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Khattar will take oath as Haryana CM on Sunday: Venkaiah Naidu

In an interview to CNN-IBN, Venkaiah Naidu said that the Governor had invited Manohar Lal Khattar on 26th of October to take oath as the new Chief Minister of Haryana.

1:49 hr ago

India hockey coach Terry Walsh will withdraw resignation if given new contract

Walsh resigned earlier on Tuesday citing unhappiness over 'sporting bureaucracy' and 'contractual arrangements' with SAI.

1:50 hr ago

Maharashtra: Former state BJP chief pitches for Nitin Gadkari as CM

Gadkari had recently said that he was happy to work in Delhi and was not looking to go back to the state.

2:48 hr ago

India hockey coach Terry Walsh resigns blaming 'sporting bureaucracy'

Walsh's decision came at a time when he had coached the team to Asian Games gold after a hiatus of 16 years, which also earned the team a direct entry to 2016 Olympics.

4:5 hr ago

BJP claims support of 138 MLAs in Maharashtra, says will pass floor test

The BJP has also approached the lone MNS MLA Sharad Sonawane indicating party's unwillingness to go with former ally Shiv Sena.

4:39 hr ago

Mission Twisha: Mother collects Rs 1.7 crore for treatment of daughter born with incomplete food pipe

Baby Twisha, born with an incomplete food pipe needs Rs 7.5 crore to undergo a complicated procedure in Boston to survive.

6:0 hr ago

Manohar Lal Khattar set to be Haryana Chief Minister as BJP MLAs elect him as their leader

The decision to elect Khattar was taken after a meeting of the BJP MLAs and poll observers including senior leader Venkakiah Naidu in Chandigarh.

6:23 hr ago

BCCI suspends bilateral ties with West Indies, to initiate legal action

The West Indies team flew back home with an ODI, a one-off T20 and 3 Tests left to play after failing to resolve a pay dispute with its board.

6:43 hr ago

e Lounge: Importance of Rs 100 crore club in Bollywood

CNN-IBN's Sushant Mehta brings you all the news and scoops from the entertainment world.

6:55 hr ago

Maharashtra: Congress hits back at NCP, says will never support Shiv Sena

Maken said, "It is preposterous. The Congress Party has never in the past supported the parties like Shiv Sena and in will never support it in the future too."

7:21 hr ago

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