With tension between India and Pakistan escalating after the Uri terror attack, New Delhi on Tuesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the upcoming SAARC Summit scheduled for November in Islamabad. India cited cross-border terrorist attacks and interference...READ MORE
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- New Delhi may strip Pak of MFN honour
- Bugti’s asylum imminent as MHA orders security vetting
- Protest against teacher’s stabbing; Delhi Govt to give Rs 1-cr ex gratia
- Valley stone pelters target civilians, girl dies
- Kerala Cong(M) activists as sick as a dog!
- Abandon Kashmir dream, Sushma tells Pak
BUSINESS & FINANCE
- India responsible with its nuclear technology: Carter
- White House petition on Pakistan crosses 100K signatures
HEALTH & FITNESS
- More food during summer extends life in dormice
- Lab-grown blood vessels to help kids with heart defects
Recent surveys map the travel preferences of Indians describing them as the most adventurous travellers. Team Viva reports Bus travel is back for weekender trips among smart Indians if the journey involves manageable hours. And when it comes to the Asia-Pacific region, Indians appear to be the most adventurous. These findings are part of two surveys which were released as part of World Tourism Day yesterday. Published on the World Tourism Day, the two latest surveys seeks to uncover insights into...READ MORE
- It should be understood that the Delhi Government has all the powers, except the powers of police. Everything else is there.
- The (shoe) attack on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was a pre-planned one and engineered by BJP and RSS.
- I hope the fact-checkers are turning up the volume and really working hard. Donald supported the Iraq invasion.
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- Film Festivals purest form of education for budding filmmakers: Arjun Kapoor
- Yoga helps me in positive outlook on life: Jacqueline
- If banning actors can stop terrorism, government should do it: Varun
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 | M Ratan | Via emailThis refers to the article, “Of more, not less, concessions” (September 26) by Rekha Saxena. The article, instead of spelling out what ‘greater autonomy’ signifies, what ‘new federal solution’ represents, what political parties should do to rise above ‘narrow political interests’ etc, indulges in vague rhetoric. Although Jammu & Kashmir...