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Innovation will help us grow faster: PM

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | Pioneer News Service | New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India is yearning for a digital revolution and efforts towards ‘Digital India’ were all-encompassing and aimed at transforming the lives of people. Modi was answering questions in a Digital Dialogue on Twitter on Sunday evening, reiterating the role of technology in nation…

Rajnath seeks report on scribe’s death from MP

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | PNS | New Delhi/Bhopal

The Centre has asked the Madhya Pradesh Government to conduct a thorough probe into the death of a TV journalist covering the Vyapam scam. This was conveyed by Home Minister Rajnath Singh to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in a ten-minute telephonic conversation on Sunday evening. Information and Broadcasting Minister…

After Digital India, Govt turns eyes to Digital Infra

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | Madhusudan Sahoo | NEW DELHI

After promising the people of India better services through the use of information technology in its Digital India campaign, the Government has decided to launch Digital Infra soon to pave the way for achieving significant growth in the sector. Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will soon hold a round-table…

‘60% Greeks have voted ‘No’ for bailout’

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | AP | ATHENS

Greece faced an uncharted future as its Interior Ministry said on Sunday that more than 60 per cent of voters in a hastily-called referendum had rejected creditors’ demands for more austerity in exchange for rescue loans. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who was gambling the future of his five-month-old Left-wing Government…

J&K ultras gun for soft targets to stock up arms

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | Rakesh K Singh | New Delhi

With the terror groups, operating in Jammu & Kashmir, facing shortage of fire arms in the wake of improved security grid in the hinterland and heightened vigil along the International Border and Line of Control (LoC), the jehadi outfits have devised a new strategy to increase their weapons stocks by…

Govt to go the extra mile to turn highways green

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | PNS | New Delhi

Over 90,000-kilometre stretch of national highways will be transformed into green corridors soon as the Union Government has decided to implement an ambitious policy under which one per cent of the road construction cost will go towards planting trees. The Government is planning on creating a brigade of 1,000 contractors for…

Dean assisting police probe in Vyapam scam found dead

Monday, 06 Jul 2015 | SR | New Delhi

The Dean of a medical college in Madhya Pradesh, who was assisting the police probe in the Vyapam scam, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in a Delhi hotel on Sunday morning. The body of Arun Sharma, the Dean of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Medical College in Jabalpur, was found inside…

Women scoop the best in India

Sunday, 05 Jul 2015 | Staff Reporter | New Delhi

Reaching new heights, girls bagged all the top four positions in the prestigious civil services exam, according to the results announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Saturday. Ira Singhal, a differently-abled IRS officer from Delhi, topped the exam in the general category followed by Renu Raj, a doctor…

Hyderabad House tops Swachchhta mission, Shashtri Bhavan flunks

Sunday, 05 Jul 2015 | Vineeta Pandey | New Delhi

The nerve centre of the Government demands a cleaning act as some of the top offices of the country have most unclean premises. Even the President’s House at Raisina Hill is nowhere closer to perfect cleanliness score. This was revealed on Saturday when the Government sought to look its buildings under…

Dawood wanted freedom in ‘surrender’: Pawar

Sunday, 05 Jul 2015 | TN RAGHUNATHA | Mumbai

Amid news reports that Dawood Ibrahim, one of the key conspirators behind the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, had offered to surrender to the Indian authorities in the nineties, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday said that though the underworld don had offered to surrender, but had placed…

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Conquering the world

05 Jul 2015 | Namrata Goswami

Modi’s World Author : C Raja Mohan Publisher : HarperCollins, Rs499 The book notes that domestic stability is the key to a successful foreign policy. Hence, Modi must ensure that religious extremists’ fringe elements resist from creating instability within India, writes Namrata Goswami C Raja Mohan’s book is an applause to the spirited transformation of India’s foreign policy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

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STATE EDITIONS

SOUND BITES

Shivraj Singh Chouhan should be sacked and an impartial probe should be done in the Vyapam scam.

Congress leader | RS Surjewala

It is a good time for female actors because there is greater acceptability. Meaty roles are being written for them.

Actor | Richa Chadha

On his death anniversary, I bow to the venerable Dhirubhai Ambani. His contribution to the nation is eternal and invaluable.

Rajya Sabha MP | Parimal Nathwani
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