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Jaitley to revisit UPA’s green clearances
31 January 2015, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said the previous UPA government was a practitioner of “sadistic” economy and “crony capitalism” and has sought a review of environmental projects granted clearance or rejected permission during the UPA regime.
Court martial for Commanding Officer
The Commanding Officer of INS Sindhuratna will face court martial while six other officers were issued letters of “severe displeasure” after being found guilty for the fire onboard the submarine last year, which led to the resignation of then Navy...
Media 'plants' tarnished my reputation: Sujatha
Axed from the post of foreign secretary two days ago, a “deeply pained” Sujatha Singh on Friday hit back saying that stories were being “planted” in the media to tarnish her reputation after having served for 39 years.
Bedi govt would ensure ‘friendly’ Centre?
Union Urban Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said that the development of Delhi was linked with the Central government as several agencies like Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and New Delhi Municipal Council come under Central government.

Empowering the disabled is our priority: Gehlot
Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot, in an exclusive interview...

Bagrodia, Gupta ‘prima facie committed misconduct’
Former Minister of State for Coal Santosh Bagrodia, ex-Coal Secretary H C Gupta and a Coal Ministry official prima facie committed criminal misconduct and facilitated a private firm to unlawfully obtain a coal block.

Discom audit: New govt to get report in 7 months
The new government in the national Capital has to wait for seven odd months to get the final report of the ongoing Discom audit.

Superbugs immune to antibiotics
K V Venkatasubramanian
Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is spreading. India faces serious repercussions.
Teaching India for a better tomorrow
Dhirendra Kumar
‘Following recommendations of the Justice Verma Commission and under the direct supervision of the...
“Do anything to reduce vehicle speed inside cities”
Sopan Joshi
The emeritus professor at IIT Delhi’s centre for biomedical engineering was formerly the...
Delhi elections: Twist in the tale
Jasleen Kaur
BJP has injected an unconventional factor in the form of Kiran Bedi.


Bring world to Indian cell phones: PM to IT experts
Prime Minister Modi asked the country’s IT experts to explore ways to provide as many services as possible through mobile phones to boost M-Governance.
Bomb attack on Shia mosque in Pakistan leaves 40 dead
At least 40 people were killed and 50 others injured in a powerful blast that brought down the roof of a packed minority Shia mosque in Pakistan.
Eng knock out listless India
India were knocked out of the tri-series cricket tournament after yet another spineless display as England recovered from a top-order collapse.



Never had second thoughts about doing Shamitabh: Akshara
The 24-year-old actress who worked as an assistant director for four years plays a quirky character in the movie. Besides her, the film also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Dhanush.

Curtain call
The 10th Edition of the Mahindra Excellence Theatre Award (META) is here to celebrate the power of the stage and honour talent.

Raisina Hill illuminated after the Beating Retreat ceremony at Vijay Chowk in New Delhi.

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