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RIL knew of link to ONGC: Niko

RIL knew way back in 2003 that its Dhirubhai gas fields in Bay of Bengal block KG-D6 will drain out natural gas from adjacent block of ONGC, regulatory filings by its partner Niko Resources indicat

Bad times are not yet over for banks, says Kotak chief


Warning of “more bad news” on the stressed loans front in the Indian banking sector, eminent banker Uday Kotak has said that its “weak underbelly” has resurfaced strongly and the troubled times are

PM rule swarming with ‘undeclared Emergency’: Congress

Hitting back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on Emergency, the Congress on Sunday alleged that the country has been under a state of “unwritten, undeclared Emergency” was prevailing u

Over 2 crore cases pending in courts

The latest government data has revealed that over 2.2 crore cases are pending in courts across the country.

NSG bid a ‘vigorous push’, not required: Yashwant Sinha

After India’s entry into the Nuclear Supplies Group (NSG) was blocked at its meeting in Seoul last week, former external affairs minister and senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha criticised the government

Prominent city clubs not paying due tax

The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has discovered largescale evasion of property tax by several upscale clubs in South Delhi.

PM Modi recalls ‘black night’ of Emergency

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

Reminding the nation of the “black night” of Emergency, which was imposed 41 years back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that democracy is the country’s strength and that this commitme

President: Break terror-drug nexus

President Pranab Mukherjee (Photo: PTI)

President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said terrorism, smuggling and drug activities are co-related and a concerted effort is needed to break the nexus which was creating havoc in the country.

Centre invites global firms for Ganga test

In an attempt to make its ambitious Clean Ganga mission a success, the Centre has invited firms and scientists from across the world with technological expertise in cleaning drains before they empty i

Freak mishap at birthday party, two are critical


Three persons were electrocuted while celebrating a birthday party on terrace of a restaurant in southwest Delhi’s Sagarpur area on Saturday.

Don’t knock a man when he is down” is an excellent maxim, and that must be the only reason that the knives are not out for Britain’s Prime Minister, David Cameron.

Was it complacency? Or did so many of us just not imagine this could possibly happen? For Londoners Brexit bore specially bad tidings, as they had voted to “Remain”.