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Date:28-05-2015

Politics

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24 minutes ago

Tripura repeals controversial AFSPA

The Tripura government on Wednesday lifted the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from the state with immediate effect, chief minister Manik Sarkar announced. The Act has been in force in the state since 1997. Sarkar told media that the decision was taken in the cabinet meeting on Wednesday. "Insurgency activities in the state are now reduced almost to zero. The demand for withdrawing the AFSPA has been persuaded at various levels, but we could not take a decision because the security

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Movie News

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18 hours ago

Mahesh 'Srimanthudu' satellite rights Fetch Record price

The leading TV Channel Zee TV has bagged the satellite rights of forthcoming movie “Srimanthudu” starring Prince Mahesh Babu under the direction of Koratala Siva of Mirchi fame. The Zee TV has purchased the Satellite rights for fancy price of Rs.10.5 crores. South Indian hot actress Shruthi Haasan is playing lead role in the movie. The movie

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Featured News

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23 hours ago

Death toll reached 1100 in Both Telugu States

India continued to reel under severe heat wave as temperature soared to above 42 degrees in many places. According to IMD (India Meteorological Department) Reports said 852 people died in Andhra Pradesh while Telengana reported 269 deaths as the temperature in both states remained at 45 degree or above for a week. In Andhra Pradesh, Guntur distr

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IPL-8 (T20)

Updated:
2 days ago

Sangakkara, Rahane conferred with CEAT awards

Indian middle order batsman Ajinkya Rahane won the CEAT Indian Cricketer of the Year award while former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara clinched the International Cricketer of the Year honour at a ceremony here on Monday. Former India captain Kapil Dev, who led the country to first World Cup title in 1983, was conferred with the International

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Narendra Modi

Updated:
17 hours ago

Extra-Constitutional Authorities were 'Really Wielding' power in UPA

Hitting back at Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that she had been an “unconstitutional” authority exercising “real” power over the PMO during the UPA rule. Dismissing the Congress president’s accusation that NDA government was showing “obstinate arrogance” in Parliament and that it wa

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