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Thursday , May 15 , 2014
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Power of percentage and slogans, just on paper

In the run-up to the general election, the media has been ablaze with advertisements raising a wide variety of issues related to women. It started with emphasising the fact that 49 per cent of voters are women and warned of the consequences of ignoring them....   | Read..

However I could, I managed. I raised my children.

More than 300,000 peasants have committed suicide in India between 1995 and 2012, ...   | Read..

Army jumps gun on chief

In a lapse of protocol, the army has named its vice-chief, Lt General Dalbir Singh Suhag, as the chief of army staff-designate before the government formally announced th...   | Read..

Letters from Gandhi to ‘dangerous’ eldest son

Three explosive letters that highlight Mahatma Gandhi’s deep concern over the behaviour of his eldest son Harilal will go under the hammer in England next week. ...   | Read..

Congress pins hope on fractured verdict

The Congress appears demoralised by the exit poll predictions and the general air of certainty that a Narendra Modi-led regime would kick in, but it still believes its in...   | Read..
Women wait to cast their votes at Kangan, east of Srinagar, on April 30. (Reuters)
Power of percentage and slogans, just on paper
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Since there’s no Basu, edge for Anandiben

In Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar where the BJP is already celebrating, the spectre of a Gujarat wit...   | Read..

Minority scholarship test for Modi

A question playing on the minds of the Union minority affairs ministry is whether Narendra Modi...   | Read..

Jaya readies NDA ‘terms’, Naveen ‘waits’

Jayalalithaa is learnt to be sizing up two options, of joining the NDA or backing a third front if the BJP-led combine f...   | Read..

Decade Decoder

A 165km expressway ...   | Read..

Mishra set to be fourth-time lucky

Calcutta High Court Chief Justice Arun Kumar Mishra figures among four persons, including two eminent lawyers, recommend...   | Read..

Hyderabad clashes leave three dead

Three persons were killed today in alleged police firing in Hyderabad after clashes broke out over the alleged burning o...   | Read..

Hot water hurts six in N-plant

Six workers were scalded when hot water spurted from a valve on a pipeline in the turbine section of the Kudankulam nucl...   | Read..

Rahul skips PM dinner

Rahul Gandhi missed a farewell dinner hosted by Sonia Gandhi for outgoing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as the Congress ...   | Read..

Bangla tweak, not reversal, foreseen

India’s foreign policy establishment is preparing for possible shifts in the nation’s bilateral agenda with ...   | Read..