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‘Documents prove Nehru tried to cover up truth on Netaji’

Netaji scholar Anuj Dhar says that the files were ‘Congressified’.Read More...

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Unhappy ministers wanted bureaucrats reshuffled

Some ministries that have witnessed a reshuffle include the Telecom, MSME, Agriculture, Minority Affairs and Tribal Affairs.Read More...

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Swamy seeks LG nod to prosecute Kejri, Sisodia

He has accused them of corruption, bribery, cheating and breach of trust.Read More...

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Delhi Assembly wants its own TV channel

At present, no other state in the country has a separate Assembly channel.Read More...

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TRS woos Andhra people for Hyderabad municipal polls

KCR’s son K. Tarakarama Rao has promised a separate district of Kukatpally, dividing Hyderabad.Read More...

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CBI ‘going slow’ on Vyapam probe

‘Only the economically weak have been questioned, but none of the affluent people or babus have been grilled’.Read More...

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Right to pray struggle set to intensify in Maharashtra

‘Change in traditions has been our culture. Discrimination for visiting a place of worship is not our tradition,’ tweeted Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.Read More...

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India’s aggressive solar agenda attracts investment

In 2010, generation cost for solar power was roughly Rs 17 per unit, which has now fallen to an unprecedented Rs 4.34 per unit.Read More...

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4G wave will sweep across the country in 2016

Over a third of Indian subscribers are likely to switch to 4G by the end of this year.Read More...

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Mulayam plays Hindu card to check Yadav erosion

There is a conscious move in SP to tone down its pro-Muslim image.Read More...

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CBSE launches e-portals, helpline for students

For the first time, examiners for practicals will convey their consent online to the CBSE regional office in Dehradun.Read More...

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New book traces security environment

MHA released a book to mark 50th year of DGsP/IGsP Conference.Read More...

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Year-long celebrations begin at Ramjas College

The college had a close relationship with the freedom movement and became a hub of political activities.Read More...

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Gangetic dolphins need to be saved

A survey was conducted as part of ‘Clean Ganga Mission’ to ascertain number of dolphins in the river.Read More...

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Maharashtra develops lighthouse tourism on island

‘The island is a historic symbol of the naval heroics of the Maratha naval chief Kanhoji Angre.’Read More...

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Cheap gas makes glass, ceramics industry viable

‘The glass and ceramics segment is dependent on LNG supplies to run its plants. The depressed gas prices will help the segment to run with profitable margins.’Read More...

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‘Learning work culture prompted Toyota to invest in Karnataka’

Top Toyota official says that Karnataka today is not in competition with other states to attract investors, but is seriously challenging countries like Thailand and Indonesia in attracting foreign investors.Read More...

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The Investment summit will create huge job opportunities: Mehroz Khan

The young entrepreneur says that the summit will give an opportunity to investors to become prosperous.Read More...

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‘FKCCI is working with the state government to bring investors’

Once the Metro network gets completed, the traffic problem will be taken care of to a certain extent, says president of the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry Read More...

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CBI ‘going slow’ on Vyapam probe

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‘Documents prove Nehru tried to cover up truth on Netaji’

Netaji scholar Anuj Dhar says that the files were ‘Congressified’.Read More...

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Left historians thwarted babri compromise

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‘Build Kashmiri Pandit holocaust museum’

British MP Bob Blackman made a plea for opening a Holocaust museum for Kashmiri Hindus in London.Read More...

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