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Congress chief ministers are in trouble

Even if they score administratively, state governments ruled by the party suffer from an inability to communicate positively, say observers. Kavita Chowdhury, Raghu Krishnan, Sanjeeb Mukherjee & G......

PHOTOS: Bharat bandh hits normal life; Bengal, Kerala among most affected

A day-long nationwide strike on Wednesday impacted normal life in various parts of the country with coal production, banking operations and transport services being hit the most, while violent......

Protect the Right to Privacy as a Fundamental Right!

'The government's proposal to store citizens' data including Aadhaar data under its Digital India initiative on cloud is violative of the citizens' human rights because the cloud is admittedly......

Modi govt's loyal in-house Opposition

On the first anniversary of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government, Sangh Parivar affiliates say they are annoyed with the ruling dispensation but can't live without it either. G Sreedathan reports......

'If con is the opposite of pro then Congress is the opposite of progress'

'Anyone who looks at our proposed amendments without politically-tinted glasses will give us full marks.' 'An isolated India is not in our interest. Just because we are a large country, we cannot......

Can Ashwani Lohani turn Air India around?

Falling jet fuel prices and a revival in domestic traffic growth offer the new CMD a once in a lifetime opportunity to turn around the state-owned carrier. Image: Better days ahead for Air India?......

Few pointers that suggest Modi's Bharat is away from major reforms

To better understand what is going on, it may be useful to break up the problem into four different (but related) parts: setbacks to major reform efforts; slowdown in other reforms; inaction or......

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......

All you need to know about the Greek crisis

Image: Demonstrators gather to protest against the European Central Bank's handling of Greece's debt repayments, in Trafalgar Square in London, Britain June 29, 2015. Stunned Greeks faced......

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.......

Sports Shorts: Ibra shows sensitive side after winning Gold Ball

Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Sweden reacts. Photograph: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been named Sweden's footballer of the year for the ninth time and although his eighth victory in......

Budget for 2016 Rio Olympics up 27 percent to $2.93 billion

The operating budget for the Olympics and Paralympic Games in 2016 has jumped 27 percent to seven billion Brazilian reals.Officials told a news conference on Thursday the new total for the combined......

BCCI should agree to come under RTI: Maken

Against the backdrop of allegations of spot-fixing during IPL matches, Union Minister Ajay Maken said the Board Of Control For Cricket In India - the national governing body for cricket in India -......

It's insensitive to the Bhopal gas victims: Maken to IOC

Sports Minister Ajay Maken, on Monday, said that the International Olympic Committee should keep the sentiments of Bhopal Gas tragedy victims in mind and drop Dow Chemicals as sponsors of next......
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Iranian parliament passes bill approving nuclear deal

Iran Nuclear Deal Talks: US Secretary of State John Kerry (L), US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (2L), Robert Malley (3L), of the US National... ...
G-20 endorses action plan to check corporate tax avoidance

Finance ministers of the G-20 major economies, including India, on Friday endorsed a detailed action plan to formulate measures to check... ...
A State Of Mind

World Health Organisation An event commemorating World Mental Health week opened at the WHO in Geneva this week. At a key session, the Disease... ...
Blows, Bruises And Scars

Wounds bleed. They also stain. The Patidar (Patel) agitation which began as a blow meant to bruise Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel is now a... ...
Electricity dept. to hold public hearing to address consumer grievances

A participant at the public hearing held at PMSSS in Puducherry on Thursday. —Photo: S.S. Kumar Stakeholders bring to notice of JERC deficiency... ...

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