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SIMI man among 2 held on way to Afghanistan

A suspected Simi operative and an aide of Indian Mujahideen media in-charge were arrested from Secunderabad on Wednesday, with the police saying they were allegedly planning to go to Afghanistan to ge

Mahendra Singh Dhoni rested, Virat Kohli to lead

Virat Kohli has been named captain of the India team for the first three of the five one-day internationals against Sri Lanka at the selection committee meeting here on Tuesday.

Andhra Pradesh cracker blast Toll rises to 17

The death toll in the explosion and subsequent blaze at a firecracker-making unit in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district rose to 17 as the police on Tuesday registered a case of culpable homicide

India cut ties with West Indies

Despite their surprise pull-out, the Indian board has decided to allow the West Indian players to play in the IPL.

Enraged BCCI throws Future Tours Programme booklet out of the window with regard to bilateral series against Windies but makes no mention of the damages it seeks to claim for the mid-tour pull-out

Caribbean flavour will continue in the IPL: BCCI

Dwayne Bravo (right) and Darren Sammy have been great entertainers in the IPL. 	— BCCI

The BCCI has spared the Caribbean players at the IPL, as predicted in these columns on Tuesday.

BCCI may make West Indies pay

Sanjay Patel

Miffed with the West Indies abruptly aborting their recent series with India, the Board of Control for Cricket in India is all set to put its foot down on Tuesday in an attempt to show the Caribbeans

Creating a Google for startups’ legal needs

Hrishikesh Datar: Legal is now Simple with  vakilsearch.com

Getting your company registered sitting at home, away from the hassles of running from pillar to post of a government office, seems to be a utopian concept.

LIC eases rules for flood victims

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Life Insurance Corp-oration (LIC) of India has relaxed claim settlements for victims of the recent Cyclone Hudhud, which has caused havoc in the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha causing injury and loss of l

India Incorporated sees surge in hiring

India has witnessed a surge in hiring activity in the first two quarters of this financial year, said a top official of hiring firm TeamLease Services.

Three-fold rise in air biz likely

The civil aviation sector in India is expected to grow three-fold in size in the next five to seven ye-ars, feels global aircraft engine manufacturer Pr-att and Whitney (P&W).

Foreign funding of NGOs is a topic that never seems to lose currency.

The recent comments of Justice Markandey Katju, a retired Supreme Court judge, in support of the uniform civil code on the ground that the Muslim personal law is “barbaric, backward and unjust” has ra