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Kejriwal's graft axe falls on minister

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today sacked a cabinet minister over corruption allegations, making the announcement at a news conference and daring the BJP to take similar action against its...   | Read..

Step towards an IIM MBA

Indian Institutes of Management and the human resource development ministry today ironed out their differences over the contentious IIM bill, clearing the decks for the...   | Read..

On Wembley turf, it's soccer before Modi

On the pitch where Lionel Messi scored, Narendra Modi will be denied a shot.   | Read..

ED chief post

G.C. Murmu, a Gujarat-cadre IAS officer, is tipped to be the next Enforcement Directorate chief, sources said today.   | Read..

Contesting: wife, on poster: husband

Posters seeking votes for women candidates contesting the forthcoming local body polls in some constituencies in Malappuram district in the state's north have their...   | Read..

Gallows crusade futile

Neelam Katara's long struggle to send the killers of her son to the gallows came to naught today as the Supreme Court refused to award the death penalty to Vikas Yadav, son...   | Read..

Show in Delhi

Ghulam Ali will perform in Delhi in December, a state minister said today, suggesting the capital had pipped Calcutta and others jostling to host the Pakistani singer after...   | Read..

IS recruit makes SOS call to family

A young man from Uttar Pradesh who had joined the Islamic State six months ago recently sent an SOS to his family saying he wanted to return, Union home ministry sources...   | Read..

Meat plant land linked to BJP legislator

Sangeet Som, a riot-accused BJP lawmaker, had purchased land for a meat processing unit in Aligarh in 2005, a senior police officer from Uttar Pradesh said today.   | Read..

Missionaries of Charity pulls out of adoptions

The Missionaries of Charity has decided to stop putting children up for adoption after the latest government guidelines stripped adoption centres of the right to approve or...   | Read..

Axe for Patel questions

A Rajkot schoolteacher has been sacked for setting questions about the ongoing Patel quota agitation in a Class VIII general knowledge paper.   | Read..

CBI nudge

The CBI has asked Maharashtra to explain how there could be conflicting reports on the alleged drug overdose of Indrani Mukerjea in prison, reports our special correspondent.   | Read..

Slighted docs tap rights panel

Doctors at Mumbai's government-run J.J. Hospital have complained to the state human rights panel against some of them being made to taste Indrani Mukerjea's food to ensure...   | Read..

Centre for live telecast of court proceedings

The Centre is keen on live telecast and video recording of all court proceedings in the country, including that of the Supreme Court, law minister V. Sadananda Gowda has...   | Read..

Another writer quits in protest

Novelist Shashi Deshpande today resigned from the general council of the Sahitya Akademi, saying she was disappointed it had failed to stand up against "violent...   | Read..
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