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SC dismisses Sanjiv Bhatt's plea for SIT probe
13 October 2015, New Delhi, Agencies
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the plea by sacked Gujarat cadre IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt seeking an SIT probe into allegations that he had hacked into the email account of the then additional advocate general of Gujarat, Tushar Mehta, and tampered with it.
India lashes out against 'powerless' UN Security Council
Calling the Security Council ineffective and powerless, India has lashed out against its lack of accountability and transparency in mandating peacekeeping operations and blamed it for the rising casualties among peacekeepers.
Six Shiv Sena workers held for paint attack on Kulkarni
Six Shiv Sena workers were arrested in connection with the paint attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni, a former BJP member and head of a city-based think-tank, earlier in the day.
Allahabad HC orders demolition of projects in 3 Gr Noida villages
In a major setback to thousands of flat owners and home buyers, the Allahabad high court on Monday ordered demolition of residential and commercial constructions undertaken by realty majors Supertech.
After Sushma and Vasundhara, Ranjan Bhattacharya wades into row
After the LalitGate scandal, now it’s turn for another powerful person, who is close to the BJP. This time it is Ranjan Bhattacharya, son-in-law of the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Govt must facilitate, not merely regulate
In an exclusive interview with Tania Ameer, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Commerce and...

90% funds in black money transfer from 30 banks: BoB
Bank of Baroda (BoB) on Monday said the bulk of funds involved in alleged Rs 6,100 crore black money remittance case have been routed through proper banking channels involving over 30 banks.

Dengue scare: City registers over 10,000 cases, highest in 19 yrs
Over 3,000 fresh dengue cases have been reported in the last one week, taking the total number of people down with the vector-borne fever in the city this year to a menacing 10,683.

Decoding Modi’s inopportune silence
B K Chum
As the common man’s economic conditions are worseing, institutions of excellence are losing their...
Mental health left by the wayside
Kundan Pandey
A year later, the government’s promises on mental health still unfulfilled. There has been no...
Metal meltdown, stuttering industry
Anupam Chakravartty
The global crash in aluminium prices, triggered by overproduction in China, is forcing Indian...
‘The British origin of Cow Slaughter in India’
Saeed Naqvi
Saeed Naqvi explores the role colonial rule played in fermenting communal divisions.


PC giant Dell to buy EMC in $67 billion mega-deal
EMC Corporation shareholders will receive $24.05 per share in cashin addition to tracking stock linked to a portion of EMC’seconomic interest in VMware, which...
Oli sworn in Nepal PM, faces challenge of tackling protests
63-year-old Oli, who was elected as Prime Minister in Parliament on Sunday, was administered the oath of office and secrecy by President Ram Baran Yadav at his...
Mishra keen to steal ODI spot
Making traditional leg-spin look attractive and effective in the opening ODI against South Africa, India’s Amit Mishra is keen to hold on to his ODI spot after...



A whacky comedy on death by Kalki
Woody Allen’s sense of humour has always attracted me and I love the way he can make life so meaningful and yet show us what a farce it can be at the same time, says the Margarita with a Straw star.

‘I am performing in Delhi after 10 years’
Millennium Post caught up with Leela Samson, a respected teacher, choreographer and writer, soon after her performance at Purana Qila in the national Capital.

JK Police personnel inspecting the blast site near Mini Secretariat in Shopian district on Monday.

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