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Resolute action needed against those sheltering terror forces: PM
4 December 2016, Amritsar, PTI
In a clear message to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for "resolute action" not just against forces of terrorism but also against those who support, shelter, train and finance them.
Demonetisation: Cybersecurity body warns micro-ATMs against malware attacks
The CERT-In, the government’s nodal agency to combat hacking, phishing attacks and to fortify security-related defences of the Indian Internet domain, has issued two specific advisories for micro- ATMs and POS terminals.
PM Modi, Afghan President Ghani hold bilateral talks; focus on trade, security
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday held bilateral talks focusing on a range of key issues including boosting trade and investment.
Afghan President names Pakistan as terror 'sanctuary'
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday unambiguously named Pakistan for promoting terrorism.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Highrises can now come up within 10 metres of army camps
In a major development, the Narendra Modi government has decided to ease the restrictions on the construction of high-rise buildings close to Army Camps or Defence establishments from 500 metres to 10...


Take 2
Leading lady Vidya Balan and director Sujoy Ghosh talks about their experience while working on...

NATION  
JK can show way to de-escalate tensions between India, Pak: Mehbooba
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said the state can show the way in de-escalation of tensions between India and Pakistan as developments in state have an impact on the relations between the two neighbouring countries.

  CITY
Kejriwal demands probe against Amit Shah over hidden wealth
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday demanded a probe against BJP President Amit Shah following allegations that he may have used a Gujarat property dealer as a front to disclose unaccounted Rs 13,860 crore under a tax amnesty scheme.

  OPINION
India-Israel ties: Growing warmth
Md. Muddassir Quamar
Bilateral relations have come a long way and are set to thrive with Israeli willingness to share...
Validation of India's drug patent policy
Latha Jishnu
A high-level UN panel on Access to Medicines wants members to make full use of TRIPS flexibilities...
Bhopal gas tragedy: 32 years later
L.S. Herdenia
Victims are still to get full relief, writes L.S. Herdenia.
Bet your brain: What does it mean to “get smarter”?
Rakesh Kalshian
The market is flooded with brain boosters, even though there is little evidence to show for it.

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
RBI Guv gets Rs 2 lakh pay, no supporting staff at home
RBI Governor Urjit Patel gets a little over Rs 2 lakh as salary and has not been provided with any supporting staff at his residence, the central bank has said.
 WORLD
Pak media notes Modi-Aziz handshake in Amritsar
Pakistani media today took note of the handshake and exchange of niceties between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan prime minister's advisor on foreign...

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT
People tried to shame me for not knowing English: Kangana
Kangana Ranaut, who hails from a small town in Himachal Pradesh, says she faced a tough time initially in Bollywood as people shamed her for her dressing style and speaking skills.

FEATURES
Highly skilled women pay largest ‘motherhood penalty’
Highly skilled women who take time off work to raise children end up paying the highest ‘motherhood penalties’ - losing an average of 10 per cent in their wage per child, a new study has found.

  PHOTO
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Artists perform Odissi dance on the 3rd day of the Konark Dance Festival in Konark, Puri on Saturday.

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