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Clarify whether Taj Mahal is mausoleum or temple CIC to govt

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New Delhi: The Central Information Commission has asked the Union Culture Ministry to respond to an RTI plea on whether the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum built by Shahjahan or a Shiva temple gifted to the Mughal emperor by a Rajput king.

The question -- forwarded as an alternative narrative of history and the subject of various court cases -- which reached the CIC through a

From PAN to EPFO now Aadhaar is mandatory to carry out these 10 actions

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New Delhi: Aadhaar, justifying its name, is literally becoming base to your survival. Recent amendments in rules related to  Aadhaar indicate that soon it will be made mandatory for even trading shares and other funds in the market. After Aadhaar- PAN linkage, government is planning to link Aadhaar to money market transactions in order to check and curb sharp practices

Chandigarh The victim who was allegedly stalked by Haryana Bharatiya Janata Party BJP state Presiden

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Expressing disappointment over female junior engineer who had appeared before the court in a case wearing multi-coloured check shirt and jeans, the Himachal Pradesh High Court has prescribed a dress code for government officials while attending court hearings. 

“Every litigant appearing before the court is expected to be dressed in a modest manner so as to m

Privacy is a fundamental right 9-judge Constitution Bench of SC reserves verdict

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New Delhi: A nine-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, currently dealing with the contentious issue whether right to privacy was a fundamental right, reserved its verdict in the case on Wednesday.

The Gujarat government had earlier this morning told the Supreme Court that transparency is a key component in the technological era and providing basic personal in

US lists Pakistan among countries providing safe havens to terrorists

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Washington: The US on Wednesday listed Pakistan among the nations and regions providing "safe havens" to terrorists, saying terror groups like the LeT and JeM continue to operate, train, organise and fundraise inside the country in 2016.

In its annual 'Country Report on Terrorism', as mandated by the Congress, the State Department said that Pakistani

Delhi traffic The reason for economic and climate burden says study

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New Delhi: The capital of India – New Delhi – is often under fire for its choking traffic, pollution and growing population.

Delhi roads are undoubtedly one of the most congested and the city's traffic is clearly getting worse by the day.

Unfortunately, a study by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has found that this is causing a burden

JK Terrorists hurl grenade on a temporary police post in Pulwama SPO injured

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New Delhi: A day after attacking Army jawan's convoy in Bandipora district, terrorists hurled grenade on a temporary police post at Tral's Aripal in Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir. According to the reports of ANI, one Special Police Officer has suffered minor injuries.

Talking to PTI, a police official said, "The ultras fired a UBGL grenade at a joi

Ballabgarh lynching case Junaids father demands death penalty for main accused

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New Delhi: A day after Haryana Railway Police nabbed the man, who had stabbed a 16-year-old on-board a train in Ballabhgarh, from Maharastra's Dhule area, the father of deceased Junaid Khan has reportedly demanded death penalty for the accused. According to the reports, the accused has confessed his crime and he will be produced before a Dhule magistrate for a transit re

Pakistan remains unfazed despite US warning accords grand welcome to Hizbul chief Syed Salahuddin in

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New Delhi: Pakistan seems to be undeterred by the United States designation of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist. 

In the latest development, the Hizbul terrorist was recently given a grand welcome in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir's Muzaffarabad. This comes after Salahuddin was declared "specially designated global terrorist"

Passenger sends cheque of Rs 950 to Railways foregoing fare subsidy

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New Delhi: The Railways is in a fix over a cheque of Rs 950 sent by a passenger apparently to give up the subsidy borne by the government on the train fare between Jammu and Delhi.

Currently, the Railways bears 43 percent of the cost of all rail fares even as the public transporter incurs a loss of about Rs 30,000 crore every year in subsidising passenger fares.

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