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Thursday , June 26 , 2014
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Rajdhani jumps tracks, theories range from neglect to sabotage

The superfast Rajdhani Express bound for Dibrugarh in Assam jumped the tracks near Chhapra in north Bihar, killing at least four passengers and touching off a debate on whether the mishap was the result of Maoist sabotage or neglect of rail safety....   | Read..

First in two decades — and the last

For Anil Kumar Dey and Shefali Dey, their first long-distance tour in nearly two decades turned out to be her last....   | Read..

Maratha, Muslim quotas in Maharashtra

Maharashtra’s Congress-NCP government today cleared 16 per cent reservation for Marathas and 5 per cent for Muslims as backward groups with immediate effect, moving...   | Read..

First batch in ‘Save BTech’ cry

Vicky Kumar’s ambition to become a computer engineer would have died last year had Delhi University not announced its BTech course under the four-year undergraduate...   | Read..

Academics offer middle path, UGC prods

The UGC today mounted fresh pressure on Delhi University to notify the three-year graduation system by tomorrow, but a group of academics floated a compromise formula tha...   | Read..
Anil Kumar Dey mourns the death of his wife in the accident at Chhapra sadar hospital on Wednesday. Picture by Nagendra Kumar Singh
First in two decades — and the last
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All work, no play for Modi in Brazil

Xi Jinping will be there. So will Vladmir Putin. Barack Obama may make a short trip down. And a...   | Read..

Cong rings alarm on judiciary, bureaucracy

The Congress today accused the Prime Minister of plotting to centralise power, create a committ...   | Read..

Anxious wait for students

Hundreds of students crowding Delhi University colleges to find out when admissions would begin were told today to ...   | Read..

Oversees study plan for disabled

The Centre has proposed a scholarship scheme for disabled students who wish to pursue higher studies abroad, in what pro...   | Read..

Call to Mamata before Dhaka flight

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj today telephoned Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee before flying to Bangladesh for he...   | Read..

Punctuality lesson to minister costs headmistress

A school headmistress in Kerala has been transferred for speaking her mind after three batches of students missed class ...   | Read..

Amit Shah buzz grows

The process for installing the next BJP president, who will replace home minister Rajnath Singh, started this evening wh...   | Read..

Diplomats called back for meet on hostages

India is summoning home all its ambassadors in West Asia for a crisis meeting to evolve a cross-nation strategy to rescu...   | Read..

Valley woos, regional filmmakers respond

When paradise calls, you don’t refuse....   | Read..

Firewall for Bolly diplomacy against copyright questions

India’s foreign policy establishment, which counts Bollywood as a key aide in spreading the nation’s footpri...   | Read..