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RPF cop prevented rape bid on woman, jumps out of moving train to rescue

RPF cop prevented rape bid on woman, jumps out of moving train to rescue

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): K Shivaji, a Railway Protection Force (RPF) constable on Monday night, in a heroic attemt, overpowered a man who was trying to sexually assault a 25-year-old woman on an MRTS train and rescued the victim. RPF constable K Shivaji, another constable and sub-inspector S Subbiah, who made up a night patrol squad, were travelling on a train fro..

VITEEE 2018 results on or before 27 April, check at vit.ac.in

VITEEE 2018 results on or before 27 April, check at vit.ac.in

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) will declare the result of VITEEE 2018 in online mode on or before 27 April. To check their results, candidates have to go the VIT website and log in to the result portal using their application number and date of birth. The result will contain information like rank obtained by the candidate in the ent..

Allahabad High Court grants bail to Dr. Kafeel Khan

Allahabad High Court grants bail to Dr. Kafeel Khan

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): Dr. Kafeel Khan, who was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh Police in connection with the Gorakhpur tragedy, which took away sixty-three children's life due to shortage of oxygen, has been granted bail by the Allahabad High Court. 
Khan has been in jail for eight months after the tragedy. He is among those who were arrested after..

Asaram, 2 others found guilty by Jodhpur Court

Asaram, 2 others found guilty by Jodhpur Court

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): The Jodhpur Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe Court, nearly five years after rape charges were levelled against them, has convicted Asaram Bapu along with two others. The judgment in the case was pronounced inside the Jodhpur Central Jail. According to police sources, co-accused Shiva and Shilpi have been convicted while Sharad and Prakash..

Indigenous Tejas performs well at Gagan Shakti, IAF wants it in squadron

Indigenous Tejas performs well at Gagan Shakti, IAF wants it in squadron

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): Being put to trial by the Indian Air Force (IAF) in war-like operational conditions during Gagan Shakti, its biggest ever 14-day war exercise, the indigenously-manufactured Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas has performed outstanding.
"We did trials and validation of operational efficiency of LCA Tejas. We were able to generate si..

New fugitive ordinance empowered ED to confiscate assets worth Rs 16,000 cr

New fugitive ordinance empowered ED to confiscate assets worth Rs 16,000 cr

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is all set to confiscate assets worth Rs 16,000 cr of fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi after the introduction of Fugitive Economic Offenders Ordinance.
Top government sources have informed that the agency has decided to approach the Prevention of Money Laundering Act ..

Jodhpur court to issue verdict on Asaram Bapu's case

Jodhpur court to issue verdict on Asaram Bapu's case

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): A trial court in Jodhpur of Rajasthan is about to issue a verdict against the self-styled godman Asaram Bapu in a rape case. Abiding by the prohibitory orders of the government, a follower of Asaram Bapu was detained by the police outside the Central Jail in Jodhpur. 
This follower reached near the jail and tried to put a ga..

Gadchiroli encounter includes 2 involved in Sukma attack, total counts 37

Gadchiroli encounter includes 2 involved in Sukma attack, total counts 37

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): At least 37 Maoists have been killed in two police encounters in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district. The dead includes Sinu, a divisional committee member, and Sainath, a divisional commander, the two who were responsible for a deadly attack in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district April 2017 in which 26 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers..

Cong has history of stoking riots: BJP on Khurshid's 'blood on hand' remark

Cong has history of stoking riots: BJP on Khurshid's 'blood on hand' remark

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday, quoting its leader Salman Khurshid's statement that his party had stains of blood on its hands, has alleged Congress of having a history of stoking the communal riots in the country and said that his statement was an acknowledgement of engineering communal riots. 
Further, the BJP..

CEO Salil Parekh draws a three-year road map for Infosys

CEO Salil Parekh draws a three-year road map for Infosys

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): Although, the fourth quarter (January to March 2018) results failed to excite investors, most analysts have given a thumbs-up to the three-year road-map laid out by Infosys CEO Salil Parekh to accelerate growth in the digital segment.
The Infosys management detailed its strategy to analysts in post market hours on Monday and also..

SEBI lists over 1,800 defaulters in paying fine

SEBI lists over 1,800 defaulters in paying fine

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): An exhaustive list issued by SEBI on Tuesday has disclosed more than 1,800 entities which have failed to pay penalties imposed by the capital markets regulator for various violations till last month. The defaulters include individuals as well as companies that failed to pay fines for various offences related to the securities market. Some ..

No work visa to spouse of H1B holders: Trump administration

No work visa to spouse of H1B holders: Trump administration

NEW DELHI (Maha Media): In a major setback for Indian families, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Francis Cissna in a letter to Senator Chuck Grassley said that the Trump administration is planning to terminate the provision of granting H-4 visas to spouses of H1B visa holders. A top federal agency official has told lawmakers that this move..

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Sagittarius

This is certain to be a day of financial intrigue. There are bargains to be had, for sure, but what is really and truly important is a monetary partnership. Working matters impinge on your consciousness, perhaps because you?re about to remember something which you ought to have done, but didn?t.

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Capricorn

Let others make the first move and don?t try to force what can only be a delicate matter. If you wait for partners to show their hands, then you?ll have a clear idea of what you must do next. But these are sensitive times, and subtle decisions are called for. So think before you act.

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Aquarius

There are so many thought-provoking aspects at the moment that you could be turning into quite a philosopher. Partners should appreciate your wisdom, and you should enjoy their wit. A romantic connection should soon be restored, by the way, though perhaps not like you would have hoped it to.

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Leo

Anyone who still believes that you are too nice to create a stir had better think again. However, just in case you become complacent, let me point out that you need to secure as much support as possible for your plans. You might even be able to turn a rival into an ally.

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Cancer

Everything that happens over the next forty-eight hours will edge you decisively into the future. You may not believe it but this also goes for developments which might be initially disappointing. A course of action which is derailed now would probably not have succeeded in any case.

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Pisces

Exciting developments are imminent socially. In fact, a romantic or emotional partnership that got off to a hesitant start will soon be brought back to life, much to your relief. Don?t be lured into extravagant promises, at least not until you?ve seen the lie of the land.

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Aries

Time marches on and the Moon edges its way around your chart, helping you wrap up a number of outstanding issues. By the way, if you are worried that the past is taking up more of your time than the present, relax ? it?s all part of the current pressure to catch up with yourself. So sit back and relax.

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Scorpio

Foreign and overseas factors seem to be strong. At the very least, a long-distance invitation is looming. Perhaps there?s room ahead for a break, or perhaps it?s time to brush up on a language. Family members who are far away should be contacted soon.

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Libra

Mars is sailing happily through your chart, but the results may make you squirm. Over the next month you are liable to be in the situation where you unintentionally offend people and then have to spend a great deal of time apologising. Always remember ? it could be worse.

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Gemini

Today?s unforeseen events could be expensive, at least more costly than you thought. Rather than resisting the trend of the stars, why not go with the flow, get out your savings and have yourself a little treat? Lay your feelings on the line and try to get someone close to give you an answer.

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Taurus

Don?t make too much of a song and dance at home, and keep your head if family relationships are still in a state of flux. This is no time to start utterly untried and experimental new ventures. Instead you should be making rapid moves to clear up loose ends.

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Virgo

A certain amount of friction is inevitable, and could even be helpful, and the main point of contention seems to be financial. You had probably better realise now that the future is uncertain and that you therefore have opportunities to better yourself.

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