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Parting shot: Obama cautions on sectarianism
28 January 2015, New Delhi, Team MP
US President stresses on the need for religious tolerance
Rahul springs to life, says Modi ‘all talk and no work’
Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was busy basking in the afterglow of a successful visit by US president Barack Obama, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hit out at Modi accusing him of resorting to “personal PR” without delivering...
`459-cr export racket unearthed by revenue sleuths
The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence has unearthed a cartel of unscrupulous traders who making use of loopholes in government policy have deprived the exchequer of Rs 459 crore.
Freak accident: MiG-27 debris leave pillion rider injured
The police control room said that the injured local civilian, identified as Loon Singh, has been admitted to the district hospital

Empowering the disabled is our priority: Gehlot
Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot, in an exclusive interview...

Nations succeed when women do well: Obama
Obama says the sight of “incredible” Indian women in the Armed forces was one of his “favourite things” on his India visit as he stressed that nations become successful when their women make progress...

Parties fail to capitalise on woman power
No party has followed 33% formula for fielding women candidates

This is how chemistry works
Sidharth Mishra
Circumstances played alchemist in bringing both Obama and Modi together
On the tsunami trail
Vijay Ravikumar
Since the 2004 tsunami, scientists have moved closer to understanding and predicting its trigger,...
Lost in the middle of nowhere
Pinaki Bhattacharya
New Delhi has rubbed Beijing the wrong way and given the jitters to Moscow, despite receiving...
Ten reasons why AAP will win in Delhi
Ujjwal K Chowdhury
‘The city’s voter class thinks AAP should be given another chance’, says Ujjwal K Chowdhury


Obama lands in Saudi Arabia for talks with new King Salman
Air Force One touched down at King Khalid International Airport in the capital Riyadh, arriving from India where Obama cut short a state visit to travel to the...

US President Barack Obama folds his hands in traditional Namaste style during his ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.

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