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Indian Muslims will live and die for India: Modi
19 September 2014, New Delhi, IANS
In an interview to CNN, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: "If anyone thinks Indian Muslims will dance to their (Al Qaeda) tune, they are delusional. Indian Muslims will live for India, they will die for India - they will not want anything bad for India."
BJP to send Sena a fresh proposal, wants talks on each seat
Attempting to break the deadlock in seat-sharing talks for the October 15 Maharashtra assembly elections, BJP will send a fresh proposal to Shiv Sena even as it said it would like to contest many seats its saffron ally had not won in years.
Mandolin musician U Srinivas passes away
Renowned mandolin exponent Uppalapu Srinivas, popularly known as 'Mandolin' Srinivas, who took the Carnatic music world by storm in the late seventies as a child prodigy, died on Friday following liver-related illness at the age of 45.
Sharif accuses opponents of using human shields
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif accused politician Imran Khan and religious leader Tahirul Qadri and their parties of 'inciting people to opt for mutiny'. He also charged Khan and Qadri of using "women and children" as human shields in attacks...

‘Rape has no grey areas... it is an adult act’
‘We have asked for a part of Nirbhaya fund to start a one-stop crisis centre. This might go a long...

PM greets Xi in Delhi, talks tough on troops in Ladakh
With the continuing stand-off in Ladakh casting a shadow over the Sino-India talks, PM Narendra Modi raised ‘serious concerns’ over the repeated incidents along the border and sought an early settlement of the boundary question.

South MCD hikes parking tariff by five to 10 times
The standing committee of South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on Thursday gave it’s approval to increase parking rates in it’s area by five to ten times.

Of terror and deviousness
Anil Bhat
Intel links Pakistan high commission in New Delhi with funding anti-India activities.
More clarity please, Modi
S Sethuraman
Navigating choppy waters of diplomacy, he needs to also show policy precision.
Behind the wall
Ruchi Kokcha
No matter how much women try and become equal to men, there is something that they lack when...
India-Asean FTA in services, a reality
Subrata Majumder
The agreement will prove progressive road for economic buoyancy in region.


'What is your stand on gas price hike?' SC asks Govt
'Tell us what is the situation. Whether you (govt) are going to argue or stick to the old govt's policy or is it something else?' Supreme Court asked.

A policeman stands on the ladder behind the bus as it moves on a flooded road at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on Friday.

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