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Modi reaches out to Oppn, hopeful of fruitful winter session
24 November 2014, New Delhi, Agencies
Prime Minister Narendra Modi voiced hope that the opposition will cooperate in Parliament to make it a 'fruitful and result-oriented' winter session, despite several parties making it clear they will resist reform measures.
Doval named as Special Representative for talks with China
Six months after coming to power, the National Democratic Alliance government on Monday named NSA Ajit Doval as its Special Representative on boundary talks with China, paving the way for the dialogue to resume at this level.
Veteran Congress leader Murli Deora dies
Veteran Congress leader and former union minister Murli Deora died here on early Monday following a brief illness. He was 77. Prime Minister Narendra Modi described him as a leader with a 'warm nature'.
Rocking hard farewell parties leave Delhi schools worried
It’s both parting and party time for schools in the national capital. With the pre-board examinations round the corner, it has suddenly dawned that classmates of years will go their individual ways soon.


‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

NATION  
Govt may carry out phase III expansion of FM radio
Government intends to carry out Phase III expansion of FM radio hopefully in the current financial year to rake in more revenue, Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday.

  CITY
Cong alleges BJP hand in ‘power scam’, seeks probe
The Delhi unit of Congress on Sunday alleged that BJP was behind the ‘power scam’ of people living in unauthorised and resettlement colonies being forced to increase their load capacity.

  OPINION
Are curtains down on Article 370?
Pankaj Sharma
BJP is clueless about the Kashmir issue now. Seems it is difficult to chew one’s own words!
Plot thickens, the colour deepens
Pinaki Bhattacharya
Modi is ideologically wedded to RSS philosophy; he’s choosing all CMs from there.
To the power of ten million
Xi Zhigang
China’s Poverty Alleviation Director Liu Yongfu tells us about the Beijing central government’s...
Kerala Left must avoid war of words
P Sreekumaran
An unfortunate upshot of the ongoing bar bribery scam battering the ruling United Democratic Front...

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
‘Commercial mining of coal to be allowed after auction’
Centre will allow commercial mining of coal by private companies after allocating mines to public sector companies and auction to specific end users.
 SPORTS
We are equipped enough to tackle Johnson: Kohli
Stand-in-skipper Virat Kohli said the team is in the right frame of mind and totally equipped to handle the dangerous Mitchell Johnson.

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Migratory birds arrive to make nest at tree at Islampur in Birbhum district of West Bengal on Friday.

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