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Sunday , May 25 , 2014
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Big challenge: pakodas to protocol

Three heads of state and five heads of government have confirmed their presence at Narendra Modi’s Monday swearing-in, leaving officials grappling with the complexities of security, protocol and menu and worried about the weather....   | Read..

Security to match R-Day

Strict ground-to-air security has been put in place in view of the huge threat perception to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaks...   | Read..

VHP sees sanskar in Pak invite

The VHP today let on that it was ready to go on a long honeymoon with Narendra Modi and not needle him on Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit or a time-bou...   | Read..

Gopinath quits AAP, points out ‘mistakes’

Captain C.R. Gopinath, the pioneer of low-cost airlines in the country, has quit the Aam Aadmi Party just four months after his high-profile entry....   | Read..

Twitter shows off election role

US social networking company Twitter is planning to replicate parts of its India election strategy across countries that go to polls this year, after it emerged as a key too...   | Read..
A view of Pahalgam on Saturday. (PTI)
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Shun blame game: Sonia

Sonia Gandhi today appealed to party leaders to debate the electoral rout internally instead of...   | Read..

Modi team talks enter last round

Narendra Modi is expected to hold a last round of consultations with BJP colleagues and leaders...   | Read..

Judge proposes price for lawyer seniority

Retired Supreme Court judge K.S. Radhakrishnan has suggested that senior advocates who charge prohibitive amounts as fee...   | Read..

Protest at cop action over Modi FB post

Political parties and social activists today protested the police action against a Goa youth whom the cops have accus...   | Read..