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PM wants to reverse our decisions; they will arrest Maliwal, says CM
Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to reverse numerous decisions of the AAP government through Najeeb Jung and remove DCW chief Swati Maliwal who, he claimed, will be “arrested” soon.
Delhi book fair: Our best friend is back again
4-year-old boy dies under EDMC truck’s wheels, driver on the run
ABVP’s JNU unit V-P resigns from post
Two Nigerian nationals arrested for duping woman of Rs 2.25 lakh
Slain cop’s murderers arrested by Special Cell sleuths
Barkha Singh recruited wives of babus, alleges DCW chief
Centre using Delhi Police against AAP MLAs: Jain
6-month-old girl kidnapped hospital, later found on e-rickshaw
PM trying to reverse AAP govt decisions through LG: Kejriwal
12 coaches of express train derail in Kerala, none injured
Twelve coaches of Thiruvananthapuram- Mangalore express derailed in the wee hours on Sunday near Karukutty station, around 45 kms from here, Southern Railway said ''No casualties were reported in the incident''.
JNU rape case: Varsity suspends accused scholar
Kashmir suffers 50th day of Pak-plotted unrest, misery
Flood fury continues in Bihar; death toll hits 153
Cauvery water release: Karnataka govt says no to TN, Oppn supports
Environment Minister seeks report on elephant deaths in Bengal train accident
Mid-intensity tremors strike Himachal Pradesh
Ex-Coal Secy withdraws plea to face trial from jail
Majhi tragedy: Cop suspended for ‘breaking’ woman’s body, carrying it on bamboo pole
Amit Shah tells BJP CMs to effectively execute Centre’s pro-poor agenda
Urjit Patel and the inflation battle
National Democratic Alliance government harps on a growth balance.
India needs to tread the innovation path to progress
Veteran affairs – A glaring contrast
Guru Prakash and Sudarshan Ramabadran
In rural India, there is less to eat
Improving India’s oilseeds production
Stability in Nepal is in New Delhi’s interests
Dana Majhi of Kalahandi
Prime Minister’s misreading of history
New Guv may breathe easy on inflation
Italy holds mass funeral for earthquake victims
Italy held a tear-drenched funeral on Saturday for dozens of its earthquake victims as the country observed a day of mourning over a disaster that killed nearly 300 people.
N Korea threatens to fire at US and South Korea troops
Turkey sends more tanks into Syria after IS-held town capture
Kashmir issue: Sharif to despatch 22 spl envoys to world capitals
British PM Theresa orders major audit to check racial disparities
Turkey allows policewomen to wear Islamic headscarf
German Mayor fires Muslim intern for wearing head scarf
France court suspends burkini ban
Erdogan, Putin agree to step up aid for Syria’s Aleppo
Food and drug body expands Zika screening to all US blood centres
‘Why are most world arbitration court judges from West bloc?’
As India seeks to develop into a hub of international arbitration, Law and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday lamented that only a “small fragment” of members from the Indian judiciary are part of the international dispute resolution mechanism.
Singapore company to build $400-mn IT park in Gurgaon
Sindhu’s brand value surges 10 times to Rs 2 cr per endorsement
Kashmir unrest costs state Rs 6,400 crore in 49 days
Hasina defends Indo-Bangla power plant against green plot
Japan’s Bridgestone rolls legendary US tyre brand Firestone into India
Case for rate hike now stronger: Yellen
GMR wins contract for Goa’s Mopa airport
Country’s 91 major reservoirs’ water level rises to 65%
RCom, Aircel expected to sign merger deal by first week of Sept
Childhood head injury may up mental illness, mortality risk
Brain injuries, including concussions in childhood, can increase the risk of mental illness, poor school attainment as well as premature death, finds a study.
Teenagers who feel safe at school get higher grades
Depression in HIV patients may up heart attack risk
Using Facebook, Twitter may cut BP, diabetes in elderly
Making a career out of hobby
Celebrating Bengali Cinema
Of all things artistic
Aquatic treadmill found effective for stroke patients
Dhoni admits execution of his last ball dismissal wrong
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today admitted that the execution of his last ball dismissal which led to his side's one-run loss against the West Indies was wrong but sought to dwell on the positives from the nerve-wrecking Twenty20 International match here.
Centurion Lewis takes Windies to 245/6 in first T20I
Saketh Myneni makes it to US Open singles main draw
Proteas dominate Day I as top four hit fifties against Kiwis
BAI welcomes PM’s move to set up Oly Task Force
Bayern Munich rout Werder Bremen 6-0 in season opener
Paes-Begemann enter Winston Salem Open final
Sarfraz’s ton leads Pak to 251 against Eng
Paes-Begemann lose ATP final
Thierry Henry named Belgium assistant coach
‘Men gossip more than women’
Being brought up in a Punjabi family, Ssumeir Pasricha alias Pammi aunty says that Pammi is a combination of all the ladies he has come across as a neighbour, his mother’s friends, aunties, nani and dadi and all those whom he still comes across.
Sonam to campaign against malnutrition
SRK, Akshay among highest paid actors, ‘The Rock’ tops list
Ranveer Singh to star in Padmavati
Bravo to sing for Tum Bin 2
Demi Moore in ‘Rock That Body’
Madonna surprises fans at the screening of her documentary
Therapy helps me stay normal: Katy Perry
Hailey Baldwin is inspired by Rihanna
‘Not given chance to explore my acting abilities’
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
At a time when India is going through a revolution in mindset, economy and much more, the women’s show at Olympics brought about a societal as well as a sporting upheaval. Just as Sakshi Malik and P V Sindhu got home the only two medals from Rio Olympics 2016, a cricket-frenzy country celebrated these women warriors with full fervour, writes Abreshmina S Quadri.
Tech & Tales
Once there was a Garden City
Pangs of Partition
Vale of discontent
Vote to disintegrate
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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