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Six months after coup, Myanmar military leader declares himself Prime Minister - Here's the story so far
NHRC seeks reports from Legal Service Authority on by prisoner suicides in Mumbai, Kolkata jails
Madhya Pradesh needs to come up with clear rules to give parole to prisoners
AGRI TO ‘AGGRO’? Agitating ryots mull political party to fight Assembly poll
Chhattisgarh: Congress MLA Brihaspati Singh's controversial remark on tribals and journalists creates political ruckus
Mini victory for BCCI: Monty Panesar opts out of Kashmir Premier League citing political tensions
FPJ Legal | Relatives file petition challenging transfer of Elgar Parishad case accused from Taloja to other prisons in Maharashtra
No 'unlock' for Pune: Mayor Murlidhar Mohol backs protesting traders as MLA Siddharth Shirole dubs govt decision a 'sinister political vendetta'
Lalu Prasad confirms meeting Mulayam Singh after photos trend, says natural to discuss politics
FPJ Legal | Bhima Koregoan case probe given to NIA to unearth larger pan-India conspiracy, not politically motivated: Centre to Bombay HC
Met Rahul Gandhi, discussed national politics at length: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut
'My own partymen were happy...': Babul Supriyo firm on quitting politics, but will remain MP
BJP national president JP Nadda had asked Babul Supriyo not to give up his post and politics: Sources
Will Babul Supriyo join TMC, CPI (M), or Congress? Singer-turned-politician edits FB post on 'quitting politics'
West Bengal: BJP MP Babul Supriyo quits politics, says want to focus on social work
'Discussed several political issues': Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal after meeting with Mamata Banerjee
Madhya Pradesh: Mandsaur hooch toll raises political dust in state, former chief minister Digvijaya Singh demands excise minister’s resignation
FPJ Legal: Prisoner can be released on parole to attend his own marriage, says Bombay High Court
West Bengal: Politics erupt between TMC-BJP over death of BJP leader
‘KING TIGER’ CM WHO NEVER COMPLETED HIS TERMS, IS STILL FAR FROM POLITICAL TERMINUS