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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
 

India

Loosened: praise-strings

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The score at stumps on Day One of the Bengal Global Business Summit: Bengal 1, the event 1 and Mamata Banerjee 1 plus 1 plus 1....   | Read..
 

'Encounter' fear stalks even Togadia

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Pravin Togadia on Tuesday said "some people" were trying to frame him in false cases and even get him killed in a fake encounter as he recalled events a day a......   | Read..
 

Subsidy on Haj to end

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Haj subsidy will end from this year, the Centre said on Tuesday, implementing a step mandated by the Supreme Court and showcasing it as a commitment to "development without appeasement"....   | Read..
 

Chinese terms for all of India

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Chinese consul-general in Calcutta has called for "more stable and sound political relations" between India and his country and a "welcoming approach" by the people here in ......   | Read..
 

Arun Mishra pulls out of Loya case

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Justice Arun Mishra has recused himself from the case relating to the death of judge B.H. Loya, sources said on Tuesday night, suggesting that a partial solution is in sight to the controversy invo......   | Read..
 

Cow urine to cure dissent

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The BJP's youth wing has purified a venue with cow urine to protest an event attended by actor Prakash Raj in Karnataka....   | Read..
 

Will act on khaps if govt doesn't: SC

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would pass appropriate orders to ban all forms of extra-judicial fiats issued by khap panchayats if the government did not come up with suitable laws to rein in......   | Read..
 

Sealed report on judge in court

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Maharashtra government on Tuesday placed in the Supreme Court in a sealed cover a report containing materials related to the death of CBI judge B.H. Loya, who had been hearing the Sohrabuddin S......   | Read..
 

Chouhan loses cool, 'slaps' guard

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan slapped a man, said to be his security guard, at a road show on Sunday, according to a purported video clip, in an uncharacteristic show of belli......   | Read..
 

Punjab minister resigns

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Punjab power and irrigation minister Rana Gurjit Singh, who had last year faced corruption allegations in auction of sand mines before being cleared, has handed in his resignation, although the imm......   | Read..
 

Tussle holds up cop post

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Narendra Modi government has been sitting on the appointment file of Om Prakash Singh as Uttar Pradesh's next DGP, leaving the police force of the country's biggest state headless for two weeks......   | Read..
 

Intel cash for air research

First published on 17-Jan-2018
India's science and technology ministry and global chip-maker Intel Corporation on Monday announced joint funding for four research projects in India that seek to develop low-cost, real-time, wirel......   | Read..
 

Bangalore assault tape

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Police have arrested 10 persons, including two known rowdies and three minors, for assaulting two boys for allegedly knocking them down with their motorbike on New Year's Eve, swinging into action ......   | Read..
 

In Kerala, CPI reads between Gita's lines & sees red

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Kerala's Marxist chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan's unlikely economic adviser, Harvard professor Gita Gopinath, has come under fresh political scrutiny for her purported opinions....   | Read..
 

Cong sees plot in Rahul, Togadia cases

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Congress has alleged that the police lathicharge on the crowd that came to meet Rahul Gandhi during his first visit to his parliamentary constituency Amethi on Monday as party chief was part of......   | Read..
 

Farm mainstay belies job claim

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Four in five working teenagers in villages are engaged in agricultural jobs although a little over 1 per cent aspired for employment in the sector, a survey has found and reinforced the perception ......   | Read..
 

Saffron paint fells UP Haj secretary

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Yogi Adityanath government on Tuesday removed R.P. Singh from the post of the Uttar Pradesh Haj committee secretary in the aftermath of the controversy over the painting of the outfit office's ......   | Read..
 

FDI fall and medical device cap coincide

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Foreign direct investments in the medical devices sector have declined over the past year, coinciding with the Narendra Modi government's steps last year to impose uniform price caps on coronary st......   | Read..
 

Sound curbs in UP

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday directed the districts' administration to initiate action against illegal installation of loudspeakers at temples, mosques and other public places after the ......   | Read..
 

Online courses

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The Centre announced on Tuesday that universities would be allowed to offer courses online, including those programmes that award degrees, at a time enthusiasm for such a mode is on the wane the wo......   | Read..