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The Times of India

#MeToo: Anirban Blah allegedly attempts suicide

Co-founder of KWAN Entertainment, Anirban Blah tried commiting suicide at the Vashi bridge at the wee-hours on Friday, 19th October.

Arunachal on alert as landslide creates artificial lake in China

About 6,000 people were evacuated after a landslide in Tibet blocked the flow of one of the region's key rivers, creating a lake that could endanger downstream areas in India. Arunachal Pradesh

2 women return after entry to Sabarimala blocked

The women had to return from Nadapanthal after a huge sit-in and blockade by protesters and devotees who were in Sabarimala for darshan on the occasion of Vijayadashami. Kantararu Rajeevararu, the

Two women agree to return as protesters block entry to Sabarimala

Two women, who had reached the entry point of Sabarimala temple on Friday decided to return after huge protests by devotees opposing the entry of girls and women of menstrual age into the Lord Ayyappa

Sabarimala live: Priests threaten to shut shrine

Women's struggle to get entry into the Sabarimala temple continues for the third day. Heavy police deployment have been made along the route of the temple as protest continues over the SC order

Noida's call centres pop up on radar of Interpol

Sahil Verma, a resident of Shahdra who started a sham operation in Noidasector 63, was arrested for allegedly cheating hundreds of Canadians and citizens of other countries. Noida police said Verma

Farmers in ‘model’ Punjab don’t burn crop stubble

Although there is no assistance from the government this year, about 70% of Kalar Majra has decided not to burn paddy stubble, with good reason. Ploughing it back into the soil is good not only for

New norms: It may be tougher to get H-1B visas

The proposal, titled ‘Strengthening the H-1B non-immigration visa classification program,’ indicates that the Department of Homeland Security (of which USCIS is a unit) will revise the definition of

8,000 new CBSE schools likely soon

The revised bye laws were released by the minister for human resource development, Prakash Javadekar on Thursday where he said that the focus is on a transparent and hassle-free process. As first

2nd day running, Sabarimala is a no woman’s land

With protesters continuing to disregard the apex court’s order, the administration imposed a curfew in Illavungal and Sannidanam areas on Thursday which will remain in force till Friday.

RSS chief calls for law to build Ram temple

“As a partner of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement, we say the temple must be built soon at the birthplace of Shri Ram. There should be a decision soon. And we say the government make a law... make a law

Khashoggi probe: US pulls out of Saudi meet

The Trump administration was finally embarrassed on Thursday into pulling out of Saudi investment conference after the US President and his minions were widely seen as shilling for a Saudi monarchy

Ddn schools deny admission to minor rape victim

A class X girl who was allegedly gang-raped by 4 students at a Dehradun boarding school has been denied admission by other famous schools in the city. CBSE gave the list of schools to be approached

America plans H-1B visa changes, India says 'closely engaged' with US

The comment by the ministry of external affairs (MEA) spokesperson came after Washington said it is planning to "revise" the definition of employment and specialty occupations under the H-1B visas by

Most corrupt bookies in cricket are Indians: ICC

A top International Cricket Council official says that most of the bookies indulging in corrupt practices have repeatedly turned out to be Indian during the course of its several investigations.

Shivakumar apologises for Sidda's Lingayat move

With folded hands, Congress leader DK Shivakumar said no government should interfere in religion, caste or culture-related issues. He apology on behalf of the previous Siddaramaiah-led government is

Young women urged not to visit Sabarimala shrine

Kandaru Rajeevaru, the head priest, appealed women of restricted ages as per the centuries-old traditions of the shrine, not to come and create a problem. He clarified that the temple will not be

With few buyers, Iranian oil fleet heads to China

China's Dalian city receives 1-3 million barrels of Iranian oil per month but now 22 million barrels of Iranian crude oil is being transported. Iran has switched off tracking devices on tankers to

Azad's remarks at AMU an 'abuse' for Hindus: BJP

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad's comments at an event in Lucknow were condemned by the ruling party spokesperson Sambit Patra who said that the simple reason behind fewer people calling Azad for