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Wednesday , May 14 , 2014
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In Buddha land, new ‘MESSIAH’

Gautam Buddha’s last walk has become a Narendra Modi inroad. It must have been along these banks somewhere that Buddha crossed the Gandak bed and carried on to his mahaparinirvana at Kushinagar in 483 BC or thereabouts....   | Read..

Sonia asks party to say ‘thank you’ to PM

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has intervened to stop senior leaders from laying the blame for possible defeat at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s door, insisting i...   | Read..

Suhag named next army chief

The Centre today decided to appoint vice-chief of army staff Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag as the next army chief, overriding objections from the BJP that wanted the deci...   | Read..

BJP readies to rile Akhilesh

Narendra Modi confidant Amit Shah today said the Akhilesh Yadav-led government in Uttar Pradesh would lose its “moral authority” if the ruling Samajwadis were...   | Read..

Rural poll boost for TRS, Jagan

The Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has put up an impressive performance in the rural polls in Telangana and the YSR Congress in Seemandhra, a day after suffering civic-el...   | Read..
Prime Ministerís principal secretary Pulok Chatterjee presents a bouquet to Manmohan Singh at the PMO. (PTI)
Sonia asks party to say ‘thank you’ to PM
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IITs defer joint counselling

The Indian Institutes of Technology have again deferred joint counselling sessions with NITs, s...   | Read..

US faces Modi prospect

President Barack Obama faces the prospect this week of having to offer his congratulations to a lea...   | Read..

SC admits mix-votes appeal

The Supreme Court yesterday agreed to examine a plea for directing the Election Commission to ensure that votes cast at ...   | Read..

DU cut-off too high? Delhi has new options

Delhi University’s sky-high cut-offs have shut out thousands of undergraduate aspirants from other states, includi...   | Read..

Envoy stirs Kashmir pot

A senior Indian envoy today appeared to stir a row by favouring conversion of the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir i...   | Read..