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Between a rock and a hard place

Apr 29, 2017
The spectre of a violent and unmoving political deadlock is hanging heavy over Kashmir after the Centre told the Supreme Court today that talks could not be held with separatists outside the...   | Read..

Enter, ED into Narada ring

Apr 29, 2017
A fresh central flank has been opened in the Narada probe with the Enforcement Directorate starting a money laundering case against the 13 accused, most of whom are...   | Read..

They know, yet they do it

Apr 29, 2017
More than half the drivers in India's cities use their mobile phones to initiate or answer calls while driving although almost all of them know the dangers of doing that,...   | Read..

Airport bill row sent to PMO

Apr 29, 2017
The Prime Minister's Office will decide who will foot the bill for protecting airports after consensus eluded an emergency meeting today among the ministries of home, civil...   | Read..

Guess who'll teach Indian Army Chinese

Apr 29, 2017
For 80 years, Cheena Bhavana at Visva-Bharati has symbolised India-China ties, historical and cultural. It will now teach Chinese to Indian soldiers posted on the Line of...   | Read..

12 per cent IIT seats for girls

Apr 29, 2017
An apex decision making body for 23 IITs today approved a proposal to create additional 12 per cent exclusive seats for girls in BTech courses by 2020, thereby increasing...   | Read..

HC flays govt on Bokaro land dues

Apr 29, 2017
Jharkhand High Court today asked the state government to ensure that those whose land was acquired by Bokaro Steel in 1960 were adequately compensated immediately,...   | Read..

BJP takes war to Naveen turf

Apr 29, 2017
The BJP has gone on the overdrive to make inroads into chief minister Naveen Patnaik's home turf, Ganjam, which is considered a BJD bastion.   | Read..

How Lalu's cows got a home

Apr 29, 2017
Two RJD leaders today said they had gifted land to Lalu Prasad, with one pointing out that the party chief needed space for his cows.   | Read..

'Niti Aayog better for NE'

Apr 29, 2017
Replacing the Planning Commission with Niti Aayog has helped the northeastern states in better implementation of programmes, a member of the new panel claimed today.   | Read..
Women from an old-age home take selfies while waiting to catch the opening show of Bahubali 2: The Conclusion in Bangalore on Friday. An...   | Read..
 
 
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Humanity is a lot like me. It's an ageing movie star, grappling with all the newness around it

Shah Rukh Khan

 
 
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