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NIA: Afghan man wanted for brainwashing kalyan youth

An Afghan businessman is believed to be allegedly indoctrinating youth from Maharashtra to join the dreaded ISIS, claims National Investigation Agency (NIA) which has sent its first judicial requests

Tata Motors turns to GenX Nano to shed 'cheapest car' tag


The company is doing so by offering all the functional needs like power steering, openable boot, automatic transmission for city driving and also providing a bigger fuel tank of 24 litres

What’s in a princess’ name? Charlotte, Alice favourites...

The newborn baby princess is carried in a car seat from the St. Mary's Hospital in London on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

The “Great Kate Wait” in reference to Kate Middleton’s long-awaited labour moved on to a waiting game to find out the name of Britain’s newest baby princess who was born Saturday.

Multiple foreign visits: IT Department to keep an eye

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IT Department will now seek information only on multiple visits to foreign countries

Three ‘miraculously’ saved in Nepal

   Nepalese women collect belongings from their damaged home in Sankhu town in the Kathmandu Valley on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Lifting the gloom on a day marred by more aftershocks that kept people in Nepal on edge and a rising death toll that topped the 7,000-mark, rescuers on Sunday pulled out three more survivors from unde

BHEL commissions Bijlee Utpadan's thermal unit in Bihar

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This is the first 195 MW unit to be commissioned by BHEL at the 2x195 MW Muzaffarpur thermal power station of Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Limited in Bihar

Congress, not BJP, backs corporates, says Amit Shah

BJP President Amit Shah arrives in Dehradun for party state executive meeting on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Days after Rahul Gandhi branded the government as ‘pro-rich’ and ‘pro-corporate’, BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday sought to turn the tables on Congress saying that the Opposition party had favoured

Negotiations in Rafale deal to start this month, says Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and the Chief of Army Staff, General Dalbir Singh (Photo: PTI)

Minister said the multi-billion dollar deal will be finalised ‘as early as possible’

Arvind Kejriwal sniffs plot to finish AAP by section of media

Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal during an interaction with principals of Delhi's government schools, in New Delhi. PTI

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday charged that there is a “conspiracy to finish off AAP” among a “very large” section of the media even as he supported “public trial” of the media.

PNC Infratech's Rs 488-crore IPO to open on May 8

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The company, which specialises in construction of highways, bridges, flyovers and airport runways

We are now in the final stages of this general election. On Thursday, May 7, voters will elect a new Parliament. So far the campaign has been curiously lacklustre and timid.

An unquestionably authentic verdict is fundamental as much for democracy as it is for political parties that win with spectacular success.