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In a free-flowing interview, UP CM Yogi Adityanath talks about the SP-BSP gathbandhan and its plan to kick off its campaign from Deoband. He also takes on Congress which is trying to make a spirited comeback in UP as he lays down his development agenda, including the grand Kumbh Mela he had organised.
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PM Narendra Modi on Sunday said he decided upon the air strikes on Balakot in Pakistan as he believed the “game” should be played from where terrorism was being remote-controlled. Addressing a ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ event, he said Pakistan was in a fix because if it acknowledged the strikes, it would have to accept that there was a terror camp there.
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Congress formally announced on Sunday that Rahul Gandhi would contest from Wayanad in Kerala besides his traditional stronghold of Amethi in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, a move the party said was intended to strike a chord with south India but one which attracted a hostile reaction from the Left.
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The terrorist behind Friday’s car blast on the Banihal stretch of Jammu-Srinagar highway identified himself as Owais Amin of Hizbul Mujhaideen in a ‘suicide note’ he left behind owning up to the attack, even though he seems to have subsequently changed his mind and abandoned the explosives-laden car moments before the blast.
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More than one lakh students from India enrolled in Australian educational institutions during 2018, constituting 12.4 per cent of the overall international enrolments. This was a rise of 24.5 per cent over the previous calendar year. China continued to lead with 2.56 lakh students (or 29 per cent of the total).
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Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s well-calculated half-century in challenging conditions turned out to be game-changer as Chennai Super Kings won their third match of the season with an eight-run defeat of Rajasthan Royals on Sunday.
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Managing class 12th CBSE exams and becoming the youngest IPL debutant at the same time can be a difficult task, but Royal Challengers Bangalore leg-spinner Prayas Ray Barman just did that.
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