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Friday , January 22 , 2016
 
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Silent PM, glib colleagues botch reaction

Ill-advised comments by Smriti Irani and BJP general secretary P. Muralidhar Rao, and Narendra Modi's silence, have made government and party appear insensitive in handling Rohith Vemula's suicide,...   | Read..
 

University revokes suspensions

Hyderabad Central University today revoked the suspension of four Dalit research scholars citing the "extraordinary situation" on the campus since a fifth, Rohith...   | Read..
 

'Anti-national' attack

BJP general secretary P. Muralidhar Rao today accused the Ambedkar Students Association of a "divide India" campaign and called for strong action against...   | Read..
 

Cong demands Smriti sack for 'lies'

The Congress today said that human resource development minister Smriti Irani should be sacked immediately for her "three lies" and her defence of the Hyderabad...   | Read..
 

Favourite kid, nurturing nest

The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) may be a problem child on the campus of the University of Hyderabad but it is the favourite progeny of the Sangh.   | Read..
 

Wazir shadow creeps up on Farhan marriage

A lovemaking scene between Farhan Akhtar and Aditi Rao Hydari that was found too steamy to make it to the final cut of Wazir is being cited in the Bollywood grapevine as...   | Read..
 

Penalise polluting builders daily: SC

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to consider phasing out all government diesel vehicles aged more than five years in Delhi and proposed a fine of Rs 50,000 every...   | Read..
 

'Nation building' aim for JNU

The government today appointed an IIT professor said to be linked to an organisation with Sangh ideology as the next man to head the Jawaharlal Nehru University, often...   | Read..
 

Missed: Tejas fight with Thunder

Defence minister Manohar Parrikar today missed, along with aviation-watchers, a possible competition between India's home-built Light Combat Aircraft Tejas and Pakistan's...   | Read..
 

Fares fall, flyers take wing

Eighty-one million passengers chose to fly while travelling within the country last year in a five-year high for domestic air traffic that sources in the aviation ministry...   | Read..
 

Techie killed by Facebook friend: Police

An IBM executive was murdered in her Bangalore apartment, strangled with a laptop cable allegedly by a man whom she had met on Facebook only three months ago.   | Read..
 

Herald firm recast

Associated Journals Limited (AJL), the publisher of the now-defunct National Herald, will become a non-profit entity, change its name and relaunch the paper founded by...   | Read..
 

Mrinalini Sarabhai dead

Celebrated classical dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai died at her Ahmedabad home today. She was 97.   | Read..
 

Surrogacy maternity leave

Maharashtra has become the first state to extend full maternity benefits to women who have babies using a surrogate mother.   | Read..
 

KJO unplugged

Karan Johar was at the Jaipur Literature Festival on Thursday. In a conversation about his biography An Unsuitable Boy, the filmmaker revealed why he would not...   | Read..
 
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