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Speaking at a function organized to start work on the Rs 43,129 crore Barmer oil refinery project here, Modi said drought and Congress walk hand-in-hand and the state saw end of drought when the party was shown the door. He said the Cong had only laid foundation stones for projects to claim credit.
The scope and timing of the recent US exercises suggest a renewed focus on getting the country's military prepared for what could be on the horizon with North Korea.
The US has been trying to convince Pakistan that India was not a threat to it and Islamabad should change its strategic stance towards New Delhi, defence minister Khurram Dastagir Khan has said.
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The Supreme Court (SC) today told the Maharashtra government the Justice BM Loya 'mysterious death' case is a matter in which the petitioner should know all the facts and must be able to examine all the documents, including the medical report.
Bajrang Dal and VHP members said each year thousands of people become a part of their organisation, but since not everybody can be given a designation, they are given the role of informers.
A crisis erupted on January 12 after four senior judges — Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph — openly castigated the functioning of the top court headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.
P Gopichand inaugurates Bennett University sports complex
India continued their dominant run in the Under 19 World Cup by dishing out a clinical all-round performance with the ball that saw them steamroll Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets in their second Group B match on Tuesday.
If 2017 was a landmark year for Indian badminton, the credit goes largely to national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand whose role in guiding the cream of India's shuttlers resulted in numerous medals. Gopichand and his protege Kidambi Srikanth spoke to TOI about the year gone by and what lies ahead.