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Two Rajdhani trains catch fire
The fire incident at New Delhi Railway Station’s maintenance yard has once again turned the needle of suspicion towards gangs of urchins operating in and around railway station maintenance yards.
Centre seeks inputs from NCR govts to draw up green blueprint
Fake casting director held for duping aspiring models
5 teachers caught for accepting bribes during exam: ACB
Man killed over business rivalry, accused held
HC grants 10-day interim bail to 1984 riots convict
Nigerian national & woman from Nagaland arrested
Kejriwal commissions Bawana water treatment plant
Five, including vehicle thief, held
AAP to hold rally against Land Ordinance today
SC to decide which judges can hear NJAC Act validity
The issue of conflict of interest and doctrine of bias once again cropped up before a constitution bench of the Supreme Court set up to hear the constitutional validity of the law replacing the appointment of judges by the collegium system.
Don’t view climate change as ‘a business opportunity’: Javadekar
Amit Shah to be greeted with beef party, bandh in Meghalaya
Tax exemption for donations to Greenpeace to be withdrawn
Former Odisha CM JB Patnaik passes away
TMC accuses Cong MP of violating model code in Malda
‘LMV3 will free India from dependence on foreign launchers’
Minister defends cut in fund for Swachh Bharat Mission, water programme
Jaya supports Bhawani Singh’s continuance as SPP in DA case
Indian surgeons remove world’s largest kidney weighing 2.75 kg
Sagina syndrome grips politics
There has been a role reversal for a ‘humble’ Modi and ‘finishing school’ Gandhi.
Janata Parivar: The third incarnation
Ensuring basic amenities for rural India
Could it be a second too long?
Indo-Afghan talks on the horizon
Land bill opens a Pandora’s box
PM Modi demonstrates India’s leadership at green talks
Dry cleaning the Hussainsagar lake
Digging for diseases, past and present
Industry integration for higher education
Xi lauds Pak for backing China’s anti-terror crackdown
Chinese President lauded Pakistan for its anti-terror campaign, especially for its support in the crackdown on separatists in the Xinjiang province.
‘Pak to use US weapons in fight against India, not jihadists’
Death of migrants truly titanic tragedy, says Ban
Auschwitz guard shares ‘moral guilt’, goes on trial
Pulitzer-winner quits journalism to pay rent
South Africa to deploy army over xenophobic attacks
Lakhvi acquitted in Afghan national kidnapping case
2015 migrant death toll 30 times higher
Japan’s maglev train breaks new world speed record
Somalia police: Nine killed by car bomb in capital
TN cancels land allotment for US Coca Cola’s plant
Amid stiff opposition from the locals against Coca Cola’s proposed project in Erode, Tamil Nadu govt said it has cancelled allotment of 71.34 acres of land for the company’s unit.
Wipro Q4 net up 2.1%; Premji scion Rishad elevated to board
Rs 19,377-crore arrears are due to sugarcane farmers, points out Govt
Govt to auction small ONGC-OIL fields to pvt cos
Gold price dips on Akshaya Tritiya; jewellery sales increase 10-20%
India remains world’s third largest steel producer
Sebi directs its staff to declare assets, liabilities
Kotak Bank seeks FIPB nod to hike foreign holding to 55%
Govt exempts ONGC, OIL from LPG subsidy payments in FY16
HCL Tech logs 3.6% quarterly profit rise
The Bengal affair
Heralding the advent of the Bengali New Year or Nabo Barsho, the week-long event was organised, where Bengali music, art and culture held centre stage.
Love on the rocks
Life as we see it
Unraveling art and history
Exquisitely etched in clay
Hail the rebel
A walk through Delhi’s history
Colours of the East
Grandeur of Hampi comes alive
‘We are the finest state in the country’
Royal battle goes to the wire
The match between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab ended in a tie, thereby forcing the match to Super Over.
Bangalore face Chennai in high-voltage home encounter
KKR aim for hat-trick of wins, take on Hyderabad
Injury-hit Madrid tasked with breaking down Atletico wall
I’m used to threat posed by Djokovic, says Nadal
Bhanot set to contest poll for Asian athletics body
Another cricketer hospitalised in Kolkata with head injury
Camaraderie is key to our success: MS
Sports Federations quit IOC after Bach attack
Anand draws with old foe Vladimir Kramnik
Priyanka, Deepika to dance together in Bajirao Mastani
After 12 years, since Devdas, audiences will see two contemporary actresses dance together in the same frame. Priyanka and Deepika will perform a lavni in the upcoming Sanjay Leela Bhansali film.
Want to complete Raviji’s work: Sukanya
Hugh’s Pan release date shifted
Ariana Grande, Big Sean call it quits
Affleck asked to ‘hide’ slave-owning ancestry
Affleck asked to ‘hide’ slave-owning ancestry
Miley Cyrus, Patrick Schwarzenegger break-up?
O Kadhal Kanmani mints over Rs 14 crore
Kangana excited to attend National Awards ceremony
Musical lessons for Sarah Jane
Not much headway
Despite the level of discussion, the two day strategic dialogue did not lead to a plan that could implement the inferences drawn, reports Kriti Upadhyaya.
‘Bollywood is the Indian gateway’
‘Africa on the rise’
More on madness
African voices in India
Another face of Africa
Can India reinvent its Africa engagement? Time to define the relationship
There’s race and then there’s colour
On a bend in the river
Vindication too late!
It all started with a routine audit of coal blocks by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) and turned out to be a major scam in 2012 that involved leading industrialists, political leaders and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, whose chaste and honest image was heavily questioned by the Supreme Court of India.
Find me a home
Rude wake up call!
Battle of wits
Spurred by apathy
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
British intelligence alert exposed former CBI chief’s dirty link with meat seller
How Ambani’s Reliance corrupted the system
Sex, security and videotapes: CCTV footage from Metro stations find its way to Net
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