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Kumble-Kohli rift should've been handled better: Ganguly 28.6.2017 PTI: All news
Kumble-Kohli rift should've been handled better: Ganguly
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Court cancels builder's bail in murder case 28.6.2017 PTI: All news
Court cancels builder's bail in murder case
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Netherlands is India's natural partner: PM Modi 28.6.2017 PTI: All news
Netherlands is India's natural partner: PM Modi
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Jharkhand ministers taking management lessons at IIMA 28.6.2017 PTI: All news
Jharkhand ministers taking management lessons at IIMA
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Health centre in WKH village now a cow shed 28.6.2017 The Shillong Times
NONGSTOIN: Kyrshai, a neglected border village in West Khasi Hills, has no basic facilities, including healthcare. The health sub-centre in the village has turned into a cow shed and a warehouse to store brooms for local traders, the Rambrai circle of the Federation of Khasi-Jaintia and Garo People (FKJGP) said. Members of the group went […]
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Donald Trump: We are going to start a new ‘energy revolution’ 28.6.2017 World – The Indian Express
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No one has power to remove Sasikala from post: Thambidurai 28.6.2017

Chennai: A day after supporters of AIADMK (Amma) deputy general secretary T.T.V. Dhinakaran demanded that Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami should come clear on the issue of party leadership, Lok Sabha deputy speaker M. Thambirdurai said the question of AIADMK leadership should be addressed to the Chief Minister.

He asserted that everyone knew who the 'AIADMK leadership' was and no one had the powers to remove the party's general secretary, in an apparent indication that V.K. Sasikala is the party's leadership.

The AIADMK decided to support the BJP following a request from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said and added that the decision was taken after the advice of the 'AIADMK leadership'. Reacting to a question, he asserted that AIADMK is ruling the state and not BJP.

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Mangaluru: Eid that centred around social inclusivity 28.6.2017 bangaloremirror
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Farmers prepared to start second protest 28.6.2017 DNA: Opinion
Farmers are preparing for a second round of protests to waive off their electricity bills. Farmers from Puntambha in Ahmadnagar district, where the first farmers protest started on June 1, 2017, had met the the Nationalist Congress Party president and subsequently Chief Ministe Devendra Fadnavis and appraised him the on going agrarian crisis. According to the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (MSEDCL), farmers from Maharashtra owe them around Rs 17000 crore. "For the last several years, farmers have not paid the bills. This amount is accumulating and now it has been almost Rs 17,000 crore. Waiving off the electricity bills of the farmers will be a major disaster," said an MSECL official. "We have been paying hefty power bills, even though power has not been supplied round the clock. There has been a drought for the last three years. We had hardly used the power to pump out the water for our crops. We used electricity for four months in a year because of the depleting water table. ...
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AIADMK factions bicker over Amit Shah in Tiruvannamalai 28.6.2017 DNA: Opinion
As if to prove the Opposition's theories of BJP running the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu, three factions of the AIADMK vied with each other to 'welcome' BJP president Amit Shah during his visit to Sri Arunachaleswarar Temple in Tiruvannamalai on Tuesday. Shah, who stopped at Tiruvannamalai to offer prayers after his two-day visit to Puducherry, was welcomed by the leaders of Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, former CM O Panneerselvam and deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran factions of AIADMK. On Tuesday, Shah arrived in a helicopter at Government Arts and Science College in Tiruvannamalai where a makeshift Helipad was located. He was received by his party's Tamil Nadu unit president Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan and union minister of state Pon Radhakrishnan apart from representatives from the three factions. AIADMK faction's decision to welcome BJP chief comes at a time when opposition parties in particular DMK working president MK Stalin has been alleging that BJP government at the Centre is ...
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Yogi Adityanath satisfied with UP govt's 100 days 28.6.2017 DNA: Opinion
Even as his government failed on the delivery front, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed 'satisfaction' over his government's performance on completing 100 days in the office. The Chief Minister released a 48-page booklet titled '100 Days of Faith' and a video on the occasion to highlight achievements of his government in 100 days. Announcing to celebrate 2019 as dalit and poor welfare year, Yogi declared to observe January 24 each year as 'Uttar Pradesh Day'. "My government worked on the principles of Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas' for all sections of society without any discrimination," claimed he during a 20-minute press briefing without giving any answers on deteriorating law and order in the state. Yogi harped upon fulfilling BJP's election promises to respect people's whopping mandate to the party in Uttar Pradesh. He claimed his government waived 86 lakh farmers' loans, ordered closure of illegal slaughter houses, made power available across state and gave a new direction to ...
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Four-wheeler hits electricity pole, 5 fleeing assailants burnt alive 28.6.2017 DNA: Opinion
Five assailants were burnt alive in Rae Bareli when their vehicle hit an electrical pole while making a good escape after spraying bullets on a Gram Pradhan. The shoot-out took place when Raj Yadav, Gram Pradhan, Itaura village under Unchchar Police Station in Rae Bareli district was holding panchayat late Monday night. Irked by Yadav's decision, a few men opened fire on Yadav. In retaliation, villagers attacked assailants who tried to speed away in a four-wheeler. Chased by villagers, the uncontrolled vehicle of the assailant hit an electrical pole and caught fire. Five of them were burnt alive in the accident. Confirming the incident, the Circle Officer Dalmau SP Upadhyaya said that the bodies have been sent for the post mortem. "A case has been registered and efforts are on to identify those died in the accident," said the CO. The CO claimed that eye-witnesses said that the accident occurred when assailants tried to escape on the four-wheeler after spraying bullets on Gram Pradhan and others. "The ...
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Snapped power cable kills 4 more jumbos in Kodagu 28.6.2017
Madikeri: Even before the tragic electrocution of two elephants about a fortnight ago in Siddapura in Virajpet taluk of Madikeri could fade from public memory, another ghastly incident of four female elephants-two adults and two calves- getting electrocuted in a coffee plantation in the same region at Yedoor village on Monday night has come to light.  The four ill-fated jumbos got separated from a herd before they were electrocuted. Among the dead, forest officials estimate the age of one to be around 45, another, 40, while the calves are around 5 and 3 years of age. Forest officials attribute the tragic incident to the jumbos stepping on a snapped live power cable at the plantation belonging to Bopanda Vijay while Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation Limited (CESC) engineers suspect that a branch might have snapped the power cable with the elephants walking onto it resulted in the tragedy.  "No doubt the elephant deaths are due to electric shock," said CESC ...
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Let go of journos: Kimmane Ratnakar to Speaker KB Koliwad 28.6.2017
Hubballi: Chairman of privileges committee, Kimmane Ratnakar, has stepped in to prevent the arrest and imprisonment of two editors by writing to Speaker K.B. Koliwad to put the sentence on hold. The latter not only feigned ignorance about the letter but also took a stand that he had no power to annul, modify or revoke a decision of the lower House. Mr  Ratnakar"s letter comes in the wake of widespread criticism about the one-year imprisonment and fine of Rs 10,000 each to two editors—Ravi Belagere and Anil Raj-for breach of privilege. Mr Koliwad said he had not received any letter from Mr Kimmane Ratnakar as has been in his home constituence for hte last three days. Once a letter or document is tabled on the floor of the House, he explained, only legislators can take a decision. In this case, too, only the House has powers to decide, not himself. Meanwhile, sources told DC the privileges committee merely discussed a complaint filed by Yelahanka BJP MLA S.R. Vishwanath in connection with ...
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Lynching of J&K DySP: Police set to nab suspects 28.6.2017 Front Page – The Indian Express
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Plans afoot to increase coal handling at MPT: NGO 28.6.2017 TOI: Goa
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Do we need an International Day to popularise yoga? 28.6.2017 punemirror
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Booklet lists 3 infra projects of SP, BSP govts 28.6.2017 Lucknow – The Indian Express
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India Inc's foreign borrowings dip 28.6.2017 All Companies Stories
The RDB route has become a popular source of fund raising
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Violence returns to bandh-hit Darjeeling 28.6.2017 News
After alleged 'miscreants' burnt the house of the chairman of the Khas Development Board of the GTA
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