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Bengal sends 6 Muslims to Lok Sabha, 2 less from 2014

KOLKATA:  West Bengal is sending six Muslims to the 17th Lok Sabha -- two less than the last general election.

A 'Game of Thrones' to remember

David Benioff and Dan Weiss brought alive the world of "Game of Thrones" on the small screen in 2011, and it has been a ride full of drama, action, betrayal, murder, mystery, hope and scares since then, making it a global phenomenon.

Modi promises Vidyasagar statue at 'same spot'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday promised a "grand statue" of 19th century reformer Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar at the same spot where his bust was vandalized in Kolkata.

Taapsee finds Vicky Kaushal 'marriage material'

Actress Taapsee Pannu shares a close bond with actor Vicky Kaushal, and says he is "marriage material".

Hapur rape case finds no echo in LS polls

Elections have moved into the final phase, politicians are looking towards post-poll calculations and, apparently, have no time for the rape victim who allegedly set herself on fire in protest against police inaction on her complaint.

Gujarat Dalits face boycott after bridegroom rides horse

AHMEDABAD: Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Friday rushed to a North Gujarat village after reports of boycott of the Dalits by higher castes objecting to a youth of the community riding a horse in a marriage procession.

Mom's act: Young TV actors don't fear being typecast (Mother's Day is on May 12)

Marriage is not on the cards in their real life, but these young TV actresses, some as young as 15, wear the 'mom' label with pride in their reel life even though they work in an industry where actors tend to get stereotyped.

Priyanka opens up about Joe, Sophie Turner's wedding

LOS ANGELES: Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas says Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's surprise Las Vegas wedding was super fun.

Another bride abducted in Rajasthan

Close on the heels of the Sikar incident where a newly-wed woman was abducted by miscreants, another bride was kidnapped in Udaipur in Rajasthan on Tuesday while going to her husband's house.

Divorcee raped on pretext of marriage in Delhi

The Delhi Police has arrested a man who sexually assaulted a divorcee after luring her with the false promise of marriage, said an officer on Friday.

7-year-old survives on water for five days in bathroom

A seven-year-old girl survived for five days on water after falling into the bathroom of her neighbour's house while playing, police said.

Rohit's wife held for murder, 'turbulent' marriage blamed

NEW DELHI:  Delhi Police on Wednesday said that a "turbulent marriage" led to the murder of Rohit Shekhar Tiwari, the biological son of late veteran politician N.D. Tiwari, by his wife Apoorva Tiwari who was arrested earlier in the day.

Rohit Shekhar's wife Apoorva held for his murder

NEW DELHI:  The Crime Branch probing the mysterious murder of Rohit Shekhar, on Wednesday arrested his wife Apoorva from his residence in South Delhi, an officer said.

Punjab vigilance nabs AETC,CA for taking bribe Rs.2 lakhs

State Vigilance Bureau today nabbed an Assistant Excise & Taxation Commissioner (AETC) sales tax (G.S.T) mobile wing Harmeet Singh posted at Hoshiarpur and Chartered Accountant (CA) Raman Sondhi red handed for accepting bribe of Rs. 2,00,000/-.

'Jabariya Jodi' based on 'pakadwa vivah': Sidharth

MUMBAI:  Actor Sidharth Malhotra, who has wrapped up shooting his upcoming film "Jabriya Jodi", said the romantic comedy film is based on 'Pakadwa Vivah' (forced marriage), which is rampant in Bihar.

Sex on pretext of marriage is rape, rules SC

The Supreme Court has ruled that sex on the pretext of marriage is rape and a blow to the honour of a woman

SC allows IPS officer facing proceedings to travel abroad

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has allowed an IPS officer facing department proceedings to go on a private trip to the US and France to meet his family. The apex court said that right to travel is an essential fundamental right of an individual.

ECI put restrictions on parole of drug offenders during elections

CHANDIGARH: Election Commission of India puts restrictions on the parole to drug offenders during General Election to the Lok Sabha, 2019

Massive rise in mental health awareness in India

 While mental health has often remained a widely ignored topic and a taboo in the Indian society, a new report shows over 80 per cent rise in the number of people seeking help for mental health issues, especially in tier-2 cities.

Pakistan HC to probe Hindu girls 'forced' conversion

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday constituted a five-member commission to probe the alleged abduction, forced conversion and marriage of two Hindu sisters in Sindh province that led to protests by the minority community in the country.


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