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Accuses it of speaking Pak language
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In a stinging attack on the Congress on the Kashmir issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused it of "shamelessly" taking a U-turn and lending its voice for "Kashmir's azadi", a language spoken by Pakistan.

Yangon

Military songs rang out across downtown Yangon today as tens of thousands rallied in defence of Myanmar's army, an institution accused by the global community of driving Rohingya Muslims from the country.

UJIRE (KARNATAKA)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that India could not lag behind in the "digital currency era", as he took a dig at "stalwarts" who had mocked his government's push for digital transactions.

Kolkata

The agitating students of the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) here have launched a relay hunger strike, demanding an unconditional revocation of the expulsion of 14 girl students.

Srinagar

Three separatist leaders today urged the people of Kashmir to launch a "mass agitation" if the Supreme Court delivered a verdict in favour of pleas seeking the repeal of Article 35A and said any effort to "tinker with" a state subject law will create "a Palestine- lik

Srinagar

Opposition National Conference president Farooq Abdullah today said Kashmir was incomplete without Pandits and his party wants them to return, though he opposed the idea of creating a separate homeland for them in the Valley.

NEW DELHI

Retorting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's criticism of his remarks on Jammu and Kashmir's autonomy, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said today that he was "imagining a ghost and attacking it" and maintained that those criticising him should first read his comme

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

As part of its commitment towards society, two organisations operating in the North and Middle Andaman region extended financial assistance to a 13 year old child suffering from chronic cardiac disorder.  Immediately after receiving information about Kumari  Sasila Barwa, 13, daughter of Jagdish Barwa, resident of Haribay in Mayabunder, North Andaman, members from A

NIMBUTALA

Steep prices of different varieties of fishes is taking a toll on consumers at Nimbutala in Middle Andaman. Without an official notification on price fixation fish vendors in the region are reportedly charging exorbitantly from consumers.

Port Blair

Prominent members from the local media fraternity met on Sunday at Junglighat to discuss issues pertaining to the print and electronic media units operating in these islands. The convention unanimously elected a committee to proceed further with the discussed agenda.

Port Blair

The Indian Coast Guard conducted a massive Beach Clean-Up drive at various beaches in A&N Islands including Mazar Seafront area of Marina Park beach, Ariel Bay & Jetty at Diglipur and beaches in Campbell Bay on Saturday  towards Government of India flagship pr

Port Blair

Naval Ship Repair Yard (NSRY) under the aegis of Headquarters, Andaman and Nicobar Command (HQANC) organised a blood donation camp on  October 27  as a part of 44th Raising Day celebrations of NSRY.

Port Blair

The Indian Coast Guard conducted Special Community Interaction Programmes (CIPs) at Junglighat, Port Blair and Mayabunder on October 28.

Port Blair

The Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association, Andaman and Nicobar Islands condoled the demise of Smti  Zohara Bibi (85), w/o late Abdulla, R/o Dugnabad. She breathed her last on Sunday after prolonged illness at GB Pant Hospital, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), A & N Branch conducted first-aid training followed by Mock Drill event for private school teachers on Saturday at RGT Vidyalaya. Altogether, 40 teachers from 20 private schools participated in the Mock Drill.

Port Blair

The Centre of Indian Trade Unions has organized   a convention at Community Hall, Rangat recently as part of the nation-wide campaign by central trade unions against various anti-working class policies being pursued by the NDA government.   About 500 workers represent

Port Blair

The PCC president, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma and chief spokesperson, Mr K Ganeshan have condoled the demise of Dr. A.K. Burman, age 83 yrs  on October 28  at MOIT Hospital  Chennai. He is survived by son Shri. Sailen Burman (Andrew), Miss. Dr.

Port Blair

The AMIE Winter 2017 Examinations (Section A-Diploma & Non-Diploma & Section B) will be held  at Port Blair for seven days from December 2 to 8. The last dates for submission of examination application forms  for both category of candidates i.e.

Mumbai

The Railways is looking to invest over USD 150 billion over the next five years which would help create one million additional jobs, minister Piyush Goyal has said.

NEW DELHI

Top global players including Tata Steel, Essar Group and ArcelorMittal are learnt to have submitted bids to acquire debt-laden Essar Steel which is going through the insolvency resolution process.

Mumbai

Sunil Mittal, the head of the largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel, has said ease of doing business still remains a "major concern" and urged the government to do more.

NEW DELHI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation hit the poor but they forgave him because they believed he was on their side and the move was aimed against "filthy rich people", says former member of the erstwhile Planning Commission Arun Maira says.

NEW DELHI

Nearly a year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced demonetisation, the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 bills returned to banks are still being "processed in all earnest" through a sophisticated currency verification system, the RBI has said.

Mumbai

Tata Motors' British luxury marquee Jaguar-Land Rover (JLR) expects to vroom past the 4,500-unit volume-mark this fiscal year and increase its market share to around 14 per cent.

Kolkata

The West Bengal government is looking at a long-term solution for the ailing jute industry and likely to prepare a white paper for the revival of the sector that offers livelihood to lakhs of people.

Mumbai

Bengaluru-based premium cookie maker Unibic Foods is eyeing a market share of over 10 per cent in the next 12 to 18 months, a top company official said.

Kolkata

Footwear major Khadim India Ltd is looking at premiumisation of its sub-brands, which has surpassed the parent brand in terms of revenue, to boost growth and margins.

JAIPUR

A Jaipur-based InstaCash has introduced a mobile app for people to sell their old smartphones at their doorstep.
Launched a few months back, InstaCash has purchased close to 5,500 smartphones from users in Delhi and NCR market.

NEW DELHI

The combined market valuation of five of the 10 most valued Indian companies zoomed Rs 94,688.93 crore last week, mainly helped by a stellar rally in SBI.

Mumbai

The fence-sitting buyers are likely to come into the market with a firm intention to buy a home if lower interest rates coincide with a hard discount or some other money-saving offer, says property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle.

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