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Saturday , June 28 , 2014

Health minister ‘crude’ jibe at sex education

Health minister Harsh Vardhan today spawned outrage with his comments on “so-called sex education”, prompting educationists and health activists to accuse him of mixing up science with his personal moral beliefs....   | Read..

BTech pupils on edge after DU rollback

As most of Delhi University erupted in celebration after the four-year undergraduate programme was scrapped, BTech student Devanshu, sitting at a dharna site, looked at h...   | Read..

Minister choice for PS rejected

The Centre has rejected junior rural development minister Upendra Kushwaha’s pick for private secretary....   | Read..

Gas pipe leak turns hamlet into hell

Fifteen people were burnt alive after a leaking government gas pipeline turned a village into a tinderbox last night and an unsuspecting resident struck a match to light ...   | Read..

Punctuality headmistress apologises

A Kerala headmistress transferred for publicly criticising the state education minister’s delayed arrival at an event at her school met the chief minister today and...   | Read..
Smriti’s journey from ‘burden’ to minister ...  | Read
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Team Rahul rift with veterans vexes Sonia

As Sonia Gandhi works on plans to restructure the Congress after its worst election debacle, ir...   | Read..

Sushma backs Bangla poll

India will not question Bangladesh’s controversial January elections, foreign minister Su...   | Read..

States seek changes to land law

Most of the states today complained that the new land acquisition act was hobbling infrastructure projects and demanded R...   | Read..

Rajnath four-point plan to fight Maoists

If P. Chidambaram had a two-pronged strategy to fight Maoists, Rajnath Singh has a four-step plan....   | Read..

Shivraj feels entrance scam heat

Suddenly, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is looking worried and vulnerable....   | Read..

Congress smells blood, targets CM

The Congress has sensed its chance and mounted pressure on the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government for a CBI probe into an ...   | Read..

Amid packing, CBI team knocks

Governor M.K. Narayanan is likely to resign on July 1 and will leave Bengal on July 4, more than six months before his t...   | Read..

HC plea against Maratha quota

A PIL was filed today against reservation for Marathas, two days after the poll-bound Congress-NCP government’s de...   | Read..

Governor in witness box

M.K. Narayanan, who is in the middle of winding up as Bengal governor, today became the first occupant of a Raj Bhavan t...   | Read..