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FIRs against victims of cow vigilantism are making the attackers bolder.
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"We are taking strict action to ensure such incidents are not repeated."
Even the parents were part of this decision, says this report.
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The abnormal growth had become painful for the boy.
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Three regions spanning 10 cities have now launched Heat Action Plans, with Ahmedabad leading the way. The regions of Nagpur in Maharashtra and Bhubaneswar in Odisha also launched HAPs in March 2016 in advance of the hot season. The record-breaking temperatures we've seen so far are certainly testing the new plans.
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Expressing anguish over the move to recite "Hanuman chalisa" at an AIDS awareness programme, the Bombay High Court has asked the BJP-ruled Nagpur Municipal Corporation if, according to it, "India is f...
NAGPUR -- Around 140 inmates of the Central Prison here were given State Bank of India (SBI) ATM cards today for use inside the premises, with plans to extend the service to all 800 prisoners of the f...
NAGPUR -- A Mumbai-bound GoAir flight from Bhubaneshwar had to make an emergency landing on Saturday morning in Nagpur following a bomb scare. The passengers were deplaned immediately after the bomb t...
MUMBAI -- In a benevolent gesture, eight-year-old Nagpur resident Rashika Joshi met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and donated her piggy bank savings to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund...
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A miasma of impending gloom envelops the Indian horizons. The extreme right-wing fanatics seem to have embarked with brazen brutality on their quest to liquidate modern intellectuals, and are likely to be involved in the deaths of MM Kalburgi, Narendra Dabholkar and Govind Pansare. But India's current political leadership has maintained a calculated silence. For the BJP, anything remotely liberal that challenges traditional rigidities deserves instant condemnation and retaliation, a bonfire of the vanities.
NAGPUR — The man Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tasked with launching a China-style infrastructure boom calls himself a "bulldozer" and promises to add two percentage points to India's economic grow...