RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. (Photo: PTI/File)

AAP leader Yogendra Yadav arrives to attend the party's national executive in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: PTI)

Rajya Sabha member Anu Aga speaks in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: PTI)

Foreign secretary S. Jaishankar arrives with his Pakistani counterpart, Aizaz Chaudhary, at foreign ministry in Islamabad—AFP

PM Narendra Modi speaks in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Tuesday.— (Photo: PTI)

Arvind Kejriwal calls AAP rift ‘ugly battle’ (Photo: PTI/File)

Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru (Photo: PTI/File)

Home Minister Rajnath Singh speaks in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi. (Photo: AP)


‘Musharraf had kept Kayani in the dark’

Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf had kept even Ashfaq Parvez Kayani — his successor as Army Chief — in the dark while carrying out the Kargil operation in 1999, a new book reveals.


NRI joins under-40 global richest

Indian-origin billionaire Arun Pudur, CEO of software firm Celframe Technology group of companies, is among the world’s top ten richest individuals under 40, while Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has top


US spy ‘Betty’ stationed in India during World War II turns 100

Elizabeth “Betty” McIntosh, an American spy girl who was stationed in India for a few years from 1943 and helped spread misinformation that would undermine Japanese troops, has turned 100.


Bigger roles for Ganguly, Dravid?

Sourav Ganguly’s relationship with Jagmohan Dalmiya is expected to give him a bigger hand in determining the direction Team India can take after the Cup.


A good start

While India-Pakistan relations are accident-prone and subject to volatility, it is good to note that the talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries on Tuesday were held in a “construct

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