Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar

Narendra Modi wants a plan to cut down imports

CBI examines P. Chidambaram wife in Saradha scam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is greeted by BJP president Amit Shah at the party headquarters in New Delhi. — Pritam Bandyopadhya

Gold medal winner Jitu Rai flanked by the silver and bronze medallists on the podium on Saturday. — PTI

More positive signs, optimism under Xi Jinping: Dalai Lama

India plans an equal reply to China buildup

Sushma Swaraj sister, 46 others in BJP list

International

Former Army chief: General Raheel Sharif stalled martial law

Former Pakistan Army chief Asam Beg has claimed that incumbent Army Chief Raheel Sharif had foiled a conspiracy to create anarchy in the country and impose martial law. Gen.

Business

Long-term realty prospects are bright

Though long-term prospects of realty sector appear positive with a potential to see trebling of completed space by the next decade, the outlook for next six months of the fiscal continue to remain ble

India

MHA steps in, seeks report

The Union home ministry on Monday stepped in and inquired into allegations of employees of Northeast origin at an Ahmedabad hotel reportedly being asked to stay away during Chinese President Xi Jinpin

Metros

Brawl at Rajouri pub injures ten

At least 10 people suffered injuries after a scuffle broke out between two groups at a pub in West Delhi’s Rajouri Garden on Sunday night.

Newsmakers

Menopause to be eliminated in 20 years?

Menopause could be eliminated within 20 years as anti-ageing treatments are extended to the ovaries, a US scientist has predicted.

Sports

Lions skipper Mohammad Hafeez looks at Positives

Lahore Lions may have lost their opening Group A match in the Oppo Champions League Twenty20 to Kolkata Knight Riders here on Sunday but captain Mohammad Hafeez is not entirely worried, and is looking

Editorial

Afghan unity govt must stay the course

After an agonising wait since April, when ballots were cast for the presidency of Afghanistan, we had an answer at last on Sunday which should help our embattled neighbour, in which we have much stake, regain a semblance of balance.

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Kashmir’s history is dotted with natural calamities and man-made disasters. And over the centuries the people of Jammu and Kashmir have perfected the art of rising from the ashes. They have seen famines and epidemics, floods and earthquakes, blazes and mayhem, organised violence and massacres, forced and voluntary migrations, incarcerations and worse.