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SC rejects Yakub Memon's plea against death warrant
29 July 2015, New Delhi, PTI
The Supreme Court of India on Wednesday refused to stay the execution slated for tomorrow of Yakub Abdul Razak Memon, the lone death row convict in 1993 Mumbai blasts case, rejecting his last-ditch plea to escape the gallows.
Taliban chief Mullah Omar dead: BBC
Elusive one-eyed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar, who ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001 with an iron fist before US-led forces overthrew his government, has died, according to a media report on Wednesday.
Sanjiv Chaturvedi, Anshu Gupta win Ramon Magsaysay award
Whistleblower bureaucrat Sanjiv Chaturvedi, who had initiated probe into alleged scams at AIIMS before being booted out, and founder of NGO Goonj, Anshu Gupta, were on Wednesday chosen for the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award for 2015.
Mamata invites UK to ride its growth story
“If you say London is the (financial) capital of the world, I say Bengal is the human capital of the world,” West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee said in her address at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) on Monday evening.
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...

Kalam aide’s touching FB post
Tribute paid by former President APJ Abdul Kalam’s aide Srijan Pal Singh, who accompanied him to Shillong, on his facebook page at 4 am on Tuesday.

When all roads led to 10, Rajaji Marg...
All roads leading to 10, Rajaji Marg, the official residence of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, were crowded and jam-packed as thousands poured in to pay their last respects to the ‘Missile Man’.

Diluting Delhi dialogue
Sidharth Mishra
To wrest control Kejriwal will have to turn cohesive, not cantankerous.
‘Give It Up’ campaign may usher good times
Shekhar Chandra
In India, most people use firewood for cooking which is a major source of indoor air pollution.
Bitter truth of Modi’s performance
B K Chum
Domestic politics has hit a fresh low under the current Central government.
Whose broom is it anyway?
Mayank Kanungo
‘Swachh Bharat’ will not be achieved by government initiatives or selfie campaigns, but by a...


Kalam inspired & mentored industry, recalls India Inc
Indian industry condoled the demise of former President describing him as a “visionary guide and mentor”, whose death is an “irreparable loss to the nation”.
Will approach BCCI to lift life ban on me: Sreesanth
S Sreesanth is now hoping to sing the redemption song and would approach the BCCI for lifting the life ban imposed on him from playing cricket by the Board.



I’m more comfortable behind the camera: Ajay Devgn
The actor says, he feels more comfortable behind the camera as it comes easy to him because as a child, he has worked on that side as a technician’s son.

Pottery remnants point to links
Trade between India and Bali can be traced from as early as the late 2nd century BC. Indian merchants also brought with them their language and the influence of Hinduism and Buddhism.

Students light candles to paying tribute to the former President APJ Abdul Kalam at a school.

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