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BJP chief Amit Shah acknowledged his party lost the crucial Lok Sabha bypolls in Uttar Pradesh because of the electoral understanding between the SP and the BSP. Asked if the BJP's electoral mathematics could be ruined by a possible SP-BSP alliance in 2019, he said, "It is not so simple."
An already emotionally charged Test series between South Africa and Australia turned several shades darker on Saturday after Australian opener Cameron Bancroft was charged with altering the condition of the ball.
Australia captain Steve Smith has said his side deliberately tried to tamper with the condition of the ball on the third day of the third Test against South Africa at Newlands on Saturday in an orchestrated attempt to gain an advantage.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Saturday refuted reports about a fresh data leak of Aadhaar holders, and asserted that there has been "absolutely no breach" of its database.
"No change" has taken place at the Dokalam standoff area after it was resolved last year, India's envoy Gautam Bambawale said and blamed China squarely for the face off, saying it happened because Beijing tried to alter the "status quo" which it should not have.
Saha, who was picked up SRH for INR 5 crore in the 2018 IPL auction, hit a blistering 20-ball 102-run knock for his team Mohun Bagan in a JC Mukherjee Trophy match against BNR Recreation Club in Kalighat.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the "serious" challenge of Naxalism in the country has entered its "last leg" and Maoists are now resorting to coward ambushes against security forces as they are unable to undertake a direct fight.
Mark Zuckerberg bore the brunt this week with $10.3 billion wiped from his fortune on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. He dropped three places to seventh on the ranking as a scandal unfolded at Facebook.
A CBI special court today sentenced former Bihar chief minister Lalu Yadav for 14 years in prison following his conviction in Rs 3.13 crore Dumka treasury case, fourth of the five fodder scam cases.
A CBI special court today sentenced former Bihar chief minister Lalu Yadav for seven years in prison following his conviction in Rs 3.13 crore Dumka treasury case, fourth of the five fodder scam cases.
BJP president Amit Shah today in a letter to TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu wrote that the latter's decision to quit the NDA government was "unilateral" and guided by "political considerations".
It’s being called I4.0, short for Industry 4.0, or the fourth Industrial Revolution, and it is transforming factories and production fl oors across the world. Although India lags its global peers in I4.0 adoption, the country is taking baby steps to improve productivity through tech and enable the manufacturing sector to achieve the target set by the government of contributing 25% of GDP by 2022…
According to the decision, public sector oil marketing companies will not recover their loan for the next six refills booked by Ujjwala households. All existing Ujjwala beneficiaries with loan will also not have to pay their outstanding instalments for the next six refills.
"Delete SpaceX page on Facebook if you're the man?" a user tweeted to Tesla Chief Executive Musk. His response: "I didn't realize there was one. Will do."
India is a brother, but China is like a long lost cousin found, Maldives ambassador to China Mohamed Faisal has said, asserting that his country would push ahead with Chinese projects despite Delhi’s concerns.
The government after some delay has finally set the ball rolling for the acquisition of a small number of new assault rifles, light machine guns and closequarter battle carbines, which were promised for infantry soldiers deployed on the borders with China and Pakistan under the fast-track procedure (FTP).