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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged Muslims not to "politicise" the triple talaq issue and requested them to come forward and find a "solution".PoliticsDelhi MCD Elections: Arvind Kejriwal accepts defeat, says 'we made mistakes'
After crushing defeat in recently held MCD Elections 2017, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accepted defeat, saying 'yes, we made mistakes'.India NewsDelhi hawala operator Naresh Jain held, over 50 quizzed in EC bribery case
A hawala operator from old Delhi, Naresh Jain, was arrested here on Friday in connection with sidelined AIADMK leader T.T.V. Dinakaran's alleged offer of Rs 50 crore in bribes to the Election Commission officials, the Delhi Police saidPoliticsMission 400: Amit Shah to embark 95-day tour of states from Saturday
BJP chief Amit Shah will be setting off on 95-day tour of Indian states to achieve his 'Mission 400' - target for 2019 Lok Sabha polls.India NewsChhattisgarh becomes fifth state to pass GST Bill
Chhattisgarh passes GST Bill on Friday, become fifth state to adopt new tax regime, making it easier for Centre to implement the new tax regime across the nation by July 1.India NewsSchool in UP forces students to sport Yogi hair-style, parents protest
A private school in Meerut city of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday allegedly issued a diktat to its students to sport 'Yogi-style' hair cut, raising the hackles of shocked parents who protested.India NewsWatch-106 old lady wins heart on You Tube through cooking
These days people get instant fame on social media, may it be YouTube, Facebook and mostly youngsters. While, the social media fascinates youngsters the most, this 106-year old lady from Andhra Pradesh will drive you crazy.India NewsNitin Gadkari announces 12 new expressways, 3 to start from 2017
At least a dozen new expressways would be constructed in the coming year to connect various states in the country, of which three will be started in 2017, it was announced here Friday.PoliticsAAP in huddle; Kejriwal asks councillors 'not to betray party'
The AAP went into a huddle on Thursday to mull over its unimpressive show in the civic polls in Delhi, as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged his newly-elected councillors "not to betray AAP".