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German ambassador Michael Steiner is organizing a \'satsang\' on his birthday on Friday to which he has invited HRD minister Smriti Irani.
Maoist surrenders have seen a quantum jump this year, with 472 surrenders being reported until October 31 against 283 for the whole of 2013.
Taking on hecklers who\'ve been interrupting his speeches lately, President Barack Obama argued back Tuesday with a point-by-point rebuttal of their arguments and suggested they \"get the facts\".
“I only know that Modi’s wife has filed an RTI application. Had they been staying together, it would have saved the family the money that is spent on seeking information under the RTI,” Cong
“I only know that Modi’s wife has filed an RTI application. Had they been staying together, it would have saved the family the money that is spent on seeking information under the RTI,” Cong
Law minister Sadananda Gowda on Tuesday blamed the present collegium system of appointment of judges for existing vacancies in the high courts.
Maharashtra continues to face the challenge of dealing with rising cases of farmers’ suicide. It has reported 204 such suicides in the first four months of the year.
Maharashtra continues to face the challenge of dealing with rising cases of farmers’ suicide. It has reported 204 such suicides in the first four months of the year.
\"Shady agents leave Indian seamen in distress\" (November 13) deals not only with the not-so-honest recruiting agents for ships that have flags of convenience — over which the directorate general of
Rajya Sabha approves key labour law bill  (26 November 08:15 am) 
Rajya Sabha has approved a legislation aimed at simplifying archaic labour laws and laid the foundation for deeper changes in the country’s labour laws in the months ahead.
First India-Nepal bus service launched  (26 November 08:15 am) 
India and Nepal launched the first ever bus service between the two countries on Tuesday afternoon.
It is déjà vu all over again in Kollywood. While Rajinikanth\'s fans are eagerly awaiting the release of his forthcoming film, the K S Ravikumar-directed \'Lingaa\' on December 12, industry watchers
Government drags feet on taking steps  (26 November 07:46 am) 
The government seems to have no immediate plans to tackle the severely high air pollution levels in Delhi. Oficials of Delhi\'s environment department say that implementation of Euro 5 or Bharat Stage
\'Call 911,\' may no longer be just a line from a Hollywood thriller.
Call of duty begins at control room  (26 November 08:26 am) 
The voice was barely audible. \"They are attacking a teacher.
Delhi choking on foul air, time to clean up  (26 November 07:46 am) 
Your early morning routine of a walk and workout out doors this winter is likely to endanger your health rather than give you any benefits.
7 more in dock for Sindhuratna mishap  (26 November 07:47 am) 
A commodore and six other officers are now in the dock for the mishap on-board submarine INS Sindhuratna around 40 nautical miles off Mumbai in February
In this dog-eat-dog biscuit world, there are only two strategies a person of reasonable intelligence and no shame can employ to be a contender.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday saluted the brave security personnel who laid down their lives during 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
Two persons have been arrested on Monday for allegedly defrauding a bank of nearly Rs 12 crore. In March, the accused had availed of a higher credit limit by submitting false and fabricated documents
Several hundred people have temporarily blocked traffic in downtown Cleveland while demonstrating in support of a 12-year-old boy fatally shot by a police officer responding to a call about someone
Coal mine fire kills 24 in China: Xinhua  (26 November 07:15 am) 
A fire at a coal mine in northeast China killed 24 workers early Wednesday, state media reported.
Trinamool Congress MPs led the protests in the Lok Sabha with Congress, Samajwadi Party, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and RJD joining them in the well of the House and raising slogans against the government.
Trinamool Congress MPs led the protests in the Lok Sabha with Congress, Samajwadi Party, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and RJD joining them in the well of the House and raising slogans against the government.
The United States is preparing to increase the number of troops it keeps in Afghanistan in 2015 to fill a gap left in the Nato mission by other contributing nations, according to three sources with