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Times of India
'Be cautious, exercise restraint': China tells India on Bhupen Hazarika bridge
Times of India
BEIJING: China on Monday asked India to be "cautious" and exercise "restraint" over building infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh, days after Prime Narendra Modi launched the country's longest bridge+ linking Assam with the state claimed by Beijing.

Times of India
ICSE, ISC results 2017: Ananya Maity is Class 12 topper; girls outperform boys yet again
Times of India
NEW DELHI: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) on Monday declared results for both class XII and class X, with girls once again outshining boys. Class XII saw a pass percentage of 96.47, while 98.53 per cent students ...
Doon students shine in ICSE, ISC exam resultsHindustan Times
Waited for CBSE stand on moderation policy before result: CISCEEconomic Times
ICSE, ISC exam results: Good news – Students to get Aadhaar-linked DigiLocker facility to store documentsFinancial Express
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Daily News & Analysis
Do not fall prey to terror designs of fundamentalist forces, cautions Rajnath Singh
Daily News & Analysis
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today cautioned the youth not to fall prey to terror designs of global fundamentalist forces. He exhorted the youth to imbibe and abide by such values that would make them emerge winners in any situation, and enable ...
Kashmir problem to be solved soon: RajnathHindustan Times

Hindustan Times
India cricket team will not play bilateral series with Pakistan: Vijay Goel
Hindustan Times
India and Pakistan fans at Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad during the second India vs Pakistan T20 cricket match in December 2012.(UNI). Sports minister Vijay Goel has ruled out a bilateral cricket series between India and Pakistan. Speaking to ...
Monday Evening News Brief, May 28Times of India (blog)
No India-Pak cricket till cross-border terrorism continues : Union Sports Ministerindiablooms

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Times of India
PM Narendra Modi announces ex-gratia relief of Rs 1 lakh for family of e-rickshaw driver
Times of India
NEW DELHI: PM Narendra Modi on Monday condemned the killing of e-rickshaw driver in Delhi for stopping two men from urinating in public. Modi, who is on a four-nation tour, also sanctioned Rs.1 lakh from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund ...
PM Narendra Modi directs authorities to punish those who killed E-driver for opposing urination in publicThe Indian Express
PM Modi condemns killing of e-rickshaw driver, announces ex-gratia of Rs 1 lakh to familyIndia Today
Delhi govt announces Rs 5 L compensation for e-rickshaw driver's familyEconomic Times
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Centre's cattle slaughter restrictions: Kerala's protests over 'non-existent' beef ban are counter-intuitive
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's choice of words, for once, was spot on. Tweeting about the slaughter of a calf in public by 16 workers of the Youth Congress in Kannur on Saturday, he wrote: "What happened in Kerala yesterday is thoughtless, ...
Those behind calf slaughter have no place in Congress: Randeep SurjewalaTimes of India
Congress condemns Kerala's 'horrific' incident of calf slaughteringBusiness Standard
How Did We Get To The Stage Where People Butcher Animals In Public To Make A Point?Huffington Post India
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The Indian Express
Totally agree with army chief on 'dirty war' in Jammu and Kashmir: M Venkaiah Naidu
The Indian Express
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat defended the use of a Kashmiri man as 'human shield' by a young army officer last month against stone pelters. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: PTI | New Delhi | Published:May 29, 2017 10:08 pm.
Gen Bipin Rawat will do whatever it takes to save his men. Do you object?Daily News & Analysis

Following protests by Youth Congress and Mamata Banerjee, govt may rethink new cattle slaughter rules
New Delhi: A countrywide row over the new rules restricting the sale of cattle with Youth Congress activists in Kerala publicly killing an ox and the state's ruling Left Front holding over 300 "beef festivals" while West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata ...
Row rages over ban on cattle sale for slaughter, Mamata Banerjee says won't accept itThe Indian Express
Mamata defends Minister's red beaconThe Hindu
Row rages over ban on cattle sale for slaughter, Mamata says won't accept itTimes of India
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The Hindu
Beef festivals raise Adityanath ire
The Hindu
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has questioned the silence of secular parties over Kerala's beef festivals in protest against the Centre's decision banning the sale of cattle for slaughter from open markets. “I feel there is a lot of talk ...