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Gandhis stonewalling Parl to avenge LS defeat: Modi
6 February 2016, New Delhi, Team MP
With elections round the corner in Assam, the Northeastern state has become the new arena for the political slugfest between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and first family of the principal opposition Congress.
Meaningful rehabilitation of juvenile offenders topmost priority: WCD
With the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 coming into force this January, the government’s top priority will be to reform and rehabilitate minor offenders as a part of the ‘juvenile welfare’ programme.
Indian Navy goes the khadi way
The khadi revolution has been adopted by the Indian Navy, as the hand woven fabric will have pride of place at the International Fleet Review programme which began in the Bay of Bengal off Vishakhapatnam on Friday.
Food-processing sector to create 2L jobs in WB
The food processing sector in West Bengal is expected to grow nine-fold to Rs 35,745 crore by 2020 and create more than two lakh jobs, a CII-KPMG report said on Friday.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
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...

NATION  
Examining Law Panel's report on euthanasia: Centre to SC
The Law Commission's report favouring legalising of passive euthanasia with certain safeguards is being examined and a Bill will be drafted thereafter, the government told the Supreme Court on Friday.

  CITY
Crying shame: Projects that could have helped cash-strapped MCDs gather dust
While the BJP ruled-MCDs are crying for lack of funds to pay the salaries of its employees, at the same time their mismanagement and corruption to host the projects which turned to be cropper or wasteful.

  OPINION
Distress migration from Jharkhand
Tanvi Jha
The collapse of natural assets is fuelling migration in the state.
Bringing Northeast out from the cold
Dr Uday Salunkhe
Culturally they might be different, but then, so are all of us, writes Dr. Uday Salunkhe
Shirking responsibility
Ashish Sood
Kejriwal government has to break out of the mindset where it treats the MCDs as his government’s...
Saritha disclosures: Insult to Congress injury
P Sreekumaran
Revelations give a new twist to groupism in party, writes P. Sreekumaran

EDITORIAL

 WORLD
Sharif hopes Indo-Pak talks will move ahead soon
“Pakistan is most affected by terrorism. Who wants eradication of terrorism more than Pakistan?” said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday.

  PHOTO
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Artists perform at the opening ceremony of 12th South Asian Games at Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium in Guwahati on Friday.

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