PM Modi accepts Xi Jinping invitation to visit China ‘at early date’

Indian Muslims will live, die for India: PM Narendra Modi

Barack Obama names US Indian to be next envoy

Pro-union supporters celebrate as Scottish independence referendum results were announced in Glasgow, Scotland, on Friday. — AFP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan as President Xi Jinping looks on. Photo: PTI

China’s First Lady Peng Liyuan kisses a student at Tagore International School in New Delhi on Thursday. — PTI

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Scotland vote 55-45 to stay in United Kingdom

British PM’s plans mean that greater control would be given to England, Wales and Northern Ireland too

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PM Modi accepts Xi Jinping invitation to visit China ‘at early date’

India and China decided, in a significant joint statement issued Friday, that early settlement of the boundary question would be pursued as a “strategic objective”, even as Prime Minister Narendra Mod

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Tihar inmate found dead, relative claim murder

An undertrial was found dead under mysterious circumstances inside jail number 1 in the Tihar prison complex on Friday. This is the fifth death of an inmate within a fortnight at the prison. 

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Banana skin study wins Ig Nobel

Researchers who measured the slipperiness of banana peels, the ability of pork strips to stop nosebleeds and the reactions of reindeer to humans in polar bear suits were among the winners of this year

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CLT20 DOL vs PER: Mitchell Marsh stuns Dolphins to seal a superb win for Perth Scorchers

The immensely talented Mitchell Marsh hit successive sixes off the last two deliveries as Perth Scorchers from Australia beat South Africa's Dolphins by six wickets in a group league match of the Cham

Editorial

Modi has spoken, now he must act

At last, Narendra Modi has got it right. It behoves him as Prime Minister to say, “Indian Muslims will live for India, they will die for India — they will not want anything bad for India.” (This can equally be said of any group of citizens who are a religious minority.)

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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.