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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......

1 killed, 13 injured as Lankan police open fire on anti-govt protestors

Sri Lankan police on Tuesday opened fire at anti-government protestors in southwestern region of Rambukkana, killing at least one person and injuring 13 others - the first death during the ongoing......

A father's amazing love for his child

The Top Videos of the Week, listed by Shailajanand Mishra. IMAGE: The father-son duo who plan to trek to the Everest base camp. Photograph: ANI A two year old who has created 72 paintings. A man......

What To Expect from Modi-Kishida Summit

China, the Ukraine crisis and Quad will dominate the discussions, observes Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida addresses the media in Tokyo. Photograph: Yoshikazu......

'I have been hit!'

IAF Flying Officer Jawahar Lal Bhargava was forced to eject.The airplane lay half-buried, burning, with the rockets and ammunition exploding every few seconds. IMAGE: Air Commodore Jawahar Lal......

Faced with outage, TRAI puts off new commercial SMS norms by a week

Telecom regulator TRAI on Tuesday suspended the newly-implemented norms for commercial text messages for one week, following major disruptions in SMS and OTP deliveries for banking, payment, and......

'Modi has no excuse not to run trains'

'The central government is putting conditions on farmers organisations, that they have to allow passenger trains to ply, only then will they allow goods trains to ply.' IMAGE: Farmers block the......

How COVID-19 could change India's political economy

'While the poor have little say in shaping India's intellectual or public discourse, they do have a significant role in deciding political outcomes,' points out Roshan Kishore. IMAGE: Indians walk......

Why migrant labourers have little choice but to head home

Around 81 per cent of the workers constitute the unorganised sector - devoid of any social security cover and outside the purview of a complex set of labour laws. Sitting on a bicycle in New......

Shorts: Boxer Duati challenges semis loss at Nationals

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Saturday IMAGE: Image used for representational purposes. Photograph: Patrick Smith/Getty Images India Open silver-medallist and defending......
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