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    Don't pollute Yamuna on Ganesh Chaturthi, devotees told
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : With the Narendra Modi government moving toward cleaning India's rivers, including the sacred Ganga and its tributary, the Yamuna, authorities are worried that coming religious festivals might just aggravate the river's pollution.

    Human development should get precedence: Pakistani women's group
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : The concerns of human development should take precedence over old issues like Kashmir, and women should be part of the peace process between India and Pakistan, members of a Pakistani women's delegation said here Saturday.

    Six injured as car rams into rickshaws in Delhi
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Six people were injured when a speeding car rammed into the cycle rickshaws they were sleeping on, police said Saturday.

    Manmohan wanted to contact Pakistani militants: Yasin
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : JKLF leader Yasin Malik has said then Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh wanted him to contact militants in Pakistan.

    Ficci wants labour laws shifted to state list
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) Friday urged the government to shift labour laws from the concurrent to the state list with a view to attract more investment.

    'Doki' comes to India
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Globally popular animated series "Doki" will premiere in India Sep 1 to cater to young inquisitive minds in its own unique way.

    JKLF leader vows to intensify separatist campaign
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of taking a "hardline" stand on Jammu and Kashmir, JKLF leader Yasin Malik has pledged to intensify the separatist campaign.

    India coach names squad for Asian Games exposure tour
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : India women's football national team coach Tarun Roy Saturday named a 22-member squad for the exposure tour to China ahead of the Incheon Asian Games next month.

    'Katiyabaaz': Documentary makers challenge mainstream space
    By Natalia Ningthoujam, New Delhi, Aug 23 : The release of an 80-minute documentary on Kanpur's electricity hassles against a big banner Bollywood film didn't seem an alien concept to the makers of "Katiyabaaz", who were confident of "challenging the mainstream".

    Sri Lanka must ensure justice for Tamils: Modi
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday urged Sri Lanka to ensure "equality, dignity, justice and self-respect" for its Tamil minority.

    CPI-M salutes Ananthamurthy
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : The CPI-M Saturday mourned the death of renowned writer and social activist U.R. Ananthamurthy, calling him "a firm advocate of secular values".

    The difficult task of finding friends and foes in West Asia
    By Saeed Naqvi: It is widely known that New Delhi tilts towards Israel in its dealings with West Asia, particularly since the 1999 Kargil war when the Jewish state provided the ammunition required for India's field guns. Other mutual interests have since multiplied.

    SC refuses to postpone UPSC exam
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : The Supreme Court Saturday rejected a plea for the postponement of the UPSC preliminary examination in the wake of a controversy over the aptitude test.

    Help develop cutting edge technologies: President to IITs
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : President Pranab Mukherjee has called upon IITs to play a pivotal role in India's endeavour to develop newer, cutting edge technologies and utilise them to create in-house technology solutions for domestic requirements.

    'Katiyabaaz': A documentary maker challenges mainstream space
    By Natalia Ningthoujam, New Delhi, Aug 23 : The release of an 80-minute documentary on Kanpur's electricity hassles against a big banner Bollywood film didn't seem an alien concept to the makers of "Katiyabaaz", who were confident of "challenging the mainstream".

    President condoles Ananthamurthy's death
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : President Pranab Mukherjee Saturday condoled the death of writer U.R. Ananthamurthy, saying India will remember his invaluable contribution to literature.

    Mobile phones cause changes in metabolism
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Mobile phones are certainly causing some changes in the human body's metabolism unlike claims made by cellular operators, medical experts have said.

    First edition of northeast film fest starts in capital
    New Delhi, Aug 23 : Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar Friday opened the first edition of northeast film festival in the capital and said the government is committed to mainstream new initiatives in the region.

    Arun Jaitley clarifies his remark on rape
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was Friday embroiled in controversy over his remark that the Dec 16 Delhi gangrape was a "small incident", with the Congress describing his comments as "idiotic" and "horrendous". He clarified that his remark had been "misconstrued".

    'A Passionate Eye' exhibition at National Museum extended till ...
    New Delhi, Aug.22 : For the first time ever, the National Museum has organized an exhibition showcasing a private collection of works, which C L Bharany and his late father collected from across India. The exhibition, titled 'A Passionate Eye', was originally conceived as a 34-day show slated to ...

    Tamil National Alliance leaders meet Manmohan Singh
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : A delegation of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) leaders met former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on Friday.

    Indian jihadist in Iraq not a threat: C Uday Bhaskar
    New Delhi, Aug.22 : Retired Commodore and security and strategic analyst C Uday Bhaskar, in light of the call to arms of the first Indian jihadist group aboard, said that it was not a big threat to national security.

    Tourism Ministry simplifies procedure for hotel classification and ...
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : The Ministry of Tourism has today decided to simplify the hotel classification and re-classification procedure by not seeking the licenses and clearances which are issued by various Local, State and Central Government authorities for operation of hotels.

    IARI offers advanced training programmes to Afghan students
    By Neelapu Shanti, New Delhi, Aug 22 : The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) is offering advanced courses to Afghan students to rebuild agricultural productivity in Afghanistan, which is being sponsored by the Ministry of External Affairs.

    PM addresses IITs' Boards of Governors conference at Rashtrapati ...
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed Conference of Chairmen of Boards of Governors, and Directors of IITs at the Rashtrapati Bhawan, where he exhorted them to provide innovative solutions to problems faced by the common people in their day-to-day life.

    President calls on council of IITs to draw roadmap for governance in ...
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : President Pranab Mukherjee today inaugurated a one-day conference of Chairmen of Board of Governors and Directors of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

    Biggest DDA housing scheme of 25,000 flats announced
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) Friday approved its biggest housing scheme so far of over 25,000 flats.

    DU registrar's deputation cancelled
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : The government has cancelled the extension of deputation period given earlier to Delhi University Registrar Alka Sharma.

    Delhi's child sex ratio at birth increases
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : The child sex ratio in the capital registered an increase from 886 females per 1,000 males in 2012 to 895 in 2013, the Delhi government said Friday.

    HC notice to Pakistan mission on child's custody
    New Delhi, Aug 22 : The Delhi High Court Friday issued notice to the Pakistan High Commission, seeking its assistance on the custody issue of a four-year-old Pakistani girl, who had lost her parents in an accident near Srinagar in June.

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