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Suresh Prabhu hints at no rail fare cut

Railway minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday hinted that there may not be any cut in train fares in spite of the fall in diesel prices.

Chandrababu Naidu vs Siddu: New race begins

Chandrababu Naidu

Three years ago, a study estimated that electronics would become the biggest item on India’s import bill, growing to $400 billion and overtaking oil imports, by 2020.

Pune ease past Bengaluru FC

Pune FC’s Luciano Sobrosa celebrates his goal during their I-League match against Bengaluru. 	— R. SAMUEL

The essence of football is teamwork and on Saturday, Pune Football Club showed just how appropriate that statement is as they eased past Bengaluru Football Club 3-1 in their I-League encounter here.

Pune FC test for Bengaluru

Robin Singh

After a lethargic opening encounter against Dempo SC, Bengaluru Football Club will look to kick their season into high gear when they take on Pune FC at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru on Sat

India set to grow 6.2 per cent in next fiscal

India’s economy will pick up steam in the fiscal year beginning in April, but not by as much as analysts thought just a few months ago due to disappointment over a delayed revival in investment, accor

DRDO set to launch new Agni missile

Call it a specially chosen parting shot, or his intention to go with guns, err... missile blazing!

PM Modi scheme to replace JNNURM

One more UPA scheme bites the dust the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) only to rise again soon as a “Modi-fied” plan.

Draws mark opening day

Action from the I-League match between Bengaluru FC and Dempo SC on Saturday.— R. SAMUEL

Goa’s Dempo SC earned their first ever point while playing against Bengaluru FC, following a goalless draw in the Hero I-League at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Saturday.

14 years on, IAF gets 1st India-made jet

Over 14 years after the Tejas project was sanctioned, the first made-in-India Light Combat Aircraft kissed the sky after it was handed over by defence minister Manohar Parrikar to Chief of the Air Sta

Police probes man over Indian Mujahideen in Bengaluru

The city police has detained a Bengaluru city resident and are reportedly questioning him as part of the ongoing investigation in connection with the arrest of four suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) op

On the first day of American President Barack Obama’s visit to India, the two most commonly used words were chemistry and optics.

January 27, 2015, was an eventful day. A few events took place almost simultaneously on this day that are likely to impact the future of India’s security and economy.