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Lashkar’s top man arrested
Delhi Police have arrested a top operative of Lashkar-e-Taiba who was allegedly involved in indoctrination and recruitment of youths and planning and execution of terror strikes across the country.
Separate lock-ups and prisons needed for transgenders: Court
Manipuri man beaten up by neighbour in Gurgaon
DERC confused over widening revenue gap
Man found dead in parked car
Two robbers arrested after long chase
Now, learn about doctor availability, check-up dates in Hindu Rao hospital through SMS
Notice to Hindu College over sports quota
Sanitary inspector’s house burgled in RK Puram
24-year-old shot at by friends in northwest Delhi
‘UPSC row to be resolved in a week’
Months of agitation by the UPSC aspirants over Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) started bearing fruits after the union government on Monday have ensured to resolve the issue within a week, which will do justice to the people especially those coming from the Hindi-belt.
Indian mission asks its nationals to leave Libya as violence escalates
Court stays EC order against ex-Maha CM Ashok Chavan
Sena calls Belgaum police action ‘Kannada terrorism’
Heavy rains cause flooding in Kota
Thane building collapses after heavy rains, none injured
Global ambitions: IIT Kharagpur invites more foreign student, faculties
CPI(M)’s student wing not to give up campus strikes
MP govt to bring out daily on lines of Saamana
BJP bats for ease of voting for NRIs; Cong, Left oppose
Modi, Deng: Two of a kind
Deng Xiaoping’s leadership in China is juxtaposed by two legendaries. He was one of the greatest revolutionary in the long march to set up a proletarian society and conversely, at same time, was a great reformer of the Chinese economy.
Economics in black and white
Have a heart to cure ailing livers
Towards greater politics of solidarity
Commonwealth is still beyond limits for some
Charade to please his new masters
Not at home in the world
Congress dissidents playing havoc
Mamata turns a new page
Barun Das Gupta
Denuding universities of autonomy
L S Herdenia
‘Downing of MH17 may amount to a war crime’
The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 ‘may amount to a war crime’, the UN said on Monday.
S Korean teens tell how they were left to escape sinking ferry
Muslims mark gloomy Eid amid MH17 crash, Gaza conflict
Lull in Gaza fighting as US, UN call for durable ceasefire
Huge oil depot blaze puts Libya’s Tripoli under threat
‘Six children among 15 dead in Aleppo bombing’
Death toll mounts as clashes intensify in Ukraine
Obama looks forward to working with PM Modi: White House
Hamas leader Meshaal demands end to occupation
Japanese get anti-radiation pills ahead of nuclear restart
Centre wants states to cut local taxes on diesel, calls meeting
Difference in diesel prices is primarily because of higher local sales tax or VAT and levy of state taxes like octroi and entry tax on the fuel.
RBI dismisses Naidu’s plea to waive agri-loans
Amway India MD & CEO Pinckney released on bail
Adani’s $15.5-bn Carmichael coal project gets Oz Govt nod
Sebi bars NGHDL, directors from collecting money from public
BCCL starts water cooler facility at mosque under CSR
Court adjourns Satyam fraud case to 11 August
Food Corporation raises short-term loan of Rs 20,000 cr
Bhel bags Rs 68-cr solar power project order
Cairn India ranked as India’s fastest growing company
It’s all Greek to me!
Prithvi Fine Art and Cultural Centre is organising an exhibition of paintings Sketbe-Greece by 18 Greek artists curated by Sangeeta Gupta as part of a cultural exchange programme.
On a literary high
The golden colour of joy
Count on the contemporary
Bridging the gap
A matter of mind
The world of the new
Shooters continue good run
‘Pistol King’ Jitu Rai kept his reputation intact by clinching the gold medal before Gagan Narang and Gurpal Singh claimed a silver each.
Bell on song, Eng pile up 569/7
Ind back to square one at Southampton
Thrilling draw takes SA atop ICC Test ranking
Misbah to remain captain till the 2015 World Cup
‘India will have an outside chance against Serbia’
Man City crush AC Milan 5-1 in friendly
Pires joins ISL
Inzi ready to accept Pak coaching role
Ishant to undergo more tests on sore leg: Joe Dawes
‘Muslim guy, Brahmin girl not my life story’
Kareena Kapoor and Salman Khan's next Bajrangi Bhaijaan is about a Brahmin girl and Muslim boy, but the former says that it has no correlation with her personal life.
Kick does not do justice to the original, says Surender Reddy
If I am good actor, I don’t need a bikini: Humaima
Justin Bieber jealous of Cara Delevingne
Paige Reifler gets death threats for dating Harry Styles!
Finally, Kerry Washington on Twitter
Kylie Jenner ‘rude to fans’
Is Kanye West a controlling husband?
Finding Fanny premier 17 days before release
Ali Zafar now dons director's hat
Will Ethiopia finally get its tourism act together?
Ethiopia seems to be stuck in Discovery channel, while other African countries have fetched adequate minutes on various Travel shows. Kenya is known for its Safaris, Egypt eternally for the Sphinx, South Africa for its wildlife and wines, but Horn of Africa doesn’t carry similar recall value.
Africa’s flying big five
The river horse of Africa
World’s Last wilderness - that’s OMO
It only beats Africa!
They tend to qualify but then disintegrate!
Ethiopian: Now Boarding
Why she loves Kenya!
Satao's last stand
An African view on African football
In the national capital, the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences alone comes across nearly 30,000 cases of non-regressive chronic liver disease cases in a year, which ultimately end in liver failure. These patients are really faced with just two options: an immediate transplant or a painful death.
My friend app
This cup is our cup
Change of prism
Left- hearted, right-minded
The Great Indian Art Scam
Chasing a mirage
AAP’s Punjabi tadka!
One seat two many
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.
Daipayan Halder, former Resident Editor of Mid Day, Delhi, 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
Sex, security and videotapes: CCTV footage from Metro stations find its way to Net
British intelligence alert exposed former CBI chief’s dirty link with meat seller
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