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'Each year, 6 lakh newborns die within 28 days of birth in India'

NEW DELHI: A quarter of global neonatal deaths happen in India where nearly 600,000 newborns die within 28 days of their birth every year, according to a new Unicef study.

Rotomac took Rs 2,919 cr loan for wheat export but failed to execute business: CBI

NEW DELHI: Rotomac Global Private Limited cheated a consortium of banks to the tune of Rs 3,695 crore (including interest) by siphoning off loans sanctioned to the company for procurement of wheat and other goods for export.

Amitabh uploads resume on Twitter

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has jokingly uploaded a job resume on Twitter emphasising on his height.

Modi inaugurates new BJP headquarters in Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the BJP's new headquarters here at 6, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, in the presence of veteran leaders like L.K. Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi.

Voting for Tripura Assembly elections begin

Voting for the Assembly elections in India's northeastern state of Tripura began on Sunday morning amidst tight security, official said.

For Modi, road to 2019 will be steeper

For the Bharatiya Janata Party's supporters, the growing belief that the party is no longer as favourably placed as before must be both bewildering and disheartening.

'Journalism was like instant coffee, writing books is satisfying, self-discovery'

NEW DELHI: She worked as a journalist for Asian Age, Frontline and Tribune, but running behind bylines always seemed like "instant coffee" with no time to pause and appreciate the beauty of things around her. After she quit her full-time job and embarked on a journey of writing, life changed drastically for Charu Singh, whose second book was published in December.

Massive efforts being made to promote rural games for making Punjab a drug free state : Bajwa

Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Punjab Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today said that Captain government was making all out efforts to promote rural games in the state as they could play an important role in wiping out the curse of drugs.

Punjab Vigilance nabs PSPCL Junior Engineer for taking bribe

Vigilance Bureau Punjab today nabbed Junior Engineer of PSPCL Jalandhar red handed accepting bribe of Rs. 20,000.

Punjab Vigilance nabs PSPCL JE for taking bribe

CHANDIGARH: Vigilance Bureau Punjab today nabbed Junior Engineer of PSPCL Jalandhar red handed accepting bribe of Rs. 20,000.

Congress worker in Kannur murdered, party balmes CPI-M

 Thirty-year-old Youth Congress worker, Shoaib was found murdered late last night by CPI-M workers, the party said. The Left party's leadership here has denied any role in it.

BJP asks Capt Amarinder to stop defending villains of 1984 Sikh massacre

The Bharatiya Janata Party has urged Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh not to defend the perpetrators of 1984 Sikh massacre. The party said Capt Singh must immediately stop defending villains like Jagdish Tytler, HKL Bhagat and Sajjan Kumar.

Kohli-led India aim to create history in 5th ODI

Failing to maintain their triumphant run after a defeat in the fourth One-Day International (ODI), India will aim to clinch their maiden bilateral 50-overs series against the Proteas in South African conditions in the fifth encounter here on Tuesday.

Bhagwat's comment on army 'misrepresented': RSS

The RSS on Monday said its chief Mohan Bhagwat's controversial comment in Bihar on the Indian Army's preparedness for a war was being "misrepresented" as he never compared the army with his organisation.

Speeding train kills four elephants in Assam

At least four elephants were killed and two others injured in Assam after a train hit a herd trying to cross railway tracks, officials said.

Restrictions in Kashmir to prevent separatist-called protests

Authorities imposed restrictions in Srinagar and some other parts of the Kashmir Valley on Sunday to prevent separatist-called protests to mark the 34th death anniversary of Maqbool Bhat, founder of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF).

Haryana CM promises to name a project in name of martyr Capt Kapil Kundu

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today said that the sacrifice made by Capt. Kapil Kundu would not go in vain and he would always be remembered as a brave son of India. A project would be named after him so that the future generations could take inspiration from the martyr. Capt. Kundu made supreme sacrifice while safeguarding the borders of the country in Rajouri area of Jammu and Kashmir on February 4, 2018.

BJP planning 'major assault' on Constitution: Shashi Tharoor

NEW DELHI: The BJP government is looking to make a "major assault" on the Constitution if the ruling party gets a majority in both the Houses of Parliament, says Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who feels the attack on various constitutional provisions, like Article 370 on Kashmir and secularism, will be part of attempts to create a "Hindu rashtra" (nation).

Anupam returns to India after productive trip to LA

Veteran actor Anupam Kher says he had great shoot as well as creative and productive meetings in Los Angeles.

Indian tourist dies two weeks after Dubai accident

An Indian woman tourist, who was fighting for her life after a crash in Dubai in which her husband died, did not survive her flight back home in an air ambulance for emergency treatment.