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‘Swiss club’ delays Modi’s reform drive
MADHAV NALAPAT | New Delhi

Key officials and others are working overtime to block, or at a minimum, delay, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda. These individuals are part of the "Swiss Club" whose core consists of 11 p...

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Police yet to identify African students’ attackers

Delhi police is yet to identify and arrest any of the attackers involved in the beating up of three African students, who allegedly molested a girl. Sources said that the Delhi police could have had them in custody. But thanks to a shoddy probe the attackers were let off. The police neither scanned the CCTV footage nor recorded the African students

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UK commemorates Sikh with dastar, a war hero

After the death of Squadron Leader Mohinder Singh Pujji DFC in 2010, police officer Pal Singh of the Metropolitan Police recommended to Gravesham Council that a statue to commemorate the Indian Sikh fighter pilot would be a fine idea. Mohinder Singh had campaigned to have the Sikh contribution to the British war effort more widely acknowledged. Alo

Arvind Chhabra | 13th Dec

In a strange case, the Haryana government and a tainted deputy superintendent of police are making repeated efforts for the latter's reinstatement, by...

NAVTAN KUMAR | 13th Dec

Faculty members and non-teaching staff of Delhi's University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) are resisting the Delhi government's move to take over...

Defence backlog needs immediate attention: Parrikar
Bhaskar Raman | 13th Dec

A decade of serious neglect of the defence sector by the UPA government has left several key decisions pending, says newly appointed Defence Minister ...

Arvind Chhabra | 13th Dec

The role of Punjab police has come under a scanner in the outrageous incident which left a 17-year-old girl was gang-raped, and then burnt to death in...

Bhushan, Yadav irk Kejri, may get marginalised
Pankaj Vohra | 13th Dec

All is certainly not well in the Aam Aadmi Party where supporters of its chief Arvind Kejriwal are not happy with the overall conduct of two senior fo...

Arvind Chhabra | 13th Dec

It's just two days left for the Punjab and Haryana High Court's deadline to cremate Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan (DJJS) head Ashutosh Maharaj's body, ...

Corruption allegations haunt DPS Society
Pankaj Vohra | 13th Dec

A letter written 14 months ago by V.K. Shunglu, the present chairman of the Delhi Public School Society, in his capacity as a member, accusing two imp...

Badal, Khattar stress on punctuality
Arvind Chhabra | 13th Dec

From the ramparts of the Red Fort to the New York's Madison Square Garden, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has repeatedly made sarcastic references as to...

‘The prince takes his bicycle to buy meat for his dogs’
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 13th Dec

Deep inside the heart of modern Delhi, which is all set to get a smart city on its outskirts if the government has its way, lies a medieval anachronis...

NAVTAN KUMAR | 13th Dec

Faculty members and non-teaching staff of Delhi's University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) are resisting the Delhi government's move to take over...

Verdict fails to satisfy Railway Minister L.N. Mishra’s family
ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 13th Dec

The conviction on Monday of four people for the assassination of former Railway Minister Lalit Narayan Mishra has failed to provide a sense of justice...

Suhail Bukhari | 13th Dec

The militants from across the LoC who attacked the garrison town of Uri on Friday morning last week, as well as those who were intercepted in the Naug...

Srinagar seats hold key to NC’s future
NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 13th Dec

The eight seats in Srinagar district that go to the polls in the fourth phase of the Assembly elections hold the key to the big question of whether th...

Fewer foreign tourists are visiting the Taj Mahal
MOHAMMED ANAS | 13th Dec

The recent Delhi radio taxi rape case and subsequent ban on web-based Uber taxis has aggravated the slump of foreign tourists to one of the most visit...

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