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Oppn parties rally behind Congress, govt holds firm
5 August 2015, New Delhi, Team MP
A day after Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended 25 Congress members for five days for disrupting proceedings of Parliament, other parties on the Opposition Benches came out in support of the Congress.
Rajan rebuffs govt pressure, interest rates unchanged
Rebuffing pressure from the Indian government to reduce cost of borrowing, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan kept interest rates unchanged, citing a spike in food prices and banks passing on to consumers only less than half of its previous rate cuts.
Govt lifts ban on websites sans child pornography
The Department of Telecommunications in a discreet order on July 31 asked Internet service providers to block access to 857 websites, including humour site 9GAG and CollegeHumor as well as Playboy, citing the threat to public morality.
Palpable scam brews in Haryana excise department
A report prepared by the excise department in Haryana had suggested that most of the modern paper-based high-security labels to check tax evasion was proposed to be replaced with polyster based hologram to accommodate the interests of a corporate...
Isn’t it high time for MEA to declassify the Anees Ibrahim files?
Chota Shakeel’s gleeful boast that it’s the Government of India that does not want Dawood and his men extradited back to India has raised serious questions that need immediate answers.

Land Bill will benefit tribal community
Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram speaks to Dhirendra Kumar about the ruling dispensation’s...

Govt ready to accept land panel recommendations
Government on Tuesday expressed readiness to accept recommendations of the Parliamentary panel on land, which restored provisions of the UPA law, insisting that it was not a climbdown as it was always open to changes on which there is consensus.

CBI raids 14 whereabouts of Yadav Singh, registers 2 cases against him
In a major setback for the suspended Chief Engineer of NOIDA, Greater NOIDA and YEIDA, investigating teams of CBI on Tuesday carried out raids at as many as 14 whereabouts in several districts including Noida and Ghaziabad.

Congress fails to learn key lessons
Sidharth Mishra
Sonia’s stand on Modi borders on being xenophobic, built on hubris.
Can the Naga treaty end insurgency?
Barun Das Gupta
Details of the deal will shed light on the contours of the roadmap ahead.
Rajan has the final say on rate cut
Anjan Roy
Government, industry plea fall on deaf ears as the central bank leaves repo rate untouched.
Power play at the world trade body
Amit Dasgupta
Can the WTO legitimately make global trading rules, asks Amit Dasgupta.


‘RBI governor needs autonomy, not veto powers’
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday seemed willing to concede space on the vexed issue of veto power for the central bank chief and said a "broad consensus"...
Mullah Omar’s son killed in Pak: Top Afghan lawmaker
The son of late Taliban supremo Mullah Omar has been killed in Quetta with opposing factions and Pakistan having a hand in his death, according to a top Afghan...
BCCI needs to be transparent: Sonowal
Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that like any other sports federation of the country, the Indian Cricket Board also need to be made accountable and...



I am choosy about who I am associated with: Kangana Ranaut
The Queen star says she is particular about whom she is associated with and is not comfortable walking the ramp for just any designer. The collection and the designer matters to her the most.

Intriguing love triangle
In the play, Imran Zahid essays the role of Aarav, a rich and suave hotelier who falls in love with an already married florist, Vasudha, played by Rachaittri Gupta. Vasudha’s husband Hari is portrayed by Viren Basoya.

A monk takes picture at waterlogged Belur Math in Howrah district of West Bengal on Monday.

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