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A sex scandal that broke Pollachi's peace and innocence (lun., 25 mars 2019)

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Jet founder Naresh Goyal, wife Anita quit board (lun., 25 mars 2019)
“Naresh Goyal and Anita Goyal and one nominee of Etihad Airways (which has 24% stake in Jet) to step down from the Board. Additionally, Naresh Goyal to also cease to be the chairman of the company,” Jet Airways said in a regulatory filing with the BSE after a board meeting in Mumbai. Naresh Goyal did not attend the meeting and was in London.
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Rahul promises Rs 72,000/year basic income (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Rahul Gandhi said that his party will deliver justice to the economically backward people by ensuring them a basic minimum income of Rs 12,000 per month. "It will be world's largest minimum income scheme," ​the Congress president said.​ The scheme will cover 5 crore families and as many as 25 crore people are expected to benefit from the scheme, he said.
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Players in IPL should be allowed to vote: Ashwin (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin said Indian cricketers criss-crossing the country to play the ongoing IPL should be allowed to cast their votes in the upcoming general elections at cities where they might be when polling is held in their respective constituencies.
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In Tumkur, Cong rebel enters fray against Gowda (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
JD(S) patriarch and former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda on Monday filed his nomination from Tumkur as the ruling alliance candidate, but will have to face a rebel candidate from alliance partner Congress.
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Gadkari claims credit for Priyanka's boat ride (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Taking a swipe at Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's recent 'Ganga Yatra', Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday asked whether her boat ride would have been possible without the Allahabad-Varanasi waterway constructed during the NDA government. Gadkari also played down Priyanka's entry into politics, saying she will not make any impact for the Congress in UP.
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Prof murder brings focus on Pak blasphemy laws (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
The recent murder of a University professor by a student over “blasphemy” in Pakistan’s Punjab province has once again highlighted the country’s controversial blasphemy law, which stipulates death sentence for a person accused of insulting Islam or Prophet Muhammad.
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Al-Qaida, IS may attack Jewish places in India (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
Intelligence agencies have alerted police in Delhi, Mumbai and Goa about twin threats from Islamic State and al-Qaida, sources said. The two inputs, which warn of avenging the New Zealand incident and a possible strike on Jewish establishments, have come in a span of four days. The inputs suggest that terrorists might try to use a vehicle or a knife in the attacks.
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India eyes sale of Tejas to Malaysia (Sun, 24 Mar 2019)
The defence attache at the Indian high commission in Kuala Lumpur, Aniruddh Chauhan said, “Tejas has been shortlisted by Malaysia amongst other aircrafts like the China-Pakistan built JF-17, and South Korea’s F/A-50 , but is perched comfortably as the favourite.” India is showcasing the Tejas at Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA), in Malaysia.
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Paralympic Games winner Deepa Malik joins BJP (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)

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Pulwama attack: How virtual SIM card was used (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)

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Filmstars in LS polls: More hits than flops (Fri, 22 Mar 2019)

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Delhi Cong leaves decision on alliance up to Rahul (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Delhi Congress president Sheila Dikshit and other leaders of the unit Monday discussed the possibility of an alliance with the AAP for the Lok Sabha polls in the city in a meeting with party chief Rahul Gandhi. The opinion on the issue remained divided and everyone was unanimous that Gandhi should take a final call on it in the larger interest of the party.
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AK Antony spent govt money to buy wife’s painting? (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
A WhatsApp forward doing the rounds claims that former defence minister under UPA tenure -- AK Antony -- used Rs 28 crore of government’s money to buy his wife Elizabeth’s paintings.
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DA case against Mulayam: SC asks CBI for status (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)

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AI withdraws boarding passes with PM, Guj CM pics (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
"Air India has decided to roll back the boarding passes of Vibrant Gujarat which had photos of the Prime Minister and the Gujarat chief minister," said Air India spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar.
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Will you lose your job? What are the signs (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)
Have you got consistently poor appraisals and less-than-average increments for two-three years running? It is a red flag that is hard to miss. It could also reflect the industry or sector trend. Low increments must not be seen in isolation. If these are low across the board, it could be due to company’s underperformance or cost-cutting measures. If not, take the hint.
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'I was scared of wearing swimsuits' (Mon, 25 Mar 2019)

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