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Dengue scare: City registers over 10,000 cases, highest in 19 yrs
Over 3,000 fresh dengue cases have been reported in the last one week, taking the total number of people down with the vector-borne fever in the city this year to a menacing 10,683.
Teams to ensure zero corruption: Govt
Jain stresses on govt-private sector collaboration for better health services
Ggn ‘Bike Taxi’ project may give traffic dept a hard time
Only 1,100 e-rickshaws have licence to ply in Delhi: Govt tells HC
Ivory worth over `19 cr seized
Ola still running diesel cabs: HC told
4-year-old’s rape: Four persons detained
HC reserves order on shifting of Millennium bus depot
Man arrested for rape of six-year-old
BoB laundering case: HDFC official among 4 arrested by ED
Four persons, including an HDFC bank employee, were today arrested by Enforcement Directorate (ED) under money laundering charges in the Rs 6,000 crore suspicious remittances case at a Bank of Baroda (BoB) branch in the national capital.
Assam's Homen Borgohain to return Sahitya Akademi award
Honorary Palestinian doctorate for President Mukherjee
Human rights violations in PoK need to be highlighted: Parrikar
Another senior MHA official sent back to his cadre
France to help India in Smart City, Railways projects
CBI to file more FIRs into Kingfisher loans
SC rejects Sinha’s objection on handing over visitors’ diary
Dadri lynching ‘serious’ human rights violation: NHRC
Outrage after Shiv Sainiks blacken Kulkarni’s face
Decoding Modi’s inopportune silence
B K Chum
As the common man’s economic conditions are worseing, institutions of excellence are losing their coveted stature with renowned writers, artists, and scholars quitting them.
Mental health left by the wayside
Metal meltdown, stuttering industry
‘The British origin of Cow Slaughter in India’
In the midst of meat politics in Digital India
May the force be with Modi
Gratitude for Putin’s frank speech on terror
Countdown begins with the New Year
Women to defend our skies?
Seeking a Santhali niche
Oli sworn in Nepal PM, faces challenge of tackling protests
63-year-old Oli, who was elected as Prime Minister in Parliament on Sunday, was administered the oath of office and secrecy by President Ram Baran Yadav at his official residence here.
Rare picture of Taliban founder Mullah Omar surfaces
Fiercest clashes as Syria regime advances with Russian support
India, Palestine call for peaceful settlement of conflict
Egyptian court orders release of 2 Mubarak sons from prison
My Booker shortlist days are gone, says Rushdie
It’s time for brain gain, says Indian scientists in US
Iran summons UAE diplomat over teachers’ arrest
Scotland Yard stop guarding Assange embassy hideout
Indian student in New Zealand goes missing, says report
PC giant Dell to buy EMC in $67 billion mega-deal
EMC Corporation shareholders will receive $24.05 per share in cashin addition to tracking stock linked to a portion of EMC’seconomic interest in VMware, which is an arm of EMC Corporation.
Infosys scrip crashes 4% after FY16 $-revenue guidance cut
Retail inflation rises to 4.41% in Sept on dearer food items
Sebi to consider changes in start-up listing norms: Sinha
China’s Jan-Sept FDI rises 9% to $94.9 bn
India Inc’s H1 IPO fund mobilisation jumps 5-fold
Bhel starts 2,730-mw power projects in 1st half of FY16
Regulator Sebi plans 10-page abridged prospectus for IPOs
Govt bonds over-subscribed; FPIs put in bids worth `17,266 crore
Post-Panchpatmali, Odisha okays another bauxite mine for Nalco
‘I am performing in Delhi after 10 years’
Millennium Post caught up with Leela Samson, a respected teacher, choreographer and writer, soon after her performance at Purana Qila in the national Capital.
Step on the beautiful carpets
Royina Grewal Launches her latest book on Babur
First-born kids more likely to be nearsighted
Aqua aerobics: New rage among fitness enthusiasts
Urinary infection may cause falls in older people
Beware! Antioxidants can cause cancer to spread faster
Sanjeev Kapoor meets ‘great’ expectations
Changing walking pace burns more calories
Mishra keen to steal ODI spot
Making traditional leg-spin look attractive and effective in the opening ODI against South Africa, India’s Amit Mishra is keen to hold on to his ODI spot after an impressive return to the limited-overs field here.
Pandora’s box: Vincent claims Mongia was in ICL ‘fixers gang’
‘Have no intention to be FIFA prez’
Germany, Poland head to Euro 2016, play-offs for Ireland
Squash: Dipika, Joshana secure tight wins in US Open
FIFA bans Thai football chief
Point-less India take on Oman in football WC qualifiers
Junior hockey: Great Britain beat India 4-3 in Sultan of Johor Cup
Warner, Johnson back in Aussie Test camp training
Ajmal becomes member of a religious group!
A whacky comedy on death by Kalki
Woody Allen’s sense of humour has always attracted me and I love the way he can make life so meaningful and yet show us what a farce it can be at the same time, says the Margarita with a Straw star.
Vaani Kapoor to romance Ranveer Singh in Befikre
‘Hollywood recognition won’t help you get good work here’
Lawrence gives piggyback ride to Aziz Ansari
Vin answers ‘body-shamers’ with six-pack abs
Janet sets new records as she tops US albums chart
Taylor Swift my daughter’s idol: Gwyneth Paltrow
Julia Roberts ‘obsessed’ with husband
Shruti Haasan wishes her sister on B-day
Remo hurts himself on Dance + set
Is India still sleeping?
The 3rd India-Africa Summit is an opportunity for New Delhi not to be caught following the dragon’s tail but rather setting its own mark in its African engagement, writes Sanusha Naidu.
Eye of the camera
Queen of the wild nurtures Indian wilderness
Of love and loss
My first day in India
Shiva, Devendro enter quarters; Mandeep bows out
Wake up call for india
Intertwining Indo-African dreams
India’s Africa policy under Modi
Is there a future for Kenya’s lions?
Let the river live
Religious practices play a very important role in our lives. With festivals in line – Ganesha Chaturthi, Vishwakarma Puja, and upcoming Durga Puja – the issue of idol immersion in the water bodies has once again garnered the spotlight. The practice of immersion of idols in water bodies at the conclusion of festivals has increasingly come to harm the environment, reports Kanika Mehta.
Right to live
To caste or to castaway
Cheap phones, big dreams
Inked in blood
Phishing for trouble
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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