5.1 on Richter Scale hits West Bengal

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Fresh aftershock measuring 5.1 on Richter Scale hits West Bengal

Jalpaiguri: A fresh tremblor measuring 5.1 on the Richter Scale was felt in Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and some other districts across West Bengal on Mondayevening.The fresh earthquake struck at 6.06 pm a...


Judicial supervision of corruption cases affecting decision making: Jaitley

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Judicial supervision of corruption cases affecting decision making: Jaitley

New Delhi: The decision-making process in the government is getting hindered because of judicial supervision of corruption cases which puts pressure on investigators to make a case, creating fear amon...

Obama gave CIA more flexibility in drone strikes in Pakistan, claim US officials

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Obama gave CIA more flexibility in drone strikes in Pakistan, claim US officials

Washington: US President Barack Obama tightened rules for the US drone programme in 2013, but he secretly approved a waiver giving the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) more flexibility in Pakistan th...

Black money probe: Lone member of PMLA body quits

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Black money probe: Lone member of PMLA body quits

New Delhi: In a major blow to fight against black money, a special authority established to try money laundering cases bearing revenue value of crores of rupees has been rendered vacant as the lone me...

Nepal earthquake: Modi donates one month's salary to PM Relief Fund

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Nepal earthquake: Modi donates one month's salary to PM Relief Fund

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Mondaydonated one month's salary to the Prime Minister's NationalRelief Fund for assistance to those affected by the recentearthquake within the country, PMO...

Indian fishermen indulging in illegal activity in Lankan waters: Coast Guard

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Indian fishermen indulging in illegal activity in Lankan waters: Coast Guard

Madurai: In a stand that may not go down well in Tamil Nadu, Coast Guard on Monday told the Madras High Court that Indian fishermen allegedly indulge in various illegal acts such as smuggling and traw...

India's Daughter: Delhi HC refuses to order prosecution of BBC, documentary maker

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India's Daughter: Delhi HC refuses to order prosecution of BBC, documentary maker

New Delhi:The Delhi High Court on Mondayrefused to pass an order for prosecution of BBC and theBritish director of the controversial documentary on 16 December gangrape case, saying that a PIL is alre...