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IAF inducts first squadron of home-grown Tejas
1 July 2016, Bengaluru, PTI
In a major milestone in the military aviation in the country, the first squadron of home- grown Light Combat Aircraft Tejas was inducted into IAF with two fighter planes joining the force here.
8 people killed,scores missing after cloudburst in U'khand
Eight persons were killed and 25 others were missing as a cloudburst hit Singhali area here early this morning, flattening homes in over seven villages and leaving many residents trapped in the debris.
Taiwan mistakenly fires missile towards China
A Taiwanese warship today "mistakenly" fired a supersonic "anti-ship missile" towards China as it celebrated 95th anniversary of the ruling Communist Party amid assertions by President Xi Jinping ruling out independence for Taiwan.
CM moots idea of 'Dandakaranya' battalion for tribal youth
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has suggested raising a 'Dandakaranya' battalion on the lines of the Naga regiment of Indian Army to facilitate entry of tribal youths from Maoist-hit Bastar in the armed forces.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Why is Aveek Sarkar so desperate to discredit Mamata Banerjee?
The ABP group owner wanted to play with the big boys of industry in Bengal but Mamata Banerjee has refused to play ball from day one. Even in matters which he had assumed were a cakewalk, he found...


Reservation is no permanent solution
In an exclusive interview with Millennium Post, Union Minister for Minority Affairs Najma Heptulla...

NATION  
CRPF jawan shoots himself in Chhattisgarh
A CRPF jawan allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself from his service rifle at his camp in the Naxal violence affected Sukma district of Chhattisgarh.

  CITY
Delhi govt mulls ‘doctors on call’ for govt hospitals
In a bid to avoid “criminal wastage of resources” in state-run hospitals, Delhi government is mulling replicating ‘doctors on call’ model of private hospitals and create a pool of specialists in every district for the purpose.

  OPINION
Kejriwal opens up Pandora’s box
Kalyani Shankar
Granting statehood to Delhi is in line with idea that sovereignty lies with the people.
Corbyn determined to fight rebels
Arun Srivastava
Brexit fallout: Labour party members want him to remain, writes Arun Srivastava.
Earth's biodiversity may be far greater
Mike Lee and Paul Oliver
A widely touted study proposes a total of 8.7 million species. But they could be 10 times more,...
No provision for referendum in Constitution
Ashish Sood
The politics of referendum is always pregnant with seeds of secession.

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
Jun manuf PMI scales high, headwinds remain
Manufacturing in India registered a significant uptrend and hit a three-month high in June, backed by a stronger increase in new business orders.

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT
Can't judge comments of others: SRK on Salman's rape remarks
Amid the controversy over Salman Khan's "rape comments," his friend superstar Shah Rukh Khan says he cannot judge statements made by others as he himself has made some inappropriate remarks in the past.

FEATURES
Designing transformation
On the occasion of World Industrial Design Day, Prof Pradyumna Vyas and Hrridaysh Deshpande hosted an exclusive session on ‘Make in India = Good Design = India Design Mark’.

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Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, June 30, 2016. A twin suicide attack on a convoy of buses carrying police cadets killed 37 people and wounded 40 others on Thursday, an Afgh

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