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Merkel visit: Talks to focus on trade, green energy

With German Chancellor Angela Merkel scheduled to touch down in New Delhi at about 10 pm on Sunday at the start of a two-day visit to India, the two sides are all set to discuss and deliberate on a va

Sanjay Dutt gives nod to biopic

Sanjay Dutt

There have been talks about Sanjay Dutt’s biopic for a while now, but something more concrete seems to have emerged the last time the actor was out on parole.

‘38 per cent have docus on disability’

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A survey on differently abled and disabled persons in the city carried out by students of St.

Haj: 58 Indians dead, 78 missing

India has lost 58 of its nationals in the Haj stampede in Saudi Arabia last month, while 78 are still missing, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has said.

Ridhima Sud to star in Ayan’s next?

Ayan Mukherji

Ridhima Sud who made her debut with Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do as the pretty Noorie was seen catching up with director Ayan Mukherji last week at an industry party.

‘Uddhavji had offered Athavale a centre berth’

Amidst the BJP’s reluctance to allot a ministerial berth to RPI (A) president Ramdas Athavale, it has now emerged that the Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray had initially offered his party's minist

UK seeks more time to declassify Netaji files

The UK has sought more time to decide whether to declassify the secret files in its possession on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, his family said on Sunday.

Time to get ‘book’ed

Panel discussion from previous edition of the LitFest

The city’s biggest literature festival — the Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest — is back in its sixth edition. The four-day fest will kick off from October 29 at the NCPA

22 years on, mother of Navy diver awaits justice

Anuradha Paladhe

It has been 22 years since Amar Paladhe, a clearance diver working for the Indian Navy, died during an exercise in the Bay of Bengal.

India, Israel likely to sign 3 MoUs

India and Israel will aim to further step up bilateral engagement and are likely to sign three MoUs in water, energy and education sectors during President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to the Jewish natio

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.

Hell hath no fury like a would-be minister scorned.