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Listening devices found in Gadkari residence
NAVTAN KUMAR | New Delhi

In a startling incident, high power listening devices were found in the bedroom of Nitin Gadkari at his 13 Teen Murti Lane residence in New Delhi. The discovery was "accidental" and a debugging exerci...

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Satyawati College committed financial bungling: RTI report

An RTI enquiry into Delhi University's Satyawati College has revealed "financial irregularities" in the conduct of several short-term courses offered by the college during August-November 2011. In the response provided by the college to the RTI application filed by a teacher-activist, it has disclosed that the college continued conducting remedial

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Sunni Arabs fume at Hamas, Iran for Gaza crisis

As Palestinian casualties rise following Israel's ground invasion of Gaza, there has been significant criticism of Hamas in the mostly Sunni Arab world. Hamas, which has been ruling Gaza since 2005, is seen as an Iranian proxy in a region where every move of Shiite Tehran is eyed with suspicion and derision. Yasser Arafat's Fatah, currently headed

NAVTAN KUMAR | 26th Jul

The Centre's fight against Maoist militants has started paying dividends, with a substantial decline in ultra-left violence in the last two-three year...

OUR CORRESPONDENT | 26th Jul

The Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM-L) will research the success story of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Utatr Pradesh. First year student...

PM Modi fast tracks government, silently
MADHAV NALAPAT | 26th Jul

Two months since taking office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has effected significant changes across the spectrum of governance at the Centre, almost ...

Siddhanta Mishra | 26th Jul

The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security, which oversees the planning and policy aspects of airport security, wants a complete overhaul of the existing a...

BJP eyes Hindu votes in J&K, alliance with Lone
NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 26th Jul

The BJP, in a bid to come to power in Jammu and Kashmir, is looking at cornering the Hindu vote in both the regions in the Assembly elections. It is a...

ABHIMANYU SINGH | 26th Jul

The Central government is set to miss the September 2014 deadline to implement the National Food Security Act (NFSA) as a majority of the states are n...

Pandey may lose race to become NCW chief
Vatsala Shrangi | 26th Jul

Saroj Pandey, the chief of the BJP Mahila Morcha, may find it difficult to become the head of the National Commission for Women (NCW) for she lacks a ...

Rashtrapati Bhawan displays its history to the world
Aditi Chakravarti | 26th Jul

The Rashtrapati Bhawan is telling its history to the world. What used to be a horse's stable in the then Viceroy's Palace is now an audio-visual museu...

Owaisi: party will contest Maharashtra elections
Kunal V. Shinde | 26th Jul

Asaduddin Owaisi's Hyderabad-based All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen has decided to contest the Maharashtra Assembly elections later this year. B...

S RAMA KRISHNA | 26th Jul

Tomatoes are selling at around Rs 100 per kg in some metros, but farmers who produce them in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh are not even gett...

BJP mulls ending HJC alliance
Sanjay Sharma | 26th Jul

The BJP national leadership is gathering the opinions of its district-level functionaries on whether the party should continue its alliance in the sta...

MAMTA SEN | 26th Jul

The Samajwadi Party failed win a single seat in Mumbai in the Lok Sabha elections. SP leader Abu Asim Azmi's son Farhan contested the elections from t...

Congress old guard doesn’t want internal elections
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 26th Jul

The Congress old guard wants the party to avoid holding direct elections for important positions as it may affect the unity of the party. At least two...

MNS opposed to civic body’s hawkers’ survey across Mumbai
Kunal V. Shinde | 26th Jul

The Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena has opposed the hawkers' survey by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. Marathi-speaking hawkers s...

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