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Turbulence engulfs biggest ‘French kiss’

The French kiss is coming loose. People are looking. Some are overjoyed....   | Read..

BJP tied up in Chennai ally math

Narendra Modi is going to Chennai tomorrow but the Tamil Nadu BJP is preoccupied less with marshalling the numbers on the ground than with securing the numbers on the dai...   | Read..

Newspaper wages nod

The Supreme Court today dismissed a batch of petitions filed by newspaper and news agency managements challenging the validity of the Justice Majithia Wage Board’s ...   | Read..

Rahul starts five-day blitz

Rahul Gandhi has kicked off a five-day schedule of public meetings across states that will tomorrow see him launch the Congress’s Lok Sabha campaign from Bardoli in...   | Read..

Tax heat on building societies of top guns

Mumbai’s civic body has issued notices threatening attachment and auctions over property tax dues to two housing societies where Ajit Pawar, Shivraj Patil, G...   | Read..
Defence ministry officials interact with participants at the Defexpo in New Delhi on Friday. (PTI)
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Software scan for glitch-hit Dreamliners

Air India today announced a full software diagnostics check in all its Boeing 787 Dreamliners, ...   | Read..

Lokpal bill salvo at Jung

A debate on whether Delhi’s lokpal bill needs the Centre’s clearance for tabling le...   | Read..

Noose fear off marines

The Centre today asked the NIA to dilute the murder charges against the two Italian marines to “violence”, remov...   | Read..

Harvard cheat to securities fraud

Mathew Martoma had been on his way to being another American success story. Today, he is the eighth person who once work...   | Read..

Govt clears Telangana bill as SC keeps off

The Union cabinet today approved the Telangana bill with Hyderabad as the joint capital for 10 years, hours after the Su...   | Read..

KPMG eyes bigger Bengal pie

KPMG, one of the world’s top four consulting firms, has taken a leap of faith in Bengal....   | Read..

Know-NE campaign

The Centre has decided to launch a special campaign to help people learn more about the Northeast and ensure better R...   | Read..

Mulayam riot bill fire at Cong

Mulayam Singh Yadav today questioned the Congress’s secular credentials over its failure to table the anti-riot bi...   | Read..

Bail for Red ‘conduits’

The Supreme Court today granted bail to two Chhattisgarh villagers accused of being Maoist conduits who had allegedly fa...   | Read..

Maneater’s ninth victim

A tigress believed to have strayed from Jim Corbett Park is suspected to have preyed on its ninth victim last night, fox...   | Read..

Kejriwal waffles, auto-drivers heckle

Arvind Kejriwal rode high on Delhi’s auto-drivers. Today some of them feared being taken for a ride....   | Read..