India  /  Published 28.11.18

Judges opt out of B.H. Loya case

A judge on the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Wednesday withdrew from hearing a plea for safe custody of all documents related to CBI judge B.H. Loya’s mysterious death, two days after a divis...
By Our Special Correspondent in Mumbai

Bihar  /  Published 28.11.18

Rabri Devi sit-in forces House chief to blink

The Legislative Council witnessed unprecedented high drama on Wednesday as Rabri Devi sat on a dharna in its Well to protest the suspension of five Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) members for two days and ...
By Dev Raj in Patna

North East  /  Published 24.11.18

Ulfa-I claims Demow blast responsibility

Ulfa (Independent) on Saturday claimed responsibility for the blast at Demow in Sivasagar district of Upper Assam that left two dead but denied its involvement in the killing of five persons at Dhola ...
By Avik Chakraborty in Dibrugarh

North East  /  Published 22.11.18

NIA takes over Dhola killing case

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has taken over the inquiry into the killing of five men by suspected Ulfa (Independent) militants at Dhola in Tinsukia district of Assam on November 1.An offici...
By Pankaj Sarma and Rishu Kalantri in Guwahati


India  /  Published 28.03.19

Judge voices Samjhauta acquittal pain

A special court that acquitted Swami Aseemanand and three others in the Samjhauta Express blast case last week has said the National Investigation Agency lost a valuable piece of evidence by not condu...
By PTI in Panchkula

Opinion  /  Published 27.03.19

Elections 2019: Battle for democracy itself

Elections are considered to be the litmus test for a democracy. The public discourse tends to look at elections through the prism of governance. The performance of an elected dispensation is thus put ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 25.03.19

Samjhauta case verdict is a matter of shame

Old India was known as a land of mystics. New India, however, abounds in mysteries. Consider the verdict handed out by a special court on the bomb blasts in the Samjhauta Express that killed 68 passe...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 24.03.19

At Diwana, a burning train called Samjhauta

Last week, Swami Aseemanand was acquitted in the Samjhauta blast case. The tragedy derives its name from the train link between India and Pakistan that was inaugurated in 1976. On the night of Februar...
By Upala Sen

World  /  Published 23.03.19

Now comes Washington’s Garbo, Robert Mueller

I got a call at 3 pm on Friday from the Washington electric company telling me that a manhole in front of my house was smoking, that the underground cable to my house had burned up because it was old ...
By Maureen Dowd/NYTNS in Washington


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