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The Times of India

Stalin: I’d have died had Karunanidhi not been buried on Marina Beach

Speaking at an executive committee meeting of the party which was held here to condole the death of Karunanidhi, Stalin narrated his meeting with Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami at

Car hits barriers outside UK Parl, driver arrested

A man was arrested after a car collided with security barriers outside London's parliament building and a number of pedestrians were injured, police said on Tuesday.

'Never give up on us': Kohli appeals to fans

India's dismal run in the ongoing Test series against England has forced India skipper Virat Kohli to post a message on social media in which he appealed to fans to never give up on the team.

Tuticorin protests: Madras HC orders CBI probe

In a major setback to the Tamil Nadu government, the Madras high court on Tuesday ordered a CBI probe into the May 22 police shooting in Tuticorin in which 13 anti-Sterlite protesters were killed.

J&K: Infiltration bid foiled, 2 Pak soldiers killed

Two Pakistani troopers were killed by the Indian Army in response to ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) in Tangdhar sector of Jammu and Kashmir, a defence spokesman said. Indian

Rupee hits all-time low of 70 per US dollar

On Monday, the currency had hit recorded its biggest intra-day fall in five years, hitting the all-time low of 69.93, followed by a global currency crisis after the Turkish lira witnessed a rout.The

Army's 'tree-trunk bridge' a hit in Kerala

Troops used local resources — trunks and branches of fallen trees — and help from the local people to complete the washed-away bridge, reported the Twitter handle of the Indian Army.

HDK visits 40 temples in 82 days as CM

H D Kumaraswamy has set a record visiting around 40 temples in his first 82 days as chief minister — a temple every alternate day. Sources in the chief minister’s office (CMO) said Kumaraswamy had

EC plans for ‘normal’ Lok Sabha, state polls

Even as the Law Commission examines the proposal for simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly polls, the Election Commission remains focused on preparations for the general election in April-May 2019 and a

Don Arun Gawli tops exam on Gandhian thought

With a 92.5% score, Arun Gawli can boast of adding another feather to his trademark ‘Gandhi topi’ after topping an exam on Gandhian thought held at Nagpur Central Jail, where he is serving a life

Bitcoin fraud: How investors lost Rs 22,000 crore

It was too good a deal — earn 1% daily interest and double your money in 100 days. Too good to be true, hordes of rich investors in Gujarat realised a year later when the BitConnect platform folded up

Winter’s coming: Oil tankers race against time

Every year around mid-May, a chain of about 1,000 tankers roll out daily for the border regions of Jammu & Kashmir and higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh from supply points of state-run fuel

We are legal guardians of cows in U'khand: HC

Uttarakhand high court invoked the ‘parens patriae’ clause (becoming a legal protector) for “the welfare of cows and other stray cattle in Uttarakhand.” By invoking this provision, the court declared

'Sexual abuse rampant in 15 Bihar shelter homes'

Muzaffarpur shelter home where 34 inmates were raped is not the only one in Bihar where sexual, mental and physical abuse was rampant. Tata Institute of Social Sciences, whose social audit report

1 year after Doklam, China intrudes 400m into Ladakh

China continues to needle India at different stretches along the 4,057-km Line of Actual Control (LAC), with People’s Liberation Army troops intruding around 300-400 metres inside the Demchok sector

Alagiri claims support of Karuna men, slams Stalin

Signalling resumption of the family feud over DMK stalwart M Karunanidhi's legacy days after his death, his estranged son MK Alagiri claimed on Monday that all loyal party workers were with him and

BCCI may grill Shastri, Kohli after debacle in Eng

The BCCI may pose a few questions to chief coach Ravi Shastri and captain Virat Kohli depending on how the 3rd Test against England pans out. The team for the 4th and 5th Test would be picked after

Kerala continues to reel under floods, tourism hit

Over 60,000 people have been displaced and rendered homeless with the death toll rising to 39. Some respite appeared on the horizon for the worst-hit Idduki hill district where the water in the dam