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Kashmir floods leave Delhi market bleeding
22 September 2014, New Delhi, Anup Verma
Chances of recovery of payment against supplied goods is now remote
Filing RTI just got tougher as Madras HC seeks reasons
There is bad news for those striving for transparency. In a serious blow to functioning of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, the Madras High Court has said applicants must give reasons for seeking information as it gave relief to its Registry from...
Manic Monday for Sena-BJP alliance
Squabbling over seat sharing showed no signs of resolution on Sunday with the BJP saying there was ‘nothing new’ in Shiv Sena’s final offer to give it 119 seats for upcoming Maharashtra assembly polls and hoped it can be mutually settled. The Shiv...
Afghan prez candidates agree to share power, sign unity deal
The incoming president Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Abdullah Abdullah signed national unity government deal as President Hamid Karzai looked on

‘Rape has no grey areas... it is an adult act’
‘We have asked for a part of Nirbhaya fund to start a one-stop crisis centre. This might go a long...

‘Roadmap for India’s rise ready’
Prime minister Narendra Modi has said India has a chance to rise again as a global economic power and suggested that it could match with China and he has a ‘clear roadmap’ to channelise entrepreneurial capabilities of country’s 1.25 billion people.

Nurse found dead in LNJP Hospital staff quarters
Preliminary investigation reveals that Nirmala Devi was suffocated to death

Smart cities need governance, civic sense
Pratap Vikram
Fresh thought is required to make Indian cities progressive and leave their perrenial problems...
India faces twin challenges
Sunita Narain
With traditional flood control techniques forgotten, climate continues to wreak havoc
BJP, stop taking voters for granted
Harihar Swarup
Having conceded ground in recent by-polls, party must get priorities right
Federal India must be more tolerant
Rohith Batni Rao
Imposition of Hindi over other languages is result of an over eager Union Govt


Rise of Islamic schools causes concern in secular Turkey
Parents, educators and civil society groups have decried the move as another attack on Turkey’s secular principles by the Islamic-rooted Justice and...



In time, I will direct a film: Hrithik Roshan
The actor is busy with promoting his upcoming film Bang Bang but he says that he is going to live till he is 90 and he’s going to be absolutely unstoppable till his last breath

The Cultural Highlight
The second week at the Dilli Haat Utsav had some power-packed performances enthralling the Capital across all three venues at INA, Pitampura and Janakpuri. These cultural programmes will carry on till next year bringing you something to enjoy every Saturday and Sunday

Two stray dogs on a pipe in a flooded locality on the outskirts of Srinagar on Saturday.

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