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TMC MP Sugata Bose hits out at swindlers

Causing much embarrassment for the party, Trianmul Congress MP from Jadavpur Sugata Bose on Sunday said that culprits involved in laundering common people’s money should be punished.

Congress deprived region of funds worth Rs 6,000 crore

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis claimed the previous Congress-NCP government deprived Vidarbha region of over Rs 6,000 crore of development funds despite directives from the governor.

Bye to long queues at Mantralaya

File photo of the Mantralaya

CM has given instructions to speed up the entry process by January 15, 2015

I have proved myself, says Mohammad Rafique

 Members of the Atletico de Kolkata team get a rousing welcome on their arrival in Kolkata on Sunday— ABHIJIT MUKHERJEE

Kerala Blasters player-cum-coach David James rued the fact that a slip-up in the dying minutes cost them the title.

‘Micro irrigation can stop droughts’

Systematic development of micro irrigation schemes is the only solution to end the man-made drought situation, claimed professor H.M. Desarda, former member of state planning board.

Shiva Keshavan settles for silver

Luger Shiva Keshavan with his Asian Championships  silver medal in Japan.

Shiva Keshavan went down narrowly to local contender Hidenari Kanayama to end up with a silver medal at the 17th Asian Luge Champi-onships in Nagano, Japan, on Sunday.

Burdwan Blast: Suspect’s body identified

More than two-and-a-half months after lying unclaimed at Burdwan Medical College and Hospital, the body of Shakeel Ahmed, one of the two terror suspects killed in Burdwan blast on October 2, was final

More tests in line for Tejas


Defence officials are now looking at March 2015 to conduct the critical Short Take Off Barrier Arrested (STOBAR) tests of the naval version of the LCA Tejas, after it made its maiden test flight from

Stephen Constantine favourite for India job

Stephen Constantine

Former India coach Stephen Constantine and Northeast United FC manager Ricki Herbert are locked in a two-way tussle to take over from Dutchman Wim Koevermans as the new coach of the national football

Amit Shah to take control soon

Unhappy with infighting, factionalism and lack of coordination among state leaders that may harm the party’s prospects in the upcoming Delhi Assembly polls, BJP president Amit Shah has decided to take

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.