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Indian Muslims will live and die for India: Modi
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Indian Muslims will live and die for India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, maintaining that they will not dance to the tunes of terror outfit Al Qaeda. "My understanding is that they are doing injustice towards the Muslims of our country. If anyone thinks Indian Muslims will dance to their tune, they are delusional. "Indian Muslims will live for India, they will die for India -...
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CBI probing Chidambaram's role in deal
BJP-SHIV SENA
Alliance of 25 years on the verge of collapse
HEALTH
India caps prices of 36 more drugs to improve access
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FOUR, AND MORE 
Four boys from Kalyan set out to support the brutal Islamic State regime in Iraq. One of them is dead. Four others who set out on the same mission were arrested from Kolkata. What does this mean for India?
Listen, Muslim Parent
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When the boys come home
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Maa, mati... money
Maa, mati, manush was Mamata's clarion call as she trounced the Left Front in West Bengal in 2011. Now she finds herself in a bind as former colleagues turn against her in the Saradha scam
By the Bhai
Ghosts who sign
Bruised, but not broken
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Health
Dengue cases in Delhi, NCR rise to 55 
The number of dengue cases in the national capital and its adjoining areas has climbed to 55, civic officials...
Insulin pumps capable of saving lives
Smoking linked with schizophrenia
India still leads in deaths among children below 5
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Legacy of Gandhi
Current Events
Scotland says 'no' to independence
Scotland Friday voted to stay in the United Kingdom after voters decisively rejected an independence...
India, China favour early settlement of border
Tibetans continue to protest Chinese president's visit
Threats won't work, Naidu tells Ajit Singh
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Business
Bill Gates meets Narendra Modi
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, along with his wife Melinda Gates, Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi...
'Centre watching impact of liquor ban on Kerala tourism'
Is Facebook Messenger app tracking your privacy?
Sebi to soon notify norms for investment trusts
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Sports
Incheon Asian Games declared open
The 2014 Asian Games officially opened at the western South Korean port city of Incheon on Friday evening,...
Asian football getting stronger: Zico
Rai, Bindra head India's challenge
Oly chief warns over sexual harassment
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KCR seeks 40 pc tax devolution to states
The newly-created Telangana state has urged the 14th Finance Commission to allocate 40 percent of central tax...
Scottish referendum finds echo in Kashmir
Sreedharan inspects Metro alignment
Kunal names minister Madan Mitra in court
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freewheeling  |  Derek O'Brien
Bullet points
One of the blockbuster announcements of this year’s railway budget was the bullet train. To be constructed with international collaboration, the bullet train is expected to run at about 300kmph and will operate ...  »
grand slam  |  Sania Mirza
American dream come true
It is sheer love for the game that nurtures an upcoming tennis player.  As one begins to follow the sport with a growing passion, it is Grand Slam tournaments that capture your imagination and, soon, for a ...  »
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Party Snacks
Knotty query
Nationalist Congress Party minister Chhagan Bhujbal was at his sarcastic best when his party kicked off its...
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My God, milord
It is five in the evening and there is only half an hour to go before the time for the satya pramanam ends at...
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