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Modi accuses J&K leaders of indulging in graft
28 November 2014, New Delhi, Agencies
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the development of Jammu and Kashmir has been stagnant since the last 30 years and leaders here 'indulge in corruption and emotional blackmail'.
SC asks DLF to deposit remaining Rs 480 crore penalty
The Supreme Court on Friday asked DLF to deposit the balance Rs 480 crore of a total Rs 630 crore penalty imposed on the realty major by fair trade regulator CCI for allegedly exploiting its dominant position.
Pak violates ceasefire along IB in Arnia
Pakistani rangers on Friday violated ceasefire by resorting to brief firing along the international border in Jammu's Arnia sub-sector, just hours after it was hit by a terror strike.
40 Indian prisoners released from Karachi jail
Pakistan announced the release of 40 Indian prisoners, mostly fishermen, from a jail here, a day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif shook hands and exchanged pleasantries with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi at the SAARC Summit.

‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

Poll vision: BJP goes all out to woo Kashmiri Pandits
In a bid to woo Kashmiri Pandits, BJP on Thursday promised to reserve three out of 46 Assembly seats in Kashmir for the community displaced from the Valley after the outbreak of militancy.

DU hounded out whistle-blower in Pental case, HC restored his job
The documents in possession of Millennium Post show that the Professor P Pardha Saradhi was harassed, falsely implicated and suspended, after he filed a complaint in May 2004 about theft of research data.

India, it’s time to commit now
G Srinivasan
Low-carbon development is the only way to pave the road to sustainable future.
At last, Delhi goes park positive
Adarsha Kapoor
This welcome measure must be combined with other steps to address the problem.
Not just a doll face
Bikram Vohra
In India, a girl child’s birth is met with stony silence and despair because it is a financial...
Long journey from aspirants to civil servants
Kavya Dubey
UPSC is a very prestigious institution, but making a political puppetry out of it will do the...


‘ISIS lacks funds to run the territory it controls’
Terror expert Charles Brisard says that the cost of running an administration, maintaining roads, schools, hospitals, electricity is far beyond the reach of...
First Test set to be rescheduled
The first cricket Test between India and Australia is all set to be rescheduled as three senior cricketers said that they are not in perfect state of mind.

Christmas trees sit covered in snow on the family-run Howell Tree Farm.

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