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No votes, no work: Maneka Gandhi threatens Muslim voters

Senior BJP leader and Union Minister Maneka Gandhiwas caught on camera threatening Muslim voters in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, from where she will contest polls this time. Maneka told Muslim voters that if they don't vote for her, she will not work for them. The leader claimed she was not Mahatma Gandhi, who would always remain generous. The video o

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#CareerBytes: Tips to prepare for UPSC CSE Personality Test/Interview

The UPSC Civil Services Examination (CSE), also known as the IAS exam, is one of the toughest and most competitive exams. UPSC CSE is conducted in three stages; candidates must clear Prelims, Mains, and the Personality Test or IAS Interview. The Personality Test, the final stage, is considered the most crucial. Here are some tips to prepare for the

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Pakistan: Explosion in Quetta kills 16, including two children

16 people, including two children, were killed in a bombing in Pakistan's Quetta region on Friday, local media reports said. The bomb exploded at a fruit and vegetable market near Quetta's Hazarganji. At least 30 people are said to have been injured. Security officials cordoned off the area. Here's more.

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Shahid Kapoor smoked nearly 20 cigarettes daily for 'Kabir Singh'

Just three days back, teaser of Shahid Kapoor's Kabir Singh was released, and we are still in awe. Three adjectives describe his character perfectly- an aggressive, alcoholic, but brilliant surgeon. And, now Shahid has revealed that it was one of the most challenging roles for him, the hardest part being pretending to snort drugs. He also had to sm

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Laser was pointed seven times at Rahul Gandhi, claims Congress

In a disturbing development, Congress has claimed security was breached during party president Rahul Gandhi's visit in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. The Gandhi scion had gone to his home turf to file nominations for the upcoming polls when a laser was pointed at him, a record seven times, the party alleged. A letter has been written to Union

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43 days after airstrikes, Pakistan takes media to Balakot

On Wednesday, Pakistan took a bunch of international media personnel and foreign diplomats to a seminary in Balakot, which was attacked by Indian Air Force jets on February 26. Pakistan has repeatedly denied that the pre-dawn strikes were successful and 43 days after the operation, it let people visit the site. Director General (DG) ISPR Asif Ghafo

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#ComicBytes: Facts about Wonder Woman which you should know

The Amazonian princess named Diana entered the superhero scene in 1941 and revolutionized how women were portrayed in the comics. She broke the norms and became a symbol of empowerment at a time when women were portrayed as librarians or lovelorn lasses. She holds a significant place among the typically 'male' heroes like Superman and Batman. Here

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RR vs CSK: Match preview, head-to-head records and pitch report

The IPL 2019 is getting exciting with each passing day. The match number 25 will see 2008 champions Rajasthan Royals taking on title holders Chennai Super Kings at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Thursday. Table toppers CSK have been on song in 2019, while Royals have registered a solitary victory in five matches. Here we present the match

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Top 5 Android features we want to see on iOS

I love Apple's mobile software. And I say that as someone who has been using it since the iPhone 4. However, when compared to Android, we all know it eclipses iOS in many ways. It does a lot of things right, and in most cases, does them better than iOS. Here are top 5 features that, in my view, can make iOS better.

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Twitter cuts down number of accounts you can follow daily

In a bid to curb malicious activity, Twitter has slashed the number of accounts you can follow daily. The restriction, as the platform hopes, will keep people from mass following then unfollowing other users of the service - a commonly used trick by spammers to increase their followers count.

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