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West Bengal Assembly passes bill against lynching

The West Bengal (Prevention of Lynching) Bill, 2019 was tabled in the House on Friday and supported by the opposition Congress and CPI(M)

Rajasthan govt to act against those who protested rape of minor by habitual offender

A seven-year-old girl was allegedly raped by Sikandar, a serial offender, on 1 July in Shastri Nagar area of Kota, Rajasthan.

Manmohan Singh’s 30-year long innings in Rajya Sabha ends

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh could not make it to the Parliament's Upper House this time because of Congress's has poor strength in the Assam Assembly

Karnataka legislature begins today amid coalition worries

Bengaluru: Amid coalition worries, the first full-fledged assembly session in Karnataka after the HD Kumaraswamy led Congress-JD(S) government came to power began here on Monday...

Rajnath Singh gets philosophical over bypoll results

Bhopal: With the BJP facing reverses in bypolls to Lok Sabha and Assembly constituencies, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday got philosophical. Reacting to...

Who Cares For Governance Of Karnataka?

The absence of a statute in the Constitution delineating which party or alliance a governor must invite to form the government in a hung...

SC doesn’t doubt BJP’s right to prove majority in House, not sure if INC claim invalid

New Delhi: The high-voltage hearing on the Karnataka crisis in the Supreme Court on Friday witnessed trading of charges between the BJP and the INC-JD(S)...

Karnataka effect: RJD, INC stake claims to form governments in Bihar, Goa, Manipur

Patna/Panaji/Imphal: Seeking a uniform rule for a governor to follow in a hung Assembly, the RJD in Bihar and the INC in Goa and...

Azad, Gehlot et al try to pre-empt Amit Shah in Karnataka

Bengaluru: As Karnataka appeared headed for a hung Assembly, with the BJP set to emerge as the single largest party falling short of a...

12 May: Karnataka votes to elect new Assembly

Karnataka: After a rancorous campaign over 3 months, Karnataka will vote to elect a new Assembly in a three-cornered contest tomorrow, 12 May. The ruling...

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