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BENGALURU, 23 MAY. Karnataka is set to get its first Dalit deputy chief minister in G Parameshwara on Wednesday evening when he takes oath along with H D Kumaraswamy as chief minister on the steps of Vidhana Soudha.

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MUMBAI, 30 APRIL. Nonconsummation is grounds to declare a marriage as null, the Bombay high court has ruled.

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NEW DELHI, 12 MAY. Over the last several months a handful of startups have dropped hundreds or thousands of electric scooters on the sidewalks in cities like San Francisco, Austin, and San Diego, allowing anyone who downloads an app to unlock and ride them across town for a small fee. It's a radical - and controversial - experiment in urban mobility. But scooters could be just the beginning.

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NEW DELHI, 15 MAY. India and Russia, with proposed defence projects worth over $12 billion hanging in balance, are working on a road map to get around the new US sanctions regime that seeks to deter countries from buying Russian weapon systems.

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NEW DELHI, 28 APRIL. A controversy has broken out over the Dalmia Bharat Limited signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ministry of Tourism for the adoption of Red Fort monument under the 'Adopt a Heritage' project.

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SUDAN, 10 MAY. A 19-yearold Sudanese woman has been condemned to death by a court in Omdurman for stabbing to death the husband to whom she was forcibly married, who she says raped her with assistance of his family.

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NEW DELHI, 27 APRIL. Hyderabad boy Anudeep Durishetty has topped the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017. He belongs to the OBC category. He qualified the examination with Anthropology as his optional subject. He has graduated with BE (Electronics & Instrumentation) degree from BITS, Pilani.

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NEW DELHI, 7 MAY. In a significant development, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has developed an atomic clock that will be used in navigation satellites to measure precise location data. The space agency currently imports atomic clocks from European aerospace manufacturer Astrium for its navigation satellites.

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