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Discom audit: New govt to get report in 7 months
The new government in the national Capital has to wait for seven odd months to get the final report of the ongoing Discom audit.
Women’s safety most emotive issue, may prove decisive
Poor representation has put women’s issues on back burner
‘Would’ve been better if BJP fought elections when AAP had quit’
Millionaires galore, 230 ‘crorepatis’ in poll fray
Uber victim files lawsuit in US court
Uber victim files lawsuit in US court
BJP poses second set of five questions to AAP
High Court dismisses St. Stephen staffer’s plea against suspension
MNC exec steals bag containing laptop, cell phone
Bagrodia, Gupta ‘prima facie committed misconduct’
Former Minister of State for Coal Santosh Bagrodia, ex-Coal Secretary H C Gupta and a Coal Ministry official prima facie committed criminal misconduct and facilitated a private firm to unlawfully obtain a coal block.
Don’t frame schemes you can’t implement: SC to Govt
Mamata threatens action against forcible conversion
JK Govt formation: Formal talks with PDP yet to begin, says BJP
Budget Session to begin on Feb 23
‘Madam, I write to you with a very heavy heart’
CBI registers 3 fresh PEs to probe green clearances during Jayanthi tenure
Panel formed to probe recovery of 100 skeletons
J&K floods: Govt approval to rehabilitation
‘Keep vigil on children performing in circus’
Superbugs immune to antibiotics
K V Venkatasubramanian
Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is spreading. India faces serious repercussions.
Teaching India for a better tomorrow
“Do anything to reduce vehicle speed inside cities”
Delhi elections: Twist in the tale
RK Laxman and his love for the common crow
Bruised sentiments or fractured humanity?
Obama’s reminder to Indian polity
Patent laws: Are we losing the battle?
‘The world needs a new work culture, not just jobs’
Down to Earth
What India can learn from Norway
Bomb attack on Shia mosque in Pakistan leaves 40 dead
At least 40 people were killed and 50 others injured in a powerful blast that brought down the roof of a packed minority Shia mosque in Pakistan.
Committed to finding Flight MH370, vows Malaysian PM
ISIS-linked group kills 30, mostly soldiers, in Egypt
Italy lawmakers fail to elect new president in first round
Forge consensus for constitution: Nepal PM to Prachanda
‘23 times’ death sentence for 3 Taliban militants
Sri Lanka installs new top judge after furore in parliament
Lanka budget hits channel owned by Rajapaksa family
John Kerry fined for not clearing his snowy sidewalk
Mugabe named new African Union chairman
Bring world to Indian cell phones: PM to IT experts
Prime Minister Modi asked the country’s IT experts to explore ways to provide as many services as possible through mobile phones to boost M-Governance.
UK Pay-TV giant Sky to enter mobile market
Sugar companies up output estimate by 2%, warn of glut
CIL stake sale sails through; Govt to get Rs 22,557 crore
IFCI records impressive Q3 numbers
GAIL not to shut Assam LPG recovery plant
Group recasts biz to consolidate ports, power, mining
Shares rocket 11% to reach 52-wk high in intra-day trade
Adani flagship’s Q3 profit up 6-fold
JSW Steel suffers 29% decline in quarterly net
The 10th Edition of the Mahindra Excellence Theatre Award (META) is here to celebrate the power of the stage and honour talent.
All about Philippines
Punjab platter is here
The literati affair
Kolkata Book Fair: Walk down literary lane
Sangeet Natak Akademi gets new Chairman
Knock on wood
Treat for theatre lovers
Eng knock out listless India
India were knocked out of the tri-series cricket tournament after yet another spineless display as England recovered from a top-order collapse.
‘Happy to score under pressure’
Djokovic, Murray set for mouth-watering summit clash
Mattek-Safarova clinch doubles crown with ease
Woods struggles in 1st event of year
Paes-Hingis storm into mixed doubles final
Warriors stage fantastic fightback, beat Delhi 3-1
Paul van Ass named new hockey coach
Lokesh Rahul belts 337 as Karnataka take control
We’re in ‘catch-22’ situation: MSD
Never had second thoughts about doing Shamitabh: Akshara
The 24-year-old actress who worked as an assistant director for four years plays a quirky character in the movie. Besides her, the film also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Dhanush.
Intimate scenes weren’t difficult: Sapna
PK will be a hit in China too, feels Hirani
Ego doesn’t exist for me: Big B
Enrique accused of plagiarism
I just want whatever Kim wants: Kanye
Sofia boosts workout for wedding
Shakira welcomes second son
Khatron Ke... sequel is better: Rohit
Hollywood movies are without substance: Lucas
Indian Oil Rush in Mozambique
‘As India augments the process of capacity building in the oil and gas sector, it could take a leadership position to ensure that wealth is equitably distributed and Africa’s natural resources remain a blessing,’ shares Anuj Agarwal
The Naivasha Owl Centre: Caring for injured raptors in Kenya
Ensuring medical compliance sweetly: Songs on Ebola are great hits in Africa
Who rallied the West to west African crisis?
Birds eye view
The Africa within
How black is Niger delta?
Oil prices tumble, USA's loss India's gain
A much awaited meet
No breakthroughs in foreign ministers’ meet on Ukraine
The nowhere people
Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have brought cheer to Indian-Americans by merging Person of Indian Origin (PIO) and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cards to relax visa rules within two months after his promise made during his first visit to the United States last year, but he has done very little to bring back the smile on the faces of thousands of Pakistan’s minority who are counting their days under the dark shadow of uncertainty in India.
Age and ageing
Politics of colonies
The acerbic scar
Chasing terror, courting trade
Food that empowers
Splinters of discontent
Wherein lies salvation
Make in India
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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