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Insurance Bill: Govt firm, Opposition defiant
21 December 2014, New Delhi, Team MP
Even as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley struck an aggressive note on passage of the Insurance Bill on Saturday, Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’ Brien hit back at Jaitley’s barb on TMC’s alleged obstruction of the bill.
BJP, RSS sing in unison on ‘forced’ conversion
Days after Archbishop of Delhi Anil J. T. Couto’s ‘no support’ on Anti-Conversion Law, the BJP-RSS on Saturday strongly pitched for the Bill and urged other political parties to extend their support to prevent forcible conversion in India.
Last gasp surge in J&K and Jharkhand
Jammu and Kashmir registered its highest turn-out in assembly elections in the last 25 years with an estimated 65 percent of voters casting their votes, as the fifth and final phase of polling ended on Saturday.
ESIC: CAG frowns upon Kharge’s misplaced priorities
At a time when sub standard medicines were being circulated at cash rich Employees’ State Insurance Corporation’s hospitals, former Union Labour Minister Mallikarjun Kharge was busy deciding his office décor.


Empowering the disabled is our priority: Gehlot
Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot, in an exclusive interview...

NATION  
Bring new law if you don’t like conversion: Bhagwat
Expressing his support for the anti-conversion bill proposed by Centre, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday asked opposition parties to facilitate bringing law in Parliament, if they did not like conversion.

  CITY
No inspector-raj in schools, says AAP chief Kejriwal
Advocating more autonomy to schools, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said his party will abolish the “inspector-raj” in education system if voted to power in Delhi.

  OPINION
New Delhi walks tightrope
Ashok B Sharma
India must leverage its relations with both Russia and US to meet its energy needs.
In the kingdom of blasé!
Bikram Vohra
Our escalating carelessness and inability to remember details make us paranoid.
Rudderless as never before
Nora Chopra
From toeing the CPI(M) and JD(U) line in both houses of Parliament to looking for leadership in...
Seeds of peace dissipate
L S Herdenia
Prime Minister was recently ‘scolded’ by a leader of an RSS-affiliated body for neglecting farmers’...

EDITORIAL

 WORLD
Obama grants $1 billion to Pak as defence budget
The National Defence Authorization Act for the fiscal year 2015, signed by Obama on Friday, sets overall defence spending at $578 billion.
 SPORTS
MS Dhoni reveals ‘unrest’ in Indian camp as Oz lead 2-0
An “unrest” hit the Indian dressing room this morning when opener Shikhar Dhawan decided not to resume his innings at the start of play.

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT

Ray rebooted
After directing over 12 movies, most of them based on his father’s literary legacy, Sandip Ray is all set with his next venture Badshahi Angti. The filmmaker gets candid as he talks about the changing face of Bengali cinema.

FEATURES
Let the festivities begin!
The winter chill does little to dampen the mood of the city’s party animals. Hotels and restaurants in Delhi are busy lining up an impressive array of gastronomic delights and programmes to ring in Christmas and New year

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Icicles hang from a tree at a remote area in Anantnag district, Kashmir, on Friday.

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