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Paris Summit: Won’t be bullied by US, asserts India
30 November 2015, New Delhi, Team MP
With the focus shifting on the contentious issue of ‘global warming’ ahead of the key Paris Climate Summit on Monday, India has asserted that it cannot be bullied by United States’ concerns over India’s pace of climate change action.
Parl panel finalises draft report on Lokpal
After deliberations that dragged on for about a year, the Parliamentary Committee examining the bill on anti-corruption watchdog Lokpal has finalised its draft report and its final version will be submitted to Rajya Sabha early next month.
Delhi govt to table Janlokpal Bill today
Amid cheers from supporters and criticism of opponents, Delhi government is all set to table the much awaited Janlokpal Bill 2015 in the Delhi assembly on Monday.
Nepal frees detained Indian security personnel
Nepal has freed two Indian security personnel who were detained after they entered the Himalayan nation while chasing smugglers on Sunday, a senior official said.
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...

BJP asks Cong to be tolerant after PC’s remark on Rushdie
Congress leader P Chidambaram’s admission that the Rajiv Gandhi government’s decision to ban Salman Rushdie’s novel ‘Satanic Verses’ was wrong on Sunday found support from independent voices.

AAP’s Janlokpal Bill set to get a thumbs up in Assembly
After over two years, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government is ready to present its flagship Janlokpal Bill the second time in the Assembly on Monday.

A nation with fingers crossed
Pankaj Sharma
When it comes to implementing its divisive agenda.
Being cautiously scientific
SC Mitra
A debate on genetically modified food is generally a debate with a lot of heat and less light,...
Preemies: the tiny treasures
Dr. Sumona Karjee Mishra
Early and precise diagnostic measures are most important.
Hindu Right stoking intolerance
Amulya Ganguli
The BJP’s assumption of power has emboldened the Hindutva militants.


Australia win day-night Test in tense finish
Match was redemption for Marsh, who has struggled to hold down a place in the Australian team with inconsistent batting performances.

Transgender rights activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi during a Delhi Queen Pride 2015, in New Delhi on Sunday.

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