Bollywood actor Salman Khan leaves the court after getting an interim 2 days bail by the High Court. (Photo: PTI)

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley speaks in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi. (Photo: PTI)

Former PM Manmohan Singh, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and BJP leader L K Advani. (Photo: PTI)

US Ambassador to India Richard Verma gestures as he speaks on "GREEN-The Colour of Growth" organized by CII. (Photo: PTI)

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband addresses party activists during a campaign stop at the Muni Theatre in Colne. (Photo: AP)

Actor Salman Khan leaves for Mumbai court ahead of verdict in 2002 hit-and-run case (Photo: video grab)

Dawood Ibrahim location not known, government tells Lok Sabha

Nitin Gadkari in Iran today, Chabahar deal likely (Photo: PTI)

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Nepal in dispute with aid agencies

A row has broken out between Nepal and some international agencies over the handling of aid that poured into the country after April’s devastating earthquake, with each side blaming the other for conf

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Kumar Vishwas row: DCW writes to Bassi

As the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas did not appear before the Delhi Commission of Women on Wednesday for the second day in a row, women’s panel chief Barkha Shukla Singh wrote a letter t

Sports

IPL 8: 'I was in bed for two days after World Cup semifinal loss'

Imran Tahir, took time out ahead of the match against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday, to tell this correspondent about his childhood heroes, watching Pakistan lift the World Cup in 1992 and more.

Editorial

Exciting times for retail

The merger of Kishore Biyani’s Future Retail with Bharti Retail coming a day after Kumar Mangalam Birla of the Aditya Birla Group announced the merger of his two well-known brands, Pantaloon Retail an

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We are now in the final stages of this general election. On Thursday, May 7, voters will elect a new Parliament. So far the campaign has been curiously lacklustre and timid.

An unquestionably authentic verdict is fundamental as much for democracy as it is for political parties that win with spectacular success.