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17 dead, 160 trapped in Pune landslide
31 July 2014, Pune, M Post Bureau
At least 17 people were killed when torrential rains triggered a landslide at a village in Maharashtra’s Pune district on Wednesday, burying over 160 as 400 NDRF personnel looked for survivors and bodies in the mud-and-rock debris battling inclement weather.
Naroda Patiya riots: Maya Kodnani gets bail
The Gujarat High Court on Wednesday granted bail to former minister Maya Kodnani, who was convicted and sentenced to 28 years’ imprisonment in the 2002 Naroda Paitya riots case in which 97 people were killed.
Sibal, 15 other ex-ministers served eviction notice!
Sixteen former ministers of the UPA government are staying unauthorised in government bungalows for over a month now and have been served eviction notices, the Lok Sabha was told on Wednesday.
Sanskrit varsity functioning without V-C for 3 years!
Despite prime minister Narendra Modi’s professed stand to promote Sanskrit language and its introduction in CBSE-affiliated schools across the country, the premier centre teaching classical language is suffering due to government apathy.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Why is govt sitting on Rs 750 crore Unitech default case?
An inquiry by the finance ministry has recommended that a major penalty be imposed and action initiated through Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) against the current Insurance Regulatory &...


‘Twists are in the depth of the characters’
We caught up with Simian author Vikram Balagopal to talk about myths, legends and more. Here are...

NATION  
Gorkhaland: GJM writes to Shah ‘reminding’ of promise
The Gorkha Janmukti Morch (GJM) has once again revived the demand for separate statehood. The party has written a letter to BJP president Amit Shah demanding Gorkhaland.

  CITY
Chickens fed antibiotics to grow faster: Study
Claiming that it found several antibiotic residues in chickens tested in Delhi-NCR region, an environment body on Wednesday said ‘large-scale and indiscriminate’ use of antibiotics in poultry industry might be ‘strongly linked’ to growing antibiotic resistance in Indians.

  OPINION
Pro-business and pro-poor
Nantoo Banerjee
Legendary Apeejay’s Jit Paul, who lorded over Kolkata’s food-fun-n-frolic hub Park Street, once...
Those old hunger games
Biraj Swain & Ranvir Singh
With the Rajya Sabha TV into its second rerun of the Samvidhan serial and the constitutional...
For a transformative partnership
S Sethuraman
US Secretary of State John Kerry visiting India in the first 100 days of the Narendra Modi...
Will India keep riding wobbly gold wagon?
Vatsal Srivastava
Gold has been in a narrow trading range of $1,200/ounce-$1,400/ounce so far this year.

EDITORIAL

 WORLD
US-Hiroshima bombing: Last surviving crew dies
Theodore Van Kirk, the last surviving crew member of the US B-29 bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima during World War II, has died.
 SPORTS
India stare at crushing defeat
India were staring at a crushing defeat after yet another miserable batting display gave England a complete stranglehold in the third cricket Test.

  CARTOON
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Oblique night image provided by NASA shows Italy and Sicily on July 26, 2014, as seen from the International Space Station.

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