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Prabhu in modernisation push
27 February 2015, New Delhi, Sidharth Mishra
Railways minister Suresh Prabhu enjoys formidable reputation as a chartered accountant. The annual financial statement of the Indian Railways presented by him on Thursday can be best summarised as a chartered accountant’s budget.
Opposition dismisses ‘vision document’
While the BJP and the NDA partners described the Railway Budget presented by Suresh Prabhu on Thursday as path-breaking, the Opposition dismissed it as a “dud” and no better than a a “vision document.”
Jaitley slams UPA’s ‘defective’ land law
Finance minister Arun Jaitley launched a blistering attack on the previous UPA regime saying their land law had “disastrous impact” on India’s national security as Pakistan could get information on critical defence projects coming up here.
Delhi poll drubbing still rankles BJP, Cong
The issue of BJP and Congress’ dismal performance in the recently concluded Delhi election snowballed into a war of words between senior leaders of the two parties in Lok Sabha on Thursday, as Parliamentary affairs minister Venkaiah Naidu took a dig...
Mid-day meal: Nexus of govt officials, middlemen siphoned off Rs 5k cr
The Mid Day Meal Scheme according to CAG yet to be published report, has been rendered ineffective thanks to the embezzlement of funds amounting to nearly Rs 5,000 crore.

Kiran Bedi is a liability for BJP, says Kejriwal
Aam Aadmi Party will fully support Anna Hazare if he launches fresh movement for Jan Lokpal

Ordinance row: No question of going back, let Par decide: Naidu
Government said there is "no question of going back" on any of the ordinances including on land acquisition, but it will be open to suggestions when the bills are taken up after the Budget and accused the Congress of adopting "double standards" on the issue.

Double delight for Delhi
The emphasis of Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu to augment facilities for commuters is reflected in the fund allocation as Delhi has received almost double the amount compared to the previous year for passenger amenities.

Rush for LED bulbs upsets local makers
Nantoo Banerjee
Massive imports will hit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative.
Pollution on the rise, shorter lives
K V Venkatasubramanian
Committed, concerted action needed to control alarming air pollution levels.
Massive investment planned for railways
G Srinivasan
Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu charts a new and brave road-map.
Modi takes U-turn on large hydro projects in Arunachal
Amarjyoti Borah
After endorsing smaller hydropower projects during pre-election campaign, the Prime Minister pushes...


Rail budget to reignite cooling inflation
Prices of food grain, pulses, cement, coal and steel are likely to go up following the proposal to hike rail freight by up to 10 per cent for various...
Taliban suicide attack in Kabul kills two
A Taliban suicide attack targeting a Turkish diplomatic vehicle killed two people in Kabul on Thursday, highlighting the fragile security situation as the...
Maiden win: Afghan lions down Scots in humdinger
A valiant knock from Samiullah Shenwari (96) inspired Afghanistan to a thrilling one-wicket victory against Scotland in a World Cup Pool A game.

A man walks with umberalla during rains at foreshore road on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar on Wednesday.

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