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  • Air variant of BrahMos missile test fired from Sukhoi jet

    New Delhi: India on Wednesday successfully test fired the air variant of BrahMos missile from a Sukhoi-30MKI fighter jet to hit a sea-based target in the Bay of Bengal.BrahMos, the world's fastest supersonic cruise missile with a multi-platform, multi-mission role, is now capable of being launched f...

  • It's a deal: Cong promises quotas, Hardik pledges support

    Ahmedabad: Patidar leader Hardik Patel on Wednesday extended his support to the Congress in Assembly elections after it promised to give job quotas to the Patel community under the OBC category in Gujarat.Hardik Patel made the much awaited announcement on behalf of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti ...

  • Behave like 'good child', pay Rs 275 cr by Dec 31, SC to Jaypee

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked Jaypee Associates to deposit Rs 275 crore -- in two installments -- by December 31, telling it to "behave like a good child".The court order is seen as a relief to Jaypee Associates whose earlier plea to deposit Rs 400 crore was turned down.The bench o...

  • Switched off location service? Google still tracks you

    San Francisco: Android smartphones have reportedly been gathering users' location data and sending it to Google even when the location services were turned off and there was no SIM card in the device."Even if you take all of those precautions, phones running Android software gather data about your l...

  • Meghalaya's revenue collection under GST could not be assessed: Sangma

    Shillong: Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has said the collection of revenue under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime in Meghalaya could not be assessed properly due to the incapability of the system being put in place. Sangma, who is heading the Congress-led government, lashed out at the Nati...

  • Foreigners in ISL can learn from Indians: Ex-Kerala coach Phelan

    New Delhi: Former Kerala Blasters coach Terry Phelan feels that foreign footballers in the Indian Super League (ISL) can learn a lot from Indian players both on and off the field. Phelan, who played 42 internationals for Ireland as a defender, believes the ISL should be more about the national ...

  • Black bears come back from certain extinction in US' Nevada

    New Delhi: After a gap for over 80 years, the black bear has returned to Nevada's Great Basin in the US through conservation with their population believed to be over 500, a new study said on Wednesday. The study from Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the Nevada Department of Wildlife and th...

  • Bill to regulate private hospitals tabled in Karnataka assembly

    Belagavi: A modified amendment Bill to regulate the functioning of private hospitals across Karnataka was introduced in the state legislative assembly here on Tuesday. Tabling the Karnataka Private Medical Establishments (KPME) Act 2007 (Amendment) Bill 2017 to regulate the healthcare system in...

  • Bengaluru-Mysuru double rail line opened for traffic

    Bengaluru: The 138-km double railway line between Bengaluru and Mysuru in southern Karnataka was opened for traffic, an official said. "Completion of the 1.7 km stretch at Srirangapatna has enabled us to open the 138.3 km double line between Bengaluru and Mysore for operating express, passenger...

  • Probe ordered against Fortis over girl's death and Rs18 lk bill

    Chandigarh: Taking note of the death of a seven-year-old girl at Gurugram's Fortis Hospital and the subsequent bill of Rs 18 lakh slapped on the family, Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Tuesday said a senior officer will investigate the case. "No hospital will be allowed to play with th...

  • Kovind in Imphal; talks of linking Arunachal with N-E states via railways

    Imphal: President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday underlined the need for the overall development of the northeastern states and said the region's connectivity with the outside world through air and waterways will be improved. The President said that as much as Rs 90,000 crore investment was ea...

  • Deepika fan files complaint; BJP leader booked for offering bounty

    Gurugram: A Haryana BJP leader was booked on Tuesday for threatening to behead Bollywood filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and actress Deepika Padukone over their movie "Padmavati" and for standing firm by his announcement of a Rs 10 crore reward for it. Haryana's chief media coordinator Kun...