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Pakistan on Saturday challenged India to "test our resolve" over a nuclear war, in response to Army chief General Bipin Rawat's remarks from Friday.

"Very irresponsible statement by Indian Army Chief,not befitting his office. Amounts to invitation for nuclear encounter.If that is what they desire,they are welcome to test our resolve.The general's doubt would swiftly be removed, inshallah," twe
India is undoubtedly one of the most interesting countries in the world. It strikes us with its contrasts, impresses us with its traditions and culture, and stays a secret for most foreigners. Bright Side gathered 19 amazing facts about this country of spices that will show India from a completely different side.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) may either be holding back Rs 2,000 notes or could have stopped printing high denomination currency. Juxtaposing the data presented in the Lok Sabha recently with the one provided by RBI in its Annual Report earlier, the SBI Ecoflash report said today, "we observe" that the value of small denomination currency in circulation up to March 2017 was Rs 3,501 billion.
Being healthy should not be boring and a tedious task - because for healthy and fit people, it isn’t. They tend to mix the healthy with yummy and spice things up for themselves. It can be a challenge to sort out a healthy, yummy and delicious looking breakfast everyday for yourself, but minor tweaks can make major changes.
The UPA-era Section 66A of the IT Act, scrapped by the Supreme Court in 2015, was broadly worded enough to book you if you caused annoyance, inconvenience, insult or injury online.
The richest 1 per cent of people in the world now own half of the planet's wealth, according to a new report that highlights breathtaking levels of global inequality.
Making the biggest change in the four-month-old goods and services tax regime, the GST Council on Friday moved 80 per cent of items in the top 28 per cent tax bracket to lower rates. Starting November 15, eating out could cost up to 13 per cent less than before (GST rate cut from 18 per cent to 5 per cent) and a whole host of consumer products like shampoo, deodorant, chocolates, fans, furniture
The Delhi government today said it will impose the odd-even car rationing scheme from November 13-17 to combat the near deadly smog that's blanketed the Capital since Tuesday.


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