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Arhar Modi: Rahul’s chant leaves LS in splits
29 July 2016, New Delhi, Team MP
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi lit up the debate on price rise in Lok Sabha on Thursday taking potshots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, needing intervention of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to retrieve lost ground for the government.
Efforts to hammer out consensus on GST gather momentum
The government on Thursday reached out to leaders of several Opposition parties, including that of the Congress and the Samajwadi Party, on the matter and requested for their support for its passage next week.
Abu Jundal convicted in 2006 arms haul case
26/11 key plotter Abu Jundal and 11 others were on Thursday convicted by a special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case.
Mahasweta Devi to be accorded state funeral: Mamata
Describing Mahasweta Devi’s death as West Bengal losing a “glorious mother” Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced the eminent writer and social activist will be cremated with full state honours.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Why is Aveek Sarkar so desperate to discredit Mamata Banerjee?
The ABP group owner wanted to play with the big boys of industry in Bengal but Mamata Banerjee has refused to play ball from day one. Even in matters which he had assumed were a cakewalk, he found...


In classroom and beyond
Supporting research, scholarly and creative endeavors that contribute to the creation of new...

NATION  
Opposition in LS voices concern over Chinese incursion
Opposition members in the Lok Sabha today expressed concern over incursion by Chinese troops in Chamoli district of Uttarkhand and wanted immediate steps to counter such actions while cautioning the government about intentions of China.

  CITY
Delhi govt schools to hold PTMs for first time on July 30
In order to make parents of government schools students as “stakeholders” of education, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday announced a mega Parents-Teachers-Meeting (PTM) on July 30 which he described as first positive dialogue between parents and teachers.

  OPINION
The Olympics will not spread Zika
Joseph Lewnard
Chance that someone at Rio games will import the virus to their home country is low, explains...
India lacks accurate data to tackle Hepatitis
Kundan Pandey
Most people with chronic Hepatitis B or C are unaware of infections and are at serious risk of...
A toll-free number helps villagers live with animals
Deepa Padmanaban
Field agents take care of procedures which deterred villagers from seeking compensation.
Hepatitis B, C pose huge health challenge
Somrita Ghosh
Hepatitis B has a vaccine but no cure, while Hepatitis C has no vaccine but has a cure, informs...

EDITORIAL

 SPORTS
Aussies consolidate lead over Lankans
Australia removed Sri Lankan opener Kusal Perera cheaply after building up an 86-run first innings lead over their hosts as they took firm command on Wednesday...
My best game was in India: SA Cricketer of the Year Rabada

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT
Don’t take success to my head or failure to my heart: Anushka
‘It is important to have that sense of reality(that) you will have successes and you will have failures and you will have to lie somewhere in between’

FEATURES
Reviving the pride of India
‘Indian traditional handicrafts and handmade textiles represent the country’s unique cultural mosaic and identity to the world. Our rich heritage supported by the right policies could provide economic potential for women and designers’ said designer Sabyasachi.

  PHOTO
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
People of dalit community holding a protest rally against the Una incident, in Bhuj on Sunday.

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