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Peace for now, cracks remain

It’s a battle for survival between the chacha-bhatija of Uttar Pradesh’s first family.

Deputy CM justifies trip to Finland

Refuting the allegation of the Opposition that he is “holidaying” in Finland, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Friday said it was not a “sin” to study the schooling system of other countr

‘Bhagoda’ tag on AAP leaders


Delhi Congress workers carry an effigy of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal during a protest to observe ‘Kejriwal Bhagoda Diwas’ in New Delhi on Friday. (Photo: PTI)

AAP: RSS hand in attack by cow vigilantes

The AAP on Friday alleged involvement of BJP and RSS in the assault on three persons, including a madrasa teacher, by suspected cow vigilantes in the city and raised the issue with the National Commis

Kane Williamson, Tom Latham strike fifties as New Zealand warm up

Tom Latham

New Zealand XI batsmen made the most of their only warm-up game ahead of the three-Test series to rack up a rapid 324/7 against Ranji Trophy champions Mumbai at the Kotla here on Friday.

Office of profit: Election Commission rejects plea by AAP MLAs

In a blow to the Aam Aadmi Party legislators embroiled in the Office of Profit row, the Election Commission on Friday refused to entertain fresh allegations in a petition seeking disqualification of 2

India slips ten spots to 112 in economic freedom

India has slipped by 10 positions to 112th, out of 159 countries and territories, as it “fared badly” across categories including legal system and regulation, according to the Economic Freedom of the

Panel asks AAP to return money splurged on ads

A Central government- appointed committee on Friday asked the ruling Aam Aadmi Party to reimburse the exchequer’s money it splurged on advertisements projecting chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his

Centre’s Swayam initiative delayed repeatedly

Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Digital India initiative and push to promote Internet-based learning, the Union human resource development ministry’s plan to launch its massive open online cour

No teachers for specially-abled kids in city

On Friday, the Delhi high court pulled up South Delhi Municipal Corporation and the Delhi government for failure to provide special educators to mentally-challenged students in schools run by them in

In a federal system, most of the inter-state rivers lead to serious disputes when it comes to water sharing.

The ugly turn of events in the Cauvery river water dispute between upstream Karnataka and downstream Tamil Nadu is testimony to the extreme emotions people have about sharing water, which is a sensiti