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Coal India to give up Rs 2,865 crores for whom?
26 July 2014, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
Around 52 million tonnes of coal that CIL sells through e-auction helps them to earn them 40% higher price than the notified price of coal.
Barely 2 months after sweeping India, BJP loses U’khand bypolls
In a result that has sent shock waves within the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, the Congress won all three assembly seats in the state which went to the polls earlier this week. The results of the bypolls, held on 21 July were declared on Friday.
Israeli massacre on, takes Gaza toll to 828
Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip on Friday killed a top militant commander, two of his sons and a pregnant woman among others, taking the Palestinian toll to 828, as the 18-day conflict spread to the West Bank where largest anti-Israel protests...
Bindra bids adieu to CWG with elusive gold
Abhinav Bindra made his swansong appearance at the Commonwealth Games a memorable one as the star Indian shooter won the battle of nerves in a gripping competition to bag the 10m Air Rifle gold medal, which has eluded him in the previous four...

‘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...

No case for Cong to claim LoP: AG
In a bad news for Congress, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi has opined that the party has no case for claiming the Leader of Opposition (LoP) post, saying there is no precedence since the days of the first Lok Sabha when Jawaharlal Nehru was the prime minister.

After clean chit, DU principal reinstated
Sensational sexual harassment charges on a DU’s College principal followed by suicide of an ex-DU employee which rocked Delhi on 30 Sep, 2013, were proved to be false following which BR Ambedkar College principal GK Arora on Friday resumed office after 10 months.

Time to judge the judge
Vikas Gupta
Markandey Katju alleges India’s higher judiciary is in a state of deterioration.
Denuding universities of autonomy
L S Herdenia
Provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Universities (Amendment) Bill 2014 has evoked a sharp reaction...
‘We’re revolutionising the way our industry clearances are given’
Pratap Vikram
Government has taken several initiatives in the last few months. We have started monitoring...
‘I’m from Northeast but I’m not Mowgli’
Prantick Majumder
While people in Delhi or so-called ‘mainstream India’ have little exposure to the northeast, people...


Jaitley dangles concessions for MFs industry, income tax payers
The government on Friday announced some concessions for mutual fund industry and income tax payers, while comitting to low tax regime to promote industrial...



Salman finds his lady love, calls her JFK
Pampering Jacqueline Fernandes to bits on the sets of a TV show, Salman constantly ensured that his on-screen lady love was comfortable at the shoot. So is there something cooking?

Amateur is the new professional!
Head over to India Habitat Centre for an exhibition displaying over150 captivating images by amateur artistes from all across the country.

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