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Khursid slams BJP for demanding PM's resignation

Taking a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party for asking Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to follow the example of A Raja who quit after facing graft charges and resign, Law Minister Salman Khurshid on......

Want freedom within India and not from India, Kanhaiya says after release

Returning to JNU campus on his release from jail three weeks after his arrest, the university's students' union leader Kanhaiya Kumar on Thursday night said they are seeking freedom within the......

Strong protests over de-recognition of Madras IIT student body for criticising Modi

Scores of Congress party-affiliated National Students Union of India workers on Friday held a protest outside Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani's official residence in New Delhi over......

BJP a one-man show, wants to run India like an RSS shakha: Rahul

Stepping up his offensive, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday hit out at BJP's ideological mentor, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh saying its belief was "murdering" individuality and that......

'Musharraf should understand that India won the Kargil war'

Politicos across the country have condemned former Pakistan president general Pervez Musharraf's statement on the Kargil War, accusing him of fabricating history. Musharraf had reportedly said that......

CBI trying to stop trial against Reliance Telecom?

The Supreme Court has asked the CBI to place before it the "files and notings" which purportedly suggest that its director Ranjit Sinha wants to stop the whole trial against Reliance Telecom......

Indian economy to boom, FM pegs growth at 9%

India's economy will revert to the pre-crisis growth level of 9 per cent in the next financial year. "The Indian economy is expected to grow at 9 per cent with outside band of (+/-) 0.25 per cent......

Inflation dips to 8.23%, but food still costly

Inflation declined marginally to 8.23 per cent in January from 8.43 per cent in the previous month, as prices of certain commodities like wheat, pulses and sugar eased, although essential items......

Most 2G licences given in 2008 were illegal: CAG

The Comptroller and Auditor General has said 72 of 122 new 2G licences issued in January 2008 by the department of telecommunications were awarded to companies that did not meet the eligibility......

UPA undermining NREGA, say activists

Social activists have alleged that the UPA government is undermining the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act by modifying several provisions in the law.The concerns were raised by activists......

Review: Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance is a waste

Raja Sen feels that the 3D in Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance is not gimmicky enough.Look, I dig Ghost Rider. As I said when reviewing the first Ghost Rider movie (one that I still believe holds......

Bigg Boss 10: Lopa's secret task...

Why Tista Sengupta wants Lopa and Manu to be disqualified... Day 28's episode starts off with a luxury budget task, the BB Gold Mine, in which contestants have to dig gold from a muddy pit in the......

Review: A Flying Jatt is all heart, no craft

It ends poorly, sure, and has some clumsy moments on the way, but as a children’s film, A Flying Jatt goes a helluva lot further than those Krrish things, feels Raja Sen. The good thing about......

Class of 1991: Celebrating 25 years of Urmila, Akshay, Raveena

25 years on, we see how these actors have fared. 1991. The year Sanjay Dutt hit big league with blockbusters like Sadak and Saajan. The year Amitabh Bachchan’s lippy request to Jumma in Hum......

Review: X-Men Apocalypse is a silly '80s spectacular

In a world now over-stuffed with comic-book movies, X-Men: Apocalypse is far from being the finest movie yet may well rank among the most comic-booky, feels Raja Sen. The first comic......

Sharapova adds sunshine with a yellow dress

In-form Maria Sharapova added the sunshine with a yellow dress as she routed Mirjana Lucic 6-3, 6-0. Siberian-born Sharapova has overcome serious elbow and shoulder injuries which have hampered......

Power Your Champions -- contribute just Rs 100

Olympic Gold Quest's recently-launched programme, 'Power Your Champions', attempts to involve the country's sports fans in its quest for a gold medal at the Olympics. OGQ Chief Operations Officer......

Federer wants to thank fans with sixth US slam

Roger Federer would like to repay New York fans for their support by treating them to a sixth successive US Open triumph at the year's last Grand Slam beginning on Monday. Federer is one step away......
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Kapil Sibal on PM Narendra Modi's 'cashless India' dream

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