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After charge-sheet, ACB chief summoned by Commission
Hours after ACB filed charge-sheet in the Rs 100 crore CNG fitness scam, its chief M K Meena was summoned by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-appointed Commission of Inquiry to appear before it at 3 pm on Friday.
Principal on her way to receive President’s Medal robbed in train
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Black money: SIT directed to file progress report by Oct 7
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on black money to submit the fourth report on the progress of its probe by October 7.
India, UAE to boost trade by 60% in five years
Army guns down four terrorists in Kashmir, one jawan dies
Veterans accuse govt of ‘shifting goalpost’
Mussoorie all set to go Wi-Fi, says CM Rawat
States to be ranked on ease of doing business: Sitharaman
Jolt for Nitish, Lalu as Samajwadi Party pulls out of Janata Parivar
Indrani wilts, says she did it
Took VRS to look after ailing mother: Vijaylakshmi Joshi
Govt cancels Greenpeace India’s FCRA licence
Corrupt and absolutely opaque
The Raigad Police has a history of negligence in high-profile cases, writes Shantonu Sen.
GOVT sedates the farmer
Europe witnessing massive refugee influx
Are street vendors the only encroachers?
Bihar poll the real test for Modi
A $16 billion smoking-led health crisis
Seeking reconciliation with Tamils
Barun Das Gupta
Social and communal harmony in Sikkim
Mid-day meals for kids are in a mess
Back to toilet school
China announces 3 lakh troop cut
The 2.3 million-strong Chinese military which is the world’s largest will see a 300,000 troop reduction, President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday.
Horrified by image of dead boy, Spain urges Syria solution
Suspect confesses to murdering Bangladeshi blogger
14 dead after migrant boat sinks off Malaysia: Official
‘Twitter top source of breaking news’
Uber lawsuit withdrawal: Indian woman’s lawyer keeps mum
‘IS militants worse than Nazis’
Be aggressive against terror safe havens: US to Pak
ISIS fighters flaunt American M16 rifles
Obama, Saudi King to discuss Iran
Yes, we are pro-business, we will be pro-business: Centre
‘We need to support industry. If industry moves ahead, the country moves ahead,’ says Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises Minister Anant Geete.
Goa miners grapple with high taxation, lower ore prices
Foreigner’s paradise: CBDT asks officers not to pursue pending MAT cases
Adani loses Australia mine project’s key customer LG
PSU LIC completes 59 glorious years of service to the nation
We Need bauxite for refinery to live, Vedanta tells Odisha
Mass tractor protests held in France over plunging farm income
SAIL SCRIP firms up 5% on plans to modernise & expand ops
Goyal, Pradhan launch Multi Skill Centre at NTPC-Talcher Kaniha
Oz to encourage firms to take part in India mine auctions
Tihar Jail resonates with classical music
Legends of India in collaboration with Sangeet Natak Akademi presented a rendition by Dr Nagraj Rao Havaldar last weekend. He is one of the most renowned exponents of Hindustani classical music.
Iconic instrumentalists and Rajasthani musicians to share the stage
Oppo launches R7 and R7 Lite
Exploring diversity in art
Women more prone to clinical anxiety than men
Soda intake can increase fatal heart disease risk
Exploring India’s myriad wedding traditions
Healthy teenage friendships portend good health later
Teach toddlers emotions to help them behave better
City gears up for film fest with robots and droids
Aftereffect: Atapattu resigns as Lanka coach after India defeat
Island nation has lost back-to-back Test series against Pakistan and India.
Tainted trio must prove strength of character: PCB chief selector
Serena struggles, Nadal also advances at US Open
Physical, mental fitness key to success: Saina to aspiring kids
Coal India bags coveted Sports Award for 2015
We created many chances against Nepal: Constantine
Champions Tennis League from Nov 23-Dec 6
‘India can’t perform well in Davis Cup without top-50 players’
Devendro in Asian semi-final, qualifies for World C’ships
Serena, Djokovic roll but Nishikori falls at US Open
Kangana is content being single
Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut says she is single and is in no mood to enter into a relationship as she is primarily committed to her work.
‘Happy that people have accepted me as solo hero’
There is no replacement for Akshay Kumar: Anees
Disney star Dean Jones dies at 84
Chris hit with lawsuit over nightclub shooting
How did Sonakshi Sinha ‘break her own record’?
Hrithik, Sonam want to work together in a film
Lena suggests Bieber’s song promotes rape culture
Amitabh Bachchan files police complaint against dirty sms
There has never been any problem with Shahid: Saif
India’s Africa policy under Modi
As the “Make in India” initiative deepens, African countries need to be clear about the implications for them in respect of regional production networks, integration into global value chains, and development of national industrialisation programmes, observes Sanusha Naidu.
Engineering capacity in Africa
Every event in Nigeria is a fashion carnival
Intertwining Indo-African dreams
Shiva, Devendro enter quarters; Mandeep bows out
Wake up call for india
Is there a future for Kenya’s lions?
‘Innovation, key to Africa’s future’
“I’m proud to be different”
‘I am busy, call me later,’ martyr Baljit’s last words to daughter
Inked in blood
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Phishing for trouble
Revival or recantation
The inside story
Leaving on a jet plane
The question of choice
Don’t they deserve more?
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robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:54 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue # to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..# is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
robert albert, India
23 May 2014, 02:03:06 PM
I saw Jason in all those landmark films (he set the bar in acting at a new all-time high) If there was ever an established pro, an authority and pundit that could man the barometer for these exciting and unpredictable times in India- it's Jason. He astutely places the current ethos and political pulse, at this historical time of India s' burgeoning democracy, in a tight 'box' for all to witness and prosper from. How he cuts through like a laser to the core of an issue ( to the 'meat and potatoes' - if you will..) is any man or womans' leaping guess- a feeble speculation at best. We all can only sigh at the prospect of ever really knowing the breadth and scope of this mans' insight and force on us, serving as a lighthouse to us all. AND THE AB'S !...
E OB, Ireland
23 May 2014, 09:43:57 AM
This is paid news. http://www.salon.com/2014/05/22/must_see_morning_clip_jason_jones_commissioned_a_story_about_himself_in_an_indian_newspaper/
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:45:46 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog breeder. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
Tracy Romine, United States
22 May 2014, 10:44:30 PM
Jason 'India' Jones is also an accomplished dog trainer. He taught my Chihuahua / Great Dane mix to stop peeing on the drapes. Don't get me started on his dog-breeding techniques. How he does that to so many dogs in just a two to three hour stint is beyond comparison.
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