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Somnath Bharti skips DCW hearing

AAP leader Somnath Bharti’s wife Lipika Mitra (left) with DCW chairperson Barkha Shukla Singh at the latter's office. PTI

A day after Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief called him “an anti-social element”, AAP leader Somnath Bharti once again failed to appear before the panel, citing that the commission has no jurisd

Nestle to resume export of India-made Maggi

Nestle India is in the process of resuming exports of its Maggi instant noodles to various global markets after it got a go ahead from Bombay high court earlier this week.

CAT notice to Centre on Chaturvedi promotion

Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has issued notices to the Centre and Haryana on a plea of controversial forest service official Sanjeev Chaturvedi, accusing the state government of “deliberately

Forces plan major operations on rebels

Due to sustained pressure from the security forces, the militant groups have been forced to lie low, leading to a major drop in their activities.

Food Factory of railways in Noida

Massive chapati makers that roll out uniform-shaped chapatis in less than 80 seconds, steam kettles, which cook up tonnes of well made rice and a cutting machine that chops up about 400 kg of vegetabl

Kiren Rijiju gets clean chit in Air India flight row

The civil aviation ministry on Friday night said it has given a clean chit to minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju in the Air India flight controversy and the Prime Minister’s Office has be

Undisclosed overseas deposits taxable

All deposits made in an undisclosed overseas bank account since opening will be clubbed while assets like immovable property, shares and jewellery will be valued at fair market price for levy of tax a

Tamil Nadu: Mullaperiyar dam under terror threat

In a startling revelation the Tamil Nadu government on Friday informed the Supreme Court that pan-islamic terror outfits have threatened to blow up Mullaperiyar dam in Kerala with explosives laden veh

Services sector contracts in June

Services sector contracted for the second consecutive month in June as new orders declined for the first time in 14 months, an HSBC survey said on Friday.

Crackdown in Northeast hits arms supply to Maoists

The major crackdown by the security forces on militant outfits operating in the Northeast, including the surgical strikes in Myanmar, is also having an impact on Naxalite activities as they were getti

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to

For rational people, if this breed actually exists other than in the imagination of economists, the most logical way out of the Grexit logjam was for Greece to vote “yes, we can”.