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Tata sells Neotel stake for Rs 2,000 crore

Tata Communications is selling its majority stake in South African internet-service provider Neotel Pty to telecommunications firm Econet Wireless Global for $293 million (about Rs 1,992 crore).

7th Pay Commission: Auto makers expect spurt in sales

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The company said it has sold a total of 15 lakh vehicles under 'Wheels of India', a special programme for government employees since 2006.

17 MPs write to Modi for tough road safety rules

Modi releasing a book ‘The Birds of Banni Grassland’, presented by the Scientists of Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology- PTI

Concerned over about 400 deaths in road crashes every day, a group of parliamentarians on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention for urgent introduction of a strong road safety leg

Kohli reveals fitness mantra

Virat Kohli

India’s Test captain Virat Kohli says his whole outlook towards fitness changed after IPL 2012 and a healthier body has not only made him a better batsman but also an improved fielder.

ICIJ, HSBC lists: I-T department detects Rs 13,000 crore black money

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Out of the total 628 cases under this list, the department got "actionable" evidence in 415 cases and assessments have been completed in 398 cases.

‘No drop in child marriage cases’

In a grim reminder, a new Unicef report on Tuesday stated that number of children who do not attend school is on the rise, child marriage has not dropped in decades and millions of children will die m

World Cup shooting: Rajput ends 5-year drought with silver

Sanjeev Rajput

Ace shooter Sanjeev Rajput shrugged off the disappointment of not being able to make the India squad for his third Olympics by landing the silver medal in the men’s 50 metre rifle 3 position event of

Pilot fails to turn up, Venkaiah Naidu misses meet

Furious at having to miss an “important” appointment after the pilot of an Air India flight to Hyderabad did not turn up, Union minister M.

Congress slams Modi for evading questions

The Congress party on Tuesday virtually dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reveal the names of those who have black money while rubbishing claims made by Mr Modi in an interview to a TV channel on

Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office and embarked on his world tours, being a member of the country’s oldest and longest-ruling party, the Congress, hasn’t been much fun.

In any civilised country, Yogi Adityanath would have been in jail, or at least facing serious hate speech charges that the authorities would pursue with diligence.