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No inspector-raj in schools, says AAP chief Kejriwal
Advocating more autonomy to schools, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said his party will abolish the “inspector-raj” in education system if voted to power in Delhi.
City gets a new power sub-station
Defamation case: Court imposes Rs 10K cost on Gadkari
Fog disrupts trains, flights, no respite likely today
18-yr-old raped on b’day, 2 arrested
Delhi Police head constable seriously injured
AAP to field Alka Lamba from Chandni Chowk
HC pulls up NDMC for delaying survey of encroached space
Another on-duty cop crushed to death by speed demon
Man robbed of SUV car in Rajouri Garden
Bring new law if you don’t like conversion: Bhagwat
Expressing his support for the anti-conversion bill proposed by Centre, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday asked opposition parties to facilitate bringing law in Parliament, if they did not like conversion.
New guidelines issued to protect natural resources: Javadekar
Air India’s domestic market swells by 15%
No time can be fixed for merger of parties: Sharad
IIT Kharagpur outshines other IITs
Modi is a leader with ‘plan of action’: Gabbard
14 states consulted for National Health Policy so far, says JP Nadda
Congress MP Sanjay Singh’s son joins BJP
Era of coalition politics may return, says Advani
Venkaiah optimistic about Parl taking up insurance Bill
All the Prime Minister’s men
Narendra Modi’s slim cabinet is complemented by an extended PMO. But to what end?
Did our ancestors fly airplanes?
Ravi M Khanna
Will PM’s goodwill gestures work?
BJP’S ANTICS UNBECOMING OF RULING PARTY
New Delhi walks tightrope
Ashok B Sharma
Besides a dream, he had a copyright too
Seeds of peace dissipate
L S Herdenia
In the kingdom of blasé!
Crude politics: Geostrategic effects of cheap oil
Rudderless as never before
Obama grants $1 billion to Pak as defence budget
The National Defence Authorization Act for the fiscal year 2015, signed by Obama on Friday, sets overall defence spending at $578 billion.
North Korea says did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with US
Egypt to reopen Gaza crossing
Xi warns Hong Kong and Macau in ‘one China’ message
Pre-Jurasic era fossil of marine reptile found in South Wales
Tattoos embody Afghan social revolution
‘China offers $3 bn in aid and loans to neighbours’
Four Afghan Guantanamo Bay detainees repatriated: Pentagon
Kurds Advance Against IsIS in Syria, Iraq
ISIS has killed around 100 foreigners trying to quit: Report
Don’t coerce assessees to falsely admit income: CBDT to I-T dept
The CBDT has issued a stern warning to the taxmen asking them to "strictly avoid" indulging in acts which later embarrass the entire department.
Mid-Year Economic Review forecasts 5.5% growth this fiscal
Sebi bars 260 entities, sniffs huge money-laundering scam
Sebi did not follow procedure while taking action, says DLF
Lone inflation warrior Rajan fights against vested interests
FDI in services sector slides 7.5% to $1.22 bn in Apr-Sep
Google plans to open ‘own’ campus in H’bad
Truecaller to set up R&D centre in India
Only 11 days left to exchange pre-2005 currency notes
Bad loan write-offs double to `42,477 crore in 3 years
Colours, crafts and A concern
The 29th edition of Dastkari Haat Samiti displays intricate and beautiful handicraft from Tibet and different parts of India. It also engages the craftmen in various skill-exchange workshops
Twist in the tale
Because it’s Christmas calling!
Let the festivities begin!
Bridging the gap
Profusion of bold colours
Because age is just a number
Groove to the beats !
A woman’s sufferings
MS Dhoni reveals ‘unrest’ in Indian camp as Oz lead 2-0
An “unrest” hit the Indian dressing room this morning when opener Shikhar Dhawan decided not to resume his innings at the start of play.
Kolkata beat Kerala to claim inaugural ISL title
Saina storms into world Super Series Final semis
Mario Balotelli given one match ban over racist post
Eoin Morgan replaces Cook as England’s W Cup captain
Steyn sends WI crashing to defeat
Indians should avoid spats with Aussies: Gavaskar
Terrific Tai tames Saina in semis
It’s Sachin v Ganguly in ISL final
Injured Fikru to miss inaugural final
Can Dolly Ki Doli boost Sonam’s fledgling career?
Producer Arbaaz Khan feels the 29-year-old actress fits the character requirement perfectly
PK mints `50 cr in two days
Item songs in films a trend now: Arbaaz
Depp, Heard to marry on New Year’s Eve?
Robert Rodriguez to direct Fire And Ice remake
I am an overprotective mother: Katie Holmes
‘I felt Gandhi was my father figure’
Kate Winslet to star in Steve Jobs biopic?
Detective Byomkesh Bakshi motion poster released, Sushant flies high!
‘It’s a special film for me despite bit-size role’
Will we handle or do we crumble?
As Ebola reached Delhi, Africa Rising takes a close look at the hard facts of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. ‘For any infective disease, the basic reproduction rate is the number of new cases produced by a single case in a susceptible population. If the figure is less than 1 the infection will die out. If greater than 1 an epidemic can result. With Ebola the rate is just above 1.5 which means that every two cases produces three more.
Ebola waned, but so did human bonds
The African vulture collapse: What Asia needs to understand?
Who rallied the West to west African crisis?
Ethiopia - Land of Contrasts
Ebola as Ebola vs Ebola as myth
Uncovering the missing link
Hell’s gate national park: A future industrial estate
Amahoro: A generation spreads itS wings to negate Rwandan genocide
Revisiting Hotel Rwanda
Splinters of discontent
From promoting superstition to sitting on heaps of unaccounted wealth, there is nothing that the Deras have not been blamed for and accused of in the recent past. And yet when you see the mad rush of people lining up at Deras to catch a glimpse of their gurus you cannot find any apparent logic to justify the allegations in the face of the widespread and unflinching support they enjoy.
Wherein lies salvation
Make in India
As divine as dark
Living beyond 1984
The time traveller
Unmaking of a lamp
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