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Much before the CBI started its probe, the police made a major breakthrough in the sensational murder of Siwan journalist Rajdeo Ranjan on May 13 by arresting five shooters and also seized firearms and bikes used in the crime. Additional Director General (ADG) of Police Sunil Kumar said here on Wednesday...
The killing of Congolese national Masonda Ketada Oliver in Delhi last week has cast its shadow over the ‘Africa Day’ celebrations scheduled for Thursday here. Envoys of African nations on Wednesday demanded concrete action against ‘racism and Afro-phobia’ and asked the Indian Government to postpone the event as their community...
Indian Mujahideen operative Mirza Himayat Baig, whose death sentence in the 2010 Pune German Bakery blast case was recently commuted to life imprisonment by the Bombay High Court, attacked a death-row prisoner Rajesh Daware, a convict in the sensational Yug Chandak murder case, at the Nagpur Central Jail on Wednesday. Prison...
The two Telugu States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh were gearing up to celebrate second anniversary of their formation next week. While Telangana will be marking the day with gala festivities and many big ticket events including the announcement of formation of 14 new districts by bifurcating the existing districts, Andhra...
Six new IITs will come up at Tirupati, Palakkad, Dharwar, Bhilai, Goa and Jammu while ISM Dhanbad will also be upgraded to an IIT. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave its ex post facto approval to amend The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 for incorporation of the new IITs and conversion...
An off-duty policeman was killed when militants fired upon a former Legislator and senior National Conference (NC) leader at Monghama village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday. The NC leader was attending a wedding ceremony in the village. The attackers snatched service rifles of his personal security officer. The attack...
The Navy has instituted a board of inquiry (BOI) and sent a Commander-rank officer on forced leave following allegations of molesting a junior officer. The incident took place earlier this month in the Capital and the BOI is expected to submit its report soon. The Navy said it has a...
A 19-member LDF Cabinet headed by CPI(M) Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan was sworn-in on Wednesday evening in Kerala ending the allegedly corruption-ridden five-year-rule of the Congress-led UDF Government headed by Oommen Chandy and giving Keralites new hopes of clean and transparent governance. Pinarayi Vijayan, 72, was sworn-in as Kerala’s 22nd Chief...
We will settle scores inch-by-inch when we return to power,” Mamata Banerjee and her nephew Abhishek, an MP, had warned in their election speeches. Apart from Opposition workers who have been under attack from Trinamool workers a few politicians and bureaucrats on Wednesday got a taste of the Chief Minister’s...
Indicating the change on which the BJP rode to success in Assam, the first Cabinet meeting of the new BJP Government in Assam on Wednesday decided not only to reduce the cavalcade of Chief Minister Sonowal to bare minimum but also do away with traffic restrictions for the public while...
22 May 2016 | Rajib Chowdhury
The BJP's historic win in Assam, signalling a major political shift in the region, is a crucial step in concretising Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision for the party's North East outreach May 19 ushered in a new dawn in Assam — a dawn that held the promise of change and hope for a better future, or as some would say, achche din. Expanding its political clout beyond the traditional bastion and...
26 May 2016 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR
The Union Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday gave its nod for taking up the Vizianagaram and Titlagarh 3rd line project at an estimated cost of Rs2,335.68 crore...
We want India to get rid of the system of disorder under the rule of the Congress for decades, where national interests were ignored.
The new Afghan Taliban chief has an opportunity to choose peace. We do hope that he makes that choice now.
Whatever our sexuality, whatever our taste, we must all be treated equally. That is the future Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of.