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SOL’s meets on ‘outdated’ syllabus remain inconclusive

The Sunday Guardian’s report about Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) still teaching an “archived” syllabus has clearly had...

School of Open Learning’s East Campus is a wasteland

The “East campus” of the Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) in Tahirpur, opposite “Purvi Dilli Khel Parisar”, is...

China isolated on Masood Azhar

With terror attacks rising across the world, China has got isolated at the United Nations in its bid to stall...

Taiwan objects to the South China Sea arbitration

On 12 July, the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague issued a ruling regarding the Philippines’ case against China’s...

India faced Nice-like incident in 2012

The chilling terror attack on France’s Nice this week, which killed 84 innocent lives, has eerie similarities with an incident...

Flying fraternity all praise for Tejas jets

The Indian Air Force inducted the first squadron of 2 indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas jets as the “Flying...

Potholed Mumbai seeks its culprits

From photo exhibition of Mumbai potholes to “selfie with potholes” competitions, irate Mumbaikars are out in support of every measure...

Mehbooba under pressure to ban use of pellet guns

The Jammu and Kashmir government is likely to take a final call on banning the use of pellet guns with...

Kashmir remains on the boil

The death toll in Kashmir has reached 40 as people continue to protest the encounter of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan...

Kashmir remains on the boil

The death toll in Kashmir has reached 40 as people continue to protest the encounter of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan...

Lalu woos Manjhi, ‘offers’ posts to switch sides

Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Prasad Yadav is wooing Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) leader and former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan...

Zakir Naik ducks critical questions from journalists

The usually calm, composed and smiling Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who is currently under the security agencies’ scanner for inciting...

Hyderabad ISIS men pledged allegiance to Baghdadi, online

The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which has interrogated the seven ISIS supporters who were arrested in Hyderabad a fortnight ago,...

Uniform civil code does not find favour with most Muslim youth

A uniform civil code is unlikely to find many takers among the youth of the Muslim community. Most of the...

‘Uniform civil code is not a tool to undermine religion’

The minorities in India have failed to understand the true significance of the uniform civil code and they have been...

Christians ask for all encompassing UCC

The NDA government’s decision of making the Law Commission look into the implementation of a Uniform Civil Code has got...

Rural India faces more inflationary pressure

While retail inflation inched up to 5.77% in June 2016, what is more striking is the yawning gap between rural...

Sheila appointment flummoxes Congress

By naming former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit as the chief ministerial candidate for Uttar Pradesh, the Congress has proved...

‘Show age proof to drink in Hyderabad pubs’

The Telangana government has made it tougher for youths below 21 years of age to consume liquor in pubs, bars...

Varun in race for BJP’s CM candidate in UP

Pressure is mounting on the BJP leadership to announce a Chief Ministerial candidate for next year’s Assembly elections in Uttar...

Give us a high court, we’ll back GST: TRS

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi has proposed to the Centre that it is willing to support the GST Bill in the...

GST to receive push in monsoon session

The BJP-led NDA government would be making a last-ditch effort, preferably by taking all parties on board, for the smooth...

Children with special needs ‘ignored’

Parents of children with special needs continue to go through hard times in getting their kids admitted in private schools...

Delhi Zoo grapples with animal deaths

A spate of deaths of animals in the Delhi Zoo in recent years has shown the zoo in poor light....