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Ratan Singh
DDCA employee Ratan Singh, accused of stealing TV from stadium, dies of heart attackDelhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) employee Ratan Singh died at his home of a heart attack hours after a case was registered against him for allegedly stealing a television set from the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium

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Kashmir Unrest
Supreme court to Kashmiri students: Return to college, schools"Education is empowerment, and only education will deliver them from widespread unemployment and anger spilling out on the streets," said Justice S K Kaul.

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Mohalla Clinics
AAP offers free water to Delhi residents, but mohalla clinics running dry Lack of water connections at AAP's low-cost medical centres, mohalla clinics,  has become a nettlesome issue for doctors

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Kupwara Attack
Kupwara attack: Ghost of Uri haunts Army, urgent need to seal bordersThe requirement of a robust perimeter protection for the bases was felt again on Thursday as terrorists barged into an Army administration base in Panzgam near Kupwara killing three troops and injuring seven.

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Gunner Rishi Kumar
Kupwara: Meet the brave housekeeper who shot terroristsHousekeeper Rishi Kumar was the one who saw terrorists breach the fence and enter the Army camp in Panzgam, Kupwara.

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Vinod Khanna with Narendra Modi
Vinod Khanna: Neta who did more than just photo-opsActor-politician Vinod Khanna passed away on Thursday. Mail Today's Baishali Adak spoke to Arun Malhotra, his Officer on Special Duty. 

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Amit Shah
Amit Shah to India Today: Sukma attack a reflection of the suppression of Maoists and NaxalismAmit Shah called the Sukma attack a "reflection of the suppression of Maoists and Naxalism." "This is the best way of tackling them. It is a fight and both sides are fighting. The martyrdom will not be wasted. We have made a position strong enough to gain faith of people."

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AAP Office
As rift begins within AAP, BJP shuts its doors to defectorsAt least six AAP MLAs approached the BJP's Delhi leadership immediately after the MCD poll results, but were turned away.

Fashion

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Sabyasachi's new jewellery collection is as beautiful as his bridal garmentsThe couturier has designed an entire range of diamond jewellery for women and men.

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 The new Kate Spade store was launched in the Capital. Photo: Mail Today
This American designer brand just made a grand entry in IndiaTwo Kate Spade stores have been launched in the Capital, and their apparels and accessories are wooing the crowds.

MCD election 2017

Manish Sisodia
MCD election results 2017: How and why dissent crept in Aam Aadmi Party Soon after it was washed out by BJP's 'Modi wave' in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, messages of disappointment, resignations and calls for "introspections" began pouring in within AAP as the day progressed.

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Supreme Court
Supreme Court to Centre: Make a law to regulate NGOs, disbursal of fundsThe apex court asked Centre to examine enacting a law to regulate government funds for NGOs and prosecute them in case of misuse, misappropriation of funds or non-filing of annual statements.

Travel

Sangla valley in Kinnaur. Picture courtesy: Mail Today
Move away from the usual getaways; it's time to explore these lesser known places insteadFrom valleys in Kullu to hamlets near Mussoorie, summer travel just got fascinating and adventurous.

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Children and digital media
Over 54 per cent children browse inappropriate websites. Parents to be blamed?While 49 per cent parents here are worried that their children may be interacting online with a social predator or a cyber criminal, they still rely on older methods to monitor their kids' usage of the devices.

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Manoj Tewari
After MCD sweep, BJP now plans to strengthen civic bodies by sidestepping AAPThe top BJP leadership has indicated that the Aam Aadmi Party administration could be kept out of the loop while transferring central funds to the corporations in a bid to avoid a confrontation between the two outfits

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Delhi MCD election 2017
MCD election results 2017: Why Delhi decided AAP's time was up How much was the MCD Election 2017 victory the doing of BJP and how much were AAP and Arvind Kejriwal victims of their own failings?

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Delhi: Government sniffs out whitener addiction among teensThe Delhi government has been directed to issue a ban on the sale of "correction fluid, bottle thinners and vulcanised solution with immediate effect" to minors, unless they're accompanied by parents or guardians, or have their school's approval.

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Railways to allow private firms to run freight trainsThe Indian Railways is set to let private firms run freight trains from their own terminals. They'll still use the railway infrastructure, and will pay to do so.

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RSS member Kailash Srivastava said the conversion was voluntary
Uttar Pradesh: 20 Muslims 'return' to Hinduism in FaizabadAbout 20 members of the 'Nat' community have adopted the Hindu religion in UP's Faizabad district. Surendra Kumar, the head of the group, said their elders converted to Islam about 25 years ago "due to unavoidable circumstances."

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Baba Bamdev Ram (File Photo)
Baba Bamdev Ram gets 10 years in jail for trafficking tribal girlsAccused of trafficking tribal girls, the self-proclaimed godman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was facing trial for alleged kidnapping, rape, causing grave injury, and criminal intimidation.

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Gurgaon: Tainted neta fakes illness; Supreme Court fines hospital owner, medical director Rs 70 lakh eachThe top court has held guilty of contempt the owner and medical director of a Gurgaon private hospital for providing shelter to a former legislator facing trial for murder, and fined them Rs 70 lakh each.

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Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur gets bail, family wants Digvijaya Singh in jailSadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur's sister, Upama Singh, wants to sue senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh along with some news channels for "assassinating Pragya's character and ruining their lives".

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Kulbhushan Jadhav
Hackers take down 30 Pakistan government websites to avenge Kulbhushan JadhavIndian hackers took down 30 Pakistan government websites to protest against the country's announcemnt of a death penalty for Indian national and former Naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav. "All the hacking in Pakistan was part of our operation 'Justice for Kulbhushan Jadhav'," one of the hackers told Mail Today.

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Surendra Jain, VHP's international joint general secretary
Vishwa Hindu Parishad plans saffron congress over BabriThe VHP will be holding a conclave of all the major Hindu religious figures and saints, including the 'shankaracharyas', in Haridwar, in an attempt to harness 'sanyasi' power to pressurize the government and rally public opinion for resolving the Ayodhya 'mandir-masjid' controversy.

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PETA urges PM Narendra Modi to ban meat at government eventsPETA has called on PM Narendra Modi to "set a global example by ensuring that exclusively healthy, humane, and environmentally friendly vegan meals are served at all government functions."

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Delhi: DU extends deadline for admission seekers from outside IndiaDelhi University has extended the deadline for admission seekers residing outside India. University officials have received over 3,300 applications this year from DU aspirants abroad.

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Lance Naik Roy Mathew
Supreme Court issues notice to Defence Ministry on Sahayak systemThe top court on Monday issued a notice to the Ministry of Defence on a plea seeking a ban on the Army's sahayak system. The petitioner was a journalist booked under the Official Secrets Act in connection with the suicide of Lance Naik Roy Mathew, who figures in her sting video related to the buddy system.

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IEDs and other Maoist tactics delay road construction in this stretch, where contractors seek police protection to work.
Chhattisgarh: 80-km stretch from Dornapal to Jagargunda a death trap for CRPFThe 80-km stretch from Dornapal to Jagargunda is a death trap for the CRPF. The latest casualties were 25 jawans who were martyred in an ambush by Maoists on Monday.

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The number of clashes between protesters and security forces due to stone-pelting is on the rise in Kashmir (PTI Photo)
Government rules out talks with Jammu and Kashmir separatistsThe government has decided against holding parleys with the pro-Pakistan Hurriyat conference to control the situation in the Kashmir valley, even though there has been a surge in violent protests. Sources said the government was prepared for dealing with the situation which is likely to continue for the next couple of months.

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Wounded CRPF personnel being airlifted in an army helicopter following an attack by Maoist rebels in Chhattisgarh on Monday. (PTI Photo)
CRPF, which lost its 25 jawans in Sukma Naxal attack, is without a full-time chief for two months nowAs many as 25 CRPF jawans were martyred in an ambush attack by Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district on Monday. The paramilitary force has been without a full-time boss for almost two months now.

Wellness

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Why should weight-loss be boring? Dance your way to fitness insteadWhile many agree that dancing is the best way to lose weight, here's a look at the various dance forms that youngsters are opting for as their preferred workout regime.

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Delhi: Mystery of 400 police personnel quitting in last three yearsDelhi Police data says over 400 police personnel have quit their jobs and taken voluntary retirement in the last three years. What's more, the number of personnel quitting their jobs in the security unit has been on the rise.

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MCD election 2017: Senior citizens come first in East Delhi zone; Cleanliness, health issues priorities in North DelhiSenior citizens set an example for their fellow Delhi residents by being the first to enter voting booths on Sunday. Meanwhile, for residents of North and Central Delhi, cleanliness and health issues like dengue were particularly important.

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Harsh Rana with K Sharma (left), principal of his school
Meet Harsh, a 14-year-old jump rope champ from Delhi's Mehrangarhi villageLast year, 14-year-old Harsh - from Delhi's Mehrangarhi village - participated in the national jump rope championship in Karnataka, and set a national record by jumping 412 times in three minutes. That won him the gold medal.

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Amit Shah
BJP President Amit Shah to spell out victory mantra for 2019 electionsThe Uttar Pradesh BJP wants to felicitate Shah on May 2 after the party's thumping win in the Assembly elections, but the BJP chief will be busy imparting a 'victory mantra' for the 2019 polls at a two-day executive meeting, top sources said.

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MCD 2017 exit poll results: BJP poised to sweep Delhi municipal election, predicts India Today-Axis My IndiaThe Bharatiya Janata Party is poised to sweep the MCD polls, an exit poll conducted by India Today-Axis My India has predicted. The survey shows the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress trailing by a huge margin.

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Yogi Adityanath
Uttar Pradesh: Yogi Adityanath promises land for Urdu university's new campus in LucknowUttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has promised to give the Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad, land for a new campus in Lucknow. The decision was taken in a meeting with the univeristy's chancellor a few days ago.

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India Gate, Rajpath and many other areas of the city were covered by a dust storm on Saturday.
Delhi: Hot and sweaty capital calm after Saturday's stormA sudden change in weather conditions from sweltering heat to thunderstorm and spell rains in some parts of Delhi and NCR gave a huge respite to Delhiites on Saturday.  Weathermen have predicted that in the next 2-3 days, residents of the capital are likely to witness showers and thunderstorms.

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Northeastern girls are tricked into illegal sexual activities at spas and dance bars.
Sex traffickers using social media to prey on victimsSocial media has turned into a happy hunting ground for sex traffickers as they can fly under the radar of authorities and prey on unsuspecting minors as well as job-seeking women under the garb of virtual anonymity.

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Delhi: Drug addicts arrested for stealing taps from YMCA building in Connaught PlaceTwo drug addicts, Chandan Kumar and Suraj Singh Rawat, have been arrested for stealing taps from the YMCA building in Connaught Place. The duo have been stealing and selling taps since April, after learning that most buildings in Delhi's largest commercial hub were empty early in the morning.

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Kashmir: Summer of '17 may be last for Burhan Wani's successorSecurity forces in Kashmir are closing in on the leadership of militant groups and are chasing their top guns, including the successor of slain Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani - Zakir Rashid Bhatt. "As per the intelligence that we have been getting, 2017 should be his last summer," Army sources said of Bhatt.

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Leave now or face dire consequences: Hindu outfit to Kashmiris in UPThe Uttar Pradesh Navnirmaan Sena put up hoardings with the message: "Social boycott of Kashmir youth who pelt stones at the Indian Army. Leave UP or else." These hoardings were installed in five locations.

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Arvind Kejriwal
MCD Election 2017: Acid test for AAP's Kejriwal after failures in Goa and PunjabThe MCD polls will be an acid test for Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, whose Aam Aadmi Party lost in this month's Assembly bypolls and the February elections in Punjab and Goa.

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A group of women who are part of the Health Over Stigma campaign call themselves 'Sexual Health Rights Defenders'
Delhi: An NGO and 500 women fight for 'Health Over Stigma'In Delhi, a group of 500-odd college-going girls and young professionals are part of a revolutionary campaign called 'Health Over Stigma,' and call themselves 'Sexual Health Rights Defenders.'
 
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