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Saturday , August 2 , 2014
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Modi drives WTO bargain with Kerry

The US for the first time today hinted at willingness to speed up WTO negotiations on food security to “unblock” New Delhi’s opposition to a key trade pact, after a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and secretary of state John Kerry....   | Read..

Tear gas loyalist to sharp shooter

Natwar Singh had stood unflinchingly behind Sonia Gandhi during her darkest years, even braving water cannons and tear gas to fight her cause against then Prime Minister ...   | Read..

Lanka apology after ‘love letter’ row

Sri Lanka today apologised to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jayalalithaa after the title of an article on its defence ministry website and the visuals accompanying it ...   | Read..

Twin typhoons threaten monsoon after July revival

India’s monsoon rainfall deficit has improved dramatically to 22 per cent below average from a 43 per cent deficit a month ago, but two typhoons in the western Paci...   | Read..

Bid to correct ‘pro-rich tilt’

The Narendra Modi government’s refusal to sign the WTO trade facilitation agreement is not a sudden afterthought, BJP sources insisted, adding that it was aimed at ...   | Read..
Earthmovers whirring around him, Chandrakant Zhanjare, 13 of whose family members are missing after the landslide at Malin village in Pune, breaks dow ...  | Read
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Insurance hopes rest on Opposition split

The Narendra Modi government has braced itself to table the insurance bill in the Rajya Sabha o...   | Read..

Don’t fast-track only MPs’ cases, says SC

The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to draw up a comprehensive framework to fast-track ...   | Read..

India protests China ‘violation’

India has protested against what it has said is a violation of the latest confidence-building pact between Beijing and N...   | Read..

Push for joint counselling in tech schools

Delhi High Court today directed the Centre to ensure common counselling for IIT and NIT seats from next year and explore...   | Read..

Omar passport sop for ex-rebels, kin

For the first time, former militants in Kashmir can get passports — though only for pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia an...   | Read..

Govt elbow room cut in UPSC row

The government had its elbow room reduced in the civil services exam controversy today with an expert panel appearing to...   | Read..

Roy to stay in Tihar conference room

The Supreme Court today allowed Sahara chief Subrata Roy to stay in a Tihar jail conference hall for “10 working d...   | Read..

Malin triggers Mumbai jitters

This week’s devastating mudslide in Pune’s Malin village has raised the spectre of similar tragedies in Mumb...   | Read..