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‘Kapil Sibal appeared for TMC in SC for Congress MLA’s sake’

Saradha chit fund scam accused Kunal Ghosh claimed on Wednesday that senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal is appearing for the Trinamul Congress-led state government in the Supreme Court (SC) actually t

Centre to sell 10 per cent stake in Coal India

To mop up funds to meet the fiscal deficit, government will sell up to 10 per cent stake in state owned Coal India to raise about Rs 24,000 crore on Friday.

Signal to investors: Government won’t appeal Vodafone ruling

In order to a send a positive signal to investors, the Narendra Modi government decided on Wednesday not to challenge the Bombay high court order quashing the tax demand of Rs 3,200 crores from Vodafo

Man held for buying gun online

A 22-year-old youth from Coimbatore was arrested by the Chennai police on Tuesday night after he made an online purchase of a gun from the USA “for recreational use”.

Chandrababu Naidu vs Siddu: New race begins

Chandrababu Naidu

Three years ago, a study estimated that electronics would become the biggest item on India’s import bill, growing to $400 billion and overtaking oil imports, by 2020.

BMC awards Rs 270 crore contract to blacklisted firm

In a move that has raised eyebrows in the civic circles, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to allot a contract worth Rs 270 crore to a controversial contractor.

He was youngest, bravest of 3, says CRPF brother

He was the youngest and the bravest among three brothers.

Unable to buy drugs, class nine student commits suicide

A ninth standard student addicted to drugs committed suicide, as he was unable to buy drugs to consume in Malad (west) Tuesday night.

Andheri RTO soon to be agent-free: officials

Officials from the Andheri RTO claim that they are on their way to be being agent-free.

Congress will first go through fine print

The Congress has so far reacted cautiously to the development, saying it would have to see the fine print on the Indo-US nuclear deal.

Sweet are the uses of bonhomie. All that jocular stuff between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama during the latter’s visit to India this week was a clincher.

I am happy that we have more tigers today than yesterday. But I am not happy that, as a nation, we are bent on counting tigers and alternately moaning or gloating over it.