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16 July, 2018 1:26 PM Major Relief In Petrol, Diesel Prices May Not Be So Soon, Say Experts

Domestic petrol and diesel prices were reduced marginally after three days of hikes. The rupee is down 1.8% since May, and 7.4% so far this year. Prevailing weakness in the rupee coupled with crude oil around $73.50 per barrel does not leave enough room for oil marketing companies to pass on any major benefit to consumers, say analysts. Domestic petrol 34

1 July, 2018 9:48 AM Inside Congress' Fight For Cabinet Berths, North Karnataka Strikes Back

In the intense lobbying for cabinet berths in Karnataka, Congress leaders have turned to data to make their case before the party leadership. Lobbying for the remaining six has stretched into weeks that have seen much political unrest. A note "on the present status of Karnataka Ministry Formation" from the disgruntled leaders -- several of them from north 42

10 June, 2018 2:56 AM Photo of CM with accused lands magazine in trouble

The Kattoor police in Coimbatore have registered a case against Tamil magazine Ananda Vikatan, news app Dailyhunt and others in connection with the publication of a photo of Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami with an accused involved in a fake currency case. The case was registered under Sections 153 B (1)(b) and 505 (1) (e) of the IPC based on a complaint 37

8 May, 2018 5:16 PM AGP says it will sever ties with BJP

The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has threatened to sever its alliance with the BJP in Assam if the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, is pushed through. The regional party, a product of the Assam Agitation against foreigners from 1979-1985 that ended with the signing of the Assam Accord, has also announced a signature campaign from May 12-30 against the Bill. “We will sever 33

26 February, 2018 4:49 AM Emergency in Maldives: Police issues curfew to halt opposition's gathering

MALDIVES: Amidst the state of emergency in the Maldives, the police here issued a curfew in an attempt to stop an opponent's gathering, said a Maldivian Democratic Party member. Taking to Twitter, Maldivian Democratic Party member Abdulla Shahid wrote, "Police issues 10:30 pm curfew in an attempt to halt opposition`s gathering momentum. The opposition 65

5 February, 2018 6:45 PM Maldives political crisis: President Abdulla Yameen Gayoom declares state of emergency for 15 days

Massive protests are being held across the country including repeated rounds of clashes between police and opposition protesters.   MALE: A state of emergency was on Monday declared by President Abdulla Yameen in Maldives for a period of 15 days, deepening the political crisis in the Indian Ocean nation. The move gives sweeping powers to security forces 78

18 January, 2018 8:04 AM Padmaavat wins! Supreme Court lifts ban on the film imposed by four states

Padmaavat will now release everywhere! Bogged down by incessant bans by many states, Padmaavat makers moved to Supreme Court for relief and finally, they can breathe a sigh of relief. SC removed the ban on the film in these states and also ruled that no state can do that in future either. Mirror now reported the news only a couple of minutes back. This comes 49

14 January, 2018 7:17 AM Israel Destroys Tunnel From Gaza It Says Intended For Attacks

Jerusalem: Israel said Sunday it used a combination of air strikes and other means to destroy a tunnel stretching from the Gaza Strip into the country and continuing into Egypt. Israeli military spokesman Jonathan Conricus said the tunnel belonged to Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas and was intended for attacks as opposed to smuggling. He said he was not aware 77

11 January, 2018 4:29 PM No industrial unrest at Aurangabad plant: Videocon

Videocon Group today said it has temporarily closed its Aurangabad factory for routine annual maintenance and there is no loss of employment of the permanent workforce. The company denied reports of industrial unrest at the plant and sending of hundreds of contractual workers on leave, though it did not comment on their status. "Videocon categorically 25

6 January, 2018 4:40 PM When: January 5, 2018

Protests and after: Iran has been rocked by days of protests over the economy and the Islamic regime as a whole. The first wave of protests began last Saturday at Mashhad and spread to other cities, including the religious centre of Qom. The unrest has left at least 21 dead, and is the biggest such movement since the protests in 2009 over a disputed 49