Pakistan Army Chief ally to head ISI

Supreme Court will hear NGO plea on CBI chief

Saurav Ghosal in action against Malaysia's Ong Beng Hee during the men's squash semi-finals in Incheon on Monday— PTI

Union home minister Rajnath Singh inspects a guard of honour during a visit to the BSF headquarters in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

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

India

Congress, NCP talk to save tieup

1-day ultimatum to Congress ends; today’s meeting to be final, say insiders

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

Physicists teleport photons over 25 km

Physicists in Switzerland said on Monday they have succeeded in teleporting the quantum state of a photon to a crystal, in which information transited from light to matter, over a record distance of 2

Sports

Sachin Tendulkar, Steve Waugh to be inducted as Bradman Honourees

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar's tryst with Australia and "The Don" continues as the legendary batsman will be inducted as a Bradman Honouree along with former Test captain Steve Waugh at a gala dinner

Editorial

Pak Army makes a point, in public

While Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar, newly promoted to the three-star rank, was named to head the ISI on Monday, it is noteworthy that the announcement was not made by the civilian establishment of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, as has traditionally been the case, but through a military statement.

Bollywood

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Parties

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Dining

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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.