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UP: Anti-Romeo squad arrests 50 youth roaming around girls' colleges in Gorakhpur
Daily News & Analysis
Police taking one of the street Romeos from outside a girls' college in Lucknow on Wednesday. Shares3. Srawan Shukla | Thu, 23 Mar 2017-07:30am , Lucknow , DNA. On Tuesday, the Lucknow police had arrested two Romeos. During his election speeches, ...
Anti-Romeo teams in UP nab 1000 in two daysTimes of India
BJP's 'Anti-Romeo' poll promise turns harsh realityThe Indian Express

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The Hindu
'Surgical operation has cut terror attacks'
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Terrorist violence and ceasefire violations in J&K have come down after the surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, the government told Parliament on Wednesday. It also said that Pakistan would have to commit to ...
For talks, Pakistan should commit to end terror: GovernmentThe Indian Express
Surgical strikes: For those who questioned it, here is more proofOneindia
Drop in incidents on LoC after surgical strikes: govt.The Hindu
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CBSE out with Class VI-IX assessment
The Tribune
The much-vaunted continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) for Classes VI to IX is out and the CBSE is bringing in a revised assessment structure following its decision to restore Class X board examination from 2017-18 academic session.

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The Indian Express
My doing TV shows nobody's business: Navjot Singh Sidhu
Times of India
AMRITSAR: Justifying his stand on doing television shows, Punjab local government minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday said that what he did from 7pm to 6am should not be anybody's business. Sidhu was speaking to media persons while on his ...
Amritsar: Navjot Singh Sidhu gets a tepid response on his first visit as ministerThe Indian Express

Times of India
Perks, allowances given to former MPs and MLAs seem unreasonable: Supreme Court
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Various freebies and pension given to former MPs and MLAs like unlimited free train travel have come under judicial scrutiny with Supreme Court on Wednesday said that they seemed "prima facie" unreasonable and sought response from the ...
Supreme Court notice to Centre, EC on plea for scrapping pension to MPsDaily News & Analysis
SC notice to Centre on plea opposing perks for MPsDeccan Herald
Supreme Court seeks Centre reply on pension for MPsThe Indian Express
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The Asian Age
Congress veteran Krishna joins BJP, praises Modi
The Asian Age
Former Karnataka CM S.M. Krishna with BJP president Amit Shah in New Delhi. (Photo: PTI). New Delhi: Former external affairs minister S.M. Krishna, who quit the Congress after 46 years on January 29 this year, formally joined the BJP on Wednesday.

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The Indian Express

Deccan Chronicle
Maharani Women's College hostel trauma ends, pervert arrested by Bengaluru police
Deccan Chronicle
Bengaluru: The High Grounds police on Wednesday arrested the man who had entered the Maharani Women's College Hostel wearing women's undergarments and stealing them from the laundry section. The 37-year-old Abu Taleem is from Kishanganj ...
Bengaluru: Man caught on camera stealing undergarments arrestedThe Indian Express
Maharani College hostel intruder arrestedThe Hindu
Professor trashes 'molestation' chargeDeccan Herald