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Clinical finish to anti-Naxal op

Clinical finish to anti-Naxal op

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai

The toll in the twin Naxal encounters undertaken in the jungles of Gadchiroli district in eastern Maharashtra went up to 37 on Tuesday, as the security agencies recovered bodies of 15 more Maoists killed in one of the two gun...

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India's average GDP growth to rise to 7.8 pc in first half of this yr: Report

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | PTI | New Delhi
India's average GDP growth to rise to 7.8 pc in first half of this yr: Report
Indian economy is expected to witness a cyclical recovery driven by investments as well as consumption, and the average GDP growth is expected to rise to 7.8 per cent in the first half of this...

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Young guys like Hardik need to work harder to be consistent: Jayawardene

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | PTI | Mumbai
Young guys like Hardik need to work harder to be consistent: Jayawardene
Young players, including Hardik Pandya, need to work harder and evolve to become a consistent cricketer, said Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardane. Defending champions Mumbai Indians failed to chase a target of 119 after being...

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India Abroad

Indranee Rajah promoted as Singapore Cabinet minister

Tuesday, 24 April 2018 | PTI | Singapore
Indranee Rajah promoted as Singapore Cabinet minister
Indian-Chinese-origin lawmaker Indranee Rajah has been promoted as a Cabinet minister in Singapore in a reshuffle by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today. The reshuffle aims to give the younger generation of politicians exposure in government...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Can mangoes make you fat?

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | IANS | New Delhi
Can mangoes make you fat?
Summers are the bearer of the sweet aroma of memories of vacations, lazy afternoons and mangoes. This fruit is loved by all young or old but lately it has been infamous for its sugar content...

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Indian travellers loosen their purse strings

Indian travellers loosen their purse strings

Tuesday, 24 April 2018 | PTI

People are willing to spend more on travel and also pay a premium for sustainable tourism, says a survey The travel sector seems to be looking up as Indian travelers are willing to loosen their purse strings this holiday season. Three out of four respondents are ready to spend more than Rs 25,000 on vacation. More than 75 per cent respondents prefer to travel by air this summer holiday and 81 per cent respondents were planning a vacation this summer. These...

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SOUND BITE

  • It (casting couch) is not just in the film industry. Don't imagine that Parliament is immune or other workplaces are immune to it. It is time that India stood up and said #MeToo.
    Congress leader | Renuka Chowdhary
  • It is so important with this entire #MeToo movement and all of the women coming forward and coming together to end sexual harassment. It’s just been happening for so long.
    Fashion celebrity | Paris Hilton
  • India and US need a full-scale relationship, not just the defence relationship, not just the strategic relationship. They need to focus on the economic side too.
    Former US Ambassador to India | Richard Verma

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  • Good time for stem grads

    STEM courses have umpteen opportunities for students aspiring to study in developed countries, says Dr TP Sethumadhavan Over the years, a...

  • Admissions Open

    PhD programmes The Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) University, Jaipur, is inviting applications for admission in its two-year MBA...

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Woes of the Queens

The Queens of Hastinapur Author - Sharath Komarraju Publisher - Harper Collins, Rs 350 This retelling of Mahabharata paints comprehensive pictures of the mythological queens who are believed...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Congress must be wary of impeachment impact

    Wednesday, 25 April 2018 | KV Seetharamaiah | Hassan
    This refers to the article, “A judicial conundrum” (April 24) by VK Bahuguna. There is no merit in the impeachment motion against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra moved by the Congress and its comrades. A judge can be impeached on proven charges of misbehavior. Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu...

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