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Modi overrules Rajnath; appoints RN Ravi as Naga interlocutor

New Delhi, August 29: Even though Rajnath Singh will be at the helm of affairs in the capital in the absence of Narendra Modi, another incident has come to light of the two leaders not being on the same page.

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India on runway, must move forward: Modi

New Delhi, August 29: India had stemmed the slide backwards in the first 100 days of his Government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday.

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Didn't ask Pakistan Army to mediate to defuse political crisis: Nawaz Sharif

Islamabad, August 29: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday contradicted  Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan's statement that the country's army was made part of the negotiations at the request of the protesting parties.  

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India to be mercury-free within 10 years

New Delhi, August 29: Mercury  considered highly toxic but used extensively in healthcare products, lighting and for religious purposes will be phased out in India in the next six to 10 years.  

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After probe verdict, PBVC remains exposed: ACAUT 

Says ACAUT movement cannot be derailed by vested orgs

Dimapur, August 29: Following what it called the 'damning verdict' given by the inquiry committee constituted by DC Dimapur against the Purana Bazaar Village Council (PBVC), the ACAUT Nagaland has said that if there is any iota of self respect in the PBVC, the members should resign en-masse.

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NCD fears illegal immigrants will take advantage of Jan Dhan Yojana

Dimapur, August 29: While appreciating the Government of India initiative to provide banking and credit facilities to the poor people under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) scheme, the Naga Council Dimapur has expressed apprehension that illegal immigrants may take advantage and avail the facility.

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NRHM employees to continue stir

Dimapur, August 29: Minister for Health & Family Welfare, P Longon has assured the agitating NRHM employees that their pending salaries would be released immediately.

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Church tells Govt to make prohibition a reality in Nagaland

Dimapur, August 29: While reiterating its commitment to uphold the Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition Act 1989, the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) has appealed to the state Government to implement the Act with utmost sincerity so that a much more desirable result would be achieved.

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Pastor takes realistic stand, says lifting prohibition or not is a non issue

Dimapur, August 29: Amidst the chaos and debate arising lately on whether to lift the Prohibition Act in the State or not despite of all the failures and drawbacks in implementing the Act is something which does not make any sense, observed Pastor Ketuo Theunuo prior to the launch of the second edition of Students Spiritual Conference in the State of which he is the convener.

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Pakistan made a 'spectacle' of bilateral talks: Modi

New Delhi, August 29: Breaking his silence on cancellation of talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said India was "disappointed" as Pakistan wanted to make a "spectacle" by meeting separatist leaders but said efforts will continue to build peaceful, friendly and cooperative ties with Pakistan.

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Entertainment  

Too early to raise questions on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's slogan 'Achche din': Paresh Rawal

Actor-politician Paresh Rawal said it is too early to raise questions on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's slogan 'Achche din', which marked BJP's campaign during the 2014 General elections.  

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Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt Wedding: Jon Voight Wasn't Aware Of Daughter's Marriage

Veteran actor Jon Voight says he wasn't aware of his daughter Angelina Jolie's secret nuptials to actor Brad Pitt. 

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Mary Kom producers in talks with Manipur govt for film's release

Hindi films have not been released in Manipur since 2000 after separatist groups banned Bollywood films and Hindi TV shows in the state. 

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