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Tuesday , January 10 , 2017
 
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Miranda House in selfie ban

Miranda House has issued a notice to about 1,200 part-time students of its School of Open Learning barring them from "clicking selfies, combing their hair and modelling" on campus.   | Read..
 

Book fair snub for JNU novel

The National Book Trust, the government publisher that is organising the ongoing New Delhi World Book Fair, has denied permission for a discussion session on a novel about...   | Read..
 

BSF empty-belly cry

A BSF jawan posted on the Line of Control has alleged "cruelty" to the troops, saying they are served poor-quality food and often have to go to bed on an...   | Read..
 

Expat who brings dead back home

Some two months ago, Ashraf Thamarassery flew the body of an Indian expatriate labourer who died of a heart attack in Sharjah to a small town in Bengal.   | Read..
 

Pak sends missile message

Pakistan fired its first submarine-launched cruise missile today, the military said, a show of force for a country that sees its missile development as a deterrent against...   | Read..
 

Khanderi sub set to be launched

The second of six Scorpene-class submarines being built in Mumbai will be floated this week even as questions on the secrecy codes of the vessel are being studied by the...   | Read..
 

SC poser to states on thousands of hectares

The Supreme Court today issued notices to the Centre and seven states, including Bengal, on a plea for return of 45,782 hectares of agricultural land acquired from farmers...   | Read..
 

Judge

An intern who has accused former Supreme Court judge Swatanter Kumar of sexual harassment today sought a sitting judge's recusal from her case, reports our legal...   | Read..
 

PM themes in Padma shortlist

The Union home ministry has shortlisted 155 candidates for this year's Padma awards, focusing on "unsung" figures associated with issues highlighted by Prime...   | Read..
 

TB dosage deadline

The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to take a call by Friday on providing daily doses of medicine to tuberculosis patients in place of the prevailing thrice-a-week...   | Read..
 

Labourers killed in Jammu

Suspected militants stormed a Border Roads Organisation camp in Jammu's Akhnoor area last night and killed three civilian labourers who were asleep.   | Read..
 

Mehbooba offers a healing touch

Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti today struck a rare conciliatory note over the deaths in the security forces' firing during last year's unrest, announcing a probe and...   | Read..
 

Salman verdict on Jan 18

Salman Khan may be in for some trouble in the New Year. A Jodhpur court today fixed January 18 for pronouncing the verdict in the Arms Act case against the actor and asked...   | Read..
 

CM stares down IAS officers

IAS officers' threat to take mass casual leave in Kerala to protest vigilance cases against their colleagues fizzled out today with chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan putting...   | Read..
 

Sukhbir convoy attack

Two separate incidents 160km apart have kept the political pot boiling in Punjab by triggering a blame game between the ruling Akali Dal and the Aam Aadmi Party.   | Read..
 

Cong populist overdose

The Congress today unveiled its Punjab manifesto that banks on the leadership of Amarinder Singh and offers an unprecedented dose of populism in a strategy seen as an...   | Read..
 

Venky advice for politicians

obel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan today had a word of caution for politicians: they should facilitate scientific research but never interfere in scientists' decisions.   | Read..
 

Techies retain CAT grip

Engineers have continued to dominate the Common Admission Test this time, with 20 students from the technical field scoring 100 percentile.   | Read..
 
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