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On criminal cases against new Bihar justice minister, Nitish says ‘I don’t know’

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Wednesday he had no idea the state’s new Justice Minister Kartikeya Singh was involved in criminal cases. Read more.

On Shivraj Chouhan’s exit from BJP’s top panel, MP Congress leader has a theory

On Wednesday, senior Madhya Pradesh Congressman Govind Singh offered his interpretation of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s exit from the parliamentary council of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying it was a signal that the BJP in power could opt for a change of guard in the leadership of the party state. Read more.

Livestock smuggling scam: CBI freezes value of FDs 16.9 crore TMC chief arrested

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday froze fixed deposits worth 16.97 crore linked to Trinamool Congress Leader Anubrata Mondal who was arrested by the federal agency on August 11 in connection with the multi-crore West Bengal cattle smuggling scam. Read more.

“Everyone wants a winning match. Why are people talking about Dinesh Karthik?”

After missing out on India’s 2022 Asian Cup roster, Sanju Samson will be aiming to prove his critics wrong in the ODI series against Zimbabwe, starting Thursday in Harare. Read more.

Nayanthara and Vignesh Shivan share a romantic dance on the streets of Spain, fans dub them ‘the cutest couple’. look

Filmmaker Vignesh Shivan has shared videos and photos of him vacationing with his actress wife Nayanthara in Spain. Read more.

First period: First signs; how long it lasts and healthy practices to follow

One of the many changes that accompany puberty is the onset of menstruation, the process by which the uterus sheds blood and tissue lining through the vagina. Read more.


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