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    Unable to get brides, young farmers petition tehsildar
    Unable to get brides, young farmers petition tehsildar
    A group of young farmers have approached the Kundgol tehsildar with their predicament of not getting brides in Hubballi-Dharwad district of the state.
    New Rules For International Passengers Arriving In India
    New Rules For International Passengers Arriving In India
    The self-declaration forms for Covid vaccination that had to be filled in by incoming international passengers on the Air Suvidha portal, will no longer be necessary, the government has said. The decision will come into effect from midnight.
    Govt may seek more details on NRIs' foreign remittances
    Govt may seek more details on NRIs' foreign remittances
    The Income Tax Department may make it compulsory for NRIs to share details of foreign remittances received from India and also divide it into taxable and non-taxable income in the next fiscal, according to reports.
    Viral Pic: Hindutva Look Of Rahul Gandhi?
    Viral Pic: Hindutva Look Of Rahul Gandhi?
    Anything is possible in politics. Abrupt shocks are also common here. Rahul Gandhi seems to have changed his style of appearances in public.
    KGF-2 Songs At RaGa's Yatra, Copyright Case Filed
    KGF-2 Songs At RaGa's Yatra, Copyright Case Filed
    A case has been registered against three senior Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi for alleged unauthorised usage of the music from the blockbuster Kannada film 'KGF-2' during the party's 'Bharat Jodo Yatra'.
    Young woman tried to honey-trap me, says Reddy
    Young woman tried to honey-trap me, says Reddy
    Chitradurga BJP MLA Tippa Reddy has filed a complaint with cyber police in connection with a video call made by a nude young woman, police sources said on Wednesday.
    Include photos of Ganesha, Lakshmi on currency notes
    Include photos of Ganesha, Lakshmi on currency notes
    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to include the pictures of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi on the currency notes.
    Woman assaulted for not agreeing to 'wife-swap'
    Woman assaulted for not agreeing to 'wife-swap'
    A man, along with his mother and sister, has been booked for assaulting his wife for refusing to be part of wife-swapping in Bikaner.
    CMs of Telugu states mourn Mulayam Singh's demise
    CMs of Telugu states mourn Mulayam Singh's demise
    Chief ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Monday condoled the death of Samajwadi Party founder and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav.
    Mulayam Singh Yadav passes away at 82
    Mulayam Singh Yadav passes away at 82
    Veteran Samajwadi leader and MP, Mulayam Singh Yadav, died here on Monday after a prolonged illness.
    Free bus rides turn bumpy: Many women reject freebie, insist on tickets
    The DMK government in Tamil Nadu announced free bus rides for all women in the state after assuming office.
    Viral Pic: Son Knotting Mother's Shoelace
    Viral Pic: Son Knotting Mother's Shoelace
    Some pictures, though look trivial, hold historical value. Some pictures happen to catch the attention of many though they happen to be random clicks without any plan.
    PM Modi set to gift 5G services to Indians on Oct 1
    PM Modi set to gift 5G services to Indians on Oct 1
    The National Broadband Mission (NBM) under the Ministry of Communications on Saturday tweeted (and later deleted) that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will officially roll out the 5G services in India on October 1 -- the same day when the India Mobile Congress (IMC) kicks off which will heavily focus on 5G and related domains.
    Modi's 'rebuke' of Putin heard in US
    Modi's 'rebuke' of Putin heard in US
    The "abrupt and unheralded change" in India's stand on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as reflected in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's public rebuke of Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week, has been heard in official Washington DC with some relief and satisfaction.
    Why KCR Poking Into Karnataka Issue?
    Why KCR Poking Into Karnataka Issue?
    Reacting over a flex that was put up in Telangana which reffered the BJP-led Karnataka government as 40 per cent commission government, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday stated it would affect the relation between both the states.
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