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Warrant against Digvijaya over Gadkari defamation
1 November 2014, New Delhi, Agencies
A court here on Saturday issued a bailable warrant against Congress leader Digvijaya Singh after he failed to appear before it in a criminal defamation case lodged against him by union minister Nitin Gadkari.
Need to change present education system in India: Rajnath
Terming the present education system in India as a victim of Macaulay's conspiracy", Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that there was a need to change it and stressed on use of mother tongue.
SP may propel Sibal to Rajya Sabha now
There is high probability of senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal getting elected to the Rajya Sabha from Uttar Pradesh. Congress is not capable of contesting any of the 10 Rajya Sabha seats in the SP-ruled state, which have fallen vacant.
Bhopal loses battle against Warren Anderson, again
Thirty years after the worst industrial disaster killed over 3,700 people, the man who was liable for the lethal gas leak at the Union Carbide India Limited pesticide plant in Bhopal, Warren Anderson, died without standing trial.


‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

NATION  
Pak will not dare to violate ceasefire any time soon: HM
Asserting that Pakistan has been given a ‘befitting’ reply for violating ceasefire, union home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Islamabad would not dare to disturb peace at the border anytime soon.

  CITY
Schools shut, exams postponed, kids left clueless in Trilokpuri
The Trilokpuri clashes have left a deep impact on the young minds of the area who have been very badly affected by the recent violence in the area.

  OPINION
Let push not come to shove
Nantoo Banerjee
Micro, small and medium enterprises need help but not at cost of state-owned units.
Encashing on dead war criminals
Garga Chatterjee
Islamicisation of Bangladeshi politics resulted in political rehabilitation of Ghulam Azam.
Shifting goalposts of development
V R SARAVANAN
The open working group for SDGs spent two years to revise MDG goals, presuming that once goals are...
‘Diseases have become a way of life in Gaza’
Kundan Pandey
Born and raised in a Gaza refugee camp, Palestinian doctor Izzeldin Abuelaish talks about Gaza’s...

EDITORIAL

 WORLD
Israel reopens Aqsa mosque ahead of muslim prayers
The streets of east Jerusalem were calm ahead of the prayers at midday, after an Israeli clampdown on the shrine, which is holy for Muslims and Jews alike.
 SPORTS
Australia fight to save 2nd Test after Younis’s epic show
Australia were left with a daunting task to save the second Test and series after Younis Khan hit an epic double hundred to put Pakistan in command.

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Devotees offer prayers during Chhath festival celebrations at Galta Kund in Jaipur on Wednesday.

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