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India to host key SCO anti-terror meet todayIndia is set to host a Regional Anti-Terror Structure (RATS) talks under the auspices of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in New Delhi on Monday. All..
Taliban's latest order bans men and women from sitting together at restaurants | OneIndia News
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NGO Warns That Almost 10 Million Children Are Starving in Afghanistan
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Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict Perarivalan and his mother meet CM MK Stalin | Oneindia News
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'Bribe for visas': CBI arrests Karti Chidambaram's close aideThe Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday arrested a close associate of Congress leader Karti P Chidambaram in the ongoing visa corruption case. The..
CBI raids Karti Chidambaram, books him in 2011 ‘Chinese visa’ caseThe case goes back to 2011 when visas were issued within a month of the application being made and were beyond the permissible limit. In a statement, the CBI..
Cyclone Asani updates: 23 flights cancelled in Visakhapatnam, 10 in ChennaiDirector Srinivas of the Visakhapatnam International Airport said that IndiGo has cancelled 23 flights due to poor weather.
BREAKING: Delhi court convicts Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik in J-K terror funding caseYasin Malik, who was presented before the NIA court in Delhi today, was convicted in relation to the terror funding case in J&K.
LPG price increased by ₹ 3.50 per cylinder; to cost ₹1,003 in Delhi | Oneindia News
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Delhi temperature today: What will be the maximum temperature in the capital? IMD revealsOn Sunday, Delhi had recorded a temperature of 45.6 degrees, the highest this year.
Delhi: Around 700 employees will become 'surplus' after MCD merger, say officialsThe Centre issued a notification on Wednesday, where it said the three civic bodies of Delhi will be formally merged on May 22.
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