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Blistering heat wave claims over 400 lives
25 May 2015, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
The blistering heat wave across the country has claimed the lives of over 400 people. The heat conditions, according to the meteorological department, will continue for a few more days.
Many BJP biggies have not spent a Rs from MPLAD funds in first year
Even as the NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a media blitz to highlight its achievements, many of its ministers have little to show for their performance as Members of Parliament.
AAP’s 100-day report card at today’s mega rally
The Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday highlighted the achievements of 100 days in office. The party leadership said that the Delhi government has managed to implement a number of its electoral promises.
Malaysia unearths mass graves of suspected Rohingya migrants
Malaysia on Sunday said it has found mass graves near detention camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand, weeks after its police unearthed several bodies from similar shallow graves.

Land Bill will benefit tribal community
Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram speaks to Dhirendra Kumar about the ruling dispensation’s...

Landing jets on road to prove a boon during wars
The plan to land fighter aircrafts on a road strip existed for a long time. The bottleneck was in coordinating with compartments within which the Indian armed forces and civilian administration functioned, says three people who should know.

AAP attacks Centre for U-turn on statehood
The AAP government fired yet another salvo at the Centre, accusing Narendra Modi for induL-Ging in what might be termed the “biggest U-turn” on BJP’s poll promises of granting full statehood to Delhi.

A destructive economic vision
Pankaj Sharma
The Centre seems hell bent on destroying the egalitarian character of India’s polity.
Too soft on USA, too hard on China
Pinaki Bhattacharya
The Narendra Modi-led government’s foreign policy is a mismatch of convoluted thoughts.
Nation rests on very shaky ground
Down to Earth
Indian buildings largely ignore seismic guidelines, despite its obvious dangers.
People retain hope in Modi, but time is fast running out
Amulya Ganguli
Centre needs to get its act together and vigorously push economic reforms.


Pvt non-life insurers shying away from PM Bima Yojna
Many private non-life insurers appear to be shying away from the Modi’s ambitious social security scheme offering Rs 2-lakh accident cover at an annual premium...
Mighty Mumbai steal IPL-8 show
Having 203 as target to chase, the CSK fumbled in their run-chase campaign before the mighty Mumbai Indians on Sunday at Eden Gardens.

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma celebrates with trophy after winning IPL8 final against Chennai Super Kings at Eden Garden in Kolkata on Sunday.

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