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Plane with 116 on board crashed: Algerian official
25 July 2014, Algiers, Agencies
Air Algerie flight carrying 110 passengers and six crew members, en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers, goes missing on Thursday .
Gaza vote leaves BJP a divided house
The Narendra Modi-led government’s decision to support a probe into Israel’s offensive in Gaza has created quite a turmoil within the BJP rank and file.
Cabinet clears insurance FDI to 49%
Despite opposition from the Trinamool Congress and the Left parties, the government on Thursday moved ahead to increase foreign direct investment in the insurance sector.
ED reiterates its clean chit to TS Darbari in CWG cases
Kalmadi deliberately terminated Darbari’s services for alleged wrong doings over payments made to the two British Firms.


‘Twists are in the depth of the characters’
We caught up with Simian author Vikram Balagopal to talk about myths, legends and more. Here are...

NATION  
No more black cat commando security cover to VVIPs in future
Special force has taken this decision to ensure most fool-proof security to existing VVIPs under its cover, including home minister Rajnath Singh and some CMs.

  CITY
Over 650 ad hoc teachers given pink slip
The rollback of Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) from University of Delhi (DU) has left insecurity and perilous affects amongst ad hoc teachers.

  OPINION
Never too easy to read his mind
Nantoo Banerjee
Commerce secretary Rajeev Kher got PM Narendra Modi wrong on easing gold import.
Are our children safe at schools?
Anju Yadav
A parent’s account of how even the best of schools take a lackadaisical approach to the issue of...
Double blow for India’s environment
Anupam Chakravartty
Small coal mining projects have been exempted from public hearings and moratorium on expansion of...
Congress, a sinking ship
Kalyani Shankar
The party remains almost isolated with barely a handful of allies.

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