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Mamata fights private profit for public interest against ABP Ltd
1 August 2014, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
The Calcutta High Court has rejected a contempt petition filed by the powerful media house Ananda Bazaar Patrika (ABP) Ltd against Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) involving a prime piece of land in Eastern Metropolitan Bypass in Kolkata.
Friends don’t snoop, India tells America
Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj said that she complained on Thursday to US secretary of state John Kerry about allegations that the National Security Agency targeted her party for surveillance.
My book will tell the truth: Sonia Gandhi
Deciding not to ignore insinuations made on her by former family loyalist and foreign minister K Natwar Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday said she will write a book to reveal the truth.
Undeterred by world’s reaction, US restocks Israeli ammunition
Shortly after it condemned the shelling of a United Nations-operated school in Gaza that killed at least 20 people and injured 90 others, the United States said that it has restocked Israel’s supplies of grenades and mortar rounds.
Why is govt sitting on Rs 750 crore Unitech default case?
An inquiry by the finance ministry has recommended that a major penalty be imposed and action initiated through Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) against the current Insurance Regulatory &...

‘Twists are in the depth of the characters’
We caught up with Simian author Vikram Balagopal to talk about myths, legends and more. Here are...

Bury hatchet, spend time in productive manner: Delhi High Court tells Gadkari and Kejriwal
The Delhi High Court suggested to union minister Nitin Gadkari and Arvind Kejriwal to ‘bury’ the hatchet over the alleged statement made by the AAP leader and ‘shake hands’ with each other in larger ‘public interest’.

City becoming hub for heroin smuggling, 120 kg seized so far
Delhi has become the new heroin hub of India. Over 120 kg of heroin has been recovered so far in 2014 by the police in the national capital. This happens to be the highest recovery ever by the Delhi Police.

Die another day, or today?
Vikas Gupta
Should euthanasia be legalised in India? The debate is more complex than we think.
Glacier through drone eyes
Alok Gupta
Drones are normally associated with war and surveillance, thanks to the extensive use of the...
Between lies and awkward truths
Purushottam Agarwal
We, as a nation, need to become more sensitive towards official archives of historical importance.
Imagining the next leap forward
Amit Kapoor
India is expected to become one of the largest global economies in near future.


Govt raises fuel subsidy; load on ONGC to be 4.5% heavier
Oil and Natural Gas Corp's fuel subsidy outgo will rise by 4.5% in April-June quarter to Rs 13,200 Cr as govt raised upstream fuel subsidy burden.
India succumb without fight
A listless India crashed to a humiliating 266-run defeat against England in the third cricket Test after an abject batting surrender.



Hritik declares Rs 400 cr alimony news a fabrication
Reacting to rumours that his estranged wife Sussanne Roshan has demanded an alimony of a whopping Rs. 400 crore, actor Hrithik Roshan has said it is ‘fabricated news’, which is ‘testing my patience’.

‘Who’s afraid of Honey Singh?’
Blow the whistle and get ready for some disco on the tamancha as we present to you Raftaar, the rapper, who’s continously dropping hits in the mainstream while sticking to his desipan.

This oblique night image made by an Expedition 40 crew member and provided by NASA shows Italy and Sicily on July 26, 2014, as seen from the International Space Station.

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