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Grecian tremors rock markets
30 June 2015, New Delhi, Agencies
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Monday that the country’s crisis-hit banks will be shut on Tuesday and capital controls imposed to prevent withdrawals, after cash machines ran dry.
Fin Secy Mehrishi fears capital outflow
Worried that the Greek crisis may trigger capital outflows, Finance Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi on Monday said the government is in touch with the Reserve Bank which will take necessary steps to deal with the issue.
Vasundhara faces Cong heat over Dholpur Palace
Congress on Monday accused Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje of “forcible, illegal occupation” of the Dholpur Palace along with Lalit Modi through a private company, a charge refuted by BJP.
PM plans clean India, Haryana decides to litter
PM’s initiatives at making the nation litter-free could hit an unusual roadblock in the coming days. In his last Man Ki Baat broadcast, Prime Minister seemed pleased over the results which the “Swachch Bharat Abhiyan” initiative was yielding.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Questions we need to ask but govt won’t answer
Did Sushma Swaraj reveal her long-standing family ties with absconder Lalit Modi to the Prime Minister when she took office and did he then ask that her family members withdraw from his legal team?


Land Bill will benefit tribal community
Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram speaks to Dhirendra Kumar about the ruling dispensation’s...

NATION  
NIA arrests key militant behind Manipur ambush
NIA has arrested a key member of Naga insurgent group NSCN-K for allegedly being a part of conspiracy to carry out the June 4 ambush that killed 18 army men in Manipur, in the first breakthrough in the probe into the incident.

  CITY
HC refuses to restrain Meena from Delhi ACB office, work
The Delhi High Court on Monday declined the Delhi government’s request to restrain Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief Mukesh Kumar Meena from dealing with the anti-corruption department or even entering the office.

  OPINION
Dilemmas mount over ‘Lalitgate’
Amulya Ganguli
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s image at the Centre has taken a hit due to the recent controversy...
Centre’s vision for urban development
Ruchita Bansal
The current ruling dispensation has unveiled a plethora of conditions for accountability and...
Synergy between research & outreach
G Palanithurai
Many educationists do not realise the indelible link that exists between research and outreach...
Roads along Chinese border unfinished
Abheet Singh Sethi
India continues to play catch up with China in building infrastructure along the border between...

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
Greek pensioners line outside banks despite 7-day closure
Banks and ATM machines were shut throughout Greece on Monday, the first day of capital controls announced by the government in a dramatic twist in the...
 WORLD
Tunisia makes first beach attack arrests as UK urges fightback
Tunisia on Monday said it had made its first arrests after a beach massacre that killed 38 people, as European officials paid tribute to victims of the...
 SPORTS
Harbhajan back, Rahane to captain India
Robin Uthappa also made a return to the ODI side, paceman Sandeep Sharma, leg-spinner Karn Sharma in the team to be captained by Ajinkya Rahane.

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
An elderly man waits outside a closed bank in Athens on Monday, June 29, 2015.

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