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Dr Subhash Chandra donates his entire Parliament salary to PM Relief Fund
The Essel Group chairman has also decided to take just Rs 1 as token salary in future. 
Indian Medical Association rolls back support to doctors` strike after HC`s warning
However, it is not known as yet if the resident doctors too would follow the suit.
Ram Setu was built naturally or was man-made - ICHR`s pilot project to `ascertain`
Ram Setu is a continuous stretch of limestone shoals that runs from Pamban Island near Rameshwaram in South India to Mannar Island off the northern coast of Sri Lanka. 
Give details of 271 illegal immigrants: India to US
The government has asked the US to provide details of the 271 illegal immigrants it wants New Delhi to take back.
Army wants next war fought with Indian technologies: General Bipin​ Rawat
Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday said it wants to fight the next war with Indian technologies.
Citizens have faith in CBI`s investigating abilities: Supreme Court
Citizens of India have faith in the "investigating abilities" of CBI, the Supreme Court today observed while directing the agency to probe a case relating to the mysterious death of a 22-year-old woman in Noida in 2015.  
`Unfriendly forces trying to disrupt India-Russia ties`
India and Russia on Friday admitted there may be some "unfriendly forces or actors" who may be trying to create hindrances in bilateral relations.
No truth found in graft charges against Modi-led Gujrat govt by Shah panel: Govt
The Justice M B Shah Commission has not found any "credible substance" into the allegations of corruption levelled against the erstwhile Narendra Modi-led dispensation, the Gujarat government today said.
Private Member Bill seeks abolition of capital punishment
A Private Member Bill seeking abolition of the capital punishment was among 45 such legislations introduced in the Lok Sabha on Friday.
Three arrested for murdering Madrassa teacher
Kasaragod (Karnataka): Three persons were today arrested in connection with the murder of a Madrassa teacher here, hailing from Coorg in neighbouring Karnataka, police said. The three were arrested after a detailed questioning, police said.
MEA downplays PM Narendra Modi letter to Nawaz Sharif on Pakistan National Day
The External Affairs Ministry on Friday downplayed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's letter greeting his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on Pakistan's National Day, saying it was a "normal courtesy and nothing unusual".
1984 riots: SC asks govt to give files of 199 "closed" cases
The Supreme Court today asked the Union government to place before it files pertaining to 199 cases of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots which the special investigation team set up by the Home Ministry has decided to "close".
Supreme Court seeks government response to lifetime poll ban on convicts
The Supreme Court on Friday gave the Central government a week to file their response to a plea seeking life-time ban on contesting election for those convicted of serious offences as it was told that the matter has already been referred to the constitution bench.
I prayed for death: Indian soldier who strayed into Pakistan
The Indian soldier who was returned by Pakistan after four months in captivity said he was so fed up with torture by Pakistanis that he often prayed for death while in their custody.
Invest in education: President`s advice to Bihar, Jharkhand
Patna: President Pranab Mukherjee today advised Bihar and Jharkhand to consider investing in education sector beyond what is done in "normal circumstances" as part of their development strategy.
India`s monsoon likely to escape El Nino unscathed: IMD
India is likely to emerge unscathed from the El Nino weather pattern as it is expected to set in only during the latter part of the four-month monsoon season, a top weather official said, indicating a timely arrival of crop-nourishing rains.
Rajnath Singh reviews security situation in Northeast
Home Minister Rajnath Singh today reviewed the security situation in the Northeast and directed officials to enhance vigil along the international borders in the region.
Indian-origin mother-son found murdered in New Jersey
An Indian woman and her seven-year-old son were found dead in their home in New Jersey, according to the family in Andhra Pradesh.
RSS growing popular among youth: Sangh official
The RSS is growing popular among the youth with 90 per cent of participants at its 'shakhas' across the country below the age of 45, a Sangh functionary today claimed.
Supreme Court asks Centre to deposit files in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case
The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre to deposit more than 190 files in connection with 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
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