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Jaitley keeps country guessing, Cong stressing
23 October 2014, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
A day after union finance minister Arun Jaitley indicated that the list of account holders who have stashed black money abroad could embarrass the Congress, the principal opposition party launched a blistering counterattack and dared him to come out with full information instead of ‘half-truths’ and ‘selective leakage.’
Pre-Diwali shocker: Delhi school principal’s daughter hangs herself
The 29-year-old daughter of principal of Delhi Public School in RK Puram, Daulat Ram Saini, was found dead in the school premises on late Tuesday evening. Anjana Saini allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself at their home.
Gadkari yet to bite bait, Fadnavis’ hopes afloat
Nitin Gadkari failing to give any commitment to the 39 MLAs camping at Nagpur asking him to take up the job of Maharashtra chief minister, the state BJP president Devendra Fadnavis has once again emerged as the front-runner for the job.
Stolen power from govt offices lights up cracker shops
Despite the Delhi government officially discouraging the use of crackers, its officers are lighting up cracker shops in Jama Masjid area. The utility premises of the govt have become major source of electricity for dozen of shops selling crackers.


‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

NATION  
India ready for nuclear no-first-use agreements
Reiterating its traditional policy of not using nuclear weapons first, India has offered to enter into agreements incorporating the two principles while ruling out joining the non-proliferation treaty.

  CITY
53-year-old kills wife by shooting her nine times
A 53-year-old businessman allegedly killed his wife by shooting her nine times, called up his daughter and confessed to the crime before he fled from his residence at Palam Vihar area in Gurgaon, police said on Wednesday.

  OPINION
No country for peaceniks
Anil Bhat
Pakistan’s pattern of perpetual peace-breaking must be strategically broken now.
When Mars choked up Indian science
Praful Bidwai
Media cheerleads the monopoly venture of the Indian Space Research Organisation, as if it was a...
Tolerance can make you money, loads of it
Amit Kapoor
Labour and capital are inseparable. Yet mobility of these two within and across international...
Paradox at heart of Modi victory
Ajay Singh
PM has resorted to old strategies to ensure victory after promising change.

EDITORIAL

 WORLD
ISIS onslaught on Yazidis may be attempted genocide: UN
The campaign of IS militants against Iraq’s Yazidi minority may be attempted genocide, UN Assistant Secretary-General for human rights Ivan Simonovic said.
 SPORTS
Sarita Devi suspended for dramatic Asiad protest
Taking a strict action AIBA has provisionally suspended India’s woman boxer Laishram Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal.

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
A view of decorated Madan Mohan Malviya Stadium with oil lamps during Deepawali festival celebration in Allahabad on Wednesday.

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