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CBI raids 14 whereabouts of Yadav Singh, registers 2 cases against him
In a major setback for the suspended Chief Engineer of NOIDA, Greater NOIDA and YEIDA, investigating teams of CBI on Tuesday carried out raids at as many as 14 whereabouts in several districts including Noida and Ghaziabad.
AAP govt warns DERC against power tariff hike
CISF helps Delhi Metro users retrieve lost valuables
After rains, Capital faces traffic horror
Use of polythene bags unchecked despite ban: Green court told
28-yr-old wanted criminal held
Stephen’s governing body approves leave to DUTA prez
HC dismisses plea of convicts to provide true DNA report
North MCD to digitise property records
7-yr-old boy mauled to death by street dogs in SE Delhi
Govt ready to accept land panel recommendations
Government on Tuesday expressed readiness to accept recommendations of the Parliamentary panel on land, which restored provisions of the UPA law, insisting that it was not a climbdown as it was always open to changes on which there is consensus.
Pak Rangers shell 17 BoPs, villages in Jammu, one killed
Rajiv assassination case: TN slams Cong-led UPA govts
Nearly 41,000 cases pending with NHRC, says Govt
Palpable scam brews in Haryana excise department
Govt lifts ban on websites sans child pornography
Rajan rebuffs govt pressure, interest rates unchanged
Oppn parties rally behind Congress, govt holds firm
FSSAI-approved lab finds Maggi noodles safe
Helicopter goes missing in Arunachal Pradesh
Congress fails to learn key lessons
Sonia’s stand on Modi borders on being xenophobic, built on hubris.
Barun Das Gupta
Can the Naga treaty end insurgency?
Rajan has the final say on rate cut
Power play at the world trade body
Two cheers for agitating FTII students
Development wars: Money for nothing
Renewable energy for a better future
Yakub execution: A complex affair
Remarkable population growth
Government’s apathy over OROP
Admiral Arun Prakash
Mullah Omar’s son killed in Pak: Top Afghan lawmaker
The son of late Taliban supremo Mullah Omar has been killed in Quetta with opposing factions and Pakistan having a hand in his death, according to a top Afghan lawmaker.
Loyalists retake Yemen’s biggest airbase in a blow for rebels
Xi consolidates hold on PLA by appointing young officers
Biden’s entry may throw new challenge to Clinton campaign
Modi expected to address UN Sustainable Development Summit
Oz to build new naval fleet in $65 bn package
‘Gupta should end challenge to insider trading verdict’
Ukraine prez calls generals after failed peace talks
Jindal confident of winning Iowa Caucus, New Hampshire
UK extends anti-ISIS air strikes by year
‘RBI governor needs autonomy, not veto powers’
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday seemed willing to concede space on the vexed issue of veto power for the central bank chief and said a "broad consensus" has been reached with the government on contours of the proposed panel for deciding interest rates.
India Inc continues to blame interest rates for poor show
No separate law planned for e-commerce, clarifies Centre
Vedanta Resources bettting on India for future growth
Realty sector needs bold policy decisions: DLF Chairman
1,774 people above 100 yrs drawing pension from PSBs
Bharti Airtel rings in 40% quarterly profit increase
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou meets Modi, talks to Adani on iPhone JV
Taparia Tools launches new hammer drills
Transport workers to join nationwide September 2 strike
Intriguing love triangle
In the play, Imran Zahid essays the role of Aarav, a rich and suave hotelier who falls in love with an already married florist, Vasudha, played by Rachaittri Gupta. Vasudha’s husband Hari is portrayed by Viren Basoya.
UN Grants Special Consultative Status to KISS
Physical activity good for the elderly
Food essentials for lustrous skin
Perfectionism may stress you out
Aquariums can lower BP, improve mood
Joke with babies to make them smart
Bees naturally vaccinate their babies: Study
Bullies least likely to be depressed, says study
The story of the sitar
BCCI needs to be transparent: Sonowal
Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that like any other sports federation of the country, the Indian Cricket Board also need to be made accountable and transparent.
Vijay says there is no pressure on batsmen
Indian conditions not helpful for seamer all-rounders
Andy Murray returns to DC tournament after 2006
Delhi’s specially-abled athletes win 7 medals
Simeone ‘fortunate’ to coach Atletico Madrid
5% Indian athletes among blood dope offenders: Reports
Bajrang, Babita qualify for 2015 World Wrestling Championship
China volleyball chief in corruption probe
Chinglensana, Sunil score as India beat France 2-0
I am choosy about who I am associated with: Kangana Ranaut
The Queen star says she is particular about whom she is associated with and is not comfortable walking the ramp for just any designer. The collection and the designer matters to her the most.
Poster of SRK’s Fan released
Sonakshi Sinha ‘can’t wait’ to play Dawood’s sister
Will Smith, wife shut down divorce rumours
Sofia Vergara glad to be young parent
Sooraj to share screen space with Ajay Devgn?
‘Was not conscious of doing television’
Ronan Keating to get married in Scotland
Jessica Alba’s company under fire for ineffective sunscreen
‘Was not conscious of doing television’
Welcome home, Son
Barack Obama is scheduled to make his first trip as President to Kenya – the country of his father’s birth – on July 24, reports Silas Nyanchwani.
On the question of race
Basket weaving a cultural identity
‘I am busy, call me later,’ martyr Baljit’s last words to daughter
The beauty of Malawi
Cleared for take-off?
#The Real Africa
Dj gambian keeps mumbai club goers on their toes
Phishing for trouble
It was a regular afternoon in May, when Mrs Sarala Kapoor (name changed) received a call on her mobile phone. The person on the other side claimed to be from the Mumbai branch of a private bank in which Mrs Sarala has a savings account. In the papers, she had read about fraudsters duping gullible bank customers by cunningly asking them about PIN numbers and One Time Passwords (OTPs). Also she had often been reminded about the same by her bank through regular SMS and e-mails.
Revival or recantation
The inside story
Leaving on a jet plane
The question of choice
Don’t they deserve more?
Unpaid & unsung
Lost and not found
Battle in Berlin
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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