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HC orders demolition of Adarsh building in Maha
30 April 2016, Mumbai, Team MP
Holding that the scam-tainted 31-storey Adarsh apartments was illegally constructed, the Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests to demolish the tower in Colaba area of South Mumbai.
Privilege war in RS, Shah targets Sonia Gandhi again on deal
Following up on his demand yesterday that Gandhi should name the bribe takers in the Rs.3,600 crore deal, Shah demanded that Gandhi should answer the questions to people of the nation regarding the deal.
Alarming rise in juvenile crime including heinous offences, says Government
There has been a rapid increase in juveniles apprehended for offences including heinous offences over the last three years, the government said. Between 2012- 2014, there have been 1,31,558 juveniles apprehended for various offences including...
Bengal polls: Crucial fifth phase to witness key contests
One crore and twenty three lakh voters will exercise their franchise in the fifth phase of election today in 53 constituencies.
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...

‘Focus of govt is to communicate with people’
In an exclusive interview, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh...

Business in RS collapses due to lack of quorum
Discussion on Private Members’ Bill, seeking to amend Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 was underway when quorum issue was raised.

Delhi transport authority in Sheikh Sarai does not accept Voter-ID or Aadhaar card as proof of nationality
While the central government has started a major initiative to get the our country’s entire 100 crore plus population a national identity through the Aadhaar card, the only ID proof which is unique in that it cannot be duplicated.

Probes rarely lead to real beneficiaries
Devsagar Singh
Agusta scam has similarities with earlier Westland deal, writes Devsagar Singh.
Competitive policies: IPR and the market
Latha Jishnu
The Ericsson case highlights the uneasy interface between competition policy and patent law.
Nepal: One year after the quake
Down to Earth
While the earthquake pushed some of the country’s areas higher in elevation, Mount Everest, the...
Worst year ever for MNREGA
Shobhit Mathur & Nomesh Bolia
The world’s largest rural employment programme has failed to create adequate jobs for most, report...


Asian nations worried about China’s military buildup: US
China is challenging respect for international law, freedom of navigation and the peaceful resolution of disputes which is a cause of concern for many Asian...
Post Salman row, IOA ropes in Bindra as goodwill ambassador
Celebrated shooter Abhinav Bindra was on Friday roped in as goodwill ambassador of India’s Olympic contingent alongside Bollywood star Salman Khan.



‘Sangeeta is not miffed with Azhar’
Emraan rubbished rumours that Sangeeta Bijlani was unpleased with Azhar, while Prachi desai says that her role was difficult to portray.

Immersing in Bhakti Sangeet
The festival will treat audiences with bhajans of saints like Kabir, Meera and Soordas to sufiana kalams from Punjab and devotional music in its purest form.

A protestor is arrested by riot police during a protest against the proposed changes to Frances working week and layoff practices, in Lyon, central France, Thursday, April 28, 2016. French protesters are back on the streets over proposed reforms to t

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