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Live: Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav ...

Live: Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav may be ousted at AAP National Council meet

A full-blown war broke out in AAP on Friday with dissidents Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav daring the leadership which appears all set to throw them out at its crucial National Council meeting on Saturday.
Sri Lankan President Sirisena's brother ...

Sri Lankan President Sirisena's brother dies after being attacked by axe-wielding man

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena's youngest brother died today in hospital after being attacked by a man wielding an axe two days earlier, police said.
Delhi High Court directs Haryana to ...

Delhi High Court directs Haryana to release water to Delhi; Kejriwal joyous

In a major victory for the Aam Aadmi Party-led government in the national capital, the Delhi High Court on Friday directed the Haryana government to release the city's share of water.
Now, JD(U) calls for anti-cow slaughter ...

Now, JD(U) calls for anti-cow slaughter legislation in Puducherry

Population of cows had been declining fast in Puducherry.
Ensure hospitals don't turn away ...

Ensure hospitals don't turn away accident victims, Bombay HC tells Maharashtra govt

Expressing concern over growing accident fatalities, the Bombay High Court on Friday asked the government to ensure that all hospitals, public as well as private, provide treatment to all accident victims and do not turn them away.
Over 2,000 cases of illicit liquor ...

Over 2,000 cases of illicit liquor business in Maharashtra in 9 months

In a revelation about the extent of the illicit liquor business, the state excise department has detected almost 2,500 cases in Mumbai city and its suburbs in just nine months.

The Hindu

J&K Minister’s personal security ...

J&K Minister’s personal security officer flees with arms

A personal security officer of Jammu and Kashmir PWD Minister Altaf Bukhari, fled with two service weapons and three magazines on Friday. “PSO Nisar Ahmad Pandit ran away with two servic...
Rahul will be back ‘soon’: Sonia

Rahul will be back ‘soon’: Sonia

Ms. Gandhi visited farmers who have been affected by unseasonal rains and hailstorm and also families who lost their members in the Bachrawan train accident.
Price stabilisation fund : Centre’s ...

Price stabilisation fund : Centre’s nod for Rs. 500 crore corpus

To manage prices of onions and potatoes now
‘State-run rice mills fabricating ...

‘State-run rice mills fabricating records’

Many government-run rice mills have been allegedly fudging records to show they are supplying the required quantity of rice to the central pool from the paddy delivered to them under custom-millin...
RS prorogued, stage set for reissuing ...

RS prorogued, stage set for reissuing ordinance

The decks have been cleared for re-promulgation of the contentious Land Acquisition Ordinance with the Rajya Sabha’s Budget Session being prorogued on Saturday. A statement by the Rajya Sab...
AAP moves to muzzle dissent

AAP moves to muzzle dissent

The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday indicated that it will move to muzzle all dissent within its ranks. A list of the decisions taken at its national council meeting, and released by the party, said t...

Niti Central

China keen to invest in Mihan: MADC

China keen to invest in Mihan: MADC

China has expressed its interest towards future investments as well in the multi-modal international cargo hub and airport at Nagpur (Mihan) project.

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Jammu and Kashmir panel for ...

Jammu and Kashmir panel for establishing efficient systems in governance

A slew of measures to establish efficient systems in the Jammu and Kashmir government were announced at the first coordination committee (CC) meeting of ruling coalition parties BJP and PDP.

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Nagaland Government urged to restore ...

Nagaland Government urged to restore traditional land of Nagas

Various tribal and social organisations of Nagaland has urged upon the state government to give sincere efforts to protect and restore the traditional land of the Nagas and also to review the present map of Nagaland.

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Dalbir Singh: India has right to attend ...

Dalbir Singh: India has right to attend UNSC decisions on peacekeeping operations

India, as one of the largest troop contributing countries to UN peacekeeping missions, has the "right" to participate in the decisions of the UN Security Council regarding formulation of peacekeeping mandates and deployment of forces, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag said.

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PM Modi: Visit to France, Germany, ...

PM Modi: Visit to France, Germany, Canada aimed at boosting economy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his upcoming visit to France, Germany and Canada was aimed at boosting India's economy and creating jobs.

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India-Israel Forum making remarkable ...

India-Israel Forum making remarkable progress

The India-Israel Forum, founded by Tel Aviv University, Israel, seven years ago was making remarkable progress in promoting links between the two countries in the business and academic spheres and also in the area of post-graduate education, Prof Joseph Klafter, President of the University said today.

The post India-Israel Forum making remarkable progress appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

The Net Hindu

It Is Wrong To Ban Rape Documentary

It Is Wrong To Ban Rape Documentary

Yes To Gandhi-free Congress. No To ...

Yes To Gandhi-free Congress. No To Congress-free India.

The Implications Of Delhi Elections

The Implications Of Delhi Elections

Indian History Important. Future More ...

Indian History Important. Future More So.

Conversion VS Reconversion

Conversion VS Reconversion

Will The Pakistanis Learn?

Will The Pakistanis Learn?

Narendra Modi Blog

Met Mata Amritanandamayi Devi. She ...

Met Mata Amritanandamayi Devi. She showed keen interest in Namami Gange initiati...

Launch of satellite IRNSS-1D is yet ...

Launch of satellite IRNSS-1D is yet another manifestation of the exemplary effor...

The third part of my visit will take ...

The third part of my visit will take me to Canada, where I will be hosted by Pri...

I will be in Germany from 12th to 14th ...

I will be in Germany from 12th to 14th April. The anchor of my visit will be par...

My three-nation tour will begin from ...

My three-nation tour will begin from France on 10th April. France is one of our...

I will be travelling to France, ...

I will be travelling to France, Germany and Canada from 10th April 2015 to 16th...

ZeeNews

Jurists must ensure justice to all in ...

Jurists must ensure justice to all in terror cases: President

Jurists must play an important role to ensure justice to the victims of terror and to the persons implicated in such crimes, President Pranab Mukherjee has said.
India condemns violence, persecution in ...

India condemns violence, persecution in name of religion

India has strongly condemned the violence perpetrated by extremist groups in the name of religion and ethnicity, emphasising that the need for world community to collectively demonstrate zero-tolerance towards the "strikes at our common humanity" has never been greater.
After Bhushan-Yadav expulsion, AAP ...

After Bhushan-Yadav expulsion, AAP warns other dissidents

After expulsion of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from its National Executive, AAP on Saturday sent out a warning to its other dissidents when its National Council gave full powers to the Political Affairs Committee to take disciplinary action against any member who issues statements to the media to tarnish the party's image.
HC rejects plea of a lawyer seeking to ...

HC rejects plea of a lawyer seeking to put education in a straitjacket

 Madras High Court today dismissed petition of a lawyer, seeking an interim injunction to restrain a school from admitting children of ages six to eight and teaching Veda and other subjects and said he was "seeking to put education in a straitjacket."
Student beaten for `not paying fees`

Student beaten for `not paying fees`

 A 7-year-old girl student of a private school was allegedly beaten by a her teacher for not paying the school fees, promoting parents to approach NHRC.
Yadav, Bhushan sacked from AAP national ...

Yadav, Bhushan sacked from AAP national executive, may take legal recourse

 The month-long internecine war between AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and dissident leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan came to a head on Saturday with the duo being expelled from the party's national executive for sabotaging the organisation.

CNN-IBN

CJI asks lawyers to help in speedy ...

CJI asks lawyers to help in speedy disposal of cases

Chief Justice of India HL Dattu on Saturday voiced concerns over pendency of cases in the courts and asked the lawyers to play a role in reducing the accumulated arrears in courts.
'Toilets for All' campaign shortlisted ...

'Toilets for All' campaign shortlisted for UN Global Award: Mamata Banerjee

'Sabar Souchagar' project in West Bengal's Nadia district has won international acclaim for building toilets for all and has been shortlisted for the UN Global Award for Public Services, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Saturday.
Nun rape case: Arrested man's wife ...

Nun rape case: Arrested man's wife identifies 7 accused from photos

The wife of Gopal Sarkar, one of the two men arrested in connection with the nun gangrape case, has identified seven accused persons by their photographs caught on the CCTV camera at the convent school on March 14 night, a senior CID official said on Saturday.
Expert committee to decide on marking ...

Expert committee to decide on marking patterns of Maths paper for CBSE

Against the backdrop of several feedbacks received from students and teachers about the Maths paper, CBSE has decided to place them before a committee before finalising the marking schemes for the paper. The committee of subject experts would be meeting after completion of the board exams to decide on the possible marking pattern of the class XII Mathematics paper held on March 18.
Rajya Sabha polls in Kerala on April 20

Rajya Sabha polls in Kerala on April 20

Biennial elections to Rajya Sabha for three seats from Kerala falling vacant next month would be held on April 20. The terms of Congress leader and former Union minister Vayalar Ravi, CPI (M) leader P Rajeev and CPI leader MP Achuthan, elected from Kerala, will expire on April 24, an official release said on Saturday.
Farmer suicides due to wrong policies ...

Farmer suicides due to wrong policies of West Bengal: BJP

Slamming the West Bengal government over suicides of potato farmers, BJP national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh on Saturday said that the deaths were due to wrong agricultural policies of the state government.

NDTV

New Zealand Seek Bragging Rights Over ...

New Zealand Seek Bragging Rights Over Big-Brother Australia in Trans-Tasman Clash

Australia and New Zealand have shared a bitter cricketing past that dates back to the infamous underarm episode of 1981. Who will have the last laugh when they meet in the final of the Cricket World C...






New Zealand, Debunking Myths En Route ...

New Zealand, Debunking Myths En Route to World Cup 2015 Final vs Australia

Australia versus New Zealand, the Trans-Tasman rivalry is upon us in the World Cup 2015 final. New Zealand are in red-hot form but it is their ever-improving attitude that should scare the Aussies.






More Eyes in the Sky for Air Force: ...

More Eyes in the Sky for Air Force: India to Buy 2 More Radar Mounted Aircraft

With the aim of having more ears and eyes in the sky to detect incoming missiles and aircraft the Ministry of the Defence today cleared the acquisition of the aircraft mounted radars - Airborne Warnin...
Truth vs Hype Exclusive: Behind the ...

Truth vs Hype Exclusive: Behind the Hashimpura Massacre, a Tale of Vendetta and Cover-Up

On 22 May 1987, a group of men were rounded up by the Army and the police from the largely Muslim Hashimpura mohalla in Meerut and handed over the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) of the Uttar Prad...






Budget Session of Rajya Sabha Cut Short ...

Budget Session of Rajya Sabha Cut Short for Land Ordinance

The Budget session of Rajya Sabha was cut short on Saturday with the House being prorogued to pave the way for re-promulgation of the controversial Land Acquisition Ordinance.






Mahendra Singh Dhoni Lands in Delhi ...

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Lands in Delhi After India's Exit From World Cup

MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma arrived in India after a long tour of Australia.






Times of India

Brawl and bouncers: A blow-by-blow ...

Brawl and bouncers: A blow-by-blow account of AAP's national council meeting

The fireworks started early on Saturday morning, hours before AAP's national council (NC) meeting, when the party lokpal, Admiral Ramdas (retd), blamed the collective leadership for the party's "falling apart."
WC 2015: Kiwis face the might of Aus in ...

WC 2015: Kiwis face the might of Aus in final

On Sunday, New Zealand will arrive at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to take on Australia in the World Cup final in front of a packed 86,000-capacity crowd.
One in 10 Indians depressed

One in 10 Indians depressed

Extreme weepiness and severe melancholy are not the only calling cards of depression, a serious mental disorder that roughly affects 10% of the population.
Indian mountaineer goes missing in S ...

Indian mountaineer goes missing in S America

Malli Mastan Babu, one of India’s top mountaineers, is missing after he went on a climb up the high mountains between Argentina and Chile.
India to build 2 next-gen AWACS for Rs ...

India to build 2 next-gen AWACS for Rs 5,113cr

The government on Saturday cleared the DRDO project to build advanced “eyes in the sky” or next-generation AWACS (airborne warning and control systems), which can detect incoming aerial threats.
Aditi Arya crowned fbb Femina Miss ...

Aditi Arya crowned fbb Femina Miss India 2015

SIFY

Images: Huge fire in Parliament ...

Images: Huge fire in Parliament reception

Images: 32 killed as Varanasi-bound ...

Images: 32 killed as Varanasi-bound train derails

DK Ravi's pet mourns his master's death

DK Ravi's pet mourns his master's death

Here are 10 sexist remarks by ...

Here are 10 sexist remarks by politicians

International Women's Day at a glance

International Women's Day at a glance

In pictures: Holi, festival of colours

In pictures: Holi, festival of colours

The Telegraph

Sting catches Kejriwal cuss words

Sting catches Kejriwal cuss words

A sting operation that caught Arvind Kejriwal mouthing foul words today spiced up daylong factional tussles in the Aam Aadmi Party as it braced for a stormy national council meeting tomorrow and a possible split.
Not drunk, nor driving: Salman

Not drunk, nor driving: Salman

Salman Khan began his day in court today with a plea and ended with a slew of denials.
In India, annual tests and watch for ...

In India, annual tests and watch for stress

Indian civil aviation rules mandate that a pilot cannot be left alone in the cockpit.
The other side of the fortified door

The other side of the fortified door

All it takes is the flick of a small lever on the central pilot's console of an Airbus A320 to lock the armoured door of the flight deck to all-comers. Investigators now want to know how that happened on board the Germanwings plane.
Pigeon has cops in a flutter

Pigeon has cops in a flutter

A chip on a leg, a ring on the other and a blue scrawl on its white wing - Gujarat police are in a flap over the curious case of a fearless pigeon and have begun a probe.
Decks cleared for ordinance

Decks cleared for ordinance

The Centre today decided to prorogue the Rajya Sabha with immediate effect, which will allow it to re-promulgate the land acquisition ordinance.

Rediff

World Cup: Gutsy NZ ready for mighty ...

World Cup: Gutsy NZ ready for mighty Australia in summit clash

It will be the biggest day in the history of Trans-Tasman cricketing rivalry when four-time champions Australia will be pitted against a highly committed bunch from New Zealand in the final of the ICC World Cup at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Chappell names Dhoni captain of his ...

Chappell names Dhoni captain of his World Cup XI

Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has named India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the captain of his World Cup 2015 XI.
VOTE: Bouncers at AAP meet! Believe it ...

VOTE: Bouncers at AAP meet! Believe it or not?

Did the rebels script the scuffle? Or is camp Kejirwal too ashamed to admit it flawed? We ask our readers to vote below.
Dreams do come true! Saina Nehwal is ...

Dreams do come true! Saina Nehwal is World No 1!

Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal has become the first Indian woman to achieve the World No 1 ranking.
Too much optimism on inflation ...

Too much optimism on inflation targeting is misplaced

Are we adopting an idea whose time has come and gone? My feeling is, yes, says ex-banker C Joseph Chacko in the fourth article of the series on inflation targeting.
PIX: Shahid, Bachchans, Karan Johar ...

PIX: Shahid, Bachchans, Karan Johar attend style awards

Check out the star arrivals.

India today

Defence ministry clears airborne ...

Defence ministry clears airborne warning control system

The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) at a meeting cleared the proposal for two AWACS, which includes buying two Airbus A330s, worth Rs 5,113 crore.






Arjun Kapoor: Earth Hour is to remind ...

Arjun Kapoor: Earth Hour is to remind people that environment needs us

The Earth Hour, organised by WWF, is a global movement uniting people to protect the planet. It was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007.






Apple's Tim Cook will give away all his ...

Apple's Tim Cook will give away all his money

Fortune estimated Cook's net worth, based on his holdings of Apple stock, at about $120 million. He also holds restricted stock worth $665 million if it were to be fully vested.






Radhika Apte: I grew up idolising Aamir ...

Radhika Apte: I grew up idolising Aamir Khan

For an actress who has worked in films in seven languages even before turning 30, Radhika has a hunger to excel in unexpected roles.






Vajpayee's sister laments on not being ...

Vajpayee's sister laments on not being invited to the award ceremony

Kamla Dixit said, "We will soon go to Delhi to meet Atal Ji with his favourite sweet 'Kaju Barfi'."






Watch Sushant Singh Rajput solve this ...

Watch Sushant Singh Rajput solve this case with a twist in the end

Pick your sides as Sushant Singh Rajput's Kumar Jadhav and Anand Tiwari's Detective James Rodricks go head to head!






Asia Times

China ramps up charges against Zhou

China ramps up charges against Zhou

China's Supreme People's Court has accused former security czar Zhou Yongkang of involvement in unofficial political activities with jailed former Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai, in an apparent reference to unconfirmed rumors that they tried to stage a coup in March 2012. (Mar 20, '15)
'100 dead' in Myanmar fighting

'100 dead' in Myanmar fighting

Intense fighting between Myanmar government troops and rebel forces in the northern Shan State region of Kokang in recent days has left more than 100 people dead, the majority of them on the government side, according to local sources. (Mar 20, '15)
Tunisian president vows no mercy

Tunisian president vows no mercy

Shortly after attackers killed at least 19 people, including 17 foreign tourists, in an attack on a museum in Tunisia's capital, newly elected President Beji Caid Essebsi told the nation that the country was "in a war with terrorism" and that those responsible for the attack would be "fought without mercy". (Mar 19, '15)
SPENGLER Israel's 'referendum' on ...

SPENGLER Israel's 'referendum' on 'two-state solution'

Why did so many Israeli voters switch their allegiance to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just before this week's election? The answer is simple and obvious: most of those small-party voters oppose a Palestinian state, and a day before the election Netanyahu ruled out a Palestinian state on his watch. (Mar 19, '15)
Russia, S Ossetia sign 'integration' ...

Russia, S Ossetia sign 'integration' pact

Seven years after Russia recognized Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia as an independent state, Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an "alliance and integration treaty" with South Ossetia's de facto leader, Leonid Tibilovin. Georgia's Foreign Ministry said the pact amounted to the "actual annexation" of the territory. (Mar 19, '15)
US military plunges Aquino into crisis

US military plunges Aquino into crisis

US fingerprints are all over a botched commando raid in the Philippines that left dozens dead. The episode has severely discredited the administration of Philippine President Benigno Aquino III, jeopardized decades of progress on peace talks with Moro separatists, and underlined the perils for developing-world governments that put themselves at the beck and call of Washington. - Walden Bello (Mar 19, '15)

Yahoo

Nehwal storms into India Open finals

Nehwal storms into India Open finals

India's Saina Nehwal stormed into the women's singles final at the India Open badminton tournament Saturday, defeating Japan's Yui Hashimoto in front of a capacity home crowd in New Delhi. Nehwal, currently ranked number two in the world, is virtually assured of the top spot when the updated rankings are announced next week, after Spain's Carolina Marin, her nearest challenger and world number ...
India's IPO market is firing up: ...

India's IPO market is firing up: BSE Head

India's initial public offering (IPO) market is firing up as companies look to cash in on exuberant investor sentiment, says Bombay Stock Exchange chief Ashish Chauhan.
India-US partnership in a new ...

India-US partnership in a new 'strategic plus' phase: Richard Verma

Washington, March 28 (IANS) Asserting that India-US strategic partnership has moved into a new "strategic plus" phase, US Ambassador to India, Richard Verma, says the two countries are focused on finding creative, realistic ways to move forward. "I believe we are witnessing a transformative time in US-India relations," he told a Washington think tank on Friday outlining how President Barack ...
India raises $17.6 billion on record ...

India raises $17.6 billion on record spectrum auction

India raised a record $17.6 billion during intense bidding on a government auction of mobile phone airwaves which ended Wednesday, as analysts warned of price hikes for subscribers. Communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said total bids of 1.1 trillion rupees ($17.6 billion) had been received during the 19-day auction of wireless spectrum in one of the world's largest smartphone ...
India arrests two for Catholic ...

India arrests two for Catholic nun's rape. Was it a hate crime?

The recent gang rape of an elderly Roman Catholic nun by vandals who looted her convent sent shockwaves across India, where several high-profile cases of sexual violence against women have stirred national outrage. Both were described as Bangladeshis living illegally in India. One of those arrested, Mohammad Salim Shekh, told investigators that he had been present at a planning meeting for the ...
India's Fourth Navigational ...

India's Fourth Navigational Satellite Successfully Launched

India is set to operationalise its own navigational system with the successful launch of IRNSS-1D, the fourth in the series of seven navigational satellites, on-board PSLV-C27 from Sriharikota.

Reuters

Pakistan says not promised to join ...

Pakistan says not promised to join Saudi coalition in Yemen

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan has made no decision on whether to give military support to a Saudi-led coalition intervening in Yemen, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said on Friday, while pledging to defend Saudi Arabia against any threat to its solidarity.
Czech women kidnapped in Pakistan freed ...

Czech women kidnapped in Pakistan freed after 2 years

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Two female Czech tourists kidnapped in Pakistan in 2013 have been released and have returned to the Czech Republic, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said on Saturday.
Pakistan militants deny 30 killed in ...

Pakistan militants deny 30 killed in renewed Khyber fighting

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan security forces killed 30 militants in gunbattles in the mountainous northwestern Khyber region on Saturday, a senior official said, but a spokesman for the militants denied suffering any losses.
Bangladesh central bank governor says ...

Bangladesh central bank governor says banks to be investigated for militant financing

DHAKA (Reuters) - The Bangladesh central bank governor said on Saturday all commercial banks would be investigated for links to Islamist militants and warned lenders would be shut down if found to be involved in funding such organisations.
Ten killed in stampede during Hindu ...

Ten killed in stampede during Hindu ritual in Bangladesh

DHAKA (Reuters) - At least 10 people were killed in a stampede during a Hindu ritual attended by thousands of devotees on the banks of a river near the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka, police said on Friday.
UK must cut aid for Nepal if 'endemic' ...

UK must cut aid for Nepal if 'endemic' corruption persists - report

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The British government should make cuts to its 86 million pound aid budget for Nepal unless the country takes action to combat poor governance and "endemic" corruption, a parliamentary committee said on Friday.

CNN

Investigators seek clues on co-pilot's ...

Investigators seek clues on co-pilot's background

Investigators are working to piece together the secret life of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who officials say was hiding an illness from his employers.
Ripped doctor's letter found in ...

Ripped doctor's letter found in co-pilot's trash

Notes found in the home of the co-pilot suspected in this week's crash suggest he "kept his illness secret" and a doctor had declared him "unfit to work," a prosecutor said. FULL STORY
How to guard against the threat from ...

How to guard against the threat from pilots

Since the September 11 hijackings 14 years ago, improvements to aviation security have had a strong focus on keeping intruders out of the cockpit.
8-minute descent to death

8-minute descent to death

For the 150 people on board Germanwings Flight 9525, they were the last eight minutes of their lives.
Your 6 key plane crash questions ...

Your 6 key plane crash questions answered

When we asked our viewers to tweet their questions about the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525, we received hundreds of responses. We put them to our experts and here are answers to six of the most interesting ones.
CEO: Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz 100% fit ...

CEO: Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz 100% fit to fly

Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr talks about the background of Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

MSN

Anushka, the good Indians won!

Anushka, the good Indians won!

This is cause of joy that the people who attacked Anushka Sharma for India's defeat were themselves defeated
Free speech is good

Free speech is good

India must protect its citizens from organized attacks on their right to free speech—there is nothing to fear from the free market of ideas
An end to devdasi tradition

An end to devdasi tradition

The death of Sashimani Devi, the last in a long line of devadasis at the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, marks the end of an era. Since Sashimani chose not to groom anybody as a future devadasi in her lifetime, as required under the temple rules, an 800-year-old tradition has now well and truly come to an end.
Flood of flops at the box-office hits ...

Flood of flops at the box-office hits Bollywood hard

If the Bollywood box office in 2014 was more about damp squibs than smash hits, this year, so far, has been no different.
What's in the name?

What's in the name?

Why some names are more amenable than others and what factors regulate the rise or fall in a name's popularity
Is the US govt funding ‘ghar wapsi’?

Is the US govt funding ‘ghar wapsi’?

<p>Can social service not be performed without resorting to conversion and will any country allow changes to its demographic character?</p>

BBC

Singapore advises against Lee queues

Singapore advises against Lee queues

Singapore urges people not to join the queue to view Lee Kuan Yew lying in state, while India declares a day of national mourning for the statesman.
Sri Lanka president's brother killed

Sri Lanka president's brother killed

The youngest brother of Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena dies after being attacked with an axe.
New Zealand 'start as underdogs'

New Zealand 'start as underdogs'

Before Sunday's Cricket World Cup final, BBC Sport rounds up the best quotes, stats and video to preview the MCG showcase.
Czech tourists freed in Pakistan

Czech tourists freed in Pakistan

Two Czech women tourists kidnapped two years ago in Pakistan have been released and have returned home, the Czech PM says.
Hamilton on pole in torrential rain

Hamilton on pole in torrential rain

Lewis Hamilton takes pole despite appearing to be blocked by Nico Rosberg after spectacular thunderstorms delay qualifying.
Huge anime event takes over Tokyo

Huge anime event takes over Tokyo

Organisers say half a million people are expected to attend the event for anime and Japanese comic lovers

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

From Kalyan to Mosul The strange tale ...

From Kalyan to Mosul The strange tale of four men who joined IS

Of Islamic States estimated army of 30000 many have joined from Britain France and other parts of Europe And though India and the United States have seen relatively few recruits investigating agencies hint at young men lured in small numbers from Uttar Pradesh Assam West Bengal Kerala Seemandhra and Telangana






AAP rift Ousted leaders weigh support ...

AAP rift Ousted leaders weigh support delay call on walking out of party

Even as the rift in the party kept widening during the last one month party leader Yogendra Yadav persistently expressed his optimism will neither leave the party nor break it On Saturday he admitted this optimism had definitely suffered a setback






Saina Nehwal all set to be crowned ...

Saina Nehwal all set to be crowned World No 1 enters India Open finals

Following Carolina Marins defeat in the Yonex Sunrise India Open semifinals Saina Nehwal is all set to become the first woman World No 1 from India






Clarke to quit ODIs as Australia New ...

Clarke to quit ODIs as Australia New Zealand eye World Cup title

Australia captain Michael Clarke has added a fresh edge to Sundays blockbuster World Cup final against New Zealand in Melbourne by announcing the match will be his last oneday international






Decide whether you want me or ...

Decide whether you want me or BhushanYadav duo said Kejriwal at AAP meet

AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday made it clear to the National Council it was either him or Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav who can stay in the party following which the duo was expelled from the National Executive






NDA eyes smaller parties for its land ...

NDA eyes smaller parties for its land bill in Rajya Sabha

The government is trying to get regional outfits like the Samajwadi Party and Biju Janata Dal on board to support the land bill as it finds itself within striking distance of passing the legislation in the Rajya Sabha where the NDA does not have a majority






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EDMC releases salaries; asks sanitation ...

EDMC releases salaries; asks sanitation workers to resume job

Partly agreeing to demands of striking sanitation workers, a cash-strapped East Delhi Municipal Corporation today said it has released their salaries due for February, and asked them to resume work.
Earth Hour an attempt to connect with ...

Earth Hour an attempt to connect with common man: Arjun Kapoor

The Earth Hour, which was observed starting 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, was a reminder to the common man to take time out from busy schedules for the cause of electricity conservation, says Bollywood actor and youth icon Arjun Kapoor, the brand ambassador for the annual activity since two years.
Arvind Kejriwal threatened to quit if ...

Arvind Kejriwal threatened to quit if Bhushan-Yadav were not removed

AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday made it clear to the National Council it was either him or Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav who can stay in the party, following which the duo was expelled from the National Executive.
Gwen Stefani's 'creepy' fan shows up at ...

Gwen Stefani's 'creepy' fan shows up at her father's house

Gwen Stefani's obsessed fan has been following her everywhere and even went to her father's home, leaving creepy letters and gifts.
Kalki Koechlin wants to act in adult ...

Kalki Koechlin wants to act in adult comedy

Actress Kalki Koechlin is quite impressed with recently released adult comedy 'Hunterrr' and says she would love to do a film in the same genre, provided the story is original and different.
Tendulkar congratulates Saina

Tendulkar congratulates Saina

Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday congratulated India's top women's shuttler Saina Nehwal after the 25-year-old was assured of becoming the World No.1.

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Two Major Amendments to CPI ...

Two Major Amendments to CPI Constitution Proposed

CPI's Organisation Commission today recommended two major amendments to the party's constitution.
23 'Beheaded' in NE Nigeria on Eve of ...

23 'Beheaded' in NE Nigeria on Eve of Election: Lawmaker

Suspected Boko Haram gunmen beheaded 23 people and set fire to homes in Buratai, northeast Nigeria, on the eve of today's general elections, a federal lawmaker representing the area said.
TN: Major Fire at Under-Construction ...

TN: Major Fire at Under-Construction Power Unit, No Casualties

A major fire broke out at an under-construction power generation unit at nearby Karikuppam today, police said.
Medicine for Psychological Illness ...

Medicine for Psychological Illness Found at Co-Pilot's Home: Report

German police have found medical treatments for psychological illness at the home of the co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a jet into the French Alps, killing 149 people and himself, a German newspaper said today.
Fuselage of Dornier Aircraft Salvaged ...

Fuselage of Dornier Aircraft Salvaged Off the Goa Coast

The fuselage of the ill-fated Indian Navy's Dornier aircraft was today salvaged from the bottom of the sea, about 25 nautical miles off the Goa coast, Defence sources said.
Girl Allegedly Gangraped, Boyfriend ...

Girl Allegedly Gangraped, Boyfriend Beaten Up in Telangana

A 20-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped on the outskirts of the city by four persons in front of her boyfriend, police said today.

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Efforts on to unite parties against ...

Efforts on to unite parties against BJP, says Mulayam Singh Yadav

Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav said that efforts to unite political parties against the BJP were moving in the positive direction.

The post Efforts on to unite parties against BJP, says Mulayam Singh Yadav appeared first on Firstpost.

Rahul will be back among people very ...

Rahul will be back among people very soon, says Sonia Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi will be back among people "very soon", Congress President Sonia Gandhi said in Amethi.

The post Rahul will be back among people very soon, says Sonia Gandhi appeared first on Firstpost.

Modi govt’s land bill could be ...

Modi govt’s land bill could be Sonia’s return to political prominence: Here’s why

Congress president Sonia Gandhi might just turn the Modi government's land bill into something which brings her lost prominence back in politics.

The post Modi govt’s land bill could be Sonia’s return to political prominence: Here’s why appeared first on Firstpost.

The K in Kaminey: The sting tape is the ...

The K in Kaminey: The sting tape is the end of Kejriwal and his rivals

The spat within AAP has revealed that Kejriwal rivals are scheming, power-hungry men who would go to any extent for retribution and power.

The post The K in Kaminey: The sting tape is the end of Kejriwal and his rivals appeared first on Firstpost.

Medha Patkar quits AAP, says party has ...

Medha Patkar quits AAP, says party has become a ‘tamasha’

Stating that the AAP has reduced itself to a "tamasha", veteran social activist Medha Patkar on Saturday resigned from the party.

The post Medha Patkar quits AAP, says party has become a ‘tamasha’ appeared first on Firstpost.

Live: Haven’t received Medha ...

Live: Haven’t received Medha Patkar’s resignation letter, says AAP

Live blogging the AAP National Council meet, where the two warring factions of the party are scheduled to go head to head.

The post Live: Haven’t received Medha Patkar’s resignation letter, says AAP appeared first on Firstpost.

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AAP website blames BJP as top news, no ...

AAP website blames BJP as top news, no mention of Yogendra

Forex at record high

Forex at record high

Bangladeshi in Nun rape caught while ...

Bangladeshi in Nun rape caught while seculars blamed hindus

Saina is world number 1 badminton player

Saina is world number 1 badminton player

Saina is world number 1 badminton player

Saina is world number 1 badminton player

Aam aadmi Manish Sisodia moves into ...

Aam aadmi Manish Sisodia moves into Sheela dixit bunglow which once they ridiculed.

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VHP Press Release : Ram Navami Shobha ...

VHP Press Release : Ram Navami Shobha Yatra

Press Release Ram Navami Shobha Yatra New Delhi. March 28, 2015 The procession of Shri Ram Navami was arranged with great zeal under the guidance of Indraprastha Vishwa Hindu Parishad by Hindu Parva Samanvaya Samitee and other religious, cultural, social & educational institutions of Delhi. More than hundred Jhankis (tabloids) & Bhajan Mandalis were decorated […]
On Durga Ashtmi Belan Brigade organized ...

On Durga Ashtmi Belan Brigade organized a seminar against drugs abuse

Belan Brigade organized a seminar against drugs abuse Ludhiana- Belan Brigade and Baba Kanhiya Charitable Trust  jointly organized a seminar against drugs abuse how to affect it on human body at village Pamaal. On this occasion  Baba Yashpal Singh said that human life is precious to keep it fit one should take healthy & positive […]
Dharma Protects One Who Protects Dharma ...

Dharma Protects One Who Protects Dharma – Mukundan P.R.

Our sages said, ‘dharmo rakshati rakshitah’ – dharma protects one who protects dharma. Why Hindus continue to be persecuted and ridiculed in their own homeland since the last thousand years? Why Christians and Muslims want to change the religion of Hindus? It is something related to the ideology. They think that Hindus believe and worship […]
Protecting cattle (Govansh) is ...

Protecting cattle (Govansh) is everyone’s duty – Ramesh Shinde, HJS

HJS’s Dharma-Prasar in Rajasthan While addressing Shri. Ramesh Shinde, Shri Brahmaswarupji Maharaj, by his side. Jhunjhun (Rajasthan) : We survive on mother’s milk for 1-2 years and then we are nurtured with cow’s milk. Hence as we do not reject our parents when they grow old, likewise it is condemnable to sell the cow for growing […]
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized ...

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized Hindu Adhiveshan in Vijayanagar, Bengaluru

from left Advocate Amrutesh N. P., Dr. Chidananda Murthy and Ms (Kum) Priyanka Swami while lightning the lamp Bengaluru : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized Hindu Adhiveshan in Adichunchanagiri Math Samuhika Bhavan, Vijayanagar on 22nd March, 2015. The aim was to create awareness among Hindus regarding the various anti Hindu laws and the Government’s anti-Hindu behavior, as […]
Malaysian govt backed exhibition of ...

Malaysian govt backed exhibition of Hindu temples and gods touring the country

In a remarkable interfaith gesture, an exhibition supported by Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism & Culture and displaying Hindu temples and gods is touring various cities of the country. Titled “Grandeur of Chola Temples of India” (Higher than earth, Bigger than the sky), it is currently showing at National Visual Arts Gallery of Kuala Lumpur, where […]

World Hindu News

VHP Press Release : Ram Navami Shobha ...

VHP Press Release : Ram Navami Shobha Yatra

Press Release Ram Navami Shobha Yatra New Delhi. March 28, 2015 The procession of Shri Ram Navami was arranged with great zeal under the guidance of Indraprastha Vishwa Hindu Parishad by Hindu Parva Samanvaya Samitee and other religious, cultural, social & educational institutions of Delhi. More than hundred Jhankis (tabloids) & Bhajan Mandalis were decorated […]
On Durga Ashtmi Belan Brigade organized ...

On Durga Ashtmi Belan Brigade organized a seminar against drugs abuse

Belan Brigade organized a seminar against drugs abuse Ludhiana- Belan Brigade and Baba Kanhiya Charitable Trust  jointly organized a seminar against drugs abuse how to affect it on human body at village Pamaal. On this occasion  Baba Yashpal Singh said that human life is precious to keep it fit one should take healthy & positive […]
Dharma Protects One Who Protects Dharma ...

Dharma Protects One Who Protects Dharma – Mukundan P.R.

Our sages said, ‘dharmo rakshati rakshitah’ – dharma protects one who protects dharma. Why Hindus continue to be persecuted and ridiculed in their own homeland since the last thousand years? Why Christians and Muslims want to change the religion of Hindus? It is something related to the ideology. They think that Hindus believe and worship […]
Protecting cattle (Govansh) is ...

Protecting cattle (Govansh) is everyone’s duty – Ramesh Shinde, HJS

HJS’s Dharma-Prasar in Rajasthan While addressing Shri. Ramesh Shinde, Shri Brahmaswarupji Maharaj, by his side. Jhunjhun (Rajasthan) : We survive on mother’s milk for 1-2 years and then we are nurtured with cow’s milk. Hence as we do not reject our parents when they grow old, likewise it is condemnable to sell the cow for growing […]
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized ...

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized Hindu Adhiveshan in Vijayanagar, Bengaluru

from left Advocate Amrutesh N. P., Dr. Chidananda Murthy and Ms (Kum) Priyanka Swami while lightning the lamp Bengaluru : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized Hindu Adhiveshan in Adichunchanagiri Math Samuhika Bhavan, Vijayanagar on 22nd March, 2015. The aim was to create awareness among Hindus regarding the various anti Hindu laws and the Government’s anti-Hindu behavior, as […]
Malaysian govt backed exhibition of ...

Malaysian govt backed exhibition of Hindu temples and gods touring the country

In a remarkable interfaith gesture, an exhibition supported by Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism & Culture and displaying Hindu temples and gods is touring various cities of the country. Titled “Grandeur of Chola Temples of India” (Higher than earth, Bigger than the sky), it is currently showing at National Visual Arts Gallery of Kuala Lumpur, where […]

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