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Over 47000 voters registered in city

Acting on complaints about missing names in the voters’ list during Lok Sabha polls, the Election Commission has enrolled over 47,582 voters in the city ever since.

Exports shrink, gold widens deficit

India’s exports grew at the slowest pace in the last five months at 2.35 per cent in August valued around $26.95 billion.

This pushed up the trade deficit to $10.83 billion.

Former DGP, top cop met secretly: CBI

In a startling revelation, the CBI has learnt of a secret meeting between Saradha chit fund scam accused former director general of police Rajat Majumdar and a senior officer of the West Bengal police

Chinese delegation sizes up CST

Just ahead of their president’s visit to India on September 17, a Chinese delegation under the leadership of Lu Dong Fu, vice-minister, ministry of transportation, visited CST on Monday and studied th

Cognizant to seal $2.7billion buy

Hoping to capitalise on shifts in healthcare information technology driven by regulatory reforms in the US, Nasdaq-listed IT firm Cognizant announced its decision to acquire US-based TriZetto Corporat

Three juveniles held for murder

Three minors, all below the age of 15, were apprehended for murdering a shopkeeper who allegedly bullied them to get cigarettes from a market.

Two held for taking bribe

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Additional government prosecutor Ghanashyam Agrawal from Wardha was arrested on Monday for accepting a bribe of Rs 10,000.

Recovery still uneven: Raghuram Rajan

RBI governor Raghuram Rajan, IBA chairman T.M. Bhasin and ICICI Bank MD Chanda Kochhar during Ficci’s FIBAC 2014 in Mumbai— PTI

The biggest domestic development is a stable central government which makes us stand out said RBI governor Raghuram Rajan, giving an overview of the global and domestic situation.

1st photo of Red Planet on Sept. 24 night: Isro

Isro’s scientific secretary V.

Chief secretary in trouble with High Court

Swadhin Kshatriya

A contempt notice was issued as the govt failed to follow court orders

Chanakya believed that the unfolding present will cast its shadow on the configuration of the future. That is why he believed that analysing the situation as it exists today, provides the material for devising the strategy that must be shaped for the morrow. There is a causal continuity between the past, present and the future.

The Bharatiya Janata Party is desperate to form a government in Delhi, but its attempts to cobble together the requisite numbers keep hitting a roadblock.