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Friday , January 24 , 2014
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Arvind gets party to stand by Bharti

The Aam Aadmi Party today took the cue from chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and dismissed the calls for law minister Somnath Bharti’s resignation, deciding there was no “prima facie” evidence to suggest he had done any wrong. ...   | Read..

Industry corridor with Japan

India and Japan plan to announce a collaboration for a 260km Chennai-Bangalore industrial corridor during Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’ New Delhi visit this weekend....   | Read..

Unfazed minister returns to Khirke

India’s foreign ministry has described Somnath Bharti’s late-night raid on Nigerian and Ugandan women as “condemnable,” but the Delhi law minister...   | Read..

Guess who’s on R-mike

Till two days ago, he was disparaging the ceremonies associated with Republic Day and threatening to derail the parade with his agitation....   | Read..

Green feather in Kerala tourism cap

Kerala has won a UN award for sustainable and eco-friendly tourism, registering a first for ...   | Read..

Rap on Modi minister

The Supreme Court today pulled up Gujarat revenue minister Anandiben Patel, widely tipped to succeed chief minister Narendra Modi if he fulfils his national ambitions, fo...   | Read..
Some remembered, some forgot, and some seemed to mix him up with others. ...  | Read
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Sonia lends shine to ease-gold demand

Sonia Gandhi has written to the Union government asking it to look into a demand by jewellers t...   | Read..

Rupee fall squeezes arms budget

The government has slashed the budget for military hardware that the armed forces desperately w...   | Read..

Pushkar probe shifted

The top brass of Delhi police today transferred the Sunanda Pushkar death case to the crime branch, describing it as ...   | Read..

Congress riot barb at Modi

Narendra Modi today taunted Mulayam Singh Yadav, saying the heartland leader would never be able to transform Uttar Prad...   | Read..

SRK dodges crashing door

A “quick on his feet” Shah Rukh Khan got away with minor bruises today after an 80kg door came off its hinge...   | Read..

Army bar on FB

The army has asked its personnel not to use social media like Facebook and WeChat which may have servers abroad, fearing suc...   | Read..

Sena goes back 20 years for inspiration

For “Mission 2014”, best to rewind to Milestone 1995....   | Read..

Brassy tag for Vishwas

If some of Kumar Vishwas’s recent remarks have not been music to many Indians’ ears, don’t count Rahul...   | Read..