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Trade Fair rush leaves Blue Line Metro commuters jostling for space
Delhi Metro commuters had a horrific experience at the Blue line Corridor on Wednesday owing to the “excessive” passenger rush at the Pragati Maidan station due to the ongoing India International Trade Fair.
Delhi Metro sees an alarming upsurge in crime this year
Major lifestyle ailments on the rise in Capital, warn doctors
Provide free parking to visitors or we will take them over: SDMC
‘Absence of adequate cops at airports encourage touting’
DCW notice to police over poor response of helpline number
Sanjay Lake to get ‘meditation centre’
Auto Expo 2016 to be held in Greater Noida
Married woman accuses branch head of stalking, molesting her
4 assaulted by group of 15 at Amity
CDs are documents, can be considered as evidence: SC
In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court has allowed compact discs (CDs) to be treated as a document under the law and said that litigants should be allowed to prove or disprove such electronic proof in judicial proceedings.
Nepal ‘shifting’ blame for its atrocities to SSB: India
Rain continues to pour misery in Tamil Nadu, toll mounts to 176
BJP, Sena hit out at Aamir
We believe in GST, govt has to reach out: Rahul
Stage set for Govt, Oppn fireworks
BJP accuses Cong govt of trying to wind up Lokayukta
HUL, Airtel, LG under scanner for misleading ads
Pak, Nepal call for ‘dialogue’ to improve relations with India
No one can claim trademark right on holy books, rules Apex Court
Myanmar faces problems galore
Barun Das Gupta
While befriending Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD, New Delhi should not antagonize the army.
Gen Raheel Sharif: ‘There is a god on the ground’
Capital labour rush: Debt and migration
The name is Bond, Green Bond
India’s East Asian push will be mutually beneficial
Demolishing climate terrorism in Paris
Swachh Bharat cess raises big concern
New politics, same old whine
Dirty pictures across the board
Waqar Ahmed Fahad
Grand Alliance of opportunists
Downing of warplane: Russia accuses Turkey of ‘provocation’
The jet downing has threatened ties between two major rival players in the Syrian war and raised fears it could escalate into a wider geopolitical conflict.
Putin sends air defense missiles to Syria to deter Turkey
Hollande, Obama vow unity against IS, appeal to Russia
Muslim school in UK found practising gender segregation
Canada to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by end of February
Chicago police officer charged with murder, video released
Tunisia declares state of emergency after bus blast
EU must limit migrant numbers: French PM
Obama, Erdogan to de-escalate Turkey-Russia tension
Indian-origin air rage passenger jailed in UK
CVC examines US Wal-Mart’s top executives for corruption
MNC has submitted balance sheets of past 7 years, seeks time to give more documents.
India world champ in CR reporting
Dating app Tinder’s downloads up 400%; women more active
‘Employees no more inclined to start-ups, want to switch’
AI flies high
I-T Dept launches PAN-based litigation management
India’s oil import bill likely to dip 35% in FY16
LIC staff, Govt agree on 15% salary hike
Vedanta names Pallavi Bakhru Senior VP
Bank employee association defers December strike after talks
When art goes beyond boundaries
The event will have 20 eminent contemporary artists participating from India and Bangladesh.
Haryana pavilion nurtures local talent
Going back to mythology
Overweight? Lose kilos, not hope with proper BMI
Loneliness is deadly for elderly
Stress may lead to skin problems
Get eight-hour sleep to enhance memory
Indulging in art
‘Spirituality is strength of India’s humanity’
Exercise can protect brain against ageing
SA face spin ordeal after India shot out for 215
Indian batsmen capitulated meekly against both pace and spin to be shot out for 215 before hitting back at South Africa with two early scalps on day one.
First in 138 years: Tea before Supper during Day/Night Test
Sania-Hesh get better of Paes-Navratilova pair
Sindhu advances in Macau Open
Indian hockey eves hold Argentina 2-2
We will field competitive team in U-17 WC: AIFF
Messi delighted to be back to his best
FC Goa hold North East United to 1-1 draw
AIBA gives go ahead for polls to sort Indian boxing mess
Champions League: Brilliant Barca, Bayern through to last 16
My music Shouldn’t be bigger than a movie: Rahman
Rahman started his journey by composing scores for documentaries and TV shows before he got his first movie break.
Directors trust Sonam as an actor: Anil Kapooor
Cumberbatch sceptical about ‘Sherlock’ holiday special
Jackie wants to make documentary on mother
Tom Cruise in talks for The Mummy reboot
Bacon to reprise his Tremors role for TV reboot
Julia Roberts thinks her marriage is ‘fascinating’
I am working on Rajneeti 2: Prakash Jha
SRK-Kajol don’t take their stardom for granted: Varun
Film industry has always been leftist: Anurag Basu
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
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
The Dosa I had always imagined
Once upon a time
Terrorism as a subject in itself has been a process to revolt for over years today. Revolt has been in various forms with finger pointing at one another at every given opportunity. The most recent being the rise of the ISIS and the crisis at Syria. Shayak Roy revisits history to see where did it all begin.
Grand Alliance, grandiose plans
Bringing light to darkness
Drowned by glamour
Let the river live
Right 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?
As AICTE loses its case in SC, IIPM crosses 2 million fans on FB
How Ambani’s Reliance corrupted the system
British intelligence alert exposed former CBI chief’s dirty link with meat seller
Sex, security and videotapes: CCTV footage from Metro stations find its way to Net
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