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AAP slams BJP for its ‘link’ with Mahasabha

The Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday dared the Bharatiya Janta Party to break its silence on whether it has any secret deal with extreme right-wing organisations, like the Hindu Mahasabha, for installation o

Exchange old notes by December 31

People have only 11-days left to exchange currency notes of various denominations, including 500 and 1,000, which were printed before 2005.

Three found dead in businessman’s house

Three men were found dead due to carbon monoxide suffocation at a residence in South Delhi’s Hauz Khas area on Sunday morning while a fourth person is stated to be in a serious condition.

BJP rules out Kiran Bedi as CM candidate

Kiran Bedi

After a lot of speculation about the self-projection of former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Delhi, there is resentment among party workers and the top leadership.

After ‘compulsory wait’, Devyani Khobragade says won’t resign

Devyani Khobragade

After being arrested in the US in a visa fraud case and being embroiled in a long-drawn controversy, a disciplinary as well as an administrative action of “compulsory wait” has been taken against dipl

PM Modi, Rajnath Singh focus on making UP base bigger

PM Modi, Rajnath Singh focus on making UP base bigger-AP

Going all out to expand and consolidate the BJP’s votebank in politically crucial Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Rajnath Singh will be holding massive membership drives

3 more homes for kids with special needs

By March 2015, the city will have three more homes at Vasant Kunj, Narela and Nirmal Chhya complex — for the mentally challenged, as the existing homes are overcrowded.

Rajinder Khanna to be new RAW chief

Rajinder Khanna is set to be the new chief of India’s premier external intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

Congress slams BJP and AAP

Slamming the BJP and Aam Aadmi Party, the Congress on Saturday said both these parties did nothing for common people and would highlight all their failures in the forthcoming Assembly elections.

This may be Narendra Modi’s government, but India may be on its way to becoming Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s republic. The signs point that way.

The past is another country, said L.P. Hartley and how true that sounds when one looks over the newspapers of just a year ago.