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The spokesperson who hardly spoke

Most BJP leaders today responded with a sheepish smile when asked about the selection of Ramnath Kovind as the NDA's presidential candidate but none dared say anything that could be construed as a...   | Read..
 

Home recalls 'simple man'

Sleepy Maharishi Dayanand Vihar Colony in Kalyanpur erupted in joy today - one of its own was set to become the President of India.   | Read..
 

Mathematics optional in Class X? High court weighs in

Bombay High Court today went into a thorny question that tends to divide parents, children and educationists: should mathematics be compulsory in secondary school?   | Read..
 

Science nod for amla in Alzheimer's

Biologists have shown that a herbal formulation based on the amla, the Indian gooseberry, can improve memory functions of mice genetically engineered to mimic human...   | Read..
 

Fears over ICHR 'objectivity' goal

The Indian Council of Historical Research is poised to amend its constitution for the first time, triggering fears that the 45-year-old autonomous institution's stated aim...   | Read..
 

Apply online for Australia visa

Australia today announced online visa visitor facilities for Indians from July 1, promising more convenient travel and seeking to cash in on the country's rising popularity...   | Read..
 

Mehbooba rushes to slain's cop home

Politicians are making a beeline for the residence of a police officer killed by militants in Kashmir last week after their absence at his funeral came in for criticism.   | Read..
 

Russia arms hope amid Trump worry

Defence minister Arun Jaitley will fly to Russia for the second time in four months later this week as India tries to win technology transfer commitments for sophisticated...   | Read..
 

Brics arena for India-China duel

India and China are locked in a game of shadow-boxing within a grouping that also includes Brazil, Russia and South Africa, with Beijing seeking endorsement for its One...   | Read..
 

AAP sees 'BJP govt's CBI raid'

The Aam Aadmi Party today termed the Central Bureau of Investigation's questioning of a Delhi minister's wife as the "BJP government's CBI raid".   | Read..
 

Punjab tweak for liquor leeway

Punjab has cleared an amendment to get around the Supreme Court's restrictions on liquor sales within 500 metres of highways so that drinks can be served in hotels,...   | Read..
 
An aircraft being loaded on Monday at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul with 60 tonnes of medicinal plants to mark the opening of the...   | Read..
 
 
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