DNA India

Haldia-Allahabad National Waterways-1 ...

Haldia-Allahabad National Waterways-1 to get $50 million World Bank boost

Houses for 9,000 Maharashtra policemen ...

Houses for 9,000 Maharashtra policemen soon after retirement in Navi Mumbai

Wealthy nations must send medical teams ...

Wealthy nations must send medical teams to halt Ebola outbreak: Medecins Sans Frontieres

Venezuela blasts US TV show 'Legends' ...

Venezuela blasts US TV show 'Legends' over Nicolas Maduro nerve gas plot

Rupee gains 7 paise against dollar in ...

Rupee gains 7 paise against dollar in early trade on September 3

Meat exporter Moin Qureshi met CBI ...

Meat exporter Moin Qureshi met CBI chief Ranjit Sinha 90 times in 15 months

Qureshi, under the I-T scanner, visited Sinha on many occasions along with the CBI's former director AP Singh

The Hindu

Army presence unsettles Tamils: ...

Army presence unsettles Tamils: Varadaraja Perumal

‘They see in cantonment system a bid to establish Sinhalese settlement’
SC to hear afresh review petition in ...

SC to hear afresh review petition in Dharmapuri bus burning case

In a majority judgment, a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a fresh hearing of the review petition filed by three death row convicts in the case of the 2000 Dharmapuri bus...
India slips to 71st rank in global ...

India slips to 71st rank in global competitiveness list

Weighed down by challenging economic conditions for most part of the past year, India has slipped to 71st position - the lowest among BRICS countries - in an annual global competitiveness...
Two Dalit brothers beheaded at ...

Two Dalit brothers beheaded at Chidambaram

The killers took the heads in sacks and kicked them around before dumping them on either side of the entrance of a hospital
BJP set to take on AIADMK

BJP set to take on AIADMK

BJP leaders meet Vaiko and Vijayakant and seek their support for local bodies by-polls
Neo e-literates to get free cell phones

Neo e-literates to get free cell phones

As many as 15 lakh neo e-literates across the State will be given mobile phones free of cost by next March, under a government-sponsored programme to promote regular use of the Internet and bridge...

Niti Central

100 days of Modi Sarkar: 10 significant ...

100 days of Modi Sarkar: 10 significant developments

In the last 100 days, the nation has moved from an era of policy paralysis to an era of policy priorities. Hundred days in Office, the Narendra Modi Government has successfully prepared a roadmap for India’s development.
India-Japan partnership – Modi not ...

India-Japan partnership – Modi not only promises, he delivers: MD Nalapat

Speaking exclusively to Niti Central, senior journalist Prof. MD Nalapat says being a man of post Nehruvian foreign policy era, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given Japan the attention it deserved for a long time and also a boost to Indian economic growth. He adds that India's foreign policy has now moved on from being an elite-to-elite job to a comprehensive, strategic and engaging foreign policy. The policy matrix in India for a long time has been disorganised and complex that has evaded both the countries to make a break-through in each other economies.
Narendra Modi invites Japanese business ...

Narendra Modi invites Japanese business leaders to partner in India’s growth

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's keynote address at the Japan India Association was a statement explaining India’s intent. He wanted business leaders to partner in India's growth story.
Modi-Abe’s Tokyo Declaration scores ...

Modi-Abe’s Tokyo Declaration scores 9.5 on 10: VIF

The Tokyo Declaration signed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe clearly proves that the twenty-first century belongs to Asia. Satish Chandra, Dean, Centre for National Security and Strategic Studies at Vivekananda International Foundation says that the Tokyo Declaration scores 9.5 on 10. The 39 para Declaration is a landmark event since it captures the convergence of interest and it will strengthen the ties.
Narendra Modi’s Teacher’s Day ...

Narendra Modi’s Teacher’s Day Address and an American Tradition

Gurutsav critics must be of the opinion that former President APJ Abdul Kalam’s going to schools on Teacher’s Day and talking to children was problematic as well.
100 days of Modi Sarkar: 25 facts

100 days of Modi Sarkar: 25 facts

The Narendra Modi-led Government at the Centre completed 100 days in power on September 2. He began his journey as the Prime Minister of India by inviting SAARC nations to his swearing-in ceremony and surprised both his friends and critics by his bold decision, and since then, he has been leading his Government from the front. However, his journey also had its shares of hiccups.

The Net Hindu

Wake Up Call For Modi Sarkar

Wake Up Call For Modi Sarkar

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

Narendra Modi Blog

Spoke at an event organised by Nikkei ...

Spoke at an event organised by Nikkei Inc. and JETRO. Urged Japanese business co...

Inaugurated the TCS Japan Technology ...

Inaugurated the TCS Japan Technology and Culture Academy. Extended my best wishe...

Met His Majesty Emperor Akihito.

Met His Majesty Emperor Akihito.

CNN-IBN

India's first 'Coral Garden' to be set ...

India's first 'Coral Garden' to be set up in Gujarat

In an attempt to conserve several coral species at one place and to boost tourism in the state, the country's first 'Coral garden' will be set up at Mithapur coastal region of Devbhoomi-Dwarka district in Gujarat.
100 days of Modi government: Several ...

100 days of Modi government: Several plans to revamp Varanasi but no changes yet

As the Narendra Modi government completes 100 days in office, his constituency Varanasi is getting ready for a facelift. With AIIMS, ring road, new flyovers, Ganga cleaning, Varanasi is in for a drastic change.
Caught on camera: BJP's Jitender Singh ...

Caught on camera: BJP's Jitender Singh Shunty shot at by an unidentified man in Delhi, escapes ...

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Jitender Singh Shunty was attacked by an unidentified man on Tuesday night. Shots were fired outside Singh's house as the man tried to attack him. Singh escaped unhurt while the assailant flee the spot after the MLA gave him a chase.
Consortium of IIT professionals formed ...

Consortium of IIT professionals formed on Ganga River Basin Management: Centre to SC

The Narendra Modi government on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that it is committed to clean Ganga, which was its pre-poll promise, and steps would be taken to prevent any pollution going into the holy river.
Justice HL Dattu to be next Chief ...

Justice HL Dattu to be next Chief Justice of India: sources

Justice Handyala Lakshminarayanaswamy Dattu is likely to be the next Chief Justice of India, government sources said on Wednesday
Delhi Police officials now to be seen ...

Delhi Police officials now to be seen riding bicycles

Delhi Police personnel will now be seen riding bicycles while patrolling in congested areas of the Walled City and parks of North Delhi with a view to check crimes such as snatching.

NDTV

Hastily Posting Photos Prompts Regret ...

Hastily Posting Photos Prompts Regret Online

Perez Hilton has made a career of posting anything and everything about celebrities and their lives. On Tuesday, he thought better of it.






'Sex Swami' Nithyananda Will Take ...

'Sex Swami' Nithyananda Will Take Potency Test, Rules Supreme Court

Controversial self-styled godman Nithyananda, facing trial in a rape case, has been directed by the Supreme Court to undergo all medical tests, including the potency test.






Jet Airways Offers Rs 500 Fare on ...

Jet Airways Offers Rs 500 Fare on Domestic Flights

A day after budget carrier SpiceJet announced fares starting at Rs 499 across its domestic network, Jet Airways has also jumped on the bandwagon rolling out Rs 500 fares for the economy class on domes...






India's Looming Power Crisis: Five ...

India's Looming Power Crisis: Five States May Face Blackouts

Five big states face a massive power crisis because of an acute shortage of coal, underlining the challenge the Narendra Modi government faces in overhauling the sector and its creaking infrastructure...






Caught On Camera: BJP Legislator Shot ...

Caught On Camera: BJP Legislator Shot At In Front Of His House in Delhi

A BJP legislator was shot at by an unidentified assailant in front of his house in east Delhi's Vivek Vihar area early this morning. The incident was recorded on a closed-circuit television (CCTV) cam...






Tokyo's Hotels Among the Cleanest: ...

Tokyo's Hotels Among the Cleanest: Survey

Hotel booking portal Hotel.info said Tokyo has the cleanest hotel rooms among selected international cities. This is based on the opinion of more than six million users of the website.

Times of India

After James Foley, ISIS beheads another ...

After James Foley, ISIS beheads another US journalist

The Islamic State released a video purporting to show the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff, a monitoring service said.
PM Narendra Modi's love sees mini Japan ...

PM Narendra Modi's love sees mini Japan come up in Gujarat

The Japanese industrial park at Vitthalpur village is coming up near the proposed Suzuki Motors plant. Four Japanese companies have acquired land in the area.
Justice H L Dattu to be next Chief ...

Justice H L Dattu to be next Chief Justice of India

Justice H L Dattu is set to become the next Chief Justice of India.
SC asks builder to repay Rs 33cr ...

SC asks builder to repay Rs 33cr maintenance fees

Dealing a blow to builders who don’t deliver on promises, the Supreme Court has asked a developer in Gurgaon to refund residents Rs 33.38 crore -- 70% of the maintenance fees it had collected since 2002 – for failing to provide the amenities it had committed to at the time of purchase.
FM Arun Jaitley undergoes weight loss ...

FM Arun Jaitley undergoes weight loss surgery

Finance and defence minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday underwent gastric bypass surgery for diabetes management at a private hospital in New Delhi.
As diesel prices rise, it’s now ...

As diesel prices rise, it’s now cheaper to run petrol cars

A diesel vehicle means higher cost of acquisition but significantly lower fuel bills, right? Well, not quite.

SIFY

In Pictures: Modi's 100 days as PM

In Pictures: Modi's 100 days as PM

In photos: The PM's postcards from Tokyo

In photos: The PM's postcards from Tokyo

Ganesh Puja celebrations pan India

Ganesh Puja celebrations pan India

Madras, the special place

Madras, the special place

Rajiv Gandhi's 70th birth anniversary

Rajiv Gandhi's 70th birth anniversary

Photos: Household survey in Telangana

Photos: Household survey in Telangana

The Telegraph

Pro-Rahul revolt brews as Cong ...

Pro-Rahul revolt brews as Cong secretaries gear to dare seniors

New Delhi, Sept. 2: A group of 16 young All India Congress Committee secretaries are gearing to publicly confront all the veterans critical of Rahul Gandhi and resisting a transition, facing the party with an unprecedented situation.
Trial by bypoll for snubbed Rajnath

Trial by bypoll for snubbed Rajnath

New Delhi, Sept. 2: The September 13 by-elections in Uttar Pradesh will be a test case for Union home minister Rajnath Singh and his son Pankaj.
'CMs' competition is excellent'

'CMs' competition is excellent'

lQuestion: What is the significance of India-Singapore bilateral relationship?
Hundred days of empty dreams: Cong

Hundred days of empty dreams: Cong

New Delhi, Sept. 2: The Congress today described the first 100 days of the Narendra Modi government as "extremely disappointing" and rattled off a long list of reasons: "unacceptably" high prices of essential commodities, communal disturbances, rising crime against women, major ceasefire violations on the border, directionless foreign policy and centralisation of power that undermines the sanctity of the cabinet system.
Murder glare on FB post

Murder glare on FB post

Thiruvananthapuram, Sept. 2: CPM general secretary Prakash Karat today sought to distance his party from the killing of an RSS leader in Kerala yesterday, but screenshots of an alleged Facebook post by the son of a local party leader congratulating comrades were in circulation.
Storm over NaMo teacup

Storm over NaMo teacup

Mumbai, Sept. 2: From a self-proclaimed tea boy to tête-à-têtes over tea with the country's teeming masses, tea has been Narendra Modi's Tao.

Rediff

Nithyananda must face potency test: SC

Nithyananda must face potency test: SC

The self-styled godman had appealed against the Karnataka High Court order refusing to stay the trail court's direction that he should take the potency test. The rape case was registered against him in a court in Bangalore.
Stats: Captain cool Dhoni achieves ...

Stats: Captain cool Dhoni achieves unique treble

Dhoni holds the record of winning most matches in all 3 formats -- the first Indian and also the first among current captains from all sides.
'Pakistan would like to wash its hands ...

'Pakistan would like to wash its hands of Kashmir'

'I have never seen the Kashmiris in a more conciliatory mood or a more defensive and reasonable mood than I did when I went there in May. All of them said, "raasta nikaliye".'
Would you quit engineering to be a ...

Would you quit engineering to be a model? She did!

What inspired, engineering graduate Pooja Mor to quit her career and take up modelling?
Delhi BJP MLA escapes assassination ...

Delhi BJP MLA escapes assassination attempt

An unidentified gunman opened fire at Bharatiya Janata Party legislator from Shahdara, Jeetendra Singh Shunty, outside his house in east Delhi's Vivek Vihar area early Wednesday morning, police said.
100 days: Govt starts with energy but ...

100 days: Govt starts with energy but has no grand strategy

The problems facing India and its economy are far too severe and deep to be fixed in 100 days, and an excessive focus on the first 100 days might have indicated that the government had failed to understand that.

India today

For Modi's New York speech, lottery to ...

For Modi's New York speech, lottery to decide lucky participants

The Indian-American Community Foundation, set up recently for the purpose, till Monday midnight had received some 20,000 applications from people across the country from as far as remote parts of Alaska and Hawaii.






Nude selfies: Apple confirms attack but ...

Nude selfies: Apple confirms attack but claims iCloud not breached

Apple confirmed that the photos came from the individual iCloud accounts of the victims but added that the iCloud servers were not breached and there was no security bug in its service.






100 days of Modi sarkar a mixed bag, ...

100 days of Modi sarkar a mixed bag, says Dipankar Gupta

If the government is to give a 100-day report card every 100 days, then that would be a high watermark in accountability. So, this exercise should not stop now after the first 100 days, but continue with the same periodicity all the way for the next five years.






Watch: Hrithik, Katrina's hot chemistry ...

Watch: Hrithik, Katrina's hot chemistry in Meherbaan

The makers of Bang Bang have released a romantic number Meherbaan featuring the very hot Hrithik Roshan and sizzling Katrina Kaif.






Caught on Camera: BJP MLA Jitender ...

Caught on Camera: BJP MLA Jitender Singh Shunty shot at in Delhi

Shunty, the MLA from Shahdara, has reportedly told the police that the assailants were not known to him.






Now I can beat anyone: Priyanka Chopra

Now I can beat anyone: Priyanka Chopra

No, Priyanka Chopra is not talking about the box office competition, but about actually beating up someone physically! And the actress strongly feels that every woman should learn some form of self-defence.






Asia Times

Gaza: Now the guns have been silenced

Gaza: Now the guns have been silenced

The ceasefire calm after the latest round of hostilities in Gaza has ironically produced a positive effect. Both Israel and Hamas have come to the realization that neither can defeat the other politically and militarily with impunity, and now the guns have been silenced other options must now be explored to end a vicious cycle of violence. - Alon Ben-Meir (Aug 29, '14)
VIOLENCE IN KASHMIR Modi's muscle ...

VIOLENCE IN KASHMIR Modi's muscle strains Indo-Pak talks

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has toughened his stance on Pakistan since coming to power, his anger at renewed violence in Kashmir brimming over this week - and in stark contrast to the welcome Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif received at his inauguration. With peace talks canceled and Sharif now otherwise occupied, reconciliation moves will just have to wait. - Arman Sidhu (Aug 29, '14)
India opens door to superbugs

India opens door to superbugs

India recently earned the dubious distinction of being the worst country in terms of antibiotic overuse in the world. Experts warn that unchecked growth in use combined with poverty, limited healthcare facilities and a doctor-patient ratio of one doctor to every 1,700 people have potential for the emergence of drug-resistant viruses and bacteria to be disastrous. - Ranjita Biswas (Aug 29, '14)
Russia welcomes Asia food imports

Russia welcomes Asia food imports

Russia has urged 10 Asian countries to boost their agricultural exports to Russia amid a Kremlin ban on products from many Western countries. Economic Development Minister Aleksei Ulyukayev made his call at a meeting of Russian and Association of Southeast Asian Nations officials in Myanmar. (Aug 29, '14)
Keynes is dead; long live Marx

Keynes is dead; long live Marx

No matter how passionately good-hearted Keynesians beg for jobs and other New Deal-type reform, their pleas fall on deaf ears of governments controlled by powerful moneyed interests. Marx had it right: class-based policy always trumps good sense. - Ismael Hossein-Zadeh
Reloading the debt dice

Reloading the debt dice

Global financiers and corporations are increasingly supplanting governments on the international stage. Case in point: Argentina's debt struggle. Part of the answer can be found by funding through sovereign currencies and public banks, a recipe followed by China, Russia, South Korea and Japan. - Ellen Brown

Yahoo

India's smartphone wars: ...

India's smartphone wars: Google's Android One adds to Samsung's worries

* Android One set to boost low-end smartphone demand * Samsung rapidly losing share in India, China * Android One threatens much pricing pressure for Samsung * Samsung likely to reexamine lower-end strategy - analysts
Cricket-India crush feeble England to ...

Cricket-India crush feeble England to win one-day series

(Adds quotes) LONDON, Sept 2 (Reuters) - India's Shikhar Dhawan smashed a six to seal a crushing nine-wicket victory over hapless England in the fourth one-day international in Birmingham on Tuesday. The tourists cruised to a win that gave them an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series after another feeble England batting display in which the hosts were bowled out for a paltry 206 at Edgbaston ...
India's rating seen limited by ...

India's rating seen limited by fiscal deficit, inflation - Moody's

India's fiscal deficit and inflation outlook could prevent any upgrades in the country's sovereign rating, even as the economy is headed for recovery, Moody's Investors Service said on Wednesday. Although Moody's expects the government to meet the fiscal deficit target of 4.1 percent for the fiscal year ending in March, it noted the country's finances would "remain vulnerable to future cyclical ...
India embarrass England in 4th ODI, ...

India embarrass England in 4th ODI, take series

BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — India embarrassed England in winning the fourth one-day international by nine wickets at Edgbaston on Tuesday to go into the last match with a chance to whitewash the series.
Japan and India vow to boost defense ...

Japan and India vow to boost defense ties during summit

By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and India agreed on Monday to strengthen defense ties as Asia's second and third biggest economies keep a wary eye on a rising China, with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashing out at the "expansionism" of some nations. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi also agreed to speed up talks on a so-far elusive ...
India humble England to win series

India humble England to win series

India send England to a humiliating nine-wicket defeat to win the fourth one-day international at Edgbaston and the series 3-0.

Reuters

Obama increases U.S. force protecting ...

Obama increases U.S. force protecting embassy in Baghdad

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has ordered an increase of about 350 troops in Baghdad to protect the U.S. Embassy in the Iraqi capital and is sending top officials to the Middle East to "build a stronger regional partnership" against Islamic State militants, the White House said on Tuesday.
Pakistan parliament backs embattled ...

Pakistan parliament backs embattled prime minister as crisis deepens

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's parliament threw its weight behind embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday as a deepening crisis over violent protests demanding his resignation prompted fears of an army intervention.
Pakistan protest leader to meet ...

Pakistan protest leader to meet political figures to discuss crisis

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani protest leader Imran Khan said on Tuesday he would hold talks with a conservative Islamist politician who has been trying to mediate between Khan's political party and the government since the beginning of a political crisis.
Pakistan's promises to IMF in doubt as ...

Pakistan's promises to IMF in doubt as protests sap economy

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Anti-government protests that have gripped Islamabad since mid-August could throw off course economic reforms Pakistan promised to deliver in return for an IMF bailout, senior officials said, raising the risk of a sovereign rating downgrade.
Afghan turmoil threatens NATO's ...

Afghan turmoil threatens NATO's "mission accomplished" plans

BRUSSELS/KABUL (Reuters) - NATO will declare "mission accomplished" this week as it winds down more than a decade of operations in Afghanistan but departing combat troops look likely to leave behind political turmoil and an emboldened insurgency.
Afghanistan World Cup blow as coach ...

Afghanistan World Cup blow as coach Kabir quits

KARACHI (Reuters) - Afghanistan's long-serving coach, former Pakistan test bowler Kabir Khan, has resigned less than six months before his team take part in their first 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

CNN

What a shot!

What a shot!

The week in 36 photos

The week in 36 photos

CNN mourns loss of photojournalist

CNN mourns loss of photojournalist

CNN lost a much loved and respected colleague Monday with the sudden passing of photojournalist Sarmad Qaseera. A longtime member of CNN's Baghdad bureau, Sarmad had to flee his country in 2006 after death threats, eventually settling in the United States and continuing his work for CNN based out of Atlanta. He was 42.
Inside the 'hermit kingdom'

Inside the 'hermit kingdom'

CNN's Will Ripley goes inside the "Hermit Kingdom" for an international wrestling festival.
The challenges of covering Ebola

The challenges of covering Ebola

CNN's Nima Elbagir shares the hardships of reporting on the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Who's your hero? Nominate them

Who's your hero? Nominate them

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

MSN

BJP legislator shot at in Delhi, unhurt

BJP legislator shot at in Delhi, unhurt

Police sources said an unidentified man on a motorcycle and wearing a helmet called out BJP MLA Shunty, asking him to attest some documents

10-day RSS conclave in Lucknow in ...

10-day RSS conclave in Lucknow in October

The Uttar Pradesh capital will host the event after many years

Eight-yr-old girl allegedly raped by ...

Eight-yr-old girl allegedly raped by classmate in Ghaziabad

A police complaint was registered only after villagers staged a protest outside the Masuri police station

66 percent voters satisfied with Modi's ...

66 percent voters satisfied with Modi's performance, functioning: Poll

On internal security, 37 percent respondents said Maoist violence has decreased during the Modi regime, while 15 percent of voters said it had increased

Modi is a dream merchant, his govt’s ...

Modi is a dream merchant, his govt’s 100 days disappointing: Congress

Congress leader Anand Sharma alleged that the BJP captured power by making lofty promises and selling unrealistic dreams and this amounted to a ‘fraud with people’, who were ‘misled’

Five Delhi policemen injured in mob ...

Five Delhi policemen injured in mob attack

Police says the mob became angry after a 23-year-old youth named Sunil reached the house of his 22-year-old friend Aamir along with two Class 9 girl students studying in a nearby govt school

BBC

Afghan militants 'may join IS'

Afghan militants 'may join IS'

Fighters from a militant Islamic group in Afghanistan, allied to the Taliban, tell the BBC they are considering joining forces with Islamic State.
Fukushima workers sue over pay

Fukushima workers sue over pay

A group of workers decommissioning the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant sue its operator Tepco over unpaid hazard wages.
Corruption 'costs millions of lives'

Corruption 'costs millions of lives'

About $1tn a year is being taken out of poor countries and millions of lives are lost because of corruption, the One campaign group says.
UK activist's Thailand trial begins

UK activist's Thailand trial begins

A UK activist who campaigns for better labour conditions goes on trial in Thailand charged with criminal defamation.
Thieving monkey hands out money

Thieving monkey hands out money

A monkey in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh steals money from a home and rains down banknotes on people, reports say.
Japan tackles dengue fever outbreak

Japan tackles dengue fever outbreak

Japan is battling its first outbreak of dengue fever in almost 70 years, with at least 22 people confirmed as being infected.

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

Delhi BJP MLA Jitender Singh Shunty ...

Delhi BJP MLA Jitender Singh Shunty shot at by goons escapes unhurt

In a daring attack caught on CCTV BJP MLA Jitender Singh Shunty was shot at by an unidentified assailant at his house in East Delhi early on Wednesday morning






What went down at Infosys the inside ...

What went down at Infosys the inside story

Mint investigates the backstory to founder NR Narayana Murthys comeback and departure from Infosys and the appointment of Vishal Sikka as the first nonfounder CEO of Indias iconic company






PM concludes successful Japan tour ...

PM concludes successful Japan tour leaves for home

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday left for home after concluding his successful visit during which Japan promised to give USD 35 billion to India over the next 5 years for developmental projects






BJP hopes new governor will fix ...

BJP hopes new governor will fix Karnataka CM

The opposition BJP called it the first scam of the Siddaramaiahled Congress government and disrupted both Houses over the issue in July when the legislature was in session






India losing 1 trillion annually to ...

India losing 1 trillion annually to corruption Study

Last year 20 trillion disappeared into secret offshore tax havens across the world an amount that can save 36 million lives annually A study conducted by the UKbased NGO ONE has found that corruption tax evasion and corporate malpractices is leading to monetary losses of the scale that could wipe out poverty in a few years






IAF cant afford delay in Rafale deal ...

IAF cant afford delay in Rafale deal Air chief

Air chief marshal Arup Raha has said that it is critical to keep the 25 billion Rs 150000 crore French Rafale fighter deal on schedule as the IAF cannot afford any more delays






ABP news

Gunman opens fire at BJP MLA

Gunman opens fire at BJP MLA

An unidentified gunman opened fire at BJP MLA from c, Jeetendra Singh Shunty, outside his house in east Delhi's Vivek Vihar area early Wednesday morning,police said.
Charity rejects donations by people who ...

Charity rejects donations by people who saw nude photos

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has rejected donations by Reddit users who tried to absolve themselves of the "sin" after having looked at hacked nude photos of Hollywood celebrities.
Don't have a perfect body: Charlize ...

Don't have a perfect body: Charlize Theron

Actress Charlize Theron says she doesn't have an ideal figure, but is happy with the way her body looks.
Anastacia slams Kim, Kanye

Anastacia slams Kim, Kanye

Singer Anastacia slams reality TV star Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West saying their need for attention is just so ill placed.
Second beheading plunges Obama into top ...

Second beheading plunges Obama into top crisis

Just two weeks after beheading American photojournalist James Foley, the Islamic State (IS) Sunni extremist organisation sent what it called "a second message to America", with a video showing the beheading of another kidnapped American journalist.
Clarke rules out ODI retirement

Clarke rules out ODI retirement

Australia captain Michael Clarke has dismissed any suggestions he might quit one day cricket after returning home from the Zimbabwe tour with a hamstring injury.

ZeeNews

SC asks Nithyananda to undergo potency ...

SC asks Nithyananda to undergo potency test

The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition filed by self-styled godman Nithyananda against conducting potency test on him in a 2010 rape case.
India in major road-building exercise ...

India in major road-building exercise along China border

Taking the perceived threat from China seriously, India is set to launch a major road-building exercise along the border with the neighbouring country.
HL Dattu likely to be next Chief ...

HL Dattu likely to be next Chief Justice of India: Reports

Justice Handyala Lakshminarayanaswamy Dattu is most likely to take over as the next Chief Justice of India, media reports said on Wednesday.
10-day RSS conclave in Lucknow in ...

10-day RSS conclave in Lucknow in October

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will hold a 10-day conclave here in October, an official said Wednesday.
Lottery to decide participants at ...

Lottery to decide participants at Narendra Modi's public reception in New York

A lottery system would decide the participants who would get to attend the public reception of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 28 at the prestigious Madison Square Garden in New York City, organisers of the event have said.
NHRC to host annual meet of rights ...

NHRC to host annual meet of rights groups today

The National Human Rights Commission will on Wednesday host the 19th annual general meeting of the Asia-Pacific Forum (APF) of the National Human Rights Institutions.

Outlook

Steel Plant Explosion in Japan Injures ...

Steel Plant Explosion in Japan Injures Six

At least six people were today rushed to hospital after an explosion at a steel plant in central Japan, media reported.
Farmer's Daughter Allegedly Raped, ...

Farmer's Daughter Allegedly Raped, Murdered in Jalpaiguri

The naked body of a girl, who tried to save her father from being beaten by locals for failing to pay for a rented tractor at a village meeting, has been found lying on railway tracks at Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri district.
Sania-Cara Enter US Open Doubles ...

Sania-Cara Enter US Open Doubles Semifinal

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Zimbabwean partner Cara Black hardly broke a sweat as they entered the US Open women's doubles semifinals after their rivals retired midway through the quarterfinal match here.
US Asks Pak Parties to Resolve Crisis ...

US Asks Pak Parties to Resolve Crisis Peacefully

Amid escalating political crisis in Pakistan, the US has ruled out any mediation in that country and asked all stakeholders to work together to resolve their differences through peaceful democratic means.
India's First 'Coral Garden' to Come Up ...

India's First 'Coral Garden' to Come Up in Gujarat

In an attempt to conserve several coral species at one place and to boost tourism in the state, the country's first 'Coral garden' will be set up at Mithapur coastal region of Devbhoomi-Dwarka district in Gujarat.
World Outraged About Brutal Killing of ...

World Outraged About Brutal Killing of Civilians by ISIL: UN

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon today said the world was "outraged" at the apparent beheading of a second US journalist in a video released by Islamic State (IS) militants.

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Drank beer while awaiting rescue, ...

Drank beer while awaiting rescue, capsized S-Korea ferry crew tell court

Some crew of a ferry that capsized in April in South Korea's worst maritime disaster in 44 years drank beer while waiting for rescue, one of them told a court, in an admission likely to fuel anger at their conduct during the final moments of the mishap.

The post Drank beer while awaiting rescue, capsized S-Korea ferry crew tell court appeared first on Firstpost.

RSS conclave in Lucknow to discuss ...

RSS conclave in Lucknow to discuss ‘Love Jihad’, Modi govt’s performance

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will hold a 10-day conclave here in October, an official said on Wednesday.

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Chose Adityanath to head UP campaign ...

Chose Adityanath to head UP campaign after much thought: BJP

The BJP has justified its decision to make Yogi Adityanath the face of its campaign saying that he was chosen after much consideration.

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Not compulsory for students to listen ...

Not compulsory for students to listen to Modi on Teachers Day, says Hooda

The Chief Minister also said that he wouldn't be addressing school students on the occasion.

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Govt acceptance of SC decision on coal ...

Govt acceptance of SC decision on coal scam is good governance, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

The government's decision to accept the Supreme Court's decision to term the coal block allocation since 1993 as illegal is an example of good governance, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today.

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Populism to Rahul’s magic: Six ...

Populism to Rahul’s magic: Six impossible things Congress still believes in

Notwithstanding the shock treatment it got in the 2014 Lok Sabha, in its first 100 days in the opposition the Congress continues to believe in half a dozen impossible things. Take a look.

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Jailed murderer Neta and wife in ...

Jailed murderer Neta and wife in hospital ward for 14 months

Modi meets Netajis associate

Modi meets Netajis associate

Yoga and Hindi becoming popular in Japan

Yoga and Hindi becoming popular in Japan

Slained RSS leader cremated in Kerala, ...

Slained RSS leader cremated in Kerala, Amit Shah personaly goes to pay respect

Over 1400 British white girls raped by ...

Over 1400 British white girls raped by Pakistanis, part of love Jihad ?

Another US journalist beheaded , when ...

Another US journalist beheaded , when will secular media wake up

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Press release of Mumbai Women’s ...

Press release of Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival (MWIFF)

Press release of Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival (MWIFF) Hello Sir/Madam, Greetings for the day!!! MWIFF is India’s Biggest Women’s Festival supported by Govt. of Maharashtra that explores the art of culture through cinema, it’s a new concept that has catered especially to the women and it thus received a lot of appreciation for its initiative from Media and Festival […]
World Hindu News Weekly – 31 Aug 2014

World Hindu News Weekly – 31 Aug 2014

     ‘Get a strong foothold in Bangladesh,’ Hasina tells Hindus An Interview with Dr. Abhaya Asthana, President – World Hindu Council Of America (VHPA) -Part 1 Pakistan Hindus protest order to raze temple in Islamabad Church turned into ‘temple’ after 72 Valmikis reconvert to Hinduism ​Alliance of Pakistani & British Hindus Petition given to Pakistani […]
​In Pics: The railway built from ...

​In Pics: The railway built from Jammu to Vaishnodevi Katra Station​

          Source: Via WHN Publisher
A Documentary of Anti-Hindu, Anti-India ...

A Documentary of Anti-Hindu, Anti-India Global Nexus​: ​Jagrit Bharat Productions

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Sangh top brass in town, killers ...

Sangh top brass in town, killers ‘avenge’ a 1999 RSS murder bid

Fifteen years after he was involved in a murder attempt on senior CPM leader P Jayarajan, and on a day when BJP president Amit Shah and RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat were in Kerala, an RSS district functionary was hacked to death in Kannur on Monday. The victim has been identified as RSS Kannur district sharirik […]
Hindus in Pakistan live in fear as ...

Hindus in Pakistan live in fear as their girls are forced to marry Muslim men amid official apathy

Hyderabad, Pakistan - About two months ago, a Muslim businessman approached Dharmo Sochi and put a gun to his head, demanding his Hindu daughter’s hand in marriage. The businessman, Jameel Solangi, allegedly threatened the family with abduction and murder unless they acquiesced. Sochi’s 16-year-old daughter, Madhuri, had previously been harassed by Solangi but was too traumatised to […]

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Press release of Mumbai Women’s ...

Press release of Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival (MWIFF)

Press release of Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival (MWIFF) Hello Sir/Madam, Greetings for the day!!! MWIFF is India’s Biggest Women’s Festival supported by Govt. of Maharashtra that explores the art of culture through cinema, it’s a new concept that has catered especially to the women and it thus received a lot of appreciation for its initiative from Media and Festival […]
World Hindu News Weekly – 31 Aug 2014

World Hindu News Weekly – 31 Aug 2014

     ‘Get a strong foothold in Bangladesh,’ Hasina tells Hindus An Interview with Dr. Abhaya Asthana, President – World Hindu Council Of America (VHPA) -Part 1 Pakistan Hindus protest order to raze temple in Islamabad Church turned into ‘temple’ after 72 Valmikis reconvert to Hinduism ​Alliance of Pakistani & British Hindus Petition given to Pakistani […]
​In Pics: The railway built from ...

​In Pics: The railway built from Jammu to Vaishnodevi Katra Station​

          Source: Via WHN Publisher
A Documentary of Anti-Hindu, Anti-India ...

A Documentary of Anti-Hindu, Anti-India Global Nexus​: ​Jagrit Bharat Productions

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. World Hindu News  is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views […]
Sangh top brass in town, killers ...

Sangh top brass in town, killers ‘avenge’ a 1999 RSS murder bid

Fifteen years after he was involved in a murder attempt on senior CPM leader P Jayarajan, and on a day when BJP president Amit Shah and RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat were in Kerala, an RSS district functionary was hacked to death in Kannur on Monday. The victim has been identified as RSS Kannur district sharirik […]
Hindus in Pakistan live in fear as ...

Hindus in Pakistan live in fear as their girls are forced to marry Muslim men amid official apathy

Hyderabad, Pakistan - About two months ago, a Muslim businessman approached Dharmo Sochi and put a gun to his head, demanding his Hindu daughter’s hand in marriage. The businessman, Jameel Solangi, allegedly threatened the family with abduction and murder unless they acquiesced. Sochi’s 16-year-old daughter, Madhuri, had previously been harassed by Solangi but was too traumatised to […]

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