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Incursions at Ladakh may continue

The Indian government on Thursday raised the issue of regular Chinese border incursions strongly with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.

11 Metro stations to be transport hubs

In a bid to develop efficient, convenient and safe inter-modal connectivity for all Delhi Metro passengers, lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday approved 11 Metro stations that will soon be dev

PM Narendra Modi raises intrusions with Xi Jinping

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

In the wake of regular faceoffs in Ladakh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his talks Thursday with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, said he had raised India’s “serious concern over repeated inc

Sole eyewitness fails lie-detection test, claims CBI

In yet another important development in the murder case of two teenage girls in Badaun district in Uttar Pradesh, the CBI on Wednesday maintained that the sole eyewitness in the case — Babu Ram alias

Manoj Kumar wins court battle for Arjuna Award

Manoj Kumar

Forced to take the legal route after being denied the honour, Indian boxer Manoj Kumar will be finally bestowed the Arjuna Award as the sports ministry accepted his nomination.

Jet Airways to launch full services on all-economy subsidiary


Jet discontinues the buy-on-board concept

Blue Line snag hits schedule

Yet another technical snag hit the Delhi Metro’s Noida line on Wednesday morning peak hours, giving a harrowing time to hundreds of commuters.

Asian heavyweights crush Indian women

The Indian women’s football team were thrashed 0-10 by hosts South Korea in their second Group A match at the Asian Games in Incheon on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu opposes Centre's circular on teaching Hindi in universities

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa (Photo: PTI/File)

Tamil Nadu on Thursday opposed the Centre’s circular on teaching Hindi in universities.

Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa said, "It is against the law.”

Humming a song, Chinese First Lady charms Indian children

China's first lady Peng Liyuan arrives at the Tagore International School in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)

"Keep working hard so you can contribute to your country," this was the message by China's First Lady Peng Liyuan to the students here as she interacted with the children, even humming a song with the

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