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Is your milk safe for consumption?
TIMES NOW investigation exposes how dairy farmers inject banned drug oxytocin into the cows to increase milk production. Activists and doctors criticise this practice, saying that the drug is harmful not only to the animal but also to those who consume milk.
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Debate: #XiWarCry - 1
The Centre Tuesday (Sept. 23) said no map was a part of the agreement signed with China during the recent visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Gujarat. "The agreements on establishment of sister province relations between Gujarat (India) and Guangdong (China) and establishment of sister city relations between Ahmedabad (India) and Guangzhou (China) have been signed on September 17. It is clarified that there is no map in the signed MoUs," a Home Ministry statement said. The statement came in the wake of reports of alleged distribution of a handout showing Arunachal Pradesh as "disputed territory" during the Chinese President's visit to Ahmedabad. "A map was shown at the time of press release intending to show the geographical location of the Chinese city Guangzhou along with some factual details. It was not purported to give any geographical details of Indian territory. The map should not be treated as the approved political map of the country as the dotted areas are integral parts of India," the statement said. The Congress had attacked the Narendra Modi Government for the alleged distribution of the map during Xi's visit. "In this MoU, Arunachal Pradesh has been shown as a disputed territory. The Prime Minister should apologise for this major lapse and blunder," Congress general secretary Ajay Maken had said on his blog. In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Anand Narasimhan, panelists -- C R Kesavan, Spokesperson, Congress; Nalin Kohli, Natl Spokesperson ,BJP & Advocate; K C Singh, Former Secy, MEA; Maroof Raza, Strategic Affairs Analyst; Prof Madhu Bhalla, Prof, Dept of East Asian Studies, Delhi University -- discuss what has changed in India's foreign policy that China is realigning its military.
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BJP-Sena deadlock not nearing an end?
Times Now brings you the complete inside track, as the BJP-Sena meeting continues. Sources are telling Times Now- that the BJP is unwilling to compromise, says anything below 135 seats is unacceptable. With no official annoncement likely, the BJP has claimed they will get allies onboard only if they get 135 seats.
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First arrest in VVIP Chopper scam
It is the first arrest in the VVIP chopper scam. The ED arrested former director of Aeromatrix and Delhi based lawyer Gautam Khaitan. Guatam Khaitan was arrested under the non bailable offence of prevention of money laundering act and was sent to 7 day custody. Could he have answers to Armsgate?
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No end to Shiv Sena-BJP deadlock
Old allies Shiv Sena and BJP are at war over seat sharing ahead of October 15 assembly elections in Maharashtra, and there seems to be no breakthrough yet. While Shiv Sena has indicated that they don't want the alliance to break, consultations are still on the proposals. Ahead of its meeting with allies, BJP leaders are in a huddle over seat sharing issue.
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'No troop reduction at the LAC'
In flag meet, India tells China that the number of troops must be reduced to resolve any form of a standoff. China is yet to reply to India's request as there has been no reduction of troops on either side. Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be briefed about situation at the LAC tomorrow.
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Ghosal settles for silver at Asiad
It was heartbreak for squash star Saurav Ghosal, Asian number one and tournament top seed, as he snatched defeat from the jaws of victory after squandering a commanding 2-0 lead against Abdullah Al Muzayen in the men's singles squash final at the Incheon Asian Games.Saurav Ghosal had to be content with a historic squash silver. TIMES NOW Correspondent Rohan Deshmukh in Incheon spoke exlusively to Saurav Ghosal. Check out what the squash star had to say.
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Bindra keeps the door open for Rio 2016
Star Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra brought the curtains down on his competitive career with two bronze medals at the Incean Asian Games. The Olympic gold medalist picked up the individual as well as team bronze in the men's 10m air rifle event. Speaking exclusively to TIMES NOW's Correspondent Rohan Deshmukh, the ace Indian marksman confirms he will compete at various events and also has kept the door open for Rio 2016.