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Bilawal vows to take entire Kashmir, India says his comments 'far from reality'

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the gen-next politician of Pakistan, has said that his PPP would take entire Kashmir from India. Bilawal, in his 20s, was addressing the party workers in Multan region in Punjab on Friday.

India, China in choppy waters over Indian Ocean dominance?

Left largely unspoken, though, are the deep worries in India over Chinese manoeuvering in the Indian Ocean, where Delhi's years of dominance is being chipped away by billions of dollars in aid from Beijing and gargantuan Chinese construction projects.

No new proposal from Sena, BJP says on seat-sharing row

The BJP on Saturday said it hasn't received any new proposal on seat sharing from the Shiv Sena for the assembly polls. BJP state unit has prepared to put the list of candidates before the central parliamentary board in Delhi on Sunday.

Brothers win Rs. 7 crore on KBC, create history

The Narula brothers, Achin and Sarthak, became the first ever contestants to bag the highest prize of Rs. 7 crore in reality game show Kaun Banega Crorepati on Saturday as an ecstatic Amitabh Bachchan took to Twitter to show his happiness at their win.

Asian Games 2014: Jitu Rai shoots India to first gold

World No. 5 Jitu Rai emerged victorious in the men's 50 metre pistol event to give India its first gold medal from the 17th Asian Games at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range in Incheon, South Korea.

Al Qaeda trying to enter Assam: CM Gogoi

Days after al Qaeda issued a video threatening to carry out its campaign in India, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi said on Saturday the terror group is trying to set up base in the state and had "tacit understanding" with ULFA.

Scot vote, Brown give Labour head-start for 2015 poll

Former prime minister Gordon Brown led Labour to electoral defeat in 2010, but the Scotland referendum has given him the opportunity to reinvent himself and make game-changing interventions that now give Labour a head-start in the run-up to the May 2015 elections.

US senators hope Modi's visit will strengthen ties

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first visit to the US, two influential American senators have said the US-India relationship remains one of the most important partnerships in the world and there is an opportunity to continue making progress that will benefit both the nations.

BJP retains Antagarh seat, NOTA comes 2nd

Ruling BJP retained on Saturday the Maoist-hit Antagarh assembly constituency in Chhattisgarh with the second highest votes going to the NOTA (none of the above) option in the absence of a Congress nominee who pulled out of the contest at the last minute.

UP: Man 'forces' wife to change religion, booked

A man has been booked for allegedly forcing his wife to change her religion after he got married to her under false identity, police said on Saturday.

Kejriwal, 3 others put on trial in defamation case

Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, noted lawyer Prashant Bhushan and two others were on Saturday put on trial by a court in New Delhi on charges of defamation in a complaint filed by ex-Telecom minister Kapil Sibal's son Amit Sibal.

Birbhum gang-rape: 20yrs jail for all 13 convicts

A court in Bengal sentenced on Saturday 13 people to life imprisonment for the gang-rape of a tribal girl on the orders of a village council in Birbhum district around eight months ago.

Dalai Lama says India a model of religious harmony

The Dalai Lama says the enduring harmony between India's many religions is proof to the world that different communities can live peacefully and solve problems together.

Lucknow: 5 killed, 14 injured in factory blast

At least five people were killed and 14 injured when a powerful explosion ripped through a firecracker-manufacturing unit in Lucknow's Mohanlalganj area on Saturday. The incident happened around 8am when people were binding explosives to make high decibel crackers for Diwali.

Kiev, rebels ink deal creating buffer zone

Kiev and pro-Russian separatists on Saturday signed a deal creating a demilitarised zone in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine after fresh talks aimed at ending a brutal five-month war.
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