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Ordnance Factory Board slams news reports blaming them of providing poor quality ammunition to Indian Army

Ordnance Factory Board rebuts media reports claiming that faulty ammunition was responsible for 27 lives and a loss of Rs 960 crores

In less than 6 months of launch, Firstpost print edition shuts down, last edition on June 8

The 20-page weekly English print edition was launched eight years after the company launched its online news portal.

‘Unemployed’ Kanhaiya Kumar publishes front page ads in newspapers, plagiarises BJP leader’s tagline

'Neta Nahin Beta' is being used by BJP leader Devender Kadyan since over a year now.

Dear Gujarat Samachar editor, how do you live with yourself?

Gujarati daily Gujarat Samachar Newspaper's insensitive headline today over Pulwama attack has got readers upset

British newspaper apologises to US First Lady Melania Trump for making false claims, agrees to pay damages

The Daily Telegraph agrees that its January 19 article about Melania Trump had several false statements, and agreed to pay damages along with apologising for the same.

Fact Check: Is the newspaper clip headlined ‘Rajiv Gandhi’s daughter joins family firm’ genuine?

The article printed in a newspaper reports the elevation of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra with a rather unusual headline, “Rajiv Gandhi's daughter joins family firm”.

Outraged Muslims want Mid-Day newspaper office put on fire for anti-triple-talaq cartoon

The cartoon suggested that it were mostly conservative Muslim men who wanted triple talaq retained.

Railways deny distributing Congress mouthpiece National Herald in trains after social media outrage

National Herald publishers have been accused of using unauthorised means to distribute their paper.

Government clamps down on those reporting ‘fake news’, says no advertisements for them

Action may also be taken if the newspaper indulges in "anti national" activities.

India deported 18 Rohingya Muslims despite ‘SC stay’, claims Bangladeshi newspaper

A Bangladeshi newspaper Dhaka Tribune has claimed that BSF 'forced' Rohingya Muslims to enter Bangladesh.

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Days after an Islamist brutally beheaded a teacher, France Govt prepares to expel 231 religious extremists from the country

France is planning to come down hard on religious extremists after an Islamic youth beheaded a teacher recently

Congress, media target Varun Gandhi for unwillingness to speak to a stranger late at night: Here is who the man was and why he...

The Congress party has decided to go after BJP MP Varun Gandhi after a leaked version of his conversation found its way to the media.

India formally invites Australia to join the 2020 Malabar trilateral naval exercise, Australia confirms full participation: Read details

It will be the first time all members of the regional grouping known as the Quad will participate in the Malabar naval exercise

Rajasthan: Two minor girls gang-raped, police shift victims to the hospital in an auto-rickshaw instead of ambulance

Two minors gang-raped by six in Rajasthan. Police conducting raids at various locations in search of accused.

Dance moves by Dr Arup in Silchar, Assam wins Internet, inspires Hrithik Roshan

The Assam doctor's dance video has gone viral on social media, gaining thousands of likes and comments.

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After Chinese phones blocking weather data for Arunachal and Ladakh, now Twitter shows Leh as part of China

Security analyst Nitin A Gokhale found that Twitter has labelled Leh in Ladakh as part of People's Republic of China (PRC)

In 2012 ‘out of town’ Salman Khan partied with Parambir Singh in Mumbai on day Bandra cops could not serve him Court summons for...

As reported by Mid-Day in 2012, Salman Khan and Parambir Singh were both found attending a Christmas party hosted by Sunny Dewan and his wife Anu Dewan in Mumbai. This when the Bandra cops claimed Khan was not in town.

During 26/11 Mumbai attack, Param Bir Singh refused to be on ground and take on terrorists, then Mumbai CP Hasan Gafoor had said

Hasan Gafoor, who was the Mumbai Commissioner of Police during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, had accused senior police officials, including Param Bir Singh of not taking on the terrorists.

TimesNow joined the Left in condemning Republic TV to hell, now, the Left is gunning for them too

The 'TRP scam' started off when Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh named Republic TV and hid the fact that the FIR which was filed, based on the Hansa Research Report, named India Today

Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami to sue Param Bir Singh for Rs 200 crore after Maha Govt’s admission in Mumbai High court

Maha Govt and Mumbai police distances itself from the allegations meted out at Republic TV by PC Param Bir Singh

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