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Sheena bumped off to save investor’s funds?
28 August 2015, New Delhi, Team MP
The mystery behind Sheena Bora’s murder deepened on Thursday with the Mumbai police questioning Rahul Mukerjea, the son of former media tycoon Peter Mukerjea, who was in a relationship with the victim and Sheena’s brother Mikhail Bora.
Mumbai, Bengaluru, Patna not in Smart City list
Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu unveiled the list of 98 urban centres that will be transformed into ‘smart cities’ over the next five years. Surprisingly, state capitals like Mumbai, Bengaluru and Patna don’t figure in the list.
6 AIIMS gasp as private firms withdraw vital support systems
All 6 new AIIMS were to be fully functional by the end of 2012 with a sanctioned bed capacity of 960; however, none of the hospitals is close to even 25 per cent of the expected strengths even after almost over four years of their operations.
Uneasy calm in violence-hit Gujarat, toll mounts to 10
An uneasy calm prevailed in Gujarat on Thursday after two days of violence during the OBC quota stir of Patel community even as death toll rose to 10 and a defiant Hardik Patel vowed to intensify the agitation.
Isn’t it high time for MEA to declassify the Anees Ibrahim files?
Chota Shakeel’s gleeful boast that it’s the Government of India that does not want Dawood and his men extradited back to India has raised serious questions that need immediate answers.

Land Bill will benefit tribal community
Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram speaks to Dhirendra Kumar about the ruling dispensation’s...

Nitish, Kejriwal take on Centre, say it’s anti-poor
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumr on Thursday jointly attacked the Centre calling it “anti-poor and anti-farmer” and asserted that the people will give it a “befitting reply”.

Census: Capital’s sex ratio alarmingly low at 896
The national Capital continues to languish among the worst in terms of sex ratio in the country with 896 females to 1,000 males as per the Delhi government’s annual birth and death registration report, a negligible improvement from last year’s 895.

Each one could teach one
Atishi Marlena
It is imperative that the local community does its part in order to bridge the lacunae in our...
Making the crash work in your favour
Amit Dasgupta
The recent crash in Chinese markets has given India an opportunity to kick-start its own economy....
Centre, States step up to clean Yamuna
Sushmita Sengupta
A Special Purpose Vehicle has been created to enable officials on both sides to clean the river on...
Rising from USD 4-10 billion by 2020
Ajay Pitre
The future of medical technologies in India looks bright, says Ajay Pitre.


China stocks rebound 5.3%; most global markets rise
China’s key stock market index surged 5.3 per cent on Thursday, its biggest gain in eight weeks, as markets across Asia rose following Wall Street’s rebound.
Serbia, Macedonia call for EU action on migrant crisis
Serbia and Macedonia’s foreign ministers on Thursday called for EU action on Europe’s migrant crisis at a summit of leaders from the western Balkans.
Resurgent India seek final flourish against Sri Lanka
Virat Kohli-led Team India to pull their weight on registering first Test series win under his leadership when they meet Lankan tigers in 3rd Test starting...

Newly developed ghats on the bank of River Godavari in Nashik on Wednesday. The ghats are ready for the Royal Baths for Mahants and sadhus during the Kumbh.

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