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My kid may have survived if she was taken to hospital with Hema Malini: Father
Trips to Jaipur for the Lalsot based Khandelwal family were common and always fun. They expected the one on Thursday night to be just the same until the car collision which left their life devastated.
Delhi University announces third cutoff list
Delhi University on Friday night released the third cutoff list for admission to various colleges in the national capital.
Dawood was in talks to return to India: Shakeel
Dawood Ibrahim and his deputy and most trusted aide Chhota Shakeel do not wish to return to India anymore. According to Shakeel, the Indian government turned down their proposal to return after the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, and now they are reluctant to come back.
'Goof up' by Vajpayee govt in Kandahar fuels row
Former RAW chief A S Dulat's claim of a "goof up" in Kandahar hijack response by the Vajpayee government in 1999 triggered a controversy today with BJP outrightly rejecting it while Congress alleged that its "soft" approach laid the "foundation of terrorism".
HWL: India thrashed 0-4 by Belgium in semi-final
India were outclassed 0-4 by hosts Belgium, with Florent Van Aubel's fine hat-trick playing a pivotal role in the side's passage to the final.
HWL: Belgium blank India 4-0 in semi-final
HWL Semi-final: Live blog - India vs Belgium
Rijiju didn't delay flight: Civil aviation ministry
Civil aviation ministry on Friday night said it has given a clean chit to minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju in the Air India flight controversy.
CBI quizzes Dayanidhi Maran for 6 hrs on Day 3
CBI on Friday questioned former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran for the third consecutive day on Friday in connection with alleged use of over high-capacity BSNL data lines at his residences in Chennai and Delhi to facilitate speedy transmission of programmes by a Sun TV firm owned by his brother.
Airbus, Mahindra JV to make helicopters in India
European major Airbus has teamed up with diversified Mahindra Group to establish a joint venture for manufacturing helicopters for the Indian Armed Forces.
Dhaka to open more diplomatic missions in NE
Bangladesh will expand its diplomatic presence in India's northeast to improve trade, people-to-people contacts and cultural ties with the eight states in the region, of which four share a common border with it.
Govt notifies rules for valuation of black money
Government has notified rules for calculating overseas income and assets under the stringent foreign black money law that came into force on July 1.
Govt mulls incentives on discarding old cars
Government is considering giving financial incentives to those willing to discard their old cars under a new policy, transport minister Nitin Gadkari said on Friday as he urged people to avoid using multiple cars and adopt 'vehicle planning' on the lines of 'family planning'.
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