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'250,000 railway vacancies, but govt won't hire'

'They are trying to make the situation bad for Indian Railways so that they can hand it over to private companies.' IMAGE: The Centre of India Trade Union -- the Communist Party of India-Marxist's......

Congress reforms: 50% tickets to those below 50 yrs of age

The Congress on Sunday said starting 2024 Lok Sabha elections, half of its tickets will be given to those below 50 years of age and retirement age will be fixed for those in Parliament, state......

SIT to probe Kashmiri Pandit's killing after outrage in JK

Angry Kashmiri Pandits held noisy demonstrations in several places in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, a day after the killing of community member Rahul Bhat by Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists in his......

UAE Prez Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed dies, India declares state mourning

 United Arab Emirates' long-ailing President and ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passed away on Friday, the Ministry of Presidential Affairs said. He was 73. The......

Modiji, A Sure Shot Way To Win 2024

'All you have to do to win 2024 is concentrate on good governance.''There is only one thing to worry about: Think of how history will judge you if you do not do what you were expected to,' asserts......

The growing tussle between the govt and CAG

Over the past decade, rapid structural changes in the economy have radically altered what was once a low-profile department. With the private sector playing an ex­panding role in public service......

Why are electric two-wheelers in India catching fire?

Dubious chargers, poor battery placement and faulty wires are some of the culprits. India’s safety ecosystem is a black hole. Rigorous testing is needed for Indian conditions — beset......

H-4 visa holders may get an automatic right to work in America

Two US lawmakers have introduced a bill in the House of Representatives that aims at granting an automatic right to H-4 visa holders to work in the country, a move which will benefit the spouses of......

Who Is RESPONSIBLE For The NSE Mess?

In all this, the political establishment -- and especially the finance ministry -- appears the weakest link, and worse still, the possible reason for the political backing to Narain and Ramkrishna......

Business can't alone build a country, Nirmalaji

Had Finance Minister Sitharaman thought a little more about the middle class, disadvantaged sections and the poor who are struggling, it would have been an inclusive Budget that would have made......

Did Modi Inspire This Grammy Win?

'Now, no one can stop me from making music till the day I die.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Ricky Kej/Instagram With two Grammys in the Best New Age Album category -- for Winds of Samsara in 2015......

World Athletics on track for gender equality

Photograph: Kind courtesy World Athletics/Twitter World Athletics (WA) is marking the March 8 International Women's Day with a new series of pledges aimed at increasing female participation on the......

Day 15: What's hot at the Beijing Winter Olympics

Sweden beat Britain to win men's curling gold IMAGE: Sweden's Christoffer Sundgren, Vice Oskar Eriksson, Rasmus Wranaa and Daniel Magnusson react after winning the curling men's gold medal game......

Women footballers up for goals, but lack support off-field

The view is that the attention on the national team is fleeting, incidental and dependent on the results they produce. IMAGE: India produced a fine display of passing football during their draw......

Anti-doping bill introduced in Lok Sabha

IMAGE: The bill aims to empower NADA to conduct raids besides strengthening measures to tackle drug abuse. Photograph: Ian Waldie/Getty Images A bill which seeks to provide statutory framework for......

Media pan Cricket Australia's motives after Paine quits

IMAGE: Australia's Test captain Tim Paine resigned on Friday in wake of his involvement in a sexting scandal that came to light earlier this week. Photograph: Mike Hutchings/Reuters Cricket......

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