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Hathras gang-rape case: Allahabad High Court to monitor CBI probe into, orders Supreme Court

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 A 3-judge bench headed by CJI SA Bobde refused to transfer the Hathras case to Delhi, saying it is appropriate for CBI to conclude the probe and it will be decided later. »more

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REVEALED: Why Tauseef killed Ballabhgarh girl Nikita Tomar

Since Nikita had refused to convert to Islam and rejected his friendship, Tauseef was infuriated and wanted to teach Nikita a lesson. With no option left, Tauseef planned to kill her and shot her dead as she came out of her college on Monday after taking her exams.
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Madras High Court disposes of plea against Educational Management Information System

Filling of caste, religion, Aadhaar columns to remain optional
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Bigg Boss 14 synopsis, day 20: Jaan Kumar Sanu asks Nikki Tamboli to choose between him and Rahul Vaidya

At the end of the task Rahul, Nikki and Jaan join Pavitra in the red zone. Nikki sees this as a good chance to use Jaan's jealousy and straighten him up.
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Bigg Boss 14, Day 20, Audience Poll: Did Rahul Vaidya physically intimidate Jasmin Bhasin during captaincy task? Vote now

While Kavita Kaushik and other Bigg Boss 14 housemates supported Jasmin on her stand against Rahul's alleged physical intimidation, viewers felt that Jasmin was playing women card to put Rahul down.
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MRPL Vigilance Awareness Week begins with integrity pledge
Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL) on Tuesday commenced the Vigilance Awareness Week, with the administration of the integrity pledge t
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Philadelphia police shooting of Black man sparks unrest
30 police officers injured in the face-off with protesters.
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Woman shot dead by stalker outside college in Faridabad
Attempted abduction had failed after victim offered resistance
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Ankhi Das quits Facebook
“Ankhi has decided to step down from her role in Facebook to pursue her interest in public service," said Ajit Mohan, Managing Director India of Facebook
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