Nepalese security personnel engage themselves in a rescue operation at the site of a budget hotel that collapsed. (Photo: AP)

Indians evacuated from earthquake-hit Nepal disembark from a C-17 Globemaster-III at Air Force Station Palam. (Photo: PTI)

Exile Tibetans hold photographs showing devastation in Nepal during a candlelit vigil in solidarity. (Photo: AP)

A view of collapsed houses due to earthquake in Madhubani, Bihar on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Tourists wait outside Tribhuvan International Airport waiting for their flights out of Nepal on Sunday. (Photo: AP,AFP)

In this photo provided by Azim Afif, people are examined for injuries and prepared for helicopter evacuation. (Photo: AP)

Volunteers help remove debris of a building that collapsed at Durbar Square, after an earthquake in Kathmandu. (Photo: PTI)

Relief material is loaded into an Indian Air Force aircraft headed to Nepal (Photo: PTI)

Business

Oil Ministry rejects RIL arbitration notice

The oil ministry has rejected Reliance Industries’ (RIL) latest arbitration notice challenging the government decision to take away 814 sq km of its KG-D6 gas block, saying it was misconceived and unt

Metros

Proposal to raise age of retirement on hold

Following opposition from several quarters, decision on a proposal to increase the retirement age of AIIMS director and teaching faculty from 65 to 70 years has been deferred for the second time.

Newsmakers

Hindujas lose top spot in UK rich list

NRI industrialists Hinduja brothers have been displaced as Britain’s wealthiest family on a rich list released here on Sunday which was topped by Ukrainian music baron Len Blavatnik.

Sports

Sanjay Bangar rues dropped catches, poor fielding

After a humiliating 97-run defeat at the hands of Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab coach Sanjay Bangar criticised his team’s fielding and said the dropped catch of Brendon McCullum, when he was on

Editorial

Bill to modernise, market, monetise land: R Balashankar

Gajendra Singh, a farmer from Dausa in Rajasthan, committed suicide during an AAP rally at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on April 22. (Photo: PTI)

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