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500 hotspots to get free wi-fi across East Delhi by December
Over 500 locations across East Delhi will be made high-speed wi-fi zones by the end of this year allowing access to free internet till a pre-determined limit daily, the Delhi government announced on Friday.
DCW doubts credibility of probe into girl’s death
Sisodia reviews flood preparedness of various agencies
Caesarean ploy: Hospitals knowingly go for it to cash in on would-be-mothers
Boy hit by cricket bat dies as match takes violent turn
Street vendor decapitated in accommodation
SDMC to provide benefits to plot owners under new bye-laws
Youth held, juveniles apprehended for killing 16-year-old girl
Angry over wife’s excessive use of smartphone, man kills her & self
Man lynched to death by locals after failed kidnapping attempt
Black money: I-T dept comes up with list of asset valuers
The Income Tax department on Friday published a country-wide list of registered asset valuers for those who wish to declare their untaxed funds and properties under the one-time domestic black money compliance window that opened this month.
Siddaramaiah goes into damage control mode as discontent grows
India's SCO membership will help drive its economic growth:PM
NIT fee hiked to Rs 1.25 lakh from Rs 7,000 per annum
HC quashes vigilance court proceedings against Chandy
CBI files four supplementary charge-sheets in Vayapam case
Congress trains guns on Modi over NSG issue
Union Ministers’ convoy attacked in Odisha
Modi, Putin vow to take forward India-Russia ties
India’s SCO membership will help drive its economic growth: PM
Brexit adds to global uncertainties
India can ride out storm and reset special bilateral ties.
Ramifications of Brexit beyond Britain
Andrew Bauer and Matthieu Salomon
Natural resources can meet Myanmar's needs
Curious case of missing children
Data security for 21st century India
Coarse texture of Pakistani diplomacy
Hedging its bets on coal to bring power to the people
Cong factionalism peaks in Karnataka
Brexit may deliver fatal punch to Paris climate pact
Dissenting against the GST Bill
N Korea threatens to detain US prisoners
North Korea on Tuesday threatened to detain indefinitely two Americans if former detainee and Christian missionary Kenneth Bae kept publicly criticising the Kim Jong-un regime.
Any NSG exception to disturb regional stability: Pakistan
UK’s historic EU referendum on knife-edge as millions vote
Turkey may hold UK-style referendum
China defends its oppn to India’s NSG bid
California fire destroys 80 buildings, closes highways
Scottish leader: New referendum ‘highly likely’
US respects British decision: Obama
Trump hails it as ‘great thing’
Brexit positive for India-UK ties: Hinduja
Brexit: RBI, Govt seek to soothe wracked investor nerves
Seeking to calm turbulent markets following Brexit, government and RBI on Friday said India’s sound macro economic fundamentals backed by planned structural reforms and firewalls will help it weather any major fallout of UK’s leaving the European Union.
We have enough ‘firepower’ to deal with Brexit fallout: Das
Oil PSUs to invest Rs 6,000 crore in Assam this fiscal: Pradhan
India Inc worried by ‘Pandora’s box of grave uncertainties’
£ collapses to 31-year low as Britain quits European Union
Rs crashes by 71 paise, Sensex slides 605 points
All 22 refineries to have petrochem hubs...1 cr jobs to be created: Govt
Meghalaya to take up coal mining resumption issue with Union Govt
Boundary row’s impact on Sino-Indian trade not more than marginal: Jaitley
Govt mulling conversion of unused airports into special economic zones
Using phones in dark may cause ‘smartphone blindness’
Problems occurred because the patients were looking at their phone with just one eye, with the other eye blocked by a pillow when they were lying down, the doctors said.
Expressing life through hues
Beautify your abode
Get a Spot-on look
Dwayne Johnson wanted for The Wolf Man
Tips for men’s styling
Employees use Facebook to kill mental fatigue
Smoking may affect male fertility
Talent on display
Up above the world so high
Reawakened Ronaldo up against a Croatia with teeth
Cristiano Ronaldo awoke from his Euro 2016 slumber in time to rescue Portugal from an early exit, but faces a greater challenge against a classy Croatia side that Portugal coach Fernando Santos called "sharks".
Mohammad Shami guides Mohun Bagan to 296 run win in 1st ever pink ball match at Eden Gardens
Imran Khan hopes Amir doesn’t face hostility in UK
Mathews gives Sri Lanka a shot against England
ICC T20I rankings: Bumrah scores career best No 2 spot
BCCI trusts Kumble: Thakur
ICC may scrap Champions Trophy after 2017
Rod Laver would be happy if Novak wins tennis’ Grand Slam
Haroon to be new Director of Cricket Operations in PCB
Rio bus missed but Mary Kom not quitting just yet
‘Sky is the limit with right director’
Alia says that she tries to get the emotional vein of her character rather than stress about the physical appearance, admitting that her most difficult film was Udta Punjab.
Hope more Indians take chances in H’wood: Deepika
Don’t restrict yourself: Priyanka Chopra’s message to youth
Fans slam Ben Affleck for abuse-laden rant
Katherine Heigl is pregnant
Britain underestimating number of child abuse victims: Schwimmer
I am dying to get married: Salman Khan
Nicholas Hoult joins celeb dating app to find love
Rogue One to bring back Darth Vader
Salma Hayek opens up about body insecurities
Draped in colours
Behind the glitz and glamour of the recently held third India Africa forum summit lies a simple fact that India is still as clueless about its intentions and policy towards Africa as it has always been, reports Kriti Upadhyaya.
African voices in India
Inspiring Kenyan warriors to save lions
Queen of the wild nurtures Indian wilderness
Indian eves lose to NZ in four-nation series opener
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Unprecedented and historic
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Of trade and technology
Africa talks to Africa Rising - Of India
Zambia @51 Message from Acting High Commissioner Sikapale Henry Chinzewe
Uniting india and africa with music
KUNDAN JHA explains how contractual appointments are proving to be a bane for higher education specially in centres of excellence like Delhi University.
Let life flow
Line of Fire
Gurgaon: 50 shades darker
Unable to live
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.
Arya Rudra, former Coordinating Editor of Statesman, Kolkata, is the Executive Editor.
Has the son of India’s richest man killed two persons?
IAF planning to induct women in fighter aircraft stream: Air Force chief
Why is Aveek Sarkar so desperate to discredit Mamata Banerjee?
As AICTE loses its case in SC, IIPM crosses 2 million fans on FB
How Ambani’s Reliance corrupted the system
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