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Core values of tolerance, plurality cannot be wasted: President
7 October 2015, New Delhi, PTI
"I firmly believe that we cannot allow the core values of our civilisation to be wasted and the core values is what over the years the civilisation celebrated diversity, promoted and advocated tolerance, endurance and plurality."
SC refers plea on Aadhar to larger bench
In a setback to the central government, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to modify its August 11 order restricting the use of Aadhar card for distribution of foodgrain under PDS, supply of kerosene oil and LPG.
Shiv Sena threatens Ghulam Ali's concerts in Maharashtra
The Shiv Sena on Wednesday threatened to disrupt Pakistani ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali's proposed live concerts in Mumbai and Pune this week.
Police officer killed in Kashmir militant attack
A squad of the Special Operations Group of the state police was fired upon by militants in Dachina village in Bandipora district Wednesday afternoon.
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...

Indrani denies attempting suicide, CBI to grill accused
Indrani Mukerjea, prime accused in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, has told the police that she did not attempt suicide with an overdose of medicines but fell unconscious due to shock and trauma after hearing about her mother's death in Guwahati.

AAP govt to form panels to address complaints against Delhi Police
The Delhi Cabinet on Tuesday approved setting up of the State Police Complaint Authority, to be headed by a retired Supreme Court or High Court judge, and the District Level Police Complaint Authority.

Voter divided between head & heart
Sidharth Mishra
Nitish Kumar is seeking a paradigm shift in Bihar’s social contours.
Better climate policy for a cleaner India
Kamal Meattle
Climate change mitigation isn’t bereft of solutions, writes Kamal Meattle
Caught napping by Dengue menace
Down to Earth
The Centre and various State administrations should have been better prepared to deal with the...
Secure India before you ‘Make in India’
Arun Prakash
Do not alienate those who defend our nation, writes Admiral Arun Prakash (retd).


Talks between Madhesis, Nepal govt inconclusive so far
The much-anticipated talks could not yield any result as the govt representatives failed to present a clear road map to address their demands, according to one...
One poor show per year reminds T20 is not about brain: Dhoni
Having slumped to an embarrassing T20 series defeat against South Africa, limited overs captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said that “one bad performance per year”...



‘Every superstar has insecurity’
In a career spanning roughly 27 years, Irrfan Khan has attained stardom by being a part of Bollywood and Hollywood movies, but he feels a certain insecurity persists in an actor’s life.

Manganiyar musician launches debut album
The album was launched after collecting fund through the internet. Khan explains that the idea was to gather support from people and at the same time involve them in music making which is an essential characteristic of folk music.

Refugees rush to the beach as they arrive on a dinghy from the Turkish coast to the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos, Monday, Oct. 5

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