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Bangalore gears up Bandh against sexual ...

Bangalore gears up Bandh against sexual offences

Israel mobilises 16,000 extra troops to ...

Israel mobilises 16,000 extra troops to bolster forces fighting in Gaza

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited plans for ...

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited plans for a skill development centre

New president and vice president for ...

New president and vice president for Bangalore Urban Zilla Panchayat

Six people taken into police custody ...

Six people taken into police custody over Belgaum issue

Two more minors raped in Bangalore

Two more minors raped in Bangalore

The Hindu

Row over Natwar Singh comments: I will ...

Row over Natwar Singh comments: I will write my own book, says Sonia

With former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh creating a row with his comments about Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president on Thursday said that she will come out with her own book, which will...
Pune landslide: Rajnath assures ...

Pune landslide: Rajnath assures assistance from Centre

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday assured full Central assistance to Maharashtra in dealing with the devastating landslide at Malin village near here in which 30 people have been kille...
Modi will launch financial inclusion ...

Modi will launch financial inclusion campaign: Jaitley

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the government’s campaign for financial inclusion to ensure that 7.5 crore households that do not have access to banking have at least two accounts....
India gave fitting reply after ...

India gave fitting reply after beheading incident: Bikram Singh

Outgoing Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh on Thursday said that India has given a befitting reply to Pakistan after the beheading of an Indian soldier by Pakistani troops in 2013 along the Line of Cont...
UPSC exam row again figures in Lok Sabha

UPSC exam row again figures in Lok Sabha

As the row over UPSC examination pattern again reverberated in the Lok Sabha, government on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has himself taken up the issue seriously and a “balanced and...
Delhi High Court bans e-rickshaws till ...

Delhi High Court bans e-rickshaws till August 18

The Delhi High Court on Thursday banned plying of e-rickshaws on the capital's roads through an interim stay till August 18. A Division Bench headed by Justice B.D. Ahmed granted the sta...

Niti Central

Nitish Kumar allies with Lalu to battle ...

Nitish Kumar allies with Lalu to battle BJP in Bihar

The alliance is purely opportunistic as Nitish's entire career in the past two decades was built on an anti-Lalu plank. Nitish and Lalu were friends and colleagues in the erstwhile Janata Dal before they parted ways to form their own regional outfits - RJD and Samata Party (which later became JDU).
Maya Kodnani gets bail – Huge ...

Maya Kodnani gets bail – Huge reprieve by Gujarat HC

Maya Kodnani’s presence at the scene of killings did not attract charges under unlawful assembly and rioting, but, bizarrely, she was found guilty of conspiring with the mob!
Pride vs Bride

Pride vs Bride

IIT-JEE admissions need simpler approach

IIT-JEE admissions need simpler approach

The question that IITs must answer is whether such a selection process justifies the ‘all round performance’ that they seek to gauge in a prospective student?
Khemka redux – Haryana Government ...

Khemka redux – Haryana Government continues to victimise honest bureaucrats

Ashok Khemka has not been the only IAS officer in Haryana who was frequently transferred and victimised by the Hooda Government for being honest. Another IAS officer Pradeep Kasni is also paying the price for his honesty. Nationwide 68 per cent of IAS officers have average tenures of 18 months or less at one place.
Wonkish Wednesday – GM crops, John ...

Wonkish Wednesday – GM crops, John Kerry, and Modi’s Nepal visit

In this Wednesday’s round-up, we bring you views on GM crops, Mulayam Singh Yadav’s family politics, Modi’s upcoming Nepal visit, MyGov and more.

The Net Hindu

True Indian History: Does It Help Or ...

True Indian History: Does It Help Or Hurt Us?

PM Modi, President Obama and the ...

PM Modi, President Obama and the potential new swing in India-US relationship

Modi Sarkar Needs To Show Results

Modi Sarkar Needs To Show Results

"Big Troubles Are Coming ..Soon"

"Big Troubles Are Coming ..Soon"

Support And Criticism of Dr. ...

Support And Criticism of Dr. Harshvardhan

The New India Government: 9 Point ...

The New India Government: 9 Point Action Plan in the next 99 days

Narendra Modi Blog

Finance Ministry has sought creative ...

Finance Ministry has sought creative inputs on the 'Creative Corner' of 'MyGov'....

Joined the 86th Foundation Day ...

Joined the 86th Foundation Day celebrations of ICAR. We need to think about em...

Greetings on Eid-ul-Fitr. May this ...

Greetings on Eid-ul-Fitr. May this auspicious day strengthen the bond of peace,...

Today as NDA Government completes 2 ...

Today as NDA Government completes 2 months in office, launched a citizen engagem...

We remember the indomitable courage ...

We remember the indomitable courage & sacrifice of our Armed Forces on Kargil Vi...

My meeting with World Bank President ...

My meeting with World Bank President Dr. Jim Yong Kim was very fruitful. We disc...

CNN-IBN

Those doing good work should be ...

Those doing good work should be honoured: Akhilesh Yadav

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said people doing good work should be honoured and given an identity.
176 child labourers rescued from ...

176 child labourers rescued from Jaipur, united with their families in Patna

A total of 176 child labourers, rescued from various handicraft units in Jaipur, were brought to the state capital on Thursday by a team of Bihar government officials and members of civil society organisations.
1 killed in clash over Facebook post; ...

1 killed in clash over Facebook post; curfew clamped in Khandwa

Curfew was imposed early on Thursday in Khandwa after communal tension spread in the town over a post on a social networking site that allegedly hurt the feelings of a particular community and also led to the killing of a person, a police official said.
STF arrests two arms suppliers with ...

STF arrests two arms suppliers with Maoist link

Two arms suppliers suspected of having links with Maoists were arrested by Bihar special task force (STF) from a village market in Bihar's Bhojpur district.
India gave befitting reply to Pak after ...

India gave befitting reply to Pak after beheading incident: Gen Bikram Singh

On if there was a possibility of a skirmish with China and Pakistan, he said there was no such possibility with China, saying, "I do not foresee this as we have got robust mechanisms which are in place. There is an understanding at the macro level.
Minor girl's scalp tear off in a Ferris ...

Minor girl's scalp tear off in a Ferris wheel accident

A ride on Ferris wheel on Eid day proved costly for a 5-year-old girl in Gwalior on Tuesday afternoon. Muskan suffered critical injuries as her hair got stuck during the ride and left her without a major portion of scalp.

NDTV

India vs England Third Test Day 5 Live ...

India vs England Third Test Day 5 Live Blog

England, trailing 1-0 in the five-match Test series, are favourites to earn their first victory in 11 outings on the final day on Thursday at Southampton. Catch all the live updates here.






Highlights: Excited About Direction PM ...

Highlights: Excited About Direction PM Modi is Taking, John Kerry Tells NDTV

US Secretary of State John Kerry is visiting India. His trip focuses on pressing India to drop its opposition to global trade reforms, which the US has described as a test of the country's commitment ...






'Will Write My Own Book': Sonia Gandhi ...

'Will Write My Own Book': Sonia Gandhi Responds to Natwar Singh's Comments

"I will write my own book and then everyone will know the truth," Sonia Gandhi told NDTV today, responding to comments by former Congressman Natwar Singh in an interview about his new autobiography.






Don't Exploit Private Talks: Dr Singh ...

Don't Exploit Private Talks: Dr Singh on Natwar's Sonia "Expose"

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said that "private conversations should not be misused for capital gains", his assessment of the political controversy that has placed his party president So...






Modi Government's First Big Reform Push ...

Modi Government's First Big Reform Push Hits Opposition Roadblock

The first big reforms of the two-month-old Narendra Modi government has hit the Opposition roadblock. The Congress has said that the Insurance Amendment Bill and the Sebi Act which the government had ...






2014 Commonwealth Games Day 8 Live Blog

2014 Commonwealth Games Day 8 Live Blog

India start Day 8 of the 2014 Commonwealth Games at No. 6 in the medal standings. Nine short of the 50 medals count, India's hopes will revolve around their wreslters and athletics. Catch all the live...






Times of India

Will write my own book: Sonia Gandhi on ...

Will write my own book: Sonia Gandhi on Natwar's claims

Sonia Gandhi hit back at estranged Gandhi family loyalist Natwar Singh for saying that it was Rahul Gandhi who stopped her from becoming Prime Minister in 2004.
John Kerry visits IIT, walks out ...

John Kerry visits IIT, walks out 'impressed' with students

"Very exciting" and "excellent" were the words used by John Kerry as he visited two laboratories at the IIT-Delhi today and interacted with the students.
Facebok friends for 15 days, man ...

Facebok friends for 15 days, man murders woman when they meet in person

After chatting with a Facebook friend for only 15 days, 42-year-old Baguiati homemaker Soma Ghosh agreed to meet him. That proved to be her undoing.
India gave befitting reply to Pak after ...

India gave befitting reply to Pak after beheading incident: Gen Bikram Singh

To a query on spurt in incidents of ceasefire violation with Pakistan along the international border and the LoC, Gen Singh said, "It (spurt in ceasefire violation) has been on for quite some time.
Dalbir Singh Suhag takes over as new ...

Dalbir Singh Suhag takes over as new Army chief

Suhag, whose appointment had kicked up a row, was designated as Army chief in May by the outgoing UPA government ignoring protests from his predecessor Gen VK Singh and BJP.
Sale of pricey FMCG goods soars, others ...

Sale of pricey FMCG goods soars, others struggle

Consumer goods firms may be finding it hard to get budget-conscious buyers to part with their money for basic and affordable household products amid the slump but the story seems different higher up the price scale.

SIFY

Sania, Saina, Sonia and silly trivia!

Sania, Saina, Sonia and silly trivia!

In images: Communal riots return in ...

In images: Communal riots return in Uttar Pradesh

Photos: A morning walk with Arun Jaitley

Photos: A morning walk with Arun Jaitley

Indian Muslims, ISIL and the lure of ...

Indian Muslims, ISIL and the lure of extremism

When Barbie's friend was raped

When Barbie's friend was raped

Bill Clinton serves food to ...

Bill Clinton serves food to schoolchildren in Jaipur

The Telegraph

N-energy, chicken legs on table

N-energy, chicken legs on table

New Delhi, July 30: US secretary of state John Kerry landed here today for what New Delhi and Washington call a strategic dialogue, but economic niggles over subjects ranging from nuclear energy to chicken legs threaten to trip efforts to rekindle a relationship many argue is stagnating.
Govt vague on UPSC test row

Govt vague on UPSC test row

New Delhi, July 30: The Centre today remained evasive as leaders across parties in the Rajya Sabha sought to know the progress in sorting out the civil services aptitude test (CSAT) controversy.
Natwar claims Rahul hand in 'sacrifice'

Natwar claims Rahul hand in 'sacrifice'

New Delhi, July 30: Former external affairs minister Natwar Singh today hit Sonia Gandhi where it would hurt by questioning the sacrifice theory that defines her political persona.
Antibiotic fear on poultry

Antibiotic fear on poultry

New Delhi, July 30: An environmental advocacy group today asked the Indian government to curb the rampant abuse of antibiotics on domestic poultry farms and cautioned against easing imports of chicken legs from the US.
Bigger Modi team after state polls

Bigger Modi team after state polls

New Delhi, July 30: The expansion of Narendra Modi's council of ministers will depend on how the BJP's alliances in election-bound Maharashtra and Haryana pan out, party sources said.
SC bins early hearing on LoP

SC bins early hearing on LoP

New Delhi, July 30: The Supreme Court today refused to take up for "early hearing" the row over the leader of Opposition status the Congress has been demanding in the Lok Sabha, saying the matter would come up in the normal course.

Rediff

LIVE! Manmohan backs Sonia: NO files ...

LIVE! Manmohan backs Sonia: NO files were sent to 10 Janpath

3rd Test Live! Anderson strikes early, ...

3rd Test Live! Anderson strikes early, Rohit Sharma dismissed

Madani is more than a terror suspect ...

Madani is more than a terror suspect for Kerala CM

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy's meeting with Bengaluru blasts accused Abdul Nasser Madani has drawn the ire of investigators and the prosecution team in Karnataka.
Enforcement Directorate to issue show ...

Enforcement Directorate to issue show cause to Flipkart

Enforcement Directorate sources tell Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com that the probe into FDI received by Flipkart continues and a show cause notice will be issued to the online retailer.
'I am sure that people in Pakistan will ...

'I am sure that people in Pakistan will support me'

'Talent has no religion. There will be people who will criticise me, but if I take them seriously, I won't be able to do a lot of things in my career.' Pakistani actress Humaima Malick gets ready for Bollywood success.
India at the CWG: Vijender packs a ...

India at the CWG: Vijender packs a punch; wrestlers swell medal tally

Star boxer Vijender Singh packed a punch while assuring himself of a medal in what proved to be a good outing for Indian pugilists on Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Wednesday.

India today

Manmohan on Natwar bomb: No PMO files ...

Manmohan on Natwar bomb: No PMO files were sent to Sonia

Former prime minister Manmohan Singh has come out in support of Sonia Gandhi after Natwar Singh's explosive revelations in an interview on Wednesday. The second part of this interview will be aired today at 5 pm on Headlines Today.






FlipKart slashes Moto G price by Rs ...

FlipKart slashes Moto G price by Rs 2,000

With Motorola Moto G, facing strong competition from the likes of Xiaomi Mi 3 and Zenfone 5, FlipKart has slashed its price by Rs 2,000






General Suhag takes over as new Army ...

General Suhag takes over as new Army chief

General Suhag assumed charge after his predecessor handed over to him the Chief of Army Staff baton in his South Block office.






Artist turns superheroes' words of ...

Artist turns superheroes' words of wisdom into posters

Have you ever wondered what Superheroes think of themselves being superheroes or what they think being a hero stands for?
Trailer: Christopher Nolan's ...

Trailer: Christopher Nolan's Interstellar goes into deep space

Christopher Nolan - of Dark Knight trilogy fame - could prove his creative genius again with Interstellar. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain, the story revolves around a group of explorers pushing the limits of interstellar travel.
Sonia on Natwar bomb: Will write my own ...

Sonia on Natwar bomb: Will write my own book, reveal the truth

Congress leader Sonia Gandhi said that she was not hurt by the revelations made by Natwar Singh in an interview on Wednesday. The second part of the interview will be aired today at 5 pm on Headlines Today.






Asia Times

Putin edges toward a personal Waterloo

Putin edges toward a personal Waterloo

Russian President Vladimir Putin's chief weapons are his revanchist ideology and his hope to earn billions of dollars from selling gas to China and Europe. While the he is determined to avoid bankruptcy through international sanctions, his wrong-headed pursuit of reviving his country to superpower status may give the United States the upper hand and set course for Napoleonic self-destruction. - Ehsan M Ahrari (Jul 31, '14)
THE ROVING EYE Crime (Israel) and ...

THE ROVING EYE Crime (Israel) and punishment (Russia)

Not even Hollywood could come up with such a plot: Israel gets away with unlawful premeditated mass murder of civilians while Russia gets framed for a (smaller-scale) airborne mass murder of civilians that has all the makings of being set up by the Kiev vassals of Russia's Western "partners". Sanctions and economic war are about to convulse Europe and pit Europe against Russia. Exactly what the Empire of Chaos is praying - and working - for. - Pepe Escobar (Jul 30, '14)
Leading Chinese iman murdered in ...

Leading Chinese iman murdered in Xinjiang

The head of the largest mosque in China, who has been highly critical of violence by ethnic minority Muslim Uyghurs in the troubled Xinjiang region, has been stabbed to death, according to witnesses and local officials. (Jul 31, '14)
Is Obama really adrift in the world?

Is Obama really adrift in the world?

It has become all too common, with crises spiraling out of control in Gaza, Iraq, Ukraine, and elsewhere, to criticize US President Barack Obama for making his personal style of detachment into a national policy of disengagement. The problems that beset Washington's foreign policy apparatus have little to do with having a "cool" president, and other myths that American exceptionalists are wont to spin. - John Feffer (Jul 31, '14)
Vietnam buckles under Chinese pressure

Vietnam buckles under Chinese pressure

Vietnam's failure to counter China's months-long placement of an oil rig in disputed waters with any meaningful gesture threatens the Hanoi government's legitimacy. If the public believes that it capitulated - particularly at a time of slowing economic growth - this could spark demonstrations aimed at both China and Vietnam's Communist Party-led government. - Zachary Abuza (Jul 29, '14)
The al-Sisi his allies can't see

The al-Sisi his allies can't see

The US and Middle Eastern allies see Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as a compliant figure who'll re-fill the role of regional puppet vacated by Hosni Mubarak. Sisi's impulsive, paranoid style of rule and intense focus on building up the military suggest he'll more likely become a Saddam Hussein - complete with the penchant for invasions. - Monte Palmer (Jul 30, '14)

Yahoo

India Drops Sea Claim to Seek Offshore ...

India Drops Sea Claim to Seek Offshore Oil in China Contrast

India took a step toward tighter ties with Bangladesh this month in surrendering its four-decade claim to a swathe of the Bay of Bengal about the size of Lake Ontario, opting to heed a United Nations-backed ruling. Bangladesh praised its neighbor's move, with the head of state-run oil monopoly Petrobangla saying the newfound clarity will unlock drilling opportunities. The decision provides a ...
Amazon to invest $2 bln to expand in ...

Amazon to invest $2 bln to expand in India

MUMBAI, India (AP) — The world's largest online retailer is facing off in India against a new name in e-commerce that was founded by former Amazon employees.
India Drops Claim to Unlock Offshore ...

India Drops Claim to Unlock Offshore Oil in China Contrast

India took a step toward tighter ties with Bangladesh this month in surrendering its four-decade claim to a swathe of the Bay of Bengal about the size of Lake Ontario, opting to heed a United Nations-backed ruling. Bangladesh praised its neighbor's move, with the head of state-run oil monopoly Petrobangla saying the newfound clarity will unlock drilling opportunities. The decision provides a ...
Factbox: India's food stockpiling ...

Factbox: India's food stockpiling and WTO stand-off

(Reuters) - India threatened to block a worldwide reform of custom rules last week, saying it wants an agreement on food subsidies and stockholding to run parallel to the trade facilitation pact. With grain silos spilling over, exports on the rise and an avowed market champion for prime minister, New Delhi's threat to trash the trade deal in the name of food security and farm subsidies appears ...
India: Tough Talk And The Bali Trade ...

India: Tough Talk And The Bali Trade Facilitation Agreement

Last week India’s top trade negotiators told the World Trade Organization (WTO) that India would not support the package of trade facilitation measures that had been agreed to last December at the Bali ministerial. Because adoption of these measures must be done by consensus among WTO members by July 31, India’s rejection [...]
India in a spin as England eye victory

India in a spin as England eye victory

England were in sight of their first win in 11 Tests as they closed in on a series-levelling victory against India at Southampton on Wednesday. India were 112 for four, still needing a further 333 runs to make what would be a new record 445 to win, at stumps on the fourth day of the third Test. Renowned for their ability to play spin, India lost three wickets to Moeen Ali and Joe Root -- both ...

Reuters

U.S. tells Pakistan: Do not let Haqqani ...

U.S. tells Pakistan: Do not let Haqqani fighters resettle

ASPEN Colorado (Reuters) - The U.S. government urged Pakistan on Friday to prevent displaced Haqqani militants from returning to their traditional sanctuary after a Pakistani military offensive near the Afghanistan border.
In change of heart Nepal to allow ...

In change of heart Nepal to allow cremation of Tibetan monk

KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal will allow a monk prominent in Tibetan Buddhism to be cremated in a monastery in Kathmandu, a minister said on Tuesday, disregarding fears of possible anti-China protests by his followers during the funeral.
Karzai's powerful cousin killed, ...

Karzai's powerful cousin killed, worsens strains over poll deadlock

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai's powerful cousin, a close ally of presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani, was killed in a suicide bomb attack on Tuesday, officials said, deepening strains over an election marred by fraud and under a U.N.-monitored review.
U.S., Afghanistan fail to track ...

U.S., Afghanistan fail to track U.S.-supplied small arms - watchdog

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government has failed to effectively track many of the more than 465,000 light weapons it has supplied to Afghanistan's army and police, creating the risk that machine guns and other small arms could fall into insurgent hands, a U.S. watchdog said on Monday.
Pakistan mob kills woman, girls, over ...

Pakistan mob kills woman, girls, over "blasphemous" Facebook post

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani mob killed a woman member of a religious sect and two of her granddaughters after a sect member was accused of posting blasphemous material on Facebook, police said Monday, the latest instance of growing violence against minorities.
Sri Lankan asylum seekers arrive in ...

Sri Lankan asylum seekers arrive in Australia after weeks held at sea

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A group of 157 migrants, thought to be Sri Lankan asylum seekers, arrived at a detention camp in Australia, government officials said on Monday, after having been held at sea by authorities for almost a month.

CNN

Look at me! 16 selfies of the week

Look at me! 16 selfies of the week

What a shot! 37 amazing sports photos

What a shot! 37 amazing sports photos

Inside rebel tunnels in Homs

Inside rebel tunnels in Homs

A network of tunnels and sophisticated bomb making factories found in Homs. Fred Pleitgen reports.
Voices from Ukraine

Voices from Ukraine

As militant forces take over government buildings in eastern Ukraine, Pro-Russian and Pro-Ukrainian protesters are on conflicting sides.
Water dries up ahead of World Cup

Water dries up ahead of World Cup

Could drought bring water and power rationing during Brazil World Cup? Shasta Darlington reports.
Who's your hero? Nominate them

Who's your hero? Nominate them

They're your neighbors, your friends, your colleagues, your parents.

MSN

Power transmission corridor to be set ...

Power transmission corridor to be set up in TN

As part of efforts to ensure uninterrupted power supply and develop infrastructure for the purpose, 60 sub-stations and 2500 km of high voltage power transmission corridor will be set up

Few wetlands impacted due to ...

Few wetlands impacted due to urbanisation, development: Govt

Environment minister Prakash says 115 wetlands in 24 states and two UTs have been identified for conservation and management

Ban e-rickshaws, high court orders ...

Ban e-rickshaws, high court orders Delhi government

The Delhi government told the court that the ministry of road and transport was working to amend the Motor Vehicle Act to regularize the e-rickshaws by bringing them under its ambit

Uproar in RS over phone tapping, ...

Uproar in RS over phone tapping, surveillance

Rajya Sabha members created ruckus inside Parliament for second straight day, forcing two adjournments before noon

UPSC test issue raised in Lok Sabha ...

UPSC test issue raised in Lok Sabha again

SP leads criticism of and attack on BJP and Prime Minister Modi as UPSC row rumbles on

Pune landslide: Rajnath assures full ...

Pune landslide: Rajnath assures full Central assistance

Union Home Minister announces Rs 2 lakh assistance to kin of each victim and says PM Modi has assured all possible help to Maharashtra

BBC

Race to find India landslide missing

Race to find India landslide missing

Rescue workers in western India race to locate survivors of a landslide that has claimed at least 30 lives and buried up to 200 people.
Bathers drown off Karachi coast

Bathers drown off Karachi coast

At least 20 bathers celebrating the Muslim Eid festival drown in rough seas off the southern Pakistani city of Karachi, officials say.
Australia 'in child asylum cover-up'

Australia 'in child asylum cover-up'

The Australian government sought to cover up the extent of mental health problems among children held in asylum detention, a psychiatrist tells a national inquiry.
Drug-resistant malaria 'widespread'

Drug-resistant malaria 'widespread'

Drug-resistant malaria is spreading in South East Asia, and has now reached the Cambodia-Thailand border, according to a study.
Kiribati claims historic medal

Kiribati claims historic medal

Weightlifter David Katoatau earns Kiribati its first ever Games medal with gold in 105kg as Ben Watson wins bronze.
Guilty plea in Australia racist rant

Guilty plea in Australia racist rant

A woman whose racist rant caused shock in Australia is given a 12-month good behaviour bond after admitting offensive behaviour.

Indian Express

Delhi: 51-year-old Danish national ...

Delhi: 51-year-old Danish national alleges gangrape, 15 detained for questioning

Police was informed about the incident by the manager of the Paharganj hotel were the woman was staying.
DGCA seeks fresh public objections ...

DGCA seeks fresh public objections after clearing AirAsia for take-off

The latest public notice was issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Monday.
Screen Awards: Milkha, Ram-Leela and ...

Screen Awards: Milkha, Ram-Leela and Madras Cafe dominate

The Screen song filled the air. "Dhak dhak dil dil, dil dil dhak dhak" perfectly encapsulated the mood of the evening.
CBI sought part RTI exemption, Govt ...

CBI sought part RTI exemption, Govt gave it full

In Orissa''s 'liberated'' zone, two ...

In Orissa''s 'liberated'' zone, two villages take on the Maoists

The two villages together have a population of around 4,000, mostly belonging to the Chakotia Bhunjia tribe.
I wonder if I will be able to ever ...

I wonder if I will be able to ever reunite with my husband, my kids. I miss them: Devyani

Controversy and its fallout were, Devyani said, more a personal than a professional loss for her.

Hindustan Times

Sushil Kumar The sole claimant to the ...

Sushil Kumar The sole claimant to the title of Indias Mahabali

Is Sushil Kumar the closest we can get to a desi superhero Everything about his life his early struggle the legend of his triumphs on the field and his conduct away from the akhara lives up to tales of heroism we have heard Full Coverage Glasgow Games 2014






Sierra Leone prez declares emergency ...

Sierra Leone prez declares emergency over Ebola

Sierra Leone has declared a state of public emergency to tackle the worst ever outbreak of Ebola and will call in security forces to quarantine epicentres of the deadly virus President Ernest Bai Koroma said in a statement






India gave befitting reply to soldier ...

India gave befitting reply to soldier beheading

The Indian Army gave a befitting reply to Pakistan after an Indian soldier was beheaded along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir outgoing army chief General Bikram Singh said on Thursday






Aurangabad Maoists blow up CRPF ...

Aurangabad Maoists blow up CRPF personnels house

Maoists on blew up the house of a CPRF personnel in Maoistaffected Aurangabad district of Bihar Thursday morning The CRPF personnel Vinod Singh is currently posted with the CoBRA in antiMaoist operations at Barachatti in Gaya






Sonia Gandhi says not hurt by Natwars ...

Sonia Gandhi says not hurt by Natwars claims will write the truth in her own book

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has said that she will write her own book to tell the truth and rebut allegations made by former external affairs minister Natwar Singh and others Vote Do you believe Natwar Singhs allegations about the Congress party






Pune village landslide 30 bodies ...

Pune village landslide 30 bodies recovered 140 still feared trapped

In some cases entire families have perished in the incident leaving no one behind to perform the last rites Heavy rains have lashed Maharashtra and other parts of India as a result of the annual monsoon






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Outlook

Ukraine Announces Halt to Offensive ...

Ukraine Announces Halt to Offensive Over MH17 Probe

Kiev today announced a day-long halt to its deadly offensive to oust pro-Russian rebels in east Ukraine after fighting had stalled efforts by international investigators to kickstart a probe into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Meghalaya Dy Speaker Donates Earnings ...

Meghalaya Dy Speaker Donates Earnings to Poor

Meghalaya Deputy Speaker Sanbor Shullai has donated all of his year's earnings, over Rs 18 lakh, to BPL families and people suffering from various diseases in the state.
South African Cricketers Pay Tribute to ...

South African Cricketers Pay Tribute to Kallis

South Africa's professional players and the South African Cricketers' Association have paid tribute to all-rounder Jacques Kallis, who retired from all formats of the game.
Karan Johar Denies Signing Aamir, ...

Karan Johar Denies Signing Aamir, Salman for Rs 300 Cr

Filmmaker-producer Karan Johar has slammed reports that he has signed Bollywood superstars Aamir and Salman Khan for Rs 150 crore each.
12 Villages Cut-Off Due to Landslide in ...

12 Villages Cut-Off Due to Landslide in Odisha

Landslide in Odisha, triggered by heavy downpour, has cut-off about a dozen villages on the Bonda hills in Malkangiri from the district headquarters for the last four days, district officials said.
Two Killed Due to Heavy Downpour in ...

Two Killed Due to Heavy Downpour in Nashik

Incessant rainfall in the town has killed two persons, including a woman, in separate incidents, police said today.

FirstPost

Sibal, Pilot among UPA mantris served ...

Sibal, Pilot among UPA mantris served notice for ‘unauthorised’ stay

Sixteen former ministers of the UPA government were in unauthorised possession of government bungalows for over a month and have been served eviction notices, parliament was told Wednesday.

The post Sibal, Pilot among UPA mantris served notice for ‘unauthorised’ stay appeared first on Firstpost.

Bugging Gadkari’s home: Is political ...

Bugging Gadkari’s home: Is political espionage an epidemic in India?

Despite all the talks on the RAMPART-A espionage programme of the US that the National Security Agency used to spy upon the BJP after being allegedly allowed by the previous UPA government, there are talks in the air that this might well turn out to be a case of internal political espionage.

The post Bugging Gadkari’s home: Is political espionage an epidemic in India? appeared first on Firstpost.

Nato not prepared to deal with military ...

Nato not prepared to deal with military threat from Russia, warn British MPs

Nato (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) is not prepared to deal with a military threat from Russia, warned British MPs.

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Moved after meeting rape survivor, Jaya gives her govt job, Rs 5 lakh

After considering the plight of the victim, Jayalalithaa invited her to the State Secretariat here and presented her a cheque of Rs five lakh from the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund

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Haryana: Trouble for Congress ends, Ajay Singh Yadav to continue in cabinet

The trouble in Haryana's ruling Congress over the resignation of Power Minister Ajay Singh Yadav ended on Wednesday night with the party announcing that he will continue to be in the ministry, capping his meeting with the central leadership of the party.

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Machiavellian, capricious: Natwar Singh on Sonia’s destruction of Cong

Former External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh's autobiography is a damning account of Sonia Gandhi's run as party president, of the party's interference in government and in foreign policy decisions.

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