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Why China is upset at Trump's call with this lady

Donald Trump is believed to be the first US President or President-elect to have spoken to a Taiwanese leader since 1979, when the US severed diplomatic ties with Taiwan after its recognition of......

President Mukherjee's daughter harassed online; shames 'pervert'

Sharmishtha Mukherjee, Delhi Congress spokesperson and the daughter of President Pranab Mukherjee, on Saturday claimed a man harassed her by sending lewd messages and put up screenshots of the......

Bihar topper scam: Ex-Board chairman, wife arrested

Bihar School Examination Board ex-chairman Lalkeshwar Prasad Singh, the alleged mastermind of the toppers scam in the Bihar intermediate examination, and his former Janata Dal-United MLA wife Usha......

India, Qatar ink 7 agreements to boost cooperation

  India and Qatar on Sunday agreed to share intelligence to combat hawala transactions and terror financing as the two countries signed seven agreements and decided to move beyond the trading......

Thieves made merry at Sri Sri's festival; 70 FIRs filed, 30 held

Gangs from across the country targeted visitors at three-day World Culture Festival in the New Delhi amid high security and made away with valuable articles like laptops, jewellery and cash,......

Satyam: Court summons Ram Mynampati

A special court for economic offences on Monday issued fresh summons against Ram Mynampati, a former top official of fraud-hit Satyam Computer's Services Limited (SCSL). The judge of the special......

India Inc owes Rs 13500 cr to banks

Demanding that willful default to banks be made a criminal offence under the Securitisation Act, the Delhi unit of All India Bank Employees Association on Monday said the corporate sector owes Rs......

Retailers rattled by I-Day online sales, plan to petition government

Retailer bodies to demand govt action against I-Day sales offers, threaten legal action for breach of FDI rules. Premium jacket advertisements in newspapers, constant pop-ups on computer monitors......

Bribery by foreign officials? Govt to move fresh bill soon

Bribery by foreign nationals is not covered under any domestic anti-corruption laws at present. A Bill that makes accepting or giving bribe by foreign public officials a criminal offence entailing......

Why the child labour law should not be amended

The proposed changes to the child labour law to allow children and adolescents to work for their families would be most retrograde and regressive, say Shinzani Jain and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.......

When Bollywood stars adopted

He may not have married but he may just make a great father. In keeping with his paternal instincts, Karan Johar will soon adopt a kid and become a sort of kunwara baap. Brownie points for such a......

Bollywood celebrates India's cricket victory

Twitter is a busy world, and Bollywood contributes a great deal to it. Here's looking at the best star tweets of the day The second World Cup quarterfinal between India and Australia was eagerly......

Powell erases doubts over record

Asafa Powell, the softly spoken son of a preacher, has snatched the world 100 metres record away from a man who might have lost it anyway after being charged with serious doping offences.The......
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Trump speaks with Taiwan leader, risking Chinese anger

"During the discussion, they noted the close economic, political, and security ties" between Taiwan and the United States, Trump''s office... ...

http://www.greaterkashmir.com/news/world/trump-speaks-with-taiwan-leader-risking-chinese-anger/235236.html
Demonetization is a body blow, not a death knell for terror funding

The sudden and surprise currency reforms announced early this month to demonetize high value denomination notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 targeted at... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-demonetization-is-a-body-blow-not-a-death-knell-for-terror-funding-2279160
Getting more and more ugly Targeting the common people

Tweet on Twitter Things are ugly, very ugly. This however has not moved the United Naga Council one bit. Makes one wonder where the... ...

http://kanglaonline.com/2016/12/getting-more-and-more-ugly-targeting-the-common-people/
Imposing economic blockade is not just a punishable offence but an act of crime

Amazon Great Indian Festival-Diwali Offer Samarjit Kambam Economic blockade is a kind of collateral movement/method or process used in wars as a... ...

http://www.thesangaiexpress.com/imposing-economic-blockade-is-not-just-a-punishable-offence-but-an-act-of-crime/
Tenancy reforms vs open market leasing what would serve the poor better?

By Accommodation Times News Services Dr. N.C. Saxena Former Secretary, Planning Commission A ban on leasing was imposed after Independence... ...

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Coming to India and making

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