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20 killed in Turkey twin blasts
10 October 2015, ANKARA, Agencies
At least 20 people were killed on Saturday when two explosions rocked a road junction in the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara ahead of a peace rally, the media reported. State-run Anadolu Agency reported that it could be a suicide bomber.
CBI searches Mallya residence in Rs 900 Cr loan default case
The CBI carried out searches at residential and official premises of liquor baron Vijay Mallya and his now-defunct company Kingfisher Airlines in five places in connection with alleged default of over Rs 900 crore loan from IDBI Bank.
Modi weakening farmers to get their lands: Rahul
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today alleged that in a bid to help his industrialist friends he was weakening the "crying" farmers of the country so that they become labourers and their lands could be acquired effortlessly.
21 arrested after a mob beats up two over alleged cow slaughter in Mainpuri
After Dadri, tension now prevails in this district where rumours of cow slaughter triggered violence with protesters targeting police vehicles and setting a fire shops, leaving seven policemen injured.
After Sushma and Vasundhara, Ranjan Bhattacharya wades into row
After the LalitGate scandal, now it’s turn for another powerful person, who is close to the BJP. This time it is Ranjan Bhattacharya, son-in-law of the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Govt must facilitate, not merely regulate
In an exclusive interview with Tania Ameer, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Commerce and...

Eminent Kerala novelist Sarah Joseph decides to return Sahitya Akademi award
Malayalam novelist Sarah Joseph said she would return the Sahitya Akademi award in protest against what she called the "growing communalism" and "life threat faced by writers" in the country after Modi government assumed office.

South & East MCDs to levy tax on mobile towers to generate funds
In order to generate revenue, the cash-strapped South and East MCDs have decided to levy commercial property tax on mobile towers on rooftops, building terraces and balconies.

Global economy in the midst of fear
S Sethuraman
Leaders from 188 nations have convened at a summit to tackle slowing economic growth.
Discourse over giving birth to children
Rakesh Kalshian
What the increase in caesarean operations worldwide tells us about the science and politics of...
Seeking a Santhali niche
Debarshi Dasgupta
If India is sincere about tackling the Maoist problem, promoting marginalised languages, including...
Women to defend our skies?
Vishnu Makhijani
Is the IAF chief playing to the gallery with his latest announcement of inducting women fighter...


Nepal forms team to ease standoff with India over supplies
A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the Prime Minister’s residence constituted the committee comprising Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey,...
Team India in search of redemption ahead of ODIs
Former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar has called for the selectors to scrutinise Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s role not just as limited overs captain, but as a player...

Madhesi Morcha activists hold a half-naked protest march over the new constitution of Nepal in Birgunj in Nepal on Friday.

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