Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Bhopal on Monday. (Photo: PTI)

PM Narendra Modi with Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mironovich Mirziyoyev at Tashkent International Airport. (Photo: PTI)

Journalist Akshay Singh’s mother (centre) and relatives break down at his funeral in New Delhi (Photo: Biplan Banerjee)

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan addresses a press conference in Bhopal on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras casts his ballot during the Greek referendum in Athens on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

PM Modi vows to make India innovation, digital hub

Pakistan PM is likely to meet PM Modi in Russia (Photo: PTI)

Dr Arun Sharma, dean of Jabalpur’s NS medical college. (Photo: Twitter/ANI)

International

After no vote, Greek minister quits

Germany on Monday dismissed Greece’s bid to swiftly seal a new debt deal after the country delivered a resounding “No” to more austerity, appearing little moved by the surprise resignation of Greek fi

Business

Tech-enabling kirana stores solve woes

Failure is the stepping stone to success and Kiran Gali, founder and CEO of NumberMall, is an ideal example of this.

Metros

Congress protests over lokayukta absence

The Delhi Congress on Monday held a massive protest demanding immediate appointment of Lokayukta by the AAP government in Delhi.

Newsmakers

Lizards changing sex due to climate change

Scientists have confirmed for the first time that sex change in reptiles can occur naturally due to exposure to increased temperatures resulting from climate change.

Editorial

Credibility crisis

The corruption watchdog Lokayukta is facing a grave crisis of credibility in Karnataka.

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The Maha Pushkaralu

On the banks of river Godavari, a pilgrimage of a lifetime

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to

For rational people, if this breed actually exists other than in the imagination of economists, the most logical way out of the Grexit logjam was for Greece to vote “yes, we can”.