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Prashant Kishor takes over AAP campaign strategy, Nagender Sharma exits
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Prashant Kishor takes over AAP campaign strategy, Nagender Sharma exits

The Delhi government's media advisor Nagender Sharma, considered a confidant of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as he had been with him since the beginning of his political career, has abruptly exited from the Aam Aadmi Party.

Asian Wrestling C'Ships: Silver for Sakshi, Vinesh wins bronze
Other Sports

Asian Wrestling C'Ships: Silver for Sakshi, Vinesh wins bronze

Star grappler Sakshi Malik went down fighting in the final of the 65 kg category to remain content with a silver at the Asian Wrestling Championships being held at the KD Jadhav Wrestling Hall here on Friday, while Asian Games gold medallist Vinesh Phogat won a bronze.

Payal Tadvi case: Bombay HC rejects plea by accused doctors to continue studies at Nair Hospital
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Payal Tadvi case: Bombay HC rejects plea by accused doctors to continue studies at Nair Hospital

The Bombay High Court on Friday rejected the prayer of the accused doctors, in connection with Payal Tadvi case, to continue their studies at BYL Nair Hospital.

MI junior cricket meet: Gandhi blossoms for JCBN International
Cricket

MI junior cricket meet: Gandhi blossoms for JCBN International

Vansh Gandhi scored a swashbuckling hundred to enable JBCN International School, Borivali, register a comprehensive 140-run win over The Blossoms STE School, Marine Lines, in the Mumbai Ind Junior Cricket Tournament at the Azad Maidan here on Friday.

Ihana Dhillon dazzles in yellow
Entertainment

Ihana Dhillon dazzles in yellow

Ihana Dhillon loves wowing fans with her fashion statements, and she was recently seen doing the same with a photo-op where she turns on the heat in a yellow dress and sporty shoes.

No body should fear CAA or NPR, says Uddhav after meeting PM
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No body should fear CAA or NPR, says Uddhav after meeting PM

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday said no body should feel threatened by the new citizenship law (CAA) or National Population Register as these measures are not meant to drive away anyone from the country.

US, Taliban ceasefire from midnight, peace deal on Feb 29
International

US, Taliban ceasefire from midnight, peace deal on Feb 29

A week-long "reduction in violence" pact between the Taliban, the United States and Afghan security forces will come into effect from midnight on Friday night, paving the way for the peace deal which is to be signed on February 29.

Dr Harsh Vardhan reviews actions taken, preparedness to handle COVID-19
National

Dr Harsh Vardhan reviews actions taken, preparedness to handle COVID-19

Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dr Harsh Vardhan on Friday reviewed the status of preparedness and actions taken so far in handling the situation arising out of the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID19), with the senior officials here.

US, Taliban to sign peace accord on Feb 29
International

US, Taliban to sign peace accord on Feb 29

A seven-day long "reduction in violence" in Afghstan, which if successful would lead to the signing of US-Taliban peace accord later this month, will begin on Friday midnight (local time).

AR Rahman: '99 Songs' a feel-good movie, not art film
Entertainment

AR Rahman: '99 Songs' a feel-good movie, not art film

Indian music maestro AR Rahman assures that "99 Songs", his debut film as a scriptwriter and producer, is feel-good fare and not an art film.

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