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ISIS volunteers in India cross a thousand
MADHAV NALAPAT | New Delhi

After months of soft-pedalling, intelligence agencies have finally accepted that ISIS is spreading across most of India, especially in Uttar Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Seemandhra, Telangana ...

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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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Europe works on caspian gas route

The Southern Gas Corridor (SGC), spearheaded by a British Petroleum-led consortium, will bring Azerbaijani Caspian gas direct to Central Europe from 2020, improving the security and diversity of the European Union's energy supply. The UK's investment in Azerbaijan hovers at 50% of the total FDI, with BP as the largest single contributor. There are

ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 24th Jan

Powerful NGOs like Greenpeace, working in India, supported by their foreign arms, are planning to use the Mahan coal block issue to target the Governm...

MOHAMMED ANAS | 24th Jan

US President Barack Obama will get to taste Delhi's famous Pandey's paan (betel leaves) at the banquet being held in his honour by President Pranab Mu...

Nabanna ‘unlucky’, Mamata keen to RETURN TO Writers
SUSENJIT GUHA | 24th Jan

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wants to return to the Writers' Building from her present "unlucky" seat of power, Nabanna in Howrah, where...

NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 24th Jan

The Raj Bhawan in Jammu and Kashmir has got in touch with the Central government after experts and the Kargil district administration alerted the stat...

Manjhi will split JDU, won't quit
NAVTAN KUMAR | 24th Jan

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi's refusal to resign, despite pressure from the top brass of the Janata Dal United (JDU), has led to a revolt lik...

NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 24th Jan

The notifications for the elections to the four Rajya Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir have been issued even after People's Democratic Party patron Mu...

NIA absolves Liaqat Shah of terror charges
ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 24th Jan

The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which had taken up the case of the alleged Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Liaqat Shah, has absolved him of all t...

Congress likely to take disciplinary action against Dwivedi
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 24th Jan

The Congress may take disciplinary action against its general secretary Janardan Dwivedi, who had allegedly made remarks praising Prime Minister Naren...

‘I will remain with the people of New Delhi, unlike kejriwal’
NAVTAN KUMAR | 24th Jan

For Nupur Sharma, the BJP candidate from the New Delhi constituency, who is taking on former Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Kiran Walia of t...

ABHIMANYU SINGH | 24th Jan

The Delhi chapter of the Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas is conducting research on several controversial topics like the historicity of the ...

KCR bungles on swine flu, sends SOS to Centre
S RAMA KRISHNA | 24th Jan

The K. Chandrasekhar Rao government in Telangana has bungled the tackling of swine flu, which has already claimed about 45 lives (official toll 20) an...

Arvind Chhabra | 24th Jan

Many had described it as perhaps the most controversial decision yet by the Manohar Lal Khattar government in Haryana. Just three months in power, the...

US offers India high-end military technology
VISHAL THAPAR | 24th Jan

The United States has offered India a range of high-end military technologies which have the potential of transforming the relationship and meeting so...

Samajwadis face war within on Janata merger issue
OUR CORRESPONDENT | 24th Jan

It is a war within the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh which is delaying the birth of the erstwhile Janata Parivar. While the RJD, JD(U) and JD(S) ar...

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