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‘Hindu terrorism’: BJP rakes up Rahul’s 2010 remarks
2 August 2015, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
Attacks Congress Vice-President over his comments that radicalised Hindu groups might prove to be a bigger threat than Lashkar-e-Taiba
Manipur landslide: An entire hamlet washed away, 20 dead
At least 20 people were killed when a landslide buried a whole village in the remote Joupi area of Manipur’s Chandel district bordering Myanmar on Saturday, police said.
DCW chief writes to Delhi top cop on crimes against women
Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal on Saturday asked Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi to furnish information about “increasing” complaints of crimes against women, considering the fact that the law and order situation in the national...
Max hospital housekeeper held for allegedly trying to rape Afghan woman
A 21-year-old employee of a super speciality private hospital in South Delhi has been arrested for allegedly trying to rape an Afghan woman on July 24.
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.

Gold habits die hard in India
G Srinivasan
The precious yellow metal is also the mascot for black money.
Norms flouted for Polavaram project
M Suchitra
Mandatory public hearings are still pending in Odisha and Chhattisgarh.
Dubious farmer suicide figures
Anurag Dey
Many experts have raised serious doubts over the recent farmer suicide data presented by the...
Dubious distinction to achieve?
Sat Pal
India will achieve the dubious distinction of being the most populated nation by 2050.


Capital Fight: It’s Federer vs Nadal in Season II of IPTL
The IPTL will have its Delhi leg from December 10-12 this year with legendary player Nadal to lead defending champions Indian Aces



Drishyam is for today’s audience
He’s the darling of the masses and is known and loved for his roles in commercial cinema. But whenever Ajay Devgn has attempted a content driven film, the audience has enjoyed watching him play the character rather than the superstar that he is. And that’s what he’s done again, in Drishyam. The versatile actor talks about his latest film Drishyam with Vajir Singh

Koreans trace origins to India
The relationship between the two countries goes back to the first century when an Indian Princess travelled from Ayodhya to Korea by a boat

Students light candles to paying tribute to the former President APJ Abdul Kalam at a school.

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