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National Herald case: Breather for Sonia, Rahul as SC expunges objectionable parts of HC order
The Supreme Court said that proceedings in the National Herald case against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and three others will continue at the trial court. However, the court made some serious observations on the trial against in the National Herald case.
Nepal PM to visit India for six days in February
Nepal`s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will embark on a six-day official visit to India, beginning from February 19, making his first foreign visit since assuming office last October.
St Stephen`s College was academically overestimated: Valson Thampu
Historian Ramachandra Guha recently called St Stephen's College principal Valson Thampu a 'fascist'.
One soldier dies every month in Siachen
With the death of Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad and nine of his comrades, India has lost nearly one soldier every month due to avalanches or extreme climatic conditions in the Siachen Glacier, since first sending troops to the contested Himalayan area 32 years ago to counter the Pakistani Army.
Historic Jain temple demolished in Lahore to make way for metro train
Several opposition parties staged protest in Pakistan against the demolition of historic Jain temple in Lahore . The demolition was carried out to make way for Orange Line Metro Train (OMT) project. 
Will TERI council reverse appointment of RK Pachauri as executive vice chairman?
Pachauri is fighting a case of sexual harassment filed against him by an employee of TERI, who later quit the organisation.
Increase compensation to rape survivors up to Rs 10 lakh: SC to states
The apex court said they should consider and formulate programmes for such victims in the light of the scheme framed in Goa.
`Kashmir lekar rahenge`, `Afzal Guru amar rahe` slogans at PCI; police registers FIR
The complaint was filed after 'Afzal Guru amar rahe', anti-India slogans were raised at PCI on Wednesday.
Pervez Musharraf nails ISI`s role in terror attacks in India: 10 developments
Musharraf made the revelation when he said terror attacks in India will not stop until the core issue of Kashmir is addressed.
Anti-India sentiments not acceptable: Rajnath Singh on `pro-Afzal Guru` slogans at JNU
Expressing concern over anti-national activities at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Friday, said anyone challenging nation's unity and integrity will not be spared.
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