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I refuse to be drawn into 'ugly battle': Kejriwal
3 March 2015, New Delhi, Agencies
With the party facing escalated internecine conflict, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said he was "hurt and pained" by what was going on within the outfit, terming it an "ugly battle" which has "betrayed" the trust imposed by the people.
Rajnath distances from Mufti remarks, Oppn seeks answers
Embarrassed over J-K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s 'thanks' to separatists for allowing peaceful assembly polls in the Valley, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh announced that they “fully dissociate” themselves from the said comment.
AAP exec meeting: Yogendra, Prashant wings to be clipped?
The chances of any rapprochement between the two warring factions of the AAP on Monday became increasingly remote with leaks to media from both sides. With such bitterness prevailing ahead of the national executive of the party, scheduled for...
Dalmiya: King of Comebacks back at BCCI helm
Widely credited for making BCCI the world’s richest Cricket Board, life has come full circle for veteran administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya, who returned to the top post after being unceremoniously forced out of the body close to a decade back.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Mid-day meal: Nexus of govt officials, middlemen siphoned off Rs 5k cr
The Mid Day Meal Scheme according to CAG yet to be published report, has been rendered ineffective thanks to the embezzlement of funds amounting to nearly Rs 5,000 crore.


‘Every state must implement Food Security Act’
Ram Vilas Paswan, Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and President...

NATION  
Govt in legislation push amid Oppn clamour
Amid protests by the opposition, the government on Monday pushed in the Lok Sabha for the enactment of two legislations, replacing ordinances, promulgated earlier, that call for auctions for coal blocks and mines for prospecting.

  CITY
Showers play spoilsport, students struggle to reach exam centres
Students appearing for the board examination, office-goers and flights faced tough time to reach to their destinations here on Monday, as normal life was thrown out of gear in the national Capital due to heavy rain.

  OPINION
Walk the talk on carbon tax
Sunita Narain
Although Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and has doubled the cess on coal, the Centre needs to walk...
Jaitley’s budget would add to defence shortages
C S Thapa
The budget does not address the sweeping changes India’s defence procurement and production system...
Weak link in Madhya Pradesh
Aparna Pallavi
As Madhya Pradesh’s ambitious plan to transport Narmada water to the Malwa plateau takes shape, it...
Is there a rift between Sonia and Rahul?
Amulya Ganguli
The party and its supporters will require greater clarity from Rahul Gandhi after he returns from...

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
Core sector growth slows to 13-month low of 1.8% in Jan
Growth in eight core industries slowed in 1.8 per cent in January which along with a slowdown in the manufacturing sector has raised hopes of a rate cut by RBI.
 WORLD
B’desh arrests main suspect in US blogger murder
An Islamist fundamentalist was arrested for the brutal killing of prominent American blogger- writer and critic of religious extremism Avijit Roy here.
 SPORTS
Ireland face De Villiers threat in clash vs Proteas
Ireland will face their biggest challenge of tackling a rampaging AB de Villiers when they clash against South Africa in a pool B match of the cricket World...

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
A man walks with umberalla during rains at foreshore road on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar on Wednesday.

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