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BJP will face a debacle worse than Delhi: Lalu
30 August 2015, Patna, PTI
On a day top leaders from the grand secular alliance assembled here to address 'Swabhiman Rally' to counter the NDA, RJD president Lalu Prasad today attacked the BJP on social media saying it "will face a debacle worse than Delhi" in the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections.
Nation shocked, pained at Gujarat violence, PM says in Mann ki Baat
In his first reaction on the recent Gujarat violence over the quota issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the incidents, which claimed at least ten lives, had upset the entire nation.
Land bill: Centre may favour withdrawal of contentious amendments
Apparently keen to shed the 'anti-farmer' tag ahead of assembly polls in Bihar, the NDA government is likely to favour withdrawal of all major contentious amendments in the land acquisition act of 2013 that it had brought through an ordinance.
‘India to be among economies least affected by China slowdown’
Hinting at the fourth interest rate cut this year, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said he is not done with lowering rates and the central problem for the entire world remains slowing economic growth.
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.

Land Bill will benefit tribal community
Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram speaks to Dhirendra Kumar about the ruling dispensation’s...

With counter-claims, murder motive shrouded in mystery
Sheena murder: Police says death threats apprehended by Mikhail were genuine.

Raksha Bandhan festivities choke roads, Metro in Delhi
There was heavy rush on the roads and in Metro trains on Saturday, as the Raksha Bandhan festivities drew a huge number of people out of their homes, bringing the national Capital literally to a standstill at various places.

Pak must realize need for dialogue
Ashok B Sharma
Islamabad will witness the benefits of resumption in dialogue. Better relations between the two...
The capture and return of Haji Pir
Anil Bhat
Anil Bhat delves into history and remembers the Indian Army’s immaculate success in capturing the...
Ladakh’s mountains of uncertainty
Vani Manocha
Battling extreme-weather events is not the only concern for the residents of high-altitude villages.
An elephantine wall and its people
Arushi Parmar
A wall to keep elephants at bay ends up alienating people in an Uttarakhand village, according to...


Tropical storm claims at least 20 lives in Caribbean Island
Tropical Storm Erika was losing its punch, apparently dissipating even as it drenched Haiti and the Dominican Republic early Saturday. But it left devastation...



Long time ago, T-Series used to release music albums. Back then, these albums worked way better than film albums. The era of music albums disappeared over time but the magic of these songs still linger on, says Bhushan Kumar.

Delhi Book Fair: A treat for book lovers
Dr Ashok Gupta, the Director of Delhi Book Fair and the president of FIP tells Millennium Post about the urgency to combine theoretical knowledge with practical experience.

Newly developed ghats on the bank of River Godavari in Nashik on Wednesday. The ghats are ready for the Royal Baths for Mahants and sadhus during the Kumbh.

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