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German industrial delegation disappointed with investment climate in India under Modi
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2015 announced
The Nobel Prize 2015 in Physiology or Medicine jointly went to William C. Campbell and Satoshi Ōmura, and Youyou Tu. Mr. Campbell and Mr. Omura wo...
Meat pieces found in village near Bishada, security stepped up
Tension today spread to nearby areas of Bishada after meat pieces were found in an adjoining village even as the District Magistrate decided to furth...
Despite being born in India, Chinese-origin people stateless
No one — even the historians — can explain why these people are ‘stateless’ when millions of Bengalis who arrived from East Pakistan in the 1940s late
Pope urges prejudices be put aside at start of family synod
Pope Francis on Monday told a contentious gathering of the world’s bishops on family issues to put aside their personal prejudices and have the coura...
Don’t give communal colour to Dadri incident: Sanjeev Balyan
Terming the lynching of a man in Dadri over rumours that he had eaten beef as “wrong and unfortunate”, Union Minister Sanjeev Kumar Balyan on Monday ...
ISRO develops hailstorm app to assess crop damage
To fasten payment of crop insurance claims to farmers, the Centre on Monday launched a pilot programme Kisan, which will use satellite and drone-based...
Emilia Clarke, Jason Momoa have ‘Game of Thrones’ reunion
“Game of Thrones” actors Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa reunited to share a photo when they met at Paris Fashion Week. Clarke, plays the role of Dae...
Great expectations in Sri Lanka
The unanimous adoption of a resolution by the United Nations Human Rights Council on Sri Lanka last week is notable for the pragmatism that informs i...
Gas pricing and some issues
The government last week announced the new price of natural gas produced in the country, as part of a periodic revision mandated by the new gas prici...
Empower intelligence agencies
Mr. Parker’s interview should be looked at in the context of proposed legislation by the David Cameron government that would give more teeth to U.K. a
Digital India needs to go local
Digital infrastructure may not be of much help in addressing governance and development concerns unless it is integrated into the wider structural and
SBI to charge up to 10% for home loans
SBI may have cut its base lending rate by 40 basis points, but home loan customers of the top lender will have to pay up to 0.7 per cent above the bas
Telangana woman police officer scales Himalayan peak
As any mountaineer would do, G.R. Radhika, the rather frail looking police officer in Adilabad district of Telangana, also swears by Sir Edmund Hilla...
Australia grapples with Islamist extremism
The murder of a police accountant in Sydney on Friday by a boy of Iraqi-Kurdish descent, the latest in a spate of attacks by teenagers, shows the see...
‘My love for dancing will never die’
Prabhudheva talks about cracking the success formula in Bollywood and returning to Kollywood.
ISL: FC Goa is up and running
Delhi Dynamos’ spirited challenge comes to naught as home team FC Goa score 2 goals.
Dhoni-men need an improved show to stay afloat
Upbeat South Africans will be determined to maintain momentum
The Dadri lynching: how events unfolded
Massive police and paramilitary deployment has helped maintain an uneasy calm at Dadri’s Bishara village. Six men have been arrested so far and searc...
All you need to know about the Nadigar Sangam battle
Films may come and go but the tiff at the Nadigar Sangam between two factions seems to be grabbing eyeballs now. The Madras High Court has intervened...
Apollo Moon mission
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has released high resolution images of the Apollo Moon mission.
From 1913 to 2014: Indian Nobel Prize winners
Only eight Indians have won the Nobel Prize (including the Prize for Economics), so far. While Tagore's Gitanjali has inspired millions, Kailash Satyarthi's quiet work was rewarded to bring two neighbours closer in their fight against child labour.
RBI actions to bring annual FPI funds of Rs.48,000 crore
According to domestic rating agency India Ratings, RBI’s front loaded monetary action and accompanying policy changes have significant positives for f
‘Place your money in Sri Lanka’
Sri Lanka’s Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake has invited Sri Lankans and Indians who had to take back their deposits from banks in Switzerland to p...