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Gaza bomb disposal goes awry; AP journalist among 5 killed

At least six persons, including an Italian journalist working for the Associated Press, were killed and six others critically injured on Wednesday when an Israeli missile exploded as Palestinian......

Fareed Zakaria resigns from Yale governing board

After a long association with Yale University, noted Indian-American writer and journalist Fareed Zakaria has resigned from its governing body to focus on his journalistic career.Zakaria, who......

Dey murder: Scribes on relay hunger strike

Journalists associations in Mumbai began their relay hunger strike on Wednesday to press for a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into the murder of senior journalist Jyotirmoy Dey. On Monday,......

Canada hails Indian journo for his lasting courage

Dr Darshan Singh Gill, editor, Canada Darpan, has been felicitated by the Indo-Canadian Workers' Association in Surrey, British Columbia, for his courageous writings at the height of the Khalistan......

Indian journos in full steam for SAARC summit

India will have the largest contingent of journalists at the XVIth South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit that is being held in Thimphu this week.According to a report in......

S Viswanathan: SBI's own 'Kingfisher man'

"Now, you journalists won't disturb me anymore," says S Viswanathan, the new managing director of State Bank of India's associates and subsidiaries, in a lighter vein. Viswanathan has reasons to......

Subrata Roy stamp fiasco: London journos irked

London-based Indian Journalist's Association (IJA) has sent a notice to Sahara Pariwar chairman and managing worker Subrata Roy asking his group not to prevent journalists from discharging their......

3 troublesome twins that will rock economy in 2018

The trio, 'twin shocks' of demonetisation and GST, 'twin balance sheet' problem that has been weakening India’s banking system and the 'twin deficit' problem will continue to challenge......

UK tycoons pledge Rs 500 crore for cleaning Ganga

Gadkari, who was on a 3-day visit to London, listed the Hinduja family and Sri Prakash Lohia of the Indorama Corporation among the donors. Nitin Gadkari, the Union minister responsible for......

Meet Patanjali's Balkrishna, a 'swadeshi' tycoon

The man who owns close to 94 per cent of the shares of Patanjali Ayurved, an unlisted company, does not, however, take a salary or receive dividends., says Arnab Dutta. Illustration: Dominic......

The stars who will win the Golden Globes

If anyone thinks that the Golden Globes are insignificant, the Hollywood studios are out to prove them wrong.Aseem Chhabra previews this year's Golden Globes which will be held in Los Angeles on......

Shashi Kapoor: Four Amazing Decades

Sukanya Verma presents the changing faces of Shashi Kapoor. A face as gorgeous as Shashi Kapoor's is what makes us look at cinema as magic and dream. What he made us realise is beauty without soul......

'Would be criminal if I stopped Saira from acting'

'On the first day of shooting, after our first shot together as co-stars was canned, a dream Saira had cherished for years, Rajinder Krishan, the poet who was watching the way Saira was following......

Prince Ali says FIFA needs to speed up reforms

IMAGE: Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein (left), president of the Jordanian Football Association, speaks with Reuters journalist Suleiman al-Khalidi during an interview, in Amman, Jordan, on......

'If any woman reaches final in the Olympics after 33 years it is a big thing'

IMAGE: Steeplechase specialist Lalita Babar is felicitated by criketer Zaheer Khan during the Sports Journalists Association of Mumbai’s (SJAM) Golden Jubilee Annual Awards 2016, in Mumbai......

Captains sore about sightscreen strolling

The Punjab Cricket Association stadium in Mohali has excellent facilities for players, fans and journalists, but stilleverything is not perfect there.Spectators on the stand housing VIPs, which is......

Winter Olympics Sidelights: Russian medallist suspected of doping

IMAGE:  Aleksandr Krushelnitckii, an Olympic athlete from Russia. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters. A Russian medallist at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is suspected of having tested......

Haresh Pandya, the last cricket romantic

'He will be missed by all of us in Saurashtra.'Cheteshwar Pujara and others pay tribute to Haresh Pandya, the cricket writer who passed away suddenly last week. IMAGE: Haresh Pandya, centre, with......
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EU taking steps to prevent 'Chinese takeover' through OBOR

Several European nations are reportedly keen to restrict China's economic-centric geopolitical advance via the multi-billion dollar One Belt One... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/world-news/eu-taking-steps-to-prevent-chinese-takeover-through-obor-99881.html
At the centre of it all

Neither emotions †nor a structured approach to addressing critical issues came out in Kamal Hassan’s inaugural speech on Wednesday, says N... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/kamal-hassan-at-the-centre-of-it-all/20180222.htm
Vidwath's father got SPP to argue case

Special Public Prosecutor M S Shyamsundar was the choice of pub brawl victim L Vidwaths father J Loganathan. In a letter to Chief Secretary Ratna... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/660827/vidwaths-father-got-spp-argue.html
Rs 11400-crore PNB fraud case reveals extent of rot in India’s banking sector

In what may be the largest scam of its type, the second largest government-owned bank by asset-value, the Punjab National Bank (PNB), is at the... ...

http://www.sify.com/finance/rs-11400-crore-pnb-fraud-case-reveals-extent-of-rot-in-india\\u2019s-banking-sector-news-crime-sculU0hgaghbi.html
Hearing in Justice Loya case to continue on March 5

The arguments on Monday were inconclusive in Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) judge B H Loya death case hearing, which would continue on March... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/national-news/hearing-in-justice-loya-case-to-continue-on-march-5-99919.html

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