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Jitender Singh 27 has not seen human tragedy on the scale of the Nepalese earthquake before And he is struggling to come to terms with it
The governments push to pass a land bill that will make it easier for industry to buy farmland has spurred the Opposition parties to oppose the move as they sense an opportunity to consolidate their
Parties oppose land bill to gain ground  (28 April 01:16 am) 
The governments push to pass a land bill that will make it easier for industry to buy farmland has spurred the Opposition parties to oppose the move as they sense an opportunity to consolidate their
The Modi government has cancelled the registration of nearly 9000 foreignfunded NGOs that failed to file their annual returns
The Modi government has cancelled the registration of nearly 9000 foreignfunded NGOs that failed to file their annual returns
Crisis loomed over quakehit Nepal on Monday following shortage of food water electricity and medicines as fear drove tens of thousands of people out into the open and the death toll crossed 4000
Crisis loomed over quakehit Nepal on Monday following shortage of food water electricity and medicines as fear drove tens of thousands of people out into the open and the death toll crossed 4000
International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach on Monday laid to rest speculations about Indias possible bid for 2024 Olympics saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not propose it in their
The internal feud within the BCCI took an ugly turn on Monday with board secretary Anurag Thakur launching a stinging attack on ICC chairman N Srinivasan saying that he should actually share
The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE on Monday announced the result for Joint Entrance Examination JEE Main According to media reports the cutoff for JEE Advance is 105
The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE on Monday announced the result for Joint Entrance Examination JEE Main According to media reports the cutoff for JEE Advance is 105
The results of the Indian Institute of Technology IIT Joint Entrance Examination JEE mains which were declared on Monday showed a dip in the cutoff
The devastating 79magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal and surrounding regions on Saturday has killed at least 3700 people and devastated parts of the country destroyed buildings and ancient monuments
The devastating 79magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal and surrounding regions on Saturday has killed at least 4000 people and devastated parts of the country destroyed buildings and ancient monuments
After the 79magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepals Kathmandu Valley many in India who were jolted by the tremors wondered what would have happened if the epicentre had been closer to home Experts have
Dear TRAI we love how transparent youre being innbspthis whole net neutrality debate but seriously what are you thinkingnbsp
Dear TRAI we love how transparent youre being innbspthis whole net neutrality debate but seriously what are you thinkingnbsp
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India was allegedly hacked A group which calls itself AnonOpsIndia claimed on Twitter on Monday that it had takennbspdown thenbsptraigovin websitenbspthrough a
Dear TRAI we love how transparent youre being innbspthis whole net neutrality debate but seriously what are you thinkingnbsp
The Centres hopes to pass the contentious land bill dashed further as Naveen Patnaiks Biju Janta Dal a party that had earlier supported many government legislation unequivocally announced on Saturday
The Centres hopes to pass the contentious land bill dashed further as Naveen Patnaiks Biju Janta Dal a party that had earlier supported many government legislation unequivocally announced on Saturday
The Centres hopes to pass the contentious land bill dashed further as Naveen Patnaiks Biju Janta Dal a party that had earlier supported many government legislation unequivocally announced on Saturday
The Centres hopes to pass the contentious land bill dashed further as Naveen Patnaiks Biju Janta Dal a party that had earlier supported many government legislation unequivocally announced on Saturday
India has ramped up its relief operations in quakeravaged Nepal with the focus on deploying medical and engineering teams and opening up road links to speed up the evacuation of hundreds of stranded
India has ramped up its relief operations in quakeravaged Nepal with the focus on deploying medical and engineering teams and opening up road links to speed up the evacuation of hundreds of stranded