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The four young men identified as Aarif Majid, Fahad Shaikh, Amaan Tandel and Saheem Tanki hail from Kalyan district in Thane on the outskirts of Mumbai.

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A jawan carries a rocket launcher near the site of a gunbattle with militants at Pindi village in Arnia sector near Jammu on Thursday.

Arnia encounter ends; 5 civilians, 4 militants among 12 dead

Security forces come under fire from a militant hiding in a bunker during an operation to retrieve the bodies of civilians killed in Thursday's encounter. »
This June 08, 2014 file phot shows Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Chennai Super KIngs captain, with N. Srinivasan, vice-chairman and managing director of India Cements, at a function in Chennai on June 08, 2014. Photo: M. Vedhan

2G case: India Cements paid Rs. 60 Cr to Kalaignar TV, says witness

Vice President of India Cements Ltd R. Muralidhar told Special CBI Judge O P Saini that the purpose of paying this amount to the channel was to advertise their products and also publicise its CSK fran... »

Karnataka

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. File Photo.

Modi to convene meet of CMs on Dec 7

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has convened a meeting of all the Chief Ministers in New Delhi on December 7 to discuss the alternative for the Planning... »
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Telangana

TS Assembly passes industrial Bill

Repealing the existing Andhra Pradesh State Industrial Single Window Clearance Act of 2002, the Telangana Assembly on Thursday unanimously passed its own industrial Bill --Telangana State Industria... »
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Sport

Phil Hughes (1988-2014).

First India-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn

"I suppose the starting point is they are grieving, and they’ve lost someone that is incredibly close to them," Cricket Australia’s chief executive officer James Sutherland said. »  
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Genre: Drama/Thriller Director: Rensil D’Silva Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Sanjay Dutt, Randeep Hooda, Kangna Ranaut, Neil Bhoopalam, Angad Bedi Giving voi... »

Individuals can reduce India’s carbon footprint: Jairam Ramesh

In a public lecture on climate change, Jairam Ramesh explores the various energy alternatives that the country has in reducing its carbon footprint and says that India has a pivotal role in global climate change negotiations. The lecture was organised by The Hindu Centre and the National Institute for Advanced Studies on November 10, 2014, in Bengaluru. Read more. »

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