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Manohar Parrikar to visit Bangladesh, first by an Indian defence minister

Parrikar will call on President Abdul Hamid in Dhaka Wednesday and hold talks with the Security Advisor to Prime Minister

LiveMamata govt cancels Kolkata auditorium booking for Mohan Bhagwat event

In January this year, Kolkata Police had denied permission for Bhagwat’s rally in the city but the high court had overruled the decision.

Quick to hug PM Modi, but runs away from IT officer: Smriti Irani Rahul Gandhi

She accused Rahul Gandhi of setting up a not-for-profit company, Young Indians, which then bought a commercial company, Associated Journals Ltd, and its debts worth Rs 90 crore for Rs 50 lakh.

NDA crisis in Bihar: RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha meets Sharad Yadav

With the BJP showing little sign of intervening in the RLSP-JD(U) divide, the RLSP is expected to walk out of the NDA in December first week.

Taj Mahal preservation: Submit vision document by November 15, SC tells UP govt

The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday told the apex court that it would be difficult to declare Agra a 'heritage city', as proposed by the Centre last month.

LiveIED blasts in Maoist zone up, CRPF turns to Army for lessons from J&K

Last week, the Army trained a contingent of troopers from the CRPF’s Recruit Training Centre in Srinagar in an “IEDs sensitisation programme”, Home Ministry officials told The Indian Express.

Pune police may question Digvijaya Singh in Maoist probe

Digvijay Singh’s cellphone number was reportedly mentioned in one of the letters the Pune police claimed to have seized from the arrested activists.

Mizoram: Lal Thanzara to contest November by-poll for seat he vacated in August

Lal Thanzara will contest the by-polls scheduled for November 21 to the seat he vacated, during a meeting at Congress Bhavan.

Eight BJP leaders suspended in Mizoram

The suspension order was issued by the newly-appointed state party chief Prof John V Hluna last evening.

Sanctioned in 2000, broad-gauge train reaches Mizoram after 16 years

Sanctioned way back in 2000 for gauge conversion, the 84.25-km project was completed “well within target”, Pranav Jyoti Sharma, CPRO at the Northeast Frontier Railway headquarters said.

Troops recover six illegal AK-56 rifles in Mizoram in four days

Troops of the Assam Rifles, in a joint operation with Mizoram Police, have recovered as many as six AK-56 assault rifles in two separate operations in the past four days.