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Gadkari bug report brings back ghosts of US spying, Snoopgate
28 July 2014, New Delhi, Team MP
Political cauldron is on a boil with Congress deciding to take on the government on the issue of the alleged bugging of union minister Nitin Gadkari’s residence.
Govt mulls more teeth to Anti-Dowry Act
Following Supreme Court’s observation that the anti-dowry act was being misused, Centre is considering introduction of penal provisions in the act that will ensure punishment or penalty to those who make false charges.
Saharanpur riots: 38 arrests so far, curfew still in place
With shoot-at-sight order in place, riot-hit Saharanpur district in western Uttar Pradesh remained incident free on Sunday. With police force deployed in full strength, an uneasy calm prevailed as a political blame game erupted with BJP accusing...
Holiday hope: Israel, Hamas gift each other 24-hr truce
Ahead of Eid, Hamas on Sunday agreed to a 24-hour United Nations-brokered humanitarian truce after the 20-day Israeli offensive in Gaza killed 1,060 Palestinians and 43 Israelis, including an Indian-origin soldier.

‘Twists are in the depth of the characters’
We caught up with Simian author Vikram Balagopal to talk about myths, legends and more. Here are...

'Nepal trip results above expectations’
Describing her three-day visit to Nepal as very successful, External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Sundaysaid the two countries have resolved to extend their cooperation in a number of areas to strengthen bilateral ties.

Delhi govt planning to scrap construction of 9,000 flats for poor
Realising that it could not meet the deadline of building houses for the poor, Delhi government is now mulling to drop the plan of constructing 9,000 flats altogether.

Mamata turns a new page
Barun Das Gupta
Mamata has realised that the BJP poses not only a political-organisational challenge but also an...
Not at home in the world
Gargi Bhattacharya
How can we remain unmoved by human rights violations that are constantly happening in our own...
Charade to please his new masters
Ajay Singh
Those who know Markandey Katju well, from his Allahabad days, would testify that despite his...
Congress dissidents playing havoc
Harihar Swarup
Central leadership has failed miserably to rein in the rebel elements in the Congress party.


Sebi mulls amending takeover norms for listed companies
Sebi plans to incorporate certain provisions to remove those ambiguities that have come to light in the existing regulations including on issues like...
North Korea rebukes United Nations, fire missile into sea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un guided the military’s latest rocket-firing drill, state media said Sunday, confirming the missile launch which was conducted in...
Shooters, weightlifters shine
Indian shooters continued their medal winning spree in the 2014 Commonwealth Games with Shreyasi Singh and Mohammed Asab winning the double trap silver and the...



It was Paris for proposing to Soha on impulse: Kunal
After what seems like a very romantic proposal in Europe, actors Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu take to Twitter to announce the new development to the world.

Refreshing history
If languages reveal the history of a civilisation, the texture of a culture, then the story of Urdu represents the evolution of India’s secular, syncretic identity.

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