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Yogendra Yadav removed from AAP political affairs panel
4 March 2015, New Delhi, Agencies
The AAP’s national executive on Wednesday decided not to have Yogendra Yadav in the party’s key political affairs committee, days after he and Prashant Bhushan questioned the functioning of party convenor Arvind Kejriwal.
Dec 16 rapist interview telecast stopped: Rajnath Singh
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said the government had taken necessary steps to stop the telecast of a documentary based on an interview with a convict in the December 16 Delhi gang-rape case.
Insurance Bill passed by Lok Sabha
The long-pending Insurance bill, a key economic reform legislation providing for raising foreign investment cap to 49 per cent, was on Wednesday passed by Lok Sabha with the government insisting that the measure is crucial for expanding the...
UK MPs may have to quit Westminster Palace
The seat of UK’s Parliament — the Palace of Westminster may have to be abandoned if an estimated £3 billion is not spent on repairs of the crumbling iconic building, the House of Commons speaker has warned.
Mid-day meal: Nexus of govt officials, middlemen siphoned off Rs 5k cr
The Mid Day Meal Scheme according to CAG yet to be published report, has been rendered ineffective thanks to the embezzlement of funds amounting to nearly Rs 5,000 crore.

‘Every state must implement Food Security Act’
Ram Vilas Paswan, Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and President...

Controversy erupts over Dec 16 gang-rape convict’s interview
A British film maker's interview of one of the Dec 16 gangrape convicts for a documentary in which he showed no remorse kicked up a storm with Government taking a serious view of the matter and seeking an explanation from Tihar jail authorities.

Bill to allow e-rickshaws in Delhi passed in Lok Sabha
A Bill seeking to pave the way for plying of e-rickshaws on Delhi roads was passed by the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

Portrait of reporter as middleman
Sidharth Mishra
Media can shrug off poor image only by having a regulator.
For the love of Indians in America
Garga Chatterjee
Should brown people escape their homelands to foreign countries to be considered as human beings by...
‘Low on hype, high on content’
Anjan Roy
The Finance Minister has made some seminal moves to encourage growth and job creation in Budget...
‘We create jobs for america’
Latha Jishnu
Modi still has no clear strategy for creating employment for the hordes of the jobless young in...


No Govt in India can oppose very idea of subsidies: FM
Asserting that there has to be some element of rationalisation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the government may consider the “next round of action”...
Amla, Du Plessis feast on Irish cream
Top order batsmen Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis cracked centuries to help South Africa thrash minnows Ireland by 201 runs in a World Cup.

A man walks in a snow-covered field on the outskirts of Srinagar on Tuesday.

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