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Supertech’s six projects cancelled in twin cities
25 May 2016, Noida, Anup Verma
The projects of real estate giant Supertech are proving to be a house of cards shattering dreams of over 50,000 home buyers in twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida.
Farmer earns Re 1 after selling one tonne of onions!
Nothing can be as bizarre as this! A farmer has said he could earn only Re 1 from sale of nearly a tonne of onions at the district Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC).
Lucknow tops list of 13 new Smart Cities; Fbd, Chandigarh make cut
While announcing names of 13 new cities included in the Smart City list, figuring Lucknow, Ranchi and Kolkata’s New Town among others, window has been kept open for several state capitals to come up with fresh plans.
Air ambulance crash lands in Najafgarh
A Delhi-bound air ambulance, C-90 Beech King aircraft, belonging to Alchemist Group crash-landed in a field at Kair village of Najafgarh area on the outskirts of south-western part of Delhi on Tuesday afternoon.
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...

The success story of mini India
In an exclusive interview with Millennium Post, Lt Gen AK Singh, Lieutenant Governor of Andaman &...

Govt to ban potassium bromate after reports of cancerous chemicals in bread
The government is all set to ban potassium bromate as food additive. Health Minister JP Nadda said that the government would take appropriate action, following a report that claimed presence of cancer-causing chemicals in bread samples of virtually all top brands.

‘Improve power situation or your license will be cancelled’
In a stern warning to the discoms, Delhi government on Tuesday said it will not hesitate to consider “cancelling” their licenses if they fail to improve the power situation in the city which has been hit by a spate of outages of late.

BJP’s gamble on campus
Sidharth Mishra
Through its latest order, the UGC has put the cat among the pigeons.
Growth, jobs likely to remain elusive
S Sethuraman
The NDA government has struggled to usher in ‘structural reforms.’ It remains to be seen how far...
What nonagenarians think about death
Jane Fleming
Death was part of life for many of the older people who often said they were taking each day as it...
Should EC move towards simultaneous polls?
Amit Kapoor
There are key positives in conducting Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly elections simultaneously.


Govt targets record 270.1-mt food grains output this year
The government has set a target to achieve a record foodgrains production of 270.10 million tonnes in 2016-17 crop year on hopes of bountiful rains after two...
Madhesis snub Nepal PM, boycott all party meet
An alliance of agitating Madhesi and other minority groups seeking more rights and representation in Nepal’s new Constitution on Tuesday snubbed Prime Minister...

Hindu Sanghati activists shouting slogans against JNU student Umar Khalid outside a hall where JNU student Umar Khalid participate at a seminar Balckout on Bastar-A war without witnesses in Kolkata on Saturday.

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