NEW DELHIBJP MPs protest against Rahul Gandhi's 'insulting' remarks, party's OBC wing plans protest
NEW DELHI: BJP MPs, mostly from Other Backward Classes, on Tuesday took out a march from Parliament complex to Vijay Chowk here protesting against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's comments on the ‘Modi...

NEW DELHIUmesh Pal murder case: Supreme Court dismisses Atiq Ahmad's plea for protection in UP police custody
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed jailed former MP and alleged gangster Atiq Ahmad's plea seeking protection during his custody with Uttar Pradesh police in the Umesh Pal murder case.

NEW DELHICentre working to reduce logistics cost to GDP to 7.5% in 5 years: Amit Shah
NEW DELHI: The government is working to bring down logistics cost to GDP to 7.5 per cent from the current 13 per cent, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said Tuesday.

CHANDIGARHClose to catching Amritpal Singh, Punjab govt tells high court
CHANDIGARH: Punjab government on Tuesday told the Punjab and Haryana High Court that they are close to catching radical preacher Amritpal Singh.

PUNEIndia committed to support African partner nations in all defence-related matters: Rajnath Singh
PUNE: India is steadfast in its commitment to provide support in all defence-related matters to African partner countries, including capability enhancement of their armed forces, Defence Minister Raj...

NEW DELHIRahul Gandhi trying to 'rip' apart PM's image, won't succeed as people are with Modi: BJP
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Tuesday launched a fresh attack on Rahul Gandhi, saying the Congress leader's refusal to apologise to the OBC community for his "indecent" comments is yet another "manifestation...

NEW DELHIRahul Gandhi's disqualification: Congress plans protest march from Red Fort
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday announced a protest march from Red Fort to Town Hall in old Delhi's Chandni Chowk against the disqualification of party leader Rahul Gandhi from Lok Sabha.

KOLKATABanks need to strike balance for economic progress: President Droupadi Murmu
KOLKATA: President Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday said that banks need to strike the right balance between creation of assets and protecting people's money to ensure economic progress.

NEW DELHIWill abide without prejudice to my rights: Rahul Gandhi's reply to notice over bungalow vacation
NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday wrote to the Lok Sabha Secretariat, saying "without prejudice to his rights", he will abide by the details of their letter on the vacation of his of...

NEW DELHIIndia logs 1,573 fresh Covid cases; active cases at 10,981
NEW DELHI: India has logged 1,573 new coronavirus cases, while the active cases have increased to 10,981, according to Union Health Ministry data updated on Tuesday.

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