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Monday , July 24 , 2017
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Heartbreak but no longer lonely

Jul 24, 2017
In the end, it was heartbreak by nine runs for India. But to get so close in front of a packed and partisan crowd at Lord's signalled a huge achievement.   | Read..

Lesson in course correction

Jul 24, 2017
Outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee today cited a candid admission by Indira Gandhi on how the Emergency had alienated all sections of Indians to suggest that...   | Read..

Swachh tip: Sell wife

Jul 24, 2017
An IAS officer allegedly asked a villager in Bihar to "sell his wife" if he could not afford to build a toilet at home, reflecting a growing trend among officials...   | Read..

Litany of controversies dogs IISER

Jul 24, 2017
Allegations of harassment and humiliation, illegal promotions and gender discrimination have split faculty and administrators at the Indian Institute of Science Education...   | Read..

After CM push, clock ticks for Tejashwi

Jul 24, 2017
It is now a matter of when - and not if - Nitish Kumar cracks the whip on deputy chief minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, sources close to the chief minister told The...   | Read..

Corridor to create trillions

Jul 24, 2017
The Odisha Economic Corridor has the potential to generate over Rs 20 trillions of manufacturing output by 2045, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) report said.   | Read..

Big shot for animal care

Jul 24, 2017
The state will become self-sufficient in producing animal vaccines by the first quarter of 2018.   | Read..

JDU's weapons against ally

Jul 24, 2017
Political circles are abuzz that chief minister Nitish Kumar has unleashed his "three musketeers" - Sanjay Singh, Neeraj Kumar and Ajay Alok - to constantly mount...   | Read..
Jharna Goswami, mother of pacer Jhulan Goswami, fights back tears at their home in Nadia’s Chakdah, 64km from Calcutta, after the Indian...   | Read..
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No one in this country can be more anxious than me to know the truth


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