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Rahul set to declare all-out war on Modi
Pankaj Vohra | New Delhi

Rejuvenated by his 56-day sabbatical, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has decided to declare an all out war against the Narendra Modi government, holding it responsible for not fulfilling its pro...

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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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Tories woo workers, labour opens up

The leading parties have all but traded places in their presentation of themselves in the run-up to the general election in UK. Labour has reinvented itself as the "party of financial responsibility" in its attempt to convince the public and businesses that it can manage the economy. The Conservatives have become the "party of the working people" t

Kabir Taneja | 18th Apr

The historic diplomatic breakthrough between Iran and the P5+1 represented by the West over the former's nuclear programme was greeted with great enth...

NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 18th Apr

Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has ordered all news channels and their reporters, reporting on the situation in the Kashmir Valley, to...

J&K police to protect NGOs, MRM activists
NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 18th Apr

The Jammu and Kashmir police will provide protection to many NGOs and the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), which is a sister organisation of the RSS, aft...

OUR CORRESPONDENT | 18th Apr

Bureaucrats in Uttar Pradesh are turning over a new leaf. From the executive they are turning into activists. Their efforts are fanned further by the ...

J&K to boost Dal Lake conservation campaign
NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 18th Apr

The BJP-PDP government has decided to take measures to give a new life to the Dal Lake Conservation Project, as under the previous government, neither...

MOHAMMED ANAS | 18th Apr

In a bid to increase attendance of teachers and students in Uttar Pradesh's primary schools, the state government is experimenting with an SMS attenda...

Rampur Valmikis ‘convert to Islam, reconvert’
MOHAMMED ANAS | 18th Apr

Rampur, famous for its knife industry and for being the constituency of senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan, was on edge this week after a group o...

Pappu Yadav raises voices against janata merger
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 18th Apr

RJD MP Pappu Yadav has emerged as a voice of dissent against the political direction being taken by his party in terms of succession and the merger wi...

Chhattisgarh Maoist attacks a sign of nervousness as recruitment falls
S RAMA KRISHNA | 18th Apr

Increased violence by the Maoists in Chhattisgarh forests last week are a clear sign of nervousness of the extremist outfit. It is fast losing cadre a...

Arvind Chhabra | 18th Apr

Some Haryana policemen thought they were too sharp and clever that they simply overheard a group of persons who were planning to carry out a dacoity. ...

‘Ramdev will get chauffeur-driven car, gunman’
Arvind Chhabra | 18th Apr

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has become the first non-political individual to receive the status equivalent to a Cabinet minister from the Haryana government...

Arvind Chhabra | 18th Apr

Siddhi Nath Roy is the latest Haryana IAS official to get embroiled in a controversy. A Chandigarh police Special Investigation Team is probing sexual...

Centre mulls AFSPA removal from peaceful J&K areas
ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 18th Apr

The Union government may consider the removal of the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from some of the "peaceful" areas of Jammu ...

Group behind Modi’s 2014 campaign innovations disbanded
ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 18th Apr

Citizens for Accountability and Governance (CAG), which played a crucial role in the successful election campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2...

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