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Madhya Pradesh: Congress dharna on inflation in Ujjain, Porwal equates BJP with Taliban
IPL 2021: Harshal Patel takes hat-trick, Maxwell shines with bat for RCB as they crush MI by 54 runs
Madhya Pradesh: Ex-revenue office senior clerk arrested in Rs 96L fraud case at MP Gramin Bank
‘You have to be lucky to receive recognition in Bollywood’: 'Scam 1992' actor Pratik Gandhi
Mumbai: Dilip Walse-Patil meets CM on naxal issues to be flagged off at meeting called by the Centre on Sept 26
FPJ Legal: Dhanbad judge was deliberately hit by autorickshaw, CBI tells Jharkhand High Court
Sanjay Raut to file defamation suit of Rs 1.25 against Chandrakant Patil
Mumbai District Central Cooperative Bank probe: Dy CM Ajit Pawar and LoP Praveen Darekar engage in a war of words
DY Patil International University to organise week-long program; to establish IDEA Lab
Maharashtra: FIR registered against BJP leader Pravin Darekar for allegedly using objectionable words against NCP and women
Rajya Sabha bypoll: Congress's Rajni Patil and BJP's Sanjay Upadhyay file nominations in Maharashtra
Maha dharna in Hyderabad sees Opposition parties coming together to counter Centre's 'anti-people' policies
Hardik Patel’s googly to new Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel, says 'withdraw 438 cases filed against Patidars during reservation agitation'
Makers of Pratik Gandhi's 'Bhavai' remove 'objectionable' dialogue from film, say 'have highest regard for Ramayana'
Maharashtra: Congress nominates Rajani Patil as its candidate for Rajya Sabha by-election
Delhi Terror module bust: Maharashtra ATS recovers mobile phone dumped in drain by accused held from Thane's Mumbra
Congress UP vice-president Lalitesh Pati resigns from party ahead of UP assembly polls
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri inaugurate Dhansa-Najafgarh Metro section - See pics
Madhya Pradesh: Cadaveric donations since 2013, new lease of life for 122 from 40 brain-dead people’s organs
ED moves court against Anil Deshmukh for repeated non-compliance of summons; if proven guilty can be jailed for 6 months