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Day after massacre, Pak guns for Taliban chief
18 December 2014, Islamabad, Agencies
As a stunned nation comes to grips with the Peshawar bloodbath, it has fired up the Pakistan army, often perceived as being weak- kneed in its dealings with terror modules operating within the country.
Redevelopment now, regularisation later: Centre on unauthorised colonies
Unlike the preceding governments, which promised regularisation of unauthorised colonies every time that poll were round the corner, the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) instead has conveyed that it favoured redevelopment over regularisation.
Conversion row: BJP refuses to blink, House impasse continues
There is no end in sight to the ongoing logjam in Rajya Sabha jeopardising the passage of important economic bills related to the opening of the insurance sector and allocation of coal mines.
Defence deals worth Rs 4,444 cr cleared; Tata-Airbus proposal put on hold
The Defence Acquisition Council deferred a decision on a joint bid of Tata Sons Ltd and Airbus for replacing Indian Air Force’s Avro transport fleet. The meeting, however, approved other proposals worth Rs 4,444 crore.

Empowering the disabled is our priority: Gehlot
Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot, in an exclusive interview...

As Pak mourns, security tightened across India
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued advisories to most states to stay alert after specific intelligence inputs poured in of similar possible attacks in India.

Security beefed up in schools after Peshawar terror attack
After receiving a five-point advisory from the Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday evening, Delhi Police have deployed Quick Response Teams (QRTs) outside selected schools in Delhi, police said on Wednesday.

Still fighting the caste menace
Praful Bidwai
‘Merit’ means little in a hierarchy-obsessed India, says a recent household survey.
Reclaim the night, reclaim the day
Puja Bhattacharjee & Sanskrita Bharadwaj
A group of citizens gathered around a bonfire in Munirka at 9.30 pm, symbolically located behind...
Mired in many controversies
Bhupendra Chaubey
The HRD Minister needs to carve out a space for herself and not hide behind political heavyweights.
Centre tied to RSS’ apron strings
Pinaki Bhattacharya
Hindutva think tank driving national agenda, sending parliamentary debates to fresh low.


Vijay’s stylish century gives Ind rousing start
Murali Vijay's stylish 144 helped India amass 311 for four by stumps on day one of the second Test against Australia at the Gabba.

A Sikh devotee takes holy dip at the Golden Temple on a dense foggy morning in Amritsar on Wednesday.

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