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NE youth murder case: Fourth accused arrested
One more accused was arrested by the police, on Tuesday, for the alleged killing of the 30-year-old youth from Manipur that led to an uproar in the national capital on Monday.
75-yr-old dairy owner found dead
RS members concerned over rising power tariff
Delhi Police urges senior citizens to register in scheme
Centre plans special session to showcase rich cultural heritage of NE
Man held with leopard skin
Dubai tops chart as international hotspot, Mumbai first as domestic destination
Kin of victim gets over Rs 27L as compensation
Court seeks govt view on using eco-friendly engine
Kejriwal meets families of Indians stranded in Iraq
Katju fires fresh salvo at Lahoti over corrupt TN judge charge
Asking six questions, former Supreme Court of India judge Markandey Katju on Tuesday fired a fresh salvo at Justice RC Lahoti after he created a furore alleging that three ex-Chief Justices of India had allowed a judge under corruption cloud to continue in office.
Proposed NCTC has been kept in abeyance, says Kiren Rijiju
Govt to amend Act to make hoarding non-bailable wrong
Nefarious practices rife in medical sector: Vardhan
3 businessmen found dead inside car in RK Puram
Bird hits scare IGI officials
Child rape case: K’taka CM courts fresh controversy
TV producer found dead under mysterious circumstances in Gzb
AAP won’t contest Haryana assembly polls
Amendments to juvenile justice act to get immediate clearance from govt
BJP reluctant to face polls
It is possible that the BJP believes that like all waves, the Modi wave, too, has started receding. As a result, the party may not be able to replicate last summer’s outcome.
This track doesn’t go anywhere
Congress groupism back with a bang
When jailhouse rock meets eco-justice
Indian bureaucracy: More a caged parrot than the famed steel frame
Modi must plug loopholes
Nation-building needs managers at fore
S S Mantha
Let’s solve this elephantine crisis
‘Request FM to raise allocation for health’
India first in Modi parlance
Rebels hand over MH17 black boxes
Rebels controlling the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 on Tuesday handed over the plane’s black boxes, and declared a localised truce to allow international experts full access to the forensic minefield in east Ukraine.
MH17 a ‘hideous crime’, probe hurdles an ‘outrage’: IATA
UN, US press Gaza truce efforts as death toll soars
‘I no longer talk to Obama’: Turkish PM
UK govt announces inquiry on Russian spy death
Cambodian political rivals say agreement reached
Britain, UN host first summit to end child marriage
Nigeria president meets kin of schoolgirls held hostage
NATO must beef up eastern flank
Al-Qaida vows to cut off hands of ‘corrupt’ Yemen officials
Trai proposes Rs 2,400-crore plan to connect 2 island UTs
The telecom regulator has recommended that besides connecting ANI and Lakshadweep with cables, satellite connectivity should be retained in parts of both these union territories.
Sensex surges 311 points to recoup 26,000 closing mark
ONGC to accelerate KG basin gas discoveries’ development
Regime change: Modi Govt to be tough with WTO on food security
‘Chinese Apple’ Xiaomi Mi3 makes India entry, stock sold out in 30 mins
India tops Nielsen world consumer confidence list
Sebi bars Ally Multi-Trade from collecting funds from investors
Unveils structure to identify ‘systemically important banks'
RBI relaxes limit on loans against gold ornaments
India cuts Iran’s share in oil import basket
The story of their lives
American center in collaboration with Cinedarbar celebrates the filming, depiction and dramatisation of the life of an important personage from the past and the present era.
Sufi and soul
The flavours of July
From Colombia to the Capital
What women want
Laugh out loud
Three generations bound together
Three forms, one expression
The conscience call
Matter to masterpiece
Only teammates appreciate my efforts
Cynosure of all eyes after his fiery spell earned India its first Test victory at the iconic Lord’s in 28 years, fast bowler Ishant Sharma feels his efforts are never appreciated by people other than his team-mates.
India aim top 3 finish at CWG
Sharma, Bhuvi climb up ICC rankings chart
Tiwary, Pandey script 70-run win for Ind A
Schumi slowly progressing: Wife
There are more happy hookers in the present English team than Soho, says Bob Willis
Hearing on Anderson-Jadeja spat fixed for 1 August
Cook retained as captain for 3rd Test
Real Madrid close to seal Rodriguez deal
Subrata Paul, Nabi to play for Mumbai in ISL
Salman Khan asks: Why so much negativity about Nargis?
The actor defends Fakhri saying that she has done an ‘outstandingly great’ job for the song in Kick and that she and Jacqueline are very simmilar.
For Sonam, Rekha was class apart in Khubsoorat
Christina shrugs off dating rumours with Lil Wayne
Justin Bieber’s freedom in peril?
Zach Braff not interested in dating super-famous girls
Beyonce, Jay Z to split?
Scarlett Johansson likely to marry next month
The Expendables 3 to release as 14 Khiladi in Hindi
Kesha blames media for paranoia
‘Never met grandpa, but proud to be his grandson’
Bet on Black
Football is a continent. No other continent converges like Africa does on a football pitch. FIFA 2014 has brought five African squads to Brazil to chase passion and glory that otherwise stays divided in its 54 countries. But will the cheer last? Cameroon wound up quick and headed home
The five men who did it!
Africans need just one break!
Satao's last stand
Why she loves Kenya!
An African view on African football
Football unites Ghana
Secret treasures of Great Rift Valley
Breathless in Selenkay
Rich Ethiopian Aroma in India
Vandana Singh reports on how our metros, unlike the religious texts, found the south to be more ‘auspicious’
My friend app
This cup is our cup
Change of prism
Left- hearted, right-minded
The Great Indian Art Scam
Chasing a mirage
AAP’s Punjabi tadka!
One seat two many
‘Indians seem to be comfortable with Caucasians writing about themselves’
is an all new, 16-page English language broadsheet from New Delhi, India. Launched on 2 May 2012, the paper is fast creating a niche for itself with its investigative stories in the crowded news market of the national capital. Durbar Ganguly, former Vice Chairman and Joint Managing Director, The Pioneer Group, is the promoter of the broadsheet.
Rana Som, former Chairman of National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) has joined as Chairman of the advisory board, which also includes former Chairman of Coal India, Partho Bhattacharya.
Daipayan Halder, former Resident Editor of Mid Day, Delhi, is the Executive Editor.
Has the son of India’s richest man killed two persons?
As AICTE loses its case in SC, IIPM crosses 2 million fans on FB
How Ambani’s Reliance corrupted the system
Sex, security and videotapes: CCTV footage from Metro stations find its way to Net
British intelligence alert exposed former CBI chief’s dirty link with meat seller
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