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Govt hits back after Rahul barbs
21 April 2015, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
The post-recess Budget session of Parliament witnessed fireworks with the treasury benches criticising the government over the Land Acquisition Ordinance. The lead in attacking the government was taken by Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who attended the Parliament for the first time this session.
AAP expels rebel leaders Bhushan, Yadav and 2 others
AAP leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan have been expelled from AAP for “anti-party” activities. Rebel leaders Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha have also been expelled from the party by AAP’s National Disciplinary Action Committee.
20-year-old Bengal cricketer loses grim battle for life
A promising Bengal batsman Ankit Keshri on Monday passed away owing to an injury sustained during a Cricket Association of Bengal’s Senior one-day knock-out match on April 17.
Brazen MP showers notes on supporters
The beginning of Parliament proceedings for the last few sessions has inadvertently coincided with embarrassing acts by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members that have left the treasury benches red-faced.
‘Open to changes, Opposition’s misinformation campaign won’t pay’
Union Rural Development Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Thursday said the government was open “to accept changes in the Land Bill” to ensure that it is smoothly passed in the Rajya Sabha.

‘Govt to provide risk cover to farmers in case of crop damage’
Radha Mohan Singh says govt has identified 100 districts that are experiencing extreme weather...

Indian embassy in war-torn Yemen shifted to Djibouti
India has shifted its embassy to Djibouti, adjoining the war-torn country, after the "successful" conclusion of the process to evacuate its nationals, government informed the Lok Sabha on Monday.

Lack of green cover makes city vulnerable to air pollution
Once considered as the ‘Garden city’, the national Capital has now earned quite a reputation as the world’s most polluted city, with the air pollution in the city likely to be 60 times higher than safe levels.

Land bill opens a Pandora’s box
Sugato Hazra
Rahul Gandhi is a poser who wants to be Robin Hood but has no popular support.
Dry cleaning the Hussainsagar lake
Sushmita Sengupta
Telangana plans to first empty Hyderabad’s great lake and then refill it with rainwater. Experts...
PM Modi demonstrates India’s leadership at green talks
Rajendra Shende
The Indian government’s transformative and forward-looking stance towards climate change could play...
Indo-Afghan talks on the horizon
Nitya Chakraborty
The focus will be on the upcoming discussions with Taliban.


Blame game follows tragic death
A blame game has begun following the tragic death of promising Bengal opening batsman Ankit Keshri who passed away this morning.



Anushka wants to take risks as producer
Anushka is currently in China attending the Beijing International Film Festival where she is screening her latest film NH10.

A walk through Delhi’s history
There can be no better way to understand a city’s legacy than taking a stroll on World Heritage Day through the old monuments and forgotten lanes where history comes alive!

Young Buddhist Monks offer special prayers at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodhgaya on Sunday.

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