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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau performs `Bhangra` in Delhi, sets internet on fire
The Canadian leader was dressed in a black sherwani and accompanied by wife Sophie when he danced to the beats of a dhol at the venue.
Indian Air Force recruitment rally to join as Airmen in March. Details here
The Indian Air Force has begun its recruitment drive with rallies scheduled in Karnataka and Guwahati. As per the IAF, a recruitment rally is scheduled at Air Force Station Guwahati in Assam for selection of candidates to join Indian Air Force as an Airman in Group ‘Y’ (Non-Technical) For Indian Air Force (Security) Trade from 17-19 March 18. 
PM Justin Trudeau, PM Narendra Modi discuss terror; India, Canada ink six pacts
India and Canada on Friday held extensive talks, exploring ways to boost ties in several key areas, including trade and energy, and later inked six pacts.
Imran Khan`s ex-wife Reham Khan calls his marriage a `political misadventure`
Imran Khan married for a third time to his 'spiritual guide' Bushra Maneka.
Sunanda Pushkar death: SC notice to Delhi Police on Swamy`s plea for SIT probe
The top court passed the order while responding to BJP MP Subramanian Swamy's plea, leaving open the question of maintainability of the petition.
BPSC mains results declared, check bpsc.bih.nic.in
Bihar Public Service Commission has declared the results for 56th to 59th BPSC Mains examination on Friday.
NEET must for candidates aiming to obtain medical degree from abroad after May
The Health Ministry clarified that Indian candidates who intended to obtain medical qualifications from abroad in or after May this year would have to mandatorily qualify the national eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET).
News at a glance: February 23, 2018
Chowk in Pakistan where Bhagat Singh was hanged to be named after him? Plea filed
Eighty-six years after Bhagat Singh was hanged, a Pakistani court is seeking to rename the Shaadman Chowk in Lahore where he was hanged. The plea also calls for the installation of a statue of the freedom fighter there.
NDMA gears up to deal with heat wave, asks states to prepare `action plan`
The NDMA has asked all states to prepare an action plan to deal with heat wave.
ABVP members threatened to kill me, alleges AISA leader; FIR filed
The Delhi University president of left-wing students' union AISA alleged that a group of ABVP members "threatened to kill" her when she had gone to attend a discussion at the Satyawati College. Right-wing ABVP dismissed the allegations levelled by Kawalpreet Kaur and instead, accused her of "trying to instigate" students.
PM Narendra Modi `looking forward` to meeting Canadian PM Justin Trudeau today
PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau, who is on an 8-day state visit to India with family.
India ranks 81st in global corruption index, Pakistan 117th
India was ranked 79th on the Global Corruption Perception Index in 2017.
Nirav Modi`s `valuable` paintings are fake, suspect investigative agencies
Nirav is being investigated by multiple probe agencies after the fraud came to light recently following a complaint by the Punjab National Bank.
PM Narendra Modi to meet Canadian counterpart on Friday, says `looking forward to meeting Justin Trudeau, his children`
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Canadian counterpart Chrystia Freeland on Thursday discussed issues of "bilateral interest" during a strategic dialogue.
Notice to Nirav Modi sent on email also: External Affairs Ministry
Nirav Modi is one of the accused in the over Rs 11,000 crore PNB scam.
India, Canada FMs discuss issues of bilateral interests
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Canadian counterpart Chrystia Freeland on Thursday discussed issues of "bilateral interest".
No valid reason to extend emergency: India to Maldives
India said on Thursday it does not see a valid reason for the Maldivian parliament to extend emergency.
Arvind Kejriwal`s advisor saw AAP MLAs assaulting chief secretary Anshu Prakash, Delhi police tells court
Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash has alleged that he was manhandled by a few AAP MLAs at the CM's residence in presence of Arvind Kejriwal.
Railways shifts focus from Rajdhani, Shatabdi trains; to upgrade second, third class coaches
Indian Railways will now focus more on upgrading the facilities of the second class and third class rail coaches, instead of adding more facilities in premium trains
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