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Rotting carcasses pose major epidemic scare in J&K

As the rescue operations in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir are tapering off and the victims are being attended to in scores of relief camps, most of which have been set up by the locals, fear of an......

India's food crisis: Rotting food-grains, hungry people

India has the largest population of hungry in the world at a time when there is no shortage of food within the country. It is time the government affords priority to food storage and distribution,......

Kasab, Bajrangi and the case against the death penalty

We should put Ajmal Kasab in jail until he dies a natural death, just like Babu Bajrangi. Rotting in jail knowing you are never going to be a free man again is worse than the finality of death. The......

Kasab, Bajrangi and the case against the death penalty

We should put Ajmal Kasab in jail until he dies a natural death, just like Babu Bajrangi. Rotting in jail knowing you are never going to be a free man again is worse than the finality of death. The......

Is India's defence establishment ROTTING?

The civil-military confrontation shows that integrating the defence ministry and reforming procurement are overdue, says senior journalist B G Verghese The disgraceful civil-military crisis India......

No storage! Govt admits to rotting foodgrains

Amidst a warning that the country is sitting on a "grain bomb" due to prospects of record wheat output, the government on Thursday admitted to cases of foodgrains rotting and said enough storage......

Govt cuts PDS foodgrain price after SC rap

In response to the Supreme Court order on rotting foodgrain, the Centre has decided to distribute wheat and rice to poor families at Rs 2 and Rs 3 per kilo, respectively. The Ministry of Food and......

Rotting grains: Action against officials,says Min

Punitive action has been taken against officials responsible for instances of rotting of foodgrains at various Food Corporation of India godowns, Food and Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar informed......

'The government would want to privatise the railways'

'For the first time railway passenger figures have fallen by 150 million.'Who is taking over the railways? It is the airlines and Volvo buses.''I think governments -- whether this one or the ones......

The unholy nexus between politics and business

The recent revelations come six years after another round of tapes stole the limelight when they revealed a politician-corporate-bureaucrat-media nexus that shook the foundation of the UPA......

Trip of the year

'If I was a neuroscientist, my prime exhibit would be the brain of filmmaker Abhishek Chaubey.''At a time when priapic sex comedies are ruling the roost in Bollywood, Udta Punjab is nothing less......

Ken Loach, Xavier Dolan win at Cannes

British director Ken Loach won the Palme d'Or prize at Cannes for the second time in a decade, with his moving drama I, Daniel Blake which is about the shame of poverty in......

Why Meeruthiya Gangsters is an absolute original

'Why is it that we are so forgiving of the glaring problems in grand multi-starrers like Dil Dhadakne Do,' asks Sreehari Nair, 'but when a small film with a truly personal vision seeks our......

Jadeja and Ashwin shine as India dominate Day 3

IMAGE: Ravindra Jadeja, centre, celebrates with team mates after taking the wicket of Mark Craig. Photograph: BCCI The spin duo of Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin exploited a turning track......

Phelps, Bolt will not be the only big stories at Rio Olympics

Refugees primed to pump up Games feel-good factor IMAGE: Syrian swimmer Yusra Mardini attends a news conference in Berlin. Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters When record Olympic champion Michael......

PHOTOS: French Open champ Muguruza knocked out, Murray advances

IMAGES from Day 4 at Wimbledon: IMAGE: Slovakia's Jana Cepelova celebrates winning her match against Garbine Muguruza. Photograph: Tony O'Brien/Reuters Second seed Garbine Muguruza, bidding to add......

Controversy surrounds appointment of Brazil coach Tite. Here's why...

IMAGE: Coach Tite gestures. Photograph: John Vizcaino/Reuters Corinthians manager Tite has accepted an offer to coach Brazil but his appointment was met with fury at his former club, who accused......

Tiring 'MSN' trident shouldering blame for Barcelona slump

Barca's 'MSN' South American strikeforce have scored 110 of the team's 147 goals this season in all competitions, but have suddenly gone off the boil La Liga leaders Barca have played 56 games so......
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Come clean

Charges against the CBI in the Bansals suicide case must not be probed by the CBI, but by a separate agency The suicide notes recovered from the... ...

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We don't have to be we are like this only

We are one happy family and we are like that only! It was interesting to read Prasad Sangameshwaran's article We are one happy family in... ...

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'The government would want to privatise the railways'

'For the first time railway passenger figures have fallen by 150 million.'Who is taking over the railways? It is the airlines and Volvo buses.''I... ...

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