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The grieving wife of the Indian engineer shot dead in an apparent hate crime by a navy veteran in Kansas City has demanded an answer from the US government what it would do to stop hate crimes against the minorities.

Accuses PM of doing 'low-level politicking'
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The Congress party today demanded a thorough probe into the Kanpur train tragedy and it accused the Prime Minister of doing "low-level politicking" by using such sensitive matters to attack political opponents.

Sanjay's family members meet TMC MP, civic body promises job to her widow
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West Bengal health secretary R S Shukla today said the department was not satisfied with the reply of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, which has courted controversy for allegedly refusing to release a patient without settling his dues.

Burdwan

Four persons including the owners of the private Nursing Home here were detained by police for allegedly over-charging a patient whose father allegedly committed suicide as he was unable to meet the demand of money by the authorities.

Burdwan

Four persons including the owners of the private Nursing Home here were detained by police for allegedly over-charging a patient whose father allegedly committed suicide as he was unable to meet the demand of money by the authorities.

Gaya

A suspect in the 2002 terror attack on American Centre in Kolkata was arrested from Bihar's Gaya district, police said today.

Gaya

A suspect in the 2002 terror attack on American Centre in Kolkata was arrested from Bihar's Gaya district, police said today.

Time to shout for our rights: Kabir Khan on 'Lipstick under my Burkha' ban
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Coming out in support of Prakash Jha's latest film which was denied certification by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), filmmaker Kabir Khan said a handful of people cannot decide on what people should see and that watching a film is an individual choice.

Kolkata

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today visited two schools in the city where Madhyamik examination conducted by West Bengal Board of Secondary Education was on.

NEW DELHI

Formal sector workers may soon be eligible for up to Rs 20 lakh tax-free gratuity as central trade unions have agreed on the proposal in a tripartite consultation with the Labour Ministry.

Chennai

Setting the ball rolling for its ambitious Aerospace park to come up in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu government has allocated land for 14 companies besides setting up an Advanced Computing and Design Engineering Centre at an outlay of Rs 350 crore.

Wolfsburg (Germany)

German auto giant Volkswagen Sturday said it raced back into the black in 2016 as car sales hit an all-time high, in the latest sign of its "dieselgate" scandal fading into the rearview mirror.

Wolfsburg (Germany)

German car giant Volkswagen Sturday said it was capping its chief executive's pay package at 10 million euros as it moved to rein in top brass salaries in the wake of the "dieselgate" scandal that has cost the company billions.

Kolkata

The jury is still out on the streets of Kolkata over the impact of demonetisation on the hawkers, small traders and beggars, widely held to be worst affected, nearly four months after the surprise move.

NEW DELHI

The Delhi government Saturday approved an around 37-per cent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital.

Chennai

Leading automaker Hyundai Motor has planned to expand its product line up in domestic market with the launch of eight new products by 2020, a top official said on Friday.

NEW DELHI

The Competition Commission has dismissed allegations of unfair business practices made against Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd (GEECL) with regard to supply of coal bed methane gas.

Mumbai

IndiaFirst Life Insurance is looking at achieving overall premium of Rs 2,000 crore by March-end from Rs 1,750 crore at present, a top company official said here.

NEW DELHI

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries has no plans to launch an app-based taxi service as the company sees no logic in diversifying into unrelated sectors.

Mumbai

India's foreign exchange reserves declined by USD 56.8 million to USD 362.73 billion in the week to February 17, on account of dip in foreign currency assets (FCAs), the Reserve Bank said of Friday.

NEW DELHI

Gold prices soared by Rs 325 to regain the Rs 30,000-mark and trade at over 4-month high of Rs 30,175 per 10 grams at the bullion market on Saturday, amid a firm overseas trend and wedding season buying by jewellers.

Washington

An Indian-American businessman, who previously owned a popular jewellery chain in Boston, has been arrested at the Los Angeles International Airport on his return from India on charges of defrauding his former lenders.

Ahmedabad

Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian Friday said Universal Basic Income (UBI), as proposed in the recent Economic Survey, can be put in place only after withdrawal of the existing welfare projects.

Ahmedabad

Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian Friday said Universal Basic Income (UBI), as proposed in the recent Economic Survey, can be put in place only after withdrawal of the existing welfare projects.

NEW DELHI

China's bad loans totalled a whopping USD 220 billion last year with the provincial governments causing most of them due to their penchant for infrastructure overdrive, a banking report said on Saturday.

NEW DELHI

China's bad loans totalled a whopping USD 220 billion last year with the provincial governments causing most of them due to their penchant for infrastructure overdrive, a banking report said on Saturday.

Paris

Google said it will begin offering media groups an artificial intelligence tool designed to stamp out incendiary comments on their websites.

Mumbai

The BJP will not have a post-poll understanding with the Congress in the BMC and not abandon the transparency agenda, its plank in the civic polls, Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis today said.

NEW DELHI

The high-decibel campaign for the fifth phase of the crucial Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, which had touched a new low by a free flow of scornful words like "donkey, Kasab and kabootar", came to a close this evening.

NEW DELHI

The high-decibel campaign for the fifth phase of the crucial Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, which had touched a new low by a free flow of scornful words like "donkey, Kasab and kabootar", came to a close this evening.

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