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PM celebrates Diwali with soldiers near India-China border; offers prayers at


Uttarkashi/Kedarnath (Uttarakhand): Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Diwali with Army and ITBP personnel in the icy terrain near the India-China border Wednesday and said their devotion to duty in the remote heights is enabling the strength of the nation.


ECI sets up panel to look into Mizos' demand for ouster of state poll panel chief

Aizawl/New Delhi: The Election commission of India Wednesday set up a high-level committee headed by a deputy election commissioner to hold talks with protestors seeking ouster of the Mizoram poll panel chief.


Diwali illuminates India

New Delhi: Earthen lamps dotted houses and lights decked up buildings as people celebrated Diwali amid some restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court on bursting of firecrackers.


BSF, Pakistan Rangers exchange sweets at Attari-Wagah border on Diwali

Attari (Amritsar): The Border Security Force (BSF) and the Pakistani Rangers exchanged sweets and greetings on the occasion of Diwali at the Attari-Wagah border Wednesday, officials said.


Rescued lions doing fine after deadly virus attack: Official

Ahmedabad: As many as 36 lions rescued after a deadly virus killed over a dozen big cats in Gujarat's Gir sanctuary are doing fine but will be kept under observation for some more time, a senior official said Wednesday.


Sitharaman celebrates Diwali with Army personnel in Arunachal's remote posts

Itanagar: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Wednesday celebrated Diwali with Army personnel in remote posts in Arunachal Pradesh near the Sino-India border.


Police on look out for 'absconding' Janardhan Reddy in a ponzi scheme case

Bengaluru: Ballari-based mining baron and former Karnataka minister G Janardhan Reddy was absconding as police were on the look out for him in connection with a money transaction worth crores of rupees allegedly linked to a ponzi scheme, top officials said Wednesday.


Bhubaneswar: A camp court at the special jail here had reserved its verdict on the bail plea of Delhi-based journalist Abhijit Iyer Mitra and extended his jail custody by 14 days, a government advocate said Wednesday.


Samosa Caucus' fails to increase its strength in US midterm

Washington: The so-called 'Samosa Caucus' - an informal group of the Indian-Americans in the US Congress - failed to increase its strength, even as its all four incumbent members were re-elected to the House of Representatives in the highly polarised midterm elections held Tuesday. By Lalit K Jha


China again declines to reveal details of financial assistance to Pakistan

Beijing: China on Wednesday once again declined to quantify the financial assistance it is willing to provide to Pakistan after the just concluded visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing even as it termed his talks with top Chinese leaders "very successful". By K J M Varma


Pak PM Imran Khan wishes Hindu community on Diwali

Islamabad, Nov 7 (PTI) Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday extended his good wishes to the Hindu community on the occasion of Diwali, the festival of lights. By Sajjad Hussain.

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