I am a born Congresman, coming back to my roots: Navjot Sidhu
Having joined Congress after hectic negotiations, cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu today said he was a "born Congressman" who was coming back to his roots and would be ready to work under anybody appointed by the high command and contest from where the party wants him to.
TMC crafts new slogan 'Modi hatao,desh bachao' slogan: Mamata
Terming demonetisation as the biggest scam in independent India, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee today said her party would hit the streets with the slogan "Modi hatao, desh bachao" from January 1, as the country is not "safe" in the hands of a person who has been "baptised in politics through communal riots."
Gurgaon woman gang-raped in Delhi, falls from the building while trying to flee
A 21-year-old woman who was allegedly abducted from Gurgaon in a car by two men who drugged and gang-raped her at a flat in southwest Delhi’s Hari Vihar near Dwarka on Wednesday night. The woman was injured after she fell into the building’s shaft while attempting to escape. She was locked in the flat with one of the alleged accused, Himmat, by the other suspect, Sunil, who is reportedly a former Uber driver.
Meryl Streep denounces Trump as a bully who humiliated others
Screen legend Meryl Streep tore into Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric and denounced him as a bully who humiliated others while receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes, prompting the President-elect to dismiss her as a “Hillary lover”. Streep, an ardent supporter of Hillary Clinton, slammed the next US President while accepting the Cecil B DeMille Award.
People have a right to know who funds BJP: PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi stepped up his drive against corruption ahead of assembly elections to five states, pledging BJP will be proactive in disclosing funds received by it and urged other parties to follow suit. 
"People have a right to know where our funds are coming from," the PM told the BJP national executive on Saturday, indicating the move is in sync with the government's demonetisation move.
Move to strike down Sindh’s anti-conversion law will push Pakistan further into chaos
Last month, PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari did something that no man with a conscience could have thought of doing: He gave his word to Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj ul Haq that the Sindh Assembly will strike down a recently passed law meant to protect non-Muslim girls from being forcibly converted to Islam. Hindu and Christian girls have been forced to convert, so that Muslim men can take them as wives. The law would have addressed the abuse of Muslim law which forbids forcible conversion.
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NC Seeks Indo-Pak dialogue to end hostilities on borders
Amid total shut-down in Mendhar Township along Line of Control against abject failure of PDP-BJP Government on all fronts, National Conference on Thursday said the people were finding themselves at the cross roads of history with lack of direction and will to govern compounding the perception of political uncertainty in Jammu and Kashmir.
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Move to strike down Sindh’s anti-conversion law will push Pakistan further into chaos
Last month, PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari did something that no man with a conscience could have thought of doing: He gave his word to Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj ul Haq that the Sindh Assembly will strike down a recently passed law meant to protect non-Muslim girls from being forcibly converted to Islam. Hindu and Christian girls have been forced to convert, so that Muslim men can take them as wives. The law would have addressed the abuse of Muslim law which forbids forcible conversion.
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