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Exhibiting a new kind of foreign policy approach, PM Narendra Modi reached out to US president Barack Obama during their meetings in Myanmar and Australia to invite him to be chief guest at the 2015
Kunal tears into Didi with suicide barb  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Suspended Trinamool MP Kunal Ghosh was at his aggresive best at the city sessions court on Friday.
Visiting Rudy gets Shiv Sena cold shoulder  (22 November 12:49 am) 
Matoshree is in no mood to resume power-sharing talks with the BJP to facilitate Shiv Sena participation in the state government. The party showed no inclination to get in touch with Union minister
CA institute officials under lens  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Enforcement directorate is going to summon some senior officials of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) as the institute had failed to initiate action against the chartered
Weekend or weekdays, Chennaiittes don’t miss a chance to party.
Court pulls up cops over Alipore attack  (22 November 12:47 am) 
The arrest of Yogesh Bhora alias Arvind may have come as a shot in the arm for Alipore police probing the ransacking of its police station, but Alipore court came down heavily on police action yet
Party people in the capital were seen enjoying themselves at the pre-launch party of Fork You Too in Gurgaon recently, hosted by the owners, Reema and Jolly Arora, who also celebrated their
Ways of speaking a trillion words  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Photography and drawing merge in a unique exhibition
3 held for duping retired prof  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Detective department has arrested three persons for allegedly duping a 72-year-old retired professor of Rajabazar Science College.
Wanna soak up the sun? While loyal Raahgirs can always indulge in their usual fitness regimes like yoga and aerobics, if you want to take a break and enjoy the Delhi winters, then step out for a walk
Is this mid-Nov or mid-summer?  (22 November 12:49 am) 
Maximum temperatures in the city have stuck obstinately in the mid-30-degree-Celsius range on most days this month, making the third week of November feel like the third week of May
The capital’s haut monde were spotted enjoying themselves at the residence of the Turkish ambassador, Burak Akçapar, recently.
With the wedding season on in full swing, the timing was perfect for the launch of the new collections of jewellery by Nazraana at Lala Jugal Kishore Jewellers, Mahanagar.
The atmosphere at a city studio was electrifying as two new cars — the MINI 3-door and the MINI 5-door — were unveiled in a power-packed presentation
Police deny permission for Shah rally  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Kolkata Police, on Friday, rejected BJP’s application for the Amit Shah rally at Esplanade Square — the very same venue where Mamata Banerjee held Trinamool Congress’s largest annual gathering
Presi on boil over attendance rule  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Presidency University students gheraoed the VC on Friday on learning that around 180 of them were disallowed from sitting for their semester examinations. The agitation followed the university’s
In a landmark order, Aurangabad information commissioner D B Deshpande on Friday observed that a private unaided school on government land or land allotted by a state-run corporation is covered under
After registering your name in the voters’ list for the assembly and general polls, it’s time to ensure it is in the electoral roll of your housing society, with the deadline for elections five
A 10-minute stroll along a busy road in Mira Road brought a twinkle in the eyes of Jashodaben (62), wife of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Shooter Gone Wild  (22 November 12:47 am) 
It’s difficult to determine which is Biswajit Roy Chowdhury’s first love: conservation or photography
November swing-n-sip routine  (22 November 12:47 am) 
The mercury is steadily going down, but there’s enough reason to be upbeat
The BJP government is all set to revoke the over-three-decade-old circular dealing with inquiries against public servants, as a result of which the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) will be able to
Yeti Hunter  (22 November 12:47 am) 
Did you know that the search for the ‘Abominable Snowman’ led by Edmund Hillary had a strong Kolkata connect? The Yeti remained untraced, but we track down Hillary’s ‘Man Friday’... and it\'s
231 FIRs Recorded For Rash Driving This Month
A week after the Bombay high court stayed the Maratha reservation policy, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday set up a five-member committee, headed by school and higher education minister