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22 persons killed, over 23 lakh affected in Bihar floods

Kashmir to be decided by the parties involved: US

India's progress incomplete without infra expansion: PM

BSNL to launch 4G service in Kerala by March next

Anil Ambani's son, Jai Anmol, joins Reliance Capital board

Ministry sets up inquiry to probe apathy in Jaisha's case

Actress Ramya faces sedition complaint in court

Wednesday - 24 August 2016

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22 persons killed, over 23 lakh affected in Bihar floods

PATNA: At least 22 persons have been killed while 23.71 lakh people affected in the Bihar floods with many areas, specially the riverine belt of 12 districts badly reeling under water in the state.

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Kashmir to be decided by the parties involved: US

NEW DELHI: The US has refused to comment on the situation in Kashmir, in the grip of ceaseless violence for a-month-and-a-half, saying that matter has to be decided by the parties concerned.

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India's progress incomplete without infra expansion: PM

NEW DELHI: India's progress is incompete without rapid expansion and upgradation of basic infrastructure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that while underlining that his government's efforts are characterised by speed and scale to usher in "an era of historic growth".

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BSNL to launch 4G service in Kerala by March next

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: State-run BSNL is gearing up to offer 4G services in Kerala by March next, a company official has said. The 4G plan would be introduced as part of the company's expansion at the Phase-8 pan-India level and a tender for it has already been called for, the official said.

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Anil Ambani's son, Jai Anmol, joins Reliance Capital board

MUMBAI: Jai Anmol Ambani, son of industrialist Anil Ambai, has been inducted as executive director on the board of Reliance Capital, making him a third generation member of the Ambani family to be at helm of affairs.

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Ministry sets up inquiry to probe apathy in Jaisha's case

NEW DELHI: The Sports Ministry has constituted a two-member committee to probe the allegations of official apathy levelled by marathon runner O P Jaisha, who claims to have been denied water refreshment during her event at the Rio Olympic Games.

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Actress Ramya faces sedition complaint in court

BENGALURU: Actress-turned- politician Ramya is facing a private complaint in a court seeking action on sedition and other charges against her for "insulting" Indian patriots by her remark that "Pakistan is not hell".

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

"About the increased tension in Kashmir in particular, it's our long-standing policy to leave the matter to be decided by the parties involved."

US Ambassador Richard Verma

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