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Attack on African nationals: Swaraj speaks to HM, LG Jung
29 May 2016, New Delhi, PTI
Envoys of African countries on Thursday had expressed shock over killing of Oliver here last week following which India assured them of safety of African nationals.
PM to visit 5 nations; to discuss black money issue with Swiss Prez
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a five-nation visit from June 4 which will cover Afghanistan, Qatar, Switzerland, the US and Mexico.
Pakistan could have become a nuclear power in 1984, claims A.Q. Khan
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, on Saturday said that the country could have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia-ul-Haq “opposed the move”.
Govt mulling revising scholarship norms for SC students
In order to prevent duplication of applications and bring in greater transparency, the government is mulling revising the existing scheme of post-matric scholarship for Scheduled Caste students.
  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...


Working for India’s women and children
In an exclusive interview with Millennium Post, Women & Child Development Minister Maneka Sanjay...

NATION  
Changing surname does not change caste of person: HC
The Bombay High Court has provided relief to a medical graduate who was denied admission in a post-graduate course in the Scheduled Tribe category despite possessing valid caste certificate on the ground that he had changed his surname.

  CITY
Delhi girls perform better than their male counterparts
The anxious wait for 2,85,030 students of Delhi who had appeared for the class X Board examinations came to an end when Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results on Saturday.

  OPINION
After May 19, all eyes on 2017 polls
Kalyani Shankar
For BJP, Uttar Pradesh remains the toughest battle.
Tell-tale signs of a strained Army
Bhopinder Singh
There are irrefutable symptoms of a systemic rot that are hard to ignore.
Teacher shortage mars higher education
Down to Earth
Government allocation in the education sector does not address critical concerns.
Chabahar agreement a major success
Barun Das Gupta
India-Iran relations set to reach new high after Modi’s recent visit.

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
Modi Govt must show courage for bold reforms: Congress
Attacking the Centre over its handling of the economy, the Congress on Saturday asked it to pluck up courage to go for bold reforms, saying that the party...
DLF builds up annual revenue by 20% to Rs 9,819 cr
 WORLD
Japan's Abe may leave tax hike to next PM: reports
Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to push back his debt-loaded country's next tax hike for two and a half years, when he will likely have left office, reports said today.
US tells Pakistan to go after terrorists
 SPORTS
Supercoach Jose Mourinho becomes Manchester United boss
Manchester United on Friday anointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager to launch a third bid in less than three years to transform the Red Devils into a...

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT
Kalki Koechlin impressed by Konkona's directorial skills
Konkona Sen Sharma may have impressed the audience with her performances but Kalki Koechlin says the actress is also a fantastic director with great understanding of the craft.

FEATURES
Unhappy marriage good for diabetic men: Study
Researchers investigated the role of marital quality in diabetes risk and management, and found two major gender differences— that marital statuses affect men’s and women’s diabetic risk contradictorily.

  PHOTO
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Hindu Sanghati activists shouting slogans against JNU student Umar Khalid outside a hall where JNU student Umar Khalid participate at a seminar Balckout on Bastar-A war without witnesses in Kolkata on Saturday.

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