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Polar vortex causes extreme cold weather in the US

There were similar outbreaks in 2014, 1989, 1985, 1982, and 1977 but this year’s weather will be way more colder than them.

We have to create a plan of action and strive for the downfall...

I’m not sure if the political leaders who won elections have been fulfilling their promises or are they fighting like me on each and every issue. But I work with the intention of fulfilling Rohith’s dream with deepest ambitions against the acts committed by the hinduthva forces. They are not scared of constitutional laws and are unleashing brutal attacks to re-establish the caste-based society and order.

Violence has been tested long, we have to bring it to the end says...

She was addressing the students of the University of Hyderabad during Rohith Shahadath Din, in memory of Rohith Vemula.

Rapid increase in censoring content in India, states ‘Google Transparency Report’

Mumbai: In 2015, Shiv Sena cadres protested at the Google office in Mumbai. 'Obscene' photos of their leader, Balasaheb Thackrey had appeared in Google search....

Supreme Court of Pakistan Upholds the Acquittals of Asia Bibi and Sets her Free

A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and comprising Justice Qazi Faez Isa and Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel tossed out the petition against the top court’s decision that was made last October, to free Asia Bibi from death row.

Assam NRC: SC refuses to extend deadline to submit final NRC

The NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela had earlier submitted in the Supreme Court that the NRC final report could be delayed to the end of September because of the parliamentary elections that would be held this year.

Dialogue with India Possible only after 2019 Polls: Pakistan

During his swearing ceremony, Khan had said that the government should negotiate with the neighbouring countries because war could not bring fruits unlike peace.

Mehul Choksi still out of reach, Antiguan authorities unwilling to cooperate

Earlier this month, Choksi had surrendered his Indian passport to the Indian High Commission in Guyana. Two days prior to that, the SBI had issued a notice to Choksi, demanding repayment of an outstanding loan up to Rs 405 Crore.