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Ayodhya case: Mosque sides urge SC to follow Constitution
India

Ayodhya case: Mosque sides urge SC to follow Constitution

The daily hearings in the sensitive Ayodhya case concluded last week and the countdown for the verdict has started.
Ganga activist Swami Gopal Das' disappearance raises questions on government
India

Ganga activist Swami Gopal Das' disappearance raises questions on government

For the last six months, Swami Gopal Das has been fasting for Ganga river.
7,000 farmers march to Mumbai; delegation meets CM Fadnavis
India

7,000 farmers march to Mumbai; delegation meets CM Fadnavis

Eight months after they were promised reforms by the BJP government in Maharashtra, a delegation of protesting farmers met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday to reiterate their demands.
Ex-IIT Professor GD Agarwal dies during fast-unto-death to save Ganga
India

Ex-IIT Professor GD Agarwal dies during fast-unto-death to save Ganga

Former IIT Kanpur Professor and Ganga activist, 87-year-old GD Agarwal, passed away on Thursday at AIIMS Rishikesh following a four-month-long hunger strike against authorities.
#PehluKhanLynching: Witnesses, including sons, fired at by unidentified men
India

#PehluKhanLynching: Witnesses, including sons, fired at by unidentified men

On Saturday morning, witnesses in Pehlu Khan's lynching in Alwar in April 2017, including his sons, have been allegedly fired upon while they were on their way to Behror to depose Khan's lynching.
Delhi: 2 bogus retired army-officers arrested for cheating 200 people
India

Delhi: 2 bogus retired army-officers arrested for cheating 200 people

Two men were arrested for allegedly posing as retired army officers and cheating around 200 people in the national capital, police said today.
Alwar lynching: Cops covered 4km-journey in 3hrs, stopped for tea
India

Alwar lynching: Cops covered 4km-journey in 3hrs, stopped for tea

Friday night, Mewat resident Rakbar alias Akbar Khan was brutally assaulted in Rajasthan's Alwar, on suspicion that he was smuggling cows.
Madhya Pradesh: Minister organizes frog wedding to please rain Gods
India

Madhya Pradesh: Minister organizes frog wedding to please rain Gods

Lalita Yadav, Minister of Women and Child Development in Madhya Pradesh, married off two frogs in a grand ceremony hoping to please rain Gods, a move that was heavily criticized by Opposition Congress.
Not just Shimla, many cities, hill-stations on verge of water-crisis
India

Not just Shimla, many cities, hill-stations on verge of water-crisis

Scenes from Shimla, where residents have had to line up for hours to get water from tankers since the last two weeks, might soon become rampant across India if preventive measures aren't taken.

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